- CA AHM 1985-8-1-9
The fonds consists of Bea Inkman's personal diaries, 1940-1980.
Inkman, Beatrice, b. 1892
The fonds consists of Bea Inkman's personal diaries, 1940-1980.
Inkman, Beatrice, b. 1892
The fonds consists of personal correspondence and legal documents of Dr. McCaffrey, including his will.
McCaffrey, Peter Sinclair
The fonds consists of correspondence, ranch diaries (Chilancoh Ranch), business records and personal records including diaries kept by T.L. Bayliff, G.T.L Bayliff and Hugh Peel Lane Bayliff.
The fonds consists of Clement Francis Cornwall's diaries recording life at Ashcroft Manor and as a senator in 1872 in Ottawa. It also contains Cornwall's bench books from ca. 1891 to 1906.
Cornwall, Clement Francis, 1836-1910
The fonds consists of the records of David H. Flaherty created throughout his professional and private life. They include project research files relating to his work with Canadian and international privacy issues during his time at the University of Western Ontario from 1972 to 1987; teaching and lecture files on early American history, and American and Canadian legal and constitutional history from his time at Princeton, the University of Virginia and the University of Western Ontario from 1963 to 1991; and his personal files including diaries, correspondence, photographs and subject files from 1949 to 2005, including those from his time as the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia. Within each series, the files are arranged roughly by date. The personal files have been divided by Flaherty into open and restricted files.
Flaherty, David H.
The fonds consists of monthly timebook (1927-1928) listing Auger's road work and other jobs; applications for car licences and applications, correspondence and banking records. Fonds includes a ledger of daily accounts of Thomas Auger.
Auger, Samuel Walker
The fonds consists of personal papers amassed by Cy Hardings. Contents include photographs, correspondence, architectural plans, maps, a wedding scrapbook, and stationary from Union Steamships Ltd., Evergreen Park Resort, and Bowen Island Waterworks Ltd.
The fonds consists of the records of Alex and Helen Ross. It includes correspondence, financial records, paperwork from the Seniors Housing Cooperative and Bowen Island Historians, climatological data, and draft articles and correspondence relating to Alex’s work as a climatological observer for the Undercurrent newspaper.
The fonds consists of records collected and created by Ian Benson pertaining to Bowen Island's Official Community Plan, The Bowen Island Trust Committee, and The Bowen Island Advisory Planning Commission. The fonds includes personal correspondence, financial records, and various ephemeral records.
Benson, Iain T.
The fonds consists of records of the Davies family, including correspondence, mail contracts and postmaster records, and other business records of William J. Davies, including licences and ledgers of Davies and Company and a cashbook (1909-1911) for Davies Store; correspondence, bills and receipts of William Arthur Edward Davies, including a record book of his taxi service and cashbook of the Bowen Park Store; photographs accumulated by Herbert Lyle Davies depicting members of the Davies family and friends on Bowen Island, and scenes of various aspects of early island life, including logging and ferry service; and, postcards and ephemera of various family members.
The fonds consists of the papers created and collected by Margaret Fougberg. Materials include correspondence and research notes, and predominantly relate to genealogy and local history. Research topics include the Collins family, the Smith family, and the Davies family, and other early Bowen Island residents.
The fonds consists of the personal records of Muriel and Einar Neilson, including legal and financial records, correspondence, scripts from Muriel’s radio shows, biographical writings by Muriel, and photographs, predominantly of Lieben and its visitors.
The fonds consists of records created and collected by Laurens Reid while he lived on Bowen Island. It includes correspondence, a photograph album, and an assortment of research notes and draft articles created by Reid while he was the editor and publisher of "The Undercurrent".
Reid, Laurens Vernon
The fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by Robert Prittie. It include records of cottage rentals on Bowen Island (1961-1963), correspondence and published materials relating to land use, development, and community planning on the Bowen Island (1962-1974), and GVRD electoral district zoning maps (1961-1962).
Prittie, Robert W.
The fonds consists of the personal papers of Helen Chambers as well as papers accumulated by her regarding Bowen Island civic societies. Textual materials include legal papers and correspondence relating to land use and taxation (1947-1967), minutes and constitutions of civic societies (1967-1978), and notes from a Bowen Island Historians research project.
The fonds consist primarily of correspondence between Don Corby and Hamilton Mack Laing between the years 1954-1979 and Don Corby and Sidney DEsterre (Dusty) between the years 1945-1947. Fonds include a hunting permit for Hamilton Mack Laing and two photographs of Hamilton Mack Laing.
Corby, Don, 1928-
The fonds contain textual records regarding J.B. Holmes and family. Predominantly the fonds consist of records generated by J.B. Holmes. Photographs are predominantly of members of the Holmes family and early pictures of Comox and area. The textual records consist of correspondence, financial records, legal documents, land leases, real estate documents, newspaper clippings and obituaries. The fonds also contain a mercantile diary of J.B. Holmes during his role as store keeper in Comox.
The fonds consist of extensive research files on Hamilton Mack Laing, used in writing his book Hamilton Mack Laing: Hunter Naturalist. Included are primary research notes, interviews, correspondence, 1st draft of Laing manuscript. The fonds also consist of photographs taken by Hamilton Mack Laing of nature, his naturalist peers and his home in Comox.
Mackie, Richard, 1957-
The fonds consist of correspondence to Francis James Mayer as well as Richard James Neville Mayers from Hamilton Mack Laing and Wife Ethel Laing. Fonds include photographs taken by Hamilton Mack Laing documenting his and wife Ethels homesteading adventures in Comox and typed unpublished manuscript BayBrook Lifes Greatest Adventure. Fonds include handwritten and typed natural history articles that were published in various outdoor sport magazines. Copies of magazine articles are also include in fonds. Hamilton Mack Laing was a well known wildlife author, photographer and museum collector, and artist, and made his home in Comox on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Born in 1883 in Ontario, Laing grew up on a Manitoba farm, attended art school in New York, and traveled the American west before becoming a school principal, photographer, writer, naturalist, bird collector, and nut farmer during his 99 years. He was well known in hunting and wildlife circles on Vancouver Island.
The fonds consists of photographs depicting farming in Lister, Creston Valley roads in winter, Canyon Street in 1909, stump blasting, various members of the Craigie and Maxwell families, and scenes of activities of general life in Creston. The fonds also includes a letter (1911) to E.H. Maxwell documenting the sale of the Maxwell property.
The fonds consists of the personal papers and photographs of Grant Thorburn, Elizabeth Thorburn and Donald Butt, and records of Tzouhalem Hotel, including hotel registers (1937-1948), hotel daybook (1933-1939), receipts and correspondence.
This fonds consists of one autograph book belonging to Peter Demosten, and six photographs relating to the Capadouca family's activities on Deas Island.
The fonds consists of records and photographs that document the activities of Ethel's parents, children and husband, and collections of photographs, taped and transcribed interviews, historical notes, and records accumulated in her function as member of various organizations, author of a memoir "From Dawn to the Twilight Years", and local historian. The fonds contains miscellaneous records of the I.O.D.E. and the Delta Museum and Archives, and photographs of members of the I.O.D.E. and Dugout committee. The fonds holds a collection of Mowat family photographs used in Ethel's memoir; a collection of records and photographs, largely belonging to the McKee family, found at the McKee House prior to its renovation as a Senior Citizen's Centre; and a collection of taped and transcribed interviews with Ethel and Sid Mowat, and others conducted by Ethel with local residents, including Bob Trim and Rosetta Saga.
The fonds consists of submisions and briefs, correspondence, minutes, landscape plans, and reference material generated by Mr. Landysheff's interest in promoting better community parks and recreation facilities for Delta. The fonds also includes Mr. Landysheff's original registers of meteorological observations taken at Pebble Hill, Tsawwassen, as well as publications from and correspondence with the Meteorological Branch. The fonds also includes memorabilia and writings by Mr. Landysheff on topics related to his work in the sugar beet industry, and to his interests in the history and welfare of his adopted country. The fonds has been arranged in four series: Weather observation materials; Community campaign and project materials; Writings; and Memorabilia.
Landysheff, John Joseph, b. 1893
The fonds consists of 136 photographs, some loose, most mounted in a photo album. The photographs include scenes of farming, travel, family, and livestock.