Clubs--British Columbia--Victoria

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  • LCSH. Previously Victoria (B.C.)--Clubs GR and MS subject headings

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Clubs--British Columbia--Victoria

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British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Victoria Branch records

Records of the Victoria Branch of the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BCSPCA), 1909-1943 and 1952-1980. The collection consists of minutes, committee reports, financial statements, annual reports and clippings.

British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Victoria Branch

Club Canadien-francais de Victoria records

Le Club Canadian-francais de la Colombie-Britannique was formed in Victoria in 1941. In 1970, its name was changed to le Club Canadien-francais de Victoria, and in 1982 to La Societe francophone de Victoria.The collection consists of minutes, 194...

Societe francophone de Victoria

Correspondence and other material

Correspondence, annual reports, minutes and financial papers; research files, reports, briefs and surveys produced by the association and dealing with alcohol and the community; published reports collected as reference materials.The Greater Victor...

Greater Victoria Association on Alcoholism

James Bay Athletic Association records

This unit which complements earlier James Bay Athletic Association papers (MS-1227) is composed of files spanning the years 1974-1981 and includes minutes of meetings, committee files, correspondence files, subject files.

James Bay Athletic Association

James Bay Athletic Association records

The James Bay Athletic Association [JBAA], the oldest Canadian amateur athletic organization west of Montreal, dates from 1886 (inc. 1890). Early records include: minutes, 1927-1930 and articles of incorporation 1927. Most of the unit spans the...

James Bay Athletic Association

Margaret McMicking personal papers

Margaret (Leighton) McMicking was the wife of Robert Burns McMicking, a Victoria businessman who owned the Victoria and Esquimalt Telephone Company.Records include scrapbooks of clippings; a postcard album; an autograph album; two notebooks kept i...

McMicking, Margaret (Leighton), 1848-1944

Minutes and other material

Series consists of records of Victoria Musical Art Society and Society's predecessor, Victoria Ladies' Musical Club. It includes minutes of general meetings, executive and directors' meetings, secretary and treasurers' reports....

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