Print preview Close

Showing 2063 results

Archival description
Only top-level descriptions Fonds
Print preview View:

6 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Royal Jubilee Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association fonds

  • PR-2401
  • Fonds
  • 1881-2019

The fonds consists of records created and collected by the Royal Jubilee Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association (RJHSONAA). The fonds consists of records pertaining to members and individuals associated with the RJHSONAA (MS-3450); records of the School of Nursing (MS-3451); records of the Alumnae Association (MS-3452) and photographs (MS-3453).

Royal Jubilee Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association

Victoria Sewage Treatment Alliance fonds

  • PR-2130
  • Fonds
  • 1977-2017, predominant 2000-2017

The fonds consists of records created and compiled by the Victoria Sewage Treatment Alliance (VSTA) and document the organizations efforts to raise awareness about the need for sewage treatment in the greater Victoria area. The VSTA, formed in 2005, is a volunteer organization with the goal of attaining sustainable and affordable sewage treatment for Victoria and the Capital Regional District (CRD).

The records consist primarily of a collection of reports, meeting minutes, and media coverage, as well as some audiovisual materials and photographs. The involvement of Mr. Floatie, the highly visible mascot of the campaign, is well documented in the photographs.

Victoria Sewage Treatment Alliance

Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau fonds

  • PR-2338
  • Fonds
  • 1915-2016

The fonds consists of administrative and operational records of the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau. The records are comprised of bound minute books of executive and general staff meetings, corporate compliance and business operations records, marketing campaigns, advertising proofs and photographs, bound newspaper clippings, advertisement photographs, and production proofs.

The fonds has been arranged in the following series:
MS-3233: Minute books
MS-3234:Business administration and marketing records
MS-3235: Marketing and production photographs
MS-3236: Newspaper clippings
MS-3237: Advertising proofs and scrapbooks

Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau

Destrubé Photography Ltd. fonds

  • PR-2318
  • Fonds
  • 1971-2014

The fonds consists of selected records created by Destrubé Photography Ltd., including client photographic job files, stock shot files, enlarged photographic prints and posters, photographic portfolios, examples of advertisements and publications containing the company's work, business records, and promotional materials.

The fonds contains a selection of photographic material intended to represent the nature and breadth of the activities of Destrubé Photography, including industrial photography, studio portraiture, commercial photography for end use in large- and small-format advertising, and self-promotion. Reflecting these activities, and considering the final format of the product, the fonds has been divided into the following 7 series:
• Business records
• Client photographic job files
• Howard Roloff collection images
• Stock shot files
• Photographic portfolios
• Publications file
• Display prints and posters

It should be noted that, as Destrubé Photography was a Victoria-based studio, the represented client base and photographic subjects are largely from the Greater Victoria area and southern Vancouver Island.

Destrubé Photography Ltd.

James Bay Athletic Association fonds

  • PR-0712
  • Fonds
  • 1888-2013

The fonds consists of minutes, articles of incorporation, financial records, correspondence files, newsletters, team files, subject files, photographs and sound and video recordings.

James Bay Athletic Association

Guichon family fonds

  • PR-0825
  • Fonds
  • 1882-2013

The fonds consists of records created by the Guichon family between 1882 and 2013 and contain files relating to the family history including correspondence, diaries, subject files, genealogies, news clippings and scrapbooks; files relating to the family ranch including correspondence, reference material and publications; over 1300 photographs which document family and ranch life; and an audio recording interview with Lawrence Guichon.

Guichon (family)

Gerald Smedley Andrews fonds

  • PR-1059
  • Fonds
  • [187?] - 2006; 2013

The fonds consists of records generated by Gerald Smedley Andrews in Victoria and other parts of British Columbia and Canada, and overseas, in pursuit of his personal, wartime, professional and volunteer activities from about 1903 to 2005.

These activities include those of teacher; lecturer; researcher; author; historian; geographer; traveler; artist; photographer; genealogist; linguist; surveyor; engineer; forester; expert in aerial survey photography, mapping and photogrammetry and member of numerous amateur and professional associations and organizations.

The fonds consists predominantly of personal records but also includes records from Andrews' positions with the British Columbia government, including Chief Engineer of the Air Surveys Division, and Surveyor General and Director of the Surveys and Mapping Branch. The records cover a wide range of subjects but particularly relate to surveying (including aerial survey photography, mapping and photogrammetry) and surveyors, and the history and geography of British Columbia. The fonds include correspondence, research notes, lists, publications, newspaper articles and clippings, over 14,000 photographs, financial records, legal documents, tax assessments, membership cards, membership directories, nominal rolls, newsletters, minutes, financial reports, by-laws, annual reports, texts of speeches, questionnaires, memoranda, a patent application, invitations, resumes, graphs, diagrams, calculations, manuals, technical information, programmes, essays, manuscript drafts, grant applications, job applications, orders of service, texts of speeches, essays, drawings and other artwork.

The fonds also includes three videotaped cable television interviews with Andrews (1982-1985). a home video interview with Andrews and over 300 maps and plans.

Andrews, Gerald Smedley

John Mar fonds

  • PR-2310
  • Fonds
  • 1882-2012

The fonds consists of records created by John Mar that document both his professional and private life. Mar's professional work is documented in his research notes and other public records of his work on the Canadian Alouette Satellite program. Of particular value is a laboratory notebook Mar kept, with photographs documenting his research on the Allouette Satellite Program. There are also two 16 mm films and one video cassette concerning the creation and launch of Canadian satellites and three video cassettes relating to his time working on the Norman Wells pipeline.

Mar's private life is represented by a significant genealogy of the Mar family reaching back centuries. There is also a small volume of personal correspondence with immediate family members and other records.

Mar, John

Mathew Sherwood Hedley fonds

  • PR-2325
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1938] -1984; 2012

The fonds consists of over 2000 b&w and colour photographs created by Mathew Hedley between 1938 and 1984. The photographs are predominantly images of family and friends, landscapes and trees but there are also photographs of mining activities within British Columbia.

There are four negative albums: A, B, C and D (1013 negatives) and two albums of contact prints made from the negatives and glued onto lined paper and identified as being from negatives albums A, B, C or D (945 prints). The missing prints tend to be duplicate images or poor quality negatives. These photographs were taken between 1938 and ca. 1963 and document both the public and private activities of Mathew Hedley. Included with the prints is some index information supplied by Ian Hedley in 2012.

There are also three files of colour slides taken between 1961 and 1984. The files are entitled "Victoria & Vancouver" (59 slides), "B.C. Interior" (28 slides) and "Best pics" (95 slides). The images depict family, landscapes and trees. Most of the slides are numbered and many have place and date information. There are two lists created around 1984 by Mathew Hedley which provide some details about the slides, the lists are arranged by subject and roughly by slide number.

The records also includes four compact discs created by Ian Hedley in 2012. The discs contain selected images from the albums and slides. Not all the material represented in these discs has been donated to the BC Archives, so these are provided for reference purposes only.

Hedley, Mathew Sherwood

British Columbia Historical Federation fonds

  • PR-1112
  • Fonds
  • 1900, 1922-2012

The fonds consists of records of the British Columbia Historical Federation (BCHF), including records dating from the founding of the organization in 1922 under its original name, the British Columbia Historical Association (BCHA).

Prior to 2016, records were received by BC Archives in numerous accruals; these were arranged and described by archivists at different times. As a result, these records were not integrated into one cohesive fonds. Instead, these groups are now series whose contents overlap. In particular, MS-2736 and MS-2779 should be used in conjunction with each other.

Records arranged prior to 2016 include the following series:
MS-2736 - British Columbia Historical Association records
MS-2779 - British Columbia Historical Association records
MS-2844 - British Columbia Historical Association files relating to the newsletter
MS-0937 - Letter from William C. Ward describing his association with the Bank of British Columbia
MS-0994 - British Columbia Historical Association
MS-2946 - British Columbia Historical Federation minutes

In addition to correspondence, minutes and photographs, the record types include, but are not limited to: addresses, annual meeting reports, attendance registers, branch reports, by-laws and constitutions, committee reports, convention materials, essay contest records, financial reports, membership lists , reports of BCHA branches, membership receipt books, monographs, lists of officers (executive), scrapbooks, subject files, and records pertaining to projects including pioneer reunions and Blanshard Day. The fonds also consists of records pertaining to publications of the association, including its journal and newsletter.

These series consist of some mixing of records of the parent body with those of local branches (sometimes called “sections”). Most notably these series include some records of the Victoria section. Records of the Victoria section are also held at BC Archives in a separate fonds, PR-2251.

While there existed a separate series for minutes (MS-2946) there are also minutes in series MS-2736 and MS-2779. Furthermore, In 2016, minutes in accessions at BC Archives that had been previously unprocessed, including a 2015 accrual, were added to series MS-2946.

In 2016, when a backlog of unprocessed records was arranged and described, the following new series were added to the fonds:
MS-3283 - Correspondence
MS-3284 - Conferences
MS-3285 - Subject files
MS-3286 - Financial records
MS-3288 - Membership records

As stated, other BCHF records at BC Archives were arranged and described separately at an earlier date; therefore, it is also true that records relating to annual conventions and meetings, membership, finances, and subject files, may be found in various series in the fonds.

British Columbia Historical Federation

Yorke Edwards fonds

  • PR-2304
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2011

Fonds consists of journals, notebooks, lecture notes, essays, professional correspondence, certificates and graphic material documenting the professional and private life of Yorke Edwards. The records are in loose chronological order based on the original order.

Edwards, Roger Yorke, 1924-

Freeman Tovell fonds

  • PR-0164
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1983-2011]

The fonds consists of copies of documents concerning Spanish exploration, settlement and missionary work collected by Freeman Tovell for research purposes. This material was microfilmed around 1987. The fonds also includes research material compiled by Freeman Tovell during the research and writing of his book "Far Reach of Empire", a book about the Spanish exploration of British Columbia's coast. The records contain multiple drafts of the book as well as research material, including photographs and maps, articles and subject files ca. 1987 to 2011. In addition the fonds includes 30 cm of Freeman Tovell's correspondence files.

Tovell, Freeman, collector

Western Council of Arts in Education Associations fonds

  • PR-2297
  • Fonds
  • 1977-2011

The fonds consists of the records of the Western Council of Arts in Education Associations (which also operated as Arts in Education Council of B.C.). The Council advocated for fine arts instruction in schools, sponsored programs and activities for teachers and students, and prepared reports and publications for submission to government and commissions. These activities are documented in the records, which consist of board minutes, publications and newsletters, reports, surveys, projects, and correspondence.

Western Council of Arts in Education Associations

Donald MacLachlan fonds

  • PR-2303
  • Fonds
  • 1886-2011

The fonds consists of records documenting the professional and personal life of Donald MacLachlan. The predominant theme of the records is MacLachlan's involvement in the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway, its history, operations, and advocacy when threatened with closure. The records contain textual material, photographs and plans, maps and drawings both created and collected by MacLachlan.

MacLachlan, Donald F.

Phillip Borsos fonds

  • PR-2086
  • Fonds
  • 1970-2010, predominantly 1975-1995

The fonds consists of film, videotape, audio tape, photographs, screenplays, production files, correspondence, company files, and publicity materials documenting the career of Phillip Borsos as a filmmaker from the early 1970s to 1995, as well as some posthumous documentation up until 2010. The fonds contains motion picture elements, files, scripts, and other materials relating to films made by Borsos or considered for production by Borsos and his companies. The film projects chronicled include the documentary shorts "Cooperage", "Spartree", "Phase Three", "Nails", and "Racquetball", and the features "The Grey Fox", "One Magic Christmas", "Bethune", and "Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog." The fonds also includes Borsos' journals and miscellaneous personal papers.

Borsos, Phillip, 1953-1995

Watt family fonds

  • PR-2317
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1910]-2009

The fonds consists of the records of the Watt family from ca. 1910 to 2009 and documents the family activities in Ontario, British Columbia and England. There are seven series in the fonds as follows:

George and Mary Watt files: These files consist of records created by George and Mary Watt while living in Wellington, Ontario and West Vancouver, British Columbia. They include family correspondence (including some audio letters), family photographs, pocket and travel diaries, Christmas card lists, scrapbooks and clippings from ca. 1910 to 2004.

Alison Logan files: These files consist of records created by Alison Logan (later Watt) during her childhood and young adulthood in London, England and her first years in Vancouver, BC. They include diaries, correspondence with friends and family (including an audio letter), school and university papers and certificates, programs, cards, photographs and travel diaries from 1952 to 1973.

Robert Watt files: These files consist of records created by Robert Watt during his childhood in Ontario and West Vancouver and young adulthood in West Vancouver and Ottawa. They include a baby book, notes and clippings, school and university papers and certificates, correspondence with family and friends, cards, photographs and diaries from 1945 to 1973.

Robert and Alison Watt files: These files consist of records created by Robert and Alison Watt during their married life in Vancouver, BC and Ottawa, Ontario. They include diaries, correspondence with family and friends, household papers and correspondence, wedding and travel files, cards, financial files, employment files, photographs, family heraldry information and files and West Vancouver High School reunion files. These files span the years 1971 to 2009. They also include family history files created by Robert during the research and writing of family history.

General heraldry files: These files consist of records created by Robert Watt during his life in Vancouver to manage Vancouver based heraldry projects and Heraldry Society of Canada activities. They include correspondence, publications, bibliographies, subject files, project files, certificates, photographs, video and audio recordings, artwork and convention files from 1971 to 1993.

Canadian Heraldic Authority files: These files consist of records created by Robert Watt in his capacity as Chief Herald of Canada from 1988 to 2007, based in Ottawa, Ontario. The files include correspondence, subject files, coats of arms and letters patent for individuals and institutions, travel and conference files, appointment books, photographs, video and audio recordings, framed certificates and other framed works from 1986 to 2008.

Watt (family)

Nora Mary Baldwin fonds

  • PR-2336
  • Fonds
  • 1942-2009, predominant 1942-1966

The fonds consists of two leather bound photograph albums documenting the life of Nora Baldwin. The black album contains 78 b&w photographs of Baldwin’s professional nursing life at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, between the years 1942-1945. There is a handwritten document tucked into the album documenting some humours characteristics of infants. The red leather album contains 223 b&w images, some of which consist of Baldwin’s nursing career, however other photographs include travel in Western Canada, as well as photographs of friends and special events, between the years 1942-1966. Also included is a copy of the funeral program for Nora Mary Baldwin in 2009.

Also included among the records is a small collection of pins and name tags belonging to Nora Baldwin and relate to her career as a nurse.

Baldwin, Nora

Archives Association of British Columbia fonds

  • PR-2290
  • Fonds
  • 1973-2008

The fonds consists of the operational records of the Archives Association of British Columbia (AABC) and its predecessor bodies the Association of British Columbia Archivists (ABCA) and the British Columbia Archives Council (BCAC). The records date from 1973 to 2000 and cover all aspects of AABC business including executive minutes and correspondence, financial records, grant applications, committee files, publications, copies of the newsletter and other material. Included in the fonds are 49 3.5 inch floppy disks that date from 1990 to 1999. Some material from these disks was printed out in 2012.

Archives Association of British Columbia

British Columbia Museums Association fonds

  • PR-2288
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2008

The fonds consists of records created and maintained by the British Columbia Museums Association (BCMA). The BCMA has a mandate to support museums and galleries across British Columbia. The records document the governance, professional development, advocacy, and support and liaison functions of the BCMA.

The fonds is arranged by the following series:

  • MS-3314: Governance and administration
  • MS-3315: Conferences and seminars
  • MS-3316: Membership
  • MS-3317: Awards and bursaries
  • MS-3318: Programs and partnerships

British Columbia Museums Association

Sharon Rempel fonds

  • PR-2189
  • Fonds
  • 1897-2008; predominantly 1987-2000

The fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Sharon Rempel in the course of her work as an agricultural and garden heritage consultant in Alberta and British Columbia ca. 1987-2000. The files include research and project files with the headings: Horticultural history, Heritage gardens, Agriculture and Agricultural history. The files also contain copies of Sharon's published works and copies of reference publications relating to agriculture and garden history she used in the course of her work. Other files includes class work and research material relating to her studies at York University and other institutions ca. 1989-1994. The fonds also includes approximately 660 colour slides, 14 audio cassettes, four VHS cassettes and 1 minidv cassette that contain interviews with Sharon regarding the grist mill and other issues relating to heritage gardens, heritage seeds and food security.

Rempel, Sharon, 1956-

Canadian Federation of University Women BC Council fonds

  • PR-2192
  • Fonds
  • 1988-2007

The fonds consists of textual records of the BC Council, Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW). The records contain and are arranged in the following order: executive meeting minutes (1988-2004), annual general meeting programs (1988-2005), public policy issue surveys and resolutions (1990-2006) and regional and BC Council newsletters (1989-2007).

Canadian Federation of University Women BC Council

Bella Coola Colony fonds

  • PR-1181
  • Fonds
  • 1897-1909, 2007

The fonds consists of a minute book of the Bella Coola Colony. It also includes a translation from Norwegian to English which was donated in 2007.

Bella Coola Colony

Raymond Murray Patterson fonds

  • PR-0725
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1984, 2007

The fonds consists of incoming letters from 1934 to 1977 (mainly concerning the Cassiar district, the South Nahanni, Liard and Finlay Rivers, and the Alberta foothills), Raymond Murray Patterson's diaries, notebooks and photographs. [Also available on microfilm.]

The fonds also contains the original manuscript for "The Emperor's Horsemen", Patterson's last book, and a printed copy of it.

Patterson, Raymond Murray, 1898-1984

Western Pulp Ltd. Partnership fonds

  • PR-2326
  • Fonds
  • 1910-2006; predominant 1963-1999

The fonds consists of the records of Western Pulp Ltd. Partnership, mainly pertaining to the company’s Woodfibre pulp mill near Squamish, B.C. A very small number are records (mainly photographs) which pertain to the company’s pulp mill at Port Alice on northern Vancouver Island.

Most of the records date from after 1983, the year Western Pulp Ltd. Partnership was formed. However the fonds also consists of pre-1983 records which were inherited from the previous owners of the Woodfibre and Port Alice operations. Of the pre-1983 records, the majority date from the 1960s and were created by Rayonier Canada Limited.

A mill had been in operation at Woodfibre since 1912, when the British Columbia Sulphite Fibre Company Ltd. began pulp production at Mill Creek (the community was renamed Woodfibre in 1921). In 1917 ownership of the mill passed to Whalen Pulp and Paper Mills Ltd., who, in the same year, began operations at Port Alice. In 1925, these assets were purchased by the British Columbia Pulp and Paper Company Ltd., who operated the mills until 1951. At that time, the Alaska Pine Company Ltd. (owned by the Koerner family of Vancouver) joined Toronto-based Abitibi Power and Paper Company Ltd. to purchase the British Columbia Pulp and Paper Company Ltd. When the purchase was completed the combined properties of Alaska Pine Company Ltd. and the British Columbia Pulp and Paper Company Ltd. were merged. On April 25, 1951 the British Columbia Pulp and Paper Company Ltd. became Alaska Pine and Cellulose Ltd., with ownership split between the Koerner interests and Abitibi. This company now owned the pulp mills at Woodfibre and Port Alice, and employed 4,950.

In 1954 the Koerners sold their controlling interest in Alaska Pine and Cellulose Ltd. to Rayonier Inc. of New York. Alaska Pine and Cellulose Ltd. continued, now controlled by Rayonier. By 1959 Rayonier had purchased the balance of the stock, and on September 16, 1959 the Alaska Pine and Cellulose Ltd. name was changed to Rayonier Canada Limited. A second company, Rayonier B.C. Limited, was also incorporated, and in 1961 the name of that company was changed to Rayonier Canada (B.C.) Limited., who owned and operated the pulp mills until 1980.

Under Rayonier, in the 1960s, the houses in the Woodfibre townsite were demolished and families moved to Squamish and other Howe Sound communities.

It is not possible to state with certainty the function and activities which generated the records. However, a very large proportion of the records are photographs of construction projects in the mid-1980s; it appears the company intended to document the major mill modernization program of that period at Woodfibre.

In the pre-1983, inherited records, there is a particular emphasis on water-related subject matter. This includes: water supply, water licenses, water power, storage and water system infrastructure, dams, and water and precipitation data recording. Other significant subject matter of the pre-1983 records includes the mill’s appraised value and viability, property and land surveys, and historical writing about Woodfibre.

The archivist did not discover any original classification system. The archivist established artificial series based on: (1) whether the records were created by the company after 1983, or whether they were created by predecessor companies before 1983; and (2) the type of physical form and the creator’s rough organization. For example, the creator assembled most of the photographs generally in chronological order, mounted in photo albums.

The fonds consists of the following series:
MS-3129 - Photographs -- 1981-[2000?]; predominant 1984-1986
MS-3130 - Predecessor companies, office files -- 1910-2001; predominant ca. 1935-1983
MS-3131 - Office files -- 1988-2006
MS-3136 - Rayonier Canada Limited photographs -- [ca. 1963-1966]

Photographs are the predominant documentary form, including prints, negatives and 35mm slides. To a lesser degree, the fonds includes textual material, maps, plans, diagrams, and technical drawings. In the textual records, reports and studies (for example, by engineers and appraisers) are prominent. There are also company annual reports, year-end reviews, company newsletters and collected publications. There is a relatively small amount of correspondence and memoranda.

Note that by 2004, the term “Partnership” no longer appears in the company title, and the term “Woodfibre” was not officially used; therefore, records may refer to “Western Pulp Limited -- Squamish Operation” (or “Squamish Division”).

Western Pulp Ltd. Partnership

Provincial Council of Women of British Columbia fonds

  • PR-1124
  • Fonds
  • 1894 - 2005

The fonds consists of the records of the Provincial Council of Women of British Columbia, which document the interests and activities of one of Canada’s oldest advocacy groups and largest women’s organizations. Records date back to the first local groups formed by women in British Columbia in the 1890s.

The records document the council’s core function: its development of policy through research and the creation of submissions and resolutions for advocacy at all levels of government.

The records were created by elected officers, including the president, vice president, corresponding secretary, recording secretary, treasurer and immediate past president. Records were also created by members of committees, including standing study committees dedicated to researching subject areas. The materials reflect the organization’s activities under this committee structure. For example, at one point (ca. 1950 to 1960) committees included: Arts and Letters, Economics, Laws, Extension, Education, Health, Home Economics, Immigration/Migration, and the Thrift campaign.

The fonds consists of meeting agendas and minutes; correspondence; issue files kept for reference; research reports; resolutions; briefs and submissions to government; annual reports; yearbooks; newsletters and journals; transactions of and reports from annual conferences; conference and other event programs; records related to the organization’s constitution and by-laws; ephemera such as leaflets and magazine and news clippings; scrapbooks; financial records; directories (regarding executives and members); photographs (primarily of participants at meetings and conferences); and published books, presumably held in an office library or personal libraries.

Due to the Provincial Council’s organization and structure, the fonds contains materials from associated organizations and “higher” (national and international) levels of the Council of Women. Records were created by or relate to affiliated groups, which include, for example: the Elizabeth Fry Society, the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, the Women's Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada, the Progressive Conservative Women’s Association of British Columbia, Native Indian Service Council, and Business and Professional Women’s Clubs.

Some of the records were originally printed or published by the National Council of Women of Canada in Ottawa. This includes the National Council’s yearbooks (containing its annual reporting), in a nearly-complete set from 1939 through 1994.

Since members of the Provincial Council were often members of both that provincial body and their local group, records in the fonds include, for example, those of local groups such as the White Rock & District Council of Women and the University Women’s Club of White Rock.

The records were donated to BC Archives between 1974 and 2016 in five separate accessions. There was no consistency in the original order in which they came to BC Archives and the council did not have a classification system for its records. As a result, BC Archives created an arrangement structure, assigning records to the following series:

MS-3294 - General office files
MS-3295 - Minutes
MS-3296 - Scrapbooks
MS-3297 - Annual reports and directories
MS-3298 - National Council yearbooks and newsletters
MS-3299 - Publications and ephemera

Provincial Council of Women of British Columbia

David Flaherty fonds

  • PR-2183
  • Fonds
  • 1949-2005

The fonds consists of the records of David H. Flaherty created throughout his professional and private life. They include project research files relating to his work with Canadian and international privacy issues during his time at the University of Western Ontario from 1972 to 1987; teaching and lecture files on early American history, and American and Canadian legal and constitutional history from his time at Princeton, the University of Virginia and the University of Western Ontario from 1963 to 1991; and his personal files including diaries, correspondence, photographs and subject files from 1949 to 2017, including those from his time as the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia. Within each series, the files are arranged roughly by date. The personal files have been divided by Flaherty into open and restricted files.

Flaherty, David H.

Frampton family fonds

  • PR-1631
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1909, 1936, 2003

The fonds consists of Keith Frampton's diaries for surveys in the Alberni, Qualicum and Effingham Inlet areas, 1907 to 1909 and Cecil Frampton's photograph album with sketch map that records a hiking trip to Strathcona Park in 1936. The album also contains a newsclipping obituary dated 2003 and copy of a photograph that were apparently slipped into the front of the album ca. 2003.

Frampton (family)

Health Association of British Columbia fonds

  • PR-1111
  • Fonds
  • 1918-2002

The fonds consists of the records of the Health Association of British Columbia and its predecessor organization the British Columbia Hospitals' Association. The records date from 1918 to 2002.

Health Association of British Columbia

Lawrence J. Wallace fonds

  • PR-2372
  • Fonds
  • 1862-2002

The fonds consists of records created or acquired by Wallace in the course of his life as a teacher, public servant and retired member of the community.

The records reflect events held across the province in celebrations of the 4 centennials in British Columbia in 1958, 1966, 1967, and 1971.

The records are primarily photograph albums or scrapbooks and were arranged by Wallace as volumes in chronological order.

A small number of records contain correspondence and personal records related to Wallace’s family history in addition to collected ephemera related to centennial celebrations.

Published material included in the donation has been transferred to the archives’ library.

Wallace, Lawrence James, 1913-2006

Kunst family fonds

  • PR-2207
  • Fonds
  • 1894-2002; predominantly 1920-1970

The fonds consists of Kunst family records and contain the following: Memoir of Milton Kunst; photographs, both negatives and prints, taken or acquired by Milton Kunst and biographical information about Dr. Johan Jurriaan Kunst and his family.

Kunst (family)

Results 1 to 30 of 2063