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26 Archival description results for Museums--British Columbia
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This series includes an accession register for artifacts and archival materials donated to the BCFS Museum. Entries are cross-referenced to the catalogue of the Project 87 artifact collection.
British Columbia. Forest Service
7 Letters inward from George Fraser to Dr. C.P. Newcombe concerning botany, including photographs and clipping. Typewritten transcripts prepared by Botanical Division, B.C.P.M.
British Columbia Provincial Museum
- 3 Sep 1953
Cultural Services Branch grants applications. Records of grant applications (1982/83 1983/84) by a wide variety of bodies including art galleries, museums, orchestras, choirs, opera and concert societies, music and dance groups, Community Arts Councils, theatre groups, book publishers, film makers, school districts etc.; and individuals.
British Columbia. Cultural Services Branch
This series consists of the personal files of the Deputy Provincial Secretary, Paschal de Noe Walker, 1930-1946. Records deal with health and welfare facilities (hospitals, industrial schools, etc.), social services, elections, libraries, museums and a variety of other programmes and services administered by the Provincial Secretary's department.
British Columbia. Dept. of the Provincial Secretary
This series contains miscellaneous records comprising visitors books, logs, manuals and circularized reports which were part of the BCFS Museum collection prior to January 1981. It includes visitors' books for mountain lookouts, 1938-1962; Forest Surveys Division manuals, 1954-1955; safety and training manuals; papers of the Inter-divisional Work Committee or Forest Inventory Projects, 1955-1959; synoptic reports of the Royal Commission on Forest Resources, 1955-1957; miscellaneous minutes on silviculture, reforestation and range management.
British Columbia. Forest Service
Part of Archives cartographic collection
Consists of the plans for phase I (June 15, 1965), Phase II (June 29, 1966) and Phase III (Jan. 19, 1967) of the restoration project. Phases II and III prepared by Siddall, Dennis & Associates, Architects.
Siddall, Dennis & Associates, Architects
- Aug 1922
Part of Lawrence Boulton fonds
Papers relating to forestry, the Forest Service, Boulton's antiquarian interest and his private museum collection. Includes reports done for the School of Forestry of the University of New Brunswick (1943), a report on forest protection (1962), minutes of the 1969 meeting of the Association of BC Foresters, a poem on the BC Forest Service entitled "Progress...", records of timber sales, a 1931 memorandum of the Chief Forester on the issuance of pencils, and a book in Chinese.
- Aug 1922
The series consists of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, briefing notes, business plans, newsletters and marketing plans created by the Minister of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture. The series consists of records created by both Darlene Mazari and her successor Bill Barlee. Mazari served as the Minister of Tourism and Minister Responsible for Culture between 1991 and 1993, and Barlee served as the Minister of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture from 1993 to 1996. The records document the government’s involvement with libraries, publishers, historic sites, and museums province-wide. The series demonstrates the involvement of the provincial government in marketing British Columbia as a tourist destination to BC residents, Canadians, and foreign visitors. The series also provides evidence of the relationship between British Columbia’s First Nations and the provincial government. The series includes several industry- or sector-specific reports, including strategies for golf and ski resorts, and rail travel. The series consists of records relating to the development of Hastings Park, the site of the PNE, Barkerville, Fort Steele, and the Kettle Valley Railway. The records also provide evidence of how BC’s decisions to develop areas such as Clayquot Sound affected tourism and outsiders’ perceptions of the province.
Records in accession 92-4526 date from 1989 but appear to be have been used by Mazari and placed in the file in the 1990s.
The series is arranged by subject.
British Columbia. Ministry of Small Business, Tourism and Culture
- [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.