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Adolescents
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a report from the Corporation of the Township of Richmond Staff Human Resources Committee on "Project Contact 1973" written on September 19, 1973; a report written by consultant Don R. McComb written on June 15, 1981 titled "Juvenile Crime Prevention: The Neighborhood or Community Crime Prevention Group"; and a report written by David Ince titled "Richmond Youth/Community Development Project Report Summer 1982".

Agricultural Exhibitions
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Reference Files
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File
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File contains a book ; "Prize List: Richmond Annual Agricultural Exhibition and Gymkhana", sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Richmond at Lansdowne Park on August 19 and 20, 1947.

Agriculture
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Reference Files
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File
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File contains a map showing the Agricultural Land Reserve Boundary published by the City of Richmond, Revised 12/01/88 and Corrected 04/08/93; a photocopied "Report on Agriculture - Lulu Island, Sea Island, and North Arm" from the B.C. Department of Agriculture written in 1892; a report titled "Choosing Our Future - Greater Vancouver Agricultural Overview", prepared for the Greater Vancouver Regional District by G. Gary Runka, P. Ag. in March 1990; a report titled "Land For Farming" prepared by the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board of B.C. in March 1962; a pamphlet titled "Department of Agriculture, Farmer's Institutes. - Itinerary, Fall Meetings, 1911.", published November 1911; a report titled "Feasibility of Economic Agricultural Production on Parcels of Land Severed by Knight St., Located in Sections 32 and 5, Richmond, B.C." prepared for Block Brothers Realty Ltd. by consultants Circle W Farms; a typescript photocopy from Leonoff and Williams study for the Geography 350 course at UBC dealing with the loss of land from the Agricultural Land Reserve, undated, source Harold Steves; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Old Settlers Being Pushed Off Sea Island By New Developments" dated July 15, 1942; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Crops Promising In Richmond" dated June 1932; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Threshing Shows Very Good Yields", undated; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Of Richmond's Best", beginning of title cut off, undated, dealing with Seabright Dairy Products on Sea Island; a photocopied image from a newspaper, undated, showing dairy cows and barns on Sea Island; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Disastrous season for local farmers", The Review, Wednesday, October 8, year obscured; a phamplet titled "The Lower Coast Bulletin Area"

Aircraft
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a book titled "Vintage Aircraft in Canada" by Walter Henry and published by the Canadian Aviation Historical Society, 1976; a typescript about the history of the "Boeing Steel-Truss Glider" written by Lynne Waller, June 25, 2008 in reply to a request from the Canadian Aviation Museum; a newspaper article photocopy titled "Vintage plane a dream ride of memories" from The Richmond News, August 13, 1997; a typescript contract between the de Havilland Aircraft Company of Canada Limited and Yarrow Aircraft Corporation Limited to sell Moth type aircraft and spare parts in British Columbia; a CD copy of a 16mm film archived at BCIT's Library titled "Brisbane's Modern School - Learning to Build Wings over Canada".

Airport Terminals
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a typescript titled"Growing Up With Airplanes In Richmond - 1910 And Forward" written by Harry Pride in 2009 and with an attached photo of Charles Lindburgh's plane; a Program from the official opening of Vancouver Civic Airport and Seaplane Harbour, July 22 -25, 1931; a bound collection of photocopied newspaper articles about early aviation in B.C. with a typescript introductory letter from J.A. (Jim) Brown, author of "Hubbard The forgotten Boeing Aviator" dated January 4, 2002; a photocopied newspaper image of flight attendant's uniforms, Calgary Herald, undated; a manuscript written by Helen Healey, a former Canadian Pacific Airlines flight attendant/ purser, dealing with the duties and responsibilities of flight attendants, dated January 28, 2003; a photocopied newspaper article titled "Towering over the rest", dealing with the new control tower at Vancouver International Airport, Richmond Review, April 22, 1995; a magazine "Skytalk", the magazine of Vancouver International Airport, Souvenir Edition 1996, celebrating the opening of the new terminal building and the advent of "Open Skies" agreement; File contains a book, "Wings Over Vancouver - The Annual of the City of Vancouver Airport 1948"; booklet "Air Canada 75 Years of Innovation" (2012) (from Helen Healey).

Athletic Associations
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a program for the BC Special Olympic Games, July 3, 4, 5, 1987; ephemera - Membership card for the BC Athletic Club, Membership card for the Richmond Athletic Club (1932), two Canadian Rugby League Player's Pass cards (1931 and 1932) all issued to George Mackey.

Aviation
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains an article, "Early Aviation in B.C." written by W.P. "Andy" Anderson for the CAHS Journal, Volume 21, No. 2, Summer 1983, published by the Canadian Aviation Historical Society; an article, "Vancouver's Air History "by Jack Stepler, photocopied from the book "60 Years! Official Souvenir of Vancouver's Diamond Jubilee, compiled by the British Columbia Digest, 1946; two copies of a typescript about world and local aviation history, undated, author unknown; a photocopied image of a P57 Bell King Cobra, the first jet at Vancouver Airport, 1945 Wings of Victory Air Show, Andy Felker photo; a photocopied typescript, "Important Dates in British Columbia Aviation History: 1910-1942; a book, "The Magnificent Distances - Early Aviation In British Columbia 1910-1940", Sound Heritage Series Number 28, 1980; a newsletter, the "Aero Club Review", Volume 1, Number 1, December 1934; a program, "In Commemoration of the First Air Crossing of the Canadian Rockies", held at Vancouver International Airport, August 7, 1974; an article, "Phantoms of Sea Island" by Sean Rossiter, Vancouver Magazine, July 1986; a newspaper article, "Seven Canadian Birdwomen" by Stuart Keate, the Toronto Star Weekly, January 16, 1937, also two photocopies of the article; a piece of graphic art, "Flying Seven" Ground School; a photocopy of a newspaper article with photo "Fliers who will race auto at Minoru Park tomorrow", source unknown, undated; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Daredevil pilot made history at Minoru Park - Pilot survived many crashes and injuries" by Christine Lyon, Richmond Review, March 27, 2010; Richmond News article dated December 10, 2019 “Harbour Air makes history with test flight of world’s first electric commercial plane in Richmond.”

British Columbia Air Lines
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a book, "The Story of B.C. Air Lines Limited", undated; a pamphlet, "To get there by air, Go... B.C. Air Lines Ltd. Daily Scheduled Service and Chartered Flights to All B.C. Points".
Name(s):
British Columbia Air Lines Limited

British Columbia Packers Limited
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains an article, photocopied from a newspaper, the Review titled "Housing Will Drive Away Fishers, Says Union", by David DaSilva, Aug. 13, 1997;an article, photocopied from a newspaper, the Review, titled "Steves Suspicious Of Island Gift", by David DaSilva, June 11, 1999; an article, photocopied from a magazine, Western Fisheries Vol. 102, No. 4, titled "Packers' Steveston Plant", July 1981; an annual report for British Columbia Packers Limited, 1979; an annual report for British Columbia Packers Limited, 1978; an article photocopied from a newspaper, the Review, titled "Packers wins zoning war after three years" by David DaSilva, Oct. 29, 1999; an article photocopied from a newspaper, the Review, titled "Pattison Nets Packers", by David DaSilva, March 17, 1999.
Name(s):
British Columbia Packers Limited

Banks
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
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File contains a magazine, "B.C. Credit Unionist", Vol. 18, No. 11, October 1960; a pamphlet announcing the grand opening of the Royal Bank of Canada's new building at No. 3 road and Park Road, undated.

Barns
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a report, "Conservation Report for the historic Ewen Barn" by the Richmond Heritage Advisory Committee, Robert G. Lemon Architecture and Preservation, undated; a magazine, "Heritage - The Magazine of the Heritage Canada Foundation", Winter 1999, article page 16, "Historic Ewen barn Threatened by Neglect" by Graham Turnbull; a photocopied newspaper article, "Ewen Barn Collapses" by Marcie Good, The Richmond News, February 10, 1999; a report, "Barns of the Lower Fraser Valley" by Vincent Bissonnette, March 1972; a newspaper article "Historic 12-sided barn collapses" by Celia Sankar, Vancouver Sun, Feb. 12, 1999; a newspaper article "Ewen Barn Collapses" by Marcie Good, Richmond News; a newspaper article "Historic barn succumbs to storm's fury" by Martin van den Hemel, Richmond Review, feb. 10, 1999; a newspaper editorial "Turnbull's efforts to save Ewen Barn was worthy" Richmond News, Feb. 14, 1999.

Blueberries
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a photocopied newspaper article, "Blue is Beautiful on Lulu Sweet's Island" by Tom Browne, The Daily Colonist, July 10, 1977.

Boeing Aircraft of Canada
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 box
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Box contains a folder containing Volume 1of the "Boeing Beam", Boeing Canada's newsletter published for 1943 by the Boeing Aircraft of Canada Public Relations Dept., donated by Sheila (Moffatt) Street Includes issues 3, 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, Victory Loan "Extra" edition, 22, 24, 25, and a photocopy of page 3 of issue 23. Includes originals and some photocopies of originals; a folder containing Volume 2 of the "Boeing Beam", Boeing Canada's newsletter published for 1944 by the Boeing Aircraft of Canada Public Relations Dept. donated by Sheila (Moffatt) Street, issues 1 - 26. Includes originals and photocopies of originals; a folder containing Volume 3 of the "Boeing Beam", Boeing Canada's newsletter published for Jan. 5 to Aug. 31, 1945 by the Boeing Aircraft of Canada Public Relations Dept. donated by Sheila (Moffatt) Street, issues 1 - 8 and 10 - 18. Includes originals and photocopies of originals; one folder containing a pamphlet from the Boeing Historical Archives, undated, and an article titled "Boeing" printed from a website, http://www.seaislandhome.org/Boeing~ns4.html, and a magazine, "Boeing Magazine" vol. 14, no. 10, October 1944, and a photocopy of an article from the magazine titled "B-29 Maple Leaf Brand", and a photocopy of a typescript finding aid to the Boeing Archives that deals with Boeing Aircraft of Canada,and a photocopy of a newspaper clipping, Vancouver News-Herald, August 28, 1942, "From College Gown to Overalls" showing images of Sheila (Moffatt) Street and Sylvia Anderson, and a graphic art safety poster titled "John Dope 1902 - 1944, and How He Got Here", designed by the National Film Board and issued by the Department of Labour through the Wartime Information Board, one original and one photocopy.
Name(s):
Boeing Aircraft of Canada Limited

Bogs
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a typescript report titled "Commercial Peat Establishments and Their Relationship to Agricultural Activities in the Municipality", undated; a typescript report "Exsert" about peat production during WW2 for use in the magnesium industry, undated (2 copies); an article titled "Fog and Bog and Peat Fires" written by Dellis Cleland, 1972 and printed from the website http://www.geog.ubc.ca/richmond/city/fire.html; a photocopied typescript titled "The Story of the Sphagnum Bogs" written by Pat Coutts in 1972 and revised by Susan Stevenson in 1975 (2 copies); a typescript of a poem, "The Ballad of Yaada" written by Emily Pauline Johnson and printed from a website, http://www.uwo.ca/english/canadianpoetry/confederation/johnson/flint_and_feather; a typescript list, "British Columbia Peat Companies 1933-1945", David Robertson Jan. 2002; an essay, "The Sphagnum Bog" by A. Cairns, undated; a thesis, "Dendritic Drainage Channels and Tidalflat Erosion, West of Steveston, Fraser River Delta, British Columbia", by Edmund Medley, UBC, April 1978; a book, "Bog, Fog and Bog Fires" by Dellis Cleland, Historical Researcher, 1972.

Schools - Bridgeport School
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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File contains Bridgeport 1979 "A Space in Time" school annual; Bridgeport School Song, from Miss Morrow, pupil who attended Bridgeport School, 1917 (believed to be written by B.S. Principal, Mr. Doller); 1979 Bridgeport School Catchment Study Resident's Input, February 1979; Bridgeport Tattler, Vol. 1, No. 5, May 7, 1923; Bridgeport Tattler (no date); The Bridgeport Tattler, Vol. 1, No. 6, June 11, 1923.
Name(s):
Bridgeport School

Bridges
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 box
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Box contains a report, "Middle Arm Crossing Number Two Road Bridge Conceptual Design Report" written by PBK Engineering Ltd. for the Corporation of the Township of Richmond, August 21, 1990; a report to the City of Richmond from Buckland and Taylor Ltd., Civil and Structural Engineers on a design for the Number Two Road Bridge, October 24, 1991; a report to the Ministry of Transportation and Highways from Reid Crowther and Partners Ltd. titled "Middle Arm Bridge and Road Study - Functional Design", June 1, 1993; a folder containing two copies of a typescript list of Richmond bridges, their dates of construction and their fates, prepared by John Belshaw of the Richmond Centennial Committee, 1978; a photocopy of a pamphlet, "The Dedication of the Arthur Laing Bridge", May 15, 1976; a letter, photocopied from a newspaper, the Richmond Review, Sept. 17, 1986 titled "A fixed link to Island could prove positive", written by Terry J. McPhail; a letter photocopied from a newspaper, the Richmond Review, Sept. 24, 1986 titled "Another 'positive' megaproject?", written by Doug Sandberg; an article photocopied from a newspaper, the Province, July 2, 1986 titled "Strait under and over" and about a proposed bridge project to Vancouver Island; a pamphlet titled "Alex Fraser Bridge - A Bridge to Tomorrow" produced by the Ministry of Transportation and Highways, 1986; two pamphlets titled "Grand Opening - Walk Run Cycle across Richmond's new No. 2 Road Bridge" produced by the City of Richmond,July 11, 1993; a pamphlet titled "The Annacis Island Crossing - Questions and Answers" produced by the Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Hon. Alex V. Fraser, Minister, Aug. 1981; ephemera, an envelope with four auto toll tickets for the Fraser-Delta Thruway dated Jan, 3, 17, 31 and March 20, 1964; ephemera, an envelope containing two toll ticket stubs for the Oak St. Bridge and one 25 cent toll ticket for the Fraser-Delta Thruway, undated; ephemera, an envelope containing one Commutation toll ticket for the Patullo Bridge, undated; a typescript copied from a newspaper article about the Fraser Avenue Bridge disaster from the Vancouver Province, November 13, 1916 with an attached e-mail dated December 15, 2008 from Ken MacLeod to Lynne Waller about the article; a typescript, titled "Twigg Island Bridge Disaster - Update from Ken MacLeod"referring to an accident on the Fraser Avenue Bridge, undated; a typescript list showing the jusidictions for the Richmond bridges, City of Richmond Traffic Section, January 11, 2006; a photocopy of a graphic image of a plaque fixed to the No. 2 Road Bridge; a program of the No. 2 Road Bridge opening ceremony, July 11, 1993; a map showing locations of parking areas and displays for the No. 2 Road Bridge opening event, July 11, 1993; a typescript list of invitations to the No. 2 Road Bridge opening, July 11, 1993;a typescript invitation to the No. 2 Road Bridge opening on City of Richmond letterhead, July 11, 1993; a photocopy of a typescript letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to Premier Mike Harcourt inviting him to attend the opening of the No. 2 Road Bridge, July 11, 1993;a photocopy of a typescript letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to the Honerable Art Charbonneau, Minister of Transportation and Highways inviting him to attend the opening of the No. 2 Road Bridge, July 11, 1993; a photocopy of a typescript letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to Mr. John Fussel, PBK Engineering Ltd. inviting him to attend the opening of the No. 2 Road Bridge, July 11, 1993; a photocopy of a typescript letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to Mr. William W. Cody of Delta Catalytic Constructors Ltd. inviting him to attend the opening of the No. 2 Road Bridge, July 11, 1993; a photocopy of a typescript letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to Mr. John Miller of JJM Group inviting him to attend the opening of the No. 2 Road Bridge, July 11, 1993; a report titled "Annacis Cable Stayed Bridge Construction Progress Report Number 4", September 1986; a program for the dedication of the Arthur Laing Bridge, May 15, 1976; an article photocopied from a newspaper, The Richmond News titled " No. 2 Road Bridge Opens Ahead of Schedule", July 7, 1993; an article photocopied from a newspaper, the Richmond News titled "Bridge Results in Less Traffic" written by Bill Lam, July 14, 1993; an article, photocopied from a newspaper titled "Bridge Approaches - Residents Told That Their Property Will Be Taken", Dec. 15, 1954; an article, photocopied from a newspaper, the Richmond Review titled "1,200,000 Rebuilt Bridge Only North Arm Solution" written by Ted Weedon, January 24, 1951; an article, photocopied from a newspaper titled "Bridge Jams Sunday Traffic - MP Demands 4-Lane Tunnel or High Span", undated; an article, photocopied from a newspaper titled "High Level Bridge vs. Present Marpole Bridges Discussed Monday, February 19, 1941; an article, photocopied from a newspaper, the Vancouver Province with a map showing the proposed North Arm Crossing, March 23, 1955; an article, photocopied from a newspaper, The Richmond Review titled "$21.2 Million Cure For traffic Headach", written by Dan Stinson, November 4, 1970; an article, photocopied from a newpaper, the Vancouver Sun titled "A New Route Leaps the Fraser" written by Shelly Banks, September 19, 1986.

Churches - Brighouse United Church
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Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a photocopied newspaper article, "Brighouse Celebrates Anniversary", Richmond Review, June 10, 1983; a copy of a manuscript, "Historical Record Brighouse United Church", undated; a copy of a typescript, "Brighouse United Church", with attached handwritten notes, undated; a copy of a typescript,"Brighouse United Church", April 29, 1974; a copy of a subscription list raising funds to build a new church building for Brighouse United Church, 1940; a photocopy of a photograph of children at Brighouse United Church, undated; a copy of a report, "Ministers of Richmond Church", undated; a copy of a newspaper article, "New Hall Planned in Expansion Program - Brighouse United on the Move", Richmond Review, May 3, 1974; a copy of an insurance application for Brighouse United Church, June 4, 1927; a copy of a tender from Pacific Coast House Movers for work to move the church and parsonage, raise church, and construct a basement, June 18, 1927; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph showing the church being moved, Vancouver Sun, May 10, 1974; copies of correspondence between Brighouse United Church and Ocean Falls United Church regarding the purchase of stained glass windows, light fixtures and pews by Brighouse United after the closure of Ocean Falls, Nov. 6, 1972 to Jan. 3, 1973; a photocopy of a photograph showing girls at Brighouse United Church; a photocopy of a photograph showing boysat Brighouse United Church; a copy of a newspaper article, "Church Dedication Sunday Afternoon", Marpole-Richmond Review, Sept. 4, 1940; a copy of a magazine article, "New United Church at Brighouse, B.C.", The Western Recorder, Sept. 1940; photocopies of ephemera, a Methodist Church membership card dated Year ending Mar. 1923, an invitiation to "Father and Son Week", Feb. 7 to 14, 1926, a photograph of a church building, an offering card for the Brighouse United Church building fund, a list of names and a expense report; a photocopy of a juvenile collector's card "For Missions of the Methodist Church", undated; a photocopy of a photograph of Methodist Churches in Port Alberni, B.C. and White Rock, B.C.;three photocopies of subscription lists for the building fund, Brighouse United Church, undated; a list of names, undated; a copy of a rough sketch with measurements of Grace Church, undated; a copy of a list of measurements and building details, undated; a typescript newslatter, "Brighouse Newsletter", Vol. 50, No. 1, Jan. 1976, pages 2, 3 and 4; a book of photocopied newspaper and magazine articles, advertisments and notices about Brighouse United Church; two programs, "United Church of Canada, Brighouse Church, Brighouse B.C. - Dedication Service", Sept. 8, 1940; a program, "Anniversary", Brighouse United Church's 50th Anniversary, June 13, 1976; a program, "Brighouse United Church - Dedication Service - J.D. Murdoch Centre", April 27, 1975; a program, "Brighouse United Church 1926 - 1976", 50th Anniversary Celebration June 13. 1976; a program, "Brighouse United Church 1926 - 1975 The United Church of Canada 1925 - 1975", June 8, 1975; ephemera, an invitiation card to the 50th Anniversary Service at Brighouse United Church.
Name(s):
Brighouse United Church

British Columbia Electric Railway
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 box
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Box contains an envelope containing copies of the newsletter, "The Buzzer", Vol. 20 No. 19 Aug. 9, 1935; Vol. 40 No. 16, April 20, 1955 (2 copies); Vol.43 No.8, Feb 21, 1958 (6 copies incl. Salute to Richmond); Vol.43 No. 10, March 7, 1958; Vol.43 No.23, June 6, 1958; Vol.50 No. 31, Aug. 13, 1965; Special Issue Dec. 3, 1971 "Transit Route Changes in Richmond"; Vol. 61 No. 22 July 16, 1976; Vol. 65 No. 17, Oct. 3, 1980; Vol. 66 No. 19, Sept. 18, 1981; Vol. 75 No. 18, Sept. 7, 1990; Vol. 75 No. 13, June 26, 1990; Vol. 75 No. 6, March 23, 1990; Vol. 75 No. 5, March 19, 1990; Vol. 75 No. 4, Feb. 23, 1990; Special Edition "100 Years of Transit" Jan. 12, 1990 (2 copies); and a pamphlet, "Vancouver - Richmond Rapid Transit - What do You Think?", Jan. 4, 1991; all publiched by the British Columbia Electric Railway Co. Ltd. and BC Transit; an envelope containing ephemera, an empty ticket book "10 Ride Settler's Ticket" for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., stamped Sept. 11, 1919; a child's ticket for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., undated; a ticket for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., undated; eight transfer tickets for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., undated; a pamphlet "Interurban Timetables" for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., Dec.1, 1944; and a Conductor's Tariff Book for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., Nov. 24, 1927; an envelope containing ephemora, a ticket for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., undated; an envelope containing ephemora, an invitation to Mrs. J. Cheverton for the last ceremonial run of the Marpole-Steveston Interurban Passenger Train, Feb. 28, 1958; an envelope containing ephemera, a ticket for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd. Lulu Island Branch "Rifle Range to Vancouver, stamped July 13, 1912; an envelope containing ephemera, a full ticket book for the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., Lulu Island Branch; an envelope containing ephemera, a postcard showing "B.C. Electric RLY. Interurban Car #1220 at Blundell Road, Richmond, May 1952", and two schedules with map for Richmond from the B.C. Electric Railway Co. Ltd., Feb.17, 1956 and April 27, 1956; a book, "Introducing B.C. Electric Services", printed 1952; a report, "The Effect of the B.C. Electric Tramline on Richmond in 1905", by Pat Murphy, written for History 110-30 at Douglas College, undated; a print of a web article, "All-Time List of Canadian Transit Systems - Vancouver Region, British Columbia - British Columbia Electric Interurban" by David A. Wyatt, http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/alltime/vancouver-suburbs-bc.html ; a report, The B.C.E.R.'s Influence on Richmond's Urbanization After 1905, written by Joanne Hol for History 110, Douglas College, April 20, 1977; a report, "Public Utilities Commission Report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the Investigation into the Rates and Service of the British Columbia Electric Railway Company Limited and Associated and Subsidiary Companies", July 1943; a report, "A Good Friend Lost: The Story of the Interurban Tram Grom Steveston to Vancouver", by Greg Phillips, Dec., 1973; an envelope containing ephemera, Timetables and Transit Map for Richmond, July 21, 1961; an article "British Columbia Electric Railway" photocopied from the book "The Electric Interurban Railways in America", by George W. Hilton and John F. Due, Stanford Univ. Press, 1960; a typescript of an article "Substation Lulu Island" from the B.C. Electric "Family Post" Magazine, Feb. 15, 1951, written by Ernie Rippon; a photocopy of a typescript list, "Some Important Dates in B.C. Electric History, undated; a typescript, "Interurban", undated; a folder containing a photocopy fron a B.C Electric Richmond Transit schedule map for Feb. 17, 1956; a proposal, "Back on Track Proposal - Steveston Interurban Restoration Society", July 1992; a photocopy of an article, "Gumboot Express" from Sounder Magazine, Sept. 1991; four photocopies showing maps of rhe B.C. Electric Railway routes from the book "Historical Atlas of Vancouver and the Lower Fraser Valley" by Derek Hayes (2005); a typescript time line "Steveston Historic Waterfront Speakers Series - The Steveston Line", with a detailed timeline of events in the history of rail service to Steveston and a map showing the Lulu Island Line with stations, road crossings and electrical substations; a report titled "Chronology re. Tram #1220 and the Steveston Interurban Tram Society"; an article in the May 27th, 2006 Richmond Review by Matthew Hoekstra, titled "City gets heritage tram for $400,000.
History / Biographical:
B.C. Electric Railway Company (B.C.E.R.) Limited was incorporated in 1897 to take over the property and business of the Consolidated Railway Company. The Consolidated Railway Company had been formed the previous year, taking over ten other companies engaged in electric light systems or tramways in Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster. After 1897 B.C.E.R. formed a number of subsidiary companies to look after various interests from electricity to street cars. In 1926 the company was restructured as a holding company called British Columbia Electric Power and Gas Company Limited. This company's stocks were subsequently purchased by the British Columbia Power Corporation Limited. In 1962, the provincial government formed the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, a crown corporation which united the functions of the British Columbia Electric Power and Gas Company and its subsidiaries under one agency.
Name(s):
British Columbia Electric Railway

British Columbia Genealogical Society, Richmond Branch
Part Of:
Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
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File contains a typescript notice of meeting for the first meeting of the Richmond Branch of the British Columbia Genealogical Society, undated; a typescript list of the executive of the B.C. Genealogical Society, Nov. 5, 1972; a manuscript address and phone number for Alan Barnard, president of the B.C. Genealogical Society, undated; manuscript correspondence from Wendy Burns, Secretary of the B.C. Genealogical Society listing the proposed executive for 1974-1975, June 27, 1974; a manuscript list giving names and contact information for the executive of the B.C. Genealogical society, undated; a typescript list giving names and contact information for the executive of the B.C. Genealogical Society 1972-1973; typescript correspondence from W.P. Anderson, Director of the Richmond Arts Centre to J.D. Anderson, President of the B.C. Genealogical Society, Jan. 29, 1973; typescript correspondence from Elizabeth Jarvis, General Secretary of the B.C. Genealogical Society to Andy Anderson of the Richmond Arts Centre, July 9, 1972; typescript correspondence from Elizabeth Jarvis, General Secretary of the B.C. Genealogical Society to Andy Anderson of the Richmond Arts Centre, Aug. 21, 1972; typescript correspondence from W.P. Anderson of the Richmond Arts Centre to E. Jarvis, General Secretary of the B.C. Genealogical Society, Aug. 31, 1972.
Name(s):
British Columbia Genealogical Society, Richmond Branch

Business
Part Of:
Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
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File contains a report, "Richmond Labour and Employment Opportunities", April 7, 1992; an article photocopied from a magazine, "Business Life" titled "Richmond, Business Life Special Report" Dec.-Jan. 1981, pages 37-47; an article, photocopied from a magazine, "Area Report - Richmond", undated, recieved Nov. 17, 1987; a magazine, "Richmond Business Parks - Special Report", a supplement to Trade and Commerc magazine, undated, recieved Feb. 19, 1990; a typescript list titled "Richmond Population - Past, Present and Future", compiled by V.J. Wieler, Planning Dept., March 16, 1959; a typescript list "Commercial Survey - Sept. 22, 1961", listing Business establishments and their locations; an article "Richmond", undated; a magazine, "Outwest Magazine - Business and Tourist Promotion in BC Canada" Vol. 5 No. 7, 1984-1985, cover title, "Richmond, B.C. - Home of the Vancouver International Airport"; a typescript list, "Broadstreet's Commercial Ratings of Bankers, Merchants, Manufacturers, etc. in the Dominion of Canada - March 1930"; an article photocopied from a newspaper, The Richmond News, titled "Ahead of its time - A.L.I.'s data storage technology was considered radical a decade ago" by Marcie Good, Aug. 13, 1997

Canadian Fishing Company
Part Of:
Reference Files
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Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopied advertisment for the Canadian Fish and Cold Storage Company, Ltd.; a book, "The Canadian Fishing Co. Ltd. - Camp Tally Book" with entries dated from June 30, 1936 to Aug. 8. 1936 and signed by tallyman S. K. Milne; a collection of invoices from Imperial Oil Co. Ltd. for oil products sold to the Canadian Fishing Co. for use in their Espinosa Cannery in Esperanza Inlet dated from Feb. 24, 1928 to Dec. 24, 1928; a collection of invoices from Gault Brothers Limited Wholesale Dry Goods for goods sold to the Canadian Fishing Co. for use in their Espinosa Cannery in Esperanza Inlet dated from April 10, 1928 to Oct. 22, 1928; three bills from the Richmond Municipality Water Works for the Canadian Fishing Co. dated Aug. 1, 1932, March 1, 1933 and June 11, 1932; two letters from the Township of Richmond to the Canadian Fishing Co. dealing with overdue water rates, dated May 14, 1934; six notices "In the Matter of Tax Sale" of properties belonging to the Canadian Fishing Co., H. Tanaka, Stanley Bell-Carter, and Letitia Trites, dated Dec. 4, 1934; a receipt for $12.00 dated March 31, 1934, Steveston; a bill from the Township of Richmond Waterworks Dept. to the Canadian Fishing Co. Ltd. dated Nov. 15, 1934; three building permits issued to the Canadian Fishing Co. Ltd. for buildings on Chatham St and 4th Ave. in Steveston, dated Jan. 6, 1937; A bill of lading from Union Steamships Limited for 100 empty fish boxes to the Canadian Fishing Co. Ltd. dated Sept. 21, 1929; Typescript correspondence from Sooke Harbour Fishing and Packing Co. Ltd. to "Henry" regarding "mildcuring" of fish, signed "Dad", dated May 26, 1927; A typescript report on sign up for medical services from various logging camps, unsigned and undated; a collection of invoices from Western Groceries Limited Wholesale Grocers for products sold to the Canadian Fishing Co. for their Espinosa Cannery in Esperanza Inlet, dated April 10, 1929 to June 10, 1929; two inspection reports from the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, undated; a report of an inspection by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Fisheries Branch on the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, signed by Inspector R.W. MacLeod, dated June 17, 1929; Two Newsletters " Your Job and Mine", November 1949 and February 1950.
Name(s):
Canadian Fishing Company Limited

Cenotaphs
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains an article photocopied from a newspaper, "Last Parade for N. Hardy", Nov. 11, 1963; a photo, photocopied from a newspaper, The Richmond Review, "Crowds Encicle Cenotaph As Richmond Remembers...", Nov. 16, 1960; an article photocopied from a newspaper, the Richmond News, "Council Selects Location for Cenotaph", by Barry Link, June 23, 1999; an envelope containing a pamphlet, "Order of Service - Ceremony of Unveiling and Dedication of The Richmond War Memorial", April 9, 1922; a typescript list, "Cenotaph Names List - World War 1"; a typescript list of names on the cenotaph "South Face - 1939-1945" and "North Face - 1939-1945"; a typescript list of names on the cenotaph "World War 2"; Photocopied pages from a book, "They Shall Grow Not Old - A Book Of Remembrance" by Les Allison and Harry Hayward, pages 185,223,239,241,249,259,264,485,500,501,529,573792,815 showing local air force casualties; newspaper articles photcopied from the Marpole-Richmond Review, March 7, 1945 with titles "Boyd Gilmore Is Buried in France" and Gordon Olafsen Presumed Dead"; an article from a newspaper, photocopied, "Flight-Sgt. Boyd Gilmore Still Reported Missing", undated; an article from a newspaper, photocopied,"Missing - Flt.- Lt. E.B. McCutcheon", Jan. 24, 1945; an article from a newspaper, photocopied, "Wm. Fedoruk, RCAF Killed in Action", undated; an article from a newspaper, photocopied, "Commander Bill Gilmore in Ireland" and "Ian Myron Listed Missing Overseas", Marpole-Richmond Review, Jan. 3, 1945; an article from a newspaper, photocopied, "Pte. Jack Abercrombie Dies of His Wounds", Marpole-Richmond Review, Oct. 25, 1944; an article from a newspaper, photocopied, "John Forsyth Dies of Head Wounds", undated.

Centennial Community Society
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains one original and one copy of a typescript outline of the history and goals of the Centennial Community Society, founded August 28, 1958, and its work towards development of a Community Centre, dated Feb. 15, 1967.
Name(s):
Centennial Community Society

Centennials
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a report titled "Confederation '67, Vol. 3 No. 1, a Report of the Third Annual Meeting, 18, 19, 20 April 1963, published by the Canadian Centenary Council;a report titled "Confederation '67, Vol. 3 No. 4, a Report of the Third Annual Meeting, 18, 19, 20 April 1963, published by the Canadian Centenary Council; a book titled "Making 1967 Work - Planning for the Centenary on the Community Level", published by the Canadian Centenary Council, undated; a newspaper, "The Richmond Review - Richmond from A to Z - 100 Years of Progress", a souvenir edition, July 25, 1979; a report titled "The Canadian Centenary Council - Ottawa - Vol. 2 No. 1 - Report on the 2nd Annual Meeting 9 - 10 March 1962"; a magazine, "Century 1867/1967 - The Canadian Saga", published by the Province, Feb. 13, 1967; a pamphlet addressed to Mrs. P. Meyers of the Toastmistress Club inviting the club to participate in the 1966 B.C. Centenary and the 1967 Canadian Centenary, signed by Lt. Gov. George Pearkes, Premier W.A.C. Bennet and L.J. Wallace Chairman of the B.C. Centennial Committee; two pamphlets titled "Centennial '71 British Columbia, Canada - Calendar of Events", issue No.1 Jan. - June 1971; newsletters, "British Columbia Centennial '71 Spokesman", issue No. 1 (2 copies), 2, 3 (2 copies), 4, 5 (2 copies), 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24, published by the B.C. Centennial '71 Committee, Jan. 1970 to Dec. 1971; Ephemera, a folder featuring "Century Sam" and "Centennial Sue" containing a pamphlet, "British Columbia Centennial Calendarn of Events" Edition No.3, July 1967, a postcard, "British Columbia is Celebrating" and a Canadian Centennial pin; a pamphlet, "British Columbia's Centennial Year - Calendar of Events - 1958", published by the British Columbia Government Travel Bureau, Department of Recreation and Conservation; a report, "Municipal Planning for Centennial Year British Columbia", by L.J. Wallace to the 27th Annual Conference, Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, Regina, Sask., June 4, 1964; a book, "Celebrating Dominion Day", published by the Canadian Citizenship Branch, Dept. of Citizenship and Immigration, 1962; a book, "Diamond Jubilee of Confederation - 1867 - 1927 - Schools Celebration", published by the British Columbia Department of Education, 1927; a book, "Canada 1867 - 1967 Guide", published for the Centennial Commission by MacLean-Hunter, undated; ephemera, a cloth British Columbia Centennial 1971 jacket patch; ephemera, a sheet of British Columbia Centennial stickers, "Fun For Everyone in '71"; ephemera, a folder titled "British Columbia Centenary 1866 - 1966 1867 - 1967 Canadian Centenary", containing three pages featuring the Coats of Arms of Canada, the ten provinces and the two territories, a book, "Canada 1867 - 1967 Guide", published for the Centennial Commission by MacLean-Hunter, undated, an envelope containing a centennial medallion, and a centennial pin; a report, "The Jubilee-Centennial Celebrations - The Task Ahead" by Albert G. Watson to the 27th Annual Conference Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, June 4, 1964; a report, "Municipal Centennial Plans in Canada - A Preliminary Report of a Survey in Progress", by Mayor A. Walthen Gaudet, May 27, 1964; a report, "Municipal Planning for Centennial Year" by Peter H. Aykroyd, B.A. Sc., P.Eng. to the 27th Annual Conference of Mayors and Municipalities, June 4, 1964; a typescript titled "Richmond 100 Year Time Capsule", describing the design of a time capsule, undated; a calendar, "Lansdowne Park Richmond Centennial Souvenir 1879 - 1979", with attached business card from Ernest Chan, Royal LePage Realty; a typescript list, "Centennial 100 Year Time Capsule", listing the contents and location of a time capsule for Richmond's centennial, April 10, 1980; a folder titled "Special Centennial Council Meetings" containing notes and plans for a recreation of an early Richmond council meeting for Richmond's centennial; a folder titled "Copy for reproduction purposes" listing names of people and businesses, created Nov. 20, 2002; a newsletter titled "100's of Good Times - 1879- 1979" published by the Richmond '79 Centennial Society; a typescript photocopy titled "Richmond '79 Centennial Society - Centennial 100 Year Time Capsule - Placement ceremonies: Saturday June 21st, 1980", detailing the contents of the time capsule; a book titled "Roadside Stands - A Centennial Collection of Writings" compiled by the Richmond Writers Workshop, 1979.

Chimo Personal Distress Intervention Service in Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report titled "Nova House - A Transition House for Battered Women and Their Children" by Wendy Lee Braun, Aug. 1982.
Name(s):
Chimo Crisis Intervention Society

Churches
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript letter from H.C. Satre to Mrs. Muriel Noble, Archival Researcher, regarding the history of Our Savior Lutheran Church (808 Francis Road, Richmond), April 29, 1975; a typescript titled, "History of Richmond United Church 1888 - 1972" published by the Publications Committee, Richmond United Church; a photocopied newspaper article, "Destination: Richmond - Is Richmond the new holy city? - Venturing into religious tourism" by Christine Lyon, Oct. 4, 2008; a photocopy of a newspaper article titled "Richmond treks 73 years later; Heights marks 50th birthday", about Richmond United Church, Sept. 23, 1961; a photocopy of a newspaper article, "At Richmond United - Rally Sunday opens the doors", undated; a typescript report "Richmond Baptist Church - The Church in the Time of its Infancy", by Rev. Ray H. Galbraith, Pastor March 1957 - June 1964; a typescript report, "Early Richmond Churches" with handwrtten notes and copies of some pages, undated; a typescript list, "Richmond Church Pioneers", undated; a newsletter, "Parish of St. Edward, Bridgeport Richmond - 1952 - 1992 - Fortieth Anniversary", Oct. 11, 1992; a typescript list showing dates of church openings from 1871 to 1975; a photocopied plan of Minoru Chapel showing locations , donors and themes of stained glass memorial windows; a typescript and manuscript report, "St. Mary's Ukranian Catholic Church - estab. 1928"; a typescript and manuscript report, "West Richmond Gospel Hall - estab. 1954; a typescript and manuscript report, "Steveston Gospel Hall - estab. 1959; a typescript report, "Steveston Buddhist Church - estab. 1928"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Towers Baptist Church - estab. 1960"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Broadmoor Baptist Church - estab. 1958"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Gilmore Park United Church - estab. 1959"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Church of the Nazarene - estab. 1955 "; a typescript and manuscript report, "Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - estab. 1959"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Christian Reformed Church of Richmond - estab. 1957"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond United Church - estab. 1960"; a typescript and manuscript report, "St. Paul's Catholic Church - estab. 1933"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond Presbyterian Church - estab. 1960"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Rose of Sharon Baptist Church - estab. 1962"; a typescript and manuscript report, "St. Edward's Anglican Church - estab. 1952"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Christian Science - estab. 1940 - closed 1967"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Church of god - estab. 1946"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Mennonite Prince of Peace - estab. 1958"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond Pentecostal Tabernacle - estab. 1943"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond Alliance Church - estab. 1972"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Mennonite Brethren Church - estab. 1948"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond and Delta Jewish Community Association - estab. 1971"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Lutheran Our Savior - estab. 1959"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Ismaili Sect - estab. 1975"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Faith Evangelical Church - estab. 1958"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Evangelical Covenant"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Airport Interfaith Ministry - estab. March 1970"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Bahai World Faith"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Bakerview Gospel Church - estab. 1961"; a typescript and manuscript report, "At. Monica Augustinian Fathers Catholic Church - estab. 1947"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Trinity Lutheran - estab. 1951"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Richmond Baptist Church - estab. 1955"; a typescript and manuscript report, "St. Anne's Anglican Church - estab. 1892"; a typescript and manuscript report, "St. Alban's Anglican Church - estab. 1925"; a typescript and manuscript report, "Church of Christ - estab. 1923"; a typescript report, "Early Churches in Richmond"; a typescript report, "Richmond Presbyterian Church"; a typescript report, "South Arm United Church - estab. 1906"; a typescript report, "London's Landing Church"; a typescript report, "Catholic Mission - estab. 189?"; a typescript report, " Japanese Mission in Steveston"; a typescript report, "Steveston United Church - estab. 1893"; a typescript report, "Ministers of Richmond Church"; a typescript report by Mary Horton regarding a bus tour of Richmond, "Highway to Heaven and Steveston"; a photocopy of a report, "Religious Organizations in Richmond" by the Corporation of the Township of Richmond, Planning Department, Feb. 1984; a map showing the locations of churches in Richmond; a photocopy of two newspaper articles, "Richmond United Church - Fifty Years Old This Summer" and "Steveston Church 44th Anniversary" from the Richmond Review, May 1988; a photocopy of two newspaper articles, "Brighouse United" and "Steveston-South Arm United", Feb. 8, 1930; a typescript letter to the Richmond Archives from Mahta Nourinejad, Secretary of the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Richmond with some information about the Baha'i Faith Community in Richmond; a photocopy of a book, "History of the Steveston Buddhist Temple - 1928 - 2011" published by the Steveston Buddhist Temple, 2011; a report "Religion" with histories of many Richmond churches, by Corrine Billing, undated, circa 1975; a photocopy of a photograph showing Sea Island Presbyterian Church on Sea Island, photo taken from Lulu Island across the Middle Arm of the Fraser River, ca. 1890, 1977 16 10; an article by Margie Penny for the B.C. Tel News, published January 1985 titled "Buddhist temple is five-year project"; a booklet "St. Joseph the Worker: A Remembrance" published 1992.

City Halls
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book, "Meeting Places - Richmond's Town Halls - 1879 - 1995" by Mary Keen, City of Richmond Archives, 1995, 2 copies; a pamphlet, "Richmond's Town Halls", about the opening of the new City Hall, 2000; ephemera, an invitation to the official opening of the new Richmond City Hall, may 20, 2000; a program, "Official Opening Richmond Civic Center - Aug. 9, 1957, 3 copies; a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Our Town Hall Luck", the Richmond Record, June 1926; a photocopy of a newsapaper article, "Mistake of Auditor Leads to Burning of Town Hall", article dated Jan. 14, 1913, from Richmond Review, June 21, 1967; a report, "Richmond Civic Centre - Feasability Study", prepared by the IBI Group, David Thom, Director, for the City of Richmond, Nov. 27, 1991; a media package in a folder for the Millennium Charity Gala at Richmond's New City Hall , including a program, a press release, a press pass, and photographic prints from the Richmond Archives website, May 26, 2000; a folder containing documents from a presentation about plans for a new city hall, 1997.

City Planning
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a report, "Jobs, People and Transportation - Their Role in Metropolitan Physical Developement" ( A study of industrial location, the distribution of residential populations and the system of transportation in the Vancouver Metropolitan Region ) by Gerald Hodge and Ira M. Robinson, A Report to the Metropolitan Joint Committee, Vancouver, B.C., Feb. 1960; a bound typescipt, "Lectures given at Orientation Course in Community Planning held at University of British Columbia Department of Universty Extension in cooperation with Community Planning Association of Canada, School of Architecture and Graduate Course in Community and Regional Planning" April 9 to April 14, 1956.

Colleges
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Regional College Study: Delta, Langley, Richmond, Surrey" by Tantalus Research Limited, Dr. Walter G. Hardwick Primary Consultant, March 1967; a photocopy of the original draft report "Regional College Study: Delta, Langley, Richmond, Surrey" by Tantalus Research Limited, Dr. Walter G. Hardwick Primary Consultant, 1966 ; a copy of a typescript "Proposal - Dr. Walter G. Hardwick's Sectoral Plan", undated; a pamphlet "Fraser Valley West is a Regional College for You and Your Family" giving information on a plebiscite on formation of a regional college district, March 8, 1969.

Commercial Fishing
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book, "Fishing at the Delta" an educational transcript from the CBC Radio series "People in Landscape". Isaac Nelson, Arthur Swenson and Engman Iverson discuss fishing in the Fraser Delta before World War One, interviewed by Imbert Orchard. Published by the Provincial Archives of British Columbia, undated.

Community Arts Council of Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond" the Newsletter of the Community Arts Council of Richmond, May/June 1996; a photocopy of council minutes referring to the formation of the Richmond Community Arts Council and the appointment of a liaison member of council to be on the board of directors, March 9, 1970; a photocopy of council minutes referring to the appointment of Alderman A. Blair as liaison member of council to act on the Board of Directors of the Communty Arts Council, March 9, 1970; a photocopy of correspondence from R.A. McMath, Chairman, Parks and Recreation Commission to The Mayor and Aldermen of Richmond regarding the Community Arts Council of Richmond, Feb. 23, 1970; a photocopy of council minutes referring to the removal of Alderman Blair and the appointment of Alderman Steves as the council representative to the Community Arts Council, April 27, 1970; two newsmagazines "Community Arts Council of Richmond Special 5th Anniversary Edition 1970 ~ 1975"; a pamphlet, "Community Arts Council of Richmond"; a report "Community Arts Council of Richmond" describing the history, objectives and operations of the council, undated; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", Aug. 19, 1993; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", November/December 1992; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", January/February 1993; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", September/October 1992; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", July/August 1992; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", November/December 1992; a program "Legh M Kilpin Exhibition sponsored by the Community Arts Council of Richmond", September 8 to 24, 1976; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", August 1991; a newsletter "Richmond Arts and Heritage Newsletter", June 1990; a newsletter "Community Arts Council of Richmond", 1988/89; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", August 1990; a newsletter "Richmond Arts and Heritage Newsletter", 1990; a typescript minutes of meeting re: New Richmond Cultural Centre, Feb. 28, 1990; a newsletter "Arts and Heritage Richmond", October 1990.
Name(s):
Community Arts Council of Richmond

Connaught Skating Club of Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a club newsletter ("Connaught Fancy Figures") for March 1976; a program of the Connaught Skating Figure Skating Club's Centennial Celebration in 1979; a program of the B.C. Sections Figure Skating Championships 1981 hosted by the Connaught Figure Skating Club in December 1980; and an historical summary of the Connaught Figure Skating Club from 1911-1966 written in 1967.
Name(s):
Connaught Figure Skating Club

Cranberries
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article "Cranberries Thriving on Island Bog", Farm News, Dec. 1948; a photocopy of a newspaper article " Cranberries Fly Up the Spout - Lulu Island Man Has a Brainwave", by Simma Milner, The Vancouver Sun Oct. 30, 1948; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Harvest Time!" by John Johnson, The Richmond Review, Oct. 3, 1993; a magazine article "Berries of the Bog" by Lillian Mussallem, Westworld Magazine, undated; a magazine article "Cranberry Harvest" by Clare Marcus, Western Living Magazine, Sept. 1979; a report "The Development of the Cranberry Industry on Lulu Island" by Edith Shaw, 1957; a magazine article "The Fruits of His Labour" about Jack Bell, his career and philanthropy, by Rosemary Eng, Business in Vancouver Magazine, Dec. 1 - 7, 1992.

Demographics
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
2 boxes
Scope:
File contains (Volume 1) a report"British Columbia Population Projections 1974 - 1996", prepared by the B.C. Research Council, Nov. 1974; a report "United Way Research Services Bulletin - Selected 1986 Census Data for Lower Mainland Municipalities", March 1988; a report "Population, Housing, Labour Force, and Employment Growth" by the Greater Vancouver Regional District Planning Department, Feb. 1981; a binder titled "Statistics Canada 1976 Census - Statistics on Richmond" with photocopied census information inside; a report "Greater Vancouver Key Facts - A Statistical Profile of Greater Vancouver, Canada" by GVRD Development Services, May 1990; a report "Greater Vancouver Development Services Technical Memorandum - Vancouver Metropolitian Region - Municipal Forecasts for Population, Households, Employment 1981-2006" published by the GVRD Development Services Dept., Nov. 1984; a report "Spar Bulletin - Social Trends Update - Selected 1976 Census Data by Local Area - Richmond Division" published by United Way Social Planning and Research, Oct. 1979; a report "1971 Census Characteristics For Electoral District 901 - Burnaby - Richmond - Delta" published by Statistics Canada; a photocopy of tables "Statistics Canada 1976 Census - Population Demographic Characteristics", tables cover School Attendance and Level of Schooling, Labour Force Participation - Rates of Marries Females by Age, Labour Force Participation Rates by Sex and Level of Schooling, and Housing and Families - Lone Parent Families; typescript correspondence to R. Mann, Director of Planning, Municipality of Richmond from Ken Morris, Secretary Treasurer of School District No. 38 regarding two reports on demographics, Aug. 21, 1987; a report "Technical Memorandum No. 14 - Population, Household, Employment, and Labour Force Estimates - GVRD and Sub-regions - 1976 - 1991"; a report "Richmond - Social Trends" prepared by United Way of Greater Vancouver Department of Social Policy and Research and the Richmond Division of the United Way, June 1976; a report "Labour Market Review - April 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, May 8, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - May 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, June 10, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - June 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, July 8, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - July 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Aug.5, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - August 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Sept.4, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - September 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Oct.10, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - Oct. 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Nov. 7, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - November 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Dec. 11, 1991; a report "Labour Market Review - December 1991 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Jan. 10, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - January 1992 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Feb. 14, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - February & March 1992 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, April 10, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - April/May 1992- Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, June 12, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - June/July 1992 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Aug. 13, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - August/September 1992 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Oct. 13, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - Year End October/November/December 1992 - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Dec. 14, 1992; a report "Labour Market Review - First Quarter 1993 January, February, March - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, April 5, 1993; a report "Labour Market Review - Second Quarter 1993 April, May, June - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, July 21, 1993; a report "Labour Market Review - Third Quarter 1993 July, August, September - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Employment and Immigration Canada, Oct. 22, 1993; a report "Labour Market Review - Year End 1993 October/November/December - Richmond, South Delta Labour Market Area" prepared by D.W. (Dave) Groves, Labour Market Information Analyst for Human Resources Development, Jan. 21, 1994; (Volume 2) a photocopy "1901 Census of Canada - British Columbia - Reel T6429 - District #2 New Westminster - Sub-district E Polling Station 2 - Richmond" pages 1-36; a report "Demographic Analysis of Families Residing in Different Types of Housing", circa 1987; a table "Birth Records in Steveston B.C. (1872 - 1903)"; a report "District Analysis - Population and Enrolment Trends" prepared by the Richmond School District circa 1988; two copies of a report "A demographic Study of the Mitchell Elementary Catchment Area - Projected Enrolment for Mitchell Elemantary School 1987 - 1999" prepared by School District No. 38 (Richmond), August 1987.

Dominion Airways
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book, "Prospectus - Dominion Airways Limited" Jan. 13, 1927; a book "Dominion Airways Limited - General Aviation Information - Rates - Glossary of Aviation Terms" Dec. 1, 1927.
Name(s):
Dominion Airways

Schools - Duncan McDonald School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Duncan McDonald School History; Official Opening program for Duncan McDonald school, November 15, 1962; photocopies of photos.
Name(s):
Duncan McDonald School

Earthquakes
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Earthquakes" prepared by R. Barter, P. Eng. for the Corporation of the Township of Richmond, Nov. 1989; a photocopy of a newpaper article "Tsunami unlikely to do more than get our feet wet - Expert tells residents that an earthquake would cause more damage" by Martin van den Hemel, the Richmond Review, Jan. 15 - 16, 2005; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Richmond protected against tsunami" by Nelson Bennett, The Richmond News, Jan. 15, 2005; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Could it happen here?" by Nelson Bennett, The Richmond News, Jan. 5, 2005; a photcopy of a newspaper article "Richmond challenges foundations of earthquake planning" by Gerry Bellett, The Vancouver Sun, April 10, 1996; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Richmond's dream of becoming major city floats on shifting sands" by Gerry Bellett, The VAncouver Sun, April 10, 1996; a photocopy of correspondence "Well Known Except in Richmond" by Bernie McKee (Mrs. H.A.) to B.C. Land Commission, Livable Region Committee, Regional Planning Board, Emergency Program Coordinator Richmond, Provincial Emergency Program Coordinator, District Emergency Coordinator Red Cross and Richmond Planning Committee, includes copies from the Blunden report, July 11, 1975; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Quake gives Richmond a shake" by Martin van den Hemel, The Richmond Review, March 1, 2001; a pamphlet "In an Emergency: Emergency Earthquake Programme" prepared by the Corporation of Richmond Emergency Programme, undated; a poster, "Helpful Hints to Survive an Earthquake" prepared by the Corporation of Richmond Emergency Programme, undated; a typescript report "Geofacts - Earthquakes in Southwest British Columbia" by Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, undated; a booklet, "Hanna-Barbera - Yogi's Bear Facts - Earthquake Preparedness" prepared by Hanna-Barbara Productions, Inc. for the City of Los Angeles Earthquake Preparedness Program, 1988; a pamphlet, "Coping With Children's Reactions to Earthqukes and Other Disasters" prepared by the San Fernando Valley Child Guidance Clinic, undated.

Schools - East Richmond School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains undated descriptive letter citing the history of East Richmond School; handwritten letter from J. Kacer, dated June 20, 1964.
Name(s):
East Richmond School

EBCO Industries
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a magazine article "EBCO Industries' Eppich Twins - $20 Million Brotherly Business" from B.C. Business magazine, April 1976; a bound collection of material relating to EBCO Industries which includes a typescript titled "Helmut Eppich - Biography -", a report "1989 Annual Report - The EBCO Group of Companies", a magazine "The EBCO Group News" Vol. 6 No. 2, Oct. 1990, a magazine "The EBCO Group News" Vol. 6 No. 1, Feb. 1990, a magazine "The EBCO Group News" Vol. 2 No. 2, Dec. 1986, a magazine "BC Business" May 1990, and a pamphlet " Clinical P.E.T. Isotope Production" by Ebco Technologies Inc.
Name(s):
EBCO Industries

Eburne
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File contains two books and a photocopy of a book, "Eburne And District - Being an Illustrated Album of various sections of the Municipality of Point Grey", published by Alf. H. Lewis, Eburne B.C., 1908; a pamphlet "Three Thousand Words on Eburne" printed by the Richmond and Point Grey Board of Trade, circa 1910; a photocopy of a magazine article "Industrial Centre On Lower Fraser - Eburne Will Have Many Manufactories - Enjoys Trade of a Fine Productive District - Charming Place of Residence, Suburban Yet in Close Touch With Vancouver" circa 1913.
Name(s):
Eburne (B.C.)

Ecology
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File contains 2 copies of a report titled "An Ecological Approach to the Development of the Richmond Foreshore" by Don Watmough, B. Sc., 1972; a report "Ecological Review of Our Southwestern Shores" prepared for the Greater Vancouver Regional District Planning Department by Ian R. Church, Ecologist and Daniel S. Rubin, Biologist, June 1970; a report "Urban Geology of Richmond, British Columbia" by Roy H. Blunden, Department of Geological Sciences, University of British Columbia, July 1973; a typescript report "Ecological Succession" undated; a report "Estuary, Foreshore and Water Log Handling and Transportation Study - Overview of the Environmental Component" prepared for The Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia by the Environmental Review Panel, Nov. 1980; a report "Proposal for Bar Fishing within the Fraser River Delta - Report on the Justification to Retain and Improve Some Fraser River Sand Bars for Fishing" by Eddie Wersta, Fish and Wildlife Researcher, sponsored by the Lower Mainland Regional Wildlife Association, March 23, 1973; a report "Report to Council of Forest Industries Subcommittee on Foreshore and Estuary Use - Compilation and Summary of the Results of the COFI Questionaires on Logging Use of Foreshore Leases on the Coast of British Columcia" by the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, M.J. McDonald, A.W.J. Sinclair, P.P. Tse, May 30, 1980; a report " Report to Council of Forest Industries Subcommittee on Foreshore and Estuary Use - Evaluation and Economic Analysis of Twenty-six Log-Sorting operations on the Coast of B.C." by the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada, A.W.J. Sinclair, May 30, 1980; a book, published by the Province of B.C., titled "Community GreenWays: Linking Communities to Country, and People to Nature"

Education
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File
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File contains a binder labelled "Education" containing information on the history Richmond schools, undated, author unknown; a book "In the Wake of Restraint - The Impact of Restraint on Education in B.C." a research report by Elaine Jacobson and Larry Kuehn for a B.C Teacher's Federation Education Audit, Jan. 1987; a book, " Provincial Normal School, Vancouver, BC. Annual 1926 - 27"; ephemera, a greeting card in envelope, "With Every Good Wish for Christmas and the New Year" form Provincial Normal School, Vancouver, BC; a 2012 District Annual Report for Richmond School District No. 38.

Emblems
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1 folder
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File contains images of commemorative coins minted to celebrate Richmond's Centennial, 1979.

Ethnic Groups
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a report "A Framework for Action" by the City of Richmond Co-ordinating Committee on Ethnic Relations, March 2, 1992; a photocopied bibliography, source - "We Are Their Children - Ethnic Portraits of B.C.", circa 1977. Also contains of list of Japanese, Chinese, and First Nations individuals listed in directories, 1892 - 1911.

Ethnic Groups - Finns
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a typescript "A Small History of Finn Slough" by David Dorrington, Oct. 2000, (2 copies); a photocopy of a magazine article "Exploring Finn Slough" by Jerry Davidson, Western Living magazine, June 1978; a photocopy of a newspaper article "The Finns of Richmond" by John D. Belshaw, Richmond in Review, circa 1979; a newspaper photograph of fisherman Salomon Halonen of Finn Slough, the Richmond Review, Dec. 30, 1971; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Emotional battle brewing in riverside shantytown" by Miro Cernetig, The Globe and Mail, April 13, 1994; a typescript "An Interesting History Note From Richmond - The Changes in Finn Surnames" by David Dorrington, Oct. 23, 2000; a newspaper article "Finn Slough - Residents appeal to council" by Anna-Louise Pentland, The Richmond News, June 11, 2000; an untitled typescript dealing with Finn Slough, undated; a pamphlet "Finn Slough is in Danger!" printed by the Finn Slough Heritage and Wetland Society, undated; a newspaper clipping "Our Vanishing Past: Doomed Village" with an article and images of Finn Slough, the Richmond Review, Dec. 3, 1971; a university essay "From Finland to Finn Slough" submitted to Dr. D. Newell by Eric Sorila for the Historical Archaeology 205 course, U.B.C., Dec. 7, 1984; a bound typescript "The First Richmond Finnish Pioneers" by Ron Jacobson, Jr., circa 1979; a college essay "The History of the Finnish Settlement in Richmond" by Ron Jacobson for the History 110-30 course at Douglas College, Richmond Campus, April 16, 1977.

Ethnic Groups - Japanese
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
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File
Physical Description:
2 folders
Scope:
File contains (Volume 1) a group of photcopied photographs showing Japanese groups including one identified as the Japanese Fishermen's Benevolent Society 1897 - 1935; an article "Redress Questionaire Results" from the Greater Vancouver Japanese Canadian Citizen's Association Bulletin, Nov. 1986; a photocopy of an article "Studies in Documents - The Office of the Custodian of Enemy Property: An Overview of the Office and its Records, 1920-1952" by Judith Roberts-Moore, 1986; a photocopy of records of water rates paid by Japanese cannery workers, 1933 - 1938; a newsletter "Nikkei Images", Vol. 13, No. 3, Fall 2008, featuring an article "The River Garage" by Theodore T. Hirota; an article "The Japanese in Canada" by Dr. Joseph S. Roucek, Chairman of the Depts. of Political Science and Sociology, University of Bridgeport, Conn., written for "The Study of Current English" Vol. 20 No. 10, Oct. 1965 and Vol. 21 No. 2, Feb. 1966; a report "An Inventory to the Papers and Records in the Japanese Canadian Research Collection in the Library of the University of British Columbia Special Collections" prepared by Terry Nabata, 1975; a photocopy of a report "Removal of Japanese from Protected Areas" issued by the British Columbia Security Commission, March 4, 1942 to October 31, 1942 (2 copies); a pamphlet "The Case for Redress" printed by the National Association of Japanese Canadians, circa 1984; a photocopy of an article " The Japanese Evacuation" by Iain Munro, 1978; a photocopy of a newspaper advertisment from the B.C. Security Commission ordering all people of Japanese origin to report to the Hastings Park Clearing Pool, The Marpole/Richmond Review, March 25, 1942, page 3; a print-out from a website "Nikkei Canadian Fishermen's Memorial Statue Official Unveiling" from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Steveston BC, Sept. 20, 2002, http://www.ltgov.bc.ca/whatsnew/sp/sp_sep20_2_2002.htm; a binder titled "Redress for Japanese Canadians - An Information Package - August 1984" and containing a pamphlet from the Japanese Canadian Citizens Association on redress, a fact sheet, a membership form and a donation form, July 1984; a photocopy of a report "Re-establishment of Japanese in Canada, 1944-1946" a report of the Department of Labour, Jan. 1947 (2 copies); a print-out from a website "Nikkei Week 125th Anniversary Dinner - National Nikkei Heritage Centre - Burnaby BC 02/09/14" from the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, http://www.ltgov.bc.ca/whatsnew/sp/sp_sep14_2002.htm; a photocopy of a newspaper article "America-Mura Debuts to Promote Ties - Village preserves emigrant legacy" by Sachiko Hirao, The Japan Times, April 16, 1995; a book "The Japanese Connection in Steveston, B.C." by Haruji (Harry) Mizuta. (Volume 2) a photocopy of an article "A University at War: Japanese Canadians at UBC During World War II" by Elaine Bernard, BC Studies, No. 35, Autumn 1977; photocopies of newspaper articles "Evacuation of 2000 Japanese May Make Steveston Ghost Town" and "Young Evacuee Describes Journey" by Yosie Yasui, Marpole/Richmond Review March 25, 1942; a university essay "A Survey of Racial Attitudes Toward the Japanese of B.C. From 1907 to the Present as Evidenced Primarily Through the Newsprint Media and Government Policies" prepared for Dr. Charles Bishop by Michael F. Forhan for Ethno-History 472 at Simon Fraser University, undated; a report "Democracy Betrayed - The Case for Redress" by the National Association of Japanese Canadians, submitted to the Government of Canada, undated; a book "The Exodus of the Japanese" by Janice Patton, 1973; an article "Steveston" from "We are Their Children - Ethnic Portraits of B.C.", undated; a report "Report of Japanese Fishing Vessel Disposal Committee" Dec. 1943; a book "Hands Across the Pacific - Japan in British Columbia 1889-1989" by Tosh Tanaka and published by the Consulate General of Japan, Vancouver, Canada, 1990; photocopies of a newspaper articles "Apologise, pay wartime Japanese" by Alan Merridew, The Province, June 4, 1984; "Internee Protection called myth" by Miguel Moya, The Sun, June 28, 1984; letters to the editor "Internment stank then, stinks now, reader says" The Globe and Mail, June 28, 1984; "Logic won't stand scrutiny" The Globe and Mail, April 14, 1984; "Claims justified", The Globe and Mail, April 27, 1984; "I experienced the wasteland existence that was ours", The Sun, July 7, 1984; "PM starts with 'clean sheet' on Japanese compensation", the Globe and Mail, July 6, 1984; "Internees optimistic new PM will make compensation offer", The Globe and Mail, July 5, 1984; "Of sorrow and shame" The Globe and Mail, June 22, 1984; "Apology needed for internment", the Province June 24, 1984; "Rhetoric or reality" The Sun June 22, 1984; "Ottawa's refusal to apologize stirs anger" The Globe and Mail June 29, 1984; "Pay back internees, MPs say", The Sun, May 28, 1984; "Liberals asked views on repaying Japanese", The Globe and Mail, May 23, 1984; a newsletter "NAJC Update" from the Japanese Canadian Citizens Association, Greater Vancouver Chapter, July 20, 1984; a newsletter "Redress Update" from the Japanese Canadian Citizens Association, Greater Vancouver Chapter, July 1984; an article "Tragedy on the Fraser" by Eric Sokugawa, Vice President of the Canadian National Museum and Archives Society, April 1998; a newspaper article "A Loyal 'Enemy' who still grieves" the Toronto Star, April 14, 1984; photocopies of newspaper articles "The quest for iron-clad protection of minorities" by Marika Omatsu, The Globe and Mail, July 20, 1984; "An old injustice offers opportunity" by Keith Spicer, Vancouver Sun, June 28, 1984; "Japanese Canadians:'Justice must be seen to be done'" by Jerry Grafstein, "Ethnic leaders attack Collenette for 'underlying cynicism' on race" by Ben Fiber, "Army view of interned Japanese" by William Henry Pope, all from The Canada Times, May 15, 1984; a pamphlet "100th Anniversary Celebration of the Suian Maru Voyage of 1906" published by the Suian Maru Centennial Committee circa 2006, (4 copies); a photocopy of an article, a biography of Kimpei Goto (1889 - 1974), a passenger on the Suian Maru and his wife Takeki Goto (1899 - 1990) including family photos, undated; a photocopy of an article "Suian Maru Celebration in Pictures", includes colour pictures of a tree planting, circa 2006; a photocopy of an article "Legacy of the Suian Maru Pioneers Unites Descendants and Fond Memories" by Mike Fukuma, circa 2006; a report "Suian Maru Centennial Celebration - 100th Anniversary Celebration of the Suian Maru Voyage of 1906 - Directory of participants with Suian Maru and Miyagi Roots", includes photos and maps, compiled and edited by Stan and Masako Fukawa, Oct. 12 -14, 2006 (2 copies); a program "Suian Maru 100th Anniversary Celebration - Oct. 14, 2006" published by the Suian Maru Committee; an untitled typescript about the history of the settlement of Don (Oikawa) Island and Lion (Sato) Island based on information from the book "Sui An Maru" by Niita Jiro, 1979; a photocopy of a magazine article "Steveston" by Mary Moon, B.C. Motorist Magazine, Jan./Feb. 1973; a folder titled "Material from Mitsuo Yesaki 2007" containing maps showing the locations of the residences of Japanese residents of Steveston; Vancouver Sun Weekend Magazine article "The Dream Transformed: A Pictorial History of the Japanese in Canada" (Sept. 3, 1977); article “Disentangling Law and History: Nikkei Challenges to Race-based Exclusion from British Columbia’s Coastal Fisheries,” by Andrea Geiger, Fall 2018 issue (vol. 100, no. 3) of the Southern California Quarterly; Naturalized Canadians Repatriated to Japan 1946, Library and Archives Canada, Immigration Branch (RG 76) Volume 647, file A66589, part 2, Microfilm C-10587: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/005/f2/005-1142.27.003.pdf; "The Japan Town, Steveston, B.C. in the 1930's, Moncton Street, Richmond, B.C." by Harry (Haruji) Mizuta, July 1, 2019;

Ethnic Groups - Ukrainian
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File contains a pamphlet "Grand Opening and Dedication - Ukranian Centre of Ivan Franko", March 1, 1987; a newsletter "Ukranian Community Society of Ivan Franko" Christmas Issue 1993.

Explorations
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File contains a transcript "1825 Hudson's Bay Co. Expeditionary Journal - Remarks on board the Brig William and Ann, Henry Hanwell, Master, from Fort George (on the ) Columbia River to Observatory Inlet. 28 May 1825; a typescript report "Early European Exploration - Richmond - Discovery and Exploration" by Tomas Bartroli, undated; a photocopy of a map of the Lower Mainland "Navaez, 1791. His sketch coast line imposed on a map" City Archives, City Hall, Vancouver, 1939.

Farms
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1 folder
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File contains a newspaper article "Farming family retiring - It's the end of an era for the McNair family", by Martin van den Hemel, The Review, Aug. 6, 1997; two news magazines "Farm Service News", Ralph Gram, Editor, published by the B.C. Electric Raiway Co. Ltd., January 1949 and February 1950; a report "Land For Farming", published by the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board of B.C., March 1962.

Federal Elections
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File
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1 folder
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File contains a book "Federal Election July 28th, 1930 - Instructions to Agents (Scrutineers)" issued by Conservative Federal Headquarters, 140 Wellington Street, Ottawa; ephemera, a Richmond voters list for Urban Polling division No. 89, May 14, 1968; ephemera, a Richmond voters list for Urban Polling division No. 179, Sept. 27, 1965; ephemera, a Richmond voters list for Urban Polling division No. 148, Feb. 25, 1963; ephemera, a Richmond voters list for Urban Polling division No. 177, May 26, 1962; ephemera, a Richmond voters list for Urban Polling division No. 47, May 14, 1968.

Ferries
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File contains a print from a website "Tunnel sends river ferry to drydock" by Sandor Gyarmati, the Delta Optimist, May 23, 2009 taken from http://www2.canada.com; a photocopy of a chapter of a book "The Galloping Dishpan! - M.V. Motor Princess" from the book "Personality Ships of British Columbia" by Ruth Greene, Marine Tapestry Publications, 1969; a photocopy from an unidentified book showing a plan of the C.P.R. vessel Motor Princess and several paragraphs about her history; ephemera, a "Buffet Service" menu from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company ship "Motor Princess - Sidney - Steveston Route", undated; a photocopy of a newspaper ad from Canadian Pacific "Steveston - Sidney Auto Ferry" showing sailing times and rates, June 7, 1940; a typescript letter to Lynne Waller from L.E. Ireland about errors in an article he had read regarding the C.P.R. ferry service between Steveston and Sidney. Attached is a document he submitted detailing the history and operation of the terminal, Feb. 25, 2004; a photocopy of an article "Collision of the Enterprise and R.P. Rithet - 1885" from the book "Shipwrecks of British Columbia" by Fred Rogers, 1999; a typescript "Ferries to Steveston" with information taken from "Canadian Pacific Afloat - 1883 - 1963" by George Musk and giving a timeline history of the vessels "Transfer" and "Motor Princess"; laminated laser colour photocopy of photograph of the Ferry Inn, 1968 (located at the south end of No. 5 Road, adjacent the Richmond-Delta Ferry dock; photo by W.R. Mortensen).

Fires
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1 folder
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File contains a folder titled "Scrapbook - Richmond Newspapers - Fire Topics - 1954 - 1956 - Donation of Tom Taylor" containing 49 pages of photocopied newpaper articles about fires in Richmond.

Fish Canneries
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File
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1 box
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File contains a folder containing a photocopy of a thesis "The Changing Geography of Salmon Canning in British Columbia, 1870 - 1931" by Edward N. Higginbotham, B.A. Simon Fraser University, 1985, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts (Geography), copyright 1988; a folder containing a pamphlet "Britannia 1890 - 1990" prepared by the Richmond Museum; a typescript "Fraser River Canneries Operating During Season of 1901" listing canneries by name (3 copies); a magazine article "Fish Canning Machinery Demand Creates New B.C. Plant" about the Murray-Latta Machine Shop, by E.E. Pugsley, Canadian Machinery and Manufacturing News, June 27, 1929; a photocopy of an article taken from "North Pacific cannery, Port Edward, British Columbia" by Duncan Stacey, W.R.O., undated; a photocopy of an article "Technological Change in the Pacific Coast Canned Salmon Industry, 1900 - 1925: A Case Study" By Patrick W. O'Bannon from Agricultural History vol. 56/no. 1 Jan. 1988; a photocopied list showing cannery names, companies, locations and symbols; a photocopied list "History of Plants Owned or Operated by British Columbia Packers Limited or its Subsidiaries"; a transcript of a speech by Ned Debeck, recorded Jan. 16, 1973 and dealing with salmon canning history; a photocopy of a magazine "Western Fisheries - Reaches the Western Canadian Fishing Fleet and Fish Trades" vol.12 / no.2, June 1936; a photocopy of a B.C. Packers' Association "Chinese Contract" 1900 -1909; a typescript "Twenty Years of Salmon Canning" signed by A. Bloom, undated; a typescript set of notes "Cannery Associations" citing "Salmon: Our Heritage" by Cicely Lyons as the source; 30 typescript pages of information on canneries compiled by Keith Ralston, 1964 - 1965; a pamphlet "Pacific Coast Cannery - Demolition by Neglect" published by the Pacific Coast Cannery Society, undated (2 copies); a magazine article "The Salmon Canneries of British Columbia" by Betsy Gadabout, Canadian Home Journal, Oct. 1896; a photocopy of a contract between S. Tanaka and North Pacific Cannery, March 31, 1921; a photocopy of an obituary for Edward John (Eddie) Safarik, Aug. 15, 1917 - Nov. 28, 2004; a photocopy of a funeral notice "Mrs. Strang Funeral Saturday", May 30. 1952; a typescript "Notes by Lynne Waller, 1998" with brief histories of three canneries; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Old Terra Nova cannery simply too dilapidated to refurbish" by Lynda Cumming, Aug. 25, 1978; a typescript "List of Canneries - compiled by Mrs. Esther Baldwin and brother Percy Norton" and "Recalled by Charles Gillespie" May 2, 1972; a newspaper article "Blaze hurts Pheonix's chances of rising to former glory - Cigarette blamed for Steveston fishery fire" by J.J. Adams, The Review, Aug. 20, 1997; a newspaper article "Save the canneries - Steveston heritage at issue says Steves" by David DaSilva, The Review, Aug. 6, 1997; photocopied chapters from the book "The Salmon People" chapters 6, 8,9, 10, 11, Chapter notes, and Bibliography, by Hugh W. McKervill, 1967; a newspaper article "Ross McKinnon Building Cannery" Sept.11, 1940; 45 pages of notes on Richmond canneries, listing them by name, brief history, and sources, includes hand written notes; a folder containing a report "An Archaeological Assessment of the Brunswick No.2 Cannery Site, Delta, B.C., 1991" by Robin Hooper; a book "Sockeye and Tinplate - Technological Change in the Fraser River Canning Industry 1871 - 1912; a report "A Study of Sunbury" by Pat Copeland and Kathy Buxton with newspaper readings from The Vancouver Province, Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, 1917. a folder containing a report "Salmon Canning in British Columbia - A Brief History of the Fishing Industry in British Columbia" by Al Bloom, undated; a report "Salmon Canning in British Columbia - 1870 - 1970 - A Brief History of the Fishing Industry in British Columbia" by Al Bloom; a report "The History of the British Columbia Fish Canneries and the Reduction Plants - 1870 - 1970 -A Brief History of the Fishing Industry in British Columbia" by Al Bloom; a report "CeePeeCee B.C. - Nelson Bros. Fisheries - West Coast Fish Cannery and Reduction Plant - 1933 - 1953 - A Picture Story of a West Coast Salmon Cannery" by Al Bloom; a folder labelled "Ewen, Alexander" containing a printout of a database search of council minutes "Topic - ewen", seven pages; a photocopy of a typescript "History of Plants Owned or Operated by British Columbia Packers Limited or its Subsidiaries"; manuscript notes titled "Livingston Family", four pages; a printout titled "Barker Letter Book - Volume 2 - Page(s) 64 - 68" and showing a letter from W.H. Barker, President of the B.C. Fishing and Packing Co., Ltd. to Aemilius Jarvis, Esq., Vice-President of the B.C. Fishing and Packing Co., Ltd. regarding the transfer of assets, leases, etc. from the B.C. Packers Association to the B.C. Fishing and Packing Co., Ltd. and listing all of those assets; a photocopy of page 7 from Western Fisheries magazine, June 1936 showing a photograph captioned "Pioneers of the Fraser River Salmon Canning Industry Photographed at the Old Ladner Hotel"; a printout from a website "Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online - http://www.biographi.ca" with a biography of Alexander Ewen, fisherman, salmon-canner, businessman, and alderman, three pages; a photocopied page of information titled "Ewens Camp" showing a historical timeline and information on location, property, taxes and insurance; nine pages of manuscript notes dealing with the Chinese Contract, cork lines, canning lines, Alexander Ewen, salmon canneries and reduction plants and Quilchena Farms; "Heritage Assessment Terra Nova Cannery Property 2680, 2740 and 2760 River Road" by the Commonwealth Historic Resource Management Limited, submitted to the Parks Department, City of Richmond, August 2005

Fisheries
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File
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File contains a photocopy of an article from a book, "The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, Volume XVI, Number 1, February, 1950" titled "Unionism in the Fishing Industry of British Columbia" by Percy Gladstone and Stuart Jamieson, The University of British Columbia; an article from a newsmagazine, "Nikkei Images, vol. 13, no. 2, Summer 2008" titled "The Box" by Theodore T. Hirota detailing fishing practices at the mouth of the Fraser River near Steveston; three pages of typescript historical notes about the Fraser River Fishermen's Association (1893), The Fraser River Fishermen's Protective Association (1914), and The Fraser River Strike of Sockeye Salmon Fishermen (July 8 - 30, 1900); a report "The Need for Public Facilities Related to the Fishing Industry at Steveston" by Philip A. Meyer , Economics Branch, Fisheries Service - Pacific Region - Department of Fisheries and Forestry, Vancouver , November 1970; a report "Fisheries Resources and Food Web Components of the Fraser River Estuary and an Assessment of the Impacts of Proposed Expansion of the Vancouver International Airport and Other Developments on these Resources" prepared by the Department of Environment, Fisheries and Marine Service, February 1975; an advertising magazine from Edmunds and Walker Ltd. - Pacific Ocean Fish titled "B.C. Salmon" circa 1920s; an extract from the Canadian Gazette, March 23, 1935 "Special Fishery Regulations for the Province of British Columbia"; a report "Proposal for Bar Fishing within the Fraser River Delta - a Report on the Justification to Retain and Improve Some Fraser River Sand Bars for Fishing" by Eddie Werstra, Fish and Wildlife Researcher, submitted to Hon. Robert Williams, Minister of Lands, Forests, and Water Resources and Harold Steves, M.L.A., March 23, 1973; a report "Fisheries Problems Related to Moran Dam on the Fraser River" prepared by the Technical Staffs of Canada Department of the Environment, Fisheries Service and International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission, Vancouver, B.C., August, 1971; a book "Some Common Marine Fishes of British Columbia" by G. Clifford Carl, illustrations by Frank L. Beebe, published by the British Columbia Provincial Museum Department of Recreation and Conservation, Victoria, B.C., July 1964; 2 copies of a book titled "The Commercial Fisheries of British Columbia" published by the British Columbia Department of Recreation and Conservation, circa 1961; a report "License Limitation - British Columbia: A Method of Economic Fisheries Management" by Sol. Sinclair, Professor and Head, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, University of Manitoba for the Department of Fisheries of Canada, 1960; ephemera, a price list of Salmon Nets and Twines manufactured by W. & J. Knox, Ltd., Kilbirnie, Scotland, and William Barbour & Sons, Ltd., Lisburn, Ireland and distributed by J. Leckie Co., Limited for Frank & Bryce, Limited in Vancouver, July 25, 1927; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Patrolling the fishery" by Mike Howell, the Richmond News, July 27, 1997, pages 1 and 7; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Fishermen await go-ahead" by Barry Link, the Richmond News, July 6, 1997, page 3; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Summer of Sockeye" by David DaSilva, The Review, July 12, 1997, page A3; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Fisheries department stops fish protest" by Mike Howell, The Richmond News, August 13, 1997, page 3; a report "Measurements of Surface Flow in the Strait of Georgia by Means of Free-Floating Current Followers" by L.F. Giovando and Susumu Tabata, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Biological Station, Nanaimo, B.C., February 1970; a booklet titled "Harvest of the Waters", by Lrone Manchester, published by the Department of Fisheries, 1949.

Fishing Boats
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Reference Files
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File
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2 boxes
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(Volume 1) File contains a folder titled "Fishing Boats - Wooden Boat Inventory" and containing a report "A Wooden Fishing Boat Inventory of Steveston & The Lower Fraser River" conducted Nov./Dec 1991 by Ann H. Bailey for The City of Richmond, includes a woodenboat inventory, maps (Appendix A), Registered boats built in Steveston, Kishi Family reg. boats, Nakade Family reg. boats, Atagi Family reg. boats, Menchions boats, Sather boats and Sigurgeirson boats (Appendix B), Summary of heritage watercraft inventory 1983, Fort Langley Museum, Summary of Heritage Inventory, Maritime Museum (Appendix C); a folder labelled "Fishing Boats containing a photocopy of a newspaper article "2 Fishermen Feared Dead" dealing with the loss of the fish packer "Salmon Queen", The Vancouver Herald, Nov. 12, 1954; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Fishermen's union official was alone when his boat capsized" dealing with the loss of the "B.C. Safari" and Glenn Arkko, The Vancouver Sun, March 11, 2006; a typescript list "Japanese Boat Builders" noted "From Maritime Museum", Sept. 2004; a typescript list noted "This is a partial list in draft form of boats built in Steveston. Mostly seine boats working today. Prepared by Alan Haig-Brown, Williams Lake", undated; a typescript list "Fishing Boat Index" noted "Lynne's working copy, Photos in Fisheries Council of BC fonds at Gulf of Georgia Cannery Archives", October 21, 1998; a computer printout of the results of a search of the website www.maritimequest.com, "Daily Event for January 18, 2010" and giving details about the fishing vessel "Onward Ho", lost in January 1916. Includes a list of 31 crewmembers lost; a photocopy of page 116 of the publication "Canadian Fisherman", March 1916 which gives details of the loss of the fishing vessel "Onward Ho"; a photocopy of page 366 of the publication "Canadian Fisherman", November 1916, with an article about a suit brought against B.C. Packers by four widows of the crew of the fishing vessel "Onward Ho". a folder labelled "Boats - Misc. - from Graham Elliston" containing miscellaneous pamphlets, ephemera and notes including a book "For Sale - Fishing Vessels" published by the Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, circa 1975; a price list from Galleon Industries Ltd., Simpson Rd., Richmond for dinghies of all sizes; a catalog from Steveston Marine and Hardware, undated; an article "Lone seiner in buy-back auction", The Fisherman, May 11, 1973; a newspaper article "Cash Fishermen - Out in the straits with suitcases of money haggling for the catch" by Jake van der Kamp, The Sun, Feb. 11, 1978; a newspaper article "Fishing for a living" by Jake van der Kamp, The Sun, Feb. 8, 1978; a newspaper article "Fishing in B.C." by Jake van der Kamp, The Sun, Feb. 4, 1978; catalogs of vessels for auction by the Government of Canada as part of the Dept. of Fisheries Buy Back Program, Auction catalog No.2 to No.7, 1971 - 1973, includes letters from Maynard's Auctioneers Ltd.; (Volume 2) a folder labelled "Boat Clippings 1981 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper clippings "Memorial will honor fishers lost at sea" by Doug Ward, The Sun, April 29, 1995; "Survivor recalls nightmare after boat sank" by Mark Hume, The Sun, April 19, 1995, about the loss of the "Hillicum"; "Oldest B.C.-built boat sold to Seattle couple" The Sun, March 24, 1995 about the sale of the tug "Delta"; "Modesty rages in wake of rescue on dark, stormy night" by Alex Strachan, Vancouver Sun, Feb. 20, 1995, about the loss of the vessel "Salty Isle"; "Fishers chewed through nylon rope to save themselves from drowning" by Mike Crawley, The Sun, Feb 13, 1995 about the loss of the vessel "Pacific Bandit"; "Action of lighthouse keeper saved pair" by Phil Matty; "Two lighthouse keepers saved my life, man says" by Mark Hume, Vancouver Sun, Jan. 9, 1995; "Slipping into the slough" The Sun, Dec. 31, 1994 showing the vessel "Nahmint" sinking in Gunderson Slough; "Still Waters" a Steve Chan photo, The Courier, Dec. 21, 1994, showing the vessels "Cape Russel", "Cape Churchill" and "Cape Mark"; "Pilot's skills saved trio in trawler from storm" by Stewart Bell, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 20, 1994 about the rescue of the vessel "Saida"; "U.S. seizes Vancouver gillnetter" by Stewart Bell, Vancouver Sun, June 30, 1994 about the seizure of the vessel "Shelly Elaine"; "'Tis the season to prepare salmon fleet" by Frances Bula, Vancouver Sun, June 11, 1994 with a photo of the vessel "North Wind"; "Crab boat sinking claims three lives" Vancouver Sun, May 30, 1994 about the loss of the vessel "Crabby One"; "Going for the krill" by Alan Haig-Brown, National Fisherman, May 1994 about the vessel "Arctic Fox"; "My Trip, by Fish Boat, Through the Gulf Islands in 1949" by Pauline Topp, The Active Page, April 1994 about a trip on the vessel "Listona"; a Vancouver Sun file photo showing the vessel "Corsair 2" taking part in the first capture of a killer whale off Saturna Island, July 16, 1964; "The Royal Pursuit: A British Columbia seiner traces its heritage to a 50-year-old pilchard boat" by Alan Haig-Brown, The National Fisherman, Nov. 1993 showing images of the vessels "Royal Pursuit", "Blue Pacific" and "Royal City"; "A Working/cruising dream boat" by Rob Morris, Boat Journal, Oct. 1993 about the construction of the vessel "Misty Isles"; an advertisment for the vessel "W.R. Lord", Boat Journal, Oct. 1993; "Oldest boat built in B.C. headed south if no buyer found" by Kevin Griffin, Vancouver Sun, Sept. 13, 1993 about the sale of the tug "Delta"; "Two ferries answer distress call for stricken fisher" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 1, 1993 about the rescue of a crew member of the vessel "Prospector" by the ferries "Spirit of British Columbia" and "Tachek"; "Fish boats reborn as yachts" by Charles Summers, National Fisherman, Sept. 1993 about the refit of the vessel "Mary Jane"; "Seiner capsizes in Fraser, five rescued", Vancouver Sun, Aug. 19, 1993 about the vessel "Klemtu"; "Rescuers dive into horror" by Holly Nathan, Victoria Times-Colonist, July 22, 1993 about the sinking of the vessel "Bona Vista"; "A new sailing troller joins the British Columbia salmon fleet" by Rob Morris, National Fisherman, June 1993 about the vessel "Misty Isles"; Missing Boat: the other Spirit of B.C." Vancouver Sun, March 17, 1993 about the theft of the fishing vessel "Spirit of B.C."; "First the name, now the boat's gone, too" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 2, 1993 about the theft of the fishing vessel "Spirit of B.C."; "Spirited fight rages over name of ferry" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Sun, June 28, 1993 about the vessel "Spirit of B.C." and the ferry "Spirit of British Columbia"; "Six safe after sea rescue as fish packer hits rocks" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 25, 1992 about the loss of the vessel "Patsco" and rescue by the Fisheries vessel "R.B. Young"; "Brave B.C. fishermen pluck five U.S. sailors from vessel" by Gerry Bellet, Vancouver Sun, March 31, 1992 about the loss of the vessel "King Oscar" and rescue by the vessels "Burnaco" and "Tracy B"; "Coast Guard rescues fishboat crewmen after helmless vessel veered for rocks" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 20, 1992 about the vessel "Jan Ty Lee"; "The La-Touche is as good as they come" by Charles Summers, National Fisherman, Jan. 1992; "M.V. Uchuck III" by Rob Morris, Western Mariner, Jan. 1992; "Steveston shipyard buys treasure chest of antique tools from Versatile Pacific" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 24, 1991; "Search continues for last crewman from Flying Fish" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 10, 1991 about the vessel "Flying Fish"; "Tor Miller shares 50 years of British Columbia lingcod savvy" National Fisherman, Oct. 1991, about the B.C lingcod fishery and featuring a photo of the vessel "Torhaven"; "It was bad luck for fishermen" Vancouver Province, Sept 5, 1991 showing a photo of the vessel "K.R." sunk at Westshore Terminals; "Halibut schooner goes aground - gets new keel and planks" by Brad Matsen and Michael Crowley, National Fisherman, June 1990 about the refit of the vessel "Constitution"; "Rescuers were just in time to save six from liferaft" by Rob Giblak, Vancouver Sun, April 18, 1990 about a rescue from the vessel "White Sea"; "Boating mishap survivor named; two still missing" Vancouver Sun, April 17, 1990; :Six rescued after fishboat runs aground" Vancouver Sun, April 17, 1990 about the rescue from the vessel "White Sea"; "Body found after fishing boat sinks with three aboard" Vancouver Sun, April 16, 1990; "One rescued after fishboat sinks" Vancouver Sun, April 14, 1990; a photo of fisherman Bob Ostram aboard his boat "Pacific Hunter", Vancouver Courier, March 11, 1990; "4 crew members took to liferaft after fishboat rolled over, sank" by Gerry Bellet, Vancouver Sun, March 9, 1990 about the loss of the vessel "Deliverance"; "Coast Guard ends search for two missing fishermen" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 13, 1990 about the loss of the vessel "Canadian National No. 5"; "All night search locates skipper" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 29, 1989 about the rescue of the skipper of the vessel "NP 371"; " Coast Guard rescues 5 from sinking fish boat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 6, 1989 about the sinking of the vessel "Barbarosa"; "A lucky rescue" National Fisherman, Sept. 1989 about the rescue of the crew of the vessel "West Away"; "Search called off for crewman of fish boat" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 22, 1989 which mentions the vessel "Echo Bay"; "Three safe after rescue by fisheries vessel" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 17, 1989 about the sinking of the vessel "Shirley Barbara II"; "Fishermen escape as boat sinks" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 16, 1989 about the vessel "Florintino O"; "Fishpacker sinks after collision off Island" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 14, 1989 about the vessel "Quatsino"; "Troller crew saved after boat capsizes" Vancouver Sun, June 20, 1989; "Search resumes for second boater" Vancouver Sun, March 28, 1989 which mentions the vessel "Silver Star II"; "Blaze sparks call for fireboat" by Jeff Lee, Vancouver Sun, Jan. 28, 1989 about the vessel "The Five Spot"; "Schooner sails again" National Fisherman, Jan. 1989 about the vessel "Tyee #1"; "Oldest ship to be relaunched in spring" by Penny McDonald, Pacific Yachting, Dec. 1988 about the tug "Delta"; "Foc'sle nightmare" National Fisherman, Dec. 1988 about the vessel "Heather I"; "Fish firm boss fears push south" by Terry Glavin, Vancouver Sun, Nov. 8, 1988 showing an image of the vessel "Cathy Bell"; "Blast knocks four into river" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 8, 1988 about the explosion of the vessel "West Wind"; "Fisherman saves family as boat blows up" by Laurel Bryson, Vancouver Sun, July 20, 1988 about the explosion of a vessel in Prince Rupert; "Fishboat held largely to blame in collision" Vancouver Sun, July 5, 1988 about the collision of the vessel "J.H. Todd" with "H.M.C.S. Cowichan"; "Zooming in on B.C.'s roe-herring catch" by Brian Gauvin and Brad Matsen, National Fisherman, June 1988 showing images of the vessels "Pachena No. 1" and "Abound"; "The Maple Leaf has sailed through 82 years of history" by Stewart Brinton, National Fisherman, Dec. 1987 about the schooner "Maple Leaf"; "Crew helping salvage fish boat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 9, 1987 about he vessel "Princess Cherie"; "3 saved as fishboat sinks" Vancouver Sun, June 11, 1987 about the vessel "Crino D'Oro"; "Three escape unharmed when seiner turns over" by Jeff Lee, Vancouver Sun, Aug. 12, 1986 about the vessel "Miss Joy"; "Ship CO faults crew for crash", Vancouver Sun, Feb. 4, 1987 about the collision between the vessel "J.H. Todd" and "H.M.C.S. Cowichan"; "Owner and builder team up to turn out wooden troller" by Brad Matsen, National Fisherman, Dec. 1986 about the vessel "Pearl Sea"; "Man, son die in boat mishap" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 30, 1986 about the vessel "Vivian O"; "Police stymied in hit-and-run boat search" by Ben Parfit, Vancouver Sun, Aug. 19, 1986 about the vessel "Serena J"; "Evolution of a classic fish boat: the Fraser River gillnetter" by Alan Haig-Brown, National Fisherman, Aug. 1986, showing an image of the vessel "Lady Tara"; "Volunteers put life in dream of heart patient" by Doreen Rains, Vancouver Sun, June 17, 1986 about the tug "Delta"; "The Wallace Seiners - Venerable wooden boats amass a remarkable record" by Alan Haig-Brown, National Fisherman, May 1986 showing an image of the vessel "W No. 9"; "Small dinghy failed men caught in storm" by Terry Glavin, and "Union blames Victoria for fishboat safety lack" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 21, 1986 about the loss of the vessel "Jean B"; "West" National Fisherman, Feb. 1986 about the construction of a wooden fishboat at Quadra Island and about the Kishi Boatyard in Steveston; "Anti-logging armada" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 1, 1985 a Mark van Monen photo showing the vessels "Haida Spirit" and "Haida Warrior"; "2 fishboats sunk" by Olivia Scott, Vancouver Province, Oct. 16, 1985 about the loss of the vessels "Lucy Rock" and "High Fisher"; "Cause of sinking may never be discovered" Vancouver Sun, May 17, 1985 about the loss of the vessel "Princess Verena"; "Four sink as storm rips coast - Two missing fishboats found" Vancouver Sun, April 26, 1985 about the vessels "Galleon", "Pacific Traveller", "Hey Dad", "Dee Jay" and "Godstadt; "How the boats were saved" Vancouver Sun, April 26, 1985 about the vessels "Hey Dad", "George E. Derby", "Point Henry", "Bethune", "Miss Rachel", "Gibson", "Godstdt", "Dee Jay", "Cape Ray", "Galleon", "Wolfe", "Central Coaster", "Pacific Traveller", and "Racer"; "18 plucked from sea as storm batters coast" Vancouver Sun, April 26, 1985 , a U.S. Coast Guard photo showing an abandoned vessel in Hecate Strait; "Herring season no hair raiser" Vancouver Sun, April 4, 1985; "10 saved from fire" Vancouver Sun, April 4, 1985 about a fire aboard the vessel "Laurinda Lynn" which received assistance from "H.M.C.S. Kootenay"; "Chopper saves 6 at sea" by Steve Berry, Vancouver Province, Feb. 8, 1985 about the vessel "Funseeker"; "Washington man rebuilds an aged but noble vessel", by Jeff Kahrs, National Fisherman, Feb. 1985 about the vessel "Bothnia"; "Better forcasts promised on eve of inquest into killer storm" The Globe and Mail, Jan. 30, 1985, mentioning the vessels "Koa-Mac", "Silver Triton", "Miss Robyn II" and "Hurricane I"; "Elsie K's last voyage" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 11, 1985 about the vessel "Elsie K"; "Third fisherman's body found" Victoria Times-Colonist, Oct. 15, 1984 about the loss of the vessels "Miss Robyn", "Silver Triton" and "Hurricane I"; "Fraseer concerned over storm deaths" by Dave Margoshes, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 15, 1984 mentioning the vessels "Miss Robyn", "Silver Triton", "Hurricane I", "Tanu", "Ready", "Island Safari", "Miss Joye" and "Lady Val 2"; "Stormy sea yeilds two bodies" Victoria Times-Colonist, Oct. 14, 1984 mentioning the vessels "Hurricane I", "Tanu" and "Ready"; "Storm forces rescuers to abandon four in sea" by Terry Gilbert and Pat Dufour, Victoria Times-Colonist, Oct. 13, 1984 mentioning the vessels "Hurricane I", "Glendale", "Vesuvius Queen", "Howe Sound Queen" and "Mattatall"; "British Columbia" by Juliette Proom, National Fisherman, Dec. 1984 about three incidents involving fishing vessels and mentioning the vessel "Sea Prince"; "Sea search resumes for four" by Gordon Hamilton, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 13, 1984 about a storm and the vessels "Hurricane I", "B.C. Producer", "Scalliwag", "Invercan" and "Miss Donna"; "Four fishboats sink as winds pound Island" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 12, 1984 mentioning the vessels "Tanu", "Ready", "Invercan", "Miss Donna", "Producer", "Scallywag" and "Strider"; a photo from the Vancouver Courier, April 15, 1984 showing the vessels "Orion Star" and "Sable Mist"; "Fish and Ships", Fisherman, March 16, 1984 mentioning the vessels "Darin", "Timber 7", "Desperado", "Jandy" and "Solita"; "Boat search fails" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 15, 1983 about the vessel "Storm Prince"; "Fishermen safe" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 15, 1983, mentioning the vessels "Sweet Marie" and "Queen of Surrey"; "Allan Leer feared drowned in loss of Island Breeze" Fisherman, Aug. 26, 1983 about the loss of the vessel "Island Breeze"; "Crew saved as Zenardi rolls in Seymour Narrows" Fisherman, Aug. 26, 1983 mentioning the vessels "Zenardi" and "Sally J. Rogers"; "4 from fish boat rescued" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 20, 1983 mentioning the Coast Guard vessel "Ready"; an article from the Fisherman, Aug. 10, 1983 mentioning the vessel "Pacific Mist"; "Better rescue plans lead to safer season" Fisherman, July 11, 1983 mentioning the vessels ""Springtime 5", "Ocean Dancer" and "Arrandale M"; "Tug rescues owner from burning boat" Vancouver Sun, June 28, 1983 about the vessel "Real McCoy"; "Dunked fishermen safe" Victoria Times-Colonist, May 21, 1983 mentioning the vessel "Grassholm"; "Fish and Ships" a column from the Fisherman, May 13, 1983 mentioning the vessels "Kentish Maid" and "Radiant"; "Boat sinks off Cape Caution - Four fishermen rescued" Vancouver Sun, April 28, 1983 about the vessel "Tanza"; "Deadhead sinks Scuba" Fisherman, April 22, 1983 mentioning the vessels "Scuba", "Royal K" and "Delta Queen"; "Love and craftsmanship bring to life Province's oldest ship" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Sun, April 21, 1983 about the restoration of the tug "Delta"; "3 saved off boat" Vancouver Sun, March 4, 1983; "3 fishermen rescued as their boat sinks" Vancouver Sun, March 2, 1983 about the vessel "Spring Time V"; "News in Brief - Boat wreckage found" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 29, 1983 about the vessel "Lucky Wind"; "The Maple Leaf" Heritage West, Fall 1982 about the schooner "Maple Leaf"; "Fishermen rescued" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 13, 1982 about the vessel "Golden Fleece"; Article from the Fisherman, Aug. 27, 1982 mentioning the vessels "New Island" and "Prince Isle" and showing a photo of the vessel "Evening Star"; "Terrible conditions limited hunt for skiff" Vancouver Sun, June 26, 1982 about the vessel "Ramsey Isle"; "Ramsey Isle inquest begins" Fisherman, June 25, 1982 about the vessel "Ramsey Isle" and Coast Guard cutter "Rider"; "7 questions on Ramsey Isle" and "Need these men have died" Fisherman, May 21, 1982 about the loss of the "Ramsey Isle", mentioning the vessels "Mahalo Sea" and "Midnight Raider" and showing a photo of the Coast Guard cutter "Rider"; "Search efforts rapped" Vancouver Sun, May 5, 1982 about the loss of the "Ramsey Isle"; Vancouver Sun, April 27, 1982 a photo of the vessel "Pacific Eagle"; "Renewed grief in Bamfield as bodies found" by Les Leyne, Victoria Times-Colonist, April 22, 1982 about the vessel "Ramsey Isle"; "Ramsey Isle crew found dead" Fisherman, April 23, 1982 about the vessel "Ramsey Isle" and mentioning the vessel "Spring Persuader"; "4 bodies found adrift from lost fish boat" Vancouver Sun, April 21, 1982 about the vessel "Ramsey Isle"; "4 men missing" Vancouver Sun, March 1, 1982 about the search for the vessel "Ramsey Isle"; an ad for a bow thruster from the Fisherman, Feb. 12, 1982 mentioning the vessel "Sandy Ann"; an ad from Pacific Yachting, Feb. 1982 showing the vessel "M.V. Laredo"; an ad from the Fisherman, Jan. 29, 1982 for West Bay Shipyard showing the vessel "Nafco"; "Fire destroys plant, wharf, vessel in Bella Coola" Fisherman, Jan. 29, 1982 mentioning the vessel "Nord"; "Pacific Fishermen's Federation taking shape" Canadian Fishing Report, Jan. 1982 with photos showing the vessels "Covenant" and "Old Spice"; "Copter rescues two fishermen" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 17, 1981; "Weird ways to tidewater" by Diane Wells, Pacific Yachting, Dec. 1981 mentioning the vessels "Pee Wee", "Vaimari" and "Finback"; a photo from Ubyssey, Nov. 6, 1981 showing a fishing vessel being used for a protest; "Women's intuition and the ressurection of Mar-Kay" by Rod Brown, Pacific Yachting, Nov. 1981 about the vessel "Mar-Kay"; "Rights probed in sea salvage" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 13, 1981 about the vessels "Sea Prince" and "Jeanna Marie"; "How the tide turned for 11 lost fishermen" by Miguel Moya, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 9, 1981 about the vessels "Sea Prince" and "Jeanna Marie"; "Freak Wave forced 11 to abandon ship" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 8, 1981 about the vessels "Sea Prince" and "Jeanna Marie"; "11 men missing in fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 7, 1981 about the vessel "Jeanna Marie"; "Fishermen saved from overturned boat - Rescue by 2 divers spectacular" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 28, 1981about the vessel "Respond"; "Fisherman, Sept. 25, 1981, a column mentioning the vessels "Violet Prince", "Calvert Isle", "Mystic Wind" and "Blue Flasher"; "Crew survives flash fire on trawler Gail Bernice" Fisherman, Sept. 11, 1981, mentioning the vessels "Gail Bernice", "Kolias", "Nitaka Maru", "Laurier", "Calistratus" and "Zeal"; Fisherman, Aug. 21, 1981, a photo showing the vessels "Calvert Isle", Samwise" and "Violet Prince"; "Man lost, 2nd saved in fishboat sinkings" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 13, 1981 mentioning the vessel "Princess Carpline"; "New role found for Sudbury II" Bruce McCartney, Vancouver Sun, Aug. 11, 1981 about the vessel "Sudbury II", now the "Lady Pacific"; Fisherman, July 10, 1981, a photo showing the vessel "Quadra Isle" after a fire; "Pair saved off burning fishboat", Victoria Times-Colonist, June 13, 1981 mentioning the vessels "Quadra Isle" and "China Hat"; Vancouver Sun, May 30, 1981, a photo showing the Nanaimo waterfront and the vessel "Gondola"; "Fish and Ships" Fisherman, May 29, 1981 about the vessel "Pacific Trader"; "Fisherman missing", Vancouver Sun, May 13, 1981; "Captain dies after falling off fishboat" Vancouver Sun, April 21, 1981 about the vessel "Gulf Kid" and mentioning the ferry "Queen of Saanich"; "Alex Simmonds dead at 56" Fisherman, April 14, 1981 mentioning the vessels "Marina", "Miss Pheonix", "Bonnie Jean" and "Miss Jeanne"; Fisherman, April 14, 1981, a column mentioning the vessels "Chamiss Bay", "Native Spirit" and "Sleep Robber"; "350 vessels offered - Department buys back only 26 boats" Fisherman, April 14, 1981mentioning the vessels "Billo", "Delta Dawn", "Kilroy", "Winjo", "Cleo", "High Time", "Crystal Dawn", "Eva Marie", 'Que Pasa", "Midway", "Ella K.", "Laurel Lou", "Val Dia", "Sea Babe 2", Nu Vee", "Anna B.", "Menzies Bay", "Frontier 1", "Must", "Linbe", "Nordlys 2", "Danny H.", "Silver North", "Ocean Harvester", "Musketeer" and "Sunrise Maid"; "Trawler Owner at fault" Vancouver Sun, April 7, 1981 mentioning the vessel "Blue Waters"; Fisherman, March 13, 1981, photos showing the vessels "Westerly", "Good Partner" and "Bonnie Jean"; "6 fishermen saved", Vancouver Sun, March 10, 1981 mentioning the vessels "Chamiss Bay" and "Western Clipper"; Pacific Yachting, March 1981, an ad showing the vessel "Hi-Dad"; "U.S. fishermen forfeit boat, catch" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 26, 1981about the seizure of the vessel "Justice"; "Third body recovered" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 22, 1981; "Two bodies recovered" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 21, 1981 about the vessel "Harco II"; "2 fishermen taken from beach" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 13, 1981; "Five saved at sea" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 3, 1981; a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1980 - From Graham Elliston" containing newpaper and magazine articles, Fisherman, July 25, 1980, a photo showing the vessel "Promise Isle"; "Fishing boat burns" Vancouver Sun, June 6, 1980; Pacific Yachting, May 1980, a letter to the editor with a photo of the vessel "M.V. Whistle Wing"; "Two ships fail to spot 3 men in life raft" Vancouver Sun, April 30, 1980, mentions the vessel "Manhattan II"; "Fish and Ships" Fisherman April 3, 1980, a photo showing the vessels "M.V. George Miller", "Supreme No.1", "Pacific Spray" and "Beowulf"; "Tom Jensen's long career touched every B.C. fishery" Fisherman, March 23, 1980, mentioning the vessel "Pacific Queen"; Vancouver Sun, March 19, 1980, a photo showing the vessel "Silver Viking"; "Woman missing" Vancouver Sun, March 10, 1980, mentioning the vessels "Leanne", "Richardson" and "Queen of Coquitlam"; "Two rescued from sea" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 14, 1980, mentioning the vessels "Five Spot" and "Lady Bates"; "Fish boat burns" Victoria Times-colonist, Nov. 23, 1980, about the vessel "Ruston"; "5 describe huddle on liferaft", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 30, 1980 about the crew of the vessel "Confidence"; "Vessel sold for fishing refitted by taxpayers" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 22, 1980, about the vessel "Rio San Lorenzo" formerly known as the "M.V. Gulf Guard"; "Four fishermen perish in loss of seiner Anthony J." Fisherman, Oct. 10, 1980, mentioning the vessels "Anthony J.", "Rose Lind", "Ocean Viking" and "Ocean Shadow"; "Mysterious disappearance of fishing boat investigated" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 2, 1980, about the vessel "Anthony J."; "Fishboat crew missing" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 1, 1980, about the vessel "Anthony J."; "Love Boat helps in rescue" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 6, 1980, mentioning the vessels "Pacific Princess" and "Island Queen No.2"; Fisherman, Aug. 8, 1980, a photo showing the Vessel "Arctic Ocean" sunk in Vancouver; Fisherman, July 11, 1980, a photo showing the vessels "Vicky Renee", "China Hat" and "Advise"; Fisherman, June 27, 1980, a photo showing the vessel "Pacific Ocean". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1979 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspapr articles "Ghosts of people past" by Jes Odam, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 24, 1979 about a boatbuilder in Coal Harbour and mentioning the former mission boat "Northern Light"; "Man's body identified as fishboat's skipper", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 18, 1979, about the loss of the vessel "Salinta"; "Searchers find 4th body near fishboat washed ashore on bleak Alaska coast", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 11, 1979, about the loss of the vessel "Salinta"; "3 dead, 7 missing from fishing boat as northern journey ends in tragedy", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 10, 1979, about the loss of the vessel "Salinta"; "Slide kills workman in mine shed, injures three others", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 10, 1979, which also mentions the rescue of the crew of the vessel "Shelly Lynn" by the Coast Guard hovercraft; a page from the Dec. 1979 issue of Pacific Yachting with a list of classic boats; two pages of photo ads from the Dec. 1979 issue of Pacific Yachting; "Two men killed in storm off B.C. coast", Vancouver Sun, Nov. 22, 1979 about the loss of a crewman from the Japanese freighter "Sun Grace", the death of a fisherman from an unnamed gillnetter, and the sinking of the packer "B.C. Rover"; "Skipper 'talked to recording'", Vancouver Sun, Nov. 19, 1979 which mentions the vessel "Mystic Warrior"; a page of photo ads from Westworld magazine, Nov/Dec. 1979; a photo "Harvard Miller: worst job in the whole plant, but better than a pension", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 23, 1979 showing the vessel "Maple Ridge" in the background; "3 rescued from boat", Vancouver Sun, Oct.18, 1979 about the vessel "St. George"; "Relicensed buy-back boat has a new owner - almost", the Fisherman, Oct. 5, 1979 about the vessel "Norvis Puffin"; a photo from the Fisherman, Sept. 21, 1979 showing the vessels "Canoe Pass Co-op", "Emil K" and "Hesquiat" in Quathiaski Cove, with a note that the "Emil K" is now named "Miss Keely"; "Hake catcher vessel - Callistratus fishes for Soviets", the Fisherman, Sept. 21, 1979 about the vessels "Callistratus" and "Kamishin"; "Fish", the Fisherman, Sept. 7, 1979 about the capsizing of the vessel "Like Magic" and rescue by the vessel "Ern", also a photo of the vessels "Lutak" and "Great Northern 8" at Rivers Inlet; "7 plucked from boat", Vancouver Sun, Sept. 6, 1979 about the rescue of the crew of the "Scotia Bay" by the "Blue Water"; a photo "Seiner Cape Dorset", Vancouver Sun, Aug. 27, 1979; "Government aid sought to save the Callistratus", the Fisherman, Aug. 24, 1979 about the vessel "Callistratus"; "Factory-trawler sits idle - Dream boat founders in shallow market" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Sun, Aug. 18, 1979 about the vessel "Callistratus"; "Skidgate Marrows rock claims seiner 'Blue Star'" the Fisherman, Aug. 17, 1979 about the loss of the vessel "Blue Star" and mentioning the vessel "Western Prince"; a photo "Vancouver fish docks ... fishermen happy but processors hit money crunch", B.C. Business Week, Aug. 1, 1979 showing the vessel "Eros"; a photo from the Fisherman, July 20, 1979 showing the vessel "Argent" aground at Walker Point, the vessels "Z Brothers", "Harriet E" and "M/V Seiner" are mentioned in the caption; a photo from the Fisherman, July 13, 1979 showing the vessel "Ocean Viking" moored at Millbrook Cove; "Silver Foam swamped - Nanceda, Wespac collide in fog" the Fisherman, July 13, 1979 with the vessel "Sea Foam" mentioned as a rescue vessel; "On the Waterfront" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Express, June 20, 1979 with an article and photo of the vessel "Good Hope" (ex "Radiant", ex "Nanaimo Chief") sunk in the harbour; the Fisherman, June 8, 1979, an article and photos about the capsizing of the gillnetter "Sea Lion" by wash from the Swedish freighter "Rikkolo"; "Canadian trawler seized by U.S. Coast Guard for fishing across line" Vancouver Express, May 25, 1979 about the seizure of the vessel "Pat-T-II"; the Fisherman, April 12, 1979, a photo showing the vessels "Nelbro No. 114" and "Nelbro No. 115" at Skidegate Narrows; the Fisherman, April 12, 1979, a photo showing seine boats tied up at Nanoose Bay; "Cook seiner finds safety" the Fisherman, April 12, 1979 about the vessel "Nimpkish Producer No. 1" and mentioning the vessels "G.B. Reed" and "Bering Sea"; "Inskip Inlet - Crewmen take bath in an 800-ton pool" by Gordie Larkin, the Fisherman, April 12, 1979 about the herring roe fishery and mentioning the vessels "Misty Morn", "Howay", "Mary Todd", "Western Pioneer", "Northern Dawn" and "Nanceda"; the Fisherman, April 12, 1979, photos showing the vessels "Northern Dawn", Viking Star", "Snow King", "Cape James" and "Nancida at Inskip Inlet; "Rock claims Rebel Isle but crew escapes safely", the Fisherman, March 30, 1979 mentioning the vessels "Rebel Isle", " Great Northern 8", "Great Northern 5", "Pacific Scanner" and "Hukilao"; "Death, losses mar roe season" the Fisherman, March 16, 1979 mentioning the vessels "B.C. Adventure", "Ocean Virtue", "Ocean Marauder", "Tanu", "HMCS Porte Dauphine", "Carina I", "Quesnel Lake", "Island Girls", "W.7", and "Point Hope"; "Another herring boat sinks", Vancouver Express, March 14, 1979 mentioning the vessel "Island Girl"; "Fishing starts, Seiner sinks" Victoria Times, March 13, 1979 mentioning the vessels "Island Girls" and "Tanu"; "Search called off" Victoria Times, March 12, 1979 about the vessel "W7"; "2 new mishaps in fish fleet", Victoria Times, March 9, 1979, mentioning the vessels "Carina I", "Quesnel Lake", "Tanu" and "Point Hope"; "Herring barely open: Two boats lost", Victoria Times, March 6, 1979 mentioning the vessels "B.C. Adventure" and "Point Hope"; "Sunken herring skipper hunting for new vessel" Vancouver Express, March 7, 1979 mentioning the vessel "B.C. Express"; Vuctoria Times, March 6, 1979, a photo showing the vessel "Promiscuity" aground and the Coast Guard vessel "Sir James Douglas" standing by; "Gillnetters jam inlet", Victoria Times, March 5, 1979, mentioning the vessels "Elora Jane", "Crazy Horse", "Pacific Bandit", "Solander Isle", "Princess Grace" and "Northerner of Clyde"; "Trawler permit sparks protest" the Fisherman, Feb. 19, 1979 mentioning the vessel "Callistratus"; "Harry Corlett - New life member emphasizes unity" the Fisherman, Feb. 19, 1979, and showing a photo of the vessel "Effie 2"; "The Sinclair Report - Too many boats, too few fish", the Fisherman, Feb. 19, 1979 with an image of fishing vessels in harbour; "Callistratus christened Co-op fleet's flagship", the Fisherman, Feb. 2, 1979 about the vessel "Callistratus"; "Another buy-back vessel returns to fishing fleet" the Fisherman, Feb. 2, 1979, about the vessel "Silver Dollar 2"; "Aboard Klemtu - The dog salmon round-up of 1937" the Fisherman, Jan. 17, 1979 about the vessel "Klemtu"; "Prince Rupert men exult over fishboat: It can do everything" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Express, Jan. 17, 1979 about the vessel "Callistratus". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1978 - From Graham Elliston" containing newpaper clippings; "Larry McAllister lost overboard from seiner" and "H.A. Casperson dead at 78" the Fisherman. Dec. 15, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Star Pacific", "Rider", "Chief Tapeet", "W.10", "Western Mariner", "W.R. Lord", "Chief Seegay" and "Gay Corsair"; "Herring sales net charities $40,000" the Fisherman, Dec. 15, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Eastisle", "Quatsino", "Ocean Mistress" and "Trans Pacific No. 1"; "Cape Swain crew escapes as vessel lost on Ballenas" the Fisherman, Dec. 1, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Cape Swain", "Karenora"and "Viking Leader"; "Search fails for fisherman" Vancouver Express, Nov. 22, 1978, mentioning the vessel "Star Pacific"; "Grounding, fire take life of Moses Ross" the Fisherman, Nov. 17, 1978, about the vessel "S.C. 51"; the Fisherman, Nov. 17, 1978 a column mentioning the vessels "Borealis", "New England", "Chief Skugaid", "Fishmaid" and "Linda"; "Rusty tug readied for new job" by Alaln Daniels, Vancouver Express, Nov. 3, 1978 about the vessel "LaPoint"; the Fisherman, Nov. 3, 1978, an article about boatbuilder Ichijuro Matsumoto and mentioning the vessels "Eskimo", "Robert B", "Svalbard", "Universe", "Evening Star", "Miss Georgina", "New Venture", "Northern Dawn", "Ocean Star" and "Pacific Belle"; "Pioneer shipbuilder Matsumoto dies", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 24, 1978; "Arrest sparks demands for 'apex' marker light" the Fisherman, Oct. 28, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Victory Bay" and "William Peck"; "Joint venture raises questions" the Fisherman, Oct. 5, 1978 and mentioning the vessels "Tanu", "Crater", "Sun Maiden" and "Caledonian"; "Thomas Davey dies in Gibsons" the Fisherman, Oct. 6, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Dorothy M" and "Irene D"; "Delta gillnetter's arrest makes historical mark" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 6, 1978; "Small gillnetters caught in net of closures" by Moira Farrow, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 5, 1978, showing a photo of the vessel "Silver Bell"; "Boat burns", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 5, 1978 about the vessel "Fraser Maiden; the Fisherman, Sept. 22, 1978, a photo showing the vessel "Dona" suspected to be the "Lyndona"; "Capsize claims life of Robert Isabelle" and "Nels Nelson's career spanned five decades" the Fisherman, Sept.22, 1978, two articles mentioning the vessels "Tlell", "Kitlup", "Pacific Laurel", "B.C. Bird", "Combat" and "Deep Sea"; "Polish fish sale hake of a deal" by Moira Farrow, Vancouver Sun, Sept. 22, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Sun Maiden", "Caledonian", "Tanu" and "Crater"; "Boat man missing" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 18, 1978; "Dramatic rescue saves four", the Fisherman, Sept. 8, 1978 mentioning the vessels "B.C.P. 43", "Our Own" and "Nanceda"; the Fisherman, Aug. 25, 1978 an editorial page which mentions the vessels "Borealis" and "Manchester Guardian"; the Fisherman, Aug. 25, 1978, photos showing the vessels "Pennysue 4" and "Nemesis"; "Two injures in collision", the Fisherman, Aug. 25, 1978 about a collision between the vessel "Norango" and a Seaspan log barge; "Fish and Ships" the Fisherman, Aug. 11, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Thomas F. Bayard", "Lightship No. 16", "Beatrice", "Carlotta G. Cox", "Borealis", "Saucy Lass" and "Arrawac Freighter"; the Fisherman, July 28, 1978, photos showing the vessel "Beowulf"; the Fisherman, July 28, 1978, an article mentioning the vessels "Ruston", "Cathy Anne 2" and "May S"; the Fisherman, July 20, 1978, a photo showing the vessels "Cape Scott" and "Great Northern 8"; the Fisherman, July 20, 1978, a photo showing the vessel "Freeport"; the Fisherman, July 20, 1978, a photo showing the vessel "Lucky Century"; Alberni Valley Times, July 17, 1978, a photo showing the vessel "Salida"; "Tonnage transfer methods questioned" the Fisherman, June 16, 1978, showing an image of the vessel "Nimpkish Producer No. 1" and mentioning the vessels "Betty Jean", "Dungeness", "Helen Marie 2" and "Western Shore 2"; "Searchers fail to find fisherman" Vancouver Sun, My 25, 1978, metioning the vessel "Silver North"; Vancouver Sun, May 17, 1978, a photo showing the vessel "Star Witch" aground in English Bay; "Pacific Joye - Pride of Jim Walkus' fleet", Nanaimo Times, May 11, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Pacific Joye", "Ocean Joye", "Miss Joye", "Silver Star" and "Surfrider" and has an image of the vessel "Pacific Joye"; "Veteran Les Jacques dies at Powell River" the Fisherman, May 5, 1978, mentioning the vessel "Elsie J"; "Fisherman rescued by helicopter team", Vancouver Sun, April 24, 1978, mentioning the vessel "Grand Prix"; the Fisherman, April 21, 1978, a column mentioning the vessels "B.C. Producer" and "Liahona"; "Buy-back boats licensed while fishermen refused", the Fisherman, April 21, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Norvis Puffin", "Cachelot", "Elizabeth 3", "Bradpat", "Bluebird", "Wendy Belle", "Last Hope", "Black Rose" and "Consistent"; "Old Man of the Sea survives", Vancouver Sun, April 17, 1978 and mentions the vessel "Oceaner"; "Fishermen question relicensing of fishboats", Vancouver Sun, April 15, 1978 mentioning the vessel "Norvis Puffin" ex "Cachelot"; "Fishermen enraged that B.C. boat got back into fleet", Vancouver Province, April 15, 1978 about the "Norvis Puffin / Cachelot"; "Five fishermen rescued, body of sixth recovered", Vancouver Sun, April 7, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Nancy L", "Magna" and "Diana Isle"; the Fisherman, April 7, 1978, a photo of the vessel "Liahona"; "Copter saves three from beach after fishboat sinks", Vancouver Sun, March 27, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Tresho", "Mary Lou" and "Ocean Invader 1"; "Search for crew reduced", Vancouver Sun, March 25, 1978 about the vessel "Ocean Invader 1"; "Fishery claims two boats" the Fisherman, March 23, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Ocean Invader 1" and "Mother 3"; "Seach area for fishermen widened", Vancouver Sun, March 21, 1978 about the vessel "Ocean Invader 1"; "Six adrift pray and play through lifeboat ordeal", Vancouver Sun, March 20, 1978 about the vessels "Mother 3" and "Ocean Invader 1"; "Hope for 11 men missing off coast fades after 2 days", Vancouver Sun, March 18, 1978, about the vessels "Mother 3" and "Ocean Invader 1"; "Rescuers check on oil slick in search for 11 fishermen", Vancouver Sun, March 17, 1978, about the vessels "Mother 3" and "Ocean Invader 1"; "One dead, 5 missing as herring boat sinks" Vancouver Sun, March 16, 1978, about the vessel "Ocean Invader 1"; "Seiner sinks off Island", Vancouver Sun, March 15, 1978, about the vessel "Cape Calvert"; "Drowning, sinkings mar herring fishery" and "Clues to fate of Gustav sought", the Fisherman, March 10, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Jay Bee", "Libra", "Foxy Lady", "Royal Jazz", "Marlene B" and "Gustav"; "Fishboats run aground on sandbars", Vancouver Sun, March 9, 1978 mentioning the vessels "Libra" and "Marlene D"; a page of photo ads from Pacific Yachting, March 1978; "Military board to probe grounding of tug Glendale", Vancouver Sun, Feb. 28, 1978, mentioning the vessels "Glendale", "HMCS Qu'appelle" and "Helen II"; "Search for fisherman called off", Vancouver Sun, Feb. 20, 1978, mentioning the vessel "Marwyn"; "She'll miss the boat", by Kay Alsop, Vancouver Province, Jan. 21, 1978, mentioning the vessel "Wyvern" and "Frankie B";"Fishermen", West Side Real Estate Weekly, Jan. 13, 1978 mentioning the vessel "Donna May". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1977 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper articles "Search ended for 4 aboard fishboat", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 22, 1977 about the vessel "Gustav"; "Whalers find new life as tug, herring boat" by Pete McMartin, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 15, 1977, about the vessels "Chester" and "Pacific Challenge"; "Who defines aim in trawl fishery?" the Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1977; "Ordeal at sea - Trapped woman saved from capsized vessel", the Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1977, mentioning the vessels "Miss Joye" and "Amber III"; "Safety fears roused as seiners capsize", the Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Odysseus", "Delta Star", "John Todd", "Pacific Ocean", "Abound", "Atlin Post" and "Racer"; "Body of baby found", Vancouver Sun, Dec. 1, 1977 about the vessel "Miss Joye"; Vancouver Sun, Nov. 30, 1977 a photo of Maxine Anderson, survivor of the loss of the vessel "Miss Joye"; "Water 'so cold and black' to woman trapped in boat", Vancouver Sun, Nov. 29, 1977 about the loss of the vessel "Miss Joye"; "Two have narrow escape in fire aboard Patsalee", the Fisherman, Nov. 18, 1977, mentioning the vessels "Patsalee" and "Swiftsure 7"; the Fisherman, Nov. 4, 1977, a photo showing the vessel "Oceans Edge" under tow; "Active to end of life, Rolfstad passes at 81" the Fisherman, Nov. 4, 1977, mentioning the vessels "Una May", "Newport" and "May Lynn"; "Coast Guard searches for missing fisherman", The Bamfielder, Nov. 1977 mentioning the vessel "Becky Lee"; "Wrong Miss Skeena", the Fisherman, Oct. 24, 1977, mentioning the vessels "Miss Skeena" and "winnie S"; "Fisherman lost after capsize", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 17, 1977, mentioning the vessel "Becky Lee"; the Fisherman, Oct. 7, 1977 photos showing the vessels "Contender", "Westville" and "Paysteak"; "Install adequate alarms", the Fisherman, Oct. 7, 1977 mentioning the vessels "North Romer", "NP 341", "NP 396" and "Miss Skeena"; "Troller Don Sigmund nails vicious gossip", the Fisherman, Sept. 23, 1977 mentioning the vessels "PAcific", "Small Eldo", "Eldo" and "Marvin B"; "Incident recalled by death", the Fisherman, Sept. 9, 1977, mentioning the vessels "Masset Maid", "Clipper 2", "Western Sun" and "Finella"; "Fished since the 1930s, Alexis Medvedeff passes" and "U.S. tanker slices net of seiner" the Fisherman, Aug. 26, 1977 mentioning the vessels "49'er", "Silver Bounty" and "Arco Juno"; the Fisherman, Aug. 12, 1977, a photo of the vessel "Sunwind"; "New Miss Jean hearing sought - Victoria declines request" the Fisherman, Aug. 12, 1977 mentioning the vessel "Miss Jean"; the Fisherman, July 29, 1977, a photo of the vessel "George Miller"; Vancouver Sun, July 20, 1977 a photo of the vessel "Nanceda"; the Fisherman, July 15, 1977, a photo showing a vessel aground at Rivers Inlet; the Fisherman, July 15, 1977, a photo showing the vessels "Samson IV", "White Wave" and "Nopsa"; "Second inquest sought in tragedy", "Dragger lost, crew gets off" and "Troller sinks near Namu", the Fisherman, July 4, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Miss Jean", "Queen of Saanich", "Western Ranger", "Blue Angel", "Centennial 71" and "Blue Waters"; the Fisherman, July 4, 1977, a photo showing the vessel "Carmanah"; "Two men rescued", Vancouver Sun, June 7, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Centennial" and "Blue Water"; "Dave Rutka's death shock to industry" the Fisherman, May 6, 1977 mentioning the vessels "P.Z. Caverhill", "Santa Rosa" and "Phyllis Cormack"; "Fisherman gets 5-year sentence" Vancouver Sun, April 9, 1977; "Jabalo crew saved as vessel founders", the Fisherman, April 8, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Jabalo", "Y.F.P. 320" and "Snow Cloud"; "Three rescued in sinking" Vancouver Sun, March 28, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Jabalo" and "YFP 320"; Vancouver Province March 26, 1977, a photo showing the vessel "Deep Sea"; "Mew hovercraft authorized for use by Coast Guard", Vancouver Sun, March 14, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Storm Force", "B.C. Bird", "Helen II" and "Reliant"; "Leaky herring packer gets towed to Bamfield" Vancouver Sun, March 12, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Alpacka" and "Rider"; "Hovercraft purchase would strengthen safety program", the Fisherman, March 11, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Plouton", "Darlene Jean", "San Pedro", "Seacap 2", "Terena Louise", "Maple Leaf C", "Rider", "Lady Flo" and "Cliff Point"; "Miss Jean tragedy baffles jury" the Fisherman, March 11, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Miss Jean" and "Cliff Point"; "Two rescued in gale" Vancouver Sun, March 10, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Sandra Carol" and "Annu B 11"; "All aboard escape sinkings as 2 more herring boats lost" Vancouver Sun, March 7, 1977 mentioning the vessels "Miss Jean", "Cliff Point", "Lady Flo" and "Terena Louise"; "Jury attaches no blame in death of two fishermen" Vancouver Sun, March 3, 1977 about the loss of the vessel "Miss Jean"; "Herring fishermen rescued as seiner sinks in storm" Vancouver Sun, March 3. 1977 about the sinking of the vessel "Terena Louise"; "6 crewmwn rescued fron sunken seiner", Vancouver Sun, March 2, 1977 about the sinking of the vessel "Terena Louise"; "Vote sends boats to herring ground" Vancouver Sun, March 1, 1977; "In the finest traditions of the seas"by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, March 1, 1977 about the rescue of two of the crew of the vessel "Bruce I" and the crew of a U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter by the Bamfield Lifeboat; "Inquest raises safety questions" the Fisherman, Feb. 11, 1977, about the loss of the vessel "Miss Jean"; "Grieving father probes fishboat safety" by Pete McMartin, Vancouver Sun, Jan. 28, 1977 about the loss of the vessel "Asbjurg" a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1976 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper articles "Bodies of 2 men found in fishing boat mishap" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 3, 1976 about the loss of the vessel "Miss Jean" and mentioning the ferry "Queen of Saanich"; "Boat crew missing" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 2, 1976 about the loss of the vessel "Miss Jean" and mentioning the ferry "Queen of Saanich"; a photo showing the remains of the vessel "Sunrise II" after it exploded, Vancouver Sun, Nov. 23, 1976; "Fisherman burned in boat explosion" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 22, 1976 about the vessel "Sunrise II"; "Many an old yarn re-spun" by Norman Hacking (Ship and shore), Vancouver Province, Oct. 26, 1976 about a reunion of Coal Harbour pioneers and with a section on the arrival of the first mandarin oranges on the vessel "M.S. Tunisian Reefer"; "B.C. prawns catch the gourmet's eye" Vancouver Province, Oct. 16, 1976 and mentioning the vessel "Norseas"; a photo showing the vessel "Gregory D" on the Fraser River, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 2, 1976; Vancouver Sun, Oct. 1, 1976, an article about vessels washing up on the beach at Deep Bay on eastern Vancouver Island with a photo of the vessel "Sea Flash" aground; "U.S. helicopter resues five from packer in Hecate Strait" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 28, 1976 about the vessel "SC 167"; "Search on for fishboat, 5 people" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 27, 1976 about the vessel "SC 167"; "Two chilled Delta fishermen survive six-day sea ordeal" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 20, 1976 about the vessel "Marble Isle"; "Skipper released" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 9, 1976; "U.S. seizes Nanaimo fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 8, 1976 about the vessel "Retirement"; "Fishermen claim steamships imperil their lives, boats" and "Search for fisherman abandoned" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 2, 1976, mentioning the vessels "Lady Evelyn" and "Amy Louise"; "Near-ramming claimed as Canadians seized" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 23, 1976 about the seizure of the vessel "Atoo" by the U.S. Coast Guard vessel "Point Doran"; "Two Canadian fishermen fined in U.S. court" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 21, 1976 and "2 fishermen fined $1500" Vancouver Province, Aug. 21, 1976 about the vessels "Sea Luck" and "Atoo"; Vancouver Sun, Aug. 20, 1976, a photo showing the vessel "Zenardi"; "Westward Ho II - Emporium to Liveaboard" Pacific Yachting, Aug. 1976 about the vessel "Westward Ho II" ex "Lady Helen II", ex "Marshall Wells", ex "Austen F", ex "Miyako"; "Rockets bring rash of calls", Vancouver Sun, July 5, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Balsac I", "Sidette" and "Mallard"; "Three fishermen picked up at sea" Vancouver Sun, June 28, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Sampo" and "Eastward Ho"; Vancouver Sun, June 25, 1976, a photo showing the vessel "Sea Harvest" aground near Victoria; "Woman missing after boat sinks" Vancouver Sun, May 29, 1976 adn "For sale 40 ft. ex pilot boat" Vancouver Province, May 29, 1976; The Fisherman, May 21, 1976, photos showing the rescue of the crew of the vessel "North Roamer" by helicopter; "Trwaler sails for inspection by Sechelt Indian owners" Vancouver Sun, May 21, 1976 about the vessel "Arctic Harvester"; "Fisherman rescued" Vancouver Sun, May 20, 1976 mentioning the vessels "3 Js" and "Albacore II"; "Boat sinking sparks road plea" Vancouver Sun, May 19, 1976 about the vessel "North Romer"; "Sudden gale in Georgia Strait brings flood of distress calls" and "Man missing after boat sinks" VAncouver Sun, May 17, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Mallard" and "Union Maid""; "A classic sea rescue" Vancouver Sun, May 7, 1976 about the rescue of crew from the vessel "Bruce" and a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter by the Bamfield lifeboat; "Fishboat frees self" Vancouver Sun, April 26, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Melville" and "Rider"; Vancouver Sun, April 13, 1976, a photo showing the vessel "Sea Rock" aground; "Alert issued for overdue boat" Vancouver Sun, April 6, 1976 about the vessel "Titianium"; Vancouver SUn, March 30, 1976, a photo showing the vessel "Argent No.1" aground; "One dead, one missing after fishboat hits rock" Vancouver Sun, March 23, 1976 about the vessel "Cassiar 64"; "Tug sinks in False Creek" and "Fishboat grounded, towed to safety", Vancouver Sun, March 22, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Colleen K" and "Great Northern VII"; "Crew taken from boat" Vancouver Sun, March 20, 1976 about the vessel "Great Northern VII"; "80 feet to safety took hour" VAncouver Sun, March 13, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Canfisco", "Bruce I", "Lumba Lumba" and "Twila Dawn"; "Two herring packers safe in port after hitting heavy gales" Vancouver Sun, March 11, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Nahmint", "Sea Comet", "Western Girl", "Eastview", "Taconoy" and "Ready"; "Proud Papa of twin boats" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province, March 3, 1976 about the vessels "Prestige" and "Predator" and mentioning the vessels "Invercan No. 4", "Prosperity" and "San Juan I", photos on next page; "Ship taking up new duties as guardian to fleet", Vancouver Sun, March 3, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Lumba Lumba", "Clung-Stoo" and "Bruce I"; "Minister asked to probe herring boat sinkings" Vancouver Sun, March 2, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Star SHine" and "Bruce I"; "Fishermen survive 37 hours in skiff" Vancouver Sun, March 1, 1976 about the vessels "Star SHine" and "Bruce I"; "Loss of herring boats raises fear of another bad year" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 27, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Brandy Wyne" and "Sea Rock"; "Crew leaves grounded boat" and "Convention ship project killed" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 26, 1976 about the vessels "Brandywine" and "SS Canora"; "Gone Fishing" U.B.C. Alumni Chronicle, Summer 1976 mentioning the vessels "Greenwater Blues", "Soubrette" and "Zoey". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1975 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper articles "Woman missing from fishboat", Vancouver Sun, Nov. 1, 1975; "Stranded couple rescued" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 27, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Honirar"; "Floating family has parking woes" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 22, 1975 about the vessel "Mina C"; "Fishing boat sinks" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 15, 1975 about the vessel "Cobb"; "..fishing help here" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province, Oct. 11, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Princess Elaine", "Our Lady of Lourdes" and "Lo'olbee"; "Fisherman accuses freighter of sinking his boat in fog" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 7, 1975 mentioning the freighter "Newark"; "Skipper, passenger presumed drowned" Vancouver Province, Oct. 6, 1975; "Tug saves fish boat" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 6, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Yankee Maid" and "Lorne"; "Boat wrecked in storm, man and woman missing" VAncouver Sun, Oct. 4, 1975; "Richmond fishboat seized in U.S." Vancouver Province, Sept. 27, 1975 about the vessel "Jan Jac Ann"; "PAir stay on boat for hearing" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 27, 1975 about the vessel "Jan-Jac Ann"; "Hunt demanded for missing fishboat crew" and "Thieves strip boat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 9, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Lady Sylvia II" and "Virago Point"; "B.C. fisherman fined $600" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 9, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Pacific Ranger II"; "Ship to get $1m facelift" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province, Sept. 4, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Arctic Harvester"; B.C. gillnetter held by U.S." Vancouver Sun, Sept. 3, 1975 about the vessel "Pacific Ranger"; "Picket ban urged" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 9, 1975 about the vessel "Arctic Harvester"; "400-pound halibut took four men to haul aboard" Vancouver Sun, June 25, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Cape Devon"; Vancouver Province, June 20, 1975, an article about the engines in the vessel "Carlyle III"; Vancouver Sun, June 4, 1975, a photo of a model of the vessel "Adriatic Sea"; "Fisherman sells cod, sole despite prosecution threats" Vancouver Sun, May 30, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Gulf Gallant"; "Greenpeace crew makes contact with grey whales" Vancouver Sun, May 16, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Greenpeace V"; "Better fishery safety urged" Vancouver Sun, May 14, 1975 about the vessel "B.C. Producer"; "Japanese whaler raps Greenpeace" Vancouver Sun, April 30, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Greenpeace III" and "Greenpeace V"; "Herring boat's dinghy found" Vancouver Sun, April 8, 1975 about the vessel "Sylvia II"; "Mass said for skipper as row stirs" Vancouver Sun, Apri1, 1975 with a map showing the locations of the wrecks of the vessels "Vampy", "Bravado", "Gore Rock", "Twilight II", "B.C. Producer", "Lady Sylvia II", "Pacific Venture", "Terena Louise", "Royal Pacific", "Chief Skugaid", "Ernest Todd" and "W. No.6"; "Windstorm leaves trail of death and destruction" Vancouver Sun, March 31, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Gore Rock" and "Twilight II"; "I had to find out, says wife" and "Greenpeace gets $1795 gov't grant" Vancouver Sun, March 29, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Sylvia II", "Pacific Venture", "Bravado" and "Greenpeace V"; "Ottawa silent on aid to save boats - union" Vancouver Province mentioning the vessels ""Bravado", "Western Warrior", "Pacific Venture" and "B.C. Producer"; "Fishboat feared lost" and "Missing men still sought" Vancouver Sun, March 27, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Bravado", "B.C. Producer" and "Caledonian"; "Fishboat toll stands at 13" Victoria Times, March 26, 1975 mentioning the vessels "B.C. Producer" and "Bravado"; "Five fishermen missing" Vancouver Sun, March 25, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Bravado"; "Boat sinkings to be probed" by Norman Hacking ( Ship and Shore ), Vancouver Province, March 25, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Pacific Venture", "Ernest Todd", "Chief Seegay", "W No.6", "Vampy", "Terena Louise" and "Royal Pacific"; "2 shipwrecks death raise fishing toll", Vancouver Sun, March 22, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Viking Mist", "Arapaho", "Pacific Venture" and "Lady Sylvia II"; "Another fisherman feared dead as boat capsizes, another sinks" Vancouver Province, March22, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Pacific Venture"; Vancouver Sun, March 20, 1975, a photo showing the vessel "Ocean Traveller" loading supplies, the vessel "Snowfall" in the background; "B.C. herring seiners hit by rash of sinkings" and "Seiner crew rescued" Vancouver Sun, March 19, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Lady Sylvia II", "Terena Louise", "Royal Pacific", "Chief Skugaid", "Vampy", "Ocean Invader" and "Ernest Todd"; "Seiner saved by lifeboat" Vancouver Sun, March 17, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Princess Colleen"; Vancouver Sun, March 7, 1975, a photo ad showing the vessel "M.V. Pacific Crown". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1974 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper articles "Captian Harley Brown served industry well" the Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Harbor Princess", "Double Island" and "Malibu Princess"; The Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1974, an ad mentioning the vessels "Joan W 2" and "Southisle"; "Gillnewwer murdered on boat at Nanaimo", the Fisherman, Dec. 2, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Glen Afton"; Vancouver Sun, Nov. 29, 1974, a photo showing the vessel "Betty L"; "Prawn fishing study launched" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 26, 1974; "Packers' exclusion protested to Ottawa" the Fisherman, Nov. 18, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Cape Scott"; Vancouver Province, Nov. 2, 1974, an article mentioning the voyage of the vessel "Arauco" to Chile; "Death takes Ron Stone", the Fisherman, Nov. 1, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Malahat", "Audrey B", "Western Cruiser" and "Quatsino"; The Fisherman, Nov. 1, 1974, an article mentioning the vessel "Freeland"; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Oct. 31, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Robertson II", "Gertrude L" and "Bluenose"; "Fishing boat sinks" VAncouver Sun, Oct. 31, 1974; Vancouver Sun, Oct. 25, 1974, a photo showing the vessel "Miss Tina" and another vessel in First Narrows; "Joe Malat dies in crash" the Fisherman, Oct. 18, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Westview", "Laredo", "Ocean Leader", "Mary Todd" and "John Todd"; "Fireboat demand grows" the Fisherman, Oct. 18, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Maria C", "Millbanke" and "Vanlene"; "Car crushed, father killed" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 15, 1974; "Arson suspected in three-boat fire", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 10, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Millbank" and "Maria C"; Vancouver Sun, Oct. 10, 1974, a photo showing the remains of the tug "Vanlene" and the vessel "Travlin' Lady"; "UFAWU takes legal action against ship after net cut" the Fisherman, Oct. 4, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Columbialand", "Violet Prince" and "Attu"; "We'll burn boats before we join union" Vancouver Province, Sept. 21, 1974; The Fisherman, Sept. 20, 1974, an article mentioning the vessels "Gay MArlene", "Sleep Robber" and "Golden Fleece"; "Destroyer aids troller" the Fisherman, Sept. 20, 1974 mentioning the vessels "HMCS Mackenzie", "Argyle I" and "Westerly Wind"; "5 rescued from ship" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 20, 1974 about the vessel "Aries"; "This tuna catching on" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 19, 1974; "B.C. fishboats returned; skippers each levied $1000" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 19, 1974; "Fishboats case settlement near" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 17, 1974; "Man drowns off fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 12, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Pacific Pride"; "Fire destroys fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 11, 1974; The Fisherman, Sept. 6, 1974, cover picture showing the vessel "Western Pioneer"; "G. Domijan dead at 67" the Fisherman, Aug. 21, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Exilda" and "Anna M'; The Fisherman, Aug. 23, 1974, an article mentioning the vessels "Pacific Rancher", "Borealis", "Kodiak", "Joan W1" and "Fir Leaf"; "Court refuses Karliner's application for injunction" the Fisherman, Aug. 23, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Arctic Harvester"; "Mother 3 granted clearance" the Fisherman, Aug. 23, 1974 about the vessel "Mother 3"; Victoria Times, Aug. 20, 1974, a photo showing the vessel "Bonnie Loch" and mentioning the vessel "Holly B"; Vancouver Sun, Aug. 13, 1974, a photo showing two vessels in Vancouver Harbour; "Boat explosion victim dies" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 12, 1974; "Samson Marine forges ahead" Vancouver Province, July 26, 1974; The Fisherman, July 26, 1974, cover photo showing the vessel "Eldorado"; "Karliner sues UFAWU, paper" the Fisherman, July 26, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Arctic Harvester"; "Seagoing Sauna" by Norman Hacking ( Ship and Shore ), Vancouver Province, July 26, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Caledonian", "Nemesis", "Jean Marc IV" and "Gulf Gallant"; "Atlantic boats join fleet" the Fisherman, July 12, 1974 with photos of the vessels "Unda" and "Gulf Gallant"; "Seiner hurt on Freeland" the Fisherman, July 12, 1974, mentioning the vessel "Freeland"; "Fishboat hung up on rock", Vancouver Sun, June 29, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Izumi III" and the ferry "Prince George"; "Boats listed for fishing in strikes" the Fisherman, June 28, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Arbutus Isle", "Arlene M", "Balsac", "Blue Eagle No.1", "Cape Brothers", "Cape May", "Contessa", "Daleson", "Dandee One", "Decision", "Flicka", "Fraser Princess", "Gilboa", "Huntress I", "Jason K", "Jolly Roger", "Joyce N ", "Karmsund", "Little Jim", "Mariner 2", "Miss Universe", Myrna", "Nootka Lady", "North Cape", "Ocean Mist", "Pacific Rim", "Pepita", "Prestige 2", "Rae Jon", "Robust", "Rolande", "Sea Hunter", "Secundo", "Sentinella", "Suncrest", "Sundowner", "Telemark", "Terry Wayne", "Thetis Queen", "Titina Rose", "Two Sisters", "Windward 2", "Anna B.", "Arctic Haze", "Betty Munior", "Blue Pacific", "Cheri C", "Conquest", "Courageous", "Covenant", "Dale Hurst", "Debbie Marie", "Dona", "Ed Glen", "Escapade", "Esperance", "Fire-Kings", "Forty Winks", "Irene May", "Island Star", "Johnny Canuck", "Kath-Ell", "Klahanie", "Linda Anne", "MaiLis", "Manhatten 2", "Mission Bay", "Narvik", "Natasha", "Northern Husky", "Ocean Conquest", "Ocean Gold", "Ocean Producer", "Ocean Provider", "Ocean Rambler", "Ocean Rover", "Ocean Sunrise", "Pacific Provider", "Pacific Prowler", "Pacific Trydent", "Pinky", "Pride and Joy", "Respond", "Restless", "Scotian", "Sea Pal", "Silver Rose", "Sky Wave", "Sun Crown", "Sun Dance 2", "Tamara 2", "Terry Diane" and "Yukon";"Death ends John Hansen's 40-year industry career" the Fisherman, June 28, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Spick 1" and "Spick 2"; "Shipwrecked pair rescued", Vancouver Sun, June 27, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Seymour Girl"; Vancouver Province, May 24, 1974, a photo showing the vessel "B.C. Lady"; "Search on for boat" Vancouver Sun, May 22, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Ptarmigan"; The Fisherman, May 17, 1974, a photo showing the vessel "Dalmacia" aground on Sturgeon Bank with article mentioning "Dalmacia" and "Star Venture"; "Still hope for halibut revival" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, May 15, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Gulf Gallant" and "Norango"; "Auction draws hundreds" the Fisherman, May 3, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Kendoe", "Thor", "Simpson", "Tedmac", "Sultry Siren", "Dunany", "Blue Haze", "Horizon", "Princeton No.1", "Seamount", "Miss Penny Lee", "Princess Isle", "Turbulent", "Trio 5", "Wendy Belle", "Telemark", "Reefer", "Kingsway", "Brico 16", "Green Bay", "M.P. 346", "Rider 1", "Barracuda", "Sheba Queen", "Whirlwind", "Projus" and "Billie"; "Fish faction sabotage feared at Coal Harbor" Vancouver Province, April 26, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Respond"; "Fishboat skuttling attempt probed" Vancouver Sun, April 25, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Respond"; "27 fishboats auctioned off in buy-back program finale" Vancouver Sun, April 22, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Princess Isle" and "Billie"; The Fisherman, April 11, 1974 a photo showing the vessel "Pacific-Star" behind picket signs; "PTA holds open boat" the Fisherman, April 11, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Pacific Shadow", "Dreamboat 2", "Pacific Star", "Thetis Queen", "Dandee One", "Ocean Producer" and "Pacific Shadow"; The Fisherman, April 11, 1974 a photo showing the vessel "Nahmint" aground; "Final buy-back auction lists 30 vessels" the Fisherman, April 11, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Kendoe", "Thor", "Simpson", "Tedmac", "Sultry Siren", "Dunany", "Blue Haze", "Horizon", "Princeton No.1", "Seamount", "Miss Penny Lee", "Princess Isle", "Turbulent", "Trio 5", "Wendy Belle", "Telemark", "Reefer", "Kingsway", "Brico 16", "Green Bay", "M.P. 346", "Rider 1", "Barracuda", "Sheba Queen", "Whirlwind", "Projus" and "Billie"; "Money lures students to sea" Vancouver Sun, March 29, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Barkley Sound" and "Camenita"; "Herring boat awash, picked up by tug" Vancouver Sun, March 23, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Mary Todd" and "Rivtow Rogue"; "Deep water starts new trend" Vancouver Sun, March 19, 1974 about the vessel "Caledonian"; The Fisherman, March 15, 1974, a photo of the vessel "Respond"; Vancouver Sun, March 9, 1974, a photo of the vessel "Promiscuity"; "2 fishermen perish when boat sinks" Vancouver Province, March 9, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Paragon 1" and "Ganges" and "Herring fishermen voting on offer" Vancouver Sun, March 9, 1974, mentioning the vessels "Ganges", "Paragon 1" and "Respond"; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, March 8, 1974 mentioning the vessel "HMCS Mackenzie"; "166 tons of herring ruled unfit to eat" Vancouver Sun, March 4, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Respond", "Covenant", "Pacific Prowler", "Escapade", "Ocean Gold" and "Ocean Rover"; "Strike-linked boat sinks, two saved" Vancouver Sun, March 2, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Respond" and "Imperial Tofino"; "Tug, fishboat projects jam smaller shipyards" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Feb. 26, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Nita Maria", "Red Fir XV" and "Red Fir XVI"; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Feb. 12, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Caledonian"; "Welder hurt in boat fire" and "Marine alert for boater" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 6, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Caledonian" and "Tarzan"; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Feb. 1, 1974; "Public information report No. 2 - Waterfront Planning Study, Vancouver" Feb. 1974, cover photo showing the vessels "Eldorado", "Arabella II", "Silver Bounty" and "Sheringham"; "Prince Rupert loses veteran halibut man", "Death closes union record of Al Kabush" and "Langley tenderman drowned in Mexico" the Fisherman, Jan. 25, 1974 mentioning the vessels "B.C. Producer", "Plethora", "Brooks BAy", "B.C. Clipper", "Royal City", "Western Girl" and "Ballerina I"; "Fish and Ships" the Fisherman, Jan. 25, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Marwood"; "Packer floated from depths" by Norman Hacking ( Ship and Shore ), Vancouver Province, Jan. 18, 1974 mentioning the vessel "BCP 43". a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1973 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper clippings, "Merry Hics-mas" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 22, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Jean-Marc IV"; "Air search starts" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 19, 1973 about the vessel "BCP 43"; "Heroic try made to save man, girl in capsizing" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 18, 1973 mentioning the vessels "BCP 43" and "Lady Marge"; "1 dead, 4 missing off capsized boat" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 17, 1973 about the vessel "BCP 43"; "Victim identified" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 14, 1973; "Fisherman fined" Vancouver Province, Dec. 1, 1973; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Nov. 23, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Snohomish", "Island Navigator", "Delta King", "Maplecove", "Island Sovereign", "Britannia", "Island Warrior", "Sea Lion", "Le Roi", "Haro", "Qualicum", "Hurry Home", "Ragna", "Margaret S.", "Augusta", "Raymond" and "SS Beaver"; "Wreckage discovered" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 20, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Millie K."; Vancouver Province, Nov. 17, 1973, an article and photos showing the vessel "Twin Sisters"; "Hunt for fisherman halted" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 13, 1973, about the vessel "Millie K."; "Lost fisherman needs medicine" Vancouver Province, and "Missing fisherman short of medication" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 10, 1973 about the vessel "Millie K."; "Fisherman missing" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 9, 1973 about the vessel "Millie K."; Vancouver Province, Nov. 8, 1973, an article about the vessel "Universe" and "6-hour hike after wreck" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 8, 1973, mentioning the vessel "Johnny-Boy"; "Fisherman spends night clinging to tipped boat" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 29, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Nitinat", "Kay Charles", "Cam Point", "Seava", "Sum Toy" and "Moorhen"; "Four boats sink and one cruiser burns" Vancouver Province, Oct. 29, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Glacier Bay", "Kay Charles", "Cam Point", "Nitinat", "Sum Toy" and "Ready"; "Search for man halted" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 16, 1973 about the vessel "Modern Maid"; "Lone fisherman, 68, two weeks overdue" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 15, 1973 about the vessel "Modern Maid"; "A high-liner mourned" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Oct. 13, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Silver Viking" and "Silver Viking II"; "Ship's horns getting plenty of support" Vancouver Province, Sept. 29, 1973, several letters to the editor mentioning the musical horns of the ship "Burnaco"; Vancouver Sun, Sept. 28, 1973, a photo showing the vessel "Argent 1" aground under the Lion's Gate Bridge; "80-foot Ocean King launched" Victoria Times, Sept. 17, 1973 about the vessel "Ocean King"; Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14, 1973, a photo showing the vessel "Active Lass" behind the Environment Minister, Jack Davis' personal boat; "Davis boat moored at gov't dock 'unethical' to Conservative MP" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14, 1973; "Fisherman presumed drowned" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 13, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Flying Cloud"; "Trollers protest to Ottawa after Big Bank collision" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 10, 1973 mentioning the freighter "Frieborg" and the troller "By-Way"; "Fish packer towed to Lund" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 7, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Helen II" and "HMCS Heron"; "Saved from above" Vancouver Province, Sept. 5, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Ol' Capt. Albert II"; "Crewman missing off boat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 5, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Freeland" and "Old Capt. Albert II"; "The Mighty Dirty Fraser - Coal Filtration Process Raises Hope of a Clean-up" UBC Alumni Chronicle, Autumn 1973 showing a photo of the vessel "Quadra Isle"; "Barrett goes fishing after ferry-strike quiz" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 20, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Western Warrior"; "Lack of doctor for fleet deplored" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 21, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Western Warrior"; "Fishboat blazes, 2 men rescued" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 2, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Wanderlust"; "Shrimp boats sail, wether permitting - Gourmet's dream just hard work" by Dave Stockand Vancouver Sun, Aug. 2, 1973, a three page article mentioning the vessel "Iwa-K" with photos; The Fisherman, July 27, 1973 an article mentioning the vessels "Svalbard" and "Lumba Lumba"; "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, July 24, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Eastward Ho"; Vancouver Province, July 17, 1973, a photo showing the vessel "Huntress 1" and caption mentioning the vessels "Pacific Trident" and "Secundo"; Vancouver Sun, July 12, 1973, a photo showing independant fisherman Joe Garcia and his boat; The Fisherman, July 6, 1973, an article mentioning the vessel "Western Rover"; "Star Shipyard work halted" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, July 6, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Federal VII" and "MS Star Lily"; The Fisherman, June 22, 1973, an article mentioning the vessel "Porcher 73"; "Seized seiner released after $15000 settlement" and "Skipper aquitted on hit-run charge" the Fisherman, June 8, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Haida Brave 2", "Pacific Rover" and "Koskeemo"; "Boat launches a playfield" Vancouver Sun, June 4, 1973, mentioning the vessel "Canyon Queen"; "$15000 reclaims seiner" Vancouver Sun, June 4, 1973 about the vessel "Haida Brave"; "Three men burned fighting boat fire" Vancouver Sun, June 1973, about the vessel "Ronda E."; "B.C. crew to retrieve seized boat" Vancouver Province, May 26, 1973 about the vessel "Haida Brave II"; "Fisherman rescued" Vancouver Sun, May 17, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Island Commander"; "42 fishboats bought for bargain prices" Vancouver Sun, May 14, 1973 mentioning the vessels "Janel II", "Peter S." and "Ariana"; "Boat hit, one sinks, crew safe" and "Search fails to find fisherman" Vancouver Sun, May 8, 1973 mentioning the vessels "All Star", "Joan W. II" and "Cape Canso"; "Rupert trial date set for May 29" and "Seiner Pacific Belle sinks in making set" the Fisherman, April 13, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Koskeemo", "Pacific Rover", "Western Express" and "Pacific Belle"; The Fisherman, April 13, 1973, a photo showing the vessel "Republic"; "Loss of B.C. seiners recalled at inquiry" Vancouver Sun, April 3, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Lady Dorianne", "Lady Audette", "Northview", "Ocean Star", "Combat", "Sea Ranger", "Quoddy Bay" and "Pacific Harvester"; "Hovercraft rescues two as St. Francis founders" the Fisherman, March 30, 1973 mentioning the vessels "St. Frances" and "Gulf Freda"; The Fisherman, March 30, 1973, an ad for Finning showing a photo of the vessel "Seapak"; "Hit and run charge laid against seine slipper" the Fisherman, March 30, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Koskeemo", "Pacific Rover", "Western Producer" and "Royal Canadian"; "Service held for crewman" the Fisherman, March 30, 1973, mentioning the vessel "Cape Canso"; "2 saved from sinking boat" Vancouver Sun, MArch 26, 1973, mentioning the vessels "St. Frances" and "Gulf Freda"; "Body found at Tofino" Vancouver Sun, March 23, 1973, mentioning the vessel "Cape Canso"; "Wreck spurs search" Vancouver Sun, March 17, 1973, mentioning the vessel "Wonder III"; The Fisherman, March 16, 1973, a photo of the vessel "Phyllis Cormack"; "Rash of accidents hits herring fleet" the Fisherman, March 16, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Nordic Queen", "Tordo", "North Land", "Great Northern 3", "Co-operator No. 4", "Koskeemo", "Koprino" and "Western Express"; "Two B.C. men die in Nfld. boat fire" the Fisherman, March 16, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Bar-Van" and "Eastern Pride"; "Two feared dead in fishboat fire" and "Fishboat pair saved in 24-hour ordeal" Vancouver Sun, March 5, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Bar-Van", "Justina" and "Almac III"; Vancouver Sun, Feb. 24, 1973, a photo showing the vessel "Moon Glow"; "Man given nine months for 20-year-old killing" Vancouver Province and "9-month term" Vancouver Sun, Feb. 3, 1973; "Calm Sea lost off Bermuda" the Fisherman, Feb. 2, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Calm Sea", "American Ranger", "Nahmint", "Sea Prince", "Cape Scott" and "T-W Sea Queen"; "Ken Homer drowned on fishing grounds" the Fisherman, Feb. 2, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Seapak" and "El Trym"; "Rescue only inches away" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 22, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Calm Sea" and "American Ranger"; "Ship goes to aid of city fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 20, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Calm Sea" and "American Ranger"; Vancouver Province, Jan. 6, 1973, a photo showing fishboats icebound at Delta; "New seiner "Southward Ho" to fish Atlantic waters" the Fisherman, Jan. 5, 1973, mentioning the vessels "Southward Ho', "Arctic Harvester" and "Eastward Ho"; "Unfair tag urged for 'Royal Venture'" the Fisherman, Jan. 5, 1973, about the vessel "Royal Venture"; Vancouver Sun, Aug. 15, 1952, a photo showing the troller "Marilyn" aground at Otter Point. a folder labelled "Boat Clippings - 1972 - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper articles, "Bravery recognized" Vancouver Sun, Dec. 2, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Zodiac Light" and "Ocean Star"; "Fisherman gets cash, medal for saving life" Vancouver Province, Dec. 2, 1972 mentioning the vessels "Zodiac Light" and "Ocean Star"; "Slain man's family receives aid" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 30, 1972, mentioning the vessel "Comfort Two"; "2nd fisherman found drowned" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 16, 1972; "Fisherman flees fire on boat" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 15, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Little Fisher", "Lillian M. II" and "Haida Transporter"; "RCMP start search" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 10, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Royal Pacific" and "Kerry K"; "Canoe tips, man saved, 1 missing", Vancouver Sun, Nov. 10, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Royal Pacific" and "Capt. Vancouver"; "Fishermen win lost earnings" Vancouver Sun, Nov. 2, 1972, mentioning the vessel "Chimo I"; "Man saved but boat destroyed" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 31, 1972, mentioning the vessel "Miss Fleetway"; "Boat auction bars U.S. fishermen" and "Fireboat fetches low $2500 bid" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 30, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Rhonda Lee", "Ionit", "Active Lass", "J. H. Carlisle" and "Vancouver II"; "Owner flees fishboat fire" Vancouver Sun, Oct. 24, 1972, about the vessel "Until II"; "Seiner damaged in collision", Vancouver Sun, Oct. 18, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Safari", "B.C. Standard" and "Knight"; "Man flees blazing boat" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 27, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Leanda" and "W.J. Stewart" and a photo of the vessel "Soutward Ho"; "Fred Kohse gets new boat" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province, Sept. 30, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Arauco II", "Southward Ho", "B.C. Producer", "Sleep Robber" and "Eastward Ho"; Vancouver Province, Sept. 30, 1972, a photo of the vessel "Southward Ho"; "Luxury seiner launched" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 28, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Southward Ho", "Eastward Ho" and "Sleep Robber"; "Lost tug salvage readied" and "Smashing September storm 'worst in recent memory'" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 21, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Pisces II", "Haro Strait", "Irish Mist" and "Pacific Mist"; "Boat burns, fisherman trades jobs" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 18, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Dar-Kat" and "Dar-Kat II"; "Clues still needed of Mabel Brown" by Charles M. Defieux and "Blaze at sea burns fisherman" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 31, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Mabel Brown", "Mabel Stewart", "Janet Carruthers", "Jessie Norcross", "Petrel", "Breezin' Thru", "Sabalo", "HMCS Cougar" and "Eunice H"; Victoria Times, Aug. 25, 1972, a photo showing the vessel "Aliema"; "2 men spend 25 hours on liferaft" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 23, 1972, mentioning the vessel "Marjie"; "Fisherman identified" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 22, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Mu" and "Surge Rock"; "Boy, 11, drowns after boat fall" and "Man found stabbed on anchored boat" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 21, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Izumi III", "Comfort II", "Sea Clipper" and "HMCS Alexander Mackenzie"; "Fisherman's body found" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 21, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Mu" and "Surge Rock"; "U.S. penalties spark worry" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 18, 1972, mentioning the vessel "Haida Brave II"; "B.C. boat confiscated, four fined in Alaska" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 16, 1972, about the boat "Haida Brave II"; "Fisherman fined in U.S." Vancouver Sun, Aug. 14, 1972; "Four plead not guilty in Alaska" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 2, 1972 about the boat "Haida Brave II"; "Canadians await trial" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 1, 1972 about the vessel "Haida Brave II"; "City fishboat seized, owner faces charge" Vancouver Sun, July 26, 1972 about the vessel "Karen West"; "Fishboat sinks, 4 saved" Vancouver Sun, July 8, 1972 about the vessel "Alena B"; "Four rescued as boat sinks" and "Ship and Shore" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, July 8, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Alena B", "MV Klassen", "Sigrid", "G.B. Velie" and "Pacific Laurel"; "Fisherman lost off gillnetter" Vancouver Sun, June 1972, mentioning the vessel "Ocean Breeze"; "Search for pair ends as fishing gear found" Vancouver Sun, May 22, 1972 mentioning the vessel "Sea Flea"; "Young halibut to be monitored" Vancouver Sun, May 17, 1972, mentioning the vessels "Ocean Star" and "Seapak"; "Fisherman suffers leg bullet wound" Vancouver Sun, May 8, 1972 mentioning the vessel "Aeolus"; "Trawler challenges Pacific" by Norman HAcking, Vancouver Province, April 22, 1972 mentioning the vessels "Rupert Brand V", "Sharon M", "Gail Bernice" and "Fukukawa Maru"; F.R.B. Biological Station, Nanaimo Annual Report 1964/65, a photo showing vessels on the Nanaimo waterfront in Nov. 1964; F.R.B. Biological Station, Nanaimo Annual Report 1964/65, photos showing the vessels "John Todd" and "Sunnfjord"; "Kalamalka to see service as dragger" Marine Digest, June 20, 1964 mentioning the vessels "Kalamalka", "La Verne", "HMCS Rossland" and "MS Lavallee"; Steel fishboat is launched by yard" Marine Digest, Jan. 4, 1964 mentioning the vessels "Ocean Leader" and "Secord I"; B.C. Credit Unionist, March 1959, a photo showing the vessel "Silver Bounty". a folder labelled "Boats - Clippings Misc. - From Graham Elliston" containing newspaper clippings and a note "Dec. 5, 1994, Dear Graham, I hope this note finds you well and in good spirits for the holidays. In cleaning up some files from G+E I found this file of "Nautical clippings". Perhaps you will find it interesting. Jana Tyner"; "Dr. Bill Kergin buried at sea" the Fisherman, Feb. 3, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Milbanke Sound"; "4 plucked from skiff" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 24, 1973 mentioning the vessel "Gurd Island"; "Family sailors blow into town with dreams on a Star" Vancouver Sun, Jan. 10, 1975 about the vessel "North Star"; "B.C. fishermen charged with using U.S. waters" by Tony Eberts Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Silver Ann", "Wendy Maureen", "Arlene", "Dixie V" and "Debbie Mac"; "Five Canadians charged with illegal fishing" by Vaghn Palmer, Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Arlene", "Point Richmond", "Wendy Maureen ", "Silver Ann", "Debbie Mac" and "Dixie V"; "Japanese poacher fined $15000" Vancouver Sun, Sept. 14, 1974 mentioning the vessel "Koyo Maru II"; "Bull of the Woods runs off with girl of 50" by Don Tyrell, Vancouver Sun, Sept. 5, 1973 about Gordon Gibson and the vessel "Maui Lu"; "Two ships seized, 20 face charges" Vancouver Sun, July 3, 1973 about a drug bust and the vessels "Gondola", "Marysville" and "HMCS Mackenzie"; "Fire damages fishboat" Vancouver Sun, Aug. 30, 1973 about the vessel "Our Own"; "The wait for three fishermen" by Alan Daniels, Vancouver Sun, April 10, 1975; "A rescue at sea" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Nov. 12, 1974 mentioning the vessels "Gulf Prince" and "Lumba Lumba"; "Rash of seiner losses puzzles industry" by Lew Thomas, Vancouver Sun, March, 21, 1975 mentioning the vessels "W No. 6", "Ernest Todd", "Cape Mark", "Cape Bathurst", "Cape Caution", "Lady Sylvia II", "Terena Louise", "Vampy", "Royal Pacific" and "Chief Seagay"; "Silver trove tempts men in grim gamble" by Chuck Poulsen, Vancouver Province, March 8, 1976 mentioning the vessel "Lumba Lumba"; "Fast cash or fast tragedy" by James Spears, Vancouver Province, March 8, 1976; "Seiner grounds all hands safe" Vancouver Province, March 8, 1976 mentioning the vessel "Loyal II"; "Lifeboat coxswain honored for sea rescue of 6 people" Vancouver Sun, March 5, 1976 mentioning the vessel "Bruce 1"; "Princess does sorry strip" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province Feb. 14, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Princess Elaine", "Princess Norah", "Princess Louise", "Lady Alexandra", "Catala", "Oriental Esmerelda" and "MS Rangitane"; "Lumba Lumba saves fishboat" Vancouver Sun, March 6, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Lumba Lumba", "Dolphin", "Loyal II" and "Bravado"; "Fishermen pluck crew of herring boat from storm" by JAck McLeod, Vancouver Sun, March 12, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Canfisco", "Gail Bernice", "Twila Dawn" and "Lumba Lumba"; "Fish boat once a yacht" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, March 7, 1975 mentioning the vessels "Morango" and "Gulf Joan"; "Rescue vessel earns its spurs" Vancouver Province, March 6, 1976 mentioning the vessels "Lumba Lumba" and "Dolphin Isle"; Vancouver Sun, May, 8, 1973, a photo showing fishing vessels onshore in the Queen Charlotte Islands; Vancouver Sun, May 1, 1973, a photo showing the vessels "Freeland" and "Alaska Queen II"; Vancouver Sun, Jan. 11, 1973 a photo showing fishing vessels moored at Celtic Net Loft; "Post-mortem follows hering season" by PAtrick Nagle, Vancouver Sun, April 12, 1975 mentioning the vessel "Amlac"; "Lifeboats to the rescue in waves as big as a house" by Doug Sagi, Vancouver Sun, March 12, 1976 mentioning the vessel "Ottawa"; "Poor rescue equipment short-changes Canadian seamen" by Jes Odam, Vancouver Sun, March 12, 1976 mentioning the vessel "Bruce 1" and "Star Shine"; "Freighter will become biggest fish packer" by Norman Hacking (Ship and Shore), Vancouver Province, May 23, 1973, mentioning the vessels "G.R. Velie", "Cerium", "MS Klassen", "Alaska Prince", "Chilkoot", "Border Prince", "Princess Elaine" and "MS Rio Abaucan"; "Trouble keeps dogging Ira's footsteps" by Ira Burleson, Vancouver Province, circa 1972 mentioning the vessel "Little Beaver"; "Fish facing new Nemesis" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Feb. 8, 1975 about the vessel "Nemesis"; "Desperation effort opens one-boat fisherman's wharf" Vancouver Sun, May 29, 1975 about the vessel "Gulf Gallant"; "7th herring boat sinks off Island" Vancouver Sun, March 20, 1975 mentioning the vessels "W No.6", "Lady Sylvia II", "Terena Louise", "Vampy", "Chief Seagay" and "Ernest Todd"; Vancouver Sun, Dec. 27, 1974, a photo showing vessels moored at Celtic Marina, including the vessel "Rebel Wind"; "A peep at a floating palace" by Don Tyrell, Vancouver Sun, July 18, 1975 about the Boeing yacht "Taconite"; "A-crabbing we'll go on the jolly Onward Go" by Dave Stockand, Vancouver Sun, June 12, 1972 mentioning the vessel "Onward Go"; "She nets a profit" by Kay Alsop, Vancouver Province, Aug. 19, 1972 about fisherwoman Inez Huovinen and her boat "Jeep"; "Fishermen haul in $1 million catch of salmon on Island's Nitinat Lake" by Christy McCormick, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 24, 1972 mentioning the vessels "Comox Post", "Bank Island" and "Lucky Ann II"; "Fishermen find bonanza in Nitinat" by Norman Hacking, Vancouver Province, Oct. 24, 1972 mentioning the vessels "Banks Island" and "Lucky Ann II"; Vancouver Sun, Oct. 28, 1972, a column by Bob Hunter mentioning the vessel "Phillis Cormack"; "Wood and the shipwright" by Mary McAlpine, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 6, 1976 about boatbuilder Jim Burkowitz; "If you think Bob Wright's bluffing, you're probably right" by Jon McDermott, Canadian Magazine, Nov. 11, 1972 about the Oak Bay Marina and Sealand, mentioning the vessel "Lakewood"and with a photo of the vessel "Western Spray", also a letter from Graham Elliston to Bob Wright asking information on the identity of a vessel shown in the article; "Whale-saving odyssey launched" by Wyng Chow, Vancouver Sun, April 28, 1975 mentioning the Greenpeace vessels "Phillis Cormack", "Greenpeace III" and "Greenpeace V"; "There is a feeling of being in a battle" by Bob Hunter, Vancouver Sun, May 29, 1975 mentopning the vessels "Greenpeace V" and "Greenpeace VI"; a typescript article giving the specifications, history and status at time of writing of the British Columbia Packers vessel "Western Star", Sept. 11, 1997; a copy of an e-mail from Peter Lahay to Bill Purver regarding the history of the vessel "Vaimari"; a copy of a newspaper article "Grand old lady of Boat Harbor", New Outlook, Feb. 1986 about the vessel "Argonaut II"; a copy of a report "Report of the Japanese Fishing Vessels Disposal Committee - Vancouver - December 1942"

Floods
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Volume 1 - File contains a report "Interim Report - Investigations Into Measures for Flood Control in the Fraser River Basin" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, June 1956; a report "Interim Report - Investigations Into Measures for Flood Control in the Fraser River Basin - Appendix A - Geography of the Fraser River Basin - Appendix B - Resources and Industry of the Fraser River Basin" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, June 1956; a report "Interim Report - Investigations Into Measures for Flood Control in the Fraser River Basin - Appendix C - History of Floods in the Fraser River Basin - Appendix D - Flood Runoff - Frequency and Magnitude - Design Flood" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, June 1956; a report "Interim Report - Investigations Into Measures for Flood Control in the Fraser River Basin - Appendix E - Means of Flood Control" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, June 1956; a report "Final Report of the Fraser River Board on Flood Control and Hydro-electric Power in the Fraser River Basin" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, September 1963; a report "Final Report of the Fraser River Board on Flood Control and Hydro-electric Power in the Fraser River Basin - Appendices" prepared by the Fraser River Board, Victoria, British Columbia, September 1963; a report "Fraser River flood control program information guide" Victoria, British Columbia, December 1968; a pamphlet "Keeping the Fraser from the door" prepared by Environment Canada, 1978; 2 copies of a magazine "Nature's Fury - The Inside Story of the Disastrous B.C. Floods - May - June, 1948" edited by Eric Sanderson, 1948; a thesis "Flood Hazards and Flood Protection Strategies for the Lower Fraser River, Canada" by Merle Christin Resow presented for a degree in geography at Christian Albrechts University in Kiel, Germany, Dec. 22, 2007. Volume 2 - a report "Final Report on the Activities of Fraser Vally Dyking Board from its Inception on July 22nd 1948 to March 1st 1950" to The Right Honourable C.D. Howe, Minister of Trade and Commerce and the Honourable Byron Johnson, Premier of British Columbia, March 15, 1950 seven folders labelled "Fraser River Floods - May 1948", " Fraser River Floods - June 1-7, 1948", Fraser River Floods -June 8 - 15, 1948", "Fraser River Floods - June 16 - 23", " Fraser River Floods - June 24 - 30, 1948", "Fraser River Floods - July 1948" and "Fraser River Floods - Aug. - Oct., 1948" and containing an undated handwritten memo from Karina Matthews to Liz Eso "Regarding the Fraser River Floods files" giving a general outline of the contents of the files, a day to day, hour by hour record of actions taken during the 1948 flood, which include memos, lists of volunteers, requests for help, army reports, letters, notes from meetings, newspaper articles, letters from the BC Flood Control Committee, etc.; a newpaper article "Richmond Volunteers For Dyke Protection Work" Richmond Review, June 2, 1948; Richmond Review, June 9, 1948, an article "Richmond Branch of BC Flood Emergency Fund", an editorial "Their Need is Great" and notices requesting male residents to volunteer for dyke protection and sandbagging work; an article "Richmond Rejoices in Deliverance from Floods Such as Have Devastated the Rest of the Fraser Valley" by E.C. Tibbets, Richmond Review, June 16, 1948.

Fraser River
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Volume 1 - File contains reports from the Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase I, a study which led to the establishment of the Fraser River Estuary Management Program (F.R.E.M.P.) including a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Acute Toxicity of Effluents" by H.J. Singleton for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Boundary Bay" by L.G. Swain P.Eng and L.J. Alexander for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, June 1981; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Key Findings and Recommentations - Summary of Proposals for the Development of an Estuary Management Plan" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study Summary - Proposals for the Development of an Estuary Management Plan: Summary Report of the Steering Committee" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Habitat - Report of the Habitat Work Group" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a typescript bilbliography "Reports of the Fraser River Estuary Study" (2 copies); a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Constitutional and Legislative Frameworks" by Michael W. Dunn, Lands Directorate, Environmental Management Service, Fisheries and Environmnent Canada for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Recreation - Report of the Recreation Work Group" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Stormwater Discharge" by K.D. Ferguson and K.J. Hall for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1979; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Trace Organic Constituents in Discharges" by R.T. Cain, P.Eng., Water Investigations Branch, M.J.R. Clark, Ph.D., Waste Management Branch, and N.R. Zorkin, B.Sc., Water Investigations Branch for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Water Chemistry, 1970-1978 by R.W. Drinnan and M.J.R. Clark for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Interim Report of the Water Quality Work Group" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Summary Report of the Water Quality Work Group" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1979; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Microbial Water Quality, 1970-1977" by L.M. Churchland, Inland Waters Directorate, Environment Canada for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Jan. 1980. Volume 2 - File contains File contains reports from the Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II, a study which led to the establishment of the Fraser River Estuary Management Program (F.R.E.M.P.), including a report "Sanctuary Needs on the Fraser Estuary - A Discussion Paper" by Thomas E. Burgess, Regional Wildlife Biologist, Lower Mainland Region, Fish and Wildlife Branch, Ministry of the Environment, April 1979; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II - Results of Public Involvement" by Cathy Harvey, Public Involvement Officer, with assistance from Kaye Melliship, Assistant Public Involvement Officer and Nea Carrol Toner, Public Involvement Consultant, for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II - A Living River by the Door - A Proposed Management Program for the Fraser River Estuary" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - Legal Provisions for Linked Management" by L. John Alexander for the Management Systems Sub-Committee and for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - A Linked Management System" by L.D.S. Wolfe, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Management Systems Sub-Committee and for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - The Information Systems Report" by Gary Reith, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Information Systems Sub-Committee and for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - Report of the Area Designation Task Force - Vol. I" by the Area Designation Task Force for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - Report of the Area Designation Task Force - Vol. II" by the Area Designation Task Force for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - Organizational Options for Linked Management" by L.D.S. Wolfe, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Management Systems Sub-Committee and for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Technical Background Report - Phase II - Referral Systems Presently Used in the Fraser River Estuary Study Core Area" by Richard D. MacDougall, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Information Systems Sub-Committee and for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982. Volume 3 - File contains a book "Protecting a Resource - The Fraser River" produced by The Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Environment, undated; a report "The Fraser River Estuary - Status of Environmental Knowledge to 1974 - Report of the Estuary Working Group, Department of the Environment, Regional Board Pacific Region", by Lindsay M. Hoos and Glen A. Packman for Environment Canada, Sept. 30, 1974; a copy of a 1929 nautical chart "Canada - British Columbia - Fraser River - Sheet 1 - Entrance to Steveston", with hand written notes and signed by Capt. A. Netto (?), 1934 ; a copy of a 1929 nautical chart "Canada - British Columbia - Fraser River - Sheet 2 - Steveston to Deas Island", with hand written notes and signed by Capt. A. Netto (?), 1934; a map of the Lower Mainland "Working Draft of Undetermined Areas, Conflicts and Concerns, Based on ADTF and Additional Agency Responses" updated Jan. 6, 1982; a book of transcripts "Proposed Improvements to the Fraser River Shipping Channel - Transcript Proceedings of Public Workshops" organized by Beak Consultants Ltd., Dec. 2, 1978, Douglas College, Surrey Campus, for Public Works Canada, April 1979; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Information Seminars Phase II" prepared by John Higham, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1982; a report "Overview Summary - Environmental Impact Study for Proposed Improvements to the Fraser River Shipping Channel" prepared by Beak Consultants Limited for Public Works Canada, October 1981; a report "Fraser River Report" by the Fraser River Project Committee, a group of Anti-Pollution Associations who received funding from Labbat's of Canada designated for unemployed students to work on environmental projects, July 13, 1970 to Sept. 4, 1970; a draft report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Interim Report" by Mary Rawson and the Fraser River Estuary Study Consultation Team for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, revised April 14, 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Informantion Update - Workshop Notes", Study Co-ordinator: Dr. J. O'Riordan, Study Consultant: H.N. Lash, for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, April 19, 1978; a report "Report on Proposed Improvements - Fraser River Trifurcation Area - New Westminster, B.C." by Public Works of Canada - B.C. and Yukon District, Nov. 1961; a letter "Brief to Mr. Gordon Stead, Director General of Marine Service, Chairman and Members of a committee representing the Department of Transport and the Department of Public Works, Government of Canada from W.H. Anderson, Reeve of the Township of Richmond, presented at a hearing in the City of New Westminster, May 17, 1960 and dealing with input on the development of an official plan for the Fraser River; a report "Fraser Richmond Terminal and Industrial Park Development - Stage I - Environmental Management Report" prepared by Hatfield Consultants Limited for the Fraser River Harbour Commission, March 1985; a book "A Collection of Papers Relating to the Need for Conservation and Management of the Wetlands of the Fraser River Estuary and Delta - Information Booklet No. 28" edited by Barry A. Leach for the Institute of Environmental Studies, Douglas College, March 1977; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study: Steering Committee Information Package" by the Fraser River Estuary Study Steering Committee for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada; a folder labelled "Fraser River Estuary Study" and containing a list "Reports of the Fraser River Estuary Study"; a map "Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II" Oct. 1981; a typescript "Fraser River Estuary Forum News Insert" July 1981; a letter to the Mayors, Councils and Senior Staff of Lower Mainland communities from Larry D.S. Wolfe, Program Coordinator for the Fraser River Estuary Study regarding Community Workshops, Nov. 17, 1981; a typescript "Fraser River Estuary Forum Statement" regarding problems with the forum; a newsletter "Fraser Estuary - The Fraser River Estuary Study Newsletter" No. 1, March 1981. Volume 4 - File contains a map "Fraser River Delta and Estuary Region: Outdoor Recreation" published by Lands Directorate, Fisheries and Environment Canada, March 1977; a copy of a map "Plan of the Estuary of the Fraser River, British Columbia - 1885" from the Public Archives of Canada National Map Collection; a map "Fraser River from New Westminster to the Mouth Including Channel Through the Sand Heads - 1891" from the Public Archives of Canada National Map Collection; a book "Fraser River: Pollution and Flood Control - Data Sheets on Development Issues" researched and compiled by Lynda Challis, Kathy Cote, Rick Elligott and Robert Melle and sponsored by the 1972 Opportunities for Youth program: a report "Salinity and Temperature Measurements in the Lower Fraser River, 1966-1968, 1970-1973" by G.C. Hughes and A.B. Ages, Institute of Ocean Sciences for Environment Canada; a map Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II" Oct. 1981 (3 copies); a book "A Living River By the Door - a Public Preview Workbook on the Draft Management Program for the Fraser River Estuary" by the Fraser River Estuary Study for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, 1981; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study Recreation Work Group - Findings and Recommendations of Fraser River Estuary Study Phase I - Recreation" by the Fraser River Estuary Study, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study Phase II - Organization and Structure"Dec. 1977; a report "Fraser River Recreation Report - The Results of a Summer Survey (August 1977) of Vusutors to Recreation Sites Along the Fraser River and Estuary Downriver from the Mission Bridge" by the Greater Vancouver Regional District, 1977; a typescript "Richmond Comments on the Fraser River Estuary Study Management Program" Jan. 1982; a report "Report on the 1991 Effluent Discharge Monitoring Program" by L.G. Swain, P. Eng., Water Quality Branch, Water Management Division, B.C. Environment, Lands, and Parks, and D.G. Walton, Ph. D., Environmental Protection, B.C. Environment, Lands, and Parks for the Province of British Columbia and Fraser Port, Aug. 1992; a report "Fraser River Action Plan - 1994 - 1995 - Progress Report" by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Environment Canada, July 1995; a report "Fraser River Action Plan - Measuring the Health of the River - Environmental Quality Program - 1995 Status Report" by Environment Canada, 1995; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study Area Designation Task Force - Suggested Terms and Conditions" May 1981; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Recreation Management and Funding Alternatives" by Mel Turner, undated, circa 1981; a copy of a report "Final Report of the Fraser River Board on the Flood Control and Hydro-electric Power in the Fraser River Basin - Dykes and Shore Protection" by the Fraser River Board, 1963; a report "Water Quality Models of the Lower Fraser River - Technical Report No.6" by C.S. Joy, Westwater Research Centre, University of British Columbia, June 1975; a report "Trace Metal Concentrations in Lower Fraser River Fishes - Technical Report No.7" by T.G. Northcote, N.T. Johnston and K. Tsumura, Westwater Research Centre, University of British Columbia, June 1975; a report "Toxic Substances in the Wastewaters From a Metropolitan Area - Technical Report No.12" by F.A. Koch, K.J. Hall and I. Yesaki Westwater Research Centre, University of British Columbia, May 19, 1977; a report "A Review of Land Use - Water Quality Interrelationships and a Proposed Method for their Study - Technical Report No. 13" by O. Slaymaker and L.M. LavKulich, Westwater Research Centre, University of British Columbia, August 1978; a report "Fraser River Shipping Channel Environmental Assessment Panel - Panel Questions to Public Works Canada and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Guidelines" by the Government of Canada, Dec. 1982. Volume 5 - File contains a report "British Columbia Estuary, Foreshore Log Handling Study: Recreation Component" by Juan de Fuca Environmental Consultants, D.R. Benn, Project Director, for the Joint Steering Committee of the Estuary, Foreshore Log Handling and Transportation Study, Aug. 1980; a report "The Movement of Fraser River-Influenced Surface Water in the Strait of Georgia as Deduced from a Series of Aerial Photographs" by S. Tabata, Environment Canada, Marine Sciences Branch Pacific Region, May 1972; a report "Estuary, Foreshore and Water Log Handling and Transportation Study - Summary Report of the Steering Committee" July 1981; A report "Proceedings - Second Fraser River Conference" sponsored by the Fraser River Coalition and Kwantlen College, March 6-7, 1987; a report "An Implementation Strategy for the Fraser River Estuary Management Program" by the Fraser River Estuary Management Program Review Committee for Environment Canada and the B.C. Ministry of Environment, May 1984; a thesis "Dendric Drainage Channels and Tidalflat Erosion, West of Steveston, Fraser River Delta, British Columbia" by Edmund Medley for the requirements for the degree of Batchelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Geological Engineering, University of British Columbia, April 1978; a report "An Ecological Evaluation of Fraser Estuary Tidal Marshes: The Role of Detritus and the Cycling of Elements - Technical Report No. 15" by R.U. Kistritz, Westwater Research Centre, University of British Columbia, Oct. 1978; a report "Further Report on Fraser Estuary Study - Water Quality - Iona Sewage Treatment Plant" submitted by C.M. Watkiss, circa 1980; reports from the Fraser River Estuary Study, a study which led to the establishment of the Fraser River Estuary Management Program (F.R.E.M.P.) including a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Recreation" by the Recreation Work Group for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Aug. 1978; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Municipal Effluents" by R.T. Cain, P.Eng. and L.G. Swain, P.Eng. for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Toxic Organic Contaminants" by C.L. Garrett for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, March 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Industrial Effluents" by L.G. Swain for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Aquatic Biota and Sediments" by D.E. Stancil for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, Dec. 1980; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Water Quality - Impact of Landfills" by J.W. Atwater, P.Eng., Environmental Protection Service, Environment Canada, April 1980. Volume 6 - File contains reports and books from the Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II, a study which led to the establishment of the Fraser River Estuary Management Program (F.R.E.M.P.) including a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Organizational Options for Linked Management - Technical Background Report - Phase II" prepared by L.D.S. Wolfe, Fraser River Estuary Study Office for the Management Systems Sub-Committee, March 1982; a book "A Living River by the Door - A Public Review Workbook on the Draft Mangement Program for the Fraser River Estuary - Summary Report" by the Fraser River Estuary Study, 15 pages, 1981; a book "A Living River by the Door - A Public Review Workbook on the Draft Mangement Program for the Fraser River Estuary" (Includes Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II map) by the Fraser River Estuary Study, 52 pages, Nov. 1981; a report "A Living River By the Door - A Proposed Mangagement Program for the Fraser River Estuary - Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II" by the Fraser River Estuary Study for the Province of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, 64 pages (Includes correspondence from the Corp. of the Township of Richmond to the Fraser River Estuary Study, from the Fraser River Estuary Study to the Township, an information paper from the Ministry of Environment of B.C., from Fraser Port to the Township, an invitiation to the Fraser River Estuary Study Open House and a Fraser River Estuary Study Map) March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Phase II - Results of Public Involvement" prepared by Cathy Harvey, Public Involvement Officer with assistance from Kaye Melliship, Assistant Public Involvement Officer and Nea Carroll Toner, Public Involvement Consultant, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Estuary Study - Referral Systems Presently Used in the Fraser River Estuary Study Core Area - Technical Background Report - Phase II" prepared by Richard D. McDougall, Fraser River Study Office for the Information Sysytems Sub-Committee, March 1982; a report "Fraser River Harbour Development Study" by Norman Pearson, B.A., M.A., Community and Regional Planner for the Fraser River Harbour Commission, May 16, 1972; a pamphlet from the Fraser River Coalition with a map showing ongoing and proposed developments around the Fraser River Estuary, prepared for Environment Week, 1988; a report "Environmental Impact Statement of Proposed Improvements to the Fraser River Shipping Channel" prepared by Beak Consultants Limited for Public Works Canada, Oct. 1981; a newsletter "A Snapshot on Sustainability - State of the Fraser Basin Report" by the Fraser Basin Council, Jan. 2003; a report "An Ecological Approach to the Development of the Richmond Foreshore" by Don Watmough, B.Sc. for the Richmond Nature Park Committee, 1972; a magazine "The Working River" by the North Fraser Harbour Commission, circa 1990; a report "2nd Anniversary Report - Strategic Plan Update and 1994/95 Action Plans" by the Fraser River Basin Management Program, May 26, 1994; a book "Explore the Fraser Estuary!" by Peggy Ward, published by Lands Directorate, Environment Canada, 1980; a map "Fraser River Delta and Estuary Region: Federal Land Ownership and Jurisdiction" by Fisheries and Environment Canada, March 1977; a map "Fraser River Estuary / Delta: Biological Resource Zones and Proposed Developments" prepared by Environment Canada for the Estuary Working Group, March 1976; a report, "A Commitment to the Future - A Proposal for the Protection and Management of the Fraser Wetlands" by D. R. Halliday, Fish and Wildlife Branch, Dept. of Recreation and Conservation, Government of British Columbia, and R. D. Harris, Canadian Wildlife Service, Dept. of the Environment, Government of Canada, 1972.; a report titled "Discover Your Estuary : Understanding and Exploring the Aquatic Environment of the Fraser River Estuary", by Ron U. Kistritz, published by Environment Canada in 1992; an informational foldout titled "Lost Streams of the Lower Fraser River", which includes a map of the Fraser River and information about streams.
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Fraser River (B.C.)

Fraser River Conference
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File contains a report "Handbook of Key Organisations Affecting Water Quality for the Lower Fraser" by Mark Sproule-Jones, Associate Proffessor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Victoria for the Conference on the Fraser, June 18, 1972; typescript papers "Proceedings - Fraser River Conference" held at Douglas College, Richmond Campus, includes agenda, workshops, draft resolutions, and recommendations, June 16 - 18, 1977; a newspaper clipping "One authority urged to direct 30 voices on Fraser Planning" Vancouver Sun, June 20, 1977; a newspaper clipping "Save the Fraser from pollution, conservationists urge" Vancouver Province, June 20, 1977; a newspaper clipping "Fraser estuary topic of three-day conference" Richmond Review, June 15, 1977' a newpaper clipping, column by Mike Cramond, Vancouver Province, Oct. 25, 1977.
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Fraser Wharves
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1 folder
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File contains a newspaper article "Fraser Harbour Fraught with Boundless Possibilities" author, paper and date unknown; a magazine photo showing dignitaries, including Premier W.A.C. Bennett, the Hon. Arthur Laing and Richmond Mayor W.H. Anderson at the opening of Fraser Wharves Ltd.'s new facilities, BC Business Journal, Aug. 1972; a typescript description of the Fraser Wharves facility with photos and a letter from M. Eden, General Affairs Manager at Fraser Wharves to Linda Craig of Richmond Public Library dated Oct. 26, 1978.
Name(s):
Fraser Wharves Ltd.

Friends of the Richmond Library
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Friends of the Richmond Library Annual Report 1980 - 1981" with an attached poster for the Friends of the Richmond library "Whale of a Book Sale!" and newletter, Sept. 1981.
Name(s):
Friends of the Richmond Library

Fruit Culture
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a copy of a page identified "B.C. Fruit Growers Association - 1890-95 Volume"describing soil conditions and possible crops at North Arm and at Steveston; a copy of a page identified "Report from Annual Meeting - 1890 - Use of salt Water to Spray Fruit - Fish to Fertilize".

Garbage Removal
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Solid Waste Disposal in Richmond and the Issue of Contracting Out" by Norman Levi, Levi Enterprises Limited for Richmond Local 394 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Feb. 1979; a letter from L. Remple of Haul-Away Disposal Ltd. to Richmond Council suggesting they avail themselves of his service, and a response from council including costs of city removal, Aug.22, 1978; a report "City of Richmond - Report to Committee - Garbage Disposal/Recycling Cost Analysis " Feb. 27, 1992; a map showing landfill sites along the South Arm between #6 Road and #7 Road.

Heritage Buildings - General Currie Elementary School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a copy of a manuscript essay, "History of General Currie School" by R.Turenne, undated; typescript notes regarding the change of the school's name from Garden City to General Currie; a newspaper article "Big man on campus - Canadian hero's legacy revitalized", Vancouver Province, Jan. 20, 1994.
Name(s):
General Currie Elementary School

Geographic Features
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a map " Soil Map of Delta and Richmond Municipalities", 1969; a map "Soil Map of Richmond" by the Township of Richmond Planning Department, undated; a map "Vegetation of the Southwestern Fraser Lowland - 1858-1880" by M.E.A. North, M.W. Dunn and J.M. Teversham for the Minister of Supply and Services Canada, June 1979; a book "Geological Survey - Geology of Fraser River Delta Map-area" by W.A. Johnston for the Department of Mines, Canada, 1923; a book "Field Studies in the Fraser Lowlands" by the Vancouver Environment Education Project of the University of British Columbia, 1973, written as a fieldtrip guidebook for students; a book "Guide Book - Fraser Delta Field Trip" by J.L. Luternauer, Geological Survey of Canada and J.W. Murray, Dept. of Geological Sciences, UBC, April 1977; a typescript report "Report No. 15 - Urban Geology of Richmond, British Columbia" by Roy H. Blunden, University of British Columbia, July 1973; a report "Urban Geology of Richmond British Columbia - Interpreting a Delta Landscape - Adventures in Earth Science Series Number 15" by R.H. Blunden, UBC, 1975, sponsored by the Canadain Geological Foundation; a copy of a geological survey "Paper 55-40 - Surficial Geology of Vancouver Area British Columbia (Map and Report)" by J.E. Armstrong for the Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, 1956.

George Massey Tunnel
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a report "Deas Island Tunnel" by Per Hall, M.E.I.C., President of FENCO, T. Broendum-Nielsen, Chief Engineer, Christiani & Nielsen, Copenhagen, H.R. Kivisild, M.E.I.C., District Engineer, FENCO, A.T. Jeffrey, Supervising Electrical Engineer, FENCO and O.H. Bentzen, Project Manager, FENCO-Christiani & Nielsen and detailing the design, construction, installation and operation of the tunnel, undated but circa 1959; an article "The Deas Island Tunnel" by O.H. Bentzen, P.Eng., The B.C. Professional Engineer magazine, Nov. 1957; a report "George Massey Tunnel - Information Manual" by Carole J. Lafleur for Regional Highways Engineer, Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Region I, Burnaby, July 1979, detailing the history, construction and features of the tunnel, with illustrations and references; 2 copies of an information booklet "The Deas Island Tunnel" by the British Columbia Toll Highways and Bridges Authority, the Foundation of Canada Engineering Corporation Limited, and Christiani & Nielsen of Canada Limited, circa 1959, two copies and a photocopy; an article "Underwater Tunnels Solve Bridge Bottlenecks", reprinted from "The Work Boat, The Authority of the Waterways", March 1950, by the Lower Fraser River Crossing Improvement Association, Ladner, B.C.; an engineering drawing showing a general arrangement and cross sectional views of the tunnel and ventilation buildings, undated; a report "The Deas Island Tunnel" giving an overview of the tunnel's construction, undated; a typescript press release titled "Steel" from William Clancey and Associates Ltd., Public Relations Counsel for the Deas Island Tunnel Opening, July 15, 1959; a typescript press release titled "Historical" from William Clancey and Associates Ltd., Public Relations Counsel for the Deas Island Tunnel Opening, July 15, 1959; a typescript press release titled "Navy" from William Clancey and Associates Ltd., Public Relations Counsel for the Deas Island Tunnel Opening, July 15, 1959; an article "The Massey Story", from This Month in Delta, April 1983; numerous newspaper and magazine articles about the the construction of and opening of the tunnel; 1 DVD titled "Queen, Massey Tunnel" which shows footage of the planning, building and public opening of the Massey Tunnel in 1959 - opening footage documents footage of Queen Elizabeth.
Name(s):
George Massey Tunnel

Churches - Gilmore Park United Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "Gilmore Park United Church - Annual Meeting and Reports - 1960"; a report, "Memoirs of Sixty-Four - Project for Sixty-Five", Gilmore Park United Church; a report, "Review of 1965 - Preview of 1966", Gilmore Park United Church; a report, "Building for Tomorrow! - Canada Completes a Century and Plans for the Future! - Gilmore Park Congregation Completes a Decade and Builds for Tomorrow! - The Story of '66, The Vision of '67",Gilmore Park United Church; a report, "Gilmore Park United Church - 1967", "Gilmore Park United Church History: 1957 - 2017".
Name(s):
Gilmore Park United Church

Glenrose Cannery
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Prehistoric Subsistence Patterns in the Fraser Delta: The Evidence from the Glenrose Cannery Site" by R.G. Matson for B.C. Studies, no. 48, Winter 1980-1981.
Name(s):
Glenrose Cannery

Grauer's Store
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains an article "Sea Island site revitalized" by Martha Robinson, Vancouver Sun, Feb.3, 1975; an advertisment (appears to be the back cover of a small magazine) for J. Grauer "Eburne's Pioneer Meat Market", undated.
Name(s):
Grauer's Store

Heritage Buildings - Gulf of Georgia Cannery
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a copy of a magazine article "Gulf of Georgia Cannery" by Geoff Meggs, The Fisherman 1985 Special Supplement, Dec. 12, 1985; a newspaper article "Exhibition recalls canneries' heyday on Steveston's docks" by Robin Ward, Vancouver Sun, May 13, 1998; a report "Gulf of Georgia Cannery Plans 1934 - 1943 - Collection housed in UBC Library Special Collections Division - Inventory" prepared by Frances Woodward, spring 1979, Addenda by Eileen Edmunds, Fall 1980; a newsletter "The Gulf of Georgia Cannery Management Plan Newsletter" Number 1, undated, circa 1990s; a newsletter "The Gulf of Georgia Cannery Management Plan Newsletter" Number 2, undated, circa 1990s; a newsletter "The Gulf of Georgia Cannery Management Plan Newsletter" Number 3, undated, circa 1990s (2 copies); a magazine article "A history to keep" Pacific Tidings, Vol. 6, No. 3, 1993; a report "Gulf of Georgia Cannery 1991 Market Survey Summary" produced by the Canadian Parks Service, Western Region, Policy Planning & Program Services, March 1992; a news release "$2.5 Million Green Plan Funding for Gulf of Georgia Cannery" by Environment Canada, July 1993; a report "Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site - Draft Management Plan" by Environment Canada Parks Service, May 1993; a pamphlet "Gulf of Georgia Fishing Complex - Steveston, British Columbia" in English and French, by Environment Canada Parks Service, 1986 (4 copies); a pamphlet "Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site" in English and French, by Parks Canada, undated; a report "Proposal for a West Coast Fishing Museum at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, Steveston, British Columbia" by Duncan Stacey, Jan. 15, 1977; an agenda "Gulf of Georgia Cannery Conference" by the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society, March 2 & 3, 1990; a newspaper article "On the Line" by Mary Frances Hill, April 17, 1998; an obituary for Audrey Louise Matheson (nee Simpson), Jan. 26, 1926 - Feb. 9, 2005, Richmond Review Feb. 17, 2005; a newspaper article "B.C. cannery joins Pompeii on list of endangered sites" by Ken Becker, The Ottawa Citizen, Nov. 8, 1997; a report "The Gulf of Georgia Cannery - The Project" by DGI Design Group International Inc. in joint venture with Jean Jacques Andre on behalf of Parks Canada (Western Region) undated; a newspaper article "Gulf of Georgia Cannery" the Richmond Times, Sept. 25, 1990.
Name(s):
Gulf of Georgia Cannery

Handicapped Services
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a newspaper supplement "1989 Canadian Foresters Games for the Physically Disabled" supplement to the Richmond Review, Aug. 20, 1989; a package of correspondence, events programs, a menu, etc. regarding the Canadian Foresters Games for the Physically Disabled, Aug. 25, 1989; a report "1989 - Canadian Foresters Games for the Physically Disabled, Richmond BC", part of a formal bid to host the 1989 games, May 8, 1987; a report "People First Manual" by Charles K. Curtis, Lower Mainland People First Project, 1981.

Health Services
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report " The Delivery of Mental Health Services in Vancouver and Richmond: Analysis of Alternative Models" prepared for the Greater Vancouver Mental Health Services Society by Jan Finch, MSW, Dec. 1992; a report "Submission to the Royal Commission on Health Care and Costs" submitted by: The Metropolitan Board of Health of Greater Vancouver, Nov. 1990; a report "Richmond-Delta Chapter History 1967-1997 - Thirty Years of Professional Growth" regarding the Richmond - Delta Chapter of the Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia, by Ethel Warbineck and Beth Fitzpatrick, May1, 1997; manuscript correspondence from Eileen Evens to Louise Dyball, June 16, 1975 regarding her memories of Richmond health services, nine pages; a typescript history "Health Services in Richmond - History Prior to January 1953 - Mrs. E. Heady, Nursing Supervisor, Unit #2" three pages; a typescript timeline "Development of Richmond Health Department and the City of Richmond", eight pages, undated; a typescript history "History of Health Services in Richmond", three pages, undated; a typescript history "Recollections By Marjorie G. Low, RN, Of the Early Days of the Victorian Order of Nurses, Richmond, British Columbia" written in the late 1970s or early 1980s, transcribed by D.S. Low, son, in 1993; a typescript timeline "History of Richmond Health Department" eight pages, undated; Vancouver/Richmond Health Board Inaugural Health Plan 1997-1998.

Heritage Buildings
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet "Richmond Heritage Resource Inventory - Phase 1 - Summary" by the Corporation of the Township of Richmond and the British Columbia Heritage Trust, circa 1986; a newspaper article "Hepworth building saved from ruin" by Leslie Dyson, July 1982; a newspaper article "Grauer Store to get axe by Jan. 1" Richmond Review, Sept. 10, 1980; a report "Richmond's Heritage Resources" by John E. Kyte, Museum Consultant for Mr. D.G. Harwood, Director Leisure Services Dept., The Township of the Corporation of Richmond, Nov. 1981; a newspaper article "Kay Sakata: A heritage treasure" by Mary Gazetas, Richmond Review, Feb. 24, 2007; a proposal "Eyestone Proposal for The Old Court House" a proposal for the development of the old Steveston Courthouse by Curtis C. Eyestone, March 1987; a newspaper article "Preserving the past" by Don Fennel, Richmond Review, April 17, 1996; a report "Brief to the Centennial Committee of the Municipality of Richmond B.C. - Proposal of a Heritage House, (circa 1879) and Increased Art Gallery Facilities" by the Community Arts Council of Richmond, June 1, 1976; a typescript bibliography "Short Bibliography for use at B.C. Yukon Heritage Conference, 'New Life For Old Buildings'" Feb. 1977;a newspaper article "Heritage vanishes as time marches forward" by Dean Palkey, Richmond News, March 20, 1994; a newspaper article "Potential buyers show lots of interest in Cambie" about the sale of Cambie Jr. Secondary School, by Ann Sullivan, Richmond News, Nov. 3, 1993; a newspaper article "Restoring dream" with a photo showing restoration of the Steveston Tram, Richmond News, Sept. 1, 1993; a copy of a letter from Major J.S. Matthews of the Vancouver City Archives to Mr. W.T. Lane, Municipal Solicitor, Richmond regarding the McRoberts House on Sea Island, May 19, 1964; an invitation for the presentation of a heritage plaque at the Pioneer Chapel at South Arm United Church, Feb. 22, 1992; a collection of newspaper articles regarding the McCleery farmhouse; a newspaper article "Mansion White Elephant As Council Ponders Uses" about the Fentiman house in Steveston, Richmond Review, April 15, 1970; a book "Methods and Means in Municipal Heritage Conservation" by the Province of British Columbia, undated; a report "H. Steves Farm - Steveston B.C. - A Conservation Study" by D. Williams with A. Leonoff, UBC Architecture, Aug. 1992; a proposal "13400 Princess St. - Residential Development Proposal" Architect - Policzer Bell Lyon Architects, Landscape Architect - Ito & Associates, Developer - Cedar Development (Princess Lane) Corp., April 25, 2000; report titled "Inventory of Potential Heritage Buildings"; listing of barns no longer standing; letter and colour photograph (4"x6") regarding a hunting lodge on Kirkland Island.

Heritage Buildings - London Farm House
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a report, "London Farm, Richmond: Historic Site Analysis and Investigation", prepared for the Richmond Historical and Museum Society by Shan Ripon, 1987, (2 copies); a three ring binder titled "London Farm" holding photocopies of photographs of the London family and farming, geneological information about the London family, recipes, etc; a report, "The London Farm: A Richmond Centennial Project", proposed by the Richmond Historical and Museum Advisory Committee, June 8, 1976, (2 copies): a report, "London Farm Site Development Plan", prepared for the Richmond Historical and Museum Society and the Department of Leisure Services, Township of Richmond by Advance Planning and Research for Architecture (APRA), April 5, 1982 (3 copies); a report "Brief to Richmond Council re Proposal by Richmond Historical and Museum Society to Designate The London Farm an Historical Site", undated, c. 1977; a typescript copy of an agreement between the Township of Richmond and The Richmond Historical and Museum Society to develop and operate the site as a museum, February 1, 1980; a report, "Report on Interview with May Mack", July 27, 1987; a folder containing: a plan of the London Farm house and showing lighting, power, heating, smoke and heat detector locations, etc., last revision November 17, 1980: a lot plan of the farm; a folder containing: a manuscript timeline showing milestones in the development of London Farm into a Historical Site from January 21, 1957 to November 18, 1981: a typescript report "Growing Up on London Farm: Memories of May London" prepared by Mary Mack Grant for her mother May London Mack in 1998: photocopies of 2 photographs of London Farm house (1987 4 32 and 1987 4 31): a photocopy of a photograph of London Farm house (1978 4 11): a photocopy of a newspaper article "Richmond Mayor loses battle" Vancouver Sun, July 12, 1977 about the aquisition of London Farm: a photocopy of a typescript, "Notes on the Restoration of the London Farmhouse" 1 page: ephemera, an invitation to the unvieling of a plaque from the Heritage Trust at London Farm, June 20, 1982: a typescript letter to the Richmond Mayor and council from R.A. McMath, chairman of the Planning Committee, "London Farm - Gilbert Beach Redevelopment Concept", April 16, 1973: a report "London Farm - Acquisition Proposals", June 27, 1977: 3 pages of manuscript notes, questions about the history of London Farm: a photocopy of part of a map showing the location of London's Landing, undated: a a typescript letter from Calvin Woods, chairman of the Richmond Historical and Museum Society to the Richmond Mayor and Council re London Farm, with attached historical outline of the farm, information about London's Landing and photographs of the farm: a photocopy of a photograph of London farmhouse (1984 4 18): a photocopy of a photograph of London farmhouse (1984 4 12): a collection of memos, newpaper clippings and correspondence about London Farm, Richmond Post Offices , etc.: a report, "A History of London, Lulu Island, Richmond" prepared for the Department of Parls and Leisure Services & Planning Department by Marie A. Bannister, June 1992: a collection of historical information about London Farm and London Landing fronted by a letter from Archie Blair rebutting statements made about the historical significance of the London farmhouse, March 21, 1977: a collection of information about London Farm and London Landing, including a survey map of the area and correspondence, March 24, 1977: a typescript sheet of biographical information about Charles Edwin London: a photocopy of a newpaper obituary for Charles London, Richmond Review, July 23, 1941: a photocopy of a newspaper article, "London Farm opens Sunday", Richmond Review, June 1, 1983; a folder containing photocopied newspaper clippings, "London Farm has that Christmas look" Richmond Review, December 6, 1987: "Old Fashioned Country Christmas" Richmond Review, December 9, 1987: "London Farm hosts Country Christmas" Richmond Review, December 9, 1988: "Country Christmas at London Farm" Richmond Review, December 16, 1988: "Second Yule Christmas at London Farm" Richmond News December 23, 1988: "Antiques go on sale" Richmond Review January 25, 1989: "Heritage site use under study" Richmond Review March 8, 1989: "Diamond Vision" Richmond Review June 30, 1989: "London Farm Family Day" Richmond Times Week Ender, July 21, 1989: "London Farm has family day" Richmond Review July 23, 1989: "Family Fun Day at London Farm" Richmond Review, August 6, 1989: "Developing a green thumb" Richmond Review June 29, 1990: "New vision sought for London Farm" by John Johnson, Richmond Review July 8, 1990; a report, "London Farm, Richmond" consisting of a series of appendices with historical details about London Farm, undated and no indication of author but probably prepared by Shan Ripon, 1987.

Heritage Buildings - Minoru Chapel
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a booklet, "Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park - Richmond, B.C." which gives a history of the chapel and shows colour photographs of the stained glass windows with a description of each one and name of the donor. Printed for the Richmond Dept. of Leisure Services, circa 1985 (4 copies); a pamphlet, "Richmond Minoru Chapel" which gives a history of the chapel (1888-1968), circa 1968 (16 copies); photocopies of newspaper articles, "Richmond United Has Diamond Jubilee", "Sixty Years of Local Service" and "Diamond Jubilee of Richmond United Church" from an unidentified Richmond Newspaper, the Vancouver Daily Province and the Vancouver Sun, October 16, 1948; a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park" giving the order of service and participants for the 100th anniversary of the chapel, June 16, 1991 (2 copies); a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park - Richmond, B.C." giving the participants and order of service for the dedication of the Chapel's stained glass windows, March 3, 1985; a pamphlet, "The Chapel in the Park" which gives a history of the chapel (1888-1968), undated ( 2 copies); a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park - Richmond, B.C." giving the participants and order of service for the dedication of one of the Chapel's stained glass windows in memory of Carl Eric Hanson, 1923 - 1984, February 10, 1985 (2 copies); a photocopy of a pamphlet, "Richmond Minoru Chapel" giving a history of the chapel (1888 - 1968), undated; a typescript form "Restoration of Historic Minoru Chapel" detailing the restoration work to be done on the chapel and inviting people to volunteer or donate to the project, to be mailed to Don Harwood, Director of Leisure Services, Municipal Hall, undated, circa 1985; a typescript invitation to the dedication of stained glass windows to the memories of W. Henry Anderson, Alice and Howard Barker and Charles and Mary L. Paxton, February 10, 1985; a typescript list "Contacts for Chapel Windows" listing the names and addresses of donors, the type or amount of their donation and the window they donated to, undated, circa 1985, 3 pages; a manuscript report, "Richmond Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park" giving a detailed history of the chapel including a timeline, hand drawn plans and pictures and copies of photos of the chapel in its present and original positions, by Jackie Gresho and Leslie Neuert at Douglas College, December 17, 1973; a typescript paper "Minoru Chapel - Additional History" written by Rev. A.D. Carr (ret'd.), undated; a typescript paper " History (1888 - 1968)" written by Rev. A.D. Carr (ret'd.), undated; a typescript paper giving a history of Minoru Chapel, made up by Mrs. Gladys Windrin, June 1968; a typescript list, "Richmond United Church - Roll of Ministers" giving a list of ministers from 1888 to 1985; a plastic sheet protector containing a print of a painting of Minoru Chapel by Kathleen England and a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel" with a description and a rental application form, by Parks, Recreation and Culture Services, Richmond, British Columbia, undated, (2 copies); a photocopy of a newspaper article with a photo of Minoru Chapel, Richmond News, March 22, 1989; a photocopy of three newspaper articles, "Arts council sets date for carol sing", Richmond Review, November 18, 1990, "Coming Events in Richmond", Richmond Times Weekender, November 16, 1990 and December 7, 1990; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph of Minoru Chapel, Richmond Review, December 23, 1990; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph of Minoru Chapel, Richmond Times Weekender, December 28, 1990; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Minoru Chapel marks marriage milestone - Historic chapel's appeal spreads around the world" Richmond Review, March 22, 1989; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Pioneer Dinner Held by Old Congregation" Richmond-Marpole Times, May 4, 1961; a photocopy of a photograph with hand written notes "Richmond United Church 1973"; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Old Church - lives again", Vancouver Province, July 13, 1968; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Lengthy church history recalled on anniversary" Richmond Review, October 26, 1973; a photocopy of two newspaper articles "Sing and share good cheer at Christmastide" Richmond Review, December 6, 1987 and "Christmas Singing In The Park Thursday" Richmond News, December 9, 1987; a photocopy of two newspaper articles "Carol singing walk set for Minoru Park" and "Carolling Event at Minoru Chapel" Richmond Review, November 27, 1987; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Celebrating a Century" with photos of Minoru Chapel, undated; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph of Minoru Chapel, Richmond News, February 14, 1990; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph of Minoru Chapel at night, December 3, 1989; a photocopy of a newspaper photograph of a wedding at Minoru Chapel, Richmond News, April 5, 1989; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Carols and More Carols", Richmond Review, December 18, 1987; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Rev. Jock Murdoch still going strong at 84" Richmond Review, May7, 1989; a photocopy of a newspaper article "5000th marital vows", Richmond Times, March 21, 1989; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Donations made to Minoru Chapel" Richmond Review, March 7, 1990; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Minoru Chapel recipients" Richmond Times, February 27, 1990; a plastic page protector containing a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel - The Chapel in the Park" with historical information, details about a collector spoon and chapel booking information, undated, circa 1991, a typescript paper with lyrics for two hymns, a typescript lis "Minoru Chapel 100th Birthday - council and Staff Invitation List", a letter on City of Richmond letterhead to Mrs. Eunice Johnson from Don Harwood, Minoru Chapel Centennial Committee, April 23, 1991, a typescript "Order of Service" for the Chapel's 100th birthday service, June 16, 1991, a computer printout "Pew Cushion Donations - Minoru Chapel" showing the names and amount of donations, September 18, 1991, a manuscript letter from Grace Shultz detailing her personal history at Richmond United Church; a typescript list "Minoru Chapel 100th Anniversary - Family Names * designates a window donor" June 16, 1991 ; a typescript list "Minoru Chapel 100th Anniversary - Family Names" June 16, 1991; a VHS video tape "Red's Classic Theatre - Minoru Chapel" 11 minutes, January 1, 1995; a pamphlet "Richmond Minoru Chapel - Built 1891" with information for booking the chapel, undated; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Fifty Years of Church Service" Marpole - Richmond Review, May11, 1938; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Conference Shared Festive Jubilee" The Western Recorder, June 1938; a report "Richmond Minoru Chapel" by Brian Foreman, April 4, 1985; report titled "Minoru Chapel: 'The Chapel in the Park' 1891-1997 by Lorraine Illich and Cheryl Broadhead.
Name(s):
Minoru Chapel

Marpole - History
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book "Marpole - Heritage of 100 Years" by Peg MacNamara, published by the Marpole-Oakridge Area Council, 1975 (2 copies); a printout from a web site "Who Were These Mysterious People? cesna:m, The Marpole Midden, and the Dispossession of Aboriginal Lands in British Columbia", by Susan Roy, Winter 2006/2007, http://proquest.umi.com.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/pqdweb?index...

Richmond - History
Part Of:
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Type
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File
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File contains Richmond News supplement "Sunday Flash Back" September 26, 1993; article by Theta K. Duthy "From Metropolis to Hamlet"; undated article by The Historical Research Group "Richmond Summary for Old-Timers"; undated article "Richmond Garden of Vancouver, B.C.; pamphlet "Richmond A Tour Through History; article by Virginia Fair "Which was First...Ditches? Settlers" dated August 13, 1953, Richmond-Marpole times; Richmond Review article dated May 30, 1975; undated article by John D. Belshaw "May Day In Richmond"; descriptions of various sections in Richmond; article from "The Buzzer"; Richmond News, "History of Richmond" September 24, 1995; Richmond Review, June 28, 1967 "History of Richmond Fraught With Romance"; reprited article from May 27, 1936 Jubilee Number of the Marpole-Richmond Review "Richmond Six Years older Than Vancouver"; flyer by Ken Young, Archivist "A Note About Richmond's History" (2 copies); Richmond City Request for Proposals of Trails; Historical Interpretation of Richmond Trails, June 14, 1991 (four articles); Historical research article for Terra Nova - West Dyke Cultural Landscapes (two articles); Richmond Historical and Museum Society pamphlet (3 Copies); 6 photocopies of a Richmond Review, dated September 16th, possibly 1965; photocopy of "History of Richmond Municipality", by Thomas Kidd; Revenue Bylaws June 19th, 1880; Richmond Review advertisement page; handwritten, 3 pages of article titles on "History of Richmond"; Richmond News article dated Nov. 10, 2004 p.13, "Sexmith gets credit for naming Richmond"; photocopy of an invitation to William Mellis to attend the 65th anniversary of the incorporation of Vancouver as a City; photocopy excerpt from "Secret Voyages of Sir Francis Drake"; Copy of Accession Number 2005 40 and description of video cassette "Sea Island Then and Now"; April 20th, 1953 copy of "Incorporation of Vancouver as a City" detailed proceedings with attendees and addresses; Richmond Review September 16, 1964 copy of "Centennial-Progress Edition"; 2 copies of Historical Charts and Maps and Genealogies, dated 1971; folder of richmond Review articles by Harold Steves on local history; 2 copies of "Richmond pioneer Tales" by Murdoch McLeod; Geography 102 Field Trip notes about Richmond, dated 1976 by D. Nicol; 2 copies of "The History of Richmond", a film strip manual dated 1971; a reprint of "A History of Richmond" dated 1971; 2 copies of "A History of The Municipality of Richmond" dated 1958; A History of Richmond by Ruth Minler, dated 1925; Early Transportation in Richmond by Dellis Clelland, dated 1972; Richmond Centennial Souvenir calendar 1979; 2 copies of "Childhood in the Old Days of Richmond" by David Jelliffe, dated 1972; 3 copies of "Richmond Historical Tour" compiled by John L. Young and undated; "Bog ... Fog and Bog Fires" compiled by Dellis Cleland dated 1972; "The Ferry Inn & Woodward's Landing" by Debbie Stevenson, Dec. 17, 1973; "Richmond" from the British Columbia Genealogist; Duncan May's Farm by Ric Pearce, dated Fall 1973; A bibliography for the teaching of units on the history and geography of Richmond and surrounding area, July 1977; John Every's Home by Teresa Murphy and Chris Eleniak; A Walk to the Past by John Savoie, Fall 1973; Charles Oldfield by Dawn Bolitho, Dec 18, 1973; Maps of Richmond 1883-1973; The Scow-Houses on Louie's Slough by Margaret Bell, December 13, 1973; The House That Tom Built, a walking tour essay by Judy Schaible, Dec. 12, 1973; Field Study of Twin Hollies Farm by Christine Brammer; Richmond Review article December 20, 1985, "Archeological Sites 'Ravaged'; Brighouse Estates Research and Historical Search.
Name(s):
Richmond

Steveston - History
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File
Scope:
File contains undated article on Steveston's 1918 Fire; 2 copies of Steveston Boom Days Fire by Dellis Cleland, compiled Feb to Jun 1972; various articles on Steveston Fire of 1918; Richmond Review article "Fiery Doom of Old Steveston", June 21, 1967; article "The 'BOX" by theodore T. Hirota, summer 2008; Steveston Walking tour and Map; article on Martial Law in Steveston by Mrs. Ella Morrison, the Province, August 17, 1957; article "Steveston"; souvenir edition supplement to the Richmond Review "Sounds of Steveston, January 28th 1990; Steveston discovery magazine summer 1999; copy of a photo of Steveston fire, undated; Richmond Review article "Fiery Doom of Old Steveston", June 21, 1967; "The Early History of Steveston" articles from the Western Fisheries, June 1936; article by L. V. Kelly "BC Helps Enrich Japanese Town" Sept. 14, 1940; 2 Booklets "It Might Have Been a City" student project for centennial year, undated; Steveston street layout; undated article "Steveston's 1918 Fire"; undated price list of lots in the Town of Steveston; 2 copies of British Columbia Insurance Underwriters' Association report on Steveston, dated April 1930; Richmond Municipal Water Works application, June 1918; Plan of Steveston undated; article "Steveston" by Mary Moon; Canada Journal article "The Ghosts of Cannery Row" by Heather Pringle, July/August 1985 issue of Equinox; Richmond Review article "Building nip-and-tuck raises heritage concern" March 6, 2003; Richmoind Review article "Remembering Big Rich" March 6, 2003; Fisherman Life article "Steveston, October 2007; pamphlet "A Look at Steveston"; Sockeye Hotel Gazette Spring 2008; 2 copies of birth records in Steveston (1872-1903); BC Salmon recipes booklet; Explore Steveston pamphlet; Steveston History on Tour pamphlet; Steveston Historical Guide pamphlet; Steveston Historical Guide 1996 pamphlet; "The Northern Crown" by Sandra Hill; British columbia insurance Underwriters' Association pamphlet, April 1930; Steveston Historical Guide1992; Richmond Review photocopy "New look for Moncton & No. 1 Road", December 13, 2007; "The Origin of Steveston excerpts taken from 1927 edition of "History of Richmond" by Thomas Kidd; Richmond Review article by Geoffrey W. Taylor "A Fantastic Plan For Port Steveston 1912 Dream That Never Came True"; single page article "Steveston"; "History of the 360 Block Broadway in Steveston" by Marilyn Godmaire; six page photocopy of "Richmond and his Culture" by Earle Yasmin and Robert Hackett; Canada Journal article "The Ghosts of Cannery Row" by Heather Pringle; BC Summer Games article "Steveston History on Tour - Welcome"; reference article "Steveston", January 1977; DVD "Communities West, Steveston British Columbia, CBC-TV 1968; 1891 Steveston Directory;

Imperial Cannery
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript page "History of Imperial Cannery and Meal and Oil Plant, Steveston, Fraser River, B.C. - Manager, C.M. Gillespie" giving a brief history of the cannery, noted on the bottom of the page, "from B.C. Packers Annual Report, 1942".
Name(s):
Imperial Cannery

Independent Order of Good Templars, Steveston Branch
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a copy of a typescript report, "I.O.G.T. Lodge - Lulu Lodge No. 21. - Independant Order of Good Templars. (Steveston Branch)" giving a history of the lodge, list of officers and members and excerpts from the minutes of meetings, April 19, 1889 to October 29, 1892.
Name(s):
Independent Order of Good Templars

Industries
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a folder titled "Richmond Manufacturer's Directory" and containing an unbound copy of the Richmond Manufacturer's Directory - Manufacturing firms in Standard Industrial Classification Alphabetical Order, July 13, 1990; a folder labelled "Mobile Data International" containing a photocopy of a newspaper article "Mobile Date gets emergency call" by Diane Strandberg, Richmond Review, February 10, 1988; a magazine "Mobile Data International - Databurst", Vol.1, No. 8, Summer 1987; a magazine "Mobile Data International - Databurst", Vol.3, No. 1, Winter 1988; an advertising pamphlet showing Mobile Data International's "Computerized Taxi Dispatch system", undated; a photocopy of a magazine article "MDTs First, CAD Later Pays Off for Vancouver Police", Law Enforcement Technology magazine, September 1984; a magazine "The Federal Express Magazine", Volume 1, Number 1, with an article about Mobile Data International's mobile terminals, undated, circa 1988; an advertising pamphlet about Mobile Data International's "Utility Dispatch System", undated; an advertising pamphlet about Mobile Data International's police dispatching system, undated; an information pamphlet "Mobile Data International - 7100-10 Mobile Data Communications Terminal", undated; an information pamphlet "Mobile Data International - 6100 Portable DataTerminal", undated; an information pamphlet "Mobile Data International - 9031 and Introducing the 8100 Series Mobile Radio", undated; a photocopy of a magazine article "Community Focus - Richmond BC - Business Life Special Report", Business Life Magazine, December/January 1981; a reprint of a magazine article "Opportunities Await You in Richmond", reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, March 1967; a magazine "Welcome to Richmond - The Ideal Site for Your Indistrial Development", published by the Richmond Board of Trade, March 29, 1960 (2 copies); a book, "Regional Industrial Index of British Columbia" published by the Bureau of Economics and Statistics, Department of Industrial Development, Trade and Commerce, 1957; a report "The Industrial Potential of the South Shore of Lulu Island in the Greater Vancouver District", by W.L. Weber, Development Brach, Dept. of Research and Development, Canadian National Railways, March 24, 1955; a pamphlet "On Saturday, June 17th vote Yes for the Richmond Industrial Development By-law" urging citizens to vote in favour of the by-law which includes the exchange of rights-of-way with the railway and purchase of the Brighouse Estate, June 15, 1961; a report "Reclamation and Development of Land of the Sturgeon Banks Region of the Fraser River" a proposal to fill in Sturgeon Banks with waste and cover with sand to allow land reclamation and construction of a ship channel and basin, submitted by the Principals of Terra Nova Development Limited, February 6, 1962; a report "Industrial Development: Views and Issues of the Industrial Community - Background Report for the Livable Region 1976/1986" by Phil Paulson for the Greater Vancouver Regional District, May 1976; a pamphlet "A Message of Great Importance - A Statement from the Members of the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the Township of Richmond Regarding the Purchase of the Brighouse Estate" March 12, 1962; a map "Lower Mainland Official Regional Plan Update - Technical Memorandum Number 6 - Commercial Centres in the Lower Mainland", March 1986; a photocopy of a map "Industrial Land Development", 1959; a photocopy of a map "Industrial Land Development", 1976; a reprint of a magazine article "Richmond British Columbia", by Caroline Jackson, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, May 1985; a reprint of a magazine article "Richmond - Where Secondary Industry is Primary" by Marnie Huckvale, reprinted from Business in B.C. magazine, January 1974; a report "The North Arm of the Fraser - Its Industries, Its Possibilities, A Plea for its Further Development", issued by the Joint Committee of the Boards of Trade of South Vancouver, Richmond and Point Grey, October 1918; a pamphlet "CrownForest - Packaging Performance with Crown Quality" by CrownForest Packaging, circa 1975; a photocopy of a magazine article "Annacis Island... A Future in the Fraser", Vacationland Magazine, October - November 1955; a photocopy of a report "Regional Concerns Related to Industrial Development", pages 6, 14, 22, 28, 34, 61 and 62, undated; a pamphlet "Brighouse Industrial Park - Richmond British Columbia", by the Industrial Commissioner, Corp. of the Township of Richmond, undated, circa 1967; a pamphlet "Richmond Industrial Development By-Law - The Richmond Council Proposes a Sound and Progressive Approach to Attracting Industry to the Municipality", June 17, 1961; A pamphlet "To The Householder - Richmond Industrial Development By-law - What? - Why? - When?", June 17, 1961; a copy of a presentation "Presentation of Richmond Industrial Development By-law", uncredited, undated, circa 1961; a photocopy of a pamphlet "Richmond Industrial Development By-law" with maps showing the areas in question, June 17, 1961; a photocopy of the transcript of a speech by H. Anderson regarding the history and development of the Brighouse Estates and the proposed Richmond Industrial Development By-law, circa 1961; a reprint of a magazine article "Richmond British Columbia", by Allan Saunderson, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, May 1982; a book "Richmond British Columbia, Canada - The Ideal Site for Your Industrial Development" by the Industrial Commissioner, Corporation of the Township of Richmond, circa 1980; a reprint of a magazine article "Airport community site of $11 million Hyatt House", by Les Rimes, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, April 1973; a report "Industrial Location - The Challenge for Richmond Municipality - A Planning Analysis" by The Dominion Construction Company Limited, October 1978; a magazine "MacDonald Dettwiler - Frontiers in Digital Imaging" by MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd., undated; a typescript brief with attached note "This is the brief presented by Eugene Grieezmiel in supporrt of his claim for reduction in assessment 22A and 22B", undated, circa 1955.

Kinsmen Club of Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript letter from Fred Vye, Secretary, describing Kinsmen club activities, July 5, 1977; a typescript "Application for Permission to Form a Kinsman Club", signed by 15 members, February 11, 1959; a newsletter "Kinsmenagerie - Richmond Kinsmen Club", April 1976.
Name(s):
Kinsmen Club of Richmond

Kishi Boatworks
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1` folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a magazine article "The Kishi Legacy - Last of the old boatyards", Western Fisheries Magazine, September 1985; a photocopy of an obituary, "Kishi, Yoichi Kishi - 1924 - 2004"; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Boat builder mourned - Yoichi (Jim) Kishi remembered for his well-crafted boats", Richmond Review, February 28, 2004.
Name(s):
Kishi Boatworks

Kiwanis Club of Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book "A History of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond for the Years 1945 - 1967", uncredited, circa 1967 (2 copies); a booklet "Twenty-Third Annual Installation of Officers and Directors by Lieutenant-Governor Bill Hallowell", January 4, 1967; a pamphlet "Kiwanis Senior Citizens Housing Development", circa 1967 (2 copies); a newspaper supplement "The Kiwanis Club of Richmond - Commemorating 40 Years of Service", supplement to the Richmond Review, March 22, 1985; a typescript copy of a presentation (speech?) with segments about "Richmond Senior Citizen's Complex", "The Second Kiwanis Performing Arts Festival", "Youth Services", "Cooperation with the RCMP", "Salvation Army - Harbour Light", "Richmond Community Arts Council", "Richmond Good Citizenship Award and Remembrance Day Ceremony", "Coffee House", "Project Summer Camp" and "Kiwanis Book Award", undated; a typescript list on Kiwanis club of Richmond letterhead "Richmond Good Citizens" with the names of Richmond good citizens from 1947 to 1978; a pamphlet "Kiwanis Club of Richmond" circa 1980; a program "Official Programme - Richmond Kiwanis Performing Arts Festival", March 6 - 10, 1978; a program "Official Programme - Richmond Kiwanis Performing Arts Festival", March 10 - 15, 1975; a program "Official Programme - Richmond Kiwanis Performing Arts Festival", March 21 - 24, 1977; a program "Official Programme - Richmond Kiwanis Performing Arts Festival", March 8 - 13, 1976; a booklet "Kiwanis Club of Richmond, B.C. 1963 Roster", 1963
Name(s):
Kiwanis Club of Richmond

Lacrosse
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet "Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame" with a list of Charter members and newly elected inductees, May 17, 1967; a photocopy of a magazine photo, "North Arm Hurricanes, 1939 Nisei Lacrosse League Championship" with player's names, Nikkei Bulletin, 2011; a photocopy of an obituary "Hamson, Wilfred George, 1920 - 2008", Richmond Review, June 19, 2008; a book "A History of the Sport of Lacrosse in British Columbia", by David S. Savelieff, undated, circa 1968; a program "1987 Canadian Women's Field Lacrosse Championships", August 20 - 23, 1987; a typescript interview "Sports: Lacrosse", interview with Sam Gilmore by Joyce Schuss, August 14, 1973.

Languages - Japanese
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Japanese Language Resources" which contains chapter outlines and summaries of materials which have been published only in Japanese and pertain to Richmond and in particular, to Steveston.

Leisure
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet "Leisure Services Referendum - Please Vote" with information on referendum for construction of Seniors Centre, covering Centennial Pool and building a new ice rink, November 21, 1981; a report "A Rationale for Municipal Leisure Services" by Brian L. Johnston, Professional Environmental Recreational Consultants, Ltd., circa 1981; a report "Leisure in Canada - The Proceedings of the Montmorency Conference on Leisure", published by the Fitness and Amateur Sport Directorate, Department of National Health and Welfare, Ottawa, September 2 - 6, 1969; a photocopy of a report "Richmond Parks and Recreation - Historical Background" by R.A. McMath, circa 1980, 12 pages.

Libraries
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a report "The Fraser Valley Regional Library - Past and Future - Report to the Board of Management" by Ronald Ley, Advisor to the Board, November 1972 (2 copies); a report "Library Services in Richmond - The Measure of a Municipality", typescript, author unknown, circa 1980; a report "A Brief History of the Fraser Valley Regional Library and an Outline of the Library System: Together with a List of Officers and Members of the Board of Management 1934 - 1968" by Ronald Ley, Director, February 1969; an envelope containing a programme, "Official Opening" "Richmond Arts Centre" , October 3, 1967: a programme "Official Opening of the Brighouse Centre Library and the dedication of the Centennial Book Collection, September 23, 1971: a programme "Official Reopening - Richmond Arts Centre", February 29, 1980: a photograph showing Ken Young and new shelving in the City Archives; a report "Richmond Central Library Site Evaluation - Draft", circa 1965, typescript; a report "Fraser Valley Regional Library 1930-1980 - 50th Annual Report 1980 Golden Anniversary Year", May 1981; a report "43rd Annual Report - 1973 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" , January 1974; a report "44th Annual Report - 1974 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" , January 28, 1975; a report "45th Annual Report - 1975 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" , Febrary 17, 1976; a report "Annual Report 1964 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1965; a report "Annual Report 1965 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1966; a report "Annual Report 1966 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1967; a report "Annual Report 1967 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1968; a report "Annual Report 1968 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1969; a report "Annual Report 1969 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1970; a report "Annual Report 1972 - Fraser Valley Regional Library" January 1973; a report "A Residential and Commercial Library Information Survey of the Municipality of Richmond, B.C." by Athalie Frasier Solloway, B.A. for the Library Advisory Committee, May 1975; a report "A Proposal to Establish a Greater Vancouver Library Federation Audiovisual Service", prepared by Maureen Willison under direction of the Audiovisual Committee, March 1981; a report "Fraser Valley Regional Library 25th Annual Report - 1955", January 1956; a report "Study of the Multilingual Library Services and the Needs of Ethnic Readers in the Greater Vancouver Area" by Iolanda Weisz M.A. for the Greater Vancouver Library Federation, May 1982; an envelope labelled "Libraries - Richmond Public Library - Unpublished Manuscripts" and containing a report "Library Services in Richmond - A Measure of a Municipality" by J. McLeod, original typescript: a report "An Analysis of the Size and Furnishings of Libraries in Richmond, B.C." by Linda Matsuba and Heather McCulloch, submitted as a report in Institutional Business 116 for Paul Bridge, November 1975; a report "A Brief History of the Fraser Valley Regional Library and an Outline of the Library System: Together with a List of Officers and Members of the Board of Management 1934 - 1971" by Ronald Ley, Director, 1971.

Local Government
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Report on Local Government - A Project of the Richmond Centenary Council" by the Committee on Legislation and Political Growth, April 26, 1968; a report "Report on Local Government - Part I - Progress Report from your Committee on Legislation and Political Growth" , August 1967; a report "Report on Local Government - Part II - Provincial - Municipal Relations", August 1967.

Heritage Buildings - Lord Byng School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a newspaper article, "Lord Byng annex demolition delayed - again", by Jennifer Chow, Richmond Review, April 3, 1996; a newspaper article, "A schooling in B.C.'s divided past" Vancouver Sun, April 6, 1996; a newspaper article, "City won't block demolition of annex" by Jennifer Chow, Richmond Review, April 10, 1996; a newspaper article, "Change in proposal puts end to Byng annex" by Mike Howell, Richmond News, April 14, 1996; a newspaper article, "Byng deserved more help from councillors" by Donna Tabata, Richmond News, April 14, 1996; a newspaper article, "Byng annex could still be saved from wrecking ball" by Barney Link, Richmond News, March 31, 1996; a newspaper article, "Byng annex demolition slated for this week" by Mike Howell, Richmond News, April 24, 1996; a newspaper article, "Midnight fire guts historic Byng annex", by Mike Howell, Richmond News, August 29, 1993; a newspaper article, "Strathcona First" by Ken Walters, Richmond Review, April 27, 1996; a newspaper photo with caption showing the demolition of the Lord Byng annex, Richmond Review, April 27, 1996; a memorandum from Archivist Ken Young to Rod Drennan, Director of Community and Government Relations with an attached chronology and photocopied documents and photos realting to Lord Byng School, Feb. 18, 1993; an envelope containing a certificate from Lord Byng School certifying that Frances Howse hold first rank in "Deportment", June 29, 1934; a report "Lord Byng School Annex - a brief history" by the Richmond Heritage Advisory Committee, undated, circa 1996 (2 copies); an article "Lord Byng School: The Possible Demolition of an Important Steveston Landmark" by Harold Steves, The Bulletin, Feb. 1996; a collection of research material headed by "Steveston School/Lord Byng School Chronology" and including hand written notes and copies of documents and photographs; a typescript history, "Lord Byng School", undated; a newspaper article, "Historical School torched" by John Johnson, Richmond Review, Aug. 29, 1993; a newspaper article, "Byng annex to be levelled after $100,000 move" by Mike Howell, Richmond News, Dec. 24, 1995; a copy of the Corporation of the Township of Richmond Bylaw No. 293 allowing the closure of First Ave. between Georgia and Pleasant Streets for the construction of a school, March 14, 1922; a book, "Lord Byng Elementary School Annex - Architectural Heritage Documentation" by Documenta Architectural Photogrammetry, April 1996.
Name(s):
Lord Byng Elementary School

Malls
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report "Bridgeport Harbour Market" by the Vladimir Plavsic Group in support of their application for rezoning the 8800 block of River Road, July 18, 1984; a report "Lansdowne Market Shopping Centre Development, Richmond, B.C., Traffic Study" by Zoltan J. K. Kuun, P. Eng., Consulting Engineer, Traffic and Transportation, for Wade, Stockdill, Armour and Elewett, Architects and Designers, January 1974; a letter from Jack Diamond, President of B.C. Turf Ltd. to The Corporation of the Township of Richmond regarding the development of Lansdowne Park into a shopping centre, October 18, 1971; a letter from C.N. Woodward, Chairman of the Board of Woodward Stores Limited, to the residents of Richmond asking them to participate in a survey about the construction of Lansdowne shopping centre, March 7, 1973; a newsletter "Richmond Galleria Newsletter" about renovations to the Richmond Centre Shopping Mall, Volume 1, Number 1, June 16, 1988; a pamphlet "Family Shopping in Downtown Richmond - Richmond Square - Richmond Centre" with a guide to stores, undated, circa 1970s; a report "Steveston Shopping Centre Market Analysis" undated, circa 1963; a report " The Magnificent New Crestwood Shopping Centre" prepared for Architects Ross A. Lort, M.R.A.I.C, Consulting Architects John Graham & Co., Developers Fraser Valley Lands Limited, by Larry Smith and Co.. a full colour report on a proposal to build a mall type shopping centre in Richmond on the site of the present Richmond Centre, January 1960; an article in the September 23, 2010 Vancouver Sun by Marke Andrews titled "Aberdeen Centre expansion 75% sold".

Churches - Marpole Presbyterian Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript history, "Marpole Presbyterian Began in 'Cathedral'", by Ethel Post, undated.
Name(s):
Marpole Presbyterian Church

Churches - Marpole United Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains 2 copies of a book, "Marpole United Church - A Short History", by Winnifred Kidd, Nov. 1, 1975.
Name(s):
Marpole United Church

Schools - Mitchell School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two typed copies of History of Mitchell School, April, 1973 by Pat Negrave; two copies of a description of the beginning years of Mitchell School, author unknown; letter from Mrs. W. Kaye Lamb to the Principal of Mitchell School, February 17, 1959; article from Richmond review 'Old Mitchell turns 100' April 23, 2008; A demographic Study of the Mitchell Elementary catchment Area, August 1987; Duo-Tang copies of a photo tribute by Ida A. Hoey, School Teacher, Mitchell School '-Twenties-';
Name(s):
Mitchell Elementary School

Mobile Homes
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a proposal "Mobile Home Park Proposal" for the development of a mobile home park on Gilley Road in East Richmond by Poppy Developments Ltd., August 18, 1982 (2 copies).

Municipal Elections
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a card "The Corporation of the Township of Richmond - Municipal Elections", showing polling places, November 17, 1973; a report "A Data Analysis of Voting patterns in Municipal Elections: Richmond B.C. 1977-81" by Lawrence T. Woods, B.A, March 1982; ephemera, a ballot for a plebiscite, "Are you in favour of the withdrawal of the Corporation of the Township of Richmond from the Fraser Valley Regional Library?', November 15, 1975; ephmera, a ballot for a referendum to allocate funds for road construction, an indoor swimming pool and a new firehall, November 15, 1975; a book "Candidate's Guide - Local Elections 1993" published by the Province of British Columbia, 1993.

Murder
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Aftermath of a cold case - Three families, two dead girls and the mystery that linked them" by Martin van den Hemel, Richmond Review, December 18-19, 2004; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Police never gave up in double murder" by Martin van den Hemel, Richmond Review, May 5, 2005; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Ex-wife testifies at double-murder suspect's trial", by Martin van den Hemel, Richmond Review, May 12, 2005; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Victim's father can rest now" by Nelson Bennett, Richmond News, July 13, 2005; a photocopy of a magazine article "When battered wives kill" by Suzanne Zwarun, Chatelaine Magazine, June 1984; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Murder on the Dike" by Cecil Clarck, The Islander, September 21-22, 1980.

Natural Geographic Features
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a map, "The Township of Richmond - Natural Areas - Areas with recognized or potential importance to fish and wildlife", compiled by C. Runyon and R. Tombs, October 1986; a photocopy of a map "Generalized Geologic Map of the Fraser River Delta and Adjacent Areas", circa 1976; a report "Lower Mainland Natural Areas Inventory" by D.R. Benn and A. McLean. March 1977.

Ethnic Groups - First Nations
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript "Garden City Lands - Richmond - Musqueam Chronology" based on "A breach of Duty: Fiduciary Obligations and Aboriginal Peoples (Saskatoon: Purich, 2005) by James I. Reynolds; a photocopy of a typescript "July 1, 1990, Pioneer/Steves Family Picnic, Steveston" notes made by Len Ham, deals with First nations burial grounds and shell middens in Steveston; a photocopy of a recommendation to Mayor and Council requesting clarification on several points raised in a newspaper article about aboriginal claims and the M.O.T. lands, from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt, Feb. 6, 1992; a photocopy of a newspaper article "Better start pow-wow now, Siddon advises city council", by Dean Pelkey, Richmond News, Jan. 26, 1992; a photocopy of a letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to the Hon. Tom Siddon, Minister of Indian Affairs & Northern Development regarding an interview he gave to Dean Pelkey of the Richmond News, Feb. 13, 1992; a photocopy of a letter from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt to the Hon. Tom Siddon, Minister of Indian Affairs & Northern Development regarding the disposition of the M.O.T. lands, Nov. 13, 1991; a photocopy of a report to council from Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt regarding the M.O.T. lands/Musqueam Claim, March 5, 1992; a photocopy of a letter from the Hon. Tom Siddon Minister of Indian Affairs & Northern Development to Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt regarding the disposition of the M.O.T. lands, 1992; a photocopy of a letter from Chief Wendy Grant of the Musqueam Indian Band to Mayor Greg Halsey-Brandt regarding the disposition of the M.O.T. lands; a typescript report "Submission of the Members of the Musqueam Indian Band" regarding expansion of the Vancouver International Airport, 27 pages, March 2, 1992; a computer printout of the results of a search of the Library and Archives Canada website, "Plans of Government Reserves on Sea Island and Lulu Island" Drawn by C. Sinnett, R.E., Lithd. by W. Oldham, R.E., Survey Office, New Westminster.

North Fraser Harbour Commission
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "The Story of... The North Fraser Harbour Commissioners", published by the North Fraser Harbour Commissioners, ca. 1966; an invitiation from the Chairman and Commissioners of the North Fraser Harbour Commission to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Grauer to attend the official opening and dedication of their new administration building at 2020 Airport Road, a map with directions is enclosed, June 24, 1983; a folder, "Port of North Fraser - North Fraser Harbour Commission" containing a pamphlet, "North Fraser Harbour - a resource management challenge", a list, "North Fraser Harbour Commission - History of Appointees (Federal & Municipal) to the North Fraser Harbour Commission, a press release from the North Fraser Harbour Commission regarding the unveiling of a commemortive plaque, a press release from the North Fraser Harbour Commission about the Commission, a copy of an article from the Point Grey Gazette about the Richmond and Point Grey Board of Trade, June 14, 1913, a copy of an article from the Greater Vancouver Chinook about the Annual Statement of the South Vancouver Board of Trade, February 28, 1914, a copy of a report from J. Frances LeBaron, Consulting Engineer to W.H.Keary, Chairman of the Citizen's Special Committee on the Fraser River Improvements about work needed to deepen the North Arm for navigation, February 8, 1908; a booklet "The Working River", published by the Port of North Fraser, undated; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - Annual Report 1989"; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - Annual Report 1991"; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - Annual Report 1992"; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - 1988 Annual Report"; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commissioners - 59th Annual Report 1972"; a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - Annual Report for 1985"; a folder, "Port of North Fraser - North Fraser Harbour Commission" containing a pamphlet, "North Fraser Harbour - a resource management challenge" (2 copies), an invitiation to a christening ceremony for a new harbour patrol boat, a list, "North Fraser Harbour Commission - History of Appointees (Federal & Municipal) to the North Fraser Harbour Commission, a press release from the North Fraser Harbour Commission regarding the the delivery of a harbour patrol boat, a press release from the North Fraser Harbour Commission about the Commission, a copy of an article from the Point Grey Gazette about the Richmond and Point Grey Board of Trade, June 14, 1913, a copy of an article from the Greater Vancouver Chinook about the Annual Statement of the South Vancouver Board of Trade, February 28, 1914, a copy of a report from J. Frances LeBaron, Consulting Engineer to W.H.Keary, Chairman of the Citizen's Special Committee on the Fraser River Improvements about work needed to deepen the North Arm for navigation, February 8, 1908; a book "North Fraser Harbour Commission 75th Anniversary - Portrait of our Past", published by the North Fraser Harbour Commission, 1989, (2 copies); a photocopy of a newspaper article "North Arm To Have New Jetty", unknown newpaper, dated January 30, 1946; a folder "The Working River - Port of North Fraser" containing a booklet "The Working River published by the North Fraser Harbour Commission, a map "North Fraser Harbour Industry and Recreation Guide" with a map on one side and a sattelite photo on the other (2 copies), a newsletter "The Working River" published by the Port of North Fraser, September 1991, a booklet "Admiral Quacker's Famous North Fraser Activity Book" published by the North Fraser Harbour Commission, a report "North Fraser Harbour Commission - 1990 Annual Report", a memorandum "North Fraser Harbour Environmental Management Plan", including a shoreline classification map, September 1988, and a Port of North Fraser decal; a report "Fraser River Harbour Development Study", by Norman Pearson, B.A., M.A., May 16, 1972; a holiday pamphlet showing winners of the Port of North Fraser 75th Anniversary Photo Contest winners, December 1988.
Name(s):
North Fraser Harbour Commission

Old Age Pensioners Organization, Richmond Branch 34
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript report about the Old Age Pensioners Organization, Richmond Branch 34, January 18, 1967, 2 copies.
Name(s):
Old Age Pensioners Organization, Richmond Branch 34

Organizations
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript timeline history "Richmond Women's Resource Centre 30th Anniversary Herstory Highlights", 2006; a report "Richmond Society for Special People Annual Report 1985-1986"; a newsletter "The Richmond Visitor - No. 17" by the Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau, January 1982; a report "Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau Annual Report 1983; a report, "Richmond Volunteer Centre - Annual Report 1986"; a typescript list, "Service Clubs and Societies" naming Richmond organizations, their boards and meeting times, January 14, 1965; a book, "Community Adventures - Richmond's Youth Volunteer Directory - Second Edition 1991/1992", by the Richmond Information Volunteer Centre; a report, "Dog Activities Centre for The Corporation of the Township of Richmond, B.C. proposed by the Richmond Dog Fanciers Society", a proposal for the construction of a centre for dog activities, May 1986; a report "Presentation to The Parks and Recreation Commission for the Corporation of the Township of Richmond by the Richmond Dog Fanciers Association - To Provide For The Community of Richmond a Dog Activities Centre", August 26, 1988; a booklet, "21st Annual Installation of Richmond Lions Officers and Directors" June 25, 1966; a 20th anniversary newsletter from the Richmond Community Foundation, dated October 28, 2010.
Name(s):
Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau
Richmond Volunteer Centre Society
Richmond Information and Volunteer Centre
Richmond Dog Fanciers Association
Richmond Society for Special People
Richmond Women's Resource Centre

Parent-Teacher Association
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains an agenda for a meeting and dinner to be held at the Airport Inn, "Golden Anniversary 1919 - 1969 - 50 Years of PTA", May 13, 1969.
Name(s):
Parent-Teacher Association

Parks
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a typescript report by R.A. McMath "Richmond Parks and Recreation Historical Background" outlining the history of parks in Richmond, ca. 1974; a typescript timeline, "Appendix 1 - History of Parks and Recreation in Richmond" prepared by Marlene Parsons, 1985; a report "Parks and Schools for Richmond" by the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board, 1957. Includes a fold-out map "Schools and Parks for Richmond" showing proposed land use for parks, schools and housing. One original report and one photocopy; a binder containing eight briefs to council from Councillor R.A. McMath on the subject of park and school development in Richmond, 1955 to 1958; a report by R.A. McMath, "Our Urban Parks", September 24, 1975; a brief to Council by R.A. McMath for the Richmond Recreation Commission about parks, October 31, 1955; a report to the Parks and Recreation Commission from R.A.McMath, "Directions for the Seventies" January 14, 1970; a photocopy of a document "The Municipal Park System", stating park types and responsibility, park function and park features, undated; a photocopy of a speech to the Fraser Valley Community Planning Conference by R.A. McMath, "School and Playground as a Neighborhood Centre" October 17, 1956; a photocopy of a table showing schools and parks, their features, sizes, etc., ca. 1969; a copy of the Township of Richmond Parks and Recreation Commission by-law, undated, unnumbered; an invitiation to Mrs. W.J. Rendall to attend a dinner to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the dedication of Stanley Park, November 1, 1949; a report from Tattersfield Associates, Land Design Group, "Proposal for Neighborhood Park Plan, Blundell School/Park Site", August 10, 1978; a report from the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board to Reeve C.F. Taylor, "A Regional Parks Plan for the Lower Mainland Region", May 25, 1966; a report by the Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board of B.C., "Land For Leisure", June 24, 1961; a report by the Ladies Auxilliary at South Arm Communtity Centre "A Playground For All Children", intending to raise funds to build an accessible playground at Samuel Brighouse Elementary School, undated; a report "Regional Parks Review: 1976 - History, Status and Current Planning", by the Greater Vancouver Regional Planning District, June 1976; a pamphlet with map, "Stanley Park" provided by the B.C. Electric Railway, ca. 1935.

Parks - Brighouse Park
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a subdivision plan showing the block where Brighouse Park is located, July 1993; photocopies of Council minutes from February 21, 1938, March 21, 1938, April 11, 1938, April 19, 1938 and September 7, 1938, dealing with the purchase of land from the Agricultural Society for $1 for use as a park; a pamphlet "Brighouse Park - The Corporation of the Township of Richmond" with details about the reopening of Brighouse Park after revitalization, April 12, 1986 (3 copies).
Name(s):
Brighouse Park

Parks - Garry Point Park
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet with map," Garry Point Park - Historical Walking Tour" produced by the Richmond Museum, ca 1989 (2 copies); a letter from City of New Westminster Curator, Archie Miller to Richmond Parks Planner, Clarence Sihoe about two attached newspaper articles, March 27, 1992. The articles are from the Daily Columbian, May 30, 1891 and November 21, 1891 and tell about the loss of the "Garry Bush" the large tree at Garry point which was used as a navigation marker; a report "Recommendations for Garry Point" by Alderman Harold Steves, with ideas for the development of Garry Point Park, undated; a letter from Alderman H. Steves to Mayor and Council recommending the purchase of Garry Point for development as a park, May 4, 1978; a memo from the Law Department to Mayor and Council with reasons for the judgment of the Court of Appeal regarding Garry Point May 3, 1978; a brief "Brief to The Mayor and Aldermen of the Corporation of the Township of Richmond concerning the Proposed Garry Point Development", August 9, 1978; a copy of a petition, "Petition Against Garry Point Develpoment", opposing any residential, commercial or industrial development at Garry Point, ca. 1985; a copy of a leafletfrom the Steveston Community Society warning people about ongoing work in Garry Point Park during Salmon Festival, July 1, 1987; a photocopy from the cover of a book "Garry Point" with a photo "Aged Indians at Garry Point Circa 1910"; a photocopy of text "Who Saved Garry Point - Let's Examine The Record.", circa 1980; a photocopy of a map of Garry Point, undated; a photocopy of a brief to Mayor and Council from the Canadian Scientific Pollution and Environmental Control Society opposing proposed development of Garry Point, August 13, 1976; a report "A Proposal for Garry Point Park Master Plan", by Gardner, Peepre & Associates, Landscape Resources Management, December 3, 1982; a report "Garry Point Park Master Plan" by Torrence Vagelatots Limited, Landscape Architecture, December 3, 1982; a report "Garry Point Design Proposal" by Vaughan, Durante, Perry Limited, Joey Y. Wai, Architect, undated, ca. 1982. Richmond News article "Municipal Comment by Greg Halsey-Brandt" june 7, 1989;

Parks - Minoru Park
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a folder containing typescript "Notes by Robert McMath on the history and development of Minoru Park", transferred to Archives from Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Dept., August 20, 2001, 70 pages; a memorandum from Dave Semple, Director of Parks Operations to Cllr. Evelina Halsey-Brandt dated July 19, 2005, re. "History of Minoru Park", includes a subdivision plan of the property dated May 23, 1958 and two plans titled "Possible Relocation of First Air Crossing of the Canadian Rockies Plaque" showing Minoru Park, Cultural Centre, City Hall site with location of Minoru Race Track overlaid, dated September 25, 2002; a pamphlet, "Unveiling of the Horse Statue "Minoru"", August 21, 2009 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the opening of Minoru Park Racetrack, published by Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, City of Richmond, (2 copies); a pamphlet from "Irish National Stud, Japanese Gardens, Saint Fiachra's Gardens, The Horse Museum" at Tully, Kildare, Ireland, the original home of the racehorse Minoru; a photograph showing Mayor Malcom Brodie accepting a box of documents at the unveiling of the horse statue from Mr. Brian Eida, son of Minoru Eida after whom the Horse was named; a copy of the British Columbia Historical Federation Newsletter, No.27, September 2009, with an article "Bronze Statue of Minoru racehorse unveiled"; a pamphlet from the Corporation of the Township of Richmond inviting people to the official opening of the covered seating, field lighting and all-weather track at Minoru Park, September 23, 1971 (3 copies); a news release from the City of Richmond "Bronze of Minoru, Party to Mark Centenary", August 12, 2009; a typescript document "Some Facts About Horse Racing in Richmond 1909 - 1960" prepared by members of the Friends of the Richmond Archives; a newspaper article, "Minoru: champion by name and by nature", by Alan Campbell, Richmond News, July 1, 2009, (2 copies); a newspaper article, "Minoru finds a home" by Matthew Hoekstra, Richmond Review, August 27, 2009; a magazine article, "Barney Oldfield's 1912 Canadian Tour", by Dale Johnson, Old Autos Magazine, August 2, 2004, 3 pages; a newspaper article "Building Minoru - Russian-born artist recreates horse made famous in England race", by Matthew Hoekstra, Richmond Review, December 6, 2007, (2 copies); a report, "Minoru Horse Public Sculpture - Report on Full-Scale Model", by Sergei Traschenko, 2008; a typescript note from Councillor Harold Steves regarding boxing at Minoru Park, February 2008; a magazine article, "Recreation in Canada - Minoru Park, B.C." by W. Crane, Parks Superintendant, Corporation of the Township of Richmond, 3 pages. source unknown, August 1968, (2 copies); a photocopy of a biographical article about Colonel William Hall Walker, MP, owner of the tully stud farm where the horse Minoru was born. It also refers to groom Joseph Clements who rode Minoru from Russia to Turkey during the Bolshevik Revolution, source unknown, date circa 1995; an issie of "Nikkei Images" magazine, volume II, No.2, Summer 2006, which includes an article, "The Naming of Minoru Park in Richmond B.C.", by Jack Lowe; a photocopy of an article "Jane's Journal - A Little Bit of History" from the British Columbie Aviation Council, with a short history of early aviation at Minoru Park Racetrack, ca. 1979; a newspaper article showing a proposed recreation centre at Minoru Park, Richmond Review, January 19, 1961.
Name(s):
Minoru Park

Parks - Nature Park
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a book, "Winter Identification of Trees and Shrubs in Richmond Nature Park" by T. Taylor and illustrated by G. Shaw, February 1974; a book, 2 copies of "Richmond Nature Park Trail Guide" by the Richmond Nature Park Committee, ca. 1974; a programme, "Official Opening of the Richmond Nature House", November 14, 1976 (2 copies); 2 copies of a book, "Mosses of the Richmond Nature Park" by T. Taylor, illustrated by G. Shaw, ca. 1974; a book, "Trail Guide - Richmond Nature Park", by J. Metzler and T. Taylor, ca. 1974; a pamphlet, "Richmond Nature Park", ca. 1980; a book, "Ferns of the Richmond Nature Park", by T. Taylor, illustrated by G. Shaw, ca. 1975; a book, "Richmond Nature Park - Trail Guide", by Jackie Metzler and Terry Taylor, ca, 1975; a report, "Richmond East/ West Road (Gilley Line) Environmental / Land Use Study - Richmond Nature Park", written by Talisman Land Resource Consultants dor the Design & Surveys Branch of Ministry of Transportation and Highways, 1983; 2 copies of a book, "Common Lichens of the Richmond Nature Park", by T. Taylor, illustrated by G. Shaw, ca. 1975; a report, "Richmond Nature Park Draft Master Plan", by Parks: Research & Planning Inc., May 1986; a report, "Richmond Nature Park - Annual Report - 1982", prepared by Donna J. Underhill for the Richmond Nature Park Society and Richmond Parks and Recreation Commission, April 1983, (2 copies); a children's colouring book, "Welcome to the Richmond Nature Park", undated; a report, "Kwal-la-lum, A House That Speaks: A Proposal for Future Development of the Richmond Park Nature House", prepared by John E. Kyte for the Richmond Nature Park Society, July 1979; a report, "The Richmond Nature Park Natural Studies Centre", prepared by Jacqueline Murfitt, B. Arch., and Donna Underhill, Nature Park Co-ordinator for the Richmond Nature Park Society, ca. 1986 (2 copies); a report, "Richmond Nature Park Report - Project Development Plans", by Jill Deuling, March 1982 (2 copies); 2 copies of "Birds of the Richmond Nature Park", by Carson Wade, May 17, 1972; untitled article on slugs by Dianne Thorpe, 1972;a phamplet titled Some Birds of Richmond Nature Park" by N. Harvey; a phamplet titled "Animals and tracks of Richmond Nature Park", by N. Harvey; a phamplet titled "Some Luchens, Mosses & Fungi of Richmond Natuer Park", by N. Harvey, published by the Richmond Nature Park Committe; a phamplet titled "Natural History in Richmond : Richmond Nature Park Bog, Shady Island, Sturgeon Banks Tidal Marsh", by A. Cairns.
Name(s):
Richmond Nature Park

Parks - Steveston Park
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "Steveston Park Feasibility Study", prepared by Professional Environmental Recreation Consultants, Ltd. for the Steveston Community Society, January 31, 1984, (2 copies); a report, "Steveston Community Park - Landscape Proposal and Development", prepared by A. Petzold, Architect, Dipl. Ing., M.R.A.I.C., R. Robillard, Landscape Architect, B.C.S.L.A., F.C.S.L.A. and K.W. Morris, Architect and Landscape Consultant, B.A., B. Arch., M.L.A., M.R.A.T.C., October 1976; a report, "Steveston Park - A Plan for Redevelopment and Development", by Justice and Webb, Landscape Architects Ltd., May 1969.
Name(s):
Steveston Park

Pierrefonds, Quebec
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a proclamation in English and French declaring the twinning of the Township of Richmond with the City of Pierrefonds, Quebec; a photocopy of a proclamation in French and English declaring the twinning of the City of Pierrefonds, Quebec with the Township of Richmond; a map of the City of Pierrefonds, June 1991; a laminated article from a magazine, "The Origin of the Name Pierrefonds"; photocopied pages from a book in French and English, "Pierrefonds Builds Friendships in Canada and Abroad" source unknown, ca. 1973; a photocopy of an information book, "Bulletin D'Informations / News" outlining Municipal Administration and Services in Pierrefonds; a folder from the City of Pierrefonds containing general information about the city; a pamphlet, "City of Pierrefonds" with information about the city; a report, " City of Pierrefonds Annual Report, 1976", by the Town Planning and Construction Dept. of Pierrefonds; a book, "City of Pierrefonds - A Community with Spirit", January 1990; a book, "City of Pierrefonds - A Community with Spirit", January 1997; a photocopy of a typescript titled, "City of Pierrefonds - Legal History"; a programme, "Richmond Minoru Chapel - (The Chapel in the Park) Richmond BC", on the occasion of the twinning ceremonies with the City of Pierrefonds, Que., July 1968.
Name(s):
Pierrefonds, Quebec

Pioneers
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a typescript list, "Richmond '79 Centennial Pioneer List - To Qualify - Residents of Richmond - 60 or More Years", 9 pages; a photocopy of a list of names and short biographies, "People in Steveston Before 1900 - note: The comments included herein are reminiscences of an early pioneer, recorded approximately 10 - 15 years ago", undated, 69 pages, one copy stapled, one copy in a plastic binder; some handwritten manuscripts with names of Richmond pioneers, clipped together with a newspaper photo, "Richmond's Pioneers" dated July 11, 1951; photocopies of forms, "Canadian Confederation Centennial Committee of British Columbia - Pioneer Medal Application Form", filled out by Richmond pioneers, 64 pages.

Pollution
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a transcript, "Submission to Pollution Seminar, Corporation of the Township of Richmond, re Pollution", submitted by and on behalf of the Richmond Anti Pollution Association, T. Gooderham, President, Mrs. Lois Boyce, Secretary, November 8, 1969; a copy of a submission, "Submission by Richmond Anti Pollution Association to Public Inquiry Pollution Control Act 1967", Henry Castillou, President, Lois Boyce, Secretary, August 11, 1970; a submission, "Submission to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the use of Pesticides and Herbicides - July 1973", by the Richmond Anti Pollution Association (RAPA), Janet Clark, President; a copy of a report, "Report on Meeting of Representatives from Richmond Anti Pollution Association and United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union Local #7 with the Commissioner of the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District, January 18, 1971", prepared by Mary Ann H. Fransen.

Postal Service
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a book, "Number of Householders Served from Rural Post Offices and Rural Routes in the Western Provinces", March 1930; a photocopy of a map, "Vancouver Postal Delivery Zones", from the Vancouver Telephone Directory, January 1952; a copy of a page from the Library and Archives Canada website, "Post Offices and Postmasters - South Vancouver", 1893 -1917, a copy of some lists, "Richmond Named Post Offices", "Vancouver Letter Carrier Depots in Richmond", "Vancouver Postal Agencies in Richmond" and "Vancouver Sub Post Offices in Richmond", created by Bill Topping; a copy of a list, "Richmond Postal Outlets", by Bill Topping; a copy of a list, "Richmond (Vancouver) Sub Offices", by Bill Topping; a book, "British Columbia Post Offices", edited by William Topping, 1991; two envelopes with Air Mail postage stamps addressed to M.J. Ross, Ft. Francis, Ontario, from B. McArthur, Eburne, BC, stamps are cancelled with an "Eburne" postmark; a letter from Postmaster W.R. Wilson to Rural Route patrons on Lulu and Sea Islands regarding the re-arrangement of Vancouver and Steveston Rural Routes, August 1956; a handwritten manuscript with information about the history of Post Offices in Steveston, source and date unknown; a copy of some typescript notes about the history of postal services in Richmond (2 copies).

Schools - Private Schools
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of an undated description of Private Schools in Richmond, author unknown;

Public Buildings
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a programme, "Official Opening" for the Richmond Arts Centre, October 3, 1967; a memo, typescript, urging members of an unidentified organization to support the construction of an expanded arts and cultural centre, October 13, 1987; a report to the Parks and Recreation Commission from the Leisure Services Department regarding a Cultural Planning Study, 8 pages, December 3, 1986; a newsletter from the Community Arts Council of Richmond, March - April 1987; a brief presented to the Township of the Corporation of Richmond from the Community Arts Council of Richmond, "A New Cultural Centre for Richmond", ca. 1986; a letter to Mayor G.J. Blair from Lesley Wilkins, President of the Community Arts Council of Richmond regarding a New Cultural Centre for Richmond and referring to an attached brief; a memo to "Peter" from "Jane" asking him to contact members of a committee to stuff envelopes for a mail-out, undated; a presentation to council regarding the Richmond Public Library, Brighouse Expansion, June 22, 1987; a letter from Rod Drennan, Municipal Clerk, to Leslie Wilkins, President of the Community Arts Council of Richmond referring to the construction of a New Cultural Centre for Richmond, May 13, 1987; a letter to Mayor and Council from John Watson, Chairman of the Richmond Public Library Board regarding the construction of an expanded Arts and Cultural Centre, December 18, 1986; a press release from the Community Arts Council of Richmond regarding a referendum for the expansion of the Cultural Center, September 17, 1987; a typescript copy of referendum questions for a new cultural centre, a new firehall and a new sports facility, 1987 (2 copies); a letter from the Richmond Museum Committee to Louise Young of the referendum committee to thank her for an invitiation to send a representative to the committee, September 29, 1987; An update from the Richmond Museum with information about its mandate, programs, events, projects and comments from visitors, 1987; an information sheet from the Richmond Museum highlighting the need for more space, undated; Minutes of a meeting regarding an upcoming referendum, September, 1987; a fact sheet on the Brighouse Library Expansion justifying the need for more library space, 1987; a press release from the Community Arts Council of Richmond supporting the decision of council to hold a referendum for the enlargement of the Cultural Centre, 1987 (2 copies); a memo to D.G. Harwood from Mary Gazetas in reference to the Proposed Cultural / Library Centre, August 1987; a copy of a Certificate of Incorporation for the Richmond Historical and Museum Society, December 9, 1976; a plastic sleeve containing an invoice from the Richmond Review Newspaper for an ad for the upcoming referendum and a copy of the ad, November 26, 1987; a report, "Cultural Policy Statement and Recommendations - Summary" prepared by Kathryn MacLean, Cultural Coordinator, Dept. of Leisure Services, January 1980; eight pages of manuscript notes regarding expansion of the Cultural Centre, undated, ca. 1987; a programme, "Official Opening Richmond Civic Centre" August 9, 1957; a letter to Louise Young, Community Arts Council of Richmond, from Rod Drennan, Municipal Clerk regarding Referendum questions, September 17, 1987; a copy of an explanation of the Coat of Arms of the Corporation of the Township of Richmond, undated; a copy of a "Referenda Fact Sheet", Ocober 8, 1987; a release from the Community Arts Council of Richmond tp "Interested Citizens" expressing support for an expanded Cultural Centre; a plastic sleeve containing a supplement to the Richmond Review Newspaper " Library / Cultural Centre Expansion". 1987; a handmade mock-up of a magazine, "Richmond Cultural Centre", designed as a promotional tool for the upcoming referendum; an envelope with the letterhead, "Richmond Cultural Centre"; an envelope addressed to "Richmond Cultural Centre Building Fund"; a thank-you note for contributions to the Cultural Centre building fund; a release form allowing use of names etc. for the purpose of promoting the Cultural centre; a sheet bearing the letterhead of the Richmond Cultural Centre; a blank donor contact list; a photocopy of articles from the Richmond Review and Richmond Times referring to the Cultural Centre referendum, March 1987; a chart showing contributions to the Cultural Centre building fund from three levels of government and from fundraising; a programme, "Official Opening Minoru Aquatic Centre", October 8, 1977; an invitation to the Official Reopening of the Richmond Arts Centre, February 29, 1980; a programme, "Official Opening of the Covered Seating, Field Lighting and All Weather Track", September 23, 1971; a programme for the "Official Reopening of the Richmond Arts Centre", February 29, 1980; a programme for the "Official Opening of the New Works Yard Facility" September 11, 1981; an invitation to the Official Opening of the New Works Yard Facility, September 11, 1981; an invitation to the Official Opening of the Richmond Arts Centre, October 3, 1967; a programme for the "Official Opening - South Arm Recreation Centre", May 31, 1975; a programme for the "Official Opening of the "Silver Rink" in memory of Harry "Silver" Minns", February 7, 1985; an invitiation to the Official Opening of the Minoru Aquatic Centre, October 8, 1977.

Queen Charlotte Airlines
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains ephemera, Queen Charlotte Airlines, Ltd. schedule cards (2), April 1948; A Queen Charlotte Airlines Schedule card August 1947; a Queen Charlotte Airlines Schedule pamphlet, November 1953; a Queen Charlotte Airlines pamphlet showing a route map and information on freight rates, aircraft and contact information, undated, ca. 1950; a Queen Charlotte Airlines schedule pamphlet, May 1950; a Queen Charlotte Airlines information pamphlet, undated, ca. 1948.
Name(s):
Queen Charlotte Airlines

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.)
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Annual Report 1978 Richmond Township Detachment; Annual Report 1991 Richmond RCMP; report on Steveston Community policing Station, undated; a field report on 'Richmond R.C.M.P. Youth Intervention Program' from Canadian Mental Health, December 1985; a letter to Councillor Harold Steves from E. C. MacAulay Superintendent, Richmond Detachment July 24, 2000;
Name(s):
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Recreation Centres
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a photograph, "Cambie Gym - 1930s", accession # 2010 97; a report "Richmond Sports Complex - Gateway to the Canada Summer Games & Commonwealth Games" by the Richmond Sports Complex Task Force, undated, ca. 1984; a chart, "Recreation Facilities in Richmond" with listings of parks, schools and community spaces with acivities available at those sites, June 1969; a report, "Richmond Sports and Leisure Complex Proposal" by the Richmond Sports Council, February 26, 1986; a report "Richmond City Wide Facilities Task Force Report 1992" by the City Wide Facilities Task Force, October 6, 1992; a report "Gulf of Georgia Country Club", a proposal to build a private family recreation club centre, 1960; a report "Breakdown of R.O.V.E.R.S. Survey Conducted 1973", a survey showing use of sports and recreation facilities by groups of local people, 1973; a typescript timeline showing the history leading up to the building of the Steveston Community Centre and estimated costs, May 1955 to March 1957; an essay "Recreation in the Municipality of Richmond", by Barbara Morris for UBC Recreation 396, October 23, 1972; a report "Health, Welfare and Recreational Facilities in Richmond Municipality: Inventory and Prospect" by the Richmond Community Chest Council, August 1965; a report "West Richmond Recreation Centre - Proposed Renovation and Addition" by the Richmond Recreation Centre Association, ca. 1977; invitation to the Official Opening of the South Arm Recreation Centre (3), May 31, 1975, along with the speaking notes from Betty Fernyhough who was president of the Association at the time.

Schools - Religious Schools
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a typed article by Greta Cheverton, undated, 'Early Sunday Schools - Steveston' which are the recorded reminiscences of Mrs. Ida B. Steeves;

Richmond
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a magazine article, "Richmond B.C., Business Life Special Report", Business Life Magazine, December, January 1981; a typescript list, "Richmonds", showing the locations of places named Richmond around the world, undated; a photocopy of a magazine article," Richmond", issued by the Richmond Board of Trade, undated, ca. 1925; a book, "Exploring Richmond", by Balynn Richards, 1979; magazines "Richmond and You", Volume 1, Nos.1 to 12, September 1980 to August 1981, Volume 2, Nos. 1,2,3,4,6,7 and 8, September 1981 to April 1982; a pamphlet, "Richmond, British Columbia, Canada", ca. 1971 (2 copies); a pamphlet, "Welcome to Richmond", ca. 1999; a tourist map, "Richmond", by the Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau, ca. 1984; a historical tour map, "Richmond: A Tour Through History", by the Corporation of the Township of Richmond Planning Department, January 1990; a folder of tourist information, "Richmond: Southwestern British Columbia", by the Southwestern British Columbia Tourist Association and containing a newsletter, "The Richmond Visitor", a pamphlet, "Richmond", a pamphlet, "Richmond Restaurant Guide" and a guidebook, "Discover Historic Steveston" all ca. 1982; an information sheet, "Richmond: What's in a Name....", undated; a letter from Sheelagh Draper, Archivist, City of Vancouver Archives to G. Morris, Deputy Clerk, Municipality of Richmond regarding the origin of the name "Richmond", with attached typscript copies of information around the naming of Richmond, January 26, 1977; a photocopy of a magazine article, "Richmond Record", August 1926; a reprint of a magazine article, "Richmond British Columbia", reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, May 1982; a reprint of a magazine article, "Richmond British Columbia", reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, May 1985 (3 copies); a reprint of a magazine article, "Richmond Finds a Place in the Sun", from Business Life Magazine, June 1977 (4 copies); a reprint of a magazine article, "Airport Community Site of $11 million Hyatt House", by Les Rimes, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, April 1973; an advertising feature, "Area Report: Richmond" by the Corporation of the Township of Richmond, ca. 1985; a magazine, "Vancouver Calender Magazine" with an article about Lulu Island farm produce, October 1976; a photocopy of a magazine article, "Richmond: The Maturation of a Suburb", from BC Business Magazine, February 1978; a photocopy of a magazine article, "Richmond: Fastest Growing Municipality in the Region", from BC Business Magazine, ca. 1978; a photocopy of a magazine article, "Richmond: Controlled Growth in an Ideal Location", from Business Life in Western Canada, by Donna Telford, January, February 1976; a reprint of a magazine article, "Richmond Has It All", from Business Life Magazine, by Donna Telford, February 1980 (and one photocopy); a tourist guide, "Welcome to British Columbia's Richmond" by the Mainland Southwest Tourist Association, undated, ca. 1970; a reprint of a magazine article, "Richmond, BC, Home of the Vancouver International Airport", reprinted from Outwest Magazine, ca. 1983; a promotional magazine, "Richmond, A Positive Environment for New Development", produced through the BC Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Culture, ca. 2001; a promotional magazine, "Richmond, Salmon Capitol of the World", produced by the Mainland Southwest Tourist association, ca. 1975; a promotional magazine, "Home of the Salmon Queen Festival - Richmond", produced by the Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau, 1977 (2 copies); a promotional magazine, "Around and About - Richmond British Columbia", produced by the Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau, ca. 1979 (2 copies); a promotional magazine, "Richmond", undated, uncredited; an information sheet, "Richmond : Greater Vancouver's Fastest Growing Business Centre", by the Development Services Department, Greater Vancouver Regional District, ca. 1985; an article, "Richmond - Where Secondary Industry is Primary", by Marnie Huckvale, reprinted from Business in BC Magazine, January 1974; an article, "Opportunities Await You in Richmond" by Robert Tyre, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, March 1967; an article, "Richmond has it all", by Donna Telford, reprinted from Business Life Magazine, February 1980; a typescript information handout, "Community Development Information, Municipality of Richmond, B.C., 1969; a typescript information handout, "Community Development Information, Municipality of Richmond, B.C., 1972; a typescript information handout, "Community Development Information, Municipality of Richmond, B.C., 1973; a typescript information handout, "Community Development Information, Municipality of Richmond, B.C., 1974; an article, "Dynamic Municipality Attracts Industrial, Retail Growth", by Caroline Jackson, reprinted from Trade and Commerce Magazine, May 1985; an article, "Area Report - Richmond", by the Business Development Officer, Corporation of the Township of Richmond, ca. 1988; a Visitor's Guide, "Richmond, British Columbia, Canada" by Tourism Richmond, 1992; an information brochure written in Japanese, by Economic Development Offices of Richmond, Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Richmond Visitors and Convention Bureau, ca. 1990; a photocopy of the poem "The Ballad of Yaada" by Pauline Johnson, in which Lulu Island is mentioned; a newspaper supplement, "Richmond Public Library", supplement form the Richmond Review, ca. 1986; a newspaper, Richmond Review, June 1, 1997, with articles about Richmond's economic development.
Name(s):
Richmond

Richmond Centennial Society ('79)
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Name(s):
Richmond '79 Centennial Society

Richmond Amateur Boxing Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains an information sheet, "Richmond Amateur Boxing Club" ca. 1967, 2 typescript copies and one manuscript.
Name(s):
Richmond Amateur Boxing Club

Richmond Artists' Guild
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Type
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a booklet, "Richmond Artists' Guild - 20th Anniversary", 1975; an information sheet, "Richmond Artists' Guild", 1964, 3 typescript copies.
Name(s):
Richmond Artists' Guild

Churches - Richmond Bethel Church
Part Of:
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Type
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File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a program, "Dedication - Richmond Bethel Church Mennonite Brethren", Jan. 14, 1973; a pamphlet, "Introducing Richmond Bethel Church Mennonite Brethren", June 1982; a typescript page referring to the history of the Seacliffe Cristian School, undated.
Name(s):
Richmond Bethel Church

Richmond Board of Trade
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article "Lulu Island Harbour and Dock Scheme" from the Vancouver World, May 18, 1912, 2 pages; a booklet, "The Richmond Board of Trade - Bylaws", September 10, 1959; a pamphlet, "Opportunities in Richmond", with map and illustrations, ca. 1950; a pamphlet, "Looking for a Location? - Here it Is!", with map and illustrations, ca. 1955; a photocopy of the Certificate of Association for the Richmond Board of Trade, 1925; a pamphlet, "Richmond - Your Invitiation to Prosperity" with photographs and illustrations, ca. 1956; a magazine article, "Richmond Record", with information about Richmond, August 1926; a magazine article reprint "Richmond - Lulu Island and Sea Island", issued by the Richmond Board of Trade, with information about Richmond, 1926 (one original and one photocopy); a magazine article "Richmond - Lulu Island and Sea Island" issued by the Richmond Board of Trade, 1927 (3 copies, one with missing first page).
Name(s):
Richmond Board of Trade
Richmond Chamber of Commerce

Richmond Canadian Football Association
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a summary of the history of the Richmond Canadian Football Association, February 6, 1967, one handwritten and one typescript.
Name(s):
Richmond Canadian Football Association

Richmond Carefree Society
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet outlining the services provided by the Richmond Carefree Society, typescript, undated, ca. 1970.
Name(s):
Richmond Carefree Society

Richmond Chamber of Commerce
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 box
Scope:
File contains a booklet, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce Roster and Calender", 1981; a pamphlet, "The Township of Richmond, British Columbia, Chamber of Commerce - Building Our Community", with a list of officers and information about Richmond, 1964; a book, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce - Roster, By-Laws and Buyers' Guide", 1985 - 86; a typescript list, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce - New Members from May 13, 1990", published April 9, 1991; a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Richmond History", with a history of Richmond and of the Chamber of Commerce, Richmond Review, May 30, 1975; a report, "Chamber of Commerce Brief - Property Tax", by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, July 1982 (2 copies); a book, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and Buyers' Guide - 1993 - 94"; a report "Membership Survey of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce", by Pacific Coast Research, March 9, 1987; a book, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and Buyers' Guide - 1990 /1991"; a book, "Richmond Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and Buyers' Guide - 1994 - 95"; a folder containing community information, "Richmond: A Community Profile", ca. 1986; a magazine article, "Richmond", issued by the Richmond Board of Trade, ca. 1925; 1 1994 VHS tape, titled "Richmond: A Connection From the Past Window to the Future
Name(s):
Richmond Chamber of Commerce
Richmond Board of Trade

Richmond Community Music School
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a booklet, "Richmond Community Music School - Prospectus 1982 - 1983"; a report, "Richmond Community Music School - Annual General Meeting", October 26, 1983.
Name(s):
Richmond Community Music School

Richmond Cricket Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains an outline of the history, growth and future plans of the Richmond Cricket Club, January 28, 1967, one manuascript copy and one typescript copy; a book, "Richmond Cricket Club, 1967 - 1992 - Twenty-Fifth Anniversary (2 copies).
Name(s):
Richmond Cricket Club

Richmond Crisis Support System
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "Report of the Richmond Crisis Support System", May 1973.
Name(s):
Richmond Crisis Support System

Richmond Dart Association
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a letter from P. Kelly, Secretary of the Richmond Dart Association to Jill Corry of the Richmond Records Project, outlining the history and objectives of the organization; a newsletter, " RDA - Richmond British Columbia", Vol. 1, Issue 2, June 1977.
Name(s):
Richmond Dart Association

Richmond Fire Department
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript "History of Fire Fighting in Richmond", ca. 1997; a list of members of the Richmond Fire Department, undated; a catalog, "SilverLine Fire Equipment for Municipal and Industrial Fire Departments", undated, ca. 1950; a printout from a City of Richmond website, "Department History - Fire Fighting in Richmond", November 23, 2004; a report, "A Brief Historical Outline of Fire Fighting in Richmond", material gathered and documented by Members of Local 1286, Richmond Fire Fighters, May 1973; a typescript timeline, "The Corporation of the Township of Richmond - Richmond Fire Department - History Outline of Development", ca 1967; a photocopy from a book, " Chapter 19 - The Richmond Fire Department", from RC Palmer Secondary School Centennial Project 1879 - 1979.
Name(s):
Richmond Fire Department

Richmond Game Protective Association
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a copy of By-Laws of the Richmond Game Protective Association, undated;
Name(s):
Richmond Game Protective Association

Richmond Gateway Theatre
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains 'your guide to the Richmond Gateway Theatre' opening two weeks, September 22-October 6, 1984; pamphlet 'Opening Gala Celebration' 29 September 1984; folder containing booking and rental information, Richmond Gateway Theatre Society and Surrounding Benefits, and a letter from Alderman Corisande Percival-Smith October 18, 1982; Richmond Gateway Theatre pamphlet and order form for May 1986;
Name(s):
Richmond Gateway Theatre

Richmond Gem and Mineral Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains copies of an annual report describing the origins of the club beginning July 28, 1960 and filed January 11, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Gem and Mineral Club

Richmond General Hospital
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains An article from The Times February 25, 1960 'History of the Richmond Hospital Society'; folder containing numerous annual reports from the 1990s; Official opening Ceremonies program dated Sunday, February 27, 1966; folder containing a 'vote yes' flyer for the December 6, 1962 vote.; article dated July 25, 1979 'Richmond: 100 Years of Progress 1879-1979'; a report titled 'Richmond General Hospital Master Plan Update' October 1991; Richmond Hospital Society Annual Report for 1988; Richmond General Hospital Annual Report 1984-85; Annual Report 1986; Annual Report 1987; In Camera Council meeting minutes December 12, 1960 re. Hospital for Richmond; copy of the Land Transfer from the Corporation of the Township of Richmond to the Richmond Hospital Society, June 11, 1962 By-Law No. 1903; copy of The Corporation of the Township of Richmond By-Law No. 1925; Handbook for Hospital Trustees, 'A Guide To Service', March 6, 1969; pamphlet 'Richmond - Greater Vancouver's Fastest Growing Business Centre' 1985;
Name(s):
Richmond General Hospital

Schools - Richmond High School
Part Of:
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File contains RHS "Etudiant", March 1940; two copies of RHS "Etudiant" Annual 1940; two copies of RHS "Etudiant" Annual 1941; RHS Annual 1942; RHS Annual 1943; RHS Annual 1944; two copies of RHS Annual 1945; Poem by Ruth A. MacWilliam, "Classroom, Spring 1945; RHS Annual 1946; RHS Graduation Year Book 1947; RJunior-Senior HS Annual "The Momento" 1953; RHS Annual "Etudiant" 1958; RHS "Etudiant" December 1958; two copies of RHS June 'Valedictory Exercises' invitations for 1965; RHS Annual 1972-73; RHS Annual 1973-74; RHS 60th Reunion, 1988; "Saying Farewell" 1928-1995 to RHS and Cambie Junior, Secondary; RHS memoirs and histories; RHS "Cambie Gym" by Dody Wray; RHS various newspaper clippings; RHS Programme of Plays and Music, March 28, 1930;
Name(s):
Richmond High School

Richmond Junior Forest Wardens
Part Of:
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Type
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File
Scope:
File contains hand written document 'Junior Forest Wardens District 105 (Richmond)' undated history to 1967; two typed versions of the above;
Name(s):
Richmond Junior Forest Wardens

Richmond Juvenile Soccer League
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of annual report for January 1967; official opening invitation to Hugh Boyd Park opening October 18, 1970; Souvenir Program for Park opening October 18, 1970; small envelope with writing; RYSA 23rd Annual Soccer Days programme for April 19-20, 1980;
Name(s):
Richmond Juvenile Soccer League

Richmond Lacrosse Club
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains copies of an annual activity report dated February 9, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Lacrosse Club

Richmond Lawn Bowling Club
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains interview notes from May 26, 1976, written by Mrs. Ella Jackson; a history and growth description of the club, dated February 8, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Lawn Bowling Club

Richmond Majorettes
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a flyer "The Richmond Thunderbirds" 1982-83 Registration; history and growth description, february 6, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Majorettes

Churches - Richmond Methodist Church
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "Richmond Circuit Report for the Year Ending April 30th, 1914", printed by the Eburne Press; a report, "Richmond Methodist Church - estab. 1891", 1975; a report, "Richmond Minoru Chapel/ The Chapel in the Park", 1975.
Name(s):
Richmond Methodist Church

Richmond Minor Baseball
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains activity descriptions for South Richmond, North Richmond, West Richmond and the Housewive's Softball League for 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Minor Baseball

Richmond Minor Hockey Association
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Richmond Minor Hockey Association Organized 1965 Constitution; Richmond Minor Hockey Association Magazine 1977; Richmond Minor Hockey Association Midget ‘B’ Hockey Tournament program – January 1-4, 1981; Richmond Sockeyes 1986-1987 souvenir program; Richmond Minor Hockey Association 7th Annual Midget ‘B’ Hockey Tournament program – December 27-30, 1986; 1985/6 Pee Wee “AAA” Provincial Championships, host Richmond Minor Hockey Association, March 30-April 3, 1986.
Name(s):
Richmond Minor Hockey Association

Richmond Motorcycle Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a history and growth description for February 13, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Motorcycle Club

Richmond Photo Club
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a CD "Wind Waves"; member presentations April 27-May8, 1989; "A Collection of Members' Photographs" 30th Anniversary Edition - June 2010;
Name(s):
Richmond Photo Club

Richmond Pony Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains three copies of history and growth description for January 11, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Pony Club

Churches - Richmond Presbyterian Church
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains three books, "A Historical Sketch of Richmond Presbyterian Church, Marpole, B.C., 1861 - 1925", prepared by The Session, June 1925; a book, "Richmond Presbyterian Church Silver Anniversary 1960 - 1985", a pamphlet, "Richmond Presbyterian Church" inviting people to worship at the church and includes a brief history of the church, undated; "Richmond Presbyterian Church: Our History 1960 to 2016".
Name(s):
Richmond Presbyterian Church

Richmond Public Library
Part Of:
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Type
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File
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File contains historical background paper; 1994 Annual Staff Report to the Chief Librarian; pamphlet "chapter 2'; pamphlet '35 years at the Richmond Public Library 2010', report to the community; Richmond Review insert article on Richmond Public Library, June 7, 1987; Staff Annual Report to the Chief Librarian 1991; Richmond Public Library Annual Report 1990; pamphlet for 1992 Annual Report; two flyers for 'The Information Kiosk at Richmond Public Library' undated; flyer 1993 Annual Report; Ironwood Branch Opening invitation, December 15, 1998; 1994 Annual Report; 1995 Annual Staff Report to the Chief Librarian; Annual Report 1992; Annual Report 1995Annual Report 1996; Annual Report 1987; Statistics Package report, August 2000; Annual Report 1996; Annual Report to the Community 1998 and 1999; RPL 2001 Strategic Plan 1996-2001; Annual Report for 2008, (english and madarin); Annual Report 1989; Annual Report 1991; Richmond Times article "Flock to Libraries" September 30, 1986; Annual Reports for 1979,1982,1983,1984,1985, 1986, 1988;
Name(s):
Richmond Public Library

Richmond Public Library Board
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Financial Statements for 1981, 1983, 1984 and 1992; Annual Reports for 1996 and 1997; "RPL 2001" Strategic Plan1996-2001; RPL Annual reports for 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2000, 1999; undetermined language pamphlet; information flyer "Where Does it Come From?"; flyer "Fraser Valley Regional Library"; flyer "Interesting information about the Richmond Public Library"; list of RPL past board members; Richmond Review supplement October 1, 1986 "Look to Library for Business Help"; RPL opening ceremonies, June 21, 1980; RPL 'Fact Sheet' for Plebiscite to withdraw from the Fraser Valley Regional Library; Draft copy "Richmond Central Library Site Evaluation"; Invitation to the Official opening of RPL June 21, 1980; RPL pamphlet "Automated Circulation comes to Richmond Public Library"; Annual Reports for 1978, 1980 and 1981; RPL Provisional Budget Estimated 1982; RPL Provisional Budget 1983; RPL Provisional 1984 Operating Budget; RPL 1985 Provisional Budget; RPL Planning Documents, undated; RPL Planning Report, September 1984; two copies of RPL "Plan of Service/Building Program, June 1977"; various extra multiligual copies of community reports;
Name(s):
Richmond Public Library Board

Richmond Residents Association
Part Of:
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File
Scope:
File contains pamphlet for RRA "What is it?"; RRA Summary of Actions - 1973-74;
Name(s):
Richmond Residents Association

Richmond Riding and Driving Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains history and growth report January 11, 1967
Name(s):
Richmond Riding and Driving Club

Richmond Rod and Gun Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains history and growth report February 8, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Rod and Gun Club

Richmond Rugby Football Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of the annual growth and history;
Name(s):
Richmond Rugby Club

Richmond Savings Credit Union
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains photocopy of entrance to Brighouse Branch, Feb. 3, 1984; Credit Union History 1947 to 1983; memo from Elaine Dun to Bill Purver re. Old Images of Richmond Savings CU; newsletters for 'Enterprise' February, 1972 to September 1976; John Harrison obituary February 1-2, 2003; Annual report 1977; large fold-out map of Richmond area and message from William Regan, President, undated; newsprint fold out edition of 'Enterprise' newsletter, September 1979;
Name(s):
Richmond Savings Credit Union

Richmond Scale Model Racing Car Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of the growth and history of the club, January 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Scale Model Racing Car Club

Richmond School Board
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a hand written and typed copy of the history of the board by Mrs. Maude Steves, '1955 Elected to the School Board'; Booklet "Foundations", circa 1999-2000; "Evaluation Project" August 1987; Memo re. 'Policies and Regulations' 1979 to 1976; article from Richmond Review re. appointment of Robert Toews as superintendent of schools, July 16, 1982; Duotang folder "Education" which appears to be a person's thesis; Annual Report 1990 -1991; Annual Report 1993-1994; Anual Report 1993; teacher recruitment pamphlet 1971; Report on possible site for the school board "Center 38" by Collins & Brockington, architects; report on 'Long-Term Capital Needs of the Richmond School District', August 1989; two booklets "Richmond School of Commerce, undated; A report on "School Needs For Richmond 1959-61" September 1958; addenda to "Policy 6151 - Pupil/Teacher Ratio", March 1980; referendum No. 14 urging voters to vote 'yes' December 9, 1972; "Directory of Student Support Services For Richmond Pupils", September, 1980; File folder in box containing 'Information on the organization and Administration of Richmond School System' and one page on Index; Booklet "The Shape of Things to Come in B.C. Education"; a paper "The Role of the School Board in the B.C. Public School System"; a paper "Regulations Governing Proceedings of the Richmond School Board and Amended January 1960"; partial file folder of "various Duties" July 1963; "District analysis Population and Enrolment trends" volume 1 and 2 1989 school enrolment projections; Binder of "Policies By-Laws Regulations" circa 1982;
Name(s):
Richmond School Board

Richmond Sports Council
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File
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File folder 'Canadian Foresters Games' contains Richmond Review Supplement "Games for the Physically Disabled", August 20. 1989; Review article "Ilich latest gold sponsor" December 16, 1988; Times article "Solicitation for funds caused concern among committee" 2/3/89; Review article "Games welcomed but funds denied" 2/17/89; Times article "Games bills now paid" March 20, 1990; Times article "Disabled medal events" March 31,; Review photo of Rotary AM Club cheque presentation; Times article "Disabled Games receive grant" April 28, 1989; Review article "Disabled Games organizers ready to go" May 3/89; Review articles "Foresters back Games" and "Games volunteers needed" May 17/89; Review photo of cheque presentation by Petro Canada, May 14, 1989; News article "Games volunteers needed" June 7/89; Review article "Aldermen balk at Games plan" January 20/89; Review article "Aldermen fears Games budget overrun"an 28/88; Times article "Parks Commission against funding summer Games" June 22, 1990; News article "Municipal Comment" by Greg Halsey-Brandt, July 4, 1990; information flyer "Celebration of Ability - Not Disability"; Times article "Canadian Forester Games" Aug 11/89; Review articles "Disabled Games needs volunteers" and "Disabled Games a real treat" Aug. 25/89, and a News article "Disabled Games Start Monday" Aug 16/89; Review photo "Taking a break" August 25, 1989; photo of wheelchair athletes, undated; Times photo of wheelchair racers, September 1, 1989; photo undated "Ride Like The Wind" of a wheelchair race; Times photo of wheelchair athlete from Quebec, September 1, 1989; Review article "Disabled Games organizers seeking volunteers" September 26,; File folder 'BC Summer Games' contains Events Schedule, August 3,4,5, 1979; Summer Games decal. File folder 'Bowling Alley' contains Reveiw article " 'George and Les' Open thier Boladrome" , June 30, 1948; unnamed advertisement "Congratulations to proprietors George R. Brunton and Les Gould; File folder 'Horse racing' contains photos of Don McKay, Exhibition Park and Brighouse Park Club House; The Province article "Don McKay knows his horses" April 30, 1960; Sun article "McKay finally sees finish line after 17 years" June 19, 1964; Province article "School for young horses"April 13, 1961; photo of horse bucking titled "Knees up Willie Brown"; article "Perspective' about Clay Puett "The Man Who Gave Racing a Fresh Start"; News Herald article and photo "News-Herald 'Foul' Wins 1st Race" June 17, 1952; two copies of a photo of Lansdowne Park race, April 1948; article dated 1960 "Clay Puett Discusses Starting Gates; Plans to Introduce New One This Fall"; article "Puett Takes Steward Job"; Review article "Oldtimers remember grand racing days" May 30, 1975; article "Lansdowne sale boosts B.C. Turf" and article "Record Not In The Books. McKay Does Excellent Job. Method Varies From Usual."; page with Don McKay's address and photo references but no photo; File folder 'Police & Fire Games' contains Review article "Work continues for '89 Games" Jan 17/88; News article "Spectacular opening Ceremonies For '89 Police & Fire Games" July 19, 1989; News article "Games Events In Richmond Aug 2 to 5, July 26, 1989; News article "World Police & Fire Games Attracts 7,000 Athletes" July 26, 1989; News article "World Police And Fire Games" July 26, 1989; News advertisement for the Games; Review article and photo "out-of-uniform police and firemen poised to strut stuff at Games" July 28/89; article "Richmond to host World Police and Fire Games events"; News article WP&FG Track Events Start Here Today" August 2, 1989; photos of various events; File folder 'Commonwealth Games Bid' contains Review article "Harbor makes Victoria victorious", November 11, 1987; article "Victoria wins but so does Richmond", Nov 11/87; Review article "Games go off shore" Nov 11/87; Review article "Message from Mayor and Council, Commonwealth Games" Nov 25/87;Review artricle "Games bids get new look" Dec 11/87; Times article "Victoria's absence buoys Richmond's hopes of landing Canada Games" September 20, 1988; Times article "Preparing Summer Games bid" 1/6/89; Times article "Richmond in line to be the site 1993 Canada Summer Games" 2/14/89; Review article "Canada Games bid goes to council" 2/24/89; Times article "Games bid has $19M pricetag" Feb 28/89; Review article "Games bid passes obstacle" March 1/89; Times article "Council approves Summer Games bid" March 7/89; News article "Bill McNulty Richmond's Man in Motion" Mar 8/89; Review article "Steves said wrong about Games proposal" March 10/89; Times article "Five bid to host Games" March 14/89; Review article "Games plan pared down" and "Games plan moves ahead" March 17/89;Times article "IT'S OFFICIAL Richmond in the race for Games" March 31/89; Review article "Slimmer Games bid wins nod" March 31/89; Review article "Richmond shitfs (sic) Games drive into high gear" April 12/89; News article "Bill McNulty" April 12/89; News article "Municipal Comment by Greg Halsey-Brandt" April 12/89; Review article "Citizens encouraged to boost Games bid" April 16/89; article "Games council in Richmond" April 18/89; News article "Bill McNulty" April 26/89; Times article "Provincial support for Games" April 21/89; Review article "ss of Games But promise to lobby for facilities" June 4/89; News article "Bill McNulty" June 7/89News article "Decision Hard To Swallow" June 7/89; News article "Richmond games bid faulty, says Siddon" June 7/89; News article "Municipal Comment by Greg Halsey-Brandt" June 7/89; News photo of Canada Games Site Evaluation Committee; article "The Richmond Raiders-How It All Began"; booklet "Tenth Annual International Goodwill and Friendship Baseball Tournament" August 15-22, 1987; programme for Bison Baseball National Finals, Minoru Park August 22-24, 1986; Review article "Richmond has rich Summer Olympic history" July 27, 2012; Urban Reader article "Root For The Home Team" Vol. 6, No. 3, 1978; Souvenir Program for the BC Summer Games 1979, Richmond; Complete binder for the 1993 Richmond Jeux Canada Games;
Name(s):
Richmond Sports Council

Richmond Tennis Club
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains history and growth report, January 12, 1967;
Name(s):
Richmond Tennis Club

Richmond Thunderbird Baton and Drum Corps
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains growth and history review, undated;
Name(s):
Richmond Thunderbird Baton and Drum Corps

Richmond Timing Association
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains growth and history report January 18, 1966;
Name(s):
Richmond Timing Association

Richmond Winter Club
Part Of:
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Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains booklet of "Roster 1985-86" and brief history;
Name(s):
Richmond Winter Club

Richmond Women's Resource Centre
Part Of:
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Type
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File
Scope:
File contains copy of "Free Space"April 1978; copy of "Free Space" February, 1980
Name(s):
Richmond Women's Resource Centre

Richmond Writers Workshop
Part Of:
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of "A Centennial Collection of Richmond Writings" 1979;
Name(s):
Richmond Writers Workshop

Roads
Part Of:
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Type
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Level:
File
Scope:
File contains memo from clerk's Department to Council re. "Road Name Lists" june 28, 1979; two copies of Interim Report "Richmond East/West Road (Gilley Line) Environmental/Land Use Study";

Schools
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File contains commemorative book "Reflections" A Tribute to Steveston's Silver Jubilee; Master's thesis by John Macdougall "A Survey of Richmond Municipality Relative to the Establishment of a Junior High School" October 1937; paper by James Aberdeen, "The Growth and Development of Education School District No. 38, Richmond B.C. 1930-1970; copy of a photograph provided by Retired Teachers Association of English School 1904-1949; folder containing two pamphlets "Great! But we NEED More Clasrooms" December 9, 1967 referenda, pamphlet "There's a Limit" December 15, 1956 referenda, pamphlet "More Children More Elementary Schools" May 11, 1963 referenda; A report on Community Schools in Greater Vancouver, June 24, 1983; "Parks and Schools for Richmond", Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board, 1957; photograph from Retired Teachers Association of English School class, circa 1913-14, Teacher Mrs. Miller; biography notes of William Bridge, Frederick Arthur Tomsett, James Whiteside, Alfred B. Dixon, and B.W. Garratt; Jessie Wowk Elementary School handbook for Parents, Students and Visitors 1992-1993; maps of Elementary and Secondary schools in Richmond, September 1993; "School and Municipal Option Studies" Section 24 Assessment Act prepared by British Columbia Assessment Authority, August 31, 1979; "A Study of School Population Distribution and Trends in Richmond Municipality with Recommendations Regarding Expansion of School Facilities" by J. Innes Macdougall, January 1, 1945; School District No. 38 (Richmond) Pupil Enrolment Summary Regular format December 31, 1991; one page McKay Elementary School, a brief history, April 2006; pamphlet for Official Opening of Donald E. McKay Elementary School, November 22, 1961; Richmond Review article "McKay family at school opening 14/12/61; pamphlet for "Official Opening of Harry Eburne Elementary School", March 12, 1963; pamphlet for "Official Opening of William Bridge Elementary School" March 5, 1970; School District report September 17, 1996; School District No. 38 "Spring Report" March 1989; Highlights of the January 7 & 21, 1991 Richmond School Board Meeting; Ministry of Education "Education Report" article 'Steveston High enlists the resources of its graduates' January 1988; program for the "Official Opening of Kathleen McNeely Elementary School" February 13, 1992; excerpt from "Vignettes of Richmond" Richmond '79 Centennial Society, "SCHOOL DAYS" by Barbara Hynek; District Enrolment and Staffing Month End report, January 31, 1999; "District Incentive Program" Questions and Answers; Official Opening program for Charles E. London Elementary School November 18, 1965; Official opening program for James McKinney Elementary School, November 25, 1965; Official Opening program for Austin Harris Elementary School, November 25, 1965; Official Opening program for Howard Debeck Elementary School, June 21, 1968; Official Opening pamphlet for Manoah Steves Elementary School, November 18, 1965; pamphlet "Welcome to Richmond Schools", July, 1994; a report by Leslye Hartley "The Old Richmond "Superior" School" 1973; Richmond News article "New school pays homage to pioneer" (re. Jessie Wowk) November 18, 1992; A Report on "School Needs for Richmond 1959-61" from The Lower Mainland Regional Planning Board, September 1958; "1988 Municipal/School Board Audit" 1988; "School Sites for Richmond" March 1954; A copy of "The Palmer PILGRIM" 1960; invitation to attend the official opening of "Samuel Brighouse Elementary School, December 3, 1965; a variety of historical references of Richmond Schools from 1891 to 1976; two copies of a supplement to the Richmond Review "Richmond Schools" October 28, 1990; supplement to the Richmond Review "Richmond Schools" May 29, 1991; Richmond Board of School Trustees "Schools" April 1989;

Sea Island
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File
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File contains article titled "An Archaeological Resource Overview of Sea Island, Richmond, British Columbia" (Heritage Conservation Act Permit 1990-15) by Leonard C. Ham; Sea Island Heritage Society annual calendars for the years 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "The Long Wait That Paid Off" by Mickey Carlton, December 4, 1963; newspaper clipping "Service Station Now Selling the New B.-A. 88-98 Gasoline", June 14, 1950; article "The Cork Mill" by Doreen Montgomery Braverman, from Nikkei Images, Summer 2008, Vol. 13, No. 2; Vancouver Sun newspaper clipping "Couple won't run away from runway fight" September 4, 1984; article from Vancouver magazine July 1986 "Phantoms of Sea Island" by Sean Rossiter; Marpole-Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Sea Island, Where the Old Mingles with the New", March 25, 1936; newspaper clipping "Happy Community Life 40 Years Ago"; newspaper clipping "Sea Island Still Bespeaks Better Times"; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Sea Island Zoning to Bar Further Residences", April 16, 1957; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Angry Sea Islanders Protest Garbage Fill", May 21, 1958; Marpole-Richmond Review newspaper clipping "More Electricity for Sea Island Industry", April 19, 1950; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Project on Sea Island Announced", March 27, 1957; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Six-storey hotel planned on Island", March 16, 1961; Richmond Review newspaper clipping "New Shopping Area Planned for Sea Island", October 17, 1956; Marpole-Richmond Review newspaper clipping "New Sea Island Airplane Plant May Employ From 3000 to 5000 Workers", November 6, 1940; Marpole-Richmond Review newspaper clipping "Sea Island Farms Give Way to Growing Airport", May 12, 1943; newspaper clipping "More Sea Island Property Is Passing to the Airport", November 4, 1942; Richmond Review newspaper article "Two Roads on Sea Is. Closed", May 6, 1959; article "Trading Places: Early Richmond businesses survived on trust, service", February 12, 1999.
Name(s):
Sea Island

Sea Island Community and Ratepayers Association
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains pamphlet for 'Fall & Winter Programme' September 16, 1963; two copies of history and growth dated August, 1966; Terms of Reference and Nature of the Community, October 26, 1977;
Name(s):
Sea Island Community and Ratepayers Association

Schools - Sea Island School
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains single, onion skin page "Sea Island 1890 1920 1943"; undated article "Sea Island School Officially Opened"; article "Seek Permit For Sea Island School" pencil dated October, 17, 1945, but suspect; Charter certificate plus a photocopy for "Sea Island Parent-Teacher Association" October 29, 1947
Name(s):
Sea Island School

Churches - Sea Island United Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript report, "Sea Island United Church - estab. 1958", undated; three programs, "Sea Island United Curch - Dedication and Opening Services", Sept. 28, 1958; a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Settlers Bring Church", undated; a photocopy of a magazine article, "B.C.'s Building Boom", by E.L. Homewood, The Observer, March 1, 1960, with reference to the Sea Island United Church; a photocopy of a newspaper article, "Sea Island United Dedication Ceremony", Richmond-Marpole Times, Sept. 25, 1958; copies of documents relating to the construction of and opening of the Sea Island United Church, including a request for input on design, a letter of invitation to the dedication ceremony of the church from the Sea Island United Church Building Committee, Sept. 15, 1958 and a donation commitment card.
Name(s):
Sea Island United Church

Seeds (Agriculture)
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
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File
Scope:
File contains "A Brief History of the Tree Seed Business in British Columbia" by R. Gordon Roche; "Ritchies Seed Catalogue" 1953; Brown Bros. Florists Limited catalogue 1956; "Spencer's Garden Book" 1948;

Services
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
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File
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File contains "Green Book 80-81" Richmond; "The Green Book" 1978-79; Green Book 79-80; Family Services "Groups 1982 Fall"; "Blue Book" undated; "Richmond Directory of Services" United Way 1984; Richmond Directory of Services 1986; Richmond Seniors Directory, undated; Community Resource Directory for Seniors, August 1986; Directory of Services for Disabled Richmond Residents, 1981; Richmond Directory of Services by United Way, undated; Richmond Seniors Directory, September 1984; Richmond Family Place flyer, undated; "Inside Richmond" 1966; "Inside Richmond" 1969 and 1970; Richmond's "Swinging Directory" 1971 and 1972;

Sewage Disposal
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains photo of Iona Island Sewage Treatment Plant and Plant Process; two reports of Richmond Sewage Survey, June 1966, with August 1966 Amendment; report on Opposition to Establishemnt of a Sewage Disposal Plant on Iona Island, July 1957; report on Richmond Sewerage Survey, June 1966; Sea Island Sewerage Survey, January 1965; three copies of a Report on Oxidation Ditch Wastewater Ttreatment Plant, June 16, 1969; two copies a Report to The Metropolitan Joint Committee, Vancouver B.C. for Sewer and Sewerage Treatment Facitilities, May 1959; Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage Board, Richmond Sewarage Survey, June 1966; copy of The Proposed Annicis Island Sewage Treatment Plant, Appendix 1 by Charles Purpora; copy of Sewage Disposal of the Township of Richmond by Charles Purpora, Appendix 7;

Social Credit Party
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains booklet "Four Years of Progress" with Social Credit in British Columbia, August 1952 to August 1956; booklet "Two Years of Progress" August 1952 to August 1954; booklet "Our Greatest 6 Years" August 1952 to August 1958;
Name(s):
Social Credit Party

South Arm Community Association
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two invitations to the opening ceremonies of the new addition, October 17, 1992; two copies of a brief history of the south Arm Community Association;
Name(s):
South Arm Community Association

South Arm Senior Citizens Branch 59
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains three copies a history and growth of the South Arm Senior Citizens Branch 59, February 15, 1967;
Name(s):
South Arm United Church

Churches - South Arm United Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a report, "South Arm United Church - A History", compiled by Dr. F.E. Runnals, Dr. Jack Lewis, and Peter Woodward in 2005, donated by Pat Paxton, Dec. 2007; a manuscript report, "History of South Arm United Church" by Ray Noble, undated; a typescript copy of a speech given by Mr. Max McNair about the history of South Arm United Church and Richmond, undated; two copies of a report, "History of South Arm United Church" by F.E. Runnals, July 1965 and given to the Richmond Historical Society Jan. 17, 1970; a newsletter from South Arm United Church, undated; a newsletter, "The Celebrator", Vol.3, No.6 from South Arm United Church, July/Aug. 1973; a report, "A History of South Arm United Church" by Dr. F.E. Runnals, July 1965.
Name(s):
South Arm United Church

Sports
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File box contains article on "The Richmond Raiders-How It All Began"; file folder "BC Summer Games" contains summer games agenda 1979 and decal; file folder "Bowling Alley" contains Richmond Review article, June 30, 1948, "The First Ball Down The Lane" and congratulatory advertisement on the opening of the Boladrome; file folder "Horse Racing" contains phtocopy of photos of Don McKay (1963-65), Exhibition Park (1965) and Brighouse Park Club House (mid-1920's); The Province "Don McKay knows his horses" April 30, 1960; article dated June 30, 1964 "McKay finally sees finish line after 17 years"; article from The Province April 13, 1964 "School for young horses"'; photo of horse Willie Brown "Knees up Willie Brown"; article on Clay Puett "The Man Who Gave Racing A Start" undated from Perspective; undated article from News Herald "News Heralds's '50 Name The Foal Filly Miss Publicity, Wins 1st Racing Start"; two copies of photos of Lansdowne Park, 1948; article "Clay Puett Discusses Starting Gates; Plans to Introduce New One This Fall"; article from The Lansdowne Line "Puett Takes Steward Job" July 4, 1961; article from Richmond Review "Oldtimers remember grand racitng days", May 30, 1975; article BC Highlights "Lansdowne sale boosts B.C. Turf"; blank page with photo information but no photo; file folder 'Police and Fire Games' contains Richmond Review article "Work continues for '89 Games" January 17, 1988; Richmond News article "Spectacular Opening Ceremonies For '89 Police & Fire Games" July 19, 1989; Richmond News article "Games Events In Richmond Aug 2 to 5"; Richmond News article "World Police & Fire Games Attracts 7,000 Athletes" July 26, 1989; Richmond News article "World Police and Fire Games" july 26, 1989; Advertisement for games; article in Richmond Review "Out-of-uniform police and firemen poised to strut stuff at Games" july 28, 1989; undated and unatributed article "Richmond to host World Police and Fire Games events"; Richmond News article "WP&FG Track Events Start Here Today" August 2, 1989; photocopies of competing athletes Daniel Kennedy and Barry Moore file folder 'Commonwealth Games Bid' contains Review articles Nov. 11/87 "games group balks at disabled sports" "Victoria wins but so does Richmond" "Games go off shore"; "Message from the Mayor and Council Commonwealth Games,Review Nov. 25/87; review article "Games bids get new look" Dec. 11/87; Review article "Victoria absence buoys Richmond's hopes of landing Canada Games" Sep. 20/88; Times article "Preparing Summer Games bid" 1/6/89; Times article Richmond in line to be the site 1993 Canada Summer Games" Feb. 14, 1989; Review article "Canada Games bid goes to council" 2/24/89; "Lamond defends Canada Games bid" Mar,. 10/89; Times article "Games bid has $19M pricetag" Feb. 28/89; Review article "Games bid passes obstacle" Mar 1/89; Times article "Council approves Summer Games bid" Mar 7/89; News article "Bill McNulty Richmond's Man in Motion" Nov 8/89; Review article "steves said wrong about Games proposal" Mar 10/89; Times article "Five bid to host Games" Mar 14; Review article "Games plan pared down" Mar 17/89; Times article "Richmond is in the race" Mar 31/89; Review article "Slimmer Games bid wins nod" Mar 31/89; Review article "Richmond shitfs (sic) Games drive into high gear" April12/89; News article April 12/89; News article "Municipal Comment" Apr 12/89Review article "Citizens encouraged to boost Games bid" Apr 16/89; article "Games Council in Richmond" Apr 18/89; News article "Bill McNulty" Apr 26/89Times article "Provincial support for Games" Apr 27/89; Review article "SS of Games But promise to lobby for facilities" Jun 4/89; News article "Bill McNulty" Jun 7/89news article "Decision Hard To Swallow" Jun 7/89; News article "Richmond games bid faulty, says Siddon" Jun 7/89; News article "Municipal Comment by Greg Halsey-Brandt" Jun 7/89; copy of a News photo of Site Evaluation committee, Apr 26/89; file folder "Canadian Foresters Games for the Disabled" contains supplement to the Review "Games for the Games for the Physically Disabled" 1989

Churches - St. Alban's Anglican Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a pamphlet, "St. Alban's Church - Richmond - Room to Grow Fund", 1987; a book, "St. Alban's - A String of Beads" by Betty Ball; a photocopy of a photograph labelled "Original setting of St, Alban's Anglican Church"; a photocopy of the book "St. Alban's - A String of Beads" by Betty Ball; a newsletter, "The Richmond Mirror" Vol. 1 No. 1, Nov. 1931; a photocopy of a manuscript, "Records of- St. Anne's Church, Steveston, St. Alban's Church, Eburne, St. Jerome's Church, South Arm", Marriages, baptisms, confirmations, funerals, 1898 -1909; a photocopy of a plan for St. Alban's, "St. Alban's Memorial Church - Tentative Design", copied from the Marpole-Richmond Review, Oct.16, 1946; a copy of "A History of the Parish of St. Alban, Richmond, B.C.: A String of Beads Volume 2" by Don H. Thomson.
Name(s):
St. Alban Anglican Church

Churches - St. Anne's Anglican Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript report, "History of Lulu Island Parish - Vancouver, B.C.", 1930; a book, "Centennial History of St. Anne's-Steveston 1891-1991" by Patricia Knight published 1991.
Name(s):
St. Anne's Anglican Church

Churches - St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript report, "St. Paul Parish - Richmond" detailing the church's history; two programs, "Celebrating Our Memories 1935-1985 - St. Paul's 50th Anniversary Souvenir Programme"; a typescript letter from Donald F. Tuline, C.E.O. of Richmond Savings Credit Union to Father Nicholson of St. Paul's Parish in honour of the parish'e 50th anniversary; a typescript report, "Golden Anniversary at St. Paul's", undated; a 1985 calender, "Celebrating Our Memories -1935 - 1985 - St. Paul's Parish 50th Anniversary"; two programs, "2017 Filipino Fiesta Dinner & Dance", includes history of St. Paul Parish 1935 - 2017.
Name(s):
St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church

Star Promenaders Square Dance Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains three copies of a history and growth of the group Febraury 8, 1967; a brief historical report on "Richmond Star Promenadors 25th Anniversary" 1959-1984;
Name(s):
Star Promenaders Square Dance Club of Richmond

Theatres
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains two copies of an article "Steva Theatre Expected to Show Pictures This Week" September 24, 1947; article from Richmond & You "Steva Theatre-Steveston", October, 1980; Steva advertisements and movie schedule for August; two Richmond Review advertisements October 22, 1947 and November 19, 1947; pamphlet for Lulu Theatre, December, 1956, "Photo-Nite and Pal Nite"
Name(s):
Steva Theatre

Steveston
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a 2013 Steveston Village Conservation Strategy Report; a 2009 artcile in Western Mariner titled "New Plan for Steveston Harbour"; an article from January 22, 1975 in the Richmond Review titled "A Prospect of Steveston village"; an article from Richmond Review September 2, 2006, titled "The new Steveston"; various articles on Steveston from the Richond Review June 21, 1967; a postcard "Greetings from the historic charm of Steveston, British Columbia, Canada"; programme for "Coronation Celebration Brighouse Park Wednesday, May 12, 1937"; Richmond Review article dated November 16, 1977, "Council shocked as dyke trees felled"; various articles about Steveston in Below Sea Level '74'; Steveston Walking Map 2002, 3 copies; an article by Ann C. Svendsen titled "Steveston: A Social Profile, prepared for The Fraser River Harbour Commission, August, 1983; two booklets "Steveston Waterfront Development, May 1983" and "Steveston Waterfront Development Site E, 12 April, 1983; pamphlet titled "A Look at Steveston"; a picture of a Steveston tram and buildings by artist Brian Croft; newspaper The Steveston Phoenix, June 19, 1987; pamphlet "Historic Steveston Village"; Richmond Review article "Steveston's early days recalled"; Richmond Review article dated September 20, 1998, "One Fight Left - Fishers hold out hope for cannery"; Richmond Review article October 5, 1990, "Steveston Landing a popular local attraction"; Richmond Review article on Steveston Waterfront dated September 20, 1998, "Council agrees to compromise"; "Imperial Landing at Steveston: Heritage Interpretation Plan" by Donald Luxton & Associates.
Name(s):
Steveston

Steveston Community Society
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Richmond Review article photograph dated October 22, 1989, "Net-Cutting ceremony"; Steveston Community Society article, two originals and re-typed, dated Feb. 8 1967 covering the year 1946; article dated August 6, 1968 describing the historical evolution of the Steveston Committee Society; undated 56-page document titled "Tradition and Change: A History of the Steveston Community Society by Victoria Kendall; invitation to attend the official opening of Martial Arts Centre, March 18th, 1972; Steveston's Community Society's "Women's Auxiliary Report 1957-1976; postcard of Steveston Martial Arts Centre, official opening March 8th, 1972; "A Voters List of The Electors Deemed to be Benefitted by the Proposed Steveston Community Centre" dated August 31, 1956; Steveston Community Society Salmon Queen Carnival program for July 1, 1953; Steveston Community Society Martial Arts Centre pamphlet; Richmond Review article dated October 18, 1989 "Steveston Celebrates Opening" of Steveston Community Centre.
Name(s):
Steveston Community Society

Steveston Historical Society
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains invitation to attend the official opening of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, June 25, 1994; two copies of an agreement between The Corporation of the Township of Richmond and The Steveston Historical Society, dated 3rd September, 1979; copy of Society Act resolution of Steveston Historical Society dated July 16, 1987; Constitution of the Steveston Historical Society dated Dec 7, 1976; undated description of the historical significance of The Steveston Museum; Minutes for the Neighbourhood Improvement Program (Steveston) dated September 1, 1976; photocopy, one page dated 1987 Constitutional By-Law amendments; letter from Terry Anderson, Consultant, to Steveston Historical Society; Minutes of the Steveston Historical Society dated July 28, 1976; one page of Steveston Historical Society - Collections policy; Certificate of Incorporation for Steveston Historical Society dated December 7, 1976; Steveston Historical Society News, April 11, 1979.
Name(s):
Steveston Historical Society

Steveston Judo Club
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Martial Arts Centre booklet for the Official Opening March 18th, 1972; Steveston Judo Club history outline (original and copy) for 1952; Steveston Judo Club historical overview.
Name(s):
Steveston Judo Club

Churches - Steveston United Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains a typescript copy of a report, "History of Steveston United Church", by Rev. F.E. Runnals, B.A., B.D., D.D. , Aug. 1965 and given to Mrs. J. Cheverton of the Richmond Historical Society, Jan. 3, 1970; a program from the Steveston United Church 80th Anniversary Service, June 2, 1974; an invitation card to the Steveston United Church 80th Anniversary Service, June 2, 1974; an invitation card to the Steveston United Church 60th Anniversary Dinner, May 20, 1954; a newsletter from Steveston United Church, May 1960; a manuscript copy of a treasurer's report for the Steveston United Sunday School, 1929; a report, "History of Steveston United Church", by Rev. F.E. Runnals, B.A., B.D., D.D. , Aug. 1965; a typescript report documenting the retirement luncheon for Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Runnalls at Steveston United Church, June 26, 1964, written by Mrs. J. Cheverton; a photocopy of two newspaper articles, "Steveston United Church Celebrates 58th Anniverary", Richmond-Marpole Times, May 8, 1952 and "Steveston United 63 Years Old Sunday", Richmond-Marpole Times, May 2, 1957.
Name(s):
Steveston United Church

Strikes
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a copy of "Labour Unrest: The 1900 Fraser River Salmon Strike".

Telecommunications
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains article titled Corporation of Richmond "Information re. telephones"; Rules and Regulations and list of telephone subscribers dated July 1, 1907; British Columbia Telephone Company instruction pamphlet "For Use of Your telelphone After it is Converted to Dial Operation", dated August 3, 1954; pamphlet from British Columbia Telephone Company with instructions on converting to seven-figure telephone numbers, dated 24/5/62; notice titled "Attention Steveston Subscribers"; pamphlet announcing a toll free phone for Mc & Mc.

Theatre Buildings
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains Design Service Proposal, Richmond Performing Arts Centre; Two copies of Interim report, Theatre Study Richmond, 2 January 1973; Proposal: Community Theatre Complex, Richmond, B.C., May 20, 1980; Richmond Community Theatre Feasibility Proposal, May 23, 1980; Proposal for the Richmond Theatre Complex Study, May 22, 1980; Proposal for undertaking a Feasibility Study for a Community Theatre Complex in Richmond, British Columbia, May 21, 1980; Theatre Location Alternative Review, Staff Task Force, May 1981; pamphlet "A Theatre for Richmond"; copy of an article "Extensive Rebuilding Plans Necessitates Theatre Closing"; copy of an article "Brighouse Residents Agitate For Theater" July 16, 1947; copy of article "Two New Theatres For Richmond One at Steveston, One at Brighouse" March, 5, 1947; copy of an article "Peter Barnes Purchases New Theater at Brighouse" April 21, 1948; copy of a partial flyer for Lulu Theatre by Peter Barnes; copy of an article from Richmond Review "Start On Richmond Theatre Given Yet Another Hoist" August 20, 1947; copy of an article from the Richmond Review "Lulu Theater Opens Tonight at Brighouse" May 12, 1948; letter from Westbrook Management Centre Ltd. to Mr. D. Harwood, Director of Leisure Services May 21, 1980; a compilation of various Theatre Buildings files.

Thompson Community Association
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains three copies of a reference report that appears to be an annual report dated Feb. 8, 1967.
Name(s):
Thompson Community Association

Churches - Trinity Lutheran Church
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Physical Description:
1 folder
Scope:
File contains 2 copies of a book "Trinity Lutheran Church - 1953 - 1978"; a typescript list, "Confirmation" showing dates and names of parishoners, Trinity Lutheran Church.
Name(s):
Trinity Lutheran Church

Union of British Columbia Municipalities
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a report of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities "The Municipal Picture in British Columbia" May 15, 1971.
Name(s):
Union of British Columbia Municipalities (U.B.C.M.)

United Way of Greater Vancouver
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains a Richmond Division memorandum, July 21, 1982; "Richmond - Social Trends", June 1976; Interim Report "Richmond Community Social Health Index" September 1976; Richmond Division "A Descriptive Outline of the Organization" undated; "Richmond Emergency Shelter Survey" August 1976; a report "An Inventory of Services to Youth in Richmond" December 1982.
Name(s):
United Way of Greater Vancouver

Vancouver International Airport
Part Of:
Reference Files
Type
Reference Files
Level:
File
Scope:
File contains VOLUME 1, a term paper by Mary Whitaker "A History of the Acquisition and Expropriation of Land on Sea Island Between 1954 and 1975 for the Expansion of Vancouver International Airport" undated; information package prepared by Transport Canada, containing reports titled Master Plan Project; Interim Land Use Plan; Facts and Figures; The Proposal to Construct a Parallel Runway; Economic Significance; Passenger Terminal Studies Master Plan Project; Runway System; Airport Planning Committee (APC) 1973-1976; Transport Canada facts & figures, March 1978; Terminal Modifications Tour Report, September 1979; Transport Canada booklet "Flying High" the 50th Anniversary of Vancouver International Airport 1931-1981; draft letter to Honourable Jean Charest from Mayor G. Halsey-Brandt dated February 20, 1992 re. The Parallel Runway Project in Richmond B.C.; report submission by The City of Richmond and The Vancouver International Airport Parallel Runway Project February 4, 1991; report "Airports for the Lower Mainland" by A. D. Crerar September 1953; Runway System, Transport Canada April 1978; Fisheries and Environment Canada report "Guidelines for Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement of the Proposed Parallel Runway at Vancouver International Airport" June 29, 1978; notes from "Community Forum on Airport Development" June 1977; copy of "The British Columbia Genealogist" 1910 Aviation Pioneers 1930; position paper on the "Proposed Expansion of the Vancouver International Airport" March 30, 1976; copy of a "Report on Comments Vancouver International Airport Draft Airport Master Plan" Transport Canada Air, June 1981; copy of "A Plan for the Future of Vancouver International Airport" Transport Canada, October 1980; report by Environment Canada "A synopsis of key sections of the ecological sub-committee summary report: Vanc. Int. Airport expansion proposals. March 1976; a public information kit report by Canadian Air Transportation Administration, February 7, 1973; a report by Canadian Wildlife Service, Delta, B.C. October 1974 "The Vancouver International Airport Expansion Proposals and Possible Impact on Wildlife of the Fraser River Estuary" by E. W. Taylor; a term paper by Ann Caffrey "Effects of Vancouver Airport on Sea Island Communities: A Comparison, April 20, 1977; "The Airport Planning Committee FINAL REPORT" March 1976 on The Vancouver International Airport; two copies of a pamphlet from Transport Canada "Flying High" which commemorates the 50th anniversary of Vancouver International Airport 1931-1981; copy of the program for the official opening of "Vancouver Civic Airport and Seaplane Harbour" July 22nd - 25th 1931; a copy of YVR History taken from the website and covering the years 1930-1940-1950-1960-1970-1980-1990-2000; "History of the Vancouver International Airport" by Jim Brown Pender Island, October 2002; two pages of various reference research titles for Vancouver International Airport; copies of various press clippings contained in a file folder: "Finest Airport in Canada"; "History is Being Made at Sea Island", April 1939; "Airport injures Farm Valuations"; copy of a photo and caption of a fire at the airport administration building, February 23, 1949; "Great Development At The Sea Island Airport Reflects War Preparations" August 21, 1940; "Airport Development to Cost $9,000,000" Oct. 17, 1945; "$90,000 Asked For Airport" May 11, 1938; "Beautiful Boeing Structure At Sea Island Burned To Ground"; "Airport Makes Steady Progress" June 1, 1938; "'Intolerable noise' at airport protested" Richmond Review December 6, 1960; "Take-over of Sea Island Confirmed" Richmond Review June 9, 1954; "Congestion at Airport is Under Govt. Review Sept. 1, 1954; Richmond Review article "Sea Island Future Discussed Roller Rink For Brighouse" July 19, 1950; Marpole-Richmond Review copy of a photo and description of Administration Building May 27, 1936; Richmond Review article "$25 Million CPA Complex To Be Built" November 16, 1966; copy of an undated photograph of Sea Island "Canada's Air Terminus on the Pacific"; Vancouver Sun photo and article by Chris Rose about the "Advance with Aviation" sculpted model, October 1985; copy of a Richmond News article "New Terminal set to open" April 24, 1996; VOLUME 2 A Report to the Ecological Sub-Committee of the airport Planning Committee by L>F> Giovando, Environment Canada, Fisheries and Marine Service, January 1975, "The Proposed Expansion of the Vancouver International Airport; Some Oceanographic and Related Considerations"; Environment Canada report January 1976 "An Environmental Impact Assessment of the Vancouver International Airport Expansion Proposals - A Summary report; a report on "Vancouver International Airport Master Plan Study Design" August 21, 1973; a DRAFT proposal for discussion only by Fisheries and Environment Canada, July 11, 1977, "Guidelines For Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement on the Proposed New Runway at Vancouver International Airport"; a report from Fisheries and Environment Canada, June 29, 1978, "Guidelines for Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement of the Proposed Parallel Runway at Vancouver International Airport"; Transport Canada Air, July 1979, "Progress Report Volume II (Appendices) Task Force on Airport Management"; Fisheries and Environment Canada September 15, 1977, "Draft Guidelines for Proposed New Runway At Vancouver International Airport, A Compendium of Written Submissions"; detailed proceedings Minutes/notes, September 19 and 20, 1977 "Environmental Assessment Panel Vancouver International Airport", a public meeting to hear comments on draft guidelines for an environmental impact statements on the proposed third runway at Vancouver international airport; VOLUME 3: a report dated July, 1974 and titled "Analysis of Airspace/Operational/Development Alternatives for Vancouver International Airport"; a report by Department of Environment, Fisheries and Marine Service, dated February 1975, "Fisheries Resources and Food Web Components of the Fraser River Estuary and an Assessment of the Impacts of Proposed Expansion of the Vancouver International Airport and Other Developments on These Resources"; Volume II of II of a report by D. Goodman, Department of Environment dated February 1975 "Appendices 1-5 of a Synthesis of the Impacts of Proposed Expansion of the Vancouver International Airport and Other Developments on the Fisheries Resources of the Fraser River Estuary"; VOLUME 4 and 5, Binders containing various project reports by Transport Canada dated March 1990 "Parallel Runway Project Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement"; VOLUME 6, Five reports prepared by Transport Canada on the Vancouver International Airport Master Plan Project; 1) "Air Traffic Activity Forecasts and Projections, January 1975"; 2) "Ground Transportation Study, February 1975"; 3) "Engineering Feasibility Study, February 1975"; 4) "An Economic Study of the Significance of Vancouver International Airport, February 1975"; 5) "Alternative Airport Site Studies, April 1975"; VOLUME 7: Five reports prepared by Transport Canada, Vancouver International Airport Master Plan Project, 1) "A Statement of social Concerns Regarding Airport Development, May 1975"; 2) "Urban Issues" June 1975"; 3) Aeronautical Noise Study, June 1975"; 4) "The Demand/Capacity Analysis of the Runway System at the Vancouver International Airport, July 1975"; 5) "An Environmental Impact Assessment of the Vancouver International Airport Expansion Proposals, July 1975"; VOLUME 8; Environment Beta Land-Use Study of the Vancouver International Airport, March 1975, Lands Directorate, Department of Environment; Vancouver International Airport Draft Airport Master Plan, October 1980; Vancouver International Airport Master Plan, December 1981; Pollution Studies of the Proposed Vancouver International Airport Expansion, Volume II - Effects of Dredging on Water Quality, Environment Canada, April 1975; Pollution Studies Volume III - Effects of Airport Activities on Air Quality, Environment Canada May 1975; Pollution Studies Volume I Summary and Findings- Study of Storm Drainage and Sanitary Sewerage Systems - Effects of Expansion on the Iona Island Sewage Treatment Plant and Sturgeon Bank, Environment Canada, April 1975; Vancouver International Airport Master Plan Study Report, October 1980; VOLUME 9; Vancouver International Airport Environmental Assessment Panel, Draft Guidelines for the Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement of the Proposed Third Runway, March 1983; Proceedings of the Public Meetings of the Environmental Assessment Panel Review on the Proposed Third Runway, June 1982; North Reserve Land-Use Plan and Environmental Management Proposal, Volume One-Main Report, March 1986; Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corporation, Environmental Impact Assessment, Jet Fuel Barge Off-Loading Facility, August 1986; Vancouver International Airport Economic Impact Study, FINAL Report, July 1986, Transport Canada; Environmental Assessment Panel Guidelines for the Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement on the Proposed Third Runway..., October 1983; Environmental Assessment Panel Transcript of Proceedings for June 15 and 16,1983 in the Matter of Public Meetings Regarding the Review of the Draft Guidelines of the Environmental Assessment Panel On the Proposed Third Runway; VOLUME 10; Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Office and Process for the Vancouver International Airport Parallel Runway Project, Report of the Environmental Assessment Panel, August, 1991; Transport Canada Airports, YVR Development Overview TP 10410E, April 1990; Vancouver International Airport Parallel Runway Project Environmental Impact Statement Summary Report, August, 1990 by Transport Canada Airports; Report of the Environmental Assessment Panel on Sea Island Fuel Barge Facility, March 1989; Economic Evaluation of Airside Enhancement Strategies for YVR, Summary Report, March 1990; YVR Authority, Strategic Plan Update 1995-1999 "Following the North Star", May, 1995; Information Folder containing: map of YVR dated November 1977; Transport Canada Aeronautical Noise Update 1978; Transport Canada's Aviation Noise Monitoring Vehicle photos-two copies; Transport Canada Aeronautical Noise Study, May 1979; Transport Canada YVR Master Plan Project Update, February 1979; undated Transport Canada, Aviation Activity Statistics and Forecasts; YVR Ground Transportation Study Master Plan Project, Information, May 1978; Two pamphlets by Transport Canada, "YVR Airport Master Plan Project "Planning for the Future"; Environment Canada "A Guide to the Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process" February 1977; Transport Canada, YVR General Aviation Information pamphlet, September 1978; Transport Canada "The Proposal to Construct a Parallel Runway", Master Plan Project, February, 1979; Transport Canada "Aeronautical Noise Study" YVR Master Plan Project, May 1979; an article from Real Life describing one passenger's experience as a survivor of the October 27, 2011 plane crash at YVR, dated February 2012; Transport Canada report "YVR South side Activity Study, Final Report, August 1988"; Transport Canada YVR "Airport South Land Use Plan Summary Report" probably April 1986; Transport Canada YVR "Airport Centre Land Use April 1986" Transport Canada YVR "Economic Impact Study Report, August 1988"; Transport Canada, YVR "Economic Impact Study Update, May 1989"; Transport Canada YVR "Airside Capacity Enhancement Project" Airside Demand/Capacity Analysis, ACE Project Team, June 1989; "Response to Selected 1983 Guidelines for Production of an EIS for the Proposed Third Runway at YVR, Final Report, June 26, 1989; "An Initial Assessment of the Proposed Third Runway at YVR: Impacts on Air Quality, Water Quality, Wildlife, and Aquatic Biota" Final Report, June 26, 1989; VOLUME 11; Economic Evaluation of airside Capacity Enhancement Strategies for YVR, Summary Report, March 1990; Transport Canada Airports, "YVR Business Profile TP 10077E, January 1990; Transport Canada Airports, YVR Development Overview TP 10410E, April 1990; Transport Canada "YVR Master Plan" December 1981; "Studies of Bird Hazards to Aircraft" by Canadian Wildlife Service Report series No. 14, Ottawa 1971; Transport Canada "The Economic Impact of YVR", May 1989;Transport Canada "YVR A Plan For The Future" October 1980; Transport Canada "YVR - Draft Airport Master Plan, June 1981; YVR Community Report pamphlet "Public Review of Proposed Parallel Runway Begins" December 1989; YVR Community Report pamphlet "Delta farm becomes new bird sanctuary to compensate for parallel runway habitat loss" volume No. 2, 1990; YVR, "The Airport Planning Committee Final report" March 1976; Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, "Compendium of Submissions Received by YVR Environmental Assessment Panel" January 22, 1991; YVR Environmental Assessment Panel "Guidelines for the Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement on the Proposed Parallel Runway at YVR" May 1990; Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office "Compendium of Submissions Received by the YVR Environmental Assessment Panel Regarding the Panel's February 1990 Draft Environmental Impact Statement Guidelines and Transport Canada's Preliminary Environmental Impact Statement" May 1990; Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, "Draft of YVR Environmental Assessment Panel, Guidelines for the Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement" February 1990; Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office "YVR Environmental assessment Panel October 1990, Compendium of Submissions on Transport Canada's Parallel Runway Project Environmental Impact Statement"; a report from the Community Forum on Airport Development, March 1991, "An Overview of the Contribution made by the Community Forum on Airport Development in regard to the Proposed Expansion of YVR - the Third Runway (September 1990 to March 1991); YVRAA Draft 94E "YVR Authority "1994 Strategic Plan"; VOLUME 12; Transport Canada Air, YVR progress report: Aircraft Noise, undated; Harford, Kennedy, Wakefield, Ltd. Report "Aeronautical Noise Review for the Master Plan Study YVR", May 1980; Transport Canada Air, "Aeronautical Noise Produced in Communities Surrounding YVR" November 1979 - June 1980; Transport Canada Air "YVR Night Flights Summary Report 1980" April 1981; Transport Canada Air "YVR Aeronautical Noise Report - 1982 for Late Night Flights of Aircraft Movements"; Transport Canada Air "YVR Engine Run-Up - Noise Analysis March 1982 - April 1983"; Transport Canada Air "YVR Aircraft Noise Monitoring System Selection of Remote Monitoring sites" July 23, 1985; Transport Canada Air "YVR Noise Management Program" April1, 1986; Horizon Pacific Ventures Limited Final Report "Balancing Richmond's Visions: Community Development and Airport Noise Mitigation" January 21, 1991; "YVR Aeronautical Noise Management 1993 Report" YVR 1994 annual report "Aeronautical Noise Management" YVR 1995 Annual report "Aeronautical Noise Management"; YVR 1996 annual report "Aeronautical Noise Management Committee" YVR 1996 Technical Report "Aeronautical Noise Management"; YVR 1997 Annual report "Aeronautical Noise Management"; YVR 1998 Annual Report "Aeronautical Noise Management"; memorandum from City of Richmond, Terry Crowe, Policy Planning re. changes to the OCP Bylaw 7100 and 9000, January 27, 2016; ANNUAL REPORTS; YVR Annual Report ,March 1988, Transport Canada; YVR Annual Report 1994, YVR Annual Report 1995; YVR Annual Report 1996; YVR Annual Report 1999; YVR Annual Report 2000; YVR 2000 Community and Environmental Report; YVR Annual report 2001; YVR Annual Report 2003; YVR Annual Report 2004; YVR Annual Report 2005; YVR Economic Analysis of Airfield Capacity Enhancement Strategies For Vancouver International Airport, March 1990 James F. Hickling Management Consultants; Compendium of Responses to the Sea Island Jet Fuel Barge Facility Environmental assessment Panel's Request for Additional Information, 1988; Vancouver International Airport Environmental Assessment Review Panel PUBLIC HEARINGS PROCEEDINGS, January 31-February 9, 11, 12 1991 Volumes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8,9,10,11;
Name(s):
Vancouver Airport (Civic/International)

Vancouver Island and Coast Skyways
Part Of:
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Type
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File
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File contains one document flyer titled "Vancouver Island and Coast Skyways Co. Limited, Vancouver and Victoria, B. C."
Name(s):
Vancouver Island and Coast Skyways

Vancouver/Richmond Association For Mentally Handicapped People
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File
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File contains a pamphlet titled "The History and Future of the Vancouver Richmond Association for the Mentally Retarded" June 1977; "28th and 29th Annual Reports for 1979-80-81 for the Vancouver-Richmond Association for the Mentally Retarded; Annual Reports for 1981-1982, and 1983-1984, and 1984-1985 for the Vancouver-Richmond Association for Mentally Handicapped People"
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Vancouver - Richmond Association For Mentally Handicapped People

Veterans
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File contains copies of Richmond Review articles 'The trenches will be beautiful, mud to the eyebrows', November 9, 2012; Richmond honours 8 fallen soldiers, October 17, 2012; Marpole - Richmond Review "War Heroes From High School Listed" April 10, 1946; two copies of a "List of Settlers - Richmond District", August 6, 1920; one page "Veterans Post-War Land Settlements; A List of Richmond Properties Made Available For Veterans After World War II" prepared by W.I. Gibson, June 1977; a booklet titled "The Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans in Canada, B.C. Provincial Command" Constitution, Rules and By-Laws, March 15, 1954; Information Booklet of The Army, Navy & Air Force British Columbia Command, January 1, 1968; Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada British Columbia Provincial Command, Constitution, Rules and By-Laws, April 26, 1969;