Title and statement of responsibility area
A.J. Ingram collection
General material designation
- Textual record
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Dates of creation area
- Ingram, Alan J.
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Name of creator
Alan John Ingram was a native of Montrose, Scotland who settled in North Vancouver in 1958 after completing his National Service in the Royal Air Force. He worked for the City of Vancouver for 25 years, 20 of them as a City Claims Investigator. He was a keen amateur photographer and for some years led a Boy Scouts troop in North Vancouver.
Scope and content
The collection consists of photocopies of two newsclippings and a letter relating to the sinking of the British transport "Cameronia" in the Mediterranean in April 1917.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copied from the original retained by A.J. Ingram, Engineering Department, City of Vancouver, 2 May 1975.
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Folder formerly located at 550-B-05 fld 04.