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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.

History of the K.L.O. Benches, their tragedies and comedies / Thomas Leslie Gillespie

The file consists of "History of the K.L.O. Benches, their tragedies and comedies": the reminiscences of T.L. Gillespie who moved to east Kelowna in 1910 and operated his orchard on the Lower Bench until 1922 with the exception of the war years when he served at the internment camps at Vernon and Kapuskasing. Includes capsule descriptions of most of his neighbours in East Kelowna.

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

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.

Reminiscences of Bishop Cridge

The file contains three typescript copies of "Reminiscences of Bishop Cridge" by Edgar Fawcett. Each copy has slightly different photographic illustrations. Includes list of members of Reformed Episcopal Church at its founding and extracts from Bishop Cridge's diary.

Translations of Vancouver Island treaties

The series consists of three documents relating to MS-0772 Register of land purchases from Indians. The agreements recorded in the register are referred to as the Vancouver Island treaties (formerly known as the Douglas or Fort Victoria treaties). In February 2017 a conference was held at the Songhees Wellness Centre, inviting Indigenous and non-Indigenous islanders to discuss the treaties, their history, and their present-day impact.

The conference commissioned the first translations of two of the treaties into Lekwungen by Songhees Elder Dr. Elmer George, and a cultural interpretation of the treaties in SENĆOŦEN by STOLȻEŁ, Tsartlip Elder John Elliot Sr. The Lekwungen translations are of the če’q’nein nəč’elŋxʷ- kʷ’ats’ayč iʔ xpeʔ kʷəliq̌a (Chekonein treaty) and the Teechamitsa treaty.

Dr. Elmer George and John Elliot Sr. were awarded the Meritorious Service Award by the Governor General of Canada in recognition of this work.

First Nations, Land, & James Douglas: Indigenous & Treaty Rights in the Colonies of Vancouver Island & BC, 1849-1864 conference

Transcripts

The file consists of two typed transcripts that correspond to the oral history audio recordings. The transcripts were created by the BC Forest Service Centenary Society.

Inventing grace, touching glory : the story of the British Columbia film & television industry : [widescreen edition]

Documentary. ". . . A documented journey into how the western Canadian film business was built from the early 1950s to the present day. It examines the people and events that helped shape the production landscape and unveils an intimate look into the realm of filmmaking and theeconomics that surround it." (package description)

A very gentle man: the Reverend George William Taylor, M.A., F.R.S.C., F.Z.S. 1854-1912 / Edward Drummond Taylor

The item is a transcript copy of a biography by Edward Drummond Taylor titled "A very gentle man: the Reverend George William Taylor, M.A., F.R.S.C., F.Z.S. 1854-1912". The Reverend G.W. Taylor was an Anglican clergyman in Victoria and in the Nanaimo area (Gabriola Island, Cedar, and Wellington). He was very interested in natural history, campaigned for the establishment of a Pacific marine biological station at Nanaimo and was its first curator. E.D. Taylor was his grandson.

Signatures of Participants of Final Meech Lake Conference

The item is a framed piece of paper with the letterhead of the Prime Minister of Canada at the top. Underneath this are 11 signatures from the different provincial Premiers of Canada, including that of Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney. Underneath the document is a small plaque giving the title of the document. The signatures were collected at the Final Meech Lake Conference in Ottawa on June 9, 1990.

The Meech Lake Accord was an attempt to make amendments to the Constitution of Canada so that the province of Quebec would endorse the 1982 amendments to the Constitution. The Meech Lake Accord was born in 1987 out of the agreement to address Quebec's five constitutional demands before signing the 1982 constitutional amendments. The first meeting was held at Meech Lake, Quebec with all the First Ministers, and the deadline for all provinces to ratify the Meech Lake Accord was June 23, 1990. The final conference was held in Ottawa June 3-10, 1990. The Accord ultimately failed as all provinces were not able to ratify it by the deadline.

Letters to Paula Blanchard

The file consists of photocopies of two letters written by Nancy Martin of Los Gatos, California in 1989, to Paula Blanchard, author of "The life of Emily Carr", Vancouver, B.C. 1987. In them, Martin explains the relationship of Emily Carr to the Hayes family. Nancy Martin is the great granddaughter of Elizabeth Hayes Martin, referred to as "Auntie" by Emily Carr in "The book of Small".

Maitland and the British Columbia Conservative Party: the struggle for political identity and survival / John Gordon Terpenning

The item is a typescript copy of a thesis by John Gordon Terpenning titled "Maitland and the British Columbia Conservative Party: the struggle for political identity and survival." xiii, 260 pages: ill., figs., tables. Thesis (M.A.), University of Victoria, 1988. Vita. Bibliography: pages 247-258.

The office of the future

Instructional video. Office systems development within the B.C. government. Includes many shots of government offices and employees from different ministries. Focuses on the development of office systems and possible future developments.

Emma Kenmuir remembers Emily Carr

RECORDED: Alert Bay (B.C.), 1988-07-01 SUMMARY: Mrs. Kenmuir was "the little indian girl" (mentioned in "Klee Wyck", p. 32) who accompanied Emily Carr on a sketching trip to an Indian village near Alert Bay, travelling in the Indian agent's boat.;

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