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The fonds consists of Knight's photographs of prospecting, placer mining, harvesting, riding the rails, logging and mining camps throughout B.C.
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The fonds consists of Knight's photographs of prospecting, placer mining, harvesting, riding the rails, logging and mining camps throughout B.C.
The fonds consists of minutes of meetings of the Vancouver First Branch of the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners.
Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners. Vancouver First Branch
The fonds consists of correspondence and a membership list.
British Columbia Psychological Association
The fonds consists of Clegg's stereographic photographs of glaciers and mountains in B.C. and Alberta.
The fonds consists of a photograph album depicting the Company's operations at Bullion, and views of the Quesnel River, pipes, gravel-washing processes, and reservoirs.
Consolidated Cariboo Hydraulic Mining Company
The fonds consists of records generated in the process of researching and writing "A History of Nutrition Programs in British Columbia (1900-1979)". Fonds includes manuscripts, newspaper clippings, and reports.
Noble, Doris L.
The fonds consists of Bennett's photographs of Vancouver, Rossland, Victoria, Rogers Pass, Banff, Washington State and the ships Tartar and the Empress of Japan.
The fonds consists of writings, correspondence, newsclippings, programmes, greeting cards and drawings gathered together in a scrapbook.
Skaife, Edith Hilda
The fonds consists of a photograph album received from graduating students of Glenmere High School, Slocan City, 1946. Fonds includes photographs and cards mounted in the album.
The fonds consists of documents generated in the course of Wollaston's personal and prospecting activities in the Fairview-Similkameen (1898) and western Vancouver Island areas (1899), and his subsequent business activities in Victoria. Fonds includes diaries and accounts.
Wollaston, F.H., b. 1858
The fonds consists of records generated by the FCBC and its predecessor bodies, the FABC and the SCOC. Records of the SCOC include minutes and some records pertaining to its bargaining agent, regulatory, and fishing development and protection activities. Records of the FABC include minutes, correspondence, financial and other administrative records, as well as material pertaining to its various functions. This includes records pertaining to its public relations activities, and its roles as an industry bargaining agency, as an industry representative on international treaties and fisheries commissions, and as a liaison and lobby group with the federal, provincial and municipal governments on issues such as resource protection and government safety and health regulations. FCBC records relate to its pursuance of matters related to the West Coast fishing industry, including records concerning its participation in various federal and provincial meetings, issues related to the native fishery, and minutes of various committees through which the FCBC conducted its affairs.
Fisheries Council of British Columbia
The fonds consists of a mining record book kept by Hunter.
The fonds consists of materials created by John A. Pacey relating to logging safety. Fonds includes publications, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Pacey, John A.
The fonds consists of the Kidd family photograph albums, containing images of B.C. mountains, the UBC Player's Club, Central America, the Great UBC trek of 1922, G.K. Chesterton, family and friends.
The fonds consists of a promotional photograph album of LaRoche Studio depicting Alaskan scenes, including glaciers, Sitka, and aboriginal villages.
The fonds consists of Tolin's photographs of B.C., Alaska, Alberta, and the Yukon, depicting mining activities.
The fonds consists of Phillips' photographs of railway equipment and related scenery in England, France, India and British Columbia.
Phillips, N.P. Blagdon
The fonds consists of Banfield's photographs of Point Grey, Britannia Beach, friends, Vancouver scenery and ships in Vancouver harbour.
Banfield, William Orson, 1897-1983
The fonds consists of records created and received in the course of activities promoting sexual orientation rights in Canada. Fonds includes correspondence, press clippings, and reports.
The fonds consists of research materials generated for the author's contribution to the "Historical Atlas of Canada I".
The collection consists of black and white and colour postcards depicting scenes in Greater Vancouver and other B.C. locations.
The collection consists of photographs depicting Slavonic musicians, cultural and policial figures, scenes of Russian life and scenes from plays.
The fonds consists of Murray's photograph album depicting logging operations, loggers, and maps pertaining to a lumber camp on the Bonaventure River near New Carlisle, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec.
The fonds consists of Humphrey's photographs of the Bonanza Cache, Standard, and Star Best gold mines in the Lillooet District of B.C.
The fonds consists of Williams' photograph album depicting the pipeline, powerhouse, and smelting machinery at the Anyox facility of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Company.
The fonds consists of the minutes of the inaugural meeting of the party.
Worker's Party of Canada
The fonds consists of the Quadra Club's correspondence and minute books (1925-1932).
A compilation of theatre programs, season brochures, flyers, newsletters, tickets, annotations, and newspaper clippings, all pertaining to performances held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia, by various companies and organizations.
The following organizations are represented in the collection: Angry Actors, Arts Club Theatre Company, Avenue Theatre, Avon Theatre, Axis Theatre Company, Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Carousel Theatre for Young People, Centennial Drama Club (Coquitlam, B.C.), Centennial Theatre (North Vancouver, B.C.), Christ Church Cathedral Women's Parish Guild (Victoria, B.C.), Citadel Theatre (Edmonton, Alta.), City Stage Theatre, Coconut Theatre Society, Coliseum Theatre (Victoria, B.C.), Comedy Syndicate (Victoria, B.C.), Communications Committee of B.C. Native Youth Conference, Criterion Theatre Trust (London, England), Dark Horse Theatre, David Y. H. Lui Productions, Deep Cove Stage Society, Dominion Drama Festival, Dominion Theatre, Dramadillo Theatre Company (Auckland, New Zealand), Empress Theatre, English Suitcase Theatre Company, Ensemble Theatre Company, Erlanger Theatre, Festival Habitat / United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, First Impressions Theatre (North Vancouver, B.C.), Five Corners Theatre, Full Circle First Nations Performance, Gateway Theatre, Georgia Auditorium, Globe Theatre (London, England), Greater Vancouver One-Act Play Festival, Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance, Green Thumb Theatre for Young People, Grinning Dragon Theatre Company Society, Hands On Theatre Cooperative, Haymarket Theatre (London, England), Headlines Theatre Company, Hippodrome Productions, His Majesty's Theatre (Montreal, Que.), Hotel Vancouver, Killarney Secondary School, Kitsilano Secondary School, Kitsilano Showboat Society, Labor Theater, Lyric Theatre (London, England), Lyric Theatre (Vancouver, B.C.), Magic Owl Theatre, Magnetic North Theatre Festival, Maskelyne's Magical Revue, Massey Theatre, McPherson Playhouse (Victoria, B.C.), Metro Theatre, Music Theatre Group, Musical Theatre Society of Lord Byng High School, Nanaimo Festival Heritage Theatre Society, National Theatre School of Canada, New Play Centre, New Theatre (London, England), Neworld Theatre, Noh=Kyogen: The National Theatres of Japan, North Vancouver Island Drama Festival, Novus Theatre Society, Open Theatre Company, Orpheum Theatre, Pacific Theatre, Pantages Theatre, Playwrights Theatre Centre, Plumstick Productions, Post Modern Productions, Presentation House Theatre (North Vancouver, B.C.), Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Rising Tide Theatre (Trinity, N.L.), Robson Square Media Centre, Rotary Club (Victoria, B.C.), Royal Victoria Theatre, Ruby Slippers Theatre, Savoy Theatre (London, England), Sea Theatre Society, See Seven Theatre Project, Shakespeare Memorial (Stratford-upon-Avon, England), Shaw Festival (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.), Sir Barry Jackson's Company of British Players, Snake in the Grass Moving Theatre, Soulpepper Theatre Company, South Vancouver Island Zone B.C.D.A., St. James Theatre (Vancouver, B.C.), St. Katherine's School Dramatic Society (Wantage, England), Stage Eireann Dramatic Society, Standard Theatre (Johannesburg, South Africa), Strand Theatre (Vancouver, B.C.), Studio 58, Sunshine, Tamahnous Theatre Workshop Society, Theatre B.C., Theatre in the Park, Theatre in the Raw, Théâtre la Seizième, Theatre Terrific Society, Theatre Under the Stars, Touchstone Theatre Company, United Players of Vancouver Theatre Company, Upintheair Theatre, Urban Ink Production Society, Vagabond Players, Vancouver Dinner Theatre, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver East Theatre, Vancouver Fringe Festival, Vancouver Little Theatre Association, Vancouver Musical Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, Vancouver Repertory Theatre Company, Vancouver Shakespeare Society, Vancouver Technical School / Vancouver Technical School Press, Vancouver Theatre, Vancouver Theatre of Action, Vancouver TheatreSports League, Vancouver Youth Theatre, Victoria City Temple, Victoria College (B.C.). Players Club, Victoria High School, Victoria Theatre Foundation, Village Productions, Walker Theatre (Winnipeg, Man.), Waterfront Theatre, West Vancouver Little Theatre Guild, Westcoast Actors' Society, Wild Horse Summer Theatre Company (Fort Steele, B.C.).
The collection also includes one box of material from miscellaneous Vancouver and non-Vancouver area organizations and venues.
A compilation of programs and brochures, season's programs; some programs with annotations, all pertaining to performances held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia, by various companies. The following organizations are represented in the collection: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, Ballet British Columbia, Ballet Espanol, Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, Bolshoi Ballet, Continuum Dance Company, the Dance Centre, DanceHouse, Dance on Track, Dance Update, Dance Vancouver, Dancing on the Edge Festival, David Y.H. Lui, Del-Roy and Merinoff, Famous Artists Ltd., Georgian State Dance Company, Hanayagi Tokubei Memorial Dance Company Ensemble, Jooss Ballet, Karen Jamieson Dance Company, Kinesis Dance Society, Kirov Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada, New Works, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pavlowa the Incomparable, Pennsylvania Ballet, Rosario Ancer, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Russian Ballet, Russian Ballet School of Dancing in Victoria, Sadler's Wells Ballet, Saskatchewan Theatre Ballet, Theatre Row Celebrations,Toronto Independent Dance Enterprise, Tulsa Ballet Theatre, the Ukrainian Dance Company, Ukrainian Shunka Dancers, Uzume Taiko, Vancouver Ballet Society, Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration, Vancouver International Dance Festival, Vogue Theatre.
A compilation of event pamphlets, festival guides, and advertisements, all pertaining to events held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia, by various organizations. The following festivals are represented in the collection: Asia Pacific Festival Society, Beaux Gestes '86, CelticFest Vancouver, Cherie Smith JCC Jewish Book Festival, Chutzpah! Festival, Commercial Street Art Festival, Eastside Culture Crawl, Festival d’été francophone de Vancouver, Heart of the City Festival, Hellenic Community of Vancouver Greek Food Festival, Jewish Festival of the Arts Society, Mayworks, National Book Festival, New Forms Festival, Point Grey Fiesta, Powell Street Festival, PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Queer Arts Festival, Rio Tinto Alcan Dragon Boat Festival, Surge Festival, Under The Volcano Festival, Vancouver International Children's Festival, Vancouver International Comedy Festival, Vancouver International Storytelling Festival, Vancouver International Wine Festival, Vancouver Sea Festival, Vancouver Writers Festival, Winter Gardens Street Festival and Parade, Women in View Festival, Word on the Street.
Contains a sampling of municipal, provincial, and federal political literature from the Greater Vancouver Regional District and beyond. Most of the literature is related to election campaigns, but other material is included as well.
A compilation of programs, season brochures, flyers, newsletters, tickets, annotations, and newspaper clippings, all pertaining to performances held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia, by various companies and organizations.
The following organizations are represented in the collection: 604 Hip-Hop Expo, Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival, Burney Ensemble, CBC Vancouver Chamber Orchestra, Chor Leoni Men's Chorus, Community Arts Council of Vancouver, Early Music Vancouver, Elektra Women’s Choir, Erato Ensemble, Famous Artists, Friends of Chamber Music, Festival Concert Society, Festival du Bois, Gallery Singers, GLASS Youth Choir, Greater Vancouver Operatic Society, Hilker Attractions, Holy Rosary Cathedral Concert Series, International Celebrity Concerts, Juno Awards, Laudate Singers, Lions Gate Sinfonia, Lions Gate Sinfonia, Little Chamber Music Series That Could, Music in the Morning Concert Society, Musica Intima (Musical group), New Westminster Symphony Orchestra, MusicFest Vancouver, Pacific Baroque Orchestra, Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Pandora's Vox Vocal Ensemble, Philharmonic Music Club, Purcell String Quartet, Rainy City Gay Men's Chorus, Ramcoff Concert Society, Roedde House Preservation Society, Sacred Harp Ensemble, Sing Seven, Vancouver Academy of Music, Vancouver Bach Choir, Vancouver Cantata Singers, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Vancouver Children’s Choir, Vancouver Chinese Choir Association, Vancouver Chinese Music Ensemble, Vancouver Chopin Society, Vancouver Dixieland Jazz Society, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver Folk Music Festival, Vancouver Folk Song Society, Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra, Vancouver International Festival, Vancouver International Jazz Festival, Vancouver New Music Society, Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra, Vancouver Pro Musica, Vancouver Sweet Basil Singers' Festival, Vancouver Woman's Musical Club, Vetta Chamber Music, Victoria Ladies Musical Club, Vancouver Opera House, Vancouver Recital Society, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, West Coast Chamber Music, West Vancouver Community Arts Council, Western Canadian Music Awards.
The collection also includes six boxes of material from miscellaneous Vancouver and non-Vancouver area organizations and venues.
A compilation of programs, guides, pamphlets, and advertisements, all pertaining to events held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia, by various organizations. The following organizations are represented in the collection: Art for Life, Artists in Our Midst, Artropolis, British Columbia Place Stadium, Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver, Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts, Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver, Community Arts Council of Vancouver, EDAM (Experimental Dance and Music), Firehall Arts Centre, First Night Vancouver Celebration of the Arts Society, Jericho Arts Centre, Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver, Pacific National Exhibition, Pendulum Gallery, Performance Works, Proximity Arts, Rotary Club of Vancouver Ice Carnival, Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey Arts Centre, Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad, Vancouver Antiquarian Book Fair, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre, Vancouver Italian Cultural Centre, Vancouver Maritime Museum, Vancouver Museum, Vancouver Public Library, Vivo Media Arts Centre, West Vancouver Community Arts Council, Western Front Society.
The collection consists of audio cassettes and vinyl records (33 1/3) created by Radio Canada International in the course of promoting Canada and Canadian culture to the people of Japan. The collection has been arranged into four series, which reflect the various formats the broadcasts were made up of, and include Japanese Topical Cassettes, Japanese Economic Topical Cassettes, Japanese Canadian Magazine, and Japanese Topical Discs.
A compilation of programs, guides, pamphlets, and advertisements all pertaining to events held primarily in Vancouver, British Columbia. The following organizations are represented in the collection: Amnesty International Film Festival, Avenue Theatre, Banff Festival of Mountain Films, Capitol Theatre, Children's Spring Break Film Festival, CineMuerte Film Festival, Cine Ouest, Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society, DOXA Documentary Film Festival, Genie Awards, International Cinema, In Visible Colours, Lyric Theatre, Marpole Theatre, National Film Board of Canada, National Film Society of Canada, National Film Week, Orpheum Theatre, Pacific Cinematheque, Paradise Theatre, Reel 2 Real, Ridge Theatre, Spike and Mike's Festival of Animation, Starlight Cinema, Vancouver Asian Film Festival, Vancouver Egyptian Film Festival, Vancouver Film Society, Vancouver French Film Festival, Vancouver International Amateur Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival 4 Peace, Vancouver International Jewish Film Festival, Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Vancouver Underground Film Festival, World Community Film Festival.
The fonds consists of Littlebury's photograph albums, containing views of ships, locomotives, railway stations and parks and gardens.
The fonds consists of maps concerning properties handled by the company in the interior of British Columbia and on Vancouver Island. Some of them also include timber licences.
Franco-Canadian (Dominion) Trust Company
The fonds consists of a travel journal written by Hewetson during a business trip to British Columbia.
The collection consists of photographs by Leonard Frank of Vancouver harbour scenes.
This collection includes correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and newspapers which reflect the history of Sanbornton, New Hampshire, and New England as a whole in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. The collection consists of documents related to the activities of local individuals, including the appointment of Justice of the Peace John Tallant; invoices and receipts for Hugh Tallant, Sarah Tallant, William Blake, Samuel Wells, W.W. Sargent, Samuel Sargent, Theodore Cooke, J.W. Blodget, Seth W. Fowle, Lyman Washburn, Fred E. Thorpe, William Wallace, and Edward Farnum, among others, mainly dealing with the sale and purchase of farming equipment, land, and household supplies.
The collection also includes correspondence between siblings Elisabeth, George, Laura, Stephen, and Thomas Wiggin and Susan Wiggin Avery and Joshua Avery; Dorothy, Hannah, James, Laura, Lucy, and Marinda Bean and Betsey Davis; Betsey Osgood and John Osgood; and between Laura Bean and Susan Wiggin.
Finally, the collection includes newspaper clippings from the following newspapers: l'Aurore, l'Aurore des Canadas, Canada Scotsman, The Canadian Ecclesiastical Gazette, Le Canadien, The Colonial Farmer, Colonist, Le Courier du Bas-Canada, Daily News, Des Trois-Rivieres, l'Echo du Pays, The Enquirer, The Evening Star, La Gazette de Quebec, Gazette des Trois-Rivieres, The Globe, Le Journal de Quebec, Montreal Herald, Montreal Transcript, Le Pays, The Pilot, Sinclair's Monthly Circular, Le Spectateur, and Waterloo Advertiser.
Engle, Dr. Earl T.
The collection consists of eighteen legal records from England, dating from 1525 to 1820, documenting leases, mortgages, indentures and similar acts. As a collection, the records contextualize economic transactions during the Early Modern period, and provide an understanding of the legal system of ownership and commerce. They contain place names and the names of people involved in the acts, and where legible these have been listed as access points in the finding aid.
The collection consists of photographs of scenery, hotels, railway bridges, and tunnels pertaining to the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The Tiananmen Square incident, also called June Fourth incident or 6/4, was a culmination of a series of protests and demonstrations in China in the spring of 1989 that culminated on the night of June 3–4 with a government crackdown on the demonstrators in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Although the demonstrations and their subsequent repression occurred in cities throughout the country, the events in Beijing—and especially in Tiananmen Square, historically linked to such other protests as the May Fourth Movement (1919)—came to symbolize the entire incident.
Writing on the inside front cover of the photo album reads as follows:
"伟大的一九八九年 历史片断 4/27-5/18"
(Translation: Great 1989, historical pieces: April 27 to May 18)
Labels on the album pages indicate that the first 23 photographs in the album were taken on April 27, 1989, and the following 19 photographs were taken on May 4th, 1989.
Writing on the inside of the back cover reads as follows:
四.十五，胡耀邦逝世，四.十五 - 四.二五，学生及北京市民自发进行悼念活动。四.二二，耀邦追悼会，三名学生在人民大会堂外台阶下跪请愿。四.二六，人民日报社论定学生运动为“动乱”。四.二七，举行了近百万人的示威游行。五.四游行。五.五 - 五.十二,平静。五.十三，北大，人大，清华有数百人于广场绝食。五.十五戈氏访华。五.十七百万人民声援大游行。游行声援持续至十九日白天。17，18，19三天电台作了真实报道。五.二十凌晨0:30分，李鹏宣布对北京部分地区戒严。时隔半个月，发生了六.三惨案，或说是六.三暴乱"。
(Translation: A brief history from April to June
On April 15, 1989, Yaobang Hu passed away. From April 15 to April 25, students and citizens of Beijing spontaneous mourned. On April 22, the memorial service held for Yaobang Hu, three students kneeled in protest outside the Great Hall of the People. On April 26, the People’s Daily editorial described the student effort as “turmoil”. On April 27, near one million people held demonstrations. The demonstrations continues on May 4. From May 5 to May 12, the streets are calm. On May 13th, hundreds of students from Peking University, Renmin University of China and Tsinghua University conducted a hunger strike in Tiananmen Square. On May 15, Gorbachev visited China. On May 17, millions of people took on the streets to hold a solidarity parade. The solidarity continued until May 19th. On May 17 through 19, Media continually made the real reports. At 12:30 am on May 20, Peng Li announced the implementation of martial law in parts of Beijing. After half a month, on June 3 rd , massacre occurred — the 6/3 tragedy.)
[Anonymous Student Protestor]
Collection consists of scrapbooks, newspaper and magazine clippings, pamphlets, reports, correspondence, drawings, booklets, and maps related to Alan F. Brook's interest in hydroelectric engineering projects in the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia and the United States. The scrapbooks compile newspaper and magazine clippings that follow the development of the Columbia River Treaty between Canada and the United States from the mid 1950s-1970s, including information on the resulting Mica, Duncan, Keenleyside (formerly High Arrow), and Libby Dams. The majority of the material in the scrapbooks were taken from articles in The Province (formerly the Vancouver Province) and the Trail Daily Times. The collection also includes ephemera related to the Columbia Basin Project in Washington State.
Brooks, Alan Francis
This fonds consists of documents, archival records, photographs, ephemera, and artifacts pertaining to the life and work of Hanne Wassermann Walker. These materials relate to several broad themes: health and fitness, travel, friends and family, immigration to North America, and art/photography. Hanne's collection provides a window into the early 20th century physical culture movement; the experience of Jewish Europeans in the lead-up to, during, and after World War II; and the landscapes of British Columbia between the 1940s and 1970s. The fonds is comprised of manuscripts and published materials, correspondence, government records, photographs (including negatives, metadata, and albums), and more. In addition to Hanne's extensive collection of letters, postcards, personal and official records, and assorted odds and ends (e.g. household receipts, business cards, recipes, etc.), the fonds also contains the records of her husband, George Dickson Walker.
Wassermann Walker, Hanne
RBSC's holdings of the Korean Canadian Heritage Archive consist of UBC's General Collection, which was one of the two sub-collections of UBC's portion of the KCHA. The creators of this collection divided the collection into nine series based on the physical formats of the materials. The series are as follows: Ephemera, Books, Grey Literature, Multimedia, Correspondence, Manuscripts, Newspaper Clippings, Serials, and Personal Documents.
Korean Canadian Heritage Archive
Fonds consists of minutes and agendas, correspondence, publications, reports, photographs, pamphlets, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, artifacts, and other textual records related to Pro-CAN’s mission of: improving abortion access for women; defending their legal rights; protecting providers and clinics from harassment and violence; destigmatizing abortion; and educating the public about reproductive rights. The records include those necessary to fulfill its functions of managing and administrating the organization, advocating and lobbying, and ensuring safety and security, as well as those used as resources. Resources and subject files span the topics of abortion history in Canada and abroad, legal matters, grey literature, information about similar external organizations, and related topics in the news. Pro-CAN also kept extensive files on anti-choice groups and individuals along with their behaviors, photographs, and letters.
Pro-Choice Action Network
Collection consists of the documentation of Cox’s career as an historian and author. The collection is comprised predominantly of photographic material. There are approximately 15,000 unique photographic images: prints in various standard dimensions (8"x10", 5"x7", 4"x6" and smaller, with some custom dimensions, predominantly in black and white; slide transparencies in black and white and colour; negatives, (120, 35mm, and 4”x5”) in black and white; digital photographs in black and white and colour contained on CDs and one hard drive.
Photographic coverage extends from the 1870s to approximately 2008, with the period 1900-1970s predominant. Original photographs by Doug Cox cover the 1970s through approximately 2008.
The collection also features audio cassettes containing sound recordings of interviews recorded in the 1980s and 1990s with associated transcriptions by Joyce Cox. Government documents (primarily Province of British Columbia, c. 1910-1960s) include topographical maps, tree farm license maps, mineral claims maps, taxation records, forestry examination sketches and other records.
Geography covered is predominantly the Shuswap, Okanagan, Similkameen, Boundary, Kootenay, Nicola and Thompson regions of British Columbia, with sparser coverage of outlying areas as well.
Themes treated include mining, ranching, forestry, agriculture and orchard cultivation, industry and infrastructure, landscapes and cityscapes, sports and recreation, community life, and family documentation.
Collection consists of photographs collected by the Rare Books and Special Collections divisions throughout its operation. Subjects predominantly include British Columbia people, places and events, but also includes photographs taken throughout the Pacific Northwest, across Canada and in some cases internationally.
The collection consists of leaflets, pamphlets, brochures, tourist guides, and various information packages about various areas in general, together with material about the origin of their place names and early history.