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Attorney General correspondence

  • GR-1723
  • Series
  • ca. 1938-1952

Correspondence inward and outward. Includes reports of coroners' inquiries.

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Attorney-General index

  • GR-1721
  • Series
  • 1921-1934

The series consists of an index volume created by the Dept. of the Attorney-General between 1921 and 1934. The volume is arranged in alphabetical groups by date, ranging from 1921 to 1934 within each alphabetical grouping. The volume appears to...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Attorney-General indexes to correspondence

  • GR-1722
  • Series
  • 1924-1957

The series consists of two index volumes created by the Dept. of the Attorney-General between 1924 and 1957. Volume 1 indexes letters outward from 1925 to 1957 and volume 2 indexes letters inward from 1924 to 1957. The volumes are arranged in th...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Index to correspondence inward

  • GR-1324
  • Series
  • 1911-1937

The series consists of a microfilmed subject index to Attorney-General correspondence inward, created between 1911 and 1937. The index is primarily for the years 1911-1919, although there are some entries from as early as 1901 and references to a...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Records pertaining to Indian lands

  • GR-0200
  • Series
  • 1763; 1859-1870 [photocopied 1976]

The series consists of certified copies of records pertaining to Indian lands obtained by the Dept. of the Attorney-General in 1976 from the Public Record Office, London.It includes selected page copies of proclamations (PC 2/110), correspondence,...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Warden's diaries

  • GR-0002
  • Series
  • 1893-1899

The series consists of three volumes of Victoria Gaol Warden's diaries dated 1893, 1896 and 1899.

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General