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Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung collection
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Moulded glass ashtray made for use aboard Canadian Pacific train and steamship services, with matchbox holder and the entwined initials "C.P.R."


Rail section

Steel rail section, souvenir of the centennial of the completion of the transcontinental railway, part of the last rail laid on the C.P.R., Craigellachie, BC, Nov 7, 1985. Donated by Mr. W.S. Miller and Mr. W.H. Evans



Enamel and metal button reading "Port Captain, 350, Cristobal" presumably made for the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service

F.G. Clover Co.


Brass plaque depicting a street scene in Chinatown, San Francisco, California. The back is inscribed "Pac. D.G. Co," which may stand for Denver and Rio Grande Railroad which merged with Southern Pacific Railroad and ran a passenger train...



List of drawings mounted on wood related to the CPR Transfer Barge No. 9. Drawing list was originally stored in Box CARTO-0003, Accesion number CC-CARTO-00018



List of drawings mounted on wood for the S.S. "Yukon Princess" Originally stored in : Plans for theYukon Princess and Chilkoot. Box number CARTO-0003, Accesion number : CC-CARTO-00017



Drawing titles and plan numbers for the Princess of Nanaimo mounted on card and wood. Originally stored in Box number CARTO-0001 Accession number CC-CARTO-00013



Porcelain "Hotel Ware" platter decorated with the Green Band pattern of a green border outlined by a green pinstripe with a stylized "C.P.R." logo on a white body. Produced for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company

W.H. Grindley and Company

Wash basin

Porcelain wash basin decorated with the Tremblant pattern of a red band and red pinstripe at the centre inside the basin with a red circular garter emblem labelled "Canadian Pacific Railway" on a white body

W.T. Copeland


Silver tray engraved with the entwined double-lined initials "C.P.R." with "Empress" engraved underneath

Herbert Bushell and Son

Call box

Wood wall mounted call box with glass pane covering a white painted plate with eight apertures and sliding red disc indicators activated when stewards on board ship were called for service to cabins A, B, C, D, E, Chief Steward, Coffee Room or Din...


Filing devices

Three metal filing devices, one board cover, one stand and one ring. Originally used in the offices of the Wing Sang Company to accumulate and maintain files of business around 1900 to the 1920s. "The Archive File" used to assemble a fil...

Wing Sang Company

Newel post

Wood newel post from the Empress of Japan, launched in 1890 by the Naval Construction and Armaments Company of Barrow, England. Turned, fluted and carved with acanthus leaves and topped with a carved stylized chrysanthemum for a knob. One newel po...


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