Series consists of proposals received from consultants, correspondence, and the final report concerning the opinion survey conducted to ascertain the level of support for a university in the northern part of British Columbia.
Series consists of correspondence, mock-ups of “Work in progress: a collection of local history essays by students in History 407”, the table of contents and cover, interview instruction sheets, bibliographies downloaded from the internet, curricular material from local/oral history courses taught at other universities.
Series consists of files of transcripts of interviews, correspondence, photographs, survey results, oral history consent forms, drafts of research papers and material pertinent to research papers organized by student name.
Series consists of correspondence with attachments, a draft constitution for the Interior University Society (IUS), a copy of the Societies’ Act, printed material on the selection of directors, a list of directors, handwritten notes, committee reports and meeting notices.
Series consists of press releases, speeches, membership reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, letters of support and a position paper concerning the Interior University Society and the Implementation Planning Group.
Series comprises incorporation documents, constitution, financial reports, an organization chart, annual report, lists of Society members and biographies and c.v.’s of some members of the IUS Board of Directors.
Series consists of the terms of reference for the Dahllof study, the final report, and correspondence, research reports, statistical and background information and blue prints relevant to the Dahllof and Ostergarrd reports on the feasibility of a northern university.
Series consists of correspondence to and from Interior University Society (IUS) members, notably Murray Sadler, first President of the IUS, plus attachments, press releases, meeting notices, minutes, newspaper clippings, newsletters and committee reports concerning the Interior University Society and the Implementation Planning Group.
Series consists of executive, committee, general and annual general meeting minutes, agendas, meeting notices, correspondence, newsletters, correspondence, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, lists of directors and press releases relating to the Interior University Society.
The Publications series consists of 5 editions of The B.C. Teacher, 1 consolidated copy of the Vancouver Charter, and 1 consolidated copy of the Manual of the School Law and Rules of the Council of Public Instruction
The Island Cache series consists of 17 images photographed in April 1970 by students involved in a Geography class at the College of New Caledonia. They record the community of Island Cache before the major flood in the spring of 1972
This series consists of a 1961 letter from Walter Sage to George Baldwin answering historical queries regarding Simon Fraser and associated other Frasers in B.C. ; Royal Arch Masonry, Prince Geogre Chapter, history, including two speeches by George Baldwin and a Quesnel Lodge brochure ; typed history of Barkerville Cairn ; and miscellaneous photographs, including 3 colour snapshots of unidentified people in front of BC Rail and cars (c. 1970) and 9 black and white snapshots of a canoe parade in Fort George and street parade lumber promotions (c. 1960).
This collection consists of 1 photo album originally belonging to Sydney E. Junkins which contains 23 photographs and 4 sectional linen maps which depict Hon. Dr.James Horace King and party's trip down the Peace River from 19 to 31 August 1927. Includes a hand-written and typed copy of "Peace River Trip" itinerary for a subsequent trip 8-15 September 1927.
The Cottonwood Island series consists of 36 images photographed by J. Kent Sedgwick when he was an instructor in Geography at the College of New Caledonia. The images were taken in support of a proposal by the New Caledonia Institute of Environmental Studies to create a municipal park at Cottonwood Island
The Prince George Ephemera series consists of 1 brochure entitled "Prince Goerge : Centre City of British Columbia Canada : An Invitation to Tourists" and 1 programme for the Canadian Schools Curling Championship
Series consists of 103 photographs (both prints and negatives) of Northern BC communities. Photographs derive as follows: 19 from Atlin; 20 from Barkerville; 1 from Burns Lake; 22 from Dawson Creek; 1 from Decker Lake Falls; 3 from Fort St. James; 23 from Fort St. John; 1 from Hazelton; 1 from McBride; 8 from Pouce Coupe.