The collection consists of two planning studies written by Fred Hancock.
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.
Fonds consists of construction contracts (1931-1953), correspondence (1922, 1938), church building dedication programs (1927-1952), news clippings (1928-1958), and photographs (1890-1966), relating to Frederick Davies' construction projects and his family.
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports to Council, some minutes of the Special Joint Committee on Skid Row Problems and the sub committees; technical reports and briefs, minutes of the Downtown Eastside Clergy; and other reference papers.
Ramsey, Frederick A., Reverend Canon
The fonds consists of minute books, correspondence, attendance sheets, hymns, membership registers, and certificates pertaining to Inner Light Lodge, No. 399, and a membership list for the Theosophical Society, Hermes Lodge.
Freemasons. Inner Light Lodge No. 399
The fonds consists of minutes; financial statements; annual reports, including those of Presidents and Committee Chairmen; correspondence; membership lists; list of programmes, typescript, all concerts; accommodation, booking and seating; brochures; programmes; programmes, Young Musicians; scrapbook; and three copies of Friends of Chamber Music, A History of Twenty-Five Years, Vancouver 1973, by Rachel Giese.
Friends of Chamber Music
Fonds consists of a book of minutes for the first five meetings of the company. Content is mostly of an organizational nature.
Fruit Magazine Publishing Company
Fonds consists of 13 scrapbooks of press clippings of Vancouver amateur sporting events for the period 1940 to 1950 and one scrapbook of press clippings, pamphlets, etc. of the coronation of King George VI, 1937.
The collection consists of a wedding invitation, letter of sympathy from the Fernie Liberal Association, and appointment of Mrs. Martha Gammage as postmaster.
The fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, specifications, drawings, and support documents concerning the construction of the Vancouver Street Railway in 1889-1890; receipts and invoices 1893-1899; 1910 correspondence between the Property Owners of Hastings Townsite and the Provincial Health Department relating to proposed location of the Isolation Hospital; and a copy, 1910, of an agreement between property holders and promoters of an electric tramway.
Garden, Hermon and Burwell, Provincial Land Surveyors
The collection consists of a scrapbook containing clippings, letters and other assorted material on the subject of proportional representation collected between 1918 and 1921.
The fonds consists of minutes, newsletters, notices of meetings, posters and other promotional brochures for the Gastown Merchants' Association; correspondence, mostly between the city government, the United Fruit Growers and Al Bowen; and plans.
Gastown Merchants' Association
The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, stock records, and ledgers of the Gault Brothers as well as the minutes of the Caribou Shipping Company and Caribou Brand Catalogues.
The fonds is arranged into 6 series: Biographical and historical files of Gault Brothers Limited, Caribou Shipping Company Limited records, Financial records of Gault Brothers Limited, Gault Brothers Limited publications and news clippings, Gault Brothers Limited stock ownership records,and Organizational papers of Gault Brothers Limited.
The fonds consists of the constitution and position papers, 1971-1974; and minutes and correspondence, 1971-1980.
Gay Alliance Toward Equality
The fonds consists of personal memoirs and papers, business correspondence, scripts of speeches, clippings and photographs.
Cran, George A.
The fonds includes photographs, correspondence and clippings which provide an outline of Fitch's enterprises. Photographs depict Fitch's World War 1 service, his employment as private secretary to the Mayor of Vancouver, and his career as a wrestling promoter for the Vancouver Boxing Commission.
The fonds consists of correspondence, speeches and related notes, expense reports, certificates and publications pertaining to Cowan's personal life, political involvement and career and his legal career.
Cowan, George Henry
The collection consists of George Keefer's memoirs of his life and work in various British Columbia and American locations. The recollections were written in 1936.
Keefer, George Henry
The fonds consists of Maxwell's essays and sermons along with photographs of the Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, taken in 1861, and a photograph of Maxwell taken at a church picnic in the 1890s.
Maxwell, George Ritchie
The fonds consists of records created and accumulated by George Moul during his work with the Lower Kitsilano Ratepayers' Association, the Kitsilano Ratepayers' Association, the Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre Association, the Kitsilano Community Forum, and the Kitsilano Planning Committee. The files include committee minutes, correspondence, subject files, publications, membership lists and financial records.
Fonds consists of family photographs depicting numerous locations in the Lower Mainland. New Westminster features prominently with photographs of Queens Park, The Woodlands Asylum, and the Small residence. Also present are photographs of Vancouver and Crescent Beach, Surrey. Also includes Christmas cards and memorials of Arthur Small's funeral in 1933 and George's in 1936.
The fonds consists of Thompson's photographs of various military parades held in Vancouver during the Second World War as well as family and other films created by Thompson between 1926 and 1980.
The collection consists of copies of records held at the British Library, London, England relating to the voyage of Captain George Vancouver's Discovery and the tender Chatham, 1791-1795. Included in the collection are papers, journals and logbooks.
The collection consists of a letter from Gerald McGeer, Mayor of Vancouver, to C.B. Howard, M.P., suggesting that Members of Parliament make an inspection tour of the C.N.R. on their way to Vancouver for the city's Golden Jubilee. There is also a Golden Jubilee poster.
McGeer, Gerald Grattan
The collection consists of these three bulletins and the related notes and references. A photograph of salmon gaffed in 1911 from China Creek is located in the photograph collection under CVA 588.
The collection consists of two student essays, "The Point Atkinson Lighthouse" and "The Burrard Inlet Pilotage 1879-1920 and the Caulfeild Pilot Station". There is also a photocopy of an indenture transferring Caulfeild lands in 1912.
The fonds consists of newspaper and magazine articles on Garibaldi Park and the Diamond Head chalet, and correspondence with various government agencies about preserving the chalet and activities in the area.
The fonds consists of poems, short stories, correspondence, and a photograph of Gladys Ridler; letters, poems and other material concerning Captain Henry Larsen and the St. Roch; government publicity, package on the Canadian Constitution; and greeting cards.
Ridler, Gladys Lilian
The fonds consists of an unfinished typescript of an autobiography entitled "Beginnings of Wisdom," typescript essays on her early life in Mount Pleasant, and miscellaneous certificates and pamphlets. The Mount Pleasant essays have been published in a pamphlet entitled "Recollections of Early Vancouver in my Childhood, 1893-1912."
Schwesinger, Gladys C.
The fonds consists of miscellaneous family records relating mostly to land and financial matters.
The fonds consists of biographical information, correspondence, clippings, a minute book of the Greater Vancouver Communities Council, minutes of the Beach Avenue Memorial Association, a scrapbook, cake tops, maps, publications, tapes and photographs. Photographs depict Brown Bros. Bakery, family, friends, and scenery of Vancouver.
Brown, Stephen Gordon
Collection consists of television programs created by Gordon Inglis in an informal partnership with Alan Shiveral and Around the Bend Productions (Gordon Inglis, Jayne Akizuki, and Alan Shiveral).
The collection contains examples of Gordon Inglis and Alan Shiveral's early work together at the community television station Vancouver East NTV with the program “Free Wheelin' with Alan Shiveral,” as well as the CBC program it would evolve into with the formation of Around the Bend Productions, “Cycle!”. This program featured the talents of five-time Olympian Charmaine Crooks, cyclist Joan Jones, and reporter Winston Brown. Both shows are informational programs which educate viewers about cycling, including cycling technique, the mechanics of bicycles, the cycling community and lifestyle, cycling products, cycling safety, and popular cycling locations and events.
The collection also contains an example of Around the Bend Productions' forays into other subject matter with the pilot of “In Conversation with Charmaine,” which was to feature conversations with influential British Columbians and was hosted by Charmaine Crooks.
The fonds consists of records relating to Gordon Price's work as a member of CROWE during the early 1980s, as well as his participation in the City's research, planning, and evaluation activities regarding transportation and urban development. It is arranged into three record series: Concerned residents of the West End (1978-1986); Freelance writing (1981-1983); and Transportation and city planning (1980-2002). Includes discussion papers, reports, correspondence, news clippings, draft bylaws and legislation, copies of journal articles, and development proposals.
The fonds consists of correspondence and other personal records, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Scott, Gordon W.
Fonds consists of 2 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings that relate to the Juvenile Court and the establishment of a BC Probation Officer’s Association. Also present are histories of the BC Juvenile Court, the BC Provincial Court, and Criminal Justice and Corrections in British Columbia.
The collection consists of a scrapbook of clippings, notes and pictures concerned, for the most part, with Methodism in the United Kingdom, ca. 1837-ca. 1870, which appears to have been compiled by S.A. Redshaw of Bourne, Lincolnshire. There are also two certificates issued by the Guelph Public Schools to Alexander Gow and Walter Gow.
The collection consists of ticket stubs and miscellaneous letters relating to the Vancouver Horse Show 1908, 1909, 1926.
Fonds consists of architectural drawings of Price Waterhouse Centre Pavilion Place and Franks for the Memory Restaurant, 601 West Cordova Street. There are elevations, sections and floor plans.
The fonds consists of the Chamber's minutes, membership lists and correspondence. There are also assorted receipts and clippings.
Grandview Chamber of Commerce
Collection consists of a certificate of membership issued to the Grandview Sheet Metal Works Limited by the Canadian Manufacturers Association, and five photographs of displays exhibited by the company.
Grandview Sheet Metal Works Limited
The fonds consists of reports, surveys, and minutes of the Grandview-Woodland Park Area Council, and records relating to the United Community Services, the City of Vancouver Department of Social Planning and Development and affiliated social planning and community development agencies.
Grandview-Woodland Park Area Council
The collection consists of copies of documents concerning Granville townsite, and subsequent contention between the City of Vancouver, the Province of British Columbia, and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. The documents may have been presented in an action before the Supreme Court in 1905.
The fonds consists of Grassie's store ledger for the period 1891-1892 and 1902-1904, as well as photographs of W.H. Grassie and his wife and views of the store.
The fonds includes the undated, typewritten memoirs of Walter E. Graveley (covering the period ca. 1870 to ca. 1901); his real estate price book and business correspondence, 1884-1931; legal records; receipts dating from March 1886 for land bought from the CPR; agreements made with Robert S. Day and Son Ltd. (Insurance) in 1923 and 1931; two scrapbooks containing photographs, clippings, and written materials concerning the Graveley family and yachting; the minute book (1920-1924) of the General Leckie Chapter I.O.D.E. (Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire); and a number of family photographs.
The fonds consists of correspondence, publications, circulars, and personal records of L.P. Harrison.
Greater Vancouver Civilian Protection Committee. Air Raid Precautions Headquarters
The collection consists of historical documents describing the function of the Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service.
Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service
Greater Vancouver Operatic Society
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, plans, and other documentation generated primarily by the above-mentioned predecessor bodies of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Arranged into the following series:
The fonds also includes two drawings made for the Greater Vancouver Water District.
Greater Vancouver Regional District
The fonds consists of minutes (1922-1972); constitution, by-laws and annual reports (1922-1971); correspondence (1958-1973); promotional material (1956-1979), which includes newsletters, news releases and promotional brochures; subject files (1959-1976), which deal with various promotional concepts, news releases, sales trips and dealings with other tourist organizations; and reports (1970). Fonds includes promotional photographs of scenery in Vancouver.
Greater Vancouver Visitors and Convention Bureau