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Alice Boyd address book

Item is a red leather bound address book with the phrase "Where is it?" embossed in gold lettering on its front cover. Tucked inside the book are two calling cards, one from Mr. Robert Inglis the other from Rev. W. R. Gallacher.

"Roses and Roses" by Christina G. Rossetti [1 of 4]

Item is an original broadside poem by Christina Rossetti titled "Roses and Roses." Its first and only printing was in 1884. The poem was included in Rossetti's 1893 collection "Verses." Included with this item is a reproduction with annotations, a reproduction of a handwritten version of the poem held at the University of Kentucky, and an envelope from Norman Colbeck.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina

[Deep Cove banner - racoons canoeing]

Item is part of a set of burgundy banners which were hung in Deep Cove during the fall and winter. This banner features the artwork of Charles van Sandwyk which depicts two raccoons paddling down a river in a canoe.

[B.C.E.R. fare information sign]

Item is a sign providing B.C.E.R. customers with information about the Vancouver City Lines. This sign includes information about fares (cash fare, adult tickets, children's tickets, and weekly passes), transfers, and passenger safety. Information about how to make suggestions or lodge complaints with the company is also included on the sign.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his mother, Frances Mary Lavinia Rossetti [1 of 3]

Item is a photograph of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his mother, Frances Mary Lavinia Rossetti, playing chess in Dante's garden at 16 Cheyne Walk. The photograph is from an original negative by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, more popularly known by his pen name Lewis Carroll. Handwritten note on verso by William Michael Rossetti (identified through handwriting by Nudelman) reads: "1863, taken by Dodgson in Gabriel's Garden." Included with this item are two calling cards, one belonging to Dante and one to Frances.

[Letter from Walter Church and Walter C. Teter to Wilson L. Robinson. Together with The first returns from the Yukon]

Letter from Walter Church, Mining Engineer and Walter C. Teter, Mining Broker, San Francisco dated Jan. 20, 1896 to Wilson L. Robinson of Canton, NY. Mimeographed sheet seeking men for the mining camps in Alaska Gold Fields. Together with: The First Returns From the Yukon, a four page booklet listing the first men to return from the gold fields of the Yukon, their addresses and the approximate amounts brought out by each in gold dust and nuggets. Compiled by Church & Teter, Mining Engineers and Brokers, Mills Building, San Francisco, California and Juneau, Alaska.

Church, Walter

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