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Hill family fonds
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File contains honorary membership of Miss A.G. Hill to the First Aid Attendants' Association; membership certificate of A.E. Hill to the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (1887); membership certificate of A.E. Hill to the Institution of Civil Engineers (1891); life membership certificate of Mrs. A. E. Hill to Canadian Red Cross Society (1919); certificate of Annie G. Hill for Industrial First Aid, St. John's ambulance Association (1940).


File contains A.E. Hill's appointment to B.C. as assistant engineer to Marcus Smith, letters from Geo. Boggs re loans, letter from A.E. Hill in London to J.L. Hill (1887), A.E. Hill's professional record.


File contains materials re Coquitlam Water Works and Vancouver Water Works.

Correspondence and property documents

File contains original and subsequent survey of Subdivision 28, Surburban Lot VII, New Westminster; correspondence between Provincial Government, H.L. Edmonds, A.E. Hill and A.J. Hill; maps.

Family papers

Series consists of personal and business correspondence, legal and financial documents, journals, certificates, memberships, etc.

Hill family fonds

  • AM292
  • Fonds
  • 1821-1972

The fonds consists of miscellaneous personal papers and business correspondence of A. J. and A. E. Hill and other family members, 1821-1972. It includes maps, photographs, scrapbooks, printed materials, and books.

Hill family

Legal papers and correspondence

File contains indenture (1892) made by A.E. Hill in favour of wife, Jane; letters from C.W. Hill to A.E. Hill re B.C. cedar; letter from W. Bell Dawson to A.E. Hill re aero-dynamics.


Series consist of family photos. Some identification has been indicated. Names of subjects include members of the Hill, Whyte, and Graham families; their friends, relatives, and associates; McQueen Memorial Sunday School, St. Columba Presbyterian Church, Athelstan Presbyterian Church, Prince Rupert Waterworks pipeline.

Property papers

File contains papers re purchase of Port Moody property. D.L. 383; papers re Fairbanks' and Reynolds' property and C.P.R. right-of-way with maps.

Scrap books

Series consists of newspaper, literary, and historical clippings related to or of interest to the Hill family; greeting cards; programs, invitations, telegrams, University of British Columbia graduates.

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