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Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945

Sub-series consists of promotional materials, correspondence, grant applications, financial records, meeting minutes, photographs, newspaper clippings, contracts, inventories and other records to do with the inaugural Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945 exhibition, which was produced by the Anne Frank Center USA and ran from November 7 to December 11, 1994.

Anne Frank: A History for Today

Sub-series consists of promotional materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, financial records, loan agreement, feedback forms and other records to do with the Anne Frank: A History for Today exhibition, which ran from October 15 to December 15, 2004.

Associations with other Outdoor Clubs/Federations

Sub-series consists of correspondence, reports and related records of various affiliated outdoor clubs including the Associated Mountaineering Clubs of North America, the Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs, the Federation of Mountain Clubs of British Columbia (FMCBC), the Mountain Access Committee (MAC) and the Varsity Outdoor Club (UBC).

[Item] Bulletin of the Associated Mountaineering Clubs of North America

[File] Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs
[File] Federation of Mountain Clubs of British Columbia - Mountain Access Committee
[File] Associations - General
[File] FMCBC Annual Report

B.C. Great Blue Heron Society (BCGBHS)

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 B.C. Great Blue Heron Society. The materials correspond to Martin Keeley's time with the Friends of Boundary Bay and their relationship to the B.C. Great Blue Heron Society.

Textual materials include minutes, financials and correspondence generated by the B.C. Great Blue Heron Society.

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

  1. B.C. Great Blue Heron Society (BCGBHS) sub-series
    1.1 B.C. Great Blue Heron Society Minutes/Financials file
    1.2 B.C. Great Blue Heron Society Correspondence file

Boundary Bay Conservation Committee (BBCCC)

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 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 include correspondence, letters, minutes, notices, bulletins, financials, studies, research, and court cases from the Boundary Bay Conservation Committee.

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

  1. Boundary Bay Conservation Committee (BBCC) sub-series
    1.1 BBCC Correspondence and Letters (to and from) file
    1.2 BBCC Minutes/Notices/Bulletins/Financials file
    1.3 BBCC Memberships/Policies/Financials file
    1.4 BBCC Research/Proposals/Studies file
    1.5 BBCC Court Case file

Building Bridges: Student Art Exhibit

Sub-series consists of grant applications, faxes, announcements, correspondence and colour slides depicting student artwork featured in the Building Bridges: Student Art Exhibit exhibition, as well as photographs of the exhibition and mural creation. Building Bridges was on display in summer 1996.

Burns Bog Conservation Society

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 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 include minutes, and brochures generated by the Burns Bog Conservation Society.

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

  1. Burns Bog Conservation Society sub-series
    1.1 Burns Bog Conservation Society Minutes/Brochures file

Commemorative programming

Sub-series is comprised of records documenting the programming of commemorative events organized annually by the VHEC. It is divided into four sub-sub-series by commemorative program: Kristallnacht, Yom HaShoah, High Holidays and International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Sub-series includes records from past commemorative programming activities organized by members of the VHCS.

Committee meetings

This sub-series consists of both textual and photographic evidence of the work and discussion from the committee formed to organize the Packers on the Trail exhibit. Included are detailed recordings of the minutes and ideas that correspond with the development of the project. These documents include the names of the members that were present at the meetings. This reflects the progress that was made and the duties assigned to different members. The photographic pieces included provide evidence of the members that were present during the meeting as well as the location, St. Peter’s Church Hall, where the meetings were held. This sub-series is arranged into three files: Report, Minutes, and three photographs of committee meetings.

Conference programming

Sub-series is comprised of records pertaining to the organization of educational conferences programmed for adults, including teachers, the second generation of Holocaust survivors and other members of the Jewish community.

Conferences are arranged in chronological order. They are single events with the exception of the Shafran Teachers’ Conference, which is bi-annual. Sub-series is arranged into the following sub-sub-series: Primo Levi conference (1993–1999), The Past Hangs Over the Future conference (1992–1999), The Second Generation and the Legacy of the Holocaust (2001), the Shafran teachers’ conference (1999–2019) and the 31st annual SFJCSH&D conference (2019).

Cultural programming

Sub-series consists of records generated as a result of the cultural programming activity of the VHEC and/or the VHCS. Records in sub-series include promotional and educational materials, budgets, publicity, correspondence and guest lists related to events organized or sponsored by the VHEC or the VHCS. Sub-series is further divided into sub-sub-series based on cultural form: Film and video events (1992–[2003]), Book events (1992–2003), Art and photography events (1989–1998), Music, theatre and radio events (1994–2009) and Other cultural events (1991–1992).

D.W.I. (Dragu Worker International)

D.W.I. (Dragu Worker International) was a piece of protest and performance art by Dragu first performed in 1984. Dragu organized a parade and demonstration. On leaflets distributed at the time, she wrote: "I started calling myself Dragu Worker International in July 1984. My official walkout started on Sept. 10th (one day before my 34th birthday). My strike is personal; an opportunity to articulate what my demands are. What the hell I am complaining about. They change and expand as my strike continues; and as I get in touch with my feelings about how I work as an actress, choreographer, performance artist, filmmaker, producer, cleaning lady, teacher, etc. etc...." The leaflet includes a list of demands and a photocopy of her parade permit from the Toronto police.

Delta Naturalists Society (DNS)

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 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 include newsletters generated by the Delta Naturalists Society.

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

  1. Delta Naturalists Society (DNS) sub-series
    1.1 Delta Naturalists Society Newsletters file

Education

This sub-series contains the 1st edition of the "Horses, horsepower and horsing around: school curriculum program" that is a part of the Packers on the Trail project. Between the efforts of Ross Peck, Jay Sherwood, and Rosaleen Boardman this program was created using information from the Packers on the Trail project. It includes curriculum for grades 4, 5 and 12. The program includes textual documents and explanations, as well as photographs and the photographs origin. It was created so that a school can utilize the database as well as the information collected for the Packers along the Trail project. This sub-series is arranged into one file: finished product.

Education

This sub-series covers Baker's involvement with summer drama schools during the 1960s and 1970s. It includes documents from the Manitoba High School Drama School, Manitoba Theatre School, Vancouver Island Summer School of the Arts and the Okanagan Summer School of the Arts, among others.

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