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Chambers, Todd family fonds

  • CA CVIC PR 12
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1880-1930]

The fonds consists primarily of glass plate negatives, the majority of which are images of individuals and family groups, including members of the Chambers and Todd families. Other images show industrial and commercial scenes, probably in the Nanaimo and central Vancouver Island areas, which are also the likely locales for a number of the pictures of beach camping scenes. Aside from pictures taken in England, the locales of a substantial number of images can only be surmised to be the Canadian Prairies and the southwestern United States. The work of Arthur Hyde Chambers and Frederick Dundas Todd are irretrievably mixed in this fonds. A single file of textual material consists of letters, real estate documents, a map and clippings.

Chambers (family)

Todd family fonds

  • CA CVIC PR 115
  • Fonds
  • 1909-1980

The fonds consists of records compiled and created by Albert Todd, Richard Todd, and Marjorie Todd. Series include photographs, research notes and copies of correspondence and newspaper clippings. Photographs document Albert E. Todd's 1910 automobile trip from California to Canada and a 1935 Union Club dinner following a Joyce Weathered and Marjorie Todd golf match. Research notes, correspondence and newspaper clippings relate to Albert E. Todd's life and career.

Todd (family)