Subseries - Barnes Family collection

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Barnes Family collection

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  • Source of title proper: Title of subseries based on attributions on a dispersed suite of photographs identified by catalogue cards and/or other description prepared by Doug Cox attached therewith.

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  • 1905- [1959?], predominant 1930-1949 (Creation)
    Creator
    Barnes family

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Physical description

ca. 250 photographs : b&w negatives, 12cm x 10cm and 35mm + some descriptive catalogue cards ; associated print contact sheets + descriptive tear sheets

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Custodial history

Donated to Doug Cox by the Barnes Family in the 1980s. Permission to digitize Barnes family images granted by Clint B. Laughlin, whose mother was born a Barnes. November 2014 (see donor file).

Scope and content

Creator sketch:
Frank Barnes was established in Blakeburn, BC prior to 1916. Barnes was a local logging and timber baron who was the primary supplier for all the mining outfits during the mining boom of the early twentieth century. Some members of the Barnes family include. Blakeburn is a ghost town today.

Content:
Subseries consists of a corpus of photographs donated by the Barnes family and provide a photographic record of the regions of Blakeburn and Coalmont, located in the Similkameen Valley. Subject matter deals primarily with logging, mining, and family life.
Subseries is arranged into 3 files.

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File list available

Associated materials

Similkameen collection
Mining collection

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Description record identifier

OSC-ARC-01-02-16

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Rules for Archival Description (CCA)

Status

Draft

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created 2015-06-25 by Paige Hohmann

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Sources

Malanchuck, T. (2008) Blakeburn: British Columbia’s Forgotten Ghost Town (rev. 2nd ed.). Chilliwack, BC: Malanchuck Publications. Retrieved Google Books, 17 June 2015.

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