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Cousin to Taylor Family at Victoria, B.C.

Two women stand in walkway cleared of snow in front of tall brick home with a detailed porch, believed to be in Victoria, B.C. The women wear long winter coats, fur hand-warmers, and large hats. It is believed that one or both of these women is a cousin to Violet Baxter's family, through the Taylor line.

First train leaving Prince Rupert

Photograph of a large crowd gathered in front of a Grand Trunk Pacific train. Residential buildings atop a hill are visible in the background. Annotation on recto reads: "First Train Leaving Prince Rupert June 14 1911"

Couples in period costumes

Item is a photograph of Ray and Gladys Williston in fancy dress with a number of other people. Mr. & Mrs. Williston are the second couple from the left.

The cook on the summit

Item is a photograph of Gladys Williston sitting at a campfire during her and Mr. Williston’s Hope to Princeton trek in the summer of 1939.

Nisga'a chiefs and families posing with goods from potlatch

Three men stand in centre, each wearing a chief's dress and head-dress. Family members stand and sit on either side. Carved boxes and masks are positioned in foreground. The group poses in front of drapery hung against tall wooden wall.

Community members have stated that the people in this photo are from the Gitwilluyaxw clan from the wolf tribal house of Ksdiyaawak. The photo was taken at Gitlax̱t’aamiks along the Nass River.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Tsimpshian Chiefs & family. Goods [for or fr.] Potlatch".

Community gathering at Metlakatla Church during Synod

Large group of women, men, and children pose on front steps of church. Some men standing in back hold brass instruments. Bishop Ridley (with long beard) sits in front centre between W.H. Collison (on right) and his son W.E. Collison. Photograph depicts the first church built in Metlakatla, which was burned in a fire in 1901, and replaced in 1903.

Handwritten annotation below image reads: "A gathering of Missionaries and Indians in front of Metlakahtla Church During Synod"; on verso: "[Ven?] Arch Collison & Mrs Collison".

W.E. Collison with siblings at church rectory

Group stands and sits on front steps of rectory. Left to right: Rev. William Edwin Collison, Mabel and John Maxwell Collison, Alice Collison. (William, Max, and Alice are sons and daughter of Archdeacon W.H. Collison).

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Dad & Auntie Al with Aunt May & Uncle Max at the rectory St. Luke's church [...?]".

Bertha and W.E. Collison in boat with young daughters, leaving Metlakatla, BC for England

Rev. William Edwin Collison stands in centre of boat, with wife Bertha and daughters Muriel and Katherine seated behind. Unknown man and woman are also seated in boat, and an unknown man stands on shore holding rope.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Will Collison with wife & children leaving Metlakatla to catch steamship en route to England (1910)".

Joyce Collison standing in river at Kincolith, BC

Joyce stands knee-deep in water, holding a long wrapped object, with a bundle resting on her shoulder (daughter of Archdeacon W.H. Collison's eldest son William Edwin). Trees and bushes visible on opposite shore in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Joyce circa 1937 at Kincolith".

Marion and W.H. Collison in garden at Kincolith, BC

Photograph depicts Archdeacon William Henry Collison to left of wife Marion, who stands bent over garden on right. Church steeple visible behind wood fence in background. Hills can be seen in distance.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Grandad & Grannie in garden at Kincolith".

Marion and W.H. Collison with daughter-in-law and grandaughters in Kincolith, BC

Photograph depicts Marion and William Henry Collison standing on left with shovel, Bertha Collison on right, and young Muriel and Katherine Collison in centre with shovel (eldest daughters of W.E. Collison). Wood buildings cross midground, trees and hills visible in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Garden at Kincolith / Grandad, Grannie / Mimi, Katie / Mother".

Grandchildren of Marion and W.H. Collison posing at Kincolith, BC

The group poses in front of a wood door, ivy on either side.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "The family at Kincolith - Summer House, 1916 / Back Row L-R: Art Macdonald, Bill Collison, Reg Collison, Jack [John] Macdonald / Front L-R: Katie Collison with Don Collison, Marion Collison, Joyce Collison, Muriel (Mimi) Collison with Colin Macdonald, Hugh Macdonald".

Marion and W.H. Collison posing with grandchildren at Kincolith, BC

Marion sits to left of husband Archdeacon William Henry, small boy in between. Young children sit and stand in foreground, Katherine 'Katy' and Muriel 'Mimi' stand in background (daughters of W.E. Collison). The group poses in front of a wood door, ivy on either side.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Grand-dad (Arch. W.H. Collison) & Grannie with grandchildren at Kincolith".

Portrait of Collison family and friends at Kincolith, BC

The group poses in front of an archway covered in foliage, wood building in background. The Archdeacon sits in centre, in front of his wife Marion.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Grand-dad + Grannie with family + friends at Kincolith / Mother + Dad lower left" (W.E. Collison sits on left in front of his wife Bertha).

Collison Family Portrait at Kincolith, BC

Photograph depicts the sons and daughters of Marion and Archdeacon W.H. Collison posing in front of an archway covered in foliage, wood building in background. The Archdeacon stands behind his wife Marion who holds Katherine ('Katy') Collison, the oldest of their grandchildren. W.E. Collison stands on far left next to his wife Bertha nee Davis.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Collison family / Kincolith BC".

Collison family eating during prospecting trip up Portland Canal, BC

Photograph depicts the sons and daughters of Marion and Archdeacon W.H. Collison sitting on the ground with food supplies at the top of a hill. Individuals believed to be (left to right): Arthur, Elsie, Herbert, Henry (in chef's hat), unknown, William, John Maxwell ('Max').

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Collison family on prospecting trip up Portland Canal."

Collison family sitting on dock in Portland Canal, BC

Photograph depicts the sons and daughters of Marion and Archdeacon W.H. Collison, and one unidentified man. Buildings can be seen on shore in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Collison family at camp (Portland Canal) Max, ?, Henry, Elsie, Arthur, Alice, Herbert".

Marion Collison in canoe en route to Hazelton, BC

Group of five unidentified men stand on shore to right of large dugout canoe, handling their rifles. Forest and snow-capped mountains stand on opposite shore in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Mrs Collison (wife of Arch. Collison in Canoe en route to Hazelton B.C."

The Honourable Iona Campagnolo fonds

  • 2009.6
  • Fonds
  • 1937 - 2007

This fonds illustrates the Honourable Iona Campagnolo’s careers as a broadcaster, a theatre producer, community leader, a politician, a feminist, a social activist, a speaker, a lecturer, a Chancellor, an advocate, a consultant and Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. Types of records reflective of her various careers include: speeches, correspondence, itineraries, contracts, draft manuscripts, newspaper clippings, background material, photographs and ephemera. The Honourable Iona Campagnolo fonds has been divided into the following thirteen series:
1) Photographs
2) Theatre & Community Development
3) Political Career
4) Non-political Activities
5) McMaster International Health Centre
6) Women in Power Project
7) University of Northern British Columbia
8) Fraser Basin Council
9) Miscellaneous – First Nations Material
10) National Speakers Bureau
11) Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
12) Honours & Awards
13) Political Papers

Campagnolo, Iona

Ah Yee's Store at South Fort George, BC

Photograph depicts a woman, man, and dog standing in front of the Chinese general store in a log building with the sign "AH YEE FUR DEALER GENERAL MERCHANT". Power poles, buildings, and trees visible in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "First Store S Ft George A. G. Hamilton" "Boucher [sic]". It is believed that this store was originally owned by A. G. Hamilton.

Bridget Moran with Women at University Women's Club Meeting

Photograph depicts Moran standing between two unidentified women. Fourth woman semi-visible on far right. Photograph taken during a three day meeting of the B.C. Council of the Canadian Federation of University Women, to honour the 25th anniversary of the Prince George club, and release the new edition of their book 'Prince George Street Names: Our History'.

Bridget Moran with Woman at University Women's Club Meeting

Photograph depicts Moran standing to right of unidentified woman. Banner hung in background reads: "PRINCE GEORGE B.C. / U.W.C / FORUMS SCHOLARSHIPS / LOCAL HISTORY". Photograph taken during a three day meeting of the B.C. Council of the Canadian Federation of University Women, to honour the 25th anniversary of the Prince George club, and release the new edition of their book 'Prince George Street Names: Our History'.

Bridget Moran Accepting Certificate of Merit

Handwritten annotation on recto: "Bridget Moran receives a Certificate of Merit from Don Sale and Naomi Miller of the B.C. Historical Federation Writing Competition Committee. May 13/89". Moran stands behind microphone, holding award, Don Sale and Naomi Miller on either side.

Bridget Moran & Mary John at First Autographing

Photograph depicts Mary John seated to left of Bridget Moran at book signing table. Copies of 'STONE CREEK WOMAN' displayed in foreground, plants and bookshelves in background. Accompanying photo caption reads: "First Autographing Nov 12/88".

Moran Giving Speech as Best Author of 1988

Handwritten annotation on recto: "Bridget Moran thanks the B.C. Historical Federation for recognizing her as best author of 1988." Moran stands behind microphone, holding award. Don Sale and Naomi Miller of the B.C. Historical Federation Writing Competition Committee stand in background.

Moran Receiving Lieutenant Governor's Medal for Historical Writing

Handwritten annotation on recto: "Bridget Moran receives the Lieutenant - Governor's Medal for Historical Writing from His Honour David C. Lam in Government House, May 12, 1989." Lieutenant Governor Lam stands in formal attire on left, shaking hands with Moran. Two woman stand in background.

Lieutenant Governor Lam Congratulating Bridget Moran

Handwritten annotation on recto: "His Honour David C. Lam congratulates Bridge Moran of Prince George for her award winning book - Stoney Creek Woman." Lieutenant Governor Lam stands in formal attire on left, presenting medal to Moran. Two woman stand in background.

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