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Point Roberts and Washington State

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington.

Textual materials contains various documents and materials such as reports, photocopied bylaws, newsletters, presentations, bulletins, annual reports, correspondence, faxes,maps, posters, event postings, all in regards to environmental issues in Point Roberts or around the rest of Washington State and Whatcom County, that the Friends of Boundary Bay and Martin Keeley were interested in, had researched and photocopied and/or received copies of documents. In total there are 16 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Local Environmental Issues

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington.

Textual materials include various media regarding local environmental issues. For example, files will contain newsletters, bulletins, pamphlets and other materials that all pertain to local environmental issues but are not necessarily from the same source. Some of these files were categorized under this series because they contain many items, relating to various topics, and not one in particular. These reflect what the Friends of Boundary Bay and Martin Keeley were interested in, had researched and photocopied and/or received copies of documents. In total there are 53 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Boundary Bay Conservation Committee Correspondence and Letters (to and from)

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington. Martin Keeley participated and/or supported the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee.

Textual materials contains letters, emails and memos both to and from members of the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee. File also contains a letter from Martin Keeley to the BBCC accepting their offer to become an executive for the organization. In total there are 13 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Boundary Bay Conservation Committee Research/Proposals/Studies

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington. Martin Keeley participated and/or supported the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee.

Textual materials contains three documents that the BBCC researched, suggested or used as studies of interest in their environmental research. Includes a conservation proposal and biosphere research. In total there are 4 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Fraser Wetlands Committee (FWC)

Sub-series consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington. Martin Keeley participated and/or supported the Fraser Wetlands Committee. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the Fraser Wetlands Committee.

Textual materials include minutes, and bulletins generated by the Fraser Wetlands Committee.

The sub-series has been arranged into the following files:

  1. Fraser Wetlands Committee (FWC) sub-series
    1.1 Fraser Wetlands Committee (FWC) Minutes file
    1.2 Fraser Wetlands Committee (FWC) Bulletins file

Delta Naturalists Society Newsletters

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington. Martin Keeley participated and/or supported the Delta Naturalists Society. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the Delta Naturalists Society.

Textual materials contains newsletters from the Delta Naturalists Society. In total there is 1 folder in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Burns Bog Conservation Society Minutes/Brochures

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington. Martin Keeley participated and/or supported the Burns Bog Conservation Society. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the Burns Bog Conservation Society.

Textual materials contains a letter of correspondence cc’d to the BBCS, Annual General Meeting Minutes for April 6, 1991, and a brochure for the BBCS. In total there is 1 folder in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Friends of Boundary Bay Press Releases/Advertisements/Events

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington.

Textual materials contains press releases and advertisements for FOBB events as well as information pertaining to the organization. Details include activism interests, future fundraisers, programs, workshops, a job posting, and the organizations historical information. Additionally, some materials reflect events attended by the FOBB but not necessarily run by them. Some of the events included are Bay Fest, the Art Auction Fundraiser, Snow Goose Boogie, Blues for the Bay, Boundary Bay Bike-Walk-Run-A-Thon, Low Tide walk. There are 7 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Friends of Boundary Bay Photographs

Series consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington.

Graphic materials include 11 photographs depicting Point Roberts, a farm road, a walking bridge and a group photo including Martin Keeley. These photographs were presumed to be taken while Martin Keeley was part of the Friends of Boundary Bay.

The series has been arranged into the following items:
2010-29-71; 2010-29-126; 2010-29-127; 2010-29-128; 2010-29-129; 2010-29-130; 2010-29-131; 2010-29-132; 2010-29-133; 2010-29-134; 2010-29-135.

[Farm Road]

Black and white negative of an unknown farm road that may be in Europe but not in Delta. The road is running along the right side of the photograph, while the farm fields and hills can be seen along the left side of the photograph. Someone from the Friends of boundary bay, the Point Roberts Heron Preservation Committee or the Fraser for Life may have taken the photograph.

Audiovisual Media

Series consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington.

Moving image items include two movies, one regarding shorebirds in the state of New Jersey, and another focused on the B.C. Wetlands. Both were thought to be used by Martin Keeley for research purposes while he was the Executive Director of the Friends of Boundary Bay.

Sound recording items include three audio tapes, one that was unable to be read, a second that features a discussion regarding logging in Point Roberts and Delta, and a third that is labeled as a "Whatcom County Council" meeting.

The series has been arranged into the following items:
2010-29-137; 2010-29-138; 2010-29-139; 2010-29-140; 2010-29-141.

Wetlands

Videocassette contains 24:45 minutes of video coverage of the wetlands in Delta, B.C. The video was produced by DCTV (Delta Cable Television).
Video may have been used by Martin Keeley or other members of the Friends of Boundary Bay, the Point Roberts Heron Preservation Committee, the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee or the Fraser for Life.

Office of Health Promotion (PSA) - Lowtide '91

Reel-to-reel sound recording produced by Macdonald Recording in Seattle, Washington. Date listed on the case is 5/7/1991. Specifics of the recording are listed on the case as: 1-:30, 7.5 ips, Stereo. Content presumably regards the lowtide happenings of 1991 in Seattle, based on the title, although content is unknown.
Recording may have been used by Martin Keeley or other members of the Friends of Boundary Bay, the Point Roberts Heron Preservation Committee, the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee or the Fraser for Life.

Fraser for Life sous fonds

Sous fonds consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as a member of the Fraser for Life Communications Society and executive director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and around Delta.

Textual materials include financial records such as receipts, checks, funding applications, etc., correpondence letters, emails, notes and memos, press releases for events and fundraisers, court case records for the case between the Fraser for Life and the Minister of Department of Indian Affairs, minutes, notes, brochures and membership information for the Fraser for Life, press clippings regarding the organization and finally restricted materials. The newspaper articles from this sous fonds have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves. Graphic material includes photograph prints and negatives.

The sous fonds has been arranged into the following series:

  1. Fraser for Life sous fonds
    2.1 Fraser for Life Photograph series
    2.2 Fraser for Life Administrative Records series

[Mahri Sherlock Photographs]

Item consists of 2 photographs that show Mahri Sherlock, a musician. The photographs show her playing a plucked string instrument and a guitar in others.

Of the 2 photographs, the following is scanned:
2010-29-65

[Blowup Seal and Iceberg]

Colour photograph of two very large blowup props that may have been used by the Fraser for Life interpretive programs. The photograph may have been taken in Point Roberts. There is a woman in the bottom left of the corner that may be helping to blow up the iceberg and seal props. The photograph was taken during the winter because the ground is covered in snow.

[Industrial Plant on the Fraser River]

Colour photograph of some sort of industrial plant along the Fraser River. A bark mulch truck is in the bottom right hand corner. The photograph was intended to be used in the Fraser for Life Membership Pamphlet. This photograph relates to three other photographs because of its intended use, although the photos themselves are of different subjects.

[Fraser for Life Children]

Colour photograph of the Fraser for Life blowup patchwork whale, used during interpretive programs and events. Three children are seen standing in front of the whale, dressed in the Fraser for Life costumes and holding balloons. The photograph was intended to be used in the Fraser for Life Membership Pamphlet. This photograph relates to three other photographs because of its intended use, although the photos themselves are of different subjects.

Iona Beach Regional Park Grand Opening

Photographs show the Grand Opening of the GVRD's Iona Beach Regional Park on August 19, 1990. The photographs show Premier Bill Vander Zalm interacting with the public and being filmed by media cameras, as well as talking more intimately with 3 other unknown people. In the foreground of photographs 2 through 17, three children can be seen dressed up in the Friends of Boundary Bay or Fraser for Life Interpretive Programs costumes. The children could be representing the organizations at the grand opening. All of the photographs in this file are very similar, showing only small changes in where Vander Zalm is looking or who he is talking to.
All photograph prints are 3.5x5 and negatives are 1x1.5.

Iona Beach Regional Park Grand Opening

Photographs show the Grand Opening of the GVRD's Iona Beach Regional Park on August 19, 1990. The photographs show Premier Bill Vander Zalm interacting with the public and being filmed by media cameras, as well as talking more intimately with 3 other unknown people. In the foreground of photographs 2 through 17, three children can be seen dressed up in the Friends of Boundary Bay or Fraser for Life Interpretive Programs costumes. The children could be representing the organizations at the grand opening. All of the photographs in this file are very similar, showing only small changes in where Vander Zalm is looking or who he is talking to.
All photograph prints are 3.5x5 and negatives are 1x1.5.

Iona Beach Regional Park Grand Opening

Photographs show the Grand Opening of the GVRD's Iona Beach Regional Park on August 19, 1990. The photographs show Premier Bill Vander Zalm interacting with the public and being filmed by media cameras, as well as talking more intimately with 3 other unknown people. In the foreground of photographs 2 through 17, three children can be seen dressed up in the Friends of Boundary Bay or Fraser for Life Interpretive Programs costumes. The children could be representing the organizations at the grand opening. All of the photographs in this file are very similar, showing only small changes in where Vander Zalm is looking or who he is talking to.
All photograph prints are 3.5x5 and negatives are 1x1.5.

Iona Beach Regional Park Grand Opening

Photographs show the Grand Opening of the GVRD's Iona Beach Regional Park on August 19, 1990. The photographs show Premier Bill Vander Zalm interacting with the public and being filmed by media cameras, as well as talking more intimately with 3 other unknown people. In the foreground of photographs 2 through 17, three children can be seen dressed up in the Friends of Boundary Bay or Fraser for Life Interpretive Programs costumes. The children could be representing the organizations at the grand opening. All of the photographs in this file are very similar, showing only small changes in where Vander Zalm is looking or who he is talking to.
All photograph prints are 3.5x5 and negatives are 1x1.5.
Photographs scanned at item level include:
2010-29-22

Fraser for Life Press Releases/Publications

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as a member of the Fraser for Life Communications Society and executive director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and around Delta.

Textual materials contains a colouring book, press releases for events, one publication by Duane Burnett regarding the Fraser River ecosystem and signed/unsigned petitions. There is 1 folder in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Fraser for Life Court Case

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as a member of the Fraser for Life Communications Society and executive director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and around Delta.

Textual materials contains a copy of the Fraser for Life court case against the Minister of Department of Indian Affairs regarding wastewater management. There is 1 folder in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

Fraser for Life Minutes/Notes/Brochures/Memberships

File consists of materials collected by Martin Keeley, and others, during his time as a member of the Fraser for Life Communications Society and executive director of the Friends of Boundary Bay. The materials were generated from both his home in Point Roberts as well as the offices in Ladner, B.C. and around Delta.

Textual materials contains Fraser for Life and Fraser Conservation Alliance meeting and annual general meeting minutes for 1989, 1990 and 1995, a biographical write-up on Joan Wolfe, members list for FFL, membership packages, notes and thank you letters for joining the Fraser for Life. Additionally, file contains brochures for membership, brochures for other organizations that interested the FFL and brochures for the Fraser for Life organization. There are 2 folders in this file. Any newspaper articles have been removed from the textual material and placed in the Martin Keeley and Friends of Boundary Bay Newspaper Clippings Binders. These binders can be found on the Reference Library bookshelves.

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