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H.G.T. (Harry) Perry fonds
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Three men (two with rifles) stand next to seven large deer suspended upside down from a building beam. Handwritten annotation along bottom of recto: "B-- Blain (?) Hunting, Lou Graham [name crossed out], Boyd, --"

1st Session of the 18th Parliament

Material found within file include: HGT Perry, Speaker 1934 Routine Procedure on opening of House of Assembly. Submitted by Mr. Speaker Perry. Remainder of bound journal contains news clippings during Perry’s political tenure.

Alaska Highway Commission

B.C.-Yukon-Alaska Highway Commission – Map showing Highway Routes to Accompany Preliminary Report on Proposed Highway to Alaska
? January 1940
? Legend includes: 1) Existing Main Highways, 2) Roads in Northern Area, 3) Routes Under Construction.

Alexander Mackenzie Monument, Dean Channel near Ocean Falls, BC

Handwritten annotation on verso: "11 Sep 1935, The monument is 18 feet high, they say. Some 16th century Chinese coins were found when the foundations were being dug. I heard of this the day before I left Victoria, and it seems worth enquiring into. Yours Sincerely, R (?) Bishop"; "I received medal for Bishop in 1935 in London from the Royal Geographical Society".

BC Parliamentary Session, Newsclippings, 1941 & 1942

*Bound Album of Newsclippings re: BC Parliamentary Session of 1941 includes printed materials, printed ephemera: notice of poll Elections Act 1941; election address of HGT Perry; invitation to Opening of Legislature 1941; programme of procedure at opening of BC parliament, 1941.

BC/Yukon Map & Downtown PG Map

Map of BC/ Yukon, AB. On other side, is a map of Downtown PG.

? Includes mileage chart, example from Prince George to Vancouver is 518 miles.
? Prince George map is in black and white. BC/Yukon map is black and white, but the water is coloured blue.

Biography File

Biography file including Personal notes, quotations, verses. Copy of Canada’s Who’s Who p. 841 – in re: Perry

Black Binder

Folder A Contents of Black Binder were taken out and placed into 2002.7.2.98 Folder A. Binder has dividers labeled ex “Immediate,” “notes,” “quotes” and folder with loose clippings
*Folder B Black Binder. Engraved in gold, on the front of the binder are: “P.W.” and “H.G.T Perry.” Took out contents and placed in 2002.7.2.98 Folder A

British Columbia Legislative Assembly

Photograph is adhered to cardboard matting and has a hand drawn "frame" decorating it's perimeter. Handwritten annotation on the recto of the matte, directly under the photograph, lists the names of the photo subjects.

British Empire Publications

Published material in file are: Are Empires Doomed? Imperialism and the People's War The British Answer to some questions affecting Post-war Rehabilitation and Anglo-American Relations Britain's Trade in the Post-War World Canada as a Pacific Power 50 Facts About Britain at War An Address by a Young Infantry Officer at the Empire Youth Service The Choice Before Britain. Britain and Europe Proposition Number One. An Anglo-American Economic Policy

  • Britain's Second Opportunity. British Foreign Policy Canada in the British Commonwealth What the British Empire Means to Western Civilization Who "owns' "The British Empire"? The Empire Triumphant

Business Ventures

Series contains material related to H.G.T. Perry's publishing activities with two British Columbian newspapers: the Prince George Citizen, and the Prince Rupert Daily News.

Conventions: Liberal Party 1920-1953

unpublished speeches, radio addresses, reports, and newsclippings re HGT Perry –and BC Liberal Party, includes textual printed materials re BC Liberal Party Conventions, Resolutions, Platforms, Constitution of BC Liberal party – various 1920-1953.

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