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St. Joseph's School of Nursing (Victoria, B.C.) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1900-1981

The collection consists of graduation photographs: portraits of individuals and groups; some entrance classes, images made in connection with hospital work, a graduation film. Les Spencer negatives are available for many of the photographs, as they arrived in the archives with a number code, corresponding to the photographic print. Most of the collection is from records compiled by the alumnae of the School of Nursing. The Les Spencer fonds contains negatives of the School of Nursing and of St. Josephs Hospital. The Feniak fonds, for conservation purposes, has been incorporated into the class series. The Margaret Sangster fonds remains intact.

St. Joseph's Hospital (Victoria, B.C.) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1875-1994

The collection documents a century of progress in the nursing field. Some overlap with St. Josephs School of Nursing collection exists. The videotapes are of the chapel services arranged by the pastoral care team (Fairfield Health Centrea section of St. Josephs Hospital that has had a variety of uses).

St. Joseph's Hospital (Victoria, B.C.) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1875-1994

The fonds consists of house chronicles; local council minutes; local accounts; Board of Management minutes; financial records (including those relating to gifts, loans, property issues, accounts, contracts, and buildings); guest books; correspondence; records relating to the Chapel; historical monographs; biographical material and subject files. Many of the records document the formation of the South Vancouver Island Hospital Society and the subsequent transfer of St. Joseph's Hospital (later Victoria General Hospital) by the Sisters of St. Ann to that society.

St. Joseph's Hospital (Victoria, B.C.)

Mount St. Mary Hospital fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1941-

The fonds consists of house chronicles; local council minutes; local accounts and visitations; financial records (comptes-rendus, annual reports and accounts, inventories and appraisals); correspondence; guest books; records of land transactions; biographical material; and, subject files.

Mount St. Mary Hospital (Victoria, B.C.)