- [ca.1952 - 196-?]
Collection consists of 15 photographs showing interior views of the Waldorf Hotel's kitchen, lounge, bar, coffee shop, dining and banquet rooms, 1 postcard and 2 menus.
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Collection consists of 15 photographs showing interior views of the Waldorf Hotel's kitchen, lounge, bar, coffee shop, dining and banquet rooms, 1 postcard and 2 menus.
Collection consists of photographs showing the interior of Vancouver Iron and Engineering Works, including the Cleveland Dam gate; news clippings; and a published pamphlet; all concerning Vancouver Iron and Engineering Works and Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
Collection consists of course calendars and related publications of the Vancouver Free University, which operated from ca. 1968 to 1974, and was located at 1885 Venables Street until 1972, when it moved to 1111 Commercial Drive.
The item is a personal memoir of Bruna (Bunny) Brizzi, and documents the experience of immigrating, settling, learning English, raising a family, and establishing commercial enterprises in Vancouver, as well as ties with Vancouver's Italian community.
Brizzi, Bruna Dal Maso
The four scrapbooks consist of press clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, bumper stickers, etc., and document Greenpeace's first campaign to stop the United States government's Amchitka nuclear bomb test off the Alaskan coast in 1971. Most of the clippings are from September to November, 1971, but also include retrospectives published in 1991, 2001, and 2008, as well a special supplement to the Vancouver Sun, 1969, "Special Decade Edition." The clippings are identified as coming from the following newspapers and publications: Vancouver Sun, Province, Prince Rupert Daily News, Nanaimo Daily Free Press, Toronto Star, Ottawa Journal, Victoria Daily Colonist, Parksville Progess, Georgia Straight, Newsweek Magazine, Toronto Globe and Mail, Vancouver Free Press, Calgary Herald, Victoria Daily Times, Calgary Albertan, Western Producer, Montreal Star, Parksville-Qualicum Beach Progress, Campbell River Courier, Lions Gate, Salmon Arm Observer, Pacific Tribune.
There is also one file of photocopied articles, from various papers, and one photograph of members of "B.C. Voice of Women," featuring Deeno Birmingham (undated).
Correspondence includes letters from Dave Barrett, M.L.A., Leader of the Opposition (B.C.); T.W. Trousdell, Correspondence Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister (P. E. Trudeau); Robert Stanfield, federal Leader of the Opposition; David Lewis, Office of the Leader of the New Democratic Party (federal); R.W. Lawson, Principal, Qualicum Beach Secondary School, as well as a few items of peronal correspondence.
Collection consists of various publications produced at York House School for girls, including: York House Chronicle (yearbooks), 1938-1967; Yorkshire Pudding, (newsletters) ca. 1941-1965; the Greenhorn (student handbook), 1950, 1960, and 1961; house lists, 1838-1946, 1961; and other miscellaneous school publications.
This series is one of the two main accumulations of VANOC’s core business records (the other being the digital records managed using Microsoft SharePoint 2007). The records document operational activities VANOC engaged in to prepare for and execute the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, and administrative activities required to sustain VANOC as an organization. Records in this series relate to:
Communicating and managing relationships with the general public (including promotion and marketing of the Games), members of the Olympic Family (International Olympic/Paralympic Committees, National Olympic/Paralympic Committees, International Sporting Federations), Federal, Provincial, Municipal and First Nations governments, sponsors, broadcasters and media, and community groups and organizations;
Organizing sporting competitions (including related supporting services and logistics such as transportation, medical services and drug testing), ceremonies (opening, closing and medal presentations), and cultural events;
Preparing venues for competition and non-competition events, and athlete accommodations, including the design and construction of new venues where required;
Governance of VANOC and the management of its financial and legal affairs, employees and volunteers, and office space.
Records in this series are primarily unpublished analogue textual documents, publications, photographs, artistic drawings, and renderings of technical drawings, architectural designs and maps. Some digital records stored on optical media (CDs and DVDs) are present; these were interfiled among the received files. They have been physically separated from the records, but remain intellectually associated with the records through the relevant file descriptions. This series does not include the core accumulation of digital business records. These were managed using Microsoft SharePoint 2007, and did not use the same organization as the records in this series.
Records have been organized into the following subseries based on VANOC’s records classification system (RCS). The RCS was organized into 50 sections, each related to a major functional area. See individual subseries descriptions for detailed scope and content notes.
01 General administrative records
02 Office facilities and property management records
03 Equipment and supplies records [no records received]
04 Financial administration records
05 Workforce [human resources] records
06 Legal matters records
07 [section does not exist]*
08 [section does not exist]
*09 [section does not exist]
10 Accommodations records
11 Accreditation records [no records received]
12 Culture and ceremonies records
13 Broadcasting media services records
14 Communications records
15 Games project management records
16 Games services records [no records received]
17 [section does not exist]
18 Look and creative services records
19 Marketing and sales records
20 General external relations records
21 VANOC partner relations records
22 Procurement and logistics records
23 Security services records
24 Sport competition records
25 Paralympic Games planning records
26 Sustainability, inclusivity and aboriginal participation records
27 Games technology and systems records
28 Ticketing records [no records received]
29 Games transportation records
30 Venue management records
31 Olympic Village venues records
32 Vancouver competition venues records
33 Non-competition venues records
34 Whistler competition venues records
35 Accessibility records
36 Post-Games legacies records
37 Torch relay records
38 Government services integration records [no records received]
39 Event services records [no records received]
40 Medical services and anti-doping services records
41 Venue development records
42 Venue overlay records
43 National Olympic Committee/National Paralympic Committee (NOC/NPC) services records
*44 Food and beverage services records [no records received]
/* no records received - indicates that the section existed in the RCS, but that no records from that section have been transferred to the Archives.
/** section does not exist - indicates that the RCS did not have a section with that number.
This series consists of 42 watercolours by Michael Kluckner that were published in Kluckner's book "Vancouver - The Way It Was".
Series contains files of the Administration business unit. This unit: led the development of the organization's strategic and business plans, provided planning and logistical support to other administrative units, and maintained BidCorp's central information databases. In this capacity, it developed the records management classification system that served as the foundation for the organization's recordkeeping procedures. Additionally, the unit oversaw the provision of office space, furniture, and equipment, and was also responsible for personnel and staffing matters.
The series is further divided into three subseries: General Meetings, Personnel, and Records Management System.
Series contains records relating to BidCorp's Athlete and Sport Development (ASD) plan. Working with the Government of British Columbia and other partners to fund a program called "LegaciesNow," the purpose of the initiative was to ensure that the bid process did not divert resources from the sport system, but rather, regardless of outcome, strengthened the system through targeted funding efforts. LegaciesNow allowed BidCorp to increase awareness of and support for the Olympic bid, while not being forced to manage sports programs directly.
The series is further divided into two subseries: LegaciesNow, Sport Centres and Athlete Development.
This series consists of editorial cartoons created by Len Norris for the Vancouver Sun. These cartoons relate to political, cultural, and social life in Vancouver.
Series consists of published material, internally circulated reports, and memorabilia accumulated by the Project and Information Management (PIM) Resource Centre. Items consist of memorabilia, promotional and advertising materials, and presentations targeted at sponsors, partners and the general public, and handbooks, guides and manuals guides for spectators, athletes, national team members, and VANOC staff and volunteers. Also includes similar material accumulated by the Vancouver 2010 Bid Corporation that was later incorporated into the records kept by the PIM resource centre. Also includes some items published by external parties acting alone or in cooperation with VANOC that relate to activities and events with links to the games.
Series contains subseries and files of the administrative business unit of the same name. The unit developed major themes of the bidding process that were required by the IOC candidate procedures, and also created the high level plans needed to achieve those themes. The unit formed the basis for the development and eventual submission of the final Bid Book, and pulled together key areas of the delivery plan, including: venues, villages, transportation, legacies, environmental issues, culture and aboriginal participation, Olympic education, and related themes.
Series is further divided into two subseries: Bid Master Plan and Guarantees.
This series consists of eight scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings of cartoons and illustrations by Roy Peterson.
Series contains records generated during BidCorp's domestic phase, when the organization was known as the Vancouver Whistler 2010 Bid Society. Records document the organization's efforts to become the designated Canadian candidate city for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Records include agendas, minutes, correspondence, memorandums, reports, and feasibility studies.
Records in this series relate to proposals for venue sites and their associated requirements, including venues for ice hockey and sledge hockey, speed skating and short track speed skating, curling, nordic skiing, alpine skiing, snowboard, freestyle skiing events. Records also relate to the proposed Richmond Trade and Convention Centre, and to the initial meeting of VANOC's Board of Directors.
Series contains subseries and files of the BidCorp Board of Directors and related administrative divisions. The Board and its administrative units created, implemented, and maintained a governance model for BidCorp, and provided ongoing support to its members. It also maintained several standing committees, including: the executive committee, the audit and finance committee, the strategic planning committee, the nominating/governance committee, and the international relations committee.
Series is further divided into four subseries: Board Committees, Board of Directors Corporate Law Advice, and Partner Relations.
Series contains records of the Communications and Media Relations (CMR) administrative unit. The unit promoted awareness of BidCorp's efforts and activities. It facilitated support for the Olympic bid, and BidCorp's efforts, as well as managed the organization's relationship with the public, the media, governments, sponsors, and other entities. It developed BidCorp's overall communications strategy, as well as sought community and stakeholder feedback to gauge its effectiveness. A considerable part of BidCorp's purpose was publicity, so this unit was involved in nearly all major endeavors the organization undertook.
The series is further divided into eight subseries: Advertising and Awareness Campaign, Cooperation and Liaison, Collateral Production, Communication Strategy and Direction, Logos, Public Relations Services, Research Program, and TELUS and BidCorp Decision 2010 Media Guide.
Series contains records relating to BidCorp's community and government outreach and consultation programs, as well the organization's efforts to recruit volunteers to help with general bid promotion.
The series is further divided into seven subseries: Contact Lists, Cooperation and Liaison, Government Relations, Speakers and Events, Stakeholder Relations, Vancouver-Whistler Community Coordination, and Volunteer Recognition and Support.
Series consists of photographs of torchbearers participating in the Olympic Torch Relay. The series is organized into files, with one field for each day of the relay. Each day typically has one photograph of each torchbearer participating in the relay on that day. Some torchbearers were not captured. The Olympic flame was lit at a ceremony in Olympia Greece on Oct. 22, 2009. The relay took place from October 30, 2009 to Feb. 12, 2010.
Series consists of photographs from the Torch Relay, which took place from Oct. 30, 2009 to Feb. 12, 2010, as well as photographs from related events immediately prior to the relay, including the lighting ceremony (and rehearsals for the ceremony) in Olympia Greece on Oct. 22, 2009.
The images in this series were selected by VANOC staff/contractors from the daily images taken by the photographers assigned to cover the relay. VANOC organized the images into four groups - one for VANOCs own use, and three for distribution to the relay's corporate and government sponsors: Coca-Cola, Royal Bank of Canada, and the Government of Canada. As such, this series has been organized into three sub-series to reflect these groupings:
S08-1 Coca-Cola Olympic Torch Relay photograph highlights
S08-2 Royal Bank of Canada Olympic Torch Relay photograph highlights
S08-3 VANOC and Government of Canada Olympic Torch Relay photograph highlights
The content of the VANOC image set and the Government of Canada image set were found to be identical in content and organization, so only one set was retained, and assigned to a single sub-series.
Series contains records relating to the administrative unit responsible for the cultural and youth (CY) component of the Olympic Games. This work group researched, coordinated, and planned festivals to correspond to BidCorp's existing themes, and sought to promote the ethnic and cultural diversity of the host communities.
Series contains records of the Finance and Procurement administrative unit. This unit was responsible for the provision of financial information required by BidCorp's management and Board of Directors to achieve the organization's overall objectives. The unit established and maintained the necessary process and resources to ensure accurate reporting of projected costs and exposures against baseline budgets, scopes of work, and programs. The unit also established the required policies and procedures to negotiate, procure, expedite, track, and administer BidCorp's needed goods and services
Series is further divided into five subseries: Accounts Payable, Agreements/Contracts/Purchase Orders, Audit and Tax Advice, Project Controls, and Trademark and Logo Protection.
Subseries consists of photographs created by H.E. Addington, commercial photographer and donated to the Kerrisdale Historical Society. Photograph subjects include: Kerrisdale street scenes and businesses, parades, transportation (trams and trolley buses), Granville Bridge construction, Kerrisdale Community Centre construction, Kerrisdale swimming pool, Miss Kerrisdale pageant, lawn bowling at Elm Park, nights of music and hockey in Kerrisdale Arena, Kerrisdale merchant's dinners and dances, Canadian International Circus promotion, the Royal Hudson locomotive, Crofton House and York House carol services, Lynn Halverson, J.A. Mondie, Tom Howard and aerial photographs
Series consists of bylaws, constitution, incorporation papers, contracts, mission statement, placement agreements, annual reports, special event calendars, records pertaining to conferences, general files relating to membership issues, and similar records.
Series consists of correspondence, research notes, newsclippings, sketches and photographs related to historic properties in Vancouver, B.C.
Series consists of minutes of meetings, correspondence and reports of the Vancouver, Richmond and Victoria branches of the B.C. Division.
Series consists of records made and received by the Board of Directors for the H.R. Macmillan Planetarium and Southam Observatory.
Series includes minutes and agendas of meeting, financial statements, reports, publications, correspondence, memoranda, motions, lists of members, and other records.
Part of L.D. Taylor family fonds
Series consists of Ted Taylor correspondence and other records arranged by Ted into chronological and subject files. Records pertain to Ted s personal and professional activities, and concern his relationships with family members, his marriages, friendships, involvement with various associations, and his career as a Hollywood publicist and journalist, including his work at Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures and Universal Pictures studios. The series also includes several subject files pertaining to L.D. Taylor. Although the majority of records in the series were created or received by Ted Taylor, the series also includes some records of Caroline Little Pierce, Annie Louise Taylor, Octavia Beaton, Mary Louise Taylor and Osborne J. Pierce. In addition to correspondence, the series includes photographs, notes, legal documents, financial records, agreements, journals, articles, press releases, notebooks, appointment books, address books, drawings, paintings, scripts, newspaper clippings, newsletters and other publications, studio passes, programs, cards, ephemera and objects.
Taylor, Theodore Pierce
Part of Major Matthews collection
Series consists of reproduced copies of such items as certificates of merrit, scrolls, telegrams, letters, advertisements, speeches, addresses, voters lists, etc. Also included are photographs and photocopies of photographs featuring civic gifts given or received by the City. Subjects range widely and include the bestowing of civic honours and recognitions, anniversaries, royal visits, visits of dignitaries, etc.
Series consists of files created and maintained to support the business activities of the Shipping Federation of British Columbia. Series includes: subject files (i.e. regarding the Burrard Street Bridge and the First Narows Bridge); files on Federation member companies; legislation and regulations on various shipping and labour-related issues; files on companies with which the Federation did business; records of internal Federation committees and executive officials; files relating to union activities and strikes; records arising from interactions with municipal, provincial, and federal government institutions; income tax records and financial statements; records relating to safety issues and Workmen's Compensation claims; records relating to Wartime Industrial Transit and gas rationing; records regarding annual picnics and other Federation functions; and other records. Records include correspondence, reports, newsletters, financial records, forms, lists, technical drawings, and other records.
Ship Owners' Association of British Columbia
Part of Robin Ward fonds
Series consists of photographic reproductions and photocopies of drawings for which the location of the originals is unknown. Also included is a poster for a book signing and art exhibit. The following drawings are included (listed by type, item number and title):
Line copy negatives
99-8-114 Post Office Extension, Vancouver
99-8-115 Customs building, Vancouver
99-8-116 Winch building
99-8-117 Post Office building, West Hastings and Granville, Vancouver
99-8-118 Gastown, Vancouver, B.C.
99-8-119 Hotel Europe, Powell and Alexander Streets, Vancouver
99-8-120 100 block East Pender Street, Chinatown, Vancouver
99-8-121 Credit-Foncier building, Vancouver
99-8-122 Georgia Medical-Dental Bldg., Vancouver
99-8-123 The Marine Building, Burrard St.
99-8-124 Spencer Building, Vancouver
99-8-124.1 Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre (former Spencer building)
99-8-125 Quebec Manor, East Seventh Avenue
99-8-126 Dominion Building, West Hastings Street
99-8-127 Russian Orthodox Church
99-8-128 Christ Church, Burrard and Georgia
99-8-129 Hotel Vancouver, West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C.
99-8-130 Stanley Park Tearoom, Vancouver
99-8-131 The Sylvia Hotel, Vancouver
99-8-132 Alexandra Park Bandstand, Vancouver
99-8-133 Kensington Place, Nicola Street, Vancouver
99-8-134 The Irving House, Royal Avenue, New Westminster
99-8-135 'Glen Brae', 1960 Matthews Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-136 Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria
99-8-137 Hatley Park, Victoria
99-8-138 1550 Laurier Avenue, Shaughnessy
99-8-139 'Shannon', Vancouver
99-8-140 'Gabriola', Davie Street, Vancouver
99-8-141 1096 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-142 First Baptist Church, Burrard & Nelson
99-8-143 340 10th Street, New Westminster
99-8-144 St. Francis-in-the-Wood, Caulfield, West Vancouver
99-8-145 St. Francis of Assisi, Grandview
99-8-146 The Queen Charlotte, Nicola Street, Vancouver
99-8-147 Cavelti Building
99-8-147.1 Cavelti Building
99-8-148 Customs Building, Burrard and Hastings, Vancouver
99-8-149 Post Office, Hastings and Granville, Vancouver
99-8-150 The Princess Marguerite
99-8-151 The Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta
99-8-152 Bank of Montreal, Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
99-8-153 Milne building and Strand Hotel, Victoria
99-8-154 Canadian National Station, Vancouver
99-8-155 Jefferson County Courthouse, Port Townsend, Washington
99-8-156 Lee Benevolent Association building, Fisgard Street, Victoria
99-8-157 Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden, Vancouver
99-8-158 602 Keefer Street, Strathcona
99-8-159 Rogers Sugar Refinery, Vancouver
99-8-160 Pioneer Square, Seattle
99-8-161 Pioneer Building, Seattle
99-8-162 Shanghai Alley Warehouses
99-8-163 United Grain Growers elevator, Vancouver
99-8-164 The Captain French, Alexander Street, Vancouver
99-8-165 415 W.14th Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-166 River Road, Richmond
99-8-167 5795 Churchill Street, Vancouver
99-8-168 2035 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-169 Arundell Mansions and the Russell Hotel, New Westminster
99-8-170 Woodwards, Vancouver
99-8-171 CPR Windsor Station, Montreal
99-8-172 Canadian Bank of Commerce, Columbia St., New Westminster
99-8-173 403 St. George Street, New Westminster
99-8-174 406 3rd Avenue, New Westminster
99-8-175 1030 Cornwall Street, New Westminster
99-8-176 "Juan Sebastian de Elcano"
99-8-177 1137 Balfour Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-178 Interior Views, 1137 Balfour Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-179 6249 Elm Street, Vancouver
99-8-180 340 10th Street, New Westminster
99-8-181 340 10th Street, New Westminster
99-8-182 Driard Hotel, Victoria
99-8-183 5962 Churchill Street, Vancouver
99-8-184 Alexander St., Vancouver
99-8-185 Capilano Golf and Country Club, Vancouver
99-8-186 210 Sixth Avenue, New Westminster
99-8-187 220 Queens Avenue, New Westminster
99-8-188 113 Fifth Avenue, New Westminster
99-8-189 4686 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-190 Beatty Street
99-8-191 The Empress Hotel, Victoria, British Columbia
99-8-192 The Dominion, Seymour, and Credit Foncier buildings
99-8-193 Standard Building, West Hastings Street, Vancouver
99-8-194 Northern Life (Seattle) Tower
99-8-195 Coliseum theatre, 5th and Pike, Seattle
99-8-196 The Orpheum, Vancouver
99-8-197 Birks clock
99-8-198 Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City
99-8-199 Edwardian Stove, 1210 Lakewood Dr.
99-8-200 1210 Lakewood Dr.
99-8-201 1875 Tolmie St.
99-8-204 3846 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver
99-8-206 365 West 62nd Avenue
99-8-207 Book signing and art exhibit
Part of Rogers family fonds
Series consists of records pertaining to the business activities of the Rogers family and various ancestors. Records include correspondence, receipts, legal documents and other records concerning the Oakley Sugar Plantation, the B.C. Sugar Refinery, investments, and other business activities and interests, primarily those of B.T. Rogers. Microfilmed copies of correspondence with Henry Shelton Sanford, a business partner of Samuel Blythe Rogers, are also included.
The series consists of records created and received by the Administration and Attractions Department of the P.N.E. Records include memoranda, box office statements, reports, and other records.