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The fonds consists of photographs of ships built by the Burrard Dry Dock.
Burrard Dry Dock
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The fonds consists of photographs of ships built by the Burrard Dry Dock.
Burrard Dry Dock
The fonds consists of photographs of ships in English Bay and of scenes of North Vancouver, Howe Sound, and Indian Arm.
Downing, Claire Spence
The fonds consists of photographs of Vancouver streets and waterfront, as well as of North Vancouver.
F. Gowen Company
The fonds consists of photographs depicting scouting activities in North Vancouver and Howe Sound, portraits and panoramas in Vancouver, homes and panoramas of the Fraser Valley and troops at Glenogle.
Timms, George E.
The fonds consists of aerial photographs of North Vancouver, B.C.
The collection consists of material collected and generated in the process of putting together an exhibition of postcards at Presentation House Gallery in North Vancouver. The collection is divided into three series: It Pays to Play postcards, It Pays to Play gallery files (including catalogue), and postcards collected as source material in the research process, but not used in the exhibit.
The fonds consists of records relating to the business of the West Vancouver Transportation Company, which operated the first ferry system in West Vancouver. The records include general meeting minutes, board meeting minutes, a book of stock certificates, and two account books.
West Vancouver Transportation Company
Fonds consists of records of the operations and activities of the North Vancouver Youth Band, including minutes of meetings, records related to fundraising, the organization and conduct of tours, and information on many of the people involved with this organization, particularly Band Director Art Smith. Many photographs chronicle the band’s activities.
Fonds consists of the following series:
Board of Directors' Minutes series 1
Parents/Ladies Auxiliary series 2
Fund Raising series 3
Correspondence series 4
Programs and Publicity series 5
Awards and Honours series 6
Dennis Esson series 7
Clippings series 8
North Vancouver Youth Band Members Handbook series 9
North Vancouver Youth Band Bell Choir series 10
Photographs series 11
Art Smith series 12
"Sounds of the North Shore" series 13
North Vancouver Youth Band
The fonds consists of photographs created by Ronnie Tessler from 1986 to 1987 documenting a canoe project by the Nisga’a carver Norman Tait. The project was abandoned in the summer of 1987, and the canoe was left uncompleted. The photographs depict models for the canoe, transportation of the log for the canoe to the Museum of Anthropology, ceremonies performed throughout the project, and various stages of work on the canoe and model. Additional photographs from the same period depict a totem pole raising at Capilano Mall in North Vancouver and portraits of Les Baker, a model Tait wanted to use for a “white man” mask.
Sous-fonds contains records created and accumulated by Mary and David Macaree during the course of their preparation of the two publications '103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia' and '109 Walks in B.C.'s Lower Mainland'. Includes research notes on trails, photographs, maps and sample publications.
Macaree, Mary Watson, 1922-2008
The fonds consists of administrative records of the club, including minutes, reports, correspondence, financial statements, cabin visitor books, summit registers, membership records and others. It also contains many hundreds of photographs, glass plate negatives, films and other moving images, as well as publications of the BCMC, including the B.C. Mountaineer, the BCMC Newsletter, as well as hiking and climbing guides in whose publication the BCMC was involved. It also contains many news cuttings relating to hiking and climbing in British Columbia and activities of club members. These records document many aspects of the club's activities including their involvement in mountaineering, advocacy for land conservation, and natural history. The fonds also contains the records of Mary and David Macaree which they created and accumulated during the course of researching their publications '103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia' and '109 Walks in B.C.'s Lower Mainland'.
British Columbia Mountaineering Club
Fonds consists of the following record series: Vancouver-Burrard Presbytery and Executive meeting minutes (1959-2012); Subject files of the Presbytery Secretary (1959-1983); Pastoral Charge files of the Presbytery Secretary (1959-1983); Correspondence of the Presbytery;Secretary (1984-1989); and Presbytery committee records (1970-1983).
United Church of Canada. Vancouver-Burrard Presbytery
Fonds reflects the life and activities, in a public as well as private capacity, of the former City of North Vancouver mayor, John Edwin Loucks, spanning the years from the late 1940s into the first decade of the twenty-first century. Loucks' records are arranged in twelve series. The records consist of correspondence, agendas, photographs, cards, certificates and honours, events programmes, meeting minutes and reports, maps, pamphlets and newspaper clippings.
The fonds consists of administrative records and photographic material from the North Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club. The textual records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence and supporting material from 1923 to 2000, generated by the executive committee of the club and at annual general meetings. The fonds also contains a club history in essay form as well as three scrapbooks compiled by members of the executive committee, which contain photographs of all club presidents and the events that took place during their terms. Published materials include a club handbook from 2002-1014 and issues of 'The Toucher' newsletter from 1987 to 2012 and a club history. The fonds is divided into three series. Series one consists of records generated by the executive committee of the club. Materials include meeting minutes, correspondence and financial records. Series two consists of published materials. Series three is a club history scrapbook containing photographic material, newspaper clippings and textual records.
Fonds consists of records from Knox Presbyterian Church, West Lynnmour Church, Lynmmour and Seymour Heights Charge, Lynn Creek Methodist Church and Lynn Valley United Church. Records include Baptismal registers (1912-1989), Marriage registers (1921-1982), Burial register (1928-1973); Membership records (1910-1984); Session Minutes (1925-1971), Stewards/ Board of Managers minutes (1925-1966), Official Board minutes (1929-1992), Official Board correspondence (1969-1991), Official Board minutes (1962-1965), Trustees minutes (1911-1920), Board of Trustees minutes (1926-1952), Congregational meeting minutes (1967-1982), Building Committee minutes (1957-1959), Finance Committee Debentures (1972-1980); Legal and Property records (1957-1986); Ladies Aid Society minutes (1910-1920), Woman's Association minutes (1928-1962), Woman's Missionary Society minutes (1948-1951), United Church Women records (1949-1996); Men's Club Minutes (1956-1963); Sunday School records (1907-1969); Canadian Girls In Training cash book (1927-1930); Tennis Club cash book (1927); Worship Service bulletins (1975-1982); Church histories (1962-1978); Financial Record Books, Revenues and Expenses (1969-1983), Account Book (1957-1968); Annual Reports (1962-1985); Layout of Church Buildings (1959).
Lynn Valley United Church (North Vancouver, B.C.)
Fonds consists of a single record series: Writings (1953).
The fonds consists of black and white photographs and negatives. Subjects depicted include villages, boats and ferries, landscapes, bridges, logging clearcuts, and totem poles. Some of the photos appear to be of the Lions Gate Bridge, Stanley Park, and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
Collection consists of materials relating to Oliver’s ministry and work with the First Nations people. Collection contains Photographs (1934-1938), Memorabilia ([190-?]) and Reference materials ([193-?]-1988).
Susan Lindenberger was born in Charlottesville, Virginia and came to Vancouver in 1974. Prior to immigrating to Canada, she worked in campus ministry and as Education Director within the Presbyterian Church. Lindenberger served as Staff Associate at Ryerson United Church, Vancouver (1976-1980); St. Andrew's United Church, North Vancouver (1985-1988); and Dunbar Heights United Church, Vancouver (1988-1994). She also worked on many significant committees and working groups over a 25-year period, including: the BC Conference Children's Section, the National Committee for Theological Education for Ministry, BC Conference Interview Board, National Division of Mission in Canada, BC Conference Women in Ministry Committee, and BC Conference Task Force on Native Residential Schools. She served as President of BC Conference from 2002 to 2003. Lindenberger has also been a sessional lecturer and workshop leader at the Vancouver School of Theology in the areas of Christian Education, Biblical archaeology, pastoral liturgy, inclusive language, and intergenerational worship.