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Black-bound sketchbook "A".

One sketchbook with 130 drawings by Emily Carr, several pages of written text including lists, poems and commentary. This book appears to primarily document her time in St. Ives in Cornwall, outside the hours of her formal art schooling there.

Black-bound sketchbook "C"

One sketchbook with 21 drawings by Emily Carr. The drawings include figure studies, cartoon drawings and document activities in 1902 at art school in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England. They do not include her 1901 sojourn in Bushey. Some cartoon sk...

Blank Ontario Drawing Book No. 1.

One sketchbook PDP08791 originally containing PDP08792 through PDP08820 containing still lifes, geometric studies, coastal and forest, landscapes, monumental poles and canoes.

Blank Ontario Drawing Book No. 1.

One sketchbook with 32 drawings by Emily Carr and 6 blank pages. The drawings are all untitled and have no dates applied. They have been dated by Carr scholars as between 1930 to 1939. The sketches include brief unfinished graphite impressions,...

Blank Ontario Drawing Book No. 1. Ottawa 3658

One sketchbook comprising 26 sketches made while on a trip to Ottawa in 1927 when she met members of the Group of Seven. Drawings are of objects on display in the collection of the National Museum, particularly those with Northwest Coast Indigenou...

Book of sketch maps

Book of sketch maps of a journey from the junction of the Columbia and Okanogan rivers to Quesnel and north, April to May 1833. Includes: Bonaparte River; Fort Alexandria (Alexandria); Fort Kamloops; Fort Okanogan (near Brewster, Wash.); Lac La ...

Douglas, David, 1799-1834

Books & odments

One sketchbook with 29 pages of drawings by Emily Carr. The drawings are of First Nations subject matter and landscapes.

Colonel Richard Clement and Mary Moody scrap album

The one hundred images contained in this scrap album are a disparate collection documenting Col. Moody's professional travels as an officer of the British colonial empire, and his personal travels and family life as a 19th century British pat...

Commission on Victoria Police Commissioners

  • GR-0784
  • Series
  • 1910

Commissioner Peter S. Lampman was appointed March 24, 1910 to inquire into the actions of the Victoria Police commissioners in response to allegations of corruption. The investigation centered on the actions of the Police Commissioners in regard ...

British Columbia. Commission on Victoria Police Commissioners (1910)

Correspondence outward

The series consists of a partial letterbook of outward correspondence kept by Archibald McDonald while stationed at Fort Colvile in 1834 as Chief Trader. The first 9 pages contains copies of letters, then there is a 14 page narrative or report by...

Correspondence outward

The series consists of correspondence from John McLoughlin to other HBC officials, written between 1832 and 1845 while he was Chief Factor at Fort Vancouver. The series consists of both original letters and of borrowed copies or transcripts of or...

Correspondence outward

The series consists of correspondence out from Fort Vancouver, 1846-1848, signed by Peter Skene Ogden and James Douglas. The records consist of originals, borrowed transcripts and transcript copies. Almost all of the letters are addressed to Dr....

Correspondence outward

The series consists of two letterbooks created by Archibald McDonald from April 1838 to August 1841 and from August 1841 to May 1842. The books contain McDonald's correspondence copies to Hudson's Bay Company officials and officers and ...

Correspondence outward

The series consists of correspondence from James Douglas to other HBC officials, written between 1832 and 1849 while he was assigned to Fort Vancouver. The first part of the series consists of the original letters (1839 to 1848) while the second ...

Correspondence outward

The series consists of correspondence from Peter Skene Ogden at Fort Vancouver to W.F. Tolmie at Fort Nisqually, written between 1847 and 1848. Some of the letters are transcript copies only.

Correspondence outward

The series consists of correspondence outward written by Dugald Mactavish between 1854 and 1858 from Vancouver, Washington Territory. The letters are a mixture of original records and transcript copies from other sources. They are mostly written...

Correspondence outward : W.H. McNeill

The series consists of a volume of letterbook copies of outward correspondence kept by Captain W.H. McNeill while based at Fort Nisqually 1841-1842. Most of the letters are to John McLoughlin or James Douglas at Fort Vancouver and detail the work...

Correspondence outward and accounts

The series consists of four copybook letters written by Simon Fraser in 1806 and 1807 while he worked for the North West Company. The letters are written in the same incomplete volume containing various Fort Liard (NWT) accounts created between 1...

Establishment of servants, Columbia District out

The series is a bound journal containing 92 pages, originally created by James Douglas in 1839 when he was stationed at Fort Vancouver. The first ten pages contain lists of "gentlemen and men" associated with various HBC forts and vesse...

Harry Roberts journal

Series consists of a journal written by Harry Roberts to his young daughter, Yolanda, 1933-1949. The journal includes small illustrations and photos and provides daily accounts of life on the Sunshine Coast. It also includes information about th...

Roberts, Louis Harry, 1884-1979

Indian Designs from Boas

One sketchbook with 30 drawings by Emily Carr. The drawings are of First Nations designs and landscapes including Alert Bay dating from 1930 to 1939. The drawings are copied from illustrations in Franz Boas, Primitive Art, published in Oslo, Nor...

Kendall & I [funny book]

MS-3326 consists of one funny book, created by Emily Carr in 1901. The funny book is comprised of seven pairs of works, which consist of graphite and ink drawings with accompanying hand-written verse. The work details the shared adventure of Carr ...

Kitwancool

One sketchbook containing 54 pages of drawings or sketches by Emily Carr. The drawings and watercolour sketches principally relate to her 1928 trip to the Gitxsan villages of Gitanyow (Kitwancool), Gitwangak (Kitwanga), Kispiox and other locales i...

Knowlton, Willson E. Kamloops; Collector.

Business records of Kwong Lee and Co., and Hopkee and Co., including shares of British Columbia companies and agreement to transport Chinese to Victoria.Presented by W.E. Knowlton, Kamloops, 1977.

Knowlton, Willson E. Kamloops; Collector

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