- 1910-1924, 1953
The fonds consists of photographs of the Grimmett family, depicting family events, local scenery, high school sports, and employees of W.H. Malkin Company.
The fonds consists of photographs of the Grimmett family, depicting family events, local scenery, high school sports, and employees of W.H. Malkin Company.
Fonds consists mainly of official documents relating to the immigration and citizenship status of Giovanni Grippo and his son Theodore. Document types include immigration and naturalization documents, citizenship papers, one Italian passport, marriage certificates, and correspondence relating to company service and retirement benefits. Fonds also include photographs and two religious prints.
The fonds consists of four volumes of survey notes of G.P. Stirrett, 1926-1927; photographs of Grouse Mountain, the chalet and highway, and views of Vancouver, 1925-1926 ; Chinook Days by Tom MacInness, 1926, a book of stories published to mark the opening of the resort; the prospectus, 1925, and publicity materials, 1925-1933; business correspondence, 1924-1935; financial statements, 1925 - 1935; a record of toll-free passes, 1933-1935; and a visitor's book, 1933.
Grouse Mountain Highway and Scenic Resort
The fonds consists of a minute book, 1911-1913; business correspondence, 1910-1915; a blue-print of the proposed location; a sketch map of the southern part of D.L. 1345; and printed works.
Grouse Mountain Scenic Incline Railway Company
The collection consists of correspondence, reports, letterbooks, and photographs of the Price family and of records relating to general merchants in Ashcroft, B.C, including Harvey Bailey and Company, to the planned extension to the Canadian Pacific Railway line, and to Henry J. Cambie.
The collection consists of a family history, and photocopies of biographical and genealogical information concerning the Judge family.
Fonds consists of records produced by the H.R. Macmillan Planetarium and Southam Observatory.
Fonds includes meeting minutes, agendas, financial statements, reports, correspondence, memoranda, agreements, publications, and other records.
Fonds contains two series: 1) Board of Directors records; and 2) Observatory records.
H.R. Macmillan Planetarium and Southam Observatory
The collection consists of two copies of "Romance of Vancouver" published in 1936 by the Native Sons of B.C., a typescript copy of "Memories of the Past" by Reuben Hamilton, and a handwritten copy of "My Recollections of Early Vancouver" by Gertrude Gow 1968, copied in 1971 by H.W. Parr.
Fonds consists of photographs documenting the Habitat Forum conference. Most of the photographs were taken by Erol Baykal. The photographs show the Forum site, the interior and exterior of the Hangars, site construction, sawmill and lumber salvaging, creation and placement of banners and textiles, crew members, visiting delegates, tours, performers, presenters, and various other conference activities.
Habitat Forum (1976 : Vancouver, B.C.)
The fonds consists of records of the Hamber and Hendry families and of Eric Hamber including photographs, films, manuscripts and fine art. The photographs, 1880-1985, consist primarily of professional studio portraiture and the manuscript material consists primarily of souvenirs or memorabilia. Photographs depict the Hamber and Hendry families and Eric Hamber's life as an international financier, B.C. Lieutenant Governor, industrialist, athlete, and rancher. The films are primarily home movies that depict a range of social activities in which the Hamber family was involved. Two films are newsreel items documenting a polo game for BC Challenge Trophy and the visit of Governor General his excellency the Right Honourable the Earl of Bessborough, PC, GCMC, and her excellency the Countess of Bessborough to the Britannia Mines on board of Eric Hamber's yacht.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook of clippings, photographs, and correspondence relating to the club's activities, 1923 1973.
Harmony Service Club
The fonds contains standardized field sheets, architectural surveys, notes, correspondence, newspaper articles and other material related to the research and architectural conservation work of Harold Kalman in Vancouver during the 1970's; recordings of Kalman's interviews with British Columbia architects and their relatives; and drawings by G.L.T. Sharp, a British Columbia architect, which Kalman purchased for his private collection.
Kalman, Harold D.
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, photographs, clippings, and pamphlets relating to Merilees public relations work on various projects and relating to Merilees' position in the Provincial Legislature. Photographs depict Merilees' professional activities with the B.C. Electric Railway Company and the Vancouver Board of Trade as well as views pertaining to victory bond drives and the 1958 B.C. centennial celebrations.
Merilees, Harold James
The fonds consists of Foley's personal papers as well as business correspondence of the Powell River Company Limited.
Foley, Harold Scanlon
Fonds consists of records relating to Harry Barratt's architectural designs for buildings, primarily within Greater Vancouver but also across British Columbia. It is arranged in two record series: Architectural drawings (1924-1959) and Reference materials . Most of the 58 projects represented within this fonds were undertaken by Barratt's own architectural firm.
The collection consists chiefly of photographs of Crystal Dairy and Palm Dairy collected by Harry Bohart. Fonds also includes miscellaneous printed material, including milk delivery schedules.
Palm Dairy Limited
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal, family and professional life of Vancouver business and philanthropist Harry Lin Chin.
The fonds contains home movies predominantly documenting various family events: weddings, vacations, visits from friends and relatives, sights and events around Vancouver, and other family gatherings. The fonds also includes footage of Mr. Chin's business, Keefer Wholesale Florists.
Chin, Harry Lin
The fonds consists of records created and received by Harry Patten Archibald in the course of: his work with Bayfield and Archibald consulting engineers; his involvement in the production of weapons for the First World War; and from his personal activities. Records include correspondence, business files, subject files, financial records, diaries, notebooks, newspaper clippings, publications, drawings, photographs, and other records. Fonds contains four series: 1) Bayfield and Archibald consulting records; 2) Weapons manufacturing records; 3) Harry Patten Archibal personal records; and 4) Photographs containing three subseries.
Archibald, Harry Patten
The fonds consists of a letterbook (1870), including invoices, company store accounts receivable, statements of lumber shipped on various vessels and records of lumber sawn at the mill; agreement for sale of the B.C. and Vancouver Island Spar, Lumber and Sawmill Co., May 31, 1869; Journal of Vessels Loading/Foreign Orders, 1899-1905; summaries of tonnage; and a short history of B.C. Mills, Timber and Trading Company.
Hastings Saw Mill Company
The collection consists of McArthur's manuscript, "West of the Rockies", and another essay "The Depression and the Midland-Pacific Grain Terminal".
Fonds consists of photographs by Helen Alexander documenting Vancouver's "Walks for Peace" (also called "Peace Walks" and "Peace Marches") of 1986, 1987 and 1989. The 1986 photographs show the participants gathering at B.C. Place Stadium and the rally at Sunset Beach (including a view from the Burrard Street Bridge). The 1987 photographs show the crowd gathering at Kitsilano Beach (including a closeup of a group of individuals with "Veterans Against Nuclear Arms"). The 1989 photographs show the "End the Arms Race" banner at the front of the parade (on Cornwall Avenue at Cypress Street), and show the following organizational banners among crowds: "Veterans Against Nuclear Arms", "Esperanto por paco: world language for peace", "Christ Church Cathedral", "Shaughnessy Heights United [Church]", "Greenpeace", "Association of United Ukrainian Canadians", "Workers Benevolent Association", "South Surrey White Rock Peace Education Group", "Quakers", "The Vancouver Folk Song Society", "Students Peace Activist Movement", and numerous others. Fonds also includes two 1988 Remembrance Day photographs showing veterans showing Norman Hoye (former Air Force Colonel) and Thomas Dryden Stewart (Army Sergeant), among others.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook pertaining to the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service, 1942-45; photograph album of Miss Dawe's naval service, 1943-45; publications relating to the WRCNS, 1943-45; and clippings and notes relating to the history of Sechelt.
The collection consists of the original copies, with some amendments, of articles written by Helen Gregory MacGill as "Story of Vancouver Social Service"; typescript copy of biographical radio program "Builders of B.C." no. 4, "Helen Gregory MacGill" by Dick Diespecker (C.J.O.R., 20 April 1950). "Story of Vancouver Social Service", in a bound volume, is catalogued in the Archives library, HV110 V2 M2. Another book, "How to Conduct Public Meetings in Canada" is catalogued in the Archives library, JF515 M22.
MacGill, Helen Gregory
The fonds includes daybooks and accounts recording his practice from 1885-1891, 1893-1894, 1900, 1903-1904 (Volumes 1-10) and other miscellaneous records.
Langis, Henri Evariste
The fonds consists of British Columbia Social Credit League bulletins, correspondence, minutes, clippings and pamphlets concerning the activities of the Vancouver Centre Constituency of the B.C. Social Credit Association.
Thompson, Henrietta M.
The fonds consists of Tabbers' photographs of scenic views of coastal mountains and inlets.
Tabbers, Henry A.
The fonds consists of correspondence between Bulwer and his father and between Mr. and Mrs. Bulwer.
Bulwer, Henry Alan
The fonds consists of correspondence and other materials on East Indian immigration, 1912-1916; the Komagata Maru incident, 1914 and 1916; immigration matters other than East Indian, 1912-1925; Vancouver port facilities, 1913-1916; the drug problem in Vancouver, 1921-1922; provincial politics in B.C., 1921-1923; the Grain Inquiry, 1918 and 1923-1924; and the Salmon Fisheries Treaty with the U.S.A., 1929. The fonds also includes clippings, scrapbooks, photographs (showing logging by the Aeroplane Spruce Company and various mills on the B.C. coast), and published items.
Stevens, Henry Herbert
The fonds consists of the Association's minutebook from its first meeting in 1919 up to June 1924; committee reports; and a handbook outlining the constitution of the Parent-Teacher Federation and Parent-Teacher Association.
Henry Hudson School Parent-Teacher Association
The fonds consists of field notebooks, survey notebooks, letterbooks, correspondence, and memoirs, as well as diaries and reminiscences of Cambie and of the Tatlow and Cornwall families and photographs of the Tatlow and Cambie families, homes, and friends.
Cambie, Henry John
The fonds consists of a bound volume containing information on the locations, assessed values and ownership of lots in Hastings Townsite.
Painter, John Henry
The fonds consists of six scrapbooks that document Corey's time in office. Also present is an autograph book and a council minute book. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, invitations, announcements, and memorabilia.
Corey, Henry Lyman
The fonds consist of 35 diaries written by Henry Mole from 1872 to 1914. These diaries chronicle the activities of Henry Mole as a pioneer, farmer and alderman. The diaries mainly document the descriptions of weather, family life, work was done on the farm, farm expenses, visitors, church involvement, and interaction with other pioneers. Many of the First Nations people were mentioned in the diaries as they were hired by Henry as farm workers. Additional documentation of Henry’s involvement in the Municipality of South Vancouver as an alderman is included in the diaries from 1894 to 1899. Some diaries include Henry’s cash account and balances. The fonds is arranged into files, with each diary comprising one file. The fonds is missing the diaries of 1873-1874, 1897, and 1909-1913.
The fonds consists of personal papers, 1846-1940, including family records, a family portrait album, personal letters, private business correspondence and records pertaining to investments and business ventures; extensive records of ship's specifications and tests, material that passed through Captain Mowatt's hands when he worked for the C.P.R., 1900-1918; photographs of C.P.R. steamships; official C.P.R. correspondence, 1892-1924; papers, 1919-1923, relating to Captain Mowatt's duties as Port Warden with the Department of Marine and Fisheries at Vancouver; and printed works, 1839-1911.
The fonds consists of correspondence, including a section on stamp collecting, medical records, personal documentation, and clippings.
The fonds consists of records documenting Lowes' involvement in boxing and his career as a coach and referee. Fonds has been arranged into the following series: personal records, subject files (boxing), miscellaneous subject files, and miscellaneous records.
Lowes, Herbert Arthur
The fonds consists of project progress documentation, working papers, reports and photographs of Yaletown factories and warehouses.
Heritage '82 Project
The fonds consists of notes and correspondence from the Mayor's office (ca. 1930-1939), a copy of the report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Invasion of Privacy, and clippings.
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.
The fonds consists of baptism, death, and marriage registers, 1862-1916, and parish registers and general papers, 1860-1949.
Holy Trinity Cathedral
The fonds consists of family correspondence, 1868-1964; historical notes, photographs and other materials, 1931-1957; and clippings. Correspondence includes copies of letters from Governor Frederick Seymour and Sir John A. Macdonald to Mrs. J.A.R. Homer (509-F-6 file 6).
The fonds consists of the constitutions and by-laws of the different Locals involved in the creation of Local 40; agreements and wage scales for unions in Canada and the United States; reports and briefs of the Liquor Enquiry Commission; scrapbooks chronicling the 1971 contract negotiations of Local 676 and the 1974 and 1976 mergers that resulted in the creation of Local 40; and newsclippings and speeches relating to the political campaign of Pat McGeer in 1969.
Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Employees and Bartenders Union, Local 40
The fonds consists of Green's personal records. The fonds is arranged into the following series: Family correspondence (1904-1983); Biographical materials (1965-1987); Election campaign materials (1935-1965); Speeches and columns (1935-1974); Progressive Conservative Association - B.C. Council (1946-1956); Personal papers (1905-1984); Foreign affairs subject files (1959-1966); and Political correspondence and newsclippings (1935-1989).
Green, Howard Charles
The fonds consists of the Howe Sound Hotel guest register.
Howe Sound Hotel
The fonds consists of blueprints for the spark arrester and some construction work carried out by Hubbard; a patent for the spark arrester, 1940; letters of reference from companies who had engaged in Hubbard's company; and photographs depicting construction of various projects.
Hubbard Construction and Chimney Company
The fonds includes Cadieux's research notes; navigational reference notes; numerous photographs of ships, shipwrecks and light stations as well as towns, harbours and other scenes in British Columbia; correspondence, photographs of family and friends and other personal records; scrapbooks of newspaper clippings; collected publications on maritime topics; and two completed manuscripts, "British Columbia Towboats" and "Manned Lighthouses of British Columbia".
Cadieux, Hubert Lindsay
The fonds consists of Lovell's photographs showing various Vancouver scenes, including downtown buildings, Stanley Park, West Vancouver and North Vancouver.
Lovell, Hubert William
Fonds consists of records related to the professional career and personal life of impresario Hugh Pickett, predominantly his role as manager and owner of Famous Artists Ltd.
The fonds contains records (primarily event files and promotional materials) documenting the administration and operations of Famous Artists Ltd., as well as the events and artists that visited Vancouver and Victoria arranged by Famous Artists Ltd. The fonds also includes records which document Pickett's early career, army involvement and life before his tenure with Famous Artists Ltd. The fonds includes publicity materials, news clippings, scrapbooks and photographs that demonstrate his passion for the entertainment industry and his interest in and relationships with celebrities and artists.
The fonds consists of a wide variety of records, such as correspondence, invoices, and financial reports; production records such as travel arrangements, artist requests and fees, stage layout designs and cast photographs; and promotional records, such as press releases, programs and press clippings.
The collection consists of nine scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, including Kenvyn's regular newspaper column on matters of maritime and shipping interest "Over the Foreyard" for 1934-1938. There are also clippings from 1935 to 1948 relating to maritime and wartime matters.
Kenvyn, Hugh Ronald
Fonds consists of two copies of a 37 page autobiography, entitled "My father's boyhood in Vancouver," and relating to the early childhood and adolescent experiences of Ian C. Nicholson. Manuscript was written by Ian in 1970, at the age of 71, and covers the period 1905 to the end of World War I. Manuscript includes considerable detail on turn of the century life in Kitsilano point. Topics covered include his education experiences, playing on the Kitsilano Indian Reserve, fish canneries and fishing industry along the south shores of English Bay, and early Vancouver companies and landmarks. Manuscript also covers the business activities - primarily printing and a movie theatre - of his father James C. Nicholson.
Nicholson, Ian C.