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File contains scanned copies of Alan Haig-Brown's photographs of various boats along the Fraser River, including the Delta Queen V, and of a damaged container ship towed into Seattle from Gulf of Alaska. Also included are photographs of Northern Girl, operated by Logger Freight Services out of Granville Island in 1966; Alan Haig-Brown was second engineer (deck hand) on Northern Girl in May and June 1966.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of the Yucata Spirit tug towing log booms through the Yucultas.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of various boats and ships in the greater Vancouver area, including a sailboat and a container ship, oil tankers, tugs towing lumber and gravel barges, yachts and commuter boats. The vessels depicted in the photographs are Matilda (Malta), Jai Ho/MOL Strength (Panama), Azzura, Argent Cosmos (Panama), Sea Imp X, and Coastlink Ferries.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of ships taken from the Lion's Gate Bridge, including the Seaspan Revolution and Seaspan Hawk tugs pushing the Stavanger Viking.

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of various boats and ships in Astoria, OR and Vancouver, BC. Included are photographs of Seven Daughters (fishing boat), Calamari (fishing boat), Chellisa Michelle (fishing boat), Celebrity Mercury (cruise ship), Spirit of Oceans (passenger ship), Manfred Nystrom (towing vessel), Norwegian Sun (cruise ship), Veendam (cruise ship) and the R. G. McBeath (Vancouver Police boat). Also contains photographs of the Maritime Memorial Park beneath the Astoria bridge.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "Anya and I stayed overnight in Astoria and took pics along the river and then went out to the ship wreck at the ocean beaches."

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of tugs on the Fraser River in New Westminster - including Seaspan Scout, Seaspan Prince, Granny Hutch and a group of Cates tugs - and Pacificat Voyager (passenger vessel) on the carrier vessel Dockwise Swift.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "The first of three "fast cats" sold by BC Ferries to Washington Marine has been resold to Dubai owner and is being loaded out on the Dockwise vessel Swift at Deep Cove in Burrard Inlet near Vancouver BC for the six week voyage to her new owners. Other two will be taken later."

Haig-Brown, Alan


File contains photographs of boats and ships on the Fraser River near New Westminster, including the Dorothy Mackenzie (tug), Captain Cook (tug), Ocean Gayle (tug), Hyperion Leader (vehicle carrier), as well as a sea plane landing. Also contains photographs of the Annacis marine base.

Haig-Brown, Alan

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File contains photographs of various boats and ships near the Vancouver Harbour, including tugs, cruise ships and the Burrard Pacific Breeze. Canada Place can be seen in multiple photographs.

Haig-Brown, Alan

Fish Catching

Series consists of captain’s and fisher persons’ logbooks, journals, ledgers, boat and boating equipment records, and traps and trap equipment records. Inverness Cannery caught and canned five species of salmon: sockeye, pink, chum, coho, and spring, as well as halibut, tuna, and herring. They used Troll fishing boats, Gillnet boats and Seiners, as well as operated 5 freshwater salmon traps. Statistics relating to fish catches and fish packs, as well as river and weather conditions are available in the series. Workers in the cannery included Chinese, European, Indigenous, and Japanese men and women, and records relating to these individual groups are available in the series. Records in relation to World War One and World War Two are also in this series, including impoundment and sale of Japanese owned vessels, and applications for delayed military service for commercial fishermen.