Forests and forestry



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British Columbia general views and Victoria and vicinity

Series consists of 382 photographs produced primarily by Hannah or Richard Maynard. Other photographers may also be identified on some negatives. Images depict locations around Victoria, including downtown, Beacon Hill, Esquimalt, and the Gorge, as well as other places within British Columbia that could not be otherwise attributed to the Maynard's field photography. Scenes include Victoria street scenes, churches, the Inner Harbour, regattas, farming, and forests.

Canadian Institute of Forestry records

Minutes of the Forestry Discussion Club, 1932-1936, the Canadian Society of Forest Engineers, Victoria (later Vancouver Island) Section, 1936-1949, the Canadian Institute of Forestry, Vancouver Island Section, 1950-1954, 1958-1976; financial statements, membership lists, subject files and correspondence, 1954-1976.

Canadian Institute of Forestry. Vancouver Island Section

Commission on Forest Resources, 1975

  • GR-0347
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  • 1975-1977

This series consists of records of the 1975 Royal Commission on Forest Resources led by Commissioner Peter H. Pearse. Records include exhibits, transcripts of evidence, correspondence, subject files, working papers, financial records and newspaper clippings.

The finding aid provides an alphabetical listing of exhibits (volumes 1-9), a file list of correspondence and subject files (volumes 10-13), and a file list of working papers (volumes 14-16). Volumes 17 and 18 contain newspaper clippings about the activities of the Commission, volume 19 is a Ledger of accounts and volumes 20 to 28 contain the transcripts of evidence taken at public hearings of the commission. An alphabetical index of participants providing the transcript volume number and page numbers of testimony given is included at the end of the finding aid.

To find briefs of particular participants, researchers are advised to search the alphabetical listing of briefs for the appropriate box number. References to the original numbering of briefs done by the Commission no longer have meaning for retrieval purposes.

British Columbia. Royal Commission on Forest Resources (1975-76)

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