Unemployed--British Columbia

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Attorney General correspondence

  • GR-0429
  • Series
  • 1872-1937

Contains selected inward correspondence from 1872 to 1950, although most of the items date from 1872 to 1937. The Attorney General's Department used several numbering and filling systems during this time period; from 1872 to 1911 letters wer...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Attorney-General

Children's Aid Society of Victoria records

In 1895, the Local Council of Women of Victoria formed the Friendly Help Association "to assist families in distress." The F.H.A. was virtually the first private organization especially devoted to social welfare work in Victoria. On 20...

Family and Children's Aid Service (Victoria, B.C.)

Correspondence

  • GR-0958
  • Series
  • 1924-1968

Aleza Lake Experiment Station. Correspondence relating to silviculture, forest fires, forestry research, forest biology, timber cruising, timber scaling forest surveys; nursery project reports, scalers' notebooks; meteorological records, 195...

Aleza Lake Experimental Station

Correspondence School administrative records

  • GR-0470
  • Series
  • 1919-1969

Records pertaining to the operations of the Elementary Correspondence School Branch. Includes branch directors' correspondence and reports, 1922-1963, brochures, lesson plans, applications, and school magazines. Also includes records of cou...

British Columbia. Dept. of Education. Elementary Correspondence School

Indigents Fund applications

  • GR-0166
  • Series
  • 1939-1941

The series consists of Application for Relief forms created by the Dept. of the Provincial Secretary between 1939 and 1941. Each form gives applicants' name, age, place of residence, marital status, financial status and number of dependents....

British Columbia. Dept. of the Provincial Secretary

Manual and other material

  • GR-0620
  • Series
  • ca. 1930-1940

Manual containing memoranda, correspondence and forms pertaining to the administration of policy by officials in the Provincial Secretary's Department.

British Columbia. Dept. of the Provincial Secretary

Premiers' papers

  • GR-1222
  • Series
  • 1917-1952

Official reports and correspondence accumulated during the administrations of Premiers Tolmie, Pattullo, Hart, and Johnson. Includes Departmental, General, and Federal files, plus separate series of documents on Pacific Great Eastern Railway (191...

British Columbia. Premier

Pro-Rec programme records

  • GR-0459
  • Series
  • 1935-1953

Physical Education and Recreation Branch. Correspondence inward and outward regarding the Pro-Rec program and similar programs elsewhere; invoices and vouchers; exercise sheets and schedules; copies of Pro-Rec publications; annual reports of instr...

British Columbia. Dept. of Education. Physical Education and Recreation Branch

Prospector's training camps correspondence, reports and course materials

  • GR-0202
  • Series
  • 1935-1943

The series consists of correspondence, reports and course materials re prospectors training camps set up jointly by the Dept. of Mines and the Dept. of Labour under a federal-provincial unemployment relief scheme.

British Columbia. Dept. of Mines. Chief Mining Engineer

Report

  • GR-1348
  • Series
  • 1935

Typescript (carbon copy): The Young Men's Forestry Training Plan: A Statement of its Progress to Date and its Possibilities September 1, 1935. Illustrated with pasted-in photographs.

British Columbia. Forest Branch

Unemployment relief census

  • GR-0164
  • Series
  • 1935-1936

The series consists of a census of unemployment relief for the province of British Columbia, with breakdowns for various communities, from Dec 1935 to Aug 1936 showing classification of direct relief recipients per month.

Canada. Department of Labour

William Davis records

William Davis came to Canada, aged 18, in 1934 under the agricultural workers scheme. On leaving his assigned farm, he was unable to find employment. Later, he settled in Victoria and operated the Window Shade Shop.Records include three certific...

Davis, William, 1916-