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[Carved stone artefact]

Item is a photograph showing a carved stone laying in grass. The original supplied title provided by previous archival staff (based on information given to J.S. Matthews?) identified the stone as belonging to Katzie First Nation (“q̓ic̓əy̓) and taken from "near Port Hammond."

School for Indian girls

Item is a photograph showing a group portrait of Indigenous girls and a teacher. Later operating as the St. Michael's Indian Residential School, the school was previously known by different names such as the Indian Girls' Home at Alert Bay or the Boarding School for Girls.

Special Council Meeting Minutes : Jan. 17, 1980

Vol. 134, pp. 108-113
~ 1222, 1231-37, 1245 and 1246-48 Frances Street - Rezoning to Industrial Districts -- p. 108-109

~ Text Amendment - Special Needs Residential Facilities -- p. 112

~ Text Amendment - Section 10 (General Regulations) -- p. 112

~ S/E Corner of East 22nd Avenue and Renfrew Street - Rezoning to Comprehensive Development District -- p. 109-111

~ 4124 Dumfries Street - Rezoning to Commercial District -- p. 109

Poster portrait of Queen Victoria from first CPR train

Item consists of the portrait which adorned the headlight of C.P.R. 374, a 44 x 57 cm coloured poster of Queen Victoria, bordered with scenes depicting aspects of her reign. On May 23, 1887 - the eve of Queen Victoria's birthday in the Golden Jubilee year of her reign - the first trans-Canada passenger train from Montreal made its entrance into Vancouver. The locomotive - C.P.R. 374 - was decorated with flowers, legends and this portrait of Queen Victoria.

Ships - "C"

File contains photographs of the following vessels: C.E.S., C.N. No. 2, C.N.P. No. 2, C.P.R. No. 100, C.R. Lamb, C.S. Holmes, C.T. Jaffray, C.T. Titan, Calgarian, Camano, Camosun, C.G.S. Camsell, Canada, Canadian, Canadian Britisher, Canadian Coaster, Canadian Conqueror, Canadian Constructor, Canadian Farmer, Canadian Freighter, Canadian Highlander, Captain C.D. Secord, Cardena (alone and with Cowichan & Lady Evelyn), Cardiganshire, Carinthia, Carlisle D, Caroline, Carrier Princess, Casco, Cassiar, Castlegar Ferry, Catala, Cates Tugs, Cates 1, Cates 7, Cates 10, Cates, 18, Catherine I, Cedarwood, Celtic, Ceres, Charlotte, Charmer, Charmine C, Chasam, Chasina, Chateau, Chatham Point, Chaucer, Cheakamus (alone and with Kingsway), Cheam, Chemanus (with Achilles), Chehalis, Chekamus, Chelohsin, Chenega, Chief Capilano, Canadian Importer, Canadian Inventor, Canadian Miller, Canadian National No.2, Canadian Observor, Canadian Pioneer, Canadian Planter, Canadian Prince, Canadian Princess, Canadian Prospector, Canadian Ranger, Canadian Reefer, Canadian Rover, Canadian Seigneur, Canadian Skirmisher, Canadian Transporter, Canadian Volunteer, Canadian Winner, Canadoc, Canberra, Canfisco, Canora, Canpac, Cape Beale, Cape Grenville, Cape Scott, Capilano, Chief Legaic, Chilco, Chilcotin, Childar, Chilkoot, Chillicothe, Chilliwack, Chinook II, Chippewa, Chi Trust, Clansman, Clara French, Clayburn, Clayburn (with Dola), Clive, Coaster, Colbert, Colleen K, Collingwood, Colonel, Columbia, Comet, Commodore, Comox, Comox Crown, Comox Queen, H.M.S. Comus, Coquette, Coquitlam, Coquitlam 1, Coquitlam 2, Coral Reef, Coreseus, Corrientes, Corsair, Coverdale, Cowichan, Cromwell Park, Crown Zellerbach No. 6, Cruiser, C.T. Hamilton, Baillie, C.T. Titan, Czar,
File also contains photographs of Chemainus Towing, showing the Saravan, Gulf Yarder, C.T. Scout and Chemainus Yarder; shipyards for the cities of Flint, Hamilton, Montreal, Toronto and Victoria; and a harbour on Coal Island.

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