Fonds - Salmon Arm Forest District fonds

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Salmon Arm Forest District fonds

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CA SAM

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  • 1928-1990 (Creation)
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    Salmon Arm Forest District

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ca. 22,355 photographic prints;8.8 cm of maps

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(-2003)

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March 31st, 2003 the Salmon Arm office of Salmon Arm Forest District, closed its doors permanently and incorporated in Okanagan Shuswap Forest District, Vernon, BC. A collection of aerial photographs were given to Salmon Arm Museum on permanent loan. Dates range between 1928 and 1990. Majority of photographs are black and white. Color photographs date between 1989 and 1990. Photographs are stored in filing cabinets #1, #2, #3 in the basement of the Salmon Arm Museum.

A separate collection is arranged for use by silverculturists dating between 1984 and1990. Photographs are color and are in filing cabinet #4 Museum basement.

Aerial photographs were taken by the Department of National Defense and later by the British Columbia government. Copyright has not been transferred to Salmon Arm Museum. An inventory list was completed on approximately 22,355 photographs.

Two map cabinets are adjacent to the aerial photographs. A wooden map cabinet contains air photograph map indices. These map indices show flight line location and numbering of aerial photos taken between 1952 and 1994. A metal chest cabinet contains forestry district overlays; enlarged aerial negatives and photos; map mosaics; recreation maps of areas from Chase to Revelstoke to Oyama, BC; grazing area permits and licenses on crown land; and Federated Co-Operative Operational Cut Block Plans.

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Fonds is arranged into four series and consists of aerial photographs and negatives, paper maps, and overlay. Majority of photographs are black and white. Color photographs date between 1989 and 1990. A separate collection is arranged for use by silverculturists dating between 1984 and 1990. Photographs are color. Aerial photographs were taken by the Department of National Defense and later by the British Columbia government. Fonds includes air photograph map indices. These map indices show flight line location and numbering of aerial photos taken between 1952 and 1994. Fonds also includes forestry district overlays; enlarged aerial negatives and photos; map mosaics; recreation maps of areas from Chase to Revelstoke to Oyama, BC; grazing area permits and licenses on crown land; and Federated Co-Operative Operational Cut Block Plans.

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BCAUL control number: SAM-3377

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