- CA NWM 204
The fonds consists of store ledgers.
The fonds consists of store ledgers.
The fonds consists of photographs of the Wrathall photography business in the Prince Rupert area. Photographs depict people (including natives), buildings, railways, and industry in Prince Rupert, Hazelton, and in settlements on the northern coast of B.C. and southern coast of Alaska.
Wrathall Photo Finishing
Fonds consists of the textual records of Lakeside Orchards Improvement District from 1960–1987. Includes history, prospectus, by-laws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, legal records, reports, certificates of title, petitions, questionnaires, lists, lot ownership records, publications, maps, and clippings.
Lakeside Orchards Improvement District
Fonds consists of material documenting early BC Jewish history. Fonds is arranged into two series: Congregation Emanu-El manuscripts; and Letters from Abraham Blackman to his brother Morris, Jewish merchants in colonial British Columbia.
Fonds consists of completed films, raw footage, textual records, and other materials related to the production of films produced by the various film production companies that Collier has been involved with throughout his film career. Fonds is organized into eight sousfonds according to creator. Each sousfonds, is in turn organized into series according to production project.
--Michael Collier personal records sousfonds
--Tommy Tompkins Wildlife Films sousfonds
--New Horizon Films Ltd. sousfonds
--North Wind Films Ltd. sousfonds
--Yaletown Productions Inc. sousfonds
--Yaletown Entertainment Corp. sousfonds
--Urban Safari Films Inc. sousfonds
--Post Digital Works Inc. sousfonds
Yaletown Productions Inc.
The fonds consists of records created and collected by the Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation and two subsidiaries: the Adams Road Development Water Utility and the Sealeigh Park Water Users Society. The records contain legal and financial documents, minutes and memoranda, maps, plans, reports and collected reference materials.
Sealeigh Park Strata Development Corporation
The fonds consists of legal and financial documents from the General Store; correspondence, predominantly legal; records created and received by William Joseph Davies in his capacity as postmaster, and financial records created by William A. Davies, owner of the Ed Davies Taxi Service.
Davies and Company
Fonds consists of act of incorporation and bylaws (rev. 1903), programs, membership roll (1948 -1951); notebook; cashbook (1952-56); an annual report and financial statements, 1959; annual reports and tourism pamphlets (1970); and promotional material produced by the Chamber (1950-1977).
Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce
Fonds consists of building proposals, a feasibility study, minutes, reports and notes related to the development of an arts and conference centre.
Nanaimo Harbourside Arts and Conference Society
The fonds consists of minutes of annual general meetings, regular monthly meetings, and some executive meetings. Minutes record Board of Trade activities including advocating better community facilities and participating in community events such as the annual sports day and the crowning of the May Queen.
Naramata Board of Trade
Fonds consists of correspondence, financial records, certificates, school workbooks, two small watercolour paintings, and photographs. The material is about MacInnis family events and relationships, and the activities and accomplishments of individual family members. The fonds has been arranged according to the family member responsible for receiving or creating the records: Martin and Margaret MacInnis, Jessie MacInnis, Carlyle MacInnis, and John William Fraser. A fifth series contains an account book of the Brackman-Ker Milling Company.
MacInnis, Margaret Catherine
The fonds consists of five series: Board records; Production records and prompt scripts; Administrative records including contracts, royalties, business plan, correspondence, cast files, equity, and agreements with International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees; Fund raising records including projects, individual donors, major donors, casinos, and special events; and Marketing records including sales reports, radio ads, campaigns, marketing samples, study guides, press ads and clippings, Box Office subscriptions and telemarketing files.
New Bastion Theatre Company
The collection consists of dining room counter checks from the New Lytton Hotel, and also cancelled cheques. Includes 21 counter checks (1965); three cancelled cheques (1964) from Western Propane, Postmaster, and L. Simpson, all signed by May M. Johnson, Lytton, B.C.
The fonds consists of photographs depicting beautiful black and white prints of the c. 1900 era of the old Fort George, group portraits; scows; paddle wheelers; pioneer women; clothing styles; commercial/retail business; transportation vehicles and scenic views of the newer Prince George; Prince Rupert and Quesnel areas.
Fonds consists of Malaspina Hotel menus dating from Barrass' tenure as chef, as well as photographs by Barrass. Fonds is arranged in two series: 1) Malaspina Hotel menus; and 2) Photographs.
Barrass, Norman, 1914-
The fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, monthly timebooks, camp account books, pay record books, log journals, conveyances, timber licences and berths, petitions, financial records, and inventories. Fonds includes timber licences and other records of S.C. Smith and McLeod Lumber Company, Okanagan Lumber Company, and Kamloops Lumber Company, all predecessor owners of the mill in Enderby.
The fonds consists of the expenditure book (1945) and hand-written newsletters (1949-1951) of the resort lodge. Fonds includes photographs of the facilities and people at the resort.
Hillcrest Summer Resort
The fonds consists of store accounts, listed by name in random order.
The fonds consists of the timebook (1947) for the Home Inn.
Home Inn (Kimberley, B.C.)
The fonds consists of 2 series: 1) Financial records and 2) Inventory records relating to the daily operation of the store.
J.H. Perry Department Store
The J.J. Johnston fonds consists of records relating to both J.J. Johnstons business and personal activities. The records have been arranged according to the activity by which they were produced. However, in order to maintain the natural record groupings designated by the creator, there are some overlaps of record types across series. For example, there may be insurance papers attached to a deed of land or receipts attached to correspondence.
Johnston, John Joseph
Fonds consists of an official copy of an Order-in-Council issued by the federal Department of Public Works approving an application by Kneen's Builder's Supplies to build a wharf in Commercial Inlet (1950). Also includes correspondence from the Public Works Department (1933) and a hand drawn sketch of the subject area.
Kneen's Builder's Supplies
The fonds consists of 16 receipts of the Kwong Lee Trading Company, including shipping receipts from the B.C. and V.S.N. Company steamer Governor Douglas and wholesale goods dealer L. Bonanati Romano, most with Chinese script on the back, 2 signed by Ovid Allard, Chief Trader at the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Langley, B.C., and one signed from Fort Yale, B.C.
Kwong Lee and Company
Fonds consists predominantly of the business and personal records of Laurence Manson but also includes some records of other family members. The fonds is arranged in two series: 1) Business records and 2) Personal records.
The fonds consists of the records of the Lytton and District Board of Trade for 1969. Includes correspondence, to and from the Board and the Minister of Lands and Forests in regards to the extension of timber rights for a local logging operation and mill, the Spatsum Lumber Company. Accompanying the correspondence is a copy of the official petition sent to the Minister, listing the signatures and occupations of all local residents in favour of this action. The letters and petition were the outcome of a severe economic downturn, in that if the local lumber mill was not recognized as an 'established licensee' and allotted crown timber rights, it could no longer survive.
Lytton and District Board of Trade