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Fonds consists of Nelson Gaol daybooks 1901-1902 and 1908-1911, and Nelson Provincial Gaol registers 1934-1946; and incoming and outgoing correspondence files from the office of the chief constable in Nelson 1907-1916. The above records pertain to crime, criminals, social problems, and police administration and operations in the West Kootenay region
The fonds consists of minutes, financial records, insurance records, building permits, reports, payroll records, nomination papers, journals of registered land owners, tax assessment records, voters lists, and correspondence of the municipal government of Grand Forks, B.C.
The fonds consists of council minutes, assessment and collectors rolls, accounts ledgers and journals, voters lists and nominations, financial statements, correspondence with the Land Registry Office, right-of-way agreements, tax and assessment statements, tax sale records, correspondence, civil defence documents, police diary, minutes of the Court of Revision, and a general ledger book.
Edgewood Lumber Company was in the business of manufacturing rough and dressed lumber, shingles, lath, and other wood products. The company was operated by William Waldie as principal from about 1913 through 1928. Originally from Ontario where family members were involved in the lumber industry, William Waldie and his company maintained a business and personal relationship with Robert S. Waldie and Fred N. Waldie of the Victoria Harbour Lumber Company Ltd., wholesale lumber manufacturing and merchants of Victoria Harbour and Toronto, Ontario. To provide wood for the Edgewood Lumber Company mill situated at Castlegar, B.C., sometimes known locally as "Waldie's Mill", the company bought and sold timber licences. Thus, Waldie was involved as an investor in Sunset Mills, Ltd. By January, 1929, the corporate name changed to William Waldie and Sons Ltd.; William Waldie remained President, John Carruthers Waldie became Vice-President, and William Thompson Waldie became Secretary.
The records consist of newsletters from the various associations and organizations Beinder was involved with from the British Columbia School Trustees Association to Selkirk College, Royal Commission reports, speeches given by Frank Beinder at School board and college functions, histories of Douglas College and the development of the community college system in BC, clippings and correspondence. The audio and video cassettes are recordings of Beinder's speeches.
Red Mountain View Gold Mining Company operated out of Rossland, B.C. The fonds consists of memorandum and articles of association, minutes of annual meetings, cashbooks, general expense journals, assay certificates, lists of shareholders, and balance sheets
The fonds consists of certificate of incorporation, bylaws, correspondence, shareholder lists, assessment registers, cashbooks, general expenses journals, stock ledger, minutes of meetings of directors, and special resolutions.
The fonds consists of financial records, notes and a report relating to the activities of the Robson and District Patriotic Society from July, 1940, to July, 1946. The records include the names of individuals, organizations, and/or their employees who made pledges to donate to the society and the names of organizations which the society made disbursements to provide war aid.
The collection consists of photographs of the Kootenay and Boundary regions, including the Arrow Lakes, Castlegar/Kinnaird, Deer Creek, Rossland, Creston, Yahk, Cranbrook, Gold Creek, Slocan, Grand Forks, Kimberley, Nelson, Sheep Creek, and Trail relating to industry, social activities, and the natural and built environments.