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Personal Papers and Correspondence

Series consists of materials relating to Mary Fallis’ personal relationships with family, friends and colleagues; her camp experiences with the Alpine Club of Canada; and the pursuit of her own interests in botanical identification and poetry. Types of materials found in this series include incoming and outgoing correspondence, personal diaries and expedition notes, and a scrapbook created within a copy of "Canadian Home Journal", vol. 17, no.6, October 1920

Magazine clipping

Two-sided magazine clipping. Verso: a shadow profile of a man with spectacles, a moustache and a cigar; artist signature noted but unidentified. Recto: a woman [?] holding a penguin by the throat beside the waters edge and a canoe; artist signature noted but unidentified; caption reads: “manchor a l’Inaccessible”

Publications

Series consists of publications made or received by Mary Fallis during the course of her professional, personal and academic activities.

The Totem

Item consists of one annual yearbook published by the University of British Columbia and offered as a record of the year’s activities to the student body as a whole and more particularly to the Graduating Class of 1932. This yearbook indicates those academic and extracurricular activities Mary Fallis was involved in during her final year at university

Mary Fallis fonds

  • 2000.11
  • Fonds
  • 1920 - 1995

Fonds consists of records relating to the life of Mary Fallis. Documented are aspects of her personal life and interests, club affiliations and environmental campaigns. Types of materials found within this fonds include slides, photographs, postcards, letters, personal diaries, an annual yearbook, and a scrapbook. The fonds is arranged into the following series: Photographic Material, Personal Papers and Correspondence, and Publications

Photographic Material

Series consists primarily of slides and some photographic prints documenting Mary Fallis’ involvement with the Alpine Club of Canada –Vancouver Section, her interest in Northern landscapes and its peoples, her environmental activism in the Prince George area, and her passion for botany and photographic composition.

Two seated boys

Item depicts two unidentified boys seated side by side in a wingback chair.

Shore

Item is a photo depicting a seashore in the foreground, a type of man-made berm (?) in the midground and an eroded cliff face in the background

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