Fraser Canyon (B.C.)

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[A quick journey across British Columbia]

Travelogue. Made two weeks after the opening of the Big Bend highway and the Banff-Jasper Highway, this film depicts the scenery of British Columbia as seen from the Trans-Canada Highway between Vancouver and Field, with side trips from Jasper to Banff and into the Okanagan Valley.

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  • GR-3050
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  • 1859

Volume 1. Receipts and expenditures, April - December 1859. Volume 2. Receipts and payments, September 1899 - September 1904. Volume 3. Record of taxes collected, 1873-1881. Volume 4. Record of road tolls collected, 1876-1884. For related records see GR-0252, volumes 32-36.

British Columbia. Government Agent (Yale, B.C.)

[Across Canada by the CPR]

Travelogue. Depicts highlights of Canada encountered on a trans-Canada journey from east to west on the CPR. B.C. footage includes: the Spiral Tunnels at Field (with train passing through); Field; open-topped railway observation car with sightseeing passengers; Glacier; Mt. Sir Donald; Albert Canyon; train en route in Fraser Canyon; fruit pickers; Vancouver (street scenes, Hotel Vancouver, Stanley Park, English Bay bathers); CPR steamers en route to Victoria.

Across Canada in fifteen minutes

Travelogue. Travel film of sights from a train trip across Canada, including footage of Nova Scotia, St. John, St Andrew's, Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Georgian Bay, a Great Lakes steamboat, Fort William, Kenora, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Bassano Dam, Calgary, Edmonton, Banff, and Lake Louise. B.C. footage includes: the Spiral Tunnels at Field (with train passing through); Field; open-topped railway observation car with sightseeing passengers; Glacier; Mt. Sir Donald; Albert Canyon; train en route in Fraser Canyon; Vancouver (street scenes, Hotel Vancouver, Stanley Park, English Bay bathers); CPR steamers en route to and at Victoria; Legislative Buildings; Empress Hotel.

Album [views of British Columbia and Quebec]

File consists of one photograph album containing photographs depicting scenes and people in British Columbia and Quebec. The British Columbia photographs depict Indigenous people, the Canadian Pacific Railway at Yale Canyon and various views of Fraser Canyon, a paddle wheeler on the Fraser River (Hope, Yale), a pack train and G.M. Sproat, fishing operations, hunting along the Skeena River, militia and navy groups, and the H.M.S. Caroline at Esquimalt.

Some of the portraits of Indigenous people included in this album appear to have been taken during Department of Indian Affairs tours of inspection in 1873 near Cape Caution (including J-04207). In the album, the photographs are dated 1883.

British Columbia : nature's masterpiece

Travelogue. Highlights the Thompson and North Thompson regions, the Yellowhead and the Rockies, approaching from Vancouver via the Fraser Canyon. Footage includes white water rafting, Nicola Valley cattle ranching, fishing, Kamloops, North Thompson Overlander Raft Race, Wells Gray and Mount Robson Provincial Parks, Shuswap Lake, Three Valley Gap, Canyon Hot Springs, Rogers Pass, mountain climbing.

British Columbia : nature's masterpiece

Travelogue. Highlights the Thompson and North Thompson regions, the Yellowhead and the Rockies, approaching from Vancouver via the Fraser Canyon. Footage includes white water rafting, Nicola Valley cattle ranching, fishing, Kamloops, North Thompson Overlander Raft Race, Wells Gray and Mount Robson Provincial Parks, Shuswap Lake, Three Valley Gap, Canyon Hot Springs, Rogers Pass, mountain climbing.

[Browning family collection, part 3] : [items 24 to 34]

Amateur film footage. This reel includes the following items:

  1. At Browning Lake cabin.
  2. Sports Day June 1932 St. Clare.
  3. Beach hotel after fire; log boom; rough day on Howe Sound -- December 1933.
  4. Wedding at Britannia, August 1933.
  5. California?, April 1935.
  6. July 1 1936 at townsite.
  7. Browning children & others at play, etc., [192-].
  8. Father Flanagan's boys' home and other New York locations, [ca. 1940].
  9. West coast forest.
  10. Beach May 24 1940.
  11. PGE Quesnel Cariboo mines 1933. A trip to the Cariboo via the steamboat "Lady Alexandra" and the PGE railway. Quesnel, Barkerville, 70 Mile House. The Cariboo Quartz and Island Mountain Mines (?). Fraser Canyon views.

Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.) photographs

Series consists of photographs of Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.) trains...., including views of ...., and portraits of ..... The photographs within this series are associated with numbers 1 and 2 within the Maynard numbering system.

In 1880-1881, Richard Maynard was hired to document the construction of the C.P.R. but photos within this series may have been taken at later dates or by other photographers.

Maynard (family)

[Cariboo road]

Footage. A travel film presenting outdoor attractions and community life along the highways linking the Fraser Canyon to Clinton and Lillooet. Featured are swimming, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, motoring through the Fraser Canyon and accommodations such as hotels, resorts and auto courts. Community subjects include children clowning and swimming, ranching, railway trains, a covered wagon, native basketry for sale, building and students at St. George's Indian Residential School (Lytton), abandoned roadhouses, and the towns of Lytton, Spences Bridge, Ashcroft, Clinton and Lillooet. In the last sequence on the reel, townsfolk in Lillooet extract a vintage automobile from an old garage, push it onto the town’s main street, and start it up.

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