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Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung collection

  • RBSC-ARC-1679
  • Collection
  • ca.1860-2008

The collection consists of documents, archival records, photographs, ephemera and artifacts related to three broad themes: British Columbia history, immigration and settlement and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Included are the archival fonds of the Yip family and Yip Sang Company, the Dart Coon Club and Chinese Freemasons of Victoria, Hugh G. Robinson (regarding the S.S. Greenhill Park Explosion), Rev. MacDonnell (regarding the Clandonald colony of Scottish immigrants in Alberta) and the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service. Includes documents, ephemera and artifacts of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, including records of travelers on CPR rail and steamships.

Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung

Betty Clarke Pearson collection

  • RBSC-ARC-1819
  • Collection
  • 1939-2003

This collection consists of correspondence and published materials gathered by Betty Clarke Pearson about the last voyage of Empress of Canada that was sunk by an Italian submarine on March 14th, 1943. Betty's father, John St.Claire Clarke, was the chief officer of Empress of Canada at the time of the attack. He survived while nearly 400 others were lost. Betty gathered these documents which include newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, and a memorandum speech, reflecting stories of her father along with other survivors of the attack.

A Souvenir of a Voyage of Discovery aboard the T.E.V. Princess Patricia

A package of memorabilia for children, originally housed in a plastic sleeve. Including: a booklet about Captain Cook and his journey; three colouring posters; a printed 'Poem of Alaska'; a 'personal scroll' that talks about the cruise; a title page; and a record album called "Captain Cook and the Pacific Ocean".

Canadian Pacific Railway Company

Alaska! Inside Passage Cruises

A folder containing information about Alaskan cruises aboard the T.E.V. Princess Patricia. Including: letters about how enjoyable the cruise was; a daily bulletin pamphlet; a pamphlet about the cruise generally; information from the public relations department; a clipped portion of a paper bag with a picture of an Alaskan village; a photocopy of a newspaper article about a teacher taking the trip; some sales material; and copies of menus.

Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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