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Local Bursar sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of six series of records, including School register of pupils, Names and address registers, General Day Books, General Ledgers, Payroll Ledgers, Reddition annuelle des comptes, Sisters Accounts, Student Accounts, and Miscellaneous. Though the position of Local Bursar ended in 1971, several series continue until all accounts were completely closed out in 1975. The financial records tend to reflect the school cycle beginning in August/September and ending in July.

St. Ann's Academy (Victoria, B.C.). Local Bursar

Local Superior sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of six series of textual records. These include the house chronicles, local council minutes, school register, permanent record cards, school alumnae material, and miscellaneous material. These arose from the Superior's role as head of school and the need to keep records about students and their academic status. They were also generated by her role as house leader and the head of its council.

St. Ann's Academy (Victoria, B.C.). Local Superior

St. Ann's Academy (Victoria, B.C.) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1858-1975

The fonds consists of textual records of the St. Ann's Academy local house, including four sous-fonds. The first two belong to the Superior and the Bursar; the third was generated by the Commercial Department of the school; and the fourth belongs to the Treasurer who kept the accounts of the St. Ann's Secondary School next door to the Academy in the 1960s and 1970s. Each of these officers maintained records in the course of their respective duties until the Academy and secondary school were finally closed and all activities ceased by 1975. Given that the primary function of this local house was education, the fonds consists mainly of school records as well as some house accounts, and other records. The school records and even general house records tend to follow the pattern of the school year from August/September to June/July. Records divide into series and sometimes subseries of files. They include account books known by their French name comptes-rendus, student registers, receipts and expenses, boarders' accounts, commercial accounts, day scholar accounts, payroll ledgers, council minutes, names and addresses of students, alumni records, and other miscellaneous material.

St. Ann's Academy (Victoria, B.C.)