Children and youth

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Crofton House Administration Office fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1938-1998

The fonds consists of records generated by six of the seven Headmistresses of Crofton House (Miss Jessie Gordon has no extant records): Sara E.G. MacDonald, Ellen K. Bryan, Muriel Bedford-Jones, Rosalind W. Addison, Barbara Emmerson, and Barbara M. Walker. Other series include correspondence and reports from the Registrar's office, an extensive thematic filing system from the Office Manager, and financial records from the Bursar's office such as the General Ledgers and budgets. The Office of the Registrar series also includes student records. The Administration Office fonds is a rich source of information about the everyday occurrences of the school at any given time.

Crofton House School. Administration Office

Crofton House School photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • ca. 1898-1999

The collection consists of a wide variety of photographs depicting students and teachers at Crofton House School. Also included are photographs of the school buildings as well as events and activities relating to the school's growth and development.

Alice Borden fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1970

The fonds consists of correspondence, essays, diaries, financial records and notes created by Borden as both as a student and through her teaching career from kindergarten instructor through to university professor of early childhood education. Fonds contains administrative details about the establishment and operation of UBC's Child Study Centre and also includes minutes and reports from the Faculty of Education.

Borden, Alice Victoria

Sasaki family collection

  • CA JCN 2011.68
  • Collection
  • 1921 - 2011

The collection consists of two series. The first series consists of family photographs and the second series is an interview of Mitsue Fugeta (nee Sasaki) discussing her life on Powell Street in Vancouver, BC.

Sasaki (family)

Morishita family collection

  • CA JCN 2011.79
  • Collection
  • 1903 - 1990

The collection consists of six series of papers, photographs and artefacts amassed by the Morishita family. The first series consists of papers and artefacts belonging to the patriarch of the family, Teiji Morishita. The second series consists of papers and artefacts belonging to Teiji's wife, Sawa Morishita. The third series consists of papers and artefacts amassed while the Morishitas (with the Ebisuzakis) ran the Ebisuzaki Shoten (store) at 337 Powell Street in Vancouver, BC. The fourth series consists of family photographs and artefacts belonging to the Morishita family. The fifth series consists of papers and artefacts belonging to the Morishita children. And the sixth series consists of papers and artefacts belonging to the Ebisuzaki family.

Vancouver Inner City Service Project fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1967-1972

The fonds consists of minutes of the Board of Directors, minutes of the Council and Working Committee, minutes of Staff meetings, general correspondence of various officials of the Project, copies of reports generated by various programs, and financial records. Fonds contains records of School Canadiana, including correspondence, reports, minutes of Management Committee meetings, registration-attendance records, and financial files.

Vancouver Inner City Service Project