Series - Research Collections series

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Research Collections series

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  • Multiple media

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  • 1580-1993 (Creation)

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10.59 m of textual records.
c. 810 photographs
17 audio tapes
34 microfilm reels
223 maps

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(1913-2001)

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Series consists of three research collections maintained by Helen and Philip Akrigg: British Columbia History; William Shakespeare, the Earl of Southampton, James I & the Jacobean Period; and Garnett G. Sedgewick research collections. The first research collection includes photocopies, photoprints, maps, plans, notes and other materials used by Helen and Philip Akrigg for their books on British Columbia history and place names. The second research collection consists of microfilms, photocopies, photographs and original English documents acquired by Philip Akrigg while working on his books about William Shakespeare, the Earl of Southampton, James I and the Jacobean period. The final collection comprises research materials relating to G.G. Sedgewick assembled for Akrigg's Garnett Sedgewick Memorial Lecture (1980).

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Maps are located in the Archives vault cabinet 1, drawer 1.

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