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Periodicals collection

  • Collection
  • 1885-1886, 1910-1913, 1931-1936, 1954, 1986-

Collection consists of printed material. Includes issues published by missionary support organizations in England: New Westminster Quarterly Paper (1885-1886) and Work for the Far West (1910); local and diocesan publications: North-Shore Churchman (1913), Christian Citizen (1935-1936), and New Westminster Churchman (1954); the newsletter of the Anglican Cursillo of the Diocese of New Westminster: Network (1986- ); and the interdenominational Church Directory and Business Guide (1931-1932, 1935).

Architectural plans and drawings collection

  • Collection
  • 1894, ca. 1912-1990

Collection consists of architectural records, cartographic records. Consists of plans, drawings, maps, specifications and other accompanying documents for mainly parish buildings as well as some other buildings in the Diocese, primarily from 1940 to 1990. Includes records of, or relating to: ABBOTSFORD: St. Matthew; AGASSIZ: All Saints; BURNABY: All Saints; Christ the King; St. Alban; St. Andrew; St. John; St. Margaret; St. Nicholas; St. Stephen; CHILLIWACK: St. Peter, Rosedale; St. Thomas; COQUITLAM: St. Laurence; DELTA: All Saints, Ladner; St. Cuthbert, North Delta; St. David; GIBSONS: St. Bartholomew; HATZIC: St. Peter; HOPE: Christ Church; IOCO: All Saints; KINGCOME INLET: St. George; LANGLEY: St. Alban, Otter; St. Andrew; St. Dunstan, Aldergrove; MAPLE RIDGE: St. George, Haney; St. John the Evangelist, Whonnock; MISSION: All Saints; NEW WESTMINSTER: St. James the Less; St. Mary the Virgin, Sapperton; NORTH VANCOUVER: St. Catherine; St. Clement; St. John the Evangelist; St. Martin; St. Richard; St. Simon, Deep Cove; PEMBERTON: St. George; PORT COQUITLAM: St. Catherine; PORT MOODY: St. John the Apostle; POWELL RIVER: St. David; St. Paul; RICHMOND: St. Alban; St. Anne, Steveston; St. Edward; SECHELT: St. Hilda; SQUAMISH: St. John; SURREY: Christ Church, Surrey Centre; Church of the Epiphany; Church of the Redeemer, Cloverdale; St. Helen, South Westminster; St. Mark, Ocean Park; St. Michael, Colebrook; St. Oswald, Port Kells; St. Thomas, Whalley; VANCOUVER: Christ Church Cathedral; Church of the Good Shepherd; Holy Cross; Holy Trinity; St. Augustine, Marpole; St. Chad; St. Faith; St. George; St. Helen, West Point Grey; St. James; St. John, Shaughnessy; St. Luke; St. Margaret, Cedar Cottage; St. Mark, Kitsilano; St. Mary, Kerrisdale; St. Mary, South Hill; St. Matthias; St. Paul; St. Peter; St. Philip; St. Thomas; WEST VANCOUVER: St. Christopher; St. Francis-in-the Wood; St. Monica; St. Stephen; WHITE ROCK: Holy Trinity.

Diocesan and parish history collection

  • Collection
  • 1883, [ca. 1912]-1988

Collection consists of manuscripts, histories, scrapbooks, clippings, printed material. Includes parish histories, orders of services for special events and copy of first report of the Diocese of New Westminster (1883), published by the English Committee for the Diocese.

Diocese of New Westminster photographs collection

  • Collection
  • [ca. 1873-1990]

Collection consists of photographs, the subjects of which include meetings of Synod; church building interiors and exteriors; parish clergy and events; celebrations and conferences; those relating to diocesan organizations and institutions; church camps; and diocesan schools including All Hallows at Yale.

Pacific Pilgrims research collection : 1858-1978

  • Collection
  • [Copied ca. 1979]

Collection consists of original and copied photographs, or photographs were taken of published photographs in newspapers and magazines during the course of researching "Pacific Pilgrims". Photographs are arranged in collection according to page order appearance in book but also includes some unpublished photographs. Microfilm is of documents (1879) from Lambeth Palace Library in England concerning the appointment of Bishop Sillitoe to the new Diocese of New Westminster.