Photograph depicts Ross Duddy with back to photographer, working at table in lab. Unidentified woman stands in right foreground operating unidentified machinery. Miscellaneous equipment and supplies throughout. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "ROSS DUDDY / LAB SUPER".
Photograph depicts man in lab coat tending to woman's arm. Miscellaneous hospital supplies on counter and shelves in background. Hallway can be seen behind them. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph gives names of individuals in image.
Photograph depicts two fire trucks semi-visible in garage with the sign "FIRE HALL". House and snowmobile can be seen in left midground, truck and power pole in right foreground. Mountains in background. Warning visible on front of trucks: "KEEP BACK 500m".
Photograph depicts unidentified man standing in change house located at the new Mine Dry building. This change house utilized baskets which could be lowered under hinged covers, while the previous change house used baskets which could be raised by chains.
Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Work crew eating in open at 10˚ below zero, evicted from Lunchroom, due to damage to, from falling rock." Men are shown sitting in snow. Various metal materials in foreground, snow-covered mountainside in background. It is believed that power lines are also visible in background.
Photograph depicts the steel sheeting of the crusher building underway. Three men stand on platform suspended by cables close to roof of crusher building. Three other men can be seen working on the roof of the building, one walking, one sitting, one lying on his stomach very close to the edge. All are wearing safety gear. Cassiar mountain range in background.
Photograph depicts large swath of dark waste down mountainside to right of valley. The waste dump is believed to be visible at top of swath on right of image. Bench mining visible on the North and South peak in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Oct. 25 / 65 4:25 PM."
Typed annotation on caption below photograph: "General Superintendent A.C. Beguin receiving 1965 Safety Award for Open Pits and Quarries in British Columbia from Mr. R.B. Bonar, Dept. of Mines and Petroleum Resources." Photograph depicts A.C. Beguin shaking hands with Mr. Bonar as he accepts a large plaque. Counter bar and curtains in background.
Photograph is one of three images from 'Suture' newsletter (see file 2009.6.5.6), published by St. Mary's General Hospital, New Brunswick Department of Education, Women in Leadership Workshop, 11 May 1989. See also items 2009.6.1.503 and 2009.6.1.504.
Consists of 1 later draft of chapter for Prospering Together, entitled "Chapter 7: Unlocking the Medicine Chest: the Implications of Transferring Control of Health Services to First Nations." Also includes 1 Laurier Institution brochure entitled "The Challenge of Diversity," and 1 cover letter. Cover letter, from Ann G. Roberts, Executive Assistant, Laurier Institution, asks Dr. David Fish to amend submitted chapter and then approve the final version for publication.
Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "The Contribution of Occupationally Related Deaths to Mortality in a Selected Cohort of Aircrew Members," presented at the Third International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Singapore, 1983.
Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "Cost Studies in Canadian Medical Schools," presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Medical Colleges, Kingston, Ontario, September, 1965.
Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "Interns and Residents: The Cost of Their Training and the Supply of Physicians' Services," written by Hans J. Kieferle, Graduate Student, London School of Economics, and David G. Fish, Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Manitoba.
Consists of 1 report entitled "Assignment Report on Medical Education: Development of a Protocol for the Study of the Utilization of Doctors in Ceylon: WHO Project: Ceylon 0047," by Dr. David G. Fish, WHO Short-Term Consultant.
Photograph depicts man [possibly Paul Clark?] seated with two women at table in lab. Second man [possibly Lab Superintendent Ross Duddy?] seated at table in background. Miscellaneous equipment and supplies throughout. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Paul Clark / [Odett?] Cario".
Photograph depicts two women seated at lab table, facing away from photographer. Woman on right believed to be combing asbestos fibres to determine length and grade. Woman on left believed to be conducting standard lab tests (weighing filters, test tubes, or fibres).
Photograph depicts man with arm in cast, seated in hospital room, nurse on left, Doctor on right (see item 2000.1.1.3.19.49). Doors and miscellaneous hospital equipment in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph gives names of individuals in image.
Photograph depicts unidentified man at orange lockers in the new Mine Dry change house. This building also housed a security office, and mine store where work apparel could be purchased (see item 2000.1.1.3.19.124).
Photograph depicts Zora Ivanovska in safety gear, vaccuming asbestos dust from "hall screen" in mill (slanted vibrating tables with varying mesh sizes, used to separate different lengths of fibre). Mill General Foreman Tony Pinto is visible on far right, with unidentified man.
Handwritten photo album caption below this photo reads: "The above ship, after 'doing' a barrel-roll 50 feet above the runway." Photograph depicts three men in uniform bent over wreckage of plane crash in airstrip believed to be at Whitehorse, YT. Large group of men and vehicles in background on right, trees and hillside in background on left.
Three men stand under deck of three story hotel. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "Empress Hotel South Fort George, B.C.", on recto: "according to Mrs [illegible] Williams this Hotel burned down New Years 1914 and the owner collected insurance & moved to Anchorage Alaska. (smell of kerosene)", "Boucher [sic]".
Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "From Kandy to Canada, Or, Looking in the Mirror First," presented at the Eighth Bibile Memorial Oration to the Kandy Society of Medicine, Kandy Sri Lanka, 13 February 1986.
Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "The Relationship between Career Attitudes and Career Choices of Canadian Medical Students," presented by D.G. Fish at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Canadian Medical Colleges, Edmonton, Alberta, October, 1971.
Photograph is one of 11 images taken during a World Health Organization (WHO) trip, Human Rights of Women and Children, Peru, 1990. Possibly affiliated with World Council of Churches, International Ecumenical Delegation to Lima, Peru, 14-25 October 1990. See also items 2009.6.1.506 - 2009.6.1.515.
Boat floats close to shore in foreground, forest and hills on opposite shore in background. Joyce is the daughter of Bertha and W.E. Collison, and the granddaughter of Marion and Archdeacon W.H. Collison.
Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Upper Nass River Sept. 1933. Joyce with Tom Moorhouse & the medical officer".
Polaroid photograph depicting large building with the sign "TRADES SHOP". Power line and red car in foreground; hill and trees in background. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "The Sanatorium. Fort Qu'Appelle - July 6/79".
Photograph depicts Joseph wearing safety gear while standing at testing equipment on raised sampling station. Sign below Joseph reads "DO NOT DISTURB / SAMPLING IN PROGRESS / PROPERTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL DEPT. / CASSIAR ASBESTOS LTD." Helen Joseph took air quality tests in the working areas and town (see item 2000.1.1.3.19.135). Power lines, unidentified building, and mountain base visible in background. Photo was taken during winter.
Handwritten caption beside this photo reads: "Damage to Cassiar Grader, result of hazardous access to site". Rocks and rubble in foreground, mountain in background. Grader appears to be sitting on edge of cliff.
Photograph depicts four construction workers in front of tall wood structure extending to top level of construction area. Building material and supplies cover the ground: lumber, saw horses etc. Barricades against loose rock enclose area in midground (see item 2000.1.1.2.352). Plastic-covered pile sits at top level in background.
Typed annotation on caption adhered to recto of photograph: "Presentation of Open Pit Mines and Quarries Annual Safety Award by W.K. Kiernan, Minister of Mines, British Columbia to J.G. Berry, General Superintendent, Cassiar Asbestos Corporation. Cassiar Asbestos Corporation won the trophy for the year 1962 with a compensable accident frequency of 7.19." Photograph depicts J.G. Berry shaking hands with Mr. Kiernan as he accepts a plaque from the "DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES." A man and woman are partially visible at table behind them. Curtains on wall in background.