Fonds RBSC-ARC-1125 - Charles J. Christopherson fonds

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Charles J. Christopherson fonds

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RBSC-ARC-1125

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  • 1936-1992 (Creation)
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    Christopherson, Charles J., 1920-

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1.6 m of textual records;760 photographs

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Charles J. Christopherson, a Vancouver resident, was born in 1920. He was involved with the New School when it first began in 1962 and where his daughter was a student for two years. Beginning in the 1970s Christopherson was a member of the William Morris Society. He was also active in the Mount Pleasant community participating as a chairman in the Mount Pleasant Area Council, the Mount Pleasant Citizens' Committee, and the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood Association. He was later to become president of the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood Association.

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The fonds consists of family papers, personal correspondence, diaries, subject files, printed material and photographs reflecting Christopherson's attitudes about education, cooperatives and socialism. Correspondents include Bert Herridge, Alistair McLeod, and Mildred McLeod.

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Inventory available. PDF document attached.

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