File A/D/20/S2T/J - Correspondence outward : H.B.Co Victoria

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Correspondence outward : H.B.Co Victoria

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  • 1890-1892 (Creation)

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1 cm of textual records (41 pages)

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File contains 9 letters written by W.E. Traill and address to either R.H. Hall or Thomas R. Smith at the Hudson's Bay Company in Victoria. The letters provide updates on the fort and associated posts, including Stuarts Lake, Fort George, Connolly, Fraser Lake, Stony Creek, McLeod's Lake, and Bear's Lake. The letters also provide updates on employees and associates, including A.C. Murray, Angus McIntosh, M.P. Collins, E.S. Peters, R.J. Alexander, McDonald, William Sinclair, and Charles Ogden.

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Records digitized in 2020.
Transcripts start on page 48 of the PDF.
Typed transcripts of some of the letters are available in file A/D/20/S2T/J/A. Not all letters have been transcribed. The cover letter indicates that the original letters were owned and made available for transcription by T.R. McCloy and were transcribed by C.E. Brown.

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Archives code(s): A/D/20/S2T/J; A/D/20/S2T/J/A [transcript]

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