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Collins Overland Telegraph - Kathleen Fitzgerald

File contains a photocopy of a "booklength feature" in The Canada West Magazine on the Collins Overland Telegraph, a telegraph system planned to stretch from San Francisco to London. The BC-Yukon section of the telegraph line is discussed at lenght.

[View of cut logs]

View of piles of cut logs. A man can be seen standing on top of a small pile in the bottom right side of the postcard. Postcard is from a set of 4 postcards with logging imagery.

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Inverness Cannery fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1284
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900 - 1967]

The fonds consists of records related to the operation of Inverness Cannery. Records span from the early 1900s all the way through to the 1950s when the cannery was closed and turned into a fish camp. The cannery was owned by J.H. Todd and Sons Ltd. from 1902-1950. The fonds is comprised of seven different series: Correspondence series, Financial series, Fish Canning series, Fish Catching series, Inverness Cannery School series, Legal series, and Publications, Pamphlets and News Clippings series.

Inverness Cannery

Vancouver, B.C. Looking East

A view of Vancouver looking east from downtown, likely taken from the first or second Hotel Vancouver. Holy Rosary Cathedral at Richards and Dunsmuir Sts is just visible at the right edge of the image. The photographer is almost certainly Thompson's Studio and Supply House of Vancouver.

Thompson, Stephen Joseph

[Early Vancouver]

An album of photographs taken by an English visitor mostly of various places and views throughout Vancouver, plus a few of Niagara Falls. The album has been disassembled and is housed in a box. There are 67 original albumen prints in plastic sleeves, with silver gelatin copies and their negatives attached to each one. There are also seven modern reproductions.

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