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Alert Bay Library and Museum photograph collection

  • Collection
  • [ca. 1860]-1994

The collection consists of photographs of Alert Bay and area depicting persons, families, churches, schools, hospital, businesses, organizations, industry, social events, activities of the Columbia Coast Mission, native Indians, and general scenes of the area. The collection incorporates the photographs of the Pioneer Journal (1939-1941, 1951-1964), a newspaper published in Alert Bay.

Photographs collection

  • Collection
  • ca. 1875-ca.1990

The collection consists of photographs relating to the Provincial and General Synod, the Anglican Theological College and its predecessors, Columbia Coast Mission, individuals, dioceses of the Ecclesiastical Province, churches, B.C. Anglican Young Peoples Association (BCAYPA), B.C. Anglican Youth Movement (BCAYM).

Harold Eustace Sexton collection

  • Collection
  • 1859-1972, predominant 1911

Collection consists of H.P.K. Skipton's manuscript "The Life of George Hills, first Bishop of British Columbia" with annotations, introduction and notes by Archbishop H.E. Sexton, and related correspondence; historical typed and printed material. Includes the printed Sermon preached by Bishop Hills at the farewell service celebrated before his departure (1859), as well as the tenth annual report of the Columbia Mission (1868); includes also the typed copy of "The early days of the Church of England on the Pacific Slope" by Walter N. Sage [s.d.]

John Antle collection

  • Collection
  • [ca. 1950]

Collection consists of a copy and a photocopy of memoirs. Includes also newspapers clippings, one issue of The Log (1973), the magazine of the Columbia Coast Mission, and an excerpt from The Canadian Medical Association Journal (1951).

Oral history sound recordings collection

  • Collection
  • 1980, 1989

Collection consists of oral history interviews with Bishop Frederick Roy Gartrell and persons associated with the Columbia Coast Mission.