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Nanaimo Zoning Board of Appeal fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1937-1967

Fonds consists of minutes of the Board of Appeal. Minute book also includes minutes of the Market Committee, the Waterworks Committee, the Court of Revision and Public Hearings.

Nanaimo (B.C.). Board of Appeal

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Nanaimo) collection

  • Fonds
  • 1953, 1956, 1981, 1985

Collection consists of correspondence from the national headquarters of the R.C.M.P. to the Museum regarding the history of the detachment (1981); four photographs of various officers (1953, 1956, [1985?]) and a copy of a letter to Corporal Kuchta regarding recognition of his outstanding police service (1985).

City of Nanaimo Pound fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1912-1953

Fonds consists of a record book (1912-1953) which lists each impounded animal, the claimant's name and address, and charges and a notice of impoundment (1915) signed by Pound Keeper, Jack Aitken (1915).

Nanaimo (B.C.). City Pound

J.P. Planta fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1886-1903

The fonds consists of Magistrate's records for 1889-1891, including depositions and inquest reports, records relating to the financial affairs of Martha O'Sullivan and J.B. Holmes (1886-1898), for whom Plant acted as agent, miscellaneous business papers (1887-1888), photographs, and four notebooks of spiritual, historical and other notes (ca. 1903).

Planta, Joseph Phrys, b. 1839

Nanaimo Gaol fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1877-1884

The fonds consists of the register for the Nanaimo Gaol (1877-1884).

Nanaimo Gaol

Harry Hickling fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1917

Fonds consists of letters and a certificate related to Hickling's 1917 appointment as Nanaimo's Coroner.

Hickling, Harry

Magistrate's Office fonds: 1863, 1865

  • Fonds
  • Photocopied ca. 1993

Fonds consists of correspondence from the Colonial Secretary to the Nanaimo Magistrate's office (1863) and an issue of the Government Gazette of Vancouver Island, May 9, 1865.

Vancouver Island (Colony). Nanaimo Magistrate's Office