The collection consists of views of June's Pond in Musqueam Park, a small reconstituted wetland named in recognition of June Binkert by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation.
The collection consists of views of June's Pond in Musqueam Park, a small reconstituted wetland named in recognition of June Binkert by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation.
Fonds consists of the constitution and by-laws of the Downtown South Residents' Rights Association and correspondence and flyers created or received by the Association.
Downtown South Residents Rights Association
Fonds consists of records created by the Dunbar Historical Society in the process of writing a book: "The Story of Dunbar: Voices of a Vancouver Neighbourhood" (2006).
Records include audio tapes of interviews, some transcriptions of the interviews, notes and other information gathered at the time of the interviews, organizational records of the Dunbar History Project, other research carried out for the purpose of writing the book, photographs gathered from interviewees, as well as other research sources used for the writing of the book.
The fonds is divided into two series following the arrangement used by the creators; the Administration records and Research records. Each series is further organized into subseries:
-History committee records
-History resources subject files
-Interview worksheets and transcriptions
Dunbar History Project
Fonds contains records relating to the operation of Vancouver Whistler Bid Society, which became the Vancouver Whistler 2010 Bid Corporation. Records consist of minutes, correspondence, policy documents, reports, studies, plans, advertising materials, financial statements, agreements, contracts, event materials, etc.
The fonds has been organized into the following sixteen broad series, based on existing organizational categories or business units: Administration, Athlete and Sport Development, Bid Candidature Plan, Bid Society, Board Secretariat, Communications and Media Relations, Community Relations and Volunteers, Culture and Youth, Finance and Procurement, Fundraising Sales and Services, Government Support and Services, International Relations, OCOG Planning, Sport Relations, Sports and Venues, and Villages and Operations.
Vancouver 2010 Bid Corporation
Fonds contains records documenting the planning and execution of the 2010 winter games. Records are related to the following functions and activities:
General administration and governance of VANOC, including finances, human resources, legal services, and meetings of VANOC's Board and committees.
Establishing requirements and designs for sporting and non-sporting venues, overseeing construction and of new venues and modification of existing venues for the games.
Providing required sporting infrastructure, including timing and scoring, information and communications systems, medical services, anti-doping testing and accreditation.
Recruiting and coordinating volunteers
Generating revenue through corporate sponsorships, licensing, merchandising, and event ticketing. Managing relations with sponsors and partner organizations, and monitoring for infringements of copyrights, trademarks, and other exclusive commercial rights.
Marketing and communications to establish to establish the overall "look and feel" of the games, manage relations with broadcasters, media, and the press, and the planning and execution of non-sporting events, including ceremonies, the Torch Relay, and the Cultural Olympiad programme.
Overseeing relations with partner governments (federal, provincial, municipal and First-Nations ) and National Olympic and Paralympic Committees.
Providing support services, including transportation, accommodations, food and beverages, cleaning, security, snow removal and similar services.
Note that not all of the records received from VANOC have been processed. Presently, the following series are available:
S01 - VANOC Central records
File contains folders on: (1) Morgue - Vancouver Police Museum (Oct. 1994, 11 photographs); (2) Pacific Press Building, 2250 Granville Street (June 1997, 18 photographs).
Paramount Pictures. The Sentinel
Fonds consists of newsletters dated 1993-1995. Arranged chronologically.
Shakespeare Society of Vancouver, 1993-
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.
Fonds consists of correspondence, newsclippings, photographs and a video documenting the Strathcona Front Porch Project.
Strathcona Residents' Association
Fonds consists of a photograph, research notes, a resume, and a biography of sculptor Chung Hung. Brissenden was hired to produce a profile of sculptor Chung Hung. Chung was born in Canton in 1946 and arrived in Canada in 1969. He created several major works in Vancouver. He passed away in 1993.
Fonds consists of the 160 page typescript biography of Dadye Winkelmans, entitled "Dadye's Dance". The biography contains excerpts from Dadye's diary, which document her experiences while performing on tour in Europe and the U.S. It also documents the Vancouver area dance scene during the 1940's and 1950's when Dadye received her initial training in ballet and other various dance forms during her childhood.
Fonds consists of a Bell Restoration Proposal prepared by the Bell Restoration Committee of the Vancouver Society of Change Ringers. Included in the proposal are an index, summary, history and background, information on committee members, the proposal proper, cost summary and conclusions, terms of reference, minutes of meetings, correspondence, and noise by-law materials.
Vancouver Society of Change Ringers
Fonds consists of original drawings (1988-1998) and drawing reproductions(1988-1998) in the form of photographs and photocopies. Many of the drawings represented are published in Robin Ward's Vancouver (Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park, 1990) and Robin Ward's Heritage West Coast (Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park, 1993).
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.
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 collection consists of informal notes assembled for guides conducting tours through Stanley Park. The notes focus on the history of the park forest: species of trees found, the nature of logging in the park and forestry programs.
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 meeting minutes, constitutions, election planning files, candidate files, correspondence, member kits and financial records documenting the operation of the organization. The fonds has been organized into the following series: Administrative records, and election campaign files.
Vancouver Civic New Democrats
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 research notes, correspondence, and other materials related to Steele's book "The Stanley Park Explorer" (1985).
Steele, Richard Michael
The fonds consists of textual materials related to the interests and actions of the Southlands Citizens Planning Committee. The majority of the records are minutes of the monthly meetings of the committee from 1984-2006 as well as excerpts of minutes from the Vancouver City Council meetings which relate to the geographical area of interest to the Southlands Citizen's Committee. Newspaper clippings from a variety of Lower Mainland newspapers on a number of themes all relating to the Southlands area. There is also correspondence from the committee to citizens within the Southlands area informing them of their issues and concerns. As well, there is correspondence from and to various city representativers inlcuding: the Planning Department, Parks Board, City Clerk, as well as various Mayors and Alderman. Copies of draft letters are also included within the records.
One copy of the Southland Plan: Southland Citizens Planning Committee Plan is also included.
Southlands Citizen's Planning Committee
The collection consists of three letters from entrants to the Marpole Pioneer Days Historical Information Contest: Eleanor Zelma (Clarke) Bunting, Lilace (Churchill) Thompson, and Florence (Hird) Foulkes. The letters contain genealogical and historical information about pioneers and pioneer life.
Marpole Business Association
The collection consists of two volumes, including photographs and slides, "Vancouver's Heritage Tree Inventory. A Collection of Great Trees in the City". The first volume, dated February 1983, is by Clarence Sihoe. The second volume, dated September 1983, is by Elisabeth Whitelaw and Clarence Sihoe.
Collection, curated by UBC Professor Emeritus Richard W. Pollay, is composed of marketing materials produced for Expo '86 held in Vancouver (B.C.). The collection is primarily composed of brochures, pamphlets, and bookets pertaining to Expo '86, travel, and tourism. The collection also includes ephemera, a media and advertising plan brief, and an audio cassette and videocassette pertaining to Expo '86 advertising.
The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, printed material, and photographs documenting the activities of the office of the B.C. Coordinator, and the office of the National Coordinator. The records are organized into nine series and listed alphabetically by series title.
Tools for Peace
The collection consists of a photocopy of the essay "Gower Point 1916-1923. Twenty miles to Paradise" by John Watson and photocopies of photographs. The essay recalls the time the author spent with his family at Gower Point.
The fonds consists of project progress documentation, working papers, reports and photographs of Yaletown factories and warehouses.
Heritage '82 Project
Fonds contains files on: the "RS-1 Regulations Review" including follow up (1982-1989); "New Democratic Party caucus correspondence on housing" (1989); and "Georgia Medical Dental Building 1929-1989" (1989-1990). The photographs of housing, 1987, were taken for the resulting reports (10 x 15 cm col. photographs + 35 mm negatives). Also included are news clippings on urban issues (1990).
Ohannesian, Paul B.
Fonds consists of 16 pencil drawings of Vancouver buildings and houses.
Wilson, Barbara Elizabeth
Fonds consists of the following records:
S1 - Records of the Administration Committee
S2 - Records of the Board of Trustees
S3 - Records of the Building Committee
S4 - Records of the Documentation Committee
S5 - Records of the Education Committee
S6 - Records of the Executive Director's Office,
S7 - Records of the Finance Committee
S8 - Records of the Fundraising Committee
S9 - Records of the Garden Committee
S10 - Records of the Gift Shop
S11 - Records of the Government Relations Committee
S12 - Records of the Landscape Committee
S13 - Records of the Maintenance and Repairs Committee
S14 - Records of the Membership Committee
S15 - Records of the Nominations Committee
S16 - Records of the Public Programs/Newsletter Committee
S17 - Records of the Public Relations Committee
S18 - Records of the Volunteer Committee
S19 - Architectural drawings
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden Society
The fonds consists of textual records and photographs relating to the concerns and actions of the West Southlands Ratepayers Association. Minutes of annual general meetings as well as special meetings from 1981 to 2005 in rough and completed form. Also, portions of the minutes from the Fraser River Coalition in draft form are included. Full and partial membership lists over several years show that citizens were often members of both organizations. Brochures, pamphlets, notes and newspaper clippings are grouped into areas of interest or concern generally concerning environmental issues, zoning and land-use or wildlife within the area of Southlands such as: Deering Island, Vancouver International Airport, Musqueam Park, UBC, and Pacific Spirit Regional Park. West Southlands Ratepayers Association produced a community newsletter as well as brochures outlining these issues and concerns as well as providing a history of the area.
Correspondence to and from the association with the following: Point Grey Golf and Country Club, Vancouver City Development Permit Board, Vancouver Parks and Recreation, UBC Board of Govenors, Fish and Oceans Canada, Office of the City Clerk, Park Users Against Off-Leash Commercial Dog Groups and Lower Mainland Residents.
The photographs show land-use in Musqueam Park, Deering Island and the Celtic Slough as well as the naming ceremony of June's Pond in the Musqueam Park Wetland.
West Southlands Ratepayers Association
The collection consists of programs of Metro Theatre productions.
Metropolitan Cooperative Theatre Society
The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, newsletters, promotional material, clippings, and photographs.
Blue Heron Housing Cooperative Association
Fonds includes constitution and by-laws, membership lists, presidents' reports, minutes of the annual general meetings, newsletters, miscellaneous records and a small trophy, the "Chimo Award to Lady Vancouver Club for outstanding contribution to Greater Vancouver Tourism September 1980", awarded by the Greater Vancouver Convention & Visitor's Bureau.
Lady Vancouver Club
The fonds consists of a minute book, 1908-1935, and a pamphlet celebrating the church's golden jubilee, 1958.
Robertson Presbyterian Church (Vancouver, B.C.)
The collection consists of two photocopies of typescripts describing the history of Philip Gilman and the building of Brock House.
Gilman, Richard B.
The collection consists of a photocopy of a 25 page typescript entitled "The Cary Fir Story", which examines the development of this local tall tale.
The collection consists of a family history, and photocopies of biographical and genealogical information concerning the Judge family.
Fonds consists of records documenting Richard Dopson's involvement in gay athletics and other community activities in Vancouver. The records document his work as a leader in groups within Vancouver's gay community and as one of the principal organisers of Gay Games III, held in Vancouver in 1990. The records were acquired and created by Richard Dopson through his work with the Metropolitan Vancouver Athletics and Arts Association, the Vancouver Gay Volleyball Association, the Federation of Gay Games, and Team Vancouver, and document the administration and operations of these associations.
The fonds includes a variety of types of textual records, photographs, posters, and sound and moving image recordings.
The collection consists of phonograph records of songs written by Wesley Wheelwright (Weeley Wright, Wheeley Wright).
The collection consists of programs and other information about concerts presented by C.B.C. Vancouver in cooperation with various musical groups and artists, including the C.B.C. Vancouver Orchestra, the Vancouver Society for Early Music, Vancouver Chamber Choir and others.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has been a broadcaster and promoter of music for many years. C.B.C. Vancouver Orchestra was formed in 1938. Its directors have included Ira Dilworth, the founder, John Eliot Gardiner, Mario Bernardi and John Avison, conductor.
The collection consists of two typescript copies of Don Sage's recollections of his early life in the west side of Vancouver. "Memories of Old University Hill" (1979) and "Memories of Old West Point Grey" (1980) both describe the residents, homes and social life in these two areas between 1924 and 1940.
Sage, Walter Donald MacKinnon
The collection consists of speeches given by the participants and the information package, 1978.
14th Postwar Congress of Socialist International
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 administrative files, gardening files and publicity materials.
Strathcona Community Garden Society
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.
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 a policy paper, two newsletters dated 1979, and some election material.
Vancouver Independent Progressives
The fonds consists of reports, inventories and legal records of Henfrey pertaining to his activities as receiver of Vancouver Safety Deposit Vaults.
Henfrey, Donald J.
The fonds consists of photocopies of research notes, clippings and articles on painters Charles Hatch and Victor Long, and a short history of Knox United Church and its chancel stained glass window.