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A.C. Murray fonds

  • PR-1684
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1895

The fonds consists of Alexander Murray's correspondence from J. MacDonald of Babine Portage, William Fox at Bears Lake outpost, William Sinclair at Frasers Lake and various others from other posts.

Murray, Alexander Campbell, 1858-1931

Academic awards : Premier’s Excellence

  • GR-3556
  • Series
  • 1992-2000

The series consists of records documenting the Premier’s Excellence Award given to top high school graduates to attend a British Columbia university, college, or institute. The records contain the full application packages of successful applicants, which are comprised of personal essays, curriculum vitae, letters of recommendation, proof of academic achievement, and other documentation supporting merit and qualifications of the applicant. The files also contain correspondence between the Ministry and the successful students, and well as interoffice memos regarding the Premier’s Excellence Award.

The Premier’s Excellence Award was established in 1986 and consists of a financial scholarship to attend a British Columbia post-secondary institution and a medal of recognition. The awards are based on the student’s academic achievement and service to their communities and schools. One grade 12 student is awarded per year from each of British Columbia’s fifteen college regions. Successful candidates are selected by a screening committee.

The series corresponds to ORCS 40060.

British Columbia. Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology (1998-2001)

Accommodation planning as-built drawings

  • GR-3905
  • Series
  • 1990-2006

This series consists of accommodation planning as-built drawings and records regarding buildings solely used by the Ministry of Forests, 1990-2006. Much of the planning was conducted by or with the BC Building corporation.

Records regard the planning, construction, addition and renovation of buildings used by the Ministry of Forests across the province. This includes plans to upgrade or modify existing buildings, organizational moves, space transfers and accommodation re-planning to accommodate organizational change from Ministry restructuring and delineate surplus space. Each file relates to a particular location of satellite offices, Forest District offices, field offices, headquarters, warehouses and other buildings used by Forestry staff. All buildings are no longer in use and have been sold or had their leases terminated.

Records include project specifications, invitations to tender, blueprints, whiteprints, architectural drawings, project briefs, building requirements, sketches, site information, photos, building permits, correspondence, financial records, accommodation proposals, and information on staffing numbers and their required space in particular offices.

The records have been classified as ARCS number 510-02. Files are arranged in the order as they were received by the Ministry.

British Columbia. Ministry of Forests (1988-2005)

Account books

  • GR-0823
  • Series
  • 1858-1873

This series consists of three volumes of record books from the Colony of Vancouver Island Police and Prisons Department, and later and Colony of British Columbia Police, 1858-1873. Records include an account book, 1858-1863 (contains also some fire department accounts); requisition book, 1859-1861; record of constable's clothing and advance warrants, police and gaol, 1866-1873.

Vancouver Island. Police and Prisons Dept.

Account books

  • GR-3050
  • Series
  • 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)

Account records of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works

  • GR-1042
  • Series
  • 1859-1863

Series contains account records of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works Lytton. Account of H.M. Ball with Lands and Works Department, 1862-1863; list of horses purchased for the Lytton district by the government, 1860; list of permanent stores of the Lytton department, 1859-1860.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Works

Accounts and correspondence

  • GR-1204
  • Series
  • 1917-1929

This series contain carbon copy of accounts detailing expenditures to November 30, 1917 and miscellaneous correspondence regarding the forest protection fund and legal interpretations of the Forest Act.

British Columbia. Forest Branch

Accounts ledger

  • GR-1171
  • Series
  • 1865-1866

This series contains one volume of an accounts ledger, receipts and payments. It also includes a ledger of expenditures for road construction, surveys and explorations, salaries, supplies, etc.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Works

Accounts ledger of the Nanaimo Ranger Station

  • GR-0964
  • Series
  • 1922-1939

This series consists of accounts ledger of the Nanaimo Ranger Station, for car running costs, launch running costs, tire distribution and telephone accounts. The book also contains an office diary for 1939 and an undated inventory of equipment on hand.

British Columbia. Forest Branch

Accounts ledgers

  • GR-0998
  • Series
  • 1949-1953

This series consists of 2 volumes of accounts ledgers regarding map and photostat sales. Includes alphabetical index.

British Columbia. Geographic Division

Accounts payable ledger

  • GR-1083
  • Series
  • 1863

This series contains an accounts payable ledger from 1863, relating to wages paid and construction costs of the Cariboo road. Includes an alphabetical index.

British Columbia. Dept. of Lands and Works

Accounts records

  • GR-1343
  • Series
  • 1891-1903

This series contains sums collected for Free Miner's licences, pre-emptions, records, etc. The records capture the name of the person paying. Totals are noted periodically as having been paid over to the sub accountant, Barkerville.

British Columbia. Government Agent (Cariboo District)

Achilli Ragazzoni fonds

  • PR-1642
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1919

The fonds consists of Ragazzoni's paybook.

Ragazzoni, Achilli

Acting gold commissioner register of licences and record register

  • GR-0203
  • Series
  • 1864

The series consists of three registers that document registration of half yearly mining licences and mining claims, transfers, and forfeitures by the office of the Acting Gold Commissioner in 1864.

One volume, labeled Acting Gold Commissioner Record Register 1864, documents mining records registered with the gold commissioner. Two volumes document the registration of mining licences: one volume is labeled Acting Gold Commissioner Register of Licences 1864; the other is not. The handwriting in the unlabeled volume differs from the script in the other two registers in this series. However, the volume is a near duplicate of the labeled register.

These registers are organized into a tabular form (pursuant to Gold Fields Act, Section VI) and provide the following information: number, name, and amount (all registers); date of issue and expiration of license and remarks (licence register); and date [of entry?], amount, date of transfer and forfeiture, to whom transferred, page of entry in transfer book, and number of license (record register).

British Columbia. Gold Commissioner (Sooke)

Ad hoc committees on pollution

  • GR-3801
  • Series
  • 1994

The series contains various correspondence and notes from public servants in the Ministry of Environment in regards to pollution monitoring. The records mainly comprise printed copies of emails. The ad hoc committee was started to look into public’s opinion of voluntary permittee self-monitoring. Essentially, it was determined that the public did not trust industrial polluters to monitor their own emissions and wanted the government to intervene and enforce these polluters to pay for a monitoring program and to produce quality and reliable data in relation the amount of pollution they were creating. The correspondence in this series consists of various members of this committee discussing ideas on how to improve both pollution monitoring programs and the public’s opinion of the government in enforcing such programs.

British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks

A.D. Kean fonds

  • PR-0755
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1960

The fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, clippings, manuscripts and production memoranda, mainly relating to A.D. Kean's feature film "Policing the Plains" (produced 1924-1927), as well as radio scripts (five annotated during production), clippings of the outdoor and cowboy life stories he wrote for the Toronto Star Weekly (ca. 1929-1936), and a video copy of his 1949 film "Fox Hunting in Canada".

Kean, Arthur David, 1882-1961

Ada Beaven fonds

  • PR-1102
  • Fonds
  • 1895-[ca. 1939]

The fonds consists of Ada Beaven's diary, correspondence from Pemberton family members and photographs.

Beaven, Ada, 1867-1958

Ada McGeer fonds

  • PR-2393
  • Fonds
  • 1941-1973

The fonds consists of correspondence and a newspaper article.

McGeer, Ada Alice (Schwengers)

Adam Gillespie fonds

  • PR-1013
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1899 [Microfilmed 1953]

The fonds consists of a journal written by Gillespie on a journey to the Klondike.

Gillespie, Adam

Adam Weir fonds

  • PR-1614
  • Fonds
  • 1872-1874

The fonds consists of Weir's diary and notebook.

Weir, Adam, 1841?-1897

Adams Lake Women's Institute fonds

  • PR-1030
  • Fonds
  • 1944-1988

The fonds consists of minutes and a cashbook of the Adams Lake Women's Institute.

Adams Lake Women's Institute

Adelaide Ash fonds

  • PR-1564
  • Fonds
  • 1871-1872

The fonds consists of Ash's travel diary.

Ash, Adelaide

Administrative and reference files

  • GR-3472
  • Series
  • 1978-2010

The series consists of editions of the newsletter "Library Developments," copies of the Library Act, and a variety of memoranda and circulars sent to the director of the Library Services branch from other government branches and divisions. Many of the files appear to have been kept as reference material by the Library Services branch and do not relate directly to the branch’s routine functions. The records outline general government policy concerning use of technology, emergency procedures, awards, training needs, retrieval of records in times of litigation, and the online publication of government employees’ email addresses. Very few of the memoranda were sent specifically to the Library Services branch and were usually addressed to all directors within the Ministry.

British Columbia. Library Services Branch

Administrative and site files

  • GR-2940
  • Series
  • 1960-1983

The series consists of records which document the administrative and management functions of the Heritage Conservation Branch and its predecessor agencies. It consists of two sub-series: administrative records pertaining to a wide range of heritage resource management, and site records that pertain to the planning and development of specific sites.

The administrative files originate from the Heritage Conservation Branch and predecessor agencies of the Ministry of Recreation and Conservation and Ministry of Provincial Secretary. These records document policies, planning and management of heritage resources and some specific sites. The administrative files include correspondence, memos, agreements, reports, inventories, plans and various published materials. Several sets of records pertain to the advisory boards: Historic Sites Advisory Board (1972-1977), Archaeological Sites Advisory Board (1960-1977) and Heritage Advisory Board (1977-1983) as well as some records regarding the British Columbia Heritage Trust (1977-). Included in these records are minutes of meetings of the Historic Sites Advisory Board not available elsewhere.

The site files originate from the Heritage Conservation Branch, Administration and Development Division and its predecessor, Parks Branch, Historic Parks and Sites Division. They were accumulated during the years 1960 to 1983. They document the designation, planning and development of specific heritage sites in British Columbia. Heritage sites include buildings, settlements, artifacts, museums, points-of-interest, and heritage projects. The files are organized alphabetically primarily by the name of the site or project. Site files contain correspondence between the government and the public, inter-governmental correspondence, memos and agreements, reports and studies, published articles and newspaper clippings.

British Columbia. Heritage Conservation Branch

Administrative and site files

  • GR-3684
  • Series
  • 1963 - 2006

The series consists of administrative files and site files created by the Heritage Conservation Branch between 1963 and 2006. Different types of files may be mixed together, and multiple filing systems were used by the creator over time.

Administrative files document policy development relating to providing advice and information to the minister, local governments and other clients on legislation and conservation practices in order to enable effective conservation of heritage properties by the provincial government and communities. This included researching and providing advice on specific properties identified by the community as having heritage value.

Site files document the designation, planning and development of specific heritage sites. These sites include buildings, settlements, artifacts, museums, points-of-interest, and heritage projects. Records concern the administration, maintenance and operation of the sites, curator’s records, and the funding of and specific work carried out on the preservation and restoration of heritage sites.

Records include: correspondence, research and issue papers, studies, briefing notes, architectural plans and drawings, photographs, various published materials and saved reference materials (articles, newsletters, brochures), working papers, agreements, inventories, contracts for restoration work, invoices for work done, information for contractors and bidders, business plans and case analyses, progress reports, cost estimates, and legal documents regarding lease agreements and property transfers.

The series includes ca. 4200 photographs, in the form of 35mm colour slides and prints, of heritage buildings and sites throughout BC. These include images of the restoration of sites, including “before and after” photographs.

British Columbia. Heritage Conservation Branch

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