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Christmas card list and cards

A list of nineteen names with addresses, among them J. J. Forster and Seto More of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in British Columbia, together with four unused printed greeting cards for Christmas from Mr. and Mrs. Yip Mow, with envelopes.

Yip, Mow

Canadian Pacific Railway

Booklet promoting a viewpoint against the construction of the railway. Three copies. Two copies contain Maps Illustrating the Hewson Projected Pacific Railway Line. One copy bound in board. One copy missing front cover. One copy is on display in t...

Hewson, M. Butt

Some startling facts relating to the Canadian Pacific Railway and the north-west lands, also a brief discussion regarding the route, the western terminus and the lands available for settlement

Booklet regarding the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway and colonization of the Canadian Northwest, suggesting a different route through the Rockies to the west. Two copies, one copy missing the front cover.

Horetzky, Charles

An appeal to public opinion against the railway being carried across the Selkirk range, that route being objectionable from the danger of falls from glaciers and from avalanches, also, generally on other matters

Pamphlet appealing to the public and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to find a less treacherous route through the Rocky Mountains than the current route through the Selkirk Range. Includes a fold out map.

Veritas., Philo.

Chinese medicine formula

Includes bound book of Chinese medicine and acupuncture written in old style Chinese with calligraphy. This text might have been published in China and taken to Canada by the Chinese immigrants who were members of the Chinese Freemasons.

Cheekungtong (Chinese Freemasons)

Chinese medical text (Dashend he pian)

Includes bound book of Chinese medicine and acupuncture written in old style Chinese with calligraphy. This text might have been published in China and taken to Canada by the Chinese immigrants who were members of the Chinese Freemasons.

Cheekungtong (Chinese Freemasons)

Correspondence

Includes handwritten correspondence that pertains to Chinese immigrants' family and financial issues, such as requests for monetary assistances and undelivered family letters to China. Records also include correspondence that reflects the imp...

Cheekungtong (Chinese Freemasons)

Diary

MacDonell's 1938 diary is sparsely written in and recounts his travels, correspondence, and daily activities. He sailed from Honolulu to Victoria on February 4 and arrived February 10. Returned to Edmonton and visited Clandonald. Includes cas...

Mundy Maps Co.

Diary

MacDonell used a 1925 "Daily Journal" for his 1941 diary. Includes three entries made in 1925: January 1st, September 3rd and 5th. On January 1st, 1925, MacDonell was in Ottawa with Mr. Conroy figuring out the Vermilion land deal; in Sep...

Mundy Maps Co.

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