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Archives discrete item collection Victoria (B.C.)--Social life and customs
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Eric R. Thomson interview

CALL NUMBER: T1660:[0006? - 0009?] SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Evening chats with Eric R. Thomson (cont'd) RECORDED: Hopkins Landing (B.C.), 1974 & 1975 SUMMARY: In a series of interviews recorded by his grandson, Eric R. Thomson of Hopkin...

Francis Grattan records

Correspondence inward (2 letters) pertaining to Francis Grattan's appointment to the Victoria Little Symphony Orchestra, and to the guest appearance of G. Huntley Green with the orchestra; music programmes of the Victoria Little Symphony Orch...

Grattan, Francis, d. 1945

Menagerie and Museum. Victoria

Account book for menagerie, museum and saloon operating in Victoria, 1876-1882. Household expenses for the family operating the establishment are also included. The museum and menagerie may have been the one opened by Mr. Bristol on Government St...

Menagerie and Museum (Victoria, B.C.)

Lucas, Edwin G. 1897-. New Westminster.

Typescript entitled "In the footsteps of an Irish immigrant," containing an account of his life from childhood in Ireland. The Lucas family emigrated to Victoria, B.C. in 1913. Lucas worked as a laborer on PGE construction crews, and a...

Lucas, Edwin G. 1897-. New Westminster

Manuscript magazine, Boys Own Gazette

"Boys Own Gazette": manuscript magazine produced by students at Victoria High School, 1884. "Edited" by Edwin C. Smith and illustrated by T. Gore and T.G. Fox. The magazine consists of vignettes of school life, humorous anecd...

Victoria High School (Victoria, B.C.)

Manuscript magazine, The Leisure Hour

"The Leisure Hour": manuscript magazine produced for students at Victoria High School, April 1887, "Edited" by J. Boyd and Cary Pope. The magazine consists of vignettes of school life, reports of social events in Victoria, B....

Victoria High School (Victoria, B.C.)