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75 Archival description results for British Columbia

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2160 Springer Avenue, Burnaby, BC : tenancy.

File consists of material relating to the office space at 2160 Springer Avenue in Burnaby, BC, leased by Electrohome from Norwood Industries Inc. (Burnaby, BC). Includes correspondence, a memorandum, invoices, six photographs of the space, a portfolio of information from Norwood Industries, an agreement, and typed notes.

Electrohome

Betty Forbes's diary.

A diary containing daily entries written by Betty Forbes in 1948. Several entries describe Betty’s work in British Columbia, family events, dances, a trip to Alaska, holidays, and Peg Forbes’s wedding to Colin Andrew (Joe) Wilson. The diary contains letters, invitations, lists, a patch, and press clippings including one titled, Girls advised to train for career and marriage published in The Globe and Mail on January 27, 1948.

Forbes, Betty

Betty Forbes's diary.

A diary containing daily entries written by Betty Forbes in 1947. Several entries describe family events, parties, dances, trips to Buffalo, Sudbury and British Columbia, and Betty’s work at Claremont Nursery School. The diary includes letters, telegrams, invitations, programs, press clippings, pressed flowers, a napkin, and a photograph of an unknown individual.

Forbes, Betty

Betty Forbes's photograph album.

An album containing photographs of the Forbes family and their friends including Betty Forbes, Millicent Lyall Forbes, Peg Forbes, George Alexander Forbes, Bill Land, Janet Land, Jennifer Land, Thomas Land, Pamela Wilson, Ross Wilson, members of the Kaufman family, and many others. Several photographs feature camping activities, Christmas celebrations, family pets, a trip to British Columbia, and images of the Land family home located at 187 Claremont Avenue in Kitchener, Ontario.

Forbes, Betty

Betty Forbes's photograph album.

An album containing photographs of the Forbes family and their friends including Millicent Lyall Forbes, George Alexander Forbes, Betty Forbes, Peg Forbes, Pamela Wilson, Ross Wilson, Margaret Neilson, Jean Lyttle, Isabel Taylor, Jane Drope, Betty Hall, Joan MacPhail, Joan Norwich, Jayne Clement, Jack Vincent, Betty and Lou Breithaupt, Eleanor Snyder, Jean Augustine, Patty Ann Augustine, Barbie Augustine, and many others. Several photographs feature Camp Forty at Lake Tyson, Thistletown (part of the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto), Christmas celebrations, christenings, and trips to British Columbia, Arizona, California, Texas, South Carolina, and Yellowstone National Park. Also includes a ticket stub or name card for Millicent Lyall Forbes when she attended the Canadian Nurses Association 25th biennial meeting at the University of British Columbia between June 26-30, 1950.

Forbes, Betty

Betty Forbes's photograph album.

An album containing photographs of the Forbes family and their friends including Betty Forbes, Peg Forbes, Millicent Lyall Forbes, Robert Forbes, Grace Forbes (nee Bickford), Judy Forbes, George Alexander Forbes, Jim Johnson, Bill Stuart, Bob O’Connor, and others. Several photographs feature camping activities, cars, picnics, family pets, planes, parades, trips to British Columbia and Alaska, Lake Tyson, Puslinch Lake, Tobermory, Bishop Strachan School, St. George’s Nursery School, Thistletown, part of the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, and Club Kingsway in Toronto. Also includes photographs of Betty and Forbes in their nursing uniforms and their graduation ceremonies, and images related to the World Wars including George Alexander Forbes in uniform, prisoner of war Jack Currie [?] and many other individuals in military uniform.

Forbes, Betty

Book, Chapter 3 : The "missionary period" among the Nishga : Kincolith, Lakkalzap, Aiyansh, B.C.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (thirty leaves, photocopy) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) in Ging̱olx (also Kincolith), Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly spelled Lakkalzap), and Gitlaxt'aamiks (or New Aiyansh) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 6 : Kincolith, B.C. : leadership and continuity in a native Christian village, 1867-1997.

A typescript draft book chapter (thirty-four leaves) about Ging̱olx (or Kincolith), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3, no. 1 (Fall 1982), p. 45-55. The typescript draft book chapter and offprint were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 7 : Church, state, and school in Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924.

Two copies of a typescript draft book chapter (twenty-seven leaves) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy features the variant title, "Keeping school for the Nishga : Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924." Also includes two leaves of manuscript notes likely written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Branch offices.

File consists of photographs and snapshots taken at Electrohome branch offices and showrooms, including those in Vancouver, Calgary, and Winnipeg; and portraits of branch office managers. Includes a photograph of Carl A. Pollock at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Some photographs include identification on verso, some include typed cutlines, and one is mounted on board. Duplicate photographs are present.

Electrohome

Capilano Canyon.

File consists of a set of 12 black and white photographs in a folded paper covering containg views of the Capilano Canyon (Vancouver, BC).

Keffer, Ivan Wilbur

Church, State, and School in Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924.

A typescript draft article (twenty-seven leaves) about church, state, and school in Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly Lakkalsap or Greenville), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes a list of additional references and a form containing comments and criticisms of the draft article written anonymously. The typescript draft article, list of references, and form were originally housed in a package titled, Nisga'a essays.

Patterson, E Palmer

Doolan as ethnographer : first draft.

A manuscript (approximately one hundred and thirty leaves) for a work about Reverend Robert Richard Arthur Doolan, Methodist missionary to the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Niska) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson.

Patterson, E Palmer

Electrohome dealers and branches.

File consists of a photograph of an Electrohome dealer in New York, the store front of the Hydro Shop (Waterloo, ON?), and the Vancouver branch of Electrohome.

Electrohome

Ledger sheets and press clippings.

Original ledger sheets used by the Dare Foods Limited Western Division in Surrey, British Columbia to record petty cash, inventory, accounts receivable, land, buildings, machinery and equipment, office equipment, and banking information. Also includes a schedule of male employees job classifications and wage rates. In addition, the file contains press clippings related to Dare Foods Limited Western Division, particularly its cookie factory in Surrey, British Columbia .

Dare Foods Limited

Letters from Peggy and Betty.

Letters and postcards from Peg and Betty Forbes to their mother, Millicent Lyall Forbes. Letters from Betty Forbes during her time as a nurse in Vancouver are included.

Loose postcards.

File consists of 212 loose postcards, including black and white and sepia-toned photographs, black and white and sepia-toned rotogravures, photochroms, and other colour prints. Postcards contain views of numerous European cities and landforms (including Binz, Potsdam, Oberammergau, Berlin, Wittenberg, Lucerne, the Rhine, and the Alps), as well as views along the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia and Alberta (photographed by Byron Harmon) and the Columbia River Highway in Oregon (photographed by Cross & Dimmitt), and views of Banff, the Rocky Mountains, Stratford (Ontario), and other places and scenes. Some duplicates are present. Six postcards contain a stamp (four German, one Canadian, and one Czechoslovakian). Two postcards were sent through the mail; one from Keffer to his wife, and one from Max [last name illegible] to Keffer (in German). Six of the postcards were published by Valentine & Sons.

Keffer, Ivan Wilbur

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

File consists of one three quarter length studio portrait of Isabel Eccleston Mackay. Isabel is seated wearing a lace dress and holding a magazine.

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone.

File consists of one snapshot of Isabel Mackay with two of her daughters, Phyllis and Margaret. The three are standing outside in a wood in Stanley Park. Verso reads "Taken in Stanley Park about 1912 with Margaret on left, Phyllis on right."

Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone

Martin, John Alexander.

Four photographs of John Alexander Martin. Three of the photographs are of John and others in a car at the base of a tree in Vancouver, BC. One photograph (linen-backed) is of John and another man holding up a railway inspection car.

Martin, John Gartshore

Millicent Lyall Forbes's photograph album.

An album containing photographs of Forbes, Land, and Wilson family members including Millicent Lyall Forbes, George Alexander Forbes, Betty Forbes, Peg Forbes, Bill Land, Janet Land, Jennifer Land, Thomas Land, Ross Wilson, Pamela Wilson, and others. Several photographs feature Christmas celebrations, Betty and Peg Forbes in their nursing uniforms, Camp Forty at Lake Tyson in Ontario, Florence Lake in British Columbia, and Hillhead estate.

Forbes, Millicent Lyall

Outdoor kiln.

Photograph of what appears to be an outdoor kiln, possibly made of mud or clay. The kiln is on a wooden stand and has a roof of branches. In the background can be seen a fence and a building.

Creighton, Charles Dickens

Photograph album 4 : Mary Ann Kabel.

Album belonging to Mary Ann Kabel (later Martin) containing snapshots of her and her friends, friends' wedding photographs, and snapshots of John Gartshore Martin at the military school in Vernon, BC. Album also contains newspaper clippings and memorabilia. Clippings relate to news and announcements about Mary Ann's friends and other men from Kitchener-Waterloo serving in World War II (including deaths, injuries, etc.) and the weddings of Mary Ann's friends.

Martin, John Gartshore

Pollock, Carl A.

File consists of photographs and snapshots of Carl A. Pollock at various meetings, events, and presentations, and posing at his desk and on the plant floor. Includes photographs taken at the Winnipeg and Vancouver showrooms, a photograph with D. Lowater and two executives from Lima, Peru, several candid snapshots, and a photograph of a sculpted bust of Carl A. Pollock. File also includes memoranda with descriptions of two photographs.

Electrohome

Research file.

Correspondence, notes, and photocopies of press clippings related to E Palmer Patterson's research about Indigenous peoples in British Columbia and Reverend A.E. Green.

Patterson, E Palmer

The Dare Company Limited : photos.

Contains one binder labelled "Photos." The binder contains a black and white newspaper advertisement "Our first customer" [ca. 1967]; a Union Carbide plastic products advertisement featuring Dare biscuits; black and white photographs of products; portraits of staff; the interior and exterior of the plant in Surrey, B.C.; new wage agreement at the Surrey plant; an advertisement for a contest; and store displays. The majority of the photographs are labelled.

  • Bill Mitchell, 2 photographs : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • J.D. Burke, 2 photographs : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • John McKay, 2 photographs : b&w ; 12 x 17 cm
  • John McKay, Doug Soanes, Ken O’Hara, Jack Graham, and C.M. Dare at the plant in Surrey, B.C. January, 1962, 2 photographs : b&w ; 17 x 13 cm
  • Dare Coconut creams, 2 photographs : b&w ; 13 x 18 cm
  • Dare Whole Wheat Digestive biscuits, 2 photographs : b&w ; 18 x 13 cm
  • Dare Potato Chips, 2 photographs : b&w ; 13 x 18 cm
  • Dare Candy Chest of Fruit Jellies, 2 photographs : b&w ; 18 x 13 cm
  • Bert Luckhurst, Peterboro, 1 photograph : b&w; on mount 22 x 27 cm
  • Dare Foods personnel, Mr. J. M. Lumby (left), members of the Employees’ Committee, and Mr. K. K. O’Hara (left centre) are shown with Mr. William White of Local 457 of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers Union, after satisfactory negotiation of a new wage agreement at the Surrey plant, 1 photograph : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm
  • Mr. K. K. O’Hara (left) of Dare Foods shown here with Mr. William White of Local 475 of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers Union after satisfactory negotiation of a new wage agreement., 1 photograph : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm
  • Bill Gill, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Tom Warren, 1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 18 cm
  • John Bull, 1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 17 cm
  • B. Sanders, 1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 18 cm
  • D. Grischow, 1photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • C.A. Preistman, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • J.M. Langley, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Deal B, 1 photograph : b&w ; 17 x 26 cm
  • Deal A, 1 photograph : b&w ; 18 x 26 cm
  • Dare biscuit display, 1 photograph : colour ; 13 x 18 cm
  • Dare's potato chip display, 1 photograph : colour ; 13 x 18 cm
  • Dare Lemon Cremes, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 18 cm
  • Product display, 1 photograph : b&w ; 16 x 26 cm
  • Dare's and Dare potato chips, 1 photograph : b&w ; 16 x 26 cm
  • Dare Chocolate Chip cookies, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Saratoga by Dare's potato chips, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Dare products and space exploration buttons, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Devonsheer Melba Toast by Dare's, 1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 10 cm
  • Dare Romper Room and Peanut Crunch biscuits, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Step Right Up Folks promotion, 1 photograph : b&w ; 23 x 17 cm
  • Dare Delicious! display, 1 photograph : b&w ; 15 x 26 cm
  • John McKay standing beside machinery at the Surrey plant, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm ; 21 x 26 cm
  • Machinery at the Surrey plant, 2 photographs : b&w ; 17 x 13 cm ; 21 x 26 cm
  • Interior of Surrey plant, 1 photograph : b&w ; 13 x 17 cm
  • Display, 1 photograph : b&w ; 9 x 15 cm
  • Exterior of Surrey plant, 1 photograph : b&w ; 17 x 11 cm

Dare Foods Limited

The Nisga'a and their neighbours.

A spiral bound volume (approximately one hundred and fifty leaves) containing photocopies of twelve published articles by E Palmer Patterston preceded by a title page and a table of contents.

Includes the following articles:

1. Patterson, E P. "Early Nishga-European Contact to 1860: A People for "those Who Talk of the Efficiency of Moral Lectures to Subdue the Obduracy of the Heart"." Anthropologica. N.s. 25 (1983): 193-219.

2. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Initiative and Missionary Response: Robert Doolan at Quinwoch, B.C." Missiology: an International Review. 9.3 (1981): 337-344.

3. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith, B.C. : Leadership Continuity in a Native Christian Village, 1867-1887." Canadian Journal of Anthropology. 3.9 (1982) : 45-55.

4. Patterson, E P. "An Indian View of Missions and Missionaries." [publisher not identified] : 10.

5. Patterson, II E P. "A Decade of Change: Origins of the Nishga and Tsimshian Land Protests in the 1880s." Journal of Canadian Studies. 18.3 (1983): 40-54.

6. Patterson, E P. "Arthur E. O'meara, Friend of the Indians." The Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 58.2 (1967): 90-99.

7. Patterson, E P. "Native Missionaries of the North Pacific Coast: Philip Mckay and Others." The Pacific Historian. 30.1 (1986) : 22-36.

8. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Perceptions of Their First Resident Missionary, the Reverend R. R. A. Doolan (1864-1867)." Anthropologica. 30.2 (1988): 119-135.

9. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith's First Decade: A Nisga'a Village, 1867-1878." The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 12.2 (1992) : 229-250.

10. Patterson, E P. "Neshaki: Kinfolk and Trade." Culture. 10.2. (1990) : 13-24.

11. Patterson, E P. "The Nishga and the Fur Trade, 1834-1842." Native studies review. 6.1 (1990) : 67-82.

12. Patterson, E P. ""the Indians Stationary Here": Continuity and Change in the Origins of the Fort Simpson Tsimshian." Anthropologica. 36 (1994): 181-203.

Patterson, E Palmer

Vancouver

Correspondence, clippings, notes, etc., primarily photocopied biographical material ca. 1920s onward from the City of Vancouver Archives, and 1 piece of ephemera from the 11th Triennial, 1949.

Women's Press Club of Toronto

Vancouver office : Ken Kerr : correspondence.

File consists of material relating to Electrohome's Vancouver office. Includes memoranda from Ken Kerr (Vancouver office manager), press clippings (some photocopied), an internal news release, snapshots of the Electrohome booth at the 1964 Victoria Fair, and a portrait of a staff person.

Electrohome

Vancouver official opening : May 18, 1971.

File consists of material relating to the official opening of the expanded Electrohome branch in Vancouver, BC, on May 18, 1971. Includes copies of a news release, a carbon copy of a memorandum, a photograph of the showroom with a typed cutline, and ephemera. Some of the material is contained in a portfolio for a press kit.

Electrohome

Victoria

Correspondence, notes, December 1993 Newspacket, original news clippings dated 1963, photocopied news clippings, and 3 photographs from events in Montreal and Edmonton. The edition of Newspacket features a memorium about Ruth Gordon and articles about Marshall Saunders and Jean Craig, and has the 1993 Annual Report of the Media Club of Canada tucked inside. Clippings include biographical information about Evelyn Margery Hinds, Bess Forbes.

Two folded flyers dated 1965 and 1968 containing "a brief resume of the history of the C.W.P.C." Includes lists of Presidents from 1904-1968, as well as biographical information about Evelyn Margery Hinds, Bess Forbes, and three photographs from events in Montreal and Edmonton. Also in the file is the December 1993 edition of Newspacket featuring a memorium about Ruth Gordon and articles about Marshall Saunders, Jean Craig, with the 1993 Annual Report of the Media Club of Canada tucked inside.

Women's Press Club of Toronto