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Weather Series : 2020 May - Hottest May On Record

The item is a photograph created by David Ellingsen in 2020 as part of the Weather Patterns series [that includes PDP10343, PDP10344, PDP10345, PDP10346 and PDP10347]. Each image is a composite of many smaller images of ocean views taken in British Columbia over a period of time. The item is a collection of born-digital images on paper.

The image represents climate change and the environmental conditions that brought about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Weather Series : 2011-2019 Trajectories - Atmospheric Carbon Levels Through the Hottest Decade in Recorded History

The item is a photograph created by David Ellingsen in 2020 as part of the Weather Patterns series [that includes PDP10342, PDP10343, PDP10344, PDP10346 and PDP10347]. Each image is a composite of many smaller images of ocean views taken in British Columbia over a period of time. The item is a collection of born-digital images on paper.

The image represents climate change and the environmental conditions that brought about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Station

Item consists of one photograph of Bamfield Cable Station. From left to right: cable tank, cable hut; engine house containing electric plant; water tank over house.

Meditations of a modern Jonah

Item consists of a photograph of a man sitting on a whale. Cameron's caption on the verso reads: "Meditations of a modern Jonah, 'it's safer outside.' - Picture taken at one of the British Columbia whaling stations."

[Churchyard]

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) . The title of the painting is not known but depicts a churchyard. Another painting (PDP10269b) is on the reverse. The painting is not signed.

Woodward, Gladys

Staff

Item consists of one photograph of staff at Bamfield. Individuals are identified on the verso: front row: Hill, Nesbitt, Grant, Taylor, Annand, Salisbury, and Cooke; second row: Thurston, Dicketts, Bent, Milward, Plunket, and Chapman; on floor: Noad and Brady

Metro family portrait

Item consists of one portrait photograph of the Metro family. Presumed to be (L-R): John Chungranes (brother of Orsa), Kleanthes Metro, Leonidas (Leon) Metro, and Orsa Metro.

Departure Bay

Item consists of a mount of two waterfront photographs adhered to card to create a panoramic view of Departure Bay, Nanaimo. Adhesive is unknown. The image includes a dock, buildings, and a small number of boats and ships. "Departure Bay" is written on the verso in pencil.

Some of the staff

Item consists of one photograph of staff at Bamfield. Last names of staff include: Jackson, Scott, McLean (?), Stewart, Waugh, Cox, Noad, Adames, Bradbury, Mcwha.

[Trees]

The item consists of one watercolour painting by Gwladys Woodward (also spelled Gladys) . The title of the painting is not known but depicts a group of trees. Another painting (PDP10269a) is on the reverse. The painting is not signed.

Woodward, Gladys

Group portrait of children in fancy dress

Item consists of a mount of one group portrait of 19 children in fancy dress (costume). Portrait was taken indoors. "For Mrs. Mara" is written in pencil on the verso.

Partial names provided by a duplicate copy are: (top, left to right) Robby Powell, J. Hannington, Scolfield, Winnie Johnson, C. Vernon, N. Mara, Scafe, C. Brady, Scafe, D. Hannington; (bottom, left to right) Arthur Cusak, Lytton Mara, Hilda Englehardt, Switzer?, Jim Scafe

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