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Ruth Saunders

Subfonds consists of one folder of papers related to Ruth Saunders’ life and career. These include copies of pages in English from the History of the Wonju Union Christian Hospital, the original of which was sent to the United Church of Canada Archives in Toronto. The original of a photocopied framed photograph of the CWAC Military Band No. 3 has been returned to the family. A copy of a presentation by Dr. Young Suk Park and Glennis Zilm titled “Preserving a Tiger’s Treasures: Artifacts as a Research Tool” on Ruth Saunders’ artifacts, dated Jun 10, 2011, is included.

Saunders, Ruth

Sharron J. Simpson sous fonds

Sous fonds consists of documentation of Sharron J. Simpson’s activities between the years of approximately 1994 to 2011. Sous fonds is predominantly concerned with Sharron J. Simpson’s leadership in the Simpson Covenant court case in 2007 and 2008, as well as the compilation of her personal family research and a few writing samples. In addition, an aggregation of photographs related to her activities is also included.

S.M. Simpson Ltd. sous fonds

Administrative history
The Simpson family fonds is primarily a compilation of the images and records of three corporate entities, (Kelowna Sawmill Ltd., S.M. Simpson Ltd., S & K Ltd.) as well as the records and images of S. M. Simpson’s sole proprietorship between 1913 – 1924, prior to the incorporation of S. M. Simpson Ltd.

The Kelowna Sawmill dates from 1892 when it was first established by Bernard Lequime, who subsequently sold it to David Lloyd-Jones in 1901. Lloyd-Jones had a variety of business partners during the time he owned the sawmill. In 1942, Stanley M. Simpson, the owner of S. M. Simpson Ltd., purchased and operated the Kelowna Sawmill until it was destroyed by fire in 1944. The corporate Kelowna Sawmill Ltd. was maintained and became the retail arm of S. M. Simpson Ltd. until 1956, when retail operations ceased.
Stanley M. Simpson arrived in Kelowna in 1913 and operated a sole proprietorship for the next eleven years (1913-1924) until incorporating S. M. Simpson Ltd. in 1924. During those early years, Simpson operated his business in two different downtown locations, as well as running, or partnering in various portable sawmills throughout the area. His sash and door factory on Abbott Street, manufactured and sold windows and doors, custom furniture, and wooden fruit boxes for the expanding Okanagan fruit and vegetable industry. The business operated out of this location until 1948.
Needing a reliable and accessible source of logs, Stanley Simpson bought land at Manhattan Beach along the lakeshore, in Kelowna’s North End. In 1930, he began constructing a sawmill and box factory and three years later, added a veneer plant to the site.

The Province of British Columbia created Forest Management licenses in 1951, when S. M. Simpson Ltd. was awarded Tree Farm License #9. Needing to diversity, S. M. Simpson Ltd. created S&K Ltd. to add a plywood manufacturing facility to the Manhattan site. It began operations in 1957.

In the following years S. M. Simpson Ltd. purchased other sawmills and logging operations, including Trautman Garraway in Peachland (1955), Peachland Sawmill & Box (1955), McLean Sawmills (1957), Lumby Timber Co (1959), Ferguson Brothers Lumber (1962), Stave Lumber (1962) Eagle Pass Lumber (1963), R&L Lumber (1964).
Stanley Simpson died in 1959. Horace B. Simpson, Stanley’s son, managed S. M. Simpson Ltd. until 1965 when the company was sold to Crown Zellerbach, Canada. A branch operation of the U.S. company, this was the first of a succession of owners, and though the Simpson name was attached to the operations for several years, the family was no longer involved.

In 1965, H.B. Simpson sold S.M.S. Ltd and its several associates and subsidiaries to the Canadian instance of Crown Zellerbach Corporation: Crown Zellerbach Canada. It continued operating as the S.M. Simpson Division of Crown Zellerbach Canada for several years until the name was changed to simply Crown Zellerbach Canada. In 1969, Crown Zellerbach purchased several more sawmills in the region, including Armstrong Sawmills operations in Armstrong, Enderby, Vernon and Falkland, as well as Ponderosa Pine Lumber Co. in 1970.

In 1981 Crown Zellerbach Canada was purchased by Fletcher Challenge Canada Ltd. and the entity’s name was changed to Crown Forest, and in 1987 the name changed again to Fletcher Challenge Canada Ltd. The company was then subsequently purchased by Riverside Forest Products in 1992. In 2004 Riverside Forest Products was purchased by Tolko Industries Ltd. which operated until 2020.

Scope and content
The sous fonds includes records generated by Stanley Merriam Simpson both before and after the corporate life of S.M. Simpson Ltd., and additionally documents a suite of succeeding companies that assumed the business operations and assets established by S.M. Simpson.

The sous fonds consists of a photographic record that documents the wood processing entity established by S.M. Simpson across iterations of corporate ownership, as well as business records relating to substantial operations, labour relations, safety programs, legal proceedings, and administration.

The sous fonds consists of a photographic record that documents the wood processing entity established by S.M. Simpson across iterations of corporate ownership, as well as business records relating to substantial operations, labour relations, safety programs, legal proceedings, and administration.

Literary work

The Literary work sous-fonds consists of a variety of Blanche Howard' s writings, such as typescript and computer generated manuscripts of published, unpublished and abandoned novels, essays, short stories (most include hand-written annotations), and research material. In addition, the sous-fonds contains a newspaper column and letters-to-the-editor written for various newspapers in the Okanagan, Vancouver and Ottawa. The sous-fond contains newsprint and photocopies of newspaper clippings of Howard's column, and her various letters-to-the-editor. The sous-fonds also accommodates book reviews written by Howard, speeches written for herself and others and a single play, "A Celibate Season"). Most of the series contain correspondence with publishers. The sousfonds is comprised of the following series : Novels and Plays, Associated Material, Short stores and Essays and Non-fiction series, as well as the single play, "A Celibate Season" (Play).

British Columbia Loggers Association.

Sous-fonds reflects the functions and activities of the British Columbia Loggers Association. The sous-fonds consists of committee records, the association’s by-laws and constitution, financial records including audited financial statements, deposits and disbursements made by the association, minutes from several different meeting groups including directors meetings, executive council of B.C. Loggers Association meeting minutes, finance management meeting minutes, and general meeting minutes, reports generated by the B.C. Loggers association and various statistics.
The sous-fonds has been divided into seven series based on the association’s different functions: by-laws and constitution, circulars, committees, financial records, minutes reports, and statistics.

British Columbia Loggers Association.

British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers Association sous-fonds.

Sous-fonds contains records that document the organization, function and activities of the British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers Association. Materials in the sous-fonds consist of administrative records including letterheads, general plans and organization of the association, agreements, organization produced briefs, the association’s bulletins, by-laws, declarations, certificates and constitution relating to the founding of the association and its functions, inquires, circulars, correspondence, directories, financial records, records on the cooperation between BCLMA and other organizations, Forest Products Laboratory records, general lists, meeting minutes, publicity records, records relating to various projects conducted by the BCLMA, reports, statistics, and the associations Timber Extension Overseas files.
The sous-fonds is divided into nineteen series.

British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers Association

Scandinavian Cultural Society subfonds

Subfonds reflects the Scandinavian Cultural Society’s (SCS) efforts to promote and support Scandinavian cultural events and activities in the greater Vancouver area, most notably the Scandinavian Festival 1986. Under SCS’s constitution, they hold executive meetings to also organize and promote other cultural events and communicate to their community through newsletters. SCS was founded to help celebrate Vancouver’s Centennial and Expo ’86; therefore, many of their records document the administration, communications, publicity, and promotions arising from planning the event as well as the event itself.

Subfonds is divided into four series: Events and activities, Publications, Administrative records, and Photographs.

Scandinavian Cultural Society

Icelandic Lutheran Church subfonds

Subfonds reflects the history and evolution of the Icelandic Lutheran Church and its activities in the greater Vancouver community. The Women’s Auxiliary of the Icelandic Lutheran Church was very involved in the functioning of the institution; therefore many of the records document the initiatives that the Women’s Auxiliary of the Church’s undertook during the Church’s history through the extensive minutes they kept of their monthly meetings. Records also document the church’s founding and development.

Subfonds is divided into three series: Administrative records, Publications, and Photographs.

Icelandic Lutheran Church

Sólskin Society subfonds

Subfonds reflects the Sólskin Society’s efforts to support and provide wellbeing to Icelandic Care Home Höfn residents, and promote Icelandic cultural heritage. They achieved this by holding events for the residents, such as their Annual Christmas Party, Easter Party, teas and open houses, as well as raising funds through casino nights, and two annual bazaars. During the Scandinavian Cultural Society’s Scandinavian Festival at Expo 86, the Sólskin Society also provided a week long demonstration of Icelandic cookery. Their fundraising efforts contributed to the purchase and renovation of the Icelandic Care Home Höfn’s original and current locations. In honour of their 75th anniversary in 1992, they compiled and wrote Sólskin Memoirs.

Subfonds is divided into five series: administrative records, financial records, e vents and activities, publications, and photographs.

Sólskin Society

Constance Spall

Subfonds consists of photographs, documents and artifacts related to Constance Spall’s education at Kelowna General Hospital and her subsequent career.

Spall, Constance

Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia

Subfonds consists of 39 black and white photographs of RNABC and CRNBC presidents and 5 of executive directors. Dimensions of photographs are 12 cm x 17 cm. Biographical information accompanies presidents up to Elaine Baxter (1993-1995). The photographs are arranged chronologically. Brief one-page biographical notes of their subjects accompany all photographs from Scharley Bryce Brown (1912-1917) to Elaine Baxter (1993-1995).

These photographs were originally hung in the Board Room 3 in the College’s former offices. Those of the Presidents have been left within their frames, which are generally more permanent. Those of the Executive Directors have been removed.

Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia

British Columbia Operating Room Nursing Group

The subfonds includes records dating from 1966 to the present. These are generated by the operation of the executive, the residing presiding officer, and the biennial meetings. The biennial meetings material includes programs and brochures for most years; minutes, correspondence, committee reports and financial records are also included. Records of meetings and related documents for the Vancouver region are included, but the other provincial regions are represented only by reports submitted to the executive. Membership lists for many years are included.

Numerous reports from BCORNG committees and other sources are included. These are mainly concerned with competency levels of OR nurses and operating room standards.

Over five hundred photographs document the Biennial Institute Conferences held every two years beginning in 1968, all of which are individually described. The last conference thus documented was held in Victoria in 1996. Artifacts include the BCORNG flag, and conference and membership pins.

British Columbia Operating Room Nursing Group

Sara "Sally" Staples

Subfonds consists of records related to Sara Staples life and career. Of special note is a scrapbook, compiled following her retirement, and providing a view of many of the people who were central to the development of nursing and St Paul’s Hospital in the latter part of the last century.

Staples, Sara

Muriel Slevin

Subfonds consists of a letter written by Muriel Slevin to her mother on hospital stationary, a photograph portrait and correspondence regarding the donation of materials.

Slevin, Muriel

Esther Paulson

Subfonds consists of records that date from 1920 to 2004. These include textual material and photographs, the majority of which were created and accumulated by Esther Paulson. Material pertains to Esther’s education and nursing career, with a number of articles, both by her and others, relating to her interest in tuberculosis nursing. Others document her involvement with various associations and organizations, including the Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia, the Canadian Nurses' Association, the International Council of Nurses, and the Canadian Tuberculosis Association. The photographs document her life in the East Kootenays and the Kamloops area.

Paulson, Esther

Vera McIver

Subfonds consists of material written and published by Vera McIver. Most of this dates from 1967 to the 1980s. Publications are arranged alphabetically, and include such titles as “Environment in Extended Care” and “Humanizing the Work Space”. Extensive correspondence dates from 1971 to 1975. Many materials, including a videocassette, relate to the Priory method which she developed.

McIver, Vera Elizabeth

May Bernadet Ratsoy

Subfonds consists of textual records, photographs and plaques dating from 1955 to 2009 related to Ratsoy's varied nursing activities. Incoming and outgoing correspondence document her many professional involvements. She published numerous articles, particularly in the RNABC News, while she was President of this association, and made many presentations.

A folder of newspaper clippings relate to Ratsoy's presidency of the B.C. Nursing Association and her appointment to the position of Executive Director of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses. Another folder describes her work at BCIT. Her numerous awards are also documented. The photographs, which further describe her activities, audiotape interviews related to her life and career are also in the subfonds.

Ratsoy, Bernadet

Ruth McIllrath

Subfonds includes records related to McIlraith’s personal life and career. Many document her experiences as a nursing sister in World War II; much of her later life as a nurse and later Director of Shaughnessy Hospital was also dedicated to work with veterans. A number of articles discuss her activities and contributions, especially during WW II. Photographs, mostly obtained from official sources, provide a visual record of life as a hospital nurse aboard the Lady Nelson.

McIlrath, Ruth

Shepherd, Marion

Sous-fonds consists of a notebook concerning current events created by Marion Shepherd as a student.

Shepherd, Marion

Lois Blais

Subfonds consists of records related to Blais’ education, career, and diverse interests. They include records of her personal and professional career, including her involvements in numerous committees. She was a keen writer, and contributed many articles, especially to the Vancouver Courier. Other records relate to her interest in alternative healing practices and presentations and publications on this and other subjects.

Blais, Lois

Helen Niskala

Subfonds consists of records relating to Niskala’s education and teaching/research career. These include essays she wrote as a university student, and certificates she received for both academic work and other activities. Teaching materials include course outlines and notes. Her extensive research interests are documented in copies of numerous papers she prepared for publications and presentations at conferences, which include drafts, correspondence and reference material. Many relate to her treatment of people with illnesses with a view to their remaining in the community.

Niskala, Helen

Glennis Zilm

Subfonds consists of records, photographs and audiovisual materials relating to Glennis Zilm's personal and professional involvements. These include her CV and several articles she authored and co-authored. Materials related to various presentations and lectures she prepared on the history of several hospital nursing schools and historic nursing uniforms. Photographs related to awards she received and nursing uniforms worn by Zilm and others.

Zilm, Glennis

Industrial Workers of the World

This sous-fonds consists of records that document the Vancouver GMB’s internal business, its relationship with other IWW bodies such as the GEB, its publications and its external activities. These records include minutes, correspondence, photographs, posters pamphlets and drafts of the Solidarity Bulletin newsletter. Also included in the sous-fonds are important historical IWW publications from the 1920s and 1930s. Although there are records from the 1970s, these are arranged in a separate series from the 1980s records because they are less complete. Additionally, the Vancouver GMB lay dormant between 1973 and 1982 and the functions of the organization changed significantly during the hiatus.

The fonds is arranged in the following series:
• 1970s series.
• Internal branch business series: as part of the regular activities of the branch,
leading members, organized branch business meetings, prepared financial
statements, corresponded with members and corresponded with the central IWW
body in Chicago.
• External IWW activities series: this series contains the records of a number of
Vancouver members who were active in other IWW bodies such as the General
Executive Board and organizing for the 1987 convention that was held in
Vancouver.
• External social, political and cultural activities series.
• Solidarity Bulletin series (1980s).
• Publications Series.
• Photograph Series.

Industrial Workers of the World

Plywood Manufacturers Association of British Columbia sous-fonds.

Sous-fonds reflects the Plywood Manufacturers Association of British Columbia (PMBC) organization and activities. Materials found in the sous-fonds are circulars, correspondence, meeting minutes and reports. The records document the association’s core functions, activities, and responsibilities.
The sous-fonds is divided into four series: Minutes, Correspondence, Circulars, and Reports.

Plywood Manufacturers Association of British Columbia

Shepherd, Dorothy Hardwick

Sous-fonds consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, printed material, and minutes pertaining to Dorothy Shepherd's involvement with the South Westminster CCF Women's Club, and has been arranged into series according to these record types.

Financial Secretary Papers

The financial secretary is a salaried and elected executive member within the Union ; his position is mandated by the Union's constitution . Originally called the secretary treasurer in the 1945 Constitution, the title was changed to financial secretary in 1961 . Both the secretary treasurer and financial secretary successfully carried out their constitutionally appointed functions. This involved having responsibility for the financial obligations of the Union, such as members dues, bank accounts , bill payments, being audited, and reporting to the CCU . As well as the mandated functions, both the secretary treasurer and the financial secretary administered the various union benefit funds . The position was held by E. Lehman (1945), D. Nelson (1945), B .G . Lane (1945-1950), T . Brown (1950-1952), Ossie Simpson (1952-1959), and Ronald Grant (1959-1980) . Sous-fonds contains records generated by the last two individuals who held this position : Ossie Simpson and Ronald Grant. The records resulting from their activities include letters, manuals, constitutions, general union information, and newsletters. The sous-fonds' five series are Correspondence , Welfare and pension policies papers, Constitutions and associated papers, IWA per capita taxes papers, and General reference material.

Community Health Nurses' Group of the Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia

Subfonds consists of records pertaining to the formation, organization, functions, and activities of the Community Health Nurses’ Group, dating from 1978 to 2003. Records of the Executive Committee document activities from 1981 to 1999. Other committee records include those of education, membership, newsletter, planning and public relations.

Some documentation of relationships with regional groups in BC is included, as well as more extensive records of relationships with the RNABC and CHNAC. Papers, pamphlets, surveys and projects records discuss such subjects as the role of the community health nurse. Programs, notes and informational material relate to conferences and workshops hosted or attended by the Community Health Nurses’ Group. Other reports, papers and newspaper clippings relate to community and public health nursing in general. A number of photographs depict community health nursing activities.

Subfonds is composed of the following series:

  1. Organizational and general administrative records
  2. Committee records
  3. Regional groups
  4. Relationship with the RNABC
  5. Relationship with the CHNAC
  6. Projects and papers records
  7. Conferences and workshops records
  8. Reports, papers and newspaper clippings relating to community and public health nursing in general
  9. General photographs

Community Health Nurses' Group of the Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia

Margaret Murray Jackson

Subonds consists of 14 cm of textual records, 15 photographs, and other material relating to Jackson's education and nursing career dating from 1927 to 2003, although most are prior to 1987. It includes material relating to her education at high school, the University of British Columbia, the Vancouver General Hospital school of nursing, and the University of Michigan. Other documents relate to her experiences as a Public Health Nurse and her work in Iran on behalf of the World Health Organization.

Records concerning her activities in Iran include appointment and payment records, congratulatory correspondence from the BC government, photographs of Margaret, correspondence to her family detailing her work and other daily activities and experiences, correspondence from a friend also working in Tehran, and other documents received in Iran.

Forms of material include correspondence; diplomas, transcripts, examinations, certificates, and other documents; papers and speeches; a scrapbook, programs, and other memorabilia; photographs, and an audio cassette of her memorial service. One file contains records related to this service held for her at the University of Alberta faculty club June 17, 2003.

Jackson, Margaret Murray

Muriel Upshall

Subonds consists of 11 cm of textual records, ca. 230 photographs, and other graphic material dating from 1920 to 1986 pertaining to the life and career of Muriel Upshall. Diplomas, lists, applications, notebooks, memos reports, letter, cards and other documents illustrate her education and career. Correspondence relates to student positions, her provincial Board of Health position in Nanaimo, various projects, professional memberships, student reports and recommended standards and practices for nursing.

Upshall, Muriel

Nina Rumen

Most of the six centimeters of records date from the early 1950s. Training materials for RCAMC Nursing Sisters include notes on teaching techniques, the science of education, lesson plans, an obstetrical manual, and a syllabus used for training RCAMC sisters. Other records include a Royal Canadian Air Force Passenger Flight Authority slip, responses to a medical nursing exam and a study guide with handwritten annotations. Artifacts include medals, pins and other items related to her military service.

Rumen, Nina

Mary Richmond

Subfonds includes 9 cm of textual records and 7 photographs dating from 1950 to 1998. It includes transcripts of talks and lectures given by Mary for the UVic School of Nursing, Royal Jubilee Hospital’s medical staff, Nurses’ Association Seminar and VGH graduation. Titles include “Let’s Examine the Quality of Care” and “Improvement of Nursing Services Through the Problem Solving Method”.

Correspondence pertains to Mary Richmond’s role as Director of Educational Resources at the RJH and to her consulting work for the University of Victoria’s nursing program. Photographs include two of her 1943 graduating class and a photograph of her with an unidentified individual.

Richmond, Mary

Edith White Tisdall

The subfonds consists of three centimetres of textual records dating from 1925 to 1932 and three UBC graduation photographs. Personal effects and memorabilia include a photocopied certificate of birth, correspondence from Mary L. Bollert of the Office of the Dean of Women inquiring if Edith wished to have a membership in one of the sororities, a certificate of recognition as a 50-year member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity, a program for the 10th Annual Spring performance of the UBC Players Club, and a copy of The Art of Cooking and Serving.

Tisdall, Edith White

Dr. Margaret Campbell

Subfonds consists of records related to Dr. Margaret Campbell’s educational and professional career and other activities. They include papers prepared for her MSc and Phd, copies of her theses for these degrees, notes related to her teaching, and results of her professional research. Several papers relate to her development of a nursing model at UBC, while others document her education at Western Reserve and Columbia Universities and her teaching and research career at UBC.

Campbell, Margaret

Sheila Zerr

The records reflect Sheila’s long career in teaching and especially writing. She has published numerous books and articles and made presentations at numerous conferences, often collaborating with Glennis Zilm. She has a unique interest in the way evolving uniforms and clothing worn by nurses reflects the changing nature of their work and social relationships. She has created an extensive collection of dolls which document this development.

Zerr, Sheila

Charlotte England

Subfonds consists of documents, photographs and artifacts related to the nursing training and early career of Charlotte England, particularly her training at St. Paul’s Hospital.

England, Charlotte

UBC School of Nursing

Subfonds consists of records related to the functions of the School of Nursing, particularly the development of nursing courses and programs. Much material relates to the program offerings and procedures for ensuring their effectiveness. A smaller number of records document more general concerns related to future planning. Historical information on the development of the school is also included.

Subfonds is arranged in the following series:

  1. General Historical and Administrative Documents
  2. Curriculum Review and Development
  3. Course Co-ordination
  4. Program and Individual Evaluation and Planning
  5. Model for Nursing
  6. Standing Committees
  7. Student Papers
  8. Transcriptions of Taped Interviews
  9. Administrative Records
  10. Faculty Information
  11. Student Information
  12. Nursing Division of the Alumni Association of the University of British Columbia
  13. Photographs
  14. Reference Material
  15. Publications

University of British Columbia. School of Nursing

Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia subfonds

Subfonds reflects the history and evolution of the Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia (ICC of BC) and its initiatives and activities in the greater Vancouver community. ICC of BC holds executive meetings, and celebrates Icelandic holidays and cultural traditions in its community. In addition to producing a monthly newsletter for its friends and members, the ICC of BC has implemented programs such as Icelandic language classes and a scholarship program to students of Icelandic descent. The ICC of BC, in conjunction with the Sólskin Society, managed the Icelandic Heritage Library. The subfonds consists predominantly of textual records, including administrative records and reports, financial records, correspondence, programming, newsletters and promotional material. Also included are photographs, published material, brochures, and ephemera.

Subfonds is divided into five series: administrative records, correspondence, events and programs, publications and library material, and photographs.

Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia

Shepherd, Margaret

Sous-fonds consists of correspondence, and a report relating to Margaret Shepherd's involvement with the Co-operative Commonwealth Youth Movement, and minutes of the South Westminster Co-operative Commonwealth, 1939-1946.

Shepherd, Margaret

Hood Brothers

Subfonds consists of correspondence and financial records related to the operations of the Hood Brothers company. The financial records consist primarily of account statements, invoices, and receipts. A significant portion of the material relates to the execution of George Wettstein's estate.

Hood Brothers

Alsop Research

Contains correspondence, photocopies, newspaper clippings, notes and draft manuscripts compiled by Alsop in the course of her research for a biography of McPherson. Intermingled with Alsop’s research documents are other records kept by McPherson during his career that were later used by Alsop as part of her research. There are significant records from McPherson’s period as custodian of enemy property as well as a type-written transcript of a lengthy oral recording describing the McPherson family in detail.

Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (B.C. Division) sous-fonds.

Sous-fonds reflects the organization and functions of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, Western Branch. The materials consist predominantly of committee meeting minutes including: the Executive Committee meeting minutes, Forestry Committee meeting minutes, meeting minutes for the Queen Elizabeth Arboretum committee, Safety committee meeting minutes, Traffic committee meeting minutes, and Company Comptroller meeting minutes. The records also include the Queen Elizabeth Arboretum agreements.
The sous-fonds is divided into two series: Minutes and Agreements

Canadian Pulp and Paper Association (B.C. Division)

Consolidated Red Cedar and Shingle Association of British Columbia sous-fonds.

Sous-fonds reflects the organization, function, and activities of the Consolidated Red Cedar Shingles Association of British Columbia (CRCSA). Materials include circulars generated by the association, correspondence on the topic of shingles, reports on shingle production on the Pacific Coast, cost of shingles, and history of shingle control, projects including one dedicated to the Cedar Canoe Exhibit in Staley Park, transcripts from the Sloan Commission, briefs, bulletins, scrapbooks with forestry related articles pasted on the pages, lists of shingle mills, financial records, advertising and trademark records relating to Edgewood and minutes of the associations committees.
The sous-fonds is divided into ten series: scrapbooks, financial records, projects, correspondence, minutes, briefs, bulletins, Edgewood, reports, Sloan commission, circulars, and lists.

Consolidated Red Cedar and Shingle Association of British Columbia

(Margaret) Jill Thompson

Subfonds consists of two centimeters of records dating from 1997 to 1999. They include correspondence, conference programs for the 1997 International Conference in Vancouver, and newspaper and journal article clippings.

Thompson, Margaret Jill

Nursing Educational Council of British Columbia

Subfonds consists of two boxes of records generated by the Nursing Educational Council between 1978 and 2005 through their meetings and interactions among themselves and with different levels of government. Records include discussions of issues related to standardizing the education of nurses and the equitable provision of nursing care throughout BC. Committee records include the Task Committee on Competency Based Curriculum, the Task Committee on Mandatory Registration, and the Entry to Practice Steering Committee.

Nursing Educational Council of British Columbia

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