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Prince Rupert, BC
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Board of Broadcast Governors Hearings, Prince Rupert

Item is an audio reel to reel recording of Board of Broadcast Governors (BBG) Hearings, Prince Rupert, 1965 [?] dealing with an application fora broadcasting license for a group in Prince Rupert, BC. The Board of Broadcast Governors later became the Canadian Radio Television Commission

Prince Rupert Empire collection

  • 2000.16
  • Collectie
  • 1906–1912
The collection consists of 9 photographs and copies of photographs showing scenes of Prince Rupert and area, groups of townspeople, a stone totem pole at Metlakatla, and a man poling a dug-out canoe probably on the Skeena River. It includes two newspaper clippings, one from the BC Saturday Sunset dated September 14, 1912 and another from The Globe dated Saturday March 23, 1907. The bound volumes of the Prince Rupert Empire newspaper were transferred to Special Collections. See accompanying note.

Prince Rupert Daily News

Newspaper clippings

File contains two newspaper clippings, one from the B.C. Saturday Sunset of September 14, 1912 concerning economic development on Vancouver Island and the second from The Globe dated Saturday March 23, 1907 which contains two photographs of Prince Rupert.

Prince George Railway & Forestry Museum Collection

  • 2002.1
  • Collectie
  • 1887-1999

The Prince George Railway & Forestry Museum Society Collection consists primarily of textual, photographic, and cartographic records related to the regional developments of the railway industry in Northern BC. A predominant portion of the collection is made up of material from the Canadian National Railway; other railways represented include the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, the British Columbia Railway (BC Rail), the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, the Grand Trunk Railway, the Intercolonial Railway, and the Okanagan Express. Significant geographical areas covered include Prince George, the Peace River Region, Terrace, Bulkley Valley, Hazelton and Prince Rupert.

The forestry industry is represented in the collection with operational and financial records from Fyfe Lake Sawmill Ltd., which operated southwest of Prince George in the 1950s.

The collection has been organized into series according to creator, each of which also has been arranged to subseries, file and item level, where applicable. This collection consists of eight series, as follows:

1) Canadian National Railway
2) Grand Trunk Railway
3) Pacific Great Eastern Railway
4) British Columbia Railway (BC Rail)
5) Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR)
6) Intercolonial Railway
7) Fyfe Lake Sawmill ltd.
8) PGRFM
9) Photographs

Iona Campagnolo talks with a group of union workers

Photograph depicts Iona Campagnolo standing and talking with three of unidentified union workers (possibly members of the BC Ferry and Marine Workers Union) in either Prince Rupert or Kitimat. Two of the men are standing with their backs to the camera, the third is looking down at an unidentified document.

Iona Campagnolo talks with unidentified union workers

Photograph depicts Iona Campagnolo standing and talking with four unidentified union workers (possibly members of the BC Ferry and Marine Workers Union) in either Prince Rupert or Kitimat. Two of the men are looking at the ground, one with his arms crossed. The other two are looking directly at Campagnolo. What appears to be protest material leans against the wall in the background.

Iona Campagnolo talks with unidentified union workers

Photograph depicts Iona Campagnolo standing and talking with four unidentified union workers (possibly members of the BC Ferry and Marine Workers Union) in either Prince Rupert or Kitimat. Two of the men are looking at the ground, one with his arms crossed. The other two are looking directly at Campagnolo. What appears to be protest material leans against the wall in the background.

Paul Aivazoff's Capitol Theatre

Image depicts an old theatre owned by Paul Aivazoff in Prince Rupert, B.C. It opened in 1935 and was closed in 1981; it has since been renovated for retail use.

Prince Rupert

File contains slides depicting places in and around Prince Rupert, B.C.

[Boathouse?]

Image depicts a boat docked inside what appears to be a type of boathouse, possibly located in Metlakatla near Prince Rupert, B.C.

Dock

Image depicts a dock in Prince Rupert, B.C.
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