The fonds consists of family photographs of the Acreman family and friends in Esquimalt, including wedding photograph of John and Ethel Acreman (1915) and photographs of Acreman children.Acreman (family)
Fonds consists of family papers and memorabilia of the Addison family. Includes letters and cards sent for Jane Addison's one-hundredth birthday in 1988, certificates from various fraternal societies and service organizations, materials related to the Queen's 1953 Coronation, photographs predominantly related to George Addison's aldermanic duties. Also includes class lists and other materials related to the John Shaw School reunion organized by Audrey Curtis (nee Addison) in 1991.Addison (family)
The fonds consists of one black paper photograph album comprised of photographs taken during Cameron's travels up the Mackenzie River with her niece, Jessie Cameron Brown, May to September, 1908, and photographs taken during Cameron's trip to Britain, 1909-1911. Some Canadian photographs were published in Cameron's book "The New North: Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey Through Canada to the Arctic" (1910).Cameron, Agnes Deans
Fonds consists of personal records of the Aitken family and material related to the employment of Thomas and Isaac Aitken. Includes correspondence to Thomas Aitken related to compensation and pension payments; invoices and receipts for the funeral and burial of Mary A. Greenwell and John B.Greenwell; information circulars from the Workmen's Compensation Board, the Unemployment Insurance Commission and the New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Company; Thomas Aitken's Sick and Accident fund passbook from the Western Fuel Corporation; Certificates of Competency for Thomas and Isaac Aitken; copies of the Constitution of the International Union of the United Mine Worker's of America, the Wage Agreement between Canadian Collieries and UMWA, District No. 18 and a copy of the I.C.S. Coal Miner's Handbook; a handbill for a union meeting, a medical certificate for Isaac; and a small notebook that records cheques sent and received and various other items. Also included are the eye glasses and cases of Thomas and Mary Aitken.Aitken (family)
Collection consists of 2 series. The first series includes photographs of Allsebrooks Japanese Canadian friends, and the second series consists of correspondence.
The collection consist of sound recordings of interviews primarily with pioneers and local residents of the Alberni Valley on Vancouver Island.
The fonds consists of correspondence, bills, tax records, receipts, statements of account, production reports, and ephemera.Woods, Alex E.
Fonds is comprised of correspondence, photographs, identity and personal documents, society registration documents, minutes, clippings, memorabilia and ephemera created or collected by Alexander and Gina Dimant in Poland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Italy and Canada. Records pertain to their family history, work, school, and social and volunteer activities prior to and after the Second World War.
Records have been arranged into the following series: Correspondence (1941–2019), Photographs ([1920?]–, Personal records (1938–2013), Artefacts (1940–[before 1948], 1997), Clippings and ephemera ([after 1942]–2016) and Janusz Korczak Association of Canada records (2001–2008).Dimant family
Fonds includes a speech describing Fortune's first impressions of British Columbia (1906), a speech describing early B.C. when the first Sunday Schools were established (1913), photocopies of reminiscences of the Overland Trek (originals at the Greater Vernon Museum & Archives and Calgary), photocopies of essays titled Earthquake and Rum and Shuswap Indians (originals at B.C. Provincial Archives), correspondence with John Ross and J.G. Burns (1905-1908), receipts (1908), and a program with photograph honouring Mr. and Mrs. Fortune (1911).Fortune, Alexander L.
The fonds consists of correspondence, certificates, invitations and ephemera of Alexander Lockley and photographs of Esquimalt events and of Mr. and Mrs. Lockley.Lockley, Alexander
The fonds consists of photographs of Commander Wurtele, scenes of Esquimalt and staff of the Esquimalt municipal government; text of a radio speech; and written and taped reminiscences..Wurtele, Alfred Charles
The fonds consists of a copy of a letter and manuscript relating to T.A. Pepin.Pepin, Alfred E.
The fonds consists of 3 ration books issued to Alfred and Edna Trattle, and 4 meat tokens issued between 1939-1945. Also included is Alfred Trattle's 1912 baptismal certificate, a 1940 consignment agreement for Trattle and Wolstenholm for tires and tubes, and a 1952-1953 safe driving identification card issued to Alfred Trattle.Trattle, Alfred
The fonds consists of receipts for Normal School tuition (1939) and a certificate of appointment and acknowledgment of resignation as a teacher at North Cedar School.Fiddick, Alice
Fonds consists of correspondence, diaries, annuals, a scrapbook, legal records, newspaper clippings, a collection of certificates, and photographs. These records pertain to activities in which the members of the Allison family engaged in both in New Westminster and other locations. Fonds is composed of the following series: Military Records, Professional/Civic Records, Scholastic Records, Legal Records, Matheson Mansion Records, Athletic Records, Family Records, and Fraternal Organizations Records.Allison (family)
Fonds consists of photographs relating to the personal life and recreational activities of Andrew Reid and extended family members. Andrew Reid and his friends were avid skiers and hikers and many of the photographs are of skiing at Hollyburn Ridge hiking in the North Shore mountains, or days on the beach in West Vancouver. The fonds also includes images of Alta Lake in Whistler, excursions to Bowen Island, the West Vancouver Tennis Club, the Royal visit of George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1939, Andrew Reid's place of work, Forst's Radio and Appliance in North Vancouver, and its staff, as well as construction of the Lions Gate Bridge.Reid, Andrew
The fonds consists of the following series: Correspondence, 1947-1995; Autobiography manuscripts, 1948-1995; Photographs, 1948-1980; Writing, 1940-1996; Subject files; Newspaper subject files; Newspaper reprints; Newspapers, 1958-1978; Scrapbook of B.C. provincial campaign, 1975; Recording of meeting with Andy Bigg and staff of Cowichan Pictorial regarding joining Union, 1973. The Newspapers include: a complete set of the Western Advocate, 1958-1959, and a complete set of front covers of the Cowichan Pictorial, 1966-1978.Bigg, Andy, 1915-
Fonds consists of personal records and research notes of Ann C. Rebagliati. Includes hand-written research notes on history of Lytton and family geneology, including parents Angelo and Concessa, siblings Mary, George, Louise, Marie A., John Carl, and Alonzo Joseph. Also includes 6 ration books, 1 certificate, 1 Canada West Publication, and 2 photographs.Rebagliati, Ann C.
The fonds consists of photocopied and transcribed letters between the sisters and their mother, a manuscript and newspaper clippings, and divided into three series.Gordon, Ann Lowden, 1865-1941
Fonds consists of the correspondence from Alice Levett to Annie Colton, 1892-1893.Colton, Annie
The fonds consists of certificates and awards of recognition received by Annie McVie for her community work along with photographs of McVie and of buildings operated by the Victoria Senior Citizens Housing Authority.McVie, Annie
The fonds consists of photographs of Annie Staton as May Queen, telegrams, and correspondence.Staton, Annie
The fonds consists of correspondence pertaining to Waldie's appointment as notary public, his exemption from military service, investments, and the Knox Presbyterian Church. Fonds also includes correspondence of J.D. Anderson, correspondence and reports of W.K. Esling, Member of Parliament, and financial records of Esling's estate.Waldie, Andrew R.
The fonds consists of records relating to his career as a journalist and to his family life in Victoria. It has been arranged in two series, Autobiography and Writing. The Autobiography series consists of Archies autobiographical works, which document his service in World War I and his family life and career. It has been arranged into three sub-series: All in A Lifetime, My Life in the Army, and Travel. The Writing series consists of his published and unpublished work, and background material for it. The series shows his interest in making new generations of Victoria residents aware of their citys history and aware of World War I history. It has been arranged into two sub-series: Articles and Stories, and Broadcasts. Records include typed manuscripts, clippings of Archies published articles, photographs including photograph albums, diaries, scrapbooks, war medals, and ephemera.Wills, Archie
Collection consists of birth, marriage, naturalization and other certificates and papers for Steven Arman and Guiseppina Tognini. Some of the documents are in Italian.Arman (family)