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Keary, William Holland, 1857-1933
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William Alfred Galliher records

  • William Alfred Galliher was a barrister, judge and Member of Parliament (MP). He had interests in mining development, mineral claims and real estate.

The records include correspondence, legal documents, papers of clients, financial records, account book relating to Galliher's law practice in Nelson and Vancouver. Also, correspondence relating to mining development and mineral claims in Kootenay district with Robert Garvin McLeod (mine owner) and others; re sale of lots in the towns of Nelson, Erie, Three Forks, Comaplix, and Kaslo; re breweries, hotels, grocers, a furniture store, and other businesses in Nelson; relating to land sales of the Columbia and Kootenay Railway Company, and the Similkameen Valley Coal and Development Company; with W.H. Keary, Mayor of New Westminster, re sale of town lots; correspondence with Sir Wilfrid Laurier re Galliher's appointment as a judge for the British Columbia Court of Appeal, 1908-1909.

  • The following maps have been transferred out of this series: Removed from box 1 file 7 : 20461 Removed from box 1 file 7 : 20462 Removed from box 1 file 7 : 20463 Removed from box 1 file 7 : 20464 Removed from box 1 file 7 : 20465 Removed from box 2 file 8 : 20457 Removed from box 4 file 4 : 20459 Removed from box 5 file 7 : 20458 Removed from box 6 file 2 : 20466 Removed from box 6 file 2 : 20467 Removed from box 6 file 2 : 20468 Removed from box 6 file 2 : 20469 Removed from box 6 file 2 : 20470 Removed from box 6 file 7 : 20460

Commission on Municipal Government, 1912

  • GR-0519
  • Series
  • 1912

This series consists of exhibits, transcripts of proceeding and correspondence from the Royal Commission on Municipal Government, 1912. Records relate to the following municipalities: Cranbrook, Duncan, Fernie, Kamloops, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Nelson, New Westminster, Penticton, Revelstoke, Rossland, Summerland, Vancouver, Vernon, and Victoria.

British Columbia. Royal Commission on Municipal Government

Thomas Deasy records

Correspondence, 1901-1934; drafts of articles relating to British Columbia Indians, the Victoria Fire Department, and early British Columbia history, undated; poetry; newspaper stories re Victoria Fire Department and fire fighting in British Columbia generally; typescript of an address by W.H. Keary re New Westminster history, 1926; tickets, invitations and ephemera to firemen's balls, fairs, Douglas Day, 1927, etc. Includes letters written as Indian Agent, Queen Charlotte Agency, 1910-1924 and correspondence re the collecting of Indian art.

Deasy, Thomas, 1857-1936