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Harry Weaver Memories

Harry Weaver Memories consists of a copy of the typed manuscript of Harry Weaver's autobiography, as well as various other related trapping information.

Harry Perry standing with a group of eight men

Handwritten annotation on recto: (L-R)
"Patterson, unidentified, Bowman - CNR, Pete LaRie-CNR, Geo.Williams, Harry Perry, Gregory-Forestry, unidentified" Photo depicts Harry Perry standing with a group of eight men, two of which being identified as part of the CNR.

Group photo of attendees at a reception held at HGT Perry's house in honour of a visit by Lieutenant Governor Bruce

Handwritten annotation on recto: "Lieut Gov Bruce 1926 ; (individuals identified however ink has smudged and is not clearly legible)" Individuals in photo include Mrs. Perry, Harry Perry, Lieutenant Governor Bruce, Hon. W. Sutherland; Hon. T.D. Pattullo, Miss McKenzie (niece of the Lieutenant Gov.) Mrs. Taylor, and Mr. Taylor

First Burns Banquet

Photograph features all male attendees sitting at banquet tables in a decorated hall. Handwritten annotation on recto: "First Burns Banquet 1913, HP gave IMMORTAL MEMORY; over" Handwritten annotation on verso: "1st Burns Banquet at Fort George 1913 or early 1914; I was at the table in distance next to Mr. Hearne the Toastmaster & Gov't Agent."

Hydro By-law 590

Printed Material Hydro Bylaw
“Rate payers of Prince George… Vote Against By-Law 590” re: reasons to oppose Hydro By-Law.

Perry Municipal Report Scrapbook

“Scrapbook Perry Municipal Report”
• Scrapbook Album of HGT Perry c.1921-23 – Title: “Perry Municipal Report” –
• News-clippings of various political issues related to Perry’s involvement in provincial politics as MLA for Fort George - including clippings from regional newspapers: Nechako Chronicle, Vanderhoof as well as Vancouver and Victoria papers. Subjects include: Pacific Great Eastern Railway Construction; election reform; pulp and paper mill construction promises in region (1922); Ephemera includes: invitation to the Prince George Liberal Association Banquet, 1921.

Transcanadian – Alaska Railway Proposed Route

? Blueprint Plan
? Alaska proposed pipeline, oil route noted as “confidential”

? Legend includes: 1) Railroads: i) Existing, ii) Possible Connections; 2) Roads (Including truck, sled): i) Existing, ii) Possible Future; 3) Navigable Waterways, 4) Airways, 5) Proposed Pipe Line, Oil.
? File no. N-186-10

Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska

? Colorful map of mostly Yukon, BC, AB, and parts of Alaska, Northwest Territories and southern part of the United States.
? Legend, Mileage Tables and notes are printed on a white sheet that is then glued onto the map
? Legend includes: 1) Main Routes shown, 2) Roads Fully or Partially Constructed in B.C. and Yukon, 3) Roads Elsewhere, 4) Airports.

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.

Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska, 1938

Completed Map Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska with Legend.
? Map Showing Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska “to accompany report of the Inter-departmental Committee on the British Columbia, Yukon, Alaska Highway.”
? Legend includes: 1) Proposed Main Routes, 2) Possible Alternative Routes, 3) Possible Connections or Branch Roads, 4) Roads Fully or Partially Constructed in Province and Yukon, 5) Roads Elsewhere.

Rupert Daily News PMT

2 Sheets of PMT. Each sheet is 43.5 cm x 28 cm Sheet 1 – street view of Rupert Daily news; group photo; 3 people working at desks Sheet 2- one outside view; 5 inside views of presses, office, etc.

Leaving Quesnel for Fort Fraser

Typed caption glued to album page directly below photograph reads: "39. Leaving Quesnel for Fort Fraser." Photograph depicts an automobile parked in front of a hotel with a sign on its back end that reads: "From Vancouver to Fort Fraser". Photographer: Dominion Stock & Bond Corporation.

On the way to Fort Fraser

Typed caption glued to album page directly below photograph reads: "35. On the way to Fort Fraser." Photograph depicts six men in overcoats and hats sitting in an automobile parked at curbside. Photographer: Dominion Stock & Bond Corporation

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