- [ca. 1901-1930]
Fonds contains correspondence, news clippings, photographes related to Edwards family.
Fonds contains correspondence, news clippings, photographes related to Edwards family.
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal life of Jane Rittenhouse, her family, and her involvement in community affairs in Vancouver.
The fonds contains diaries, correspondence, and other writings of E. Jane Rittenhouse, as well as photos, genealogical information regarding her parents' families, and copies of television programs relating to community planning and development in Kitsilano.
Rittenhouse, Eleanore Jane
The fonds consists of the records of the sculptor Elek Imredy. They document his life and work, focusing on the decades following his emigration to Canada. The fonds consists of the following series: personal records, correspondence, teaching activities, project files, subject files, artwork, scrapbooks, albums and photographs, and miscellaneous files.
Essays written at the Hastings Sawmill School, 22 November, 1886, and at the Oppenheimer Street School, 26 January, 1887, by Elida Bell, with annotations by Major J.S. Matthews.
The collection consists of two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings. One deals with the Women's Canadian Club of Vancouver, 1909-1917 and the other with local and business issues, 1914-1916.
The fonds consists of four letters written by William Hart-McHarg, the law partner of J.L.G. Abott, to Elizabeth Abbott; clippings and newspapers covering the wars; and photographs of McHarg in uniform. Fonds also consists of two photograph albums containing family photographs and commercial Edward Bros. photographs.
Abbott, Elizabeth Scott
The fonds consists of Murray's records including the constitution and by-laws, duties of the executive committee, financial report, and other material relating to the Telephone Employees' Camera Club.
Murray, Elizabeth B.
The fonds consists of miscellaneous records, newspaper clippings and pamphlets, including pilot's licence and an Air Pilotage Work Book; includes photographs of Flaherty.
The collection consists of a letter from Mary Cowley to Elizabeth Dewar; "The West End Survey", a report by the Vancouver Council of Social Agencies; and "A Directory of Health and Social Welfare Agencies in Vancouver, B.C.".
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports and minutes.
Malkin, Elizabeth Ursula
The fonds consists of Walker's photographs of examples of Vancouver architecture, background and research records for her book "Street Names of Vancouver", as well as a manuscript.
The collection consists of the two manuscripts titled "Board of Parks and Public Recreation" and "Shaughnessy".
The collection consists of a notebook containing references to medical matters, notes of lectures attended and a cartoon.
Edwardes, Emily E.
The fonds consists of poetry on patriotic, religious, topical and sentimental themes.
Fonds consists of a scrapbook compiled by Mrs. Emma J. Walker. Included in the scrapbook are Walker's account of the plan, newspaper clippings, copies of resolutions by the National Council of Women, letters of appreciation from Buckingham Palace and from the Office of the Agent-General, and outlines of the Kinsmen Trust scholarships.
Walker, Emma J.
Fonds consists of ELP newspapers, "The Long Haul"; publications developed and distributed by the organization and its affiliates; briefs to royal commissions; newsletters, action kits, photographs, membership lists, etc.
End Legislated Poverty
The fonds consists of correspondence, notes, published items, newspaper clippings, association minutes, financial statements, and photographs. Records were collected and created by Sandy Sanderson for his interest and work in the hospitality industry. The majority of the fonds are published items and reference materials, with a large percentage of newspaper clippings.
The fonds is arranged into five series: Subject files; Newsmen's Club; British Columbia Chefs' Association Newsletter - notes; Business papers; and Published items and reference material.
The fonds consists of four scrapbooks assembled by Chown. Two of them cover his tenure with the Citizenship Court (1960-1968), another deals with the War Savings Committee (1940-1942), and the last contains certificates of distinction presented to Chown as well as clippings, programs, photographs (of Kiwanis Club activities and Barbara Ann Scott) relating to the Chown family, Samuel Dwight Chown, and the United Church.
Chown, Eric Vickers
The fonds consists of a book of manuscript notes on mining claims in the Thurlow region of Johnstone Strait. There are also two letters written by Cleveland in 1938 and 1949.
Cleveland, Ernest Albert
The fonds consists of ten bound volumes of Fewster's writings (eight of the volumes contain collected poems, the other two contain prose writings); as well as correspondence, unbound writings, news clippings, publications, biographical notes, and files of material relating to other writers. In addition, there is a printed portrait of Fewster and a printed copy of a poem.
Fewster, Ernest Philip
The collection consists of price lists and the text of the Pelagic Sealing Treaty (1911).
Fonds consists of photographs taken by Reksten of Vancouver. In addition to city views of Vancouver his subjects include the Pacific Nation Exhibition (PNE) and Expo 86. Photographs are arranged into two series by photograph subject, the Vancouver series and the Expo 86 series.
Reksten, Ernie H.
The collection consists of historical notes about R.C. Etches and John Etches, and other members of the family, including present-day descendants in New York and in Burnaby.
The fonds consists of personal and professional correspondence. Fonds includes letters received and some copies of letters sent by Ethlyn Trapp. Correspondents include colleagues, friends, representatives from various organizations, and other individuals.
The fonds consists of timber estimates by Eustace Smith and others, including cruise reports, correspondence, tables, and maps for many coastal areas of British Columbia and a few interior areas.
Eustace Smith Ltd.
Collection consists of records documenting the early study phase of the project to re-purpose the old provincial court house which eventually resulted in creation of the present home of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Records consist of a photographic survey of the interior and exterior prior to renovations, a two-part feasibility report prepared for the City in 1974, and architectural drawings of the courthouse from original construction through a number of additions and renovations to the early 1970s.
The records reflect Mrs. MacKechnie's involvement in saving the entrance to Stanley Park from encroachment by proposed development and in the revitalization of Gastown. Included are minutes, reports, briefs, news clippings, correspondence, financial documents, submissions to City Council, maps, plans, drawings, research notes, photographs, flyers, etc.
MacKechnie, Evelyn Catherine
The fonds consists of papers, publications and photographs relating to various topics: the Vancouver Junior Board of Trade, the Rowell-Sirois Report, provincial-municipal relations, Vancouver City Planning Commission, discrimination and Vivian Engine Works Ltd.
The fonds consists of minutes of meetings of the directors, 10 May 1897 - 9 May 1899.
Excelsior Gold Mining Company
The collection consists of microfilmed copies of Expo 86 site plans. These include specification books and tender inquiries. Specific EXPO sites include: International Pavilion, Monorail Stations, and the Expo Theatre. An index is provided.
British Columbia Enterprise Corporation
The fonds consists of business correspondence, largely involving real estate transactions and inquiries. There are copies of several mortgages drawn up by the firm, and replies from Eastern Canada, the United States and Britain to various real estate advertisements place by the F.C. Innes Co. There are also deeds for property sold by the Company.
F.C. Innes and Company
Collection consists of a letter dated 13 October 1882 and a telegram dated 9 December 1882 from J.L. Raymur of the Burrard Inlet Fishing Company regarding insurance and salt supplies. Access copies in file.
Findlay, Durham and Brodie
The collection consists of a typed history, accompanied by photographs and pamphlets, including one documenting the opening of West Point Grey Baptist Church, April 16th, 1961.
First Baptist Church
The fonds includes the congregational minute book, 1900 1952; register of Baptisms etc., 1892-1953; minute book of youth group 1909 1913; and the constitution and account book of Ladies Aid, 1899-1930.
First Lutheran Church (Vancouver, B.C.)
The fonds consists of original and photostat versions of a baptismal register, 1885-1918. There is a gap between April 1908 and July 1911.
First Presbyterian Church
The fonds consists of the papers of the First Shaughnessy Planning Study Citizens' Working Committee. It also includes consultants reports and papers of other planning agencies relating to the development of the First Shaughnessy Plan.
First Shaughnessy Planning Study Citizens' Working Committee
Fonds consists of photographs primarily showing the decorative wrought iron hand rails at the entrances of houses in the Marpole neighbourhood. Taken at different periods from 1995-2003, Thompson took these photographs specifically to document the wrought iron detailing and many of these buildings have now been demolished. Other photographs included in this fonds show houses on Beach Avenue downtown boarded up for demolition, Kitsilano Showboat performances, and scenes at Vanier Park in winter.
Thompson, Flora M.
The collection consists of programmes, brochures, newsletters, Christmas cards, certificates and photographs.
The fonds includes an article by F.M. Black, published in Scotland in 1893, entitled Down the Selkirks on the Cowcatcher, together with a covering letter by Black to Mr. Cotterell of the C.P.R. The fonds also includes newspaper clippings.
Black, Francis Mollison
The fonds consists of incoming correspondence from various notables of Carter-Cotton's time, among them Wilfred Laurier and Sandford Fleming. There are miscellaneous personal papers and legal documents, and a collection of early newspapers, including the first edition of the Daily News published after the Great Fire of 1886. Also included are photographs of the provincial legislature and the News-Advertiser.
Carter-Cotton, Francis Lovet
The fonds consists of correspondence, pamphlets, working drafts of publications, letters to the editor, manuscripts and biographical data.
Pilkington, Francis C.
The fonds consists of Appelbe's photographs of aerial views of the west side of Vancouver and the West End; and views of the RCMP vessel St. Roch, Coal Harbour and railway shops and rolling stock in West Vancouver.
The collection consists of a discharge certificate, Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1919; discharge certificate, Canadian Army, 1945; tradesmen's qualifications certificate; and document case.
Haines, Frank Archibald
The collection consists of legal papers and maps pertaining to the land holdings of Charles and Rebecca Desormier, Samuel Gintzburger and George W. Fuller. The collection also contains legal papers pertaining to Rickard and Frith (G.F. Frith Co. Ltd.) and assorted legal papers. There are also the manuscripts of two stories by "E.O.R." and Leonard I. Bentley's memoir of Saturday night in Vancouver, 1901.
Hall, Frank Elmer
The fonds consists of civic legal documents, correspondence, newspapers, memorabilia, and mine reports. There is also a photograph which was probably taken during the building of the 2nd Narrows Bridge.
Woodside, Frank Everett
The fonds consists of textual records related to the concerns, areas of interest and actions of the Fraser River Coalition and are defined by the region in and around the Fraser River and more specifically the area around Vancouver International Airport.
Minutes of Coalition meetings that occured mostly monthly with a few special meetings from 1977-2006. There are minutes of the Vancouver International Airport Authority at which various Coalition members were attendees. YVR Environmental Advisory Committee minutes from 2005 are also included. Newspaper clippings, publications,pamphlets and notes are grouped into topics of interest generally around an environmental or wildlife issue within the Fraser River area including the Delta Port Expansion, UBC Pacific Spirit Park cliff erosion management planning and environmental assessments both provincially and nationally. Funding applications including the Vancity Community Partnership Program Form which funded the Fraser River Coalition Pamphlet series in 2003. These ten pamphlets describe and educate on areas of concern within the Fraser River.
Correspondence to and from the Fraser River Coalition with the following: local community groups, Minister of Environment and Transportation, Deputy Prime Minister, Mayor, City Council in New Westminster and Vancouver as well as the Planning Departments of both regions as well as community members.
Fraser River Coalition
The fonds contains minutes, milk agreements, membership records, financial papers, published records, ledgers, a membership index, manuals of operation, pamphlets, historical manuscripts and ephemera, speeches by Dan Nicholson (President of the Association), papers relating to the British Columbia Royal Commission on Milk (1954-1955), and transcripts of interviews with pioneers. Also included are scrapbooks, audio tapes of annual meetings, and photographs. The fonds also includes records of Royal Dairies Limited (originally Young Hoy Limited). Photographs in the fonds depict the construction of the Burnaby plant (1962-1963) and various photographs pertaining to the Association and the Fraser Valley in general. The fonds is arranged into 23 series.
Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Association
Collection consists of two 45 rpm records of music composed by Fred Fisher for B.C.'s Centennial, and copies of the songs. There is also a list of the performers and a business card.
The collection consists of two planning studies written by Fred Hancock.
Fonds contains legal records pertaining to land purchased by Andrew Anderson in 1890 and sold to Fred Thurston in 1909. Fonds also includes a property tax assessment for the land for 1910. The land involved was D.L. 301, block 80, lots 16 and 17, located at the junction of New Westminster Road (now Kingsway), St. Catherine's Street and 18th Avenue.