File contains textual material pertaining to Marjorie Groberman's personal correspondence.
File contains textual material pertaining to the Frome-Groberman family.
Fonds consists of one record series: Sermons (1994-2009).Bowman, Debra
Fonds consists of thirteen record series: Vancouver School of Theology / Union College (1953-2006); Council of Churches (1973-1985); Student Christian Movement (1962-1977); BC Conference on the Family (1975-1979); Ecumenical Consultation on Inter-Church Cooperation (1976-1977); Pacific Youth and Family Addiction Services Society (1987-1989); Alternatives to Justice and Corrections (1973-1981); Pastoral Institute (1971-1984); Boards and Committees of Other Organizations (1971-1986); Reference and Liaison Materials (1967-2004); Multi-faith and Ecumenical Work (1960-2004); Habitat Forum (1973-1976); Poverty Related Materials (1974-2000).Anderson, Val
Fonds consists of: copies of Zenith Digest and material relating to the administration of the Zenith Foundation; the Foundation’s participation as an intervener in the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal regarding Synthia Kavanagh and the Correctional Service of Canada; and copies of the following publications:
The Partnership, by Stephanie Castle
Shadows in the City, by Stephanie Castle
Tales from Cascadia - Volume One, by Stephanie Castle
A Tale of Two Wives, by Stephanie Castle
Prisoner of Gender, by Katherine Johnson & Stephanie Castle
As Much as Me?, by Margot Roberts
File contains textual material on Hadassah Wizo pre-convention held January, 1997 in Vancouver.
File contains textual material pertaining to Hadassah Wizo convention held January 10-14, 1997 in Vancouver.
File contains textual material pertaining to Hadassah Wizo post-convention held January, 1997 in Vancouver.
File contains textual material pertaining to the Negev Testimonial Dinner and the Woman of Valour Award.
File contains textual material pertaining to Hadassah Wizo bazaar in Vancouver and other cities.
File contains textual material pertaining to Hadassah Wizo (general information).
The fonds consists of sixteen series. The first series is of images of a Price Waterhouse press release; Vancouver Japanese Language School, Vancouver, BC. The second series is of images of a reception of a $5000 grant from the city of Vancouver to the Redress Committee, Vancouver City Hall, Vancouver, BC. The third series is of images of a Japanese Canadian Community Facility fund raising dinner; Vancouver, BC. The fourth series is of images of the JCCA Board of Directors; Vancouver, BC. The fifth series is an image of Art Miki and Brian Mulroney signing the Japanese Canadian Redress agreement at Ottawa, Ont. The sixth is an image of a Buddhist memorial service. The seventh series is of two photograph albums belonging to Kazuo Miki containing photographs of the Haney, BC, the Asahi baseball team, miscellaneous outdoor portraits and miscellaneous photographs of social gatherings, most of which were photographed during the 1920s and 1930s. The eighth series is of a group portraits belonging to Shizuko Miki. The ninth series is of photographs of Japanese Canadians in Slocan, BC during World War Two. The tenth series is of photographs of Japanese Canadians meeting with government officials and people at a booth providing information about the Japanese Canadian Internment. The eleventh series is of group portraits of Japanese Canadian groups and organizations. The twelfth series is of educational material pertaining to Japanese Canadians and the Japanese Canadian Internment. The thirteenth series is of pamphlets and postcards pertaining to Japanese Canadians and the Redress. The fourteenth series is of reports and publications that advocate for the Japanese Canadian Redress and provide information about the Japanese Canadian Internment. The fifteenth series is of newsletters and news publications relating to the Japanese Canadian Redress settlement. The sixteenth series is of cassette tapes surrounding historical tours and reactions to the Redress and Official apology by the Government of Canada to Japanese Canadians.Miki (family)
The fonds consists of photographs of houses in Greater Vancouver offered for sale in 1971.Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board
The fonds consists of photographs depicting people, places and events in the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley areas.Croton Studio
The fonds consists of records including operational and administrative files.Hillel Foundation of Vancouver
The fonds consists of photographs of Vancouver, Stanley Park, Burnaby, New Westminster, and White Rock of Harry Bullen and Richard Broadbridge.Bullen, Harry, b. 1880
The fonds consists of the following record series: Minutes of Synod Branch meetings (1914-1926); Minutes and other records of presbyterial branches, including Victoria, Westminster and Kamloops (1906-1926); and Presbyterial accounts (1912-1926).Presbyterian Church in Canada. Woman's Missionary Society. British Columbia Synod Branch
The collection consists of Timms' lantern slides and glass negatives depicting scenes of Vancouver, New Westminster, Bowen Island, Garibaldi, and the Cariboo. Includes photographs of the Timms family and of outings by the Vancouver Natural History Society. Collection also includes slides of previously published material on subjects of personal interest to Timms.
Collection consists of 2 series. The first series includes photographs of Allsebrooks Japanese Canadian friends, and the second series consists of correspondence.
Fonds consists of original cartoons drawn by Len Norris while he was employed as the Vancouver Sun's political cartoonist. The cartoons depict various topics from local, provincial, and national politics.Norris, Len
The fonds consists of photographs and slides of scenes of Vancouver, Jasper, New Westminster, Port Moody, North Vancouver, Richmond, West Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Surrey, Matsqui and Huntingdon, many depicting railway activity.Adams, Norris, d. 1992