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Appointments and Reviews

Subseries consists of material involved in Weller’s activity applying for, obtaining, and fulfilling the responsibilities of academic appointments (professorships, tenure, and university administrative positions), including correspondence, application materials, and annual reviews.

Artwork

Subseries consists of artwork by Brian Fawcett's friends and family, as well as miscellaneous printed graphic materials.

Birds, Wildlife

File contains slides depicting birds and wildlife at unknown locations.

Bralorne

File contains slides depicting locations in and around Bralorne, B.C.

Catharine Parr Traill

Subseries contains Ainley's research material on Catherine Parr Traill (nee Strickland). The subseries includes research for and manuscripts of: the conference presentation and book chapter, "Science in Canada's 'Backwoods'?: Catharine Parr Traill" (originally titled, "Catharine Parr Traill (1802-1899): A Woman Science Writer in 19th Century Canada"); the conference presentation, "Women and the Popularization of Science: 19th-century Women Science Writers in Canada"; and the conference presentation, "Colonial Lessons: Catherine Parr Traill (1802-99) and Popular Science Education in Upper Canada"; and publication "Circulating Gendered Knowledge: Catharine Parr Traill's Colonial Science Lessons, 1836-1895." Subseries consists of photocopied archival material, research notes, overhead transparencies, correspondence, manuscripts, and articles.

Central Interior Natives

File contains slides depicting old photographs of the Central Interior Natives, as well as maps.

Cheslatta

File contains slides depicting images of Cheslatta from 1991

Construction

Subseries consists of photographic material pertaining to building construction at Cassiar and Clinton Creek. Photos were taken of all the major structures during the building of the Cassiar plant in the early 1950s and the Clinton Creek plant in the early 1970s. There are also photographs pertaining to the new mill that was built at Cassiar in 1970-1971. Smaller scale construction jobs have been included: police station, powerhouse expansion, fiber storage building, sewage collection and treatment plants, accommodations and outside work camps.

Critical turning points: women engineers within and outside the profession

Subseries documents "Critical Turning Points: Women Engineers Within and Outside the Profession," a study funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) strategic grant. The study was broken up into four projects: "Women in Engineering: A Historical Overview," a project based on analyzing statistical and demographic data to establish a statistical profile of women in engineering; "The Explorers: Early Women Engineers," a project based on conducting oral histories and examining archival material to establish the reasons for early engineers choosing their careers; "Women's Exit from Engineering Studies, a project based on using semi-structured interviews to analyze reasons for women departing from their degree programs; and "Women's Exit from the Engineering Profession," a project based on open-ended unstructured interviews of former male and female engineers to analyze their reasons for leaving the profession. Ainley was a co-investigator on the study, along with the principal investigator, Peta Tancred, and co-investigators Susan Whitesides and Gillian Rejskind, and was involved in all the projects, except, "Women's Exit from Engineering Studies." Subseries consists of audio tapes and transcripts from interviews with female engineers, questionnaires from a project on Queen's University female engineering graduates by Alison Bowe, research notes, articles, conference proceedings, brochures and correspondence.

Davies Historical Photographs

Subseries consists of prints and negatives depicting railways in British Columbia, as well as a small selection of other subjects such as historical ships, buildings, vehicles, and bridges. All photographs created by David Davies.

Divide Lakes

File contains slides depicting images of and around Divide Lake.

Doukabours

File contains slides depicting a Doukabour community at an unknown location.

Dunster Station

File contains slides depicting images of Dunster Station from 1982 to 1983.

East Line Duplicate Slides

File contains slides depicting places along the east line of the BC Railway. Some are duplicates of the images found in the "East Line, Dome Creek - Lamming Mills - Misc" file.

East Line (Misc.)

File contains slides depicting places along the east line of the BC Railway.

Exploration and Development

Subseries consists of photographic material pertaining to early geological exploration and planning of the mine sites, plant sites and town sites of both Cassiar, B.C. and later Clinton Creek, Y.T. This subseries also includes photographic material capturing mining locations not owned by Cassiar Asbestos Corporation for what is believed to be corporate research and development purposes.

Fences, Log Construction

File contains slides depicting images of fences and various other forms of log construction, ranging from 1970 to 1985.

Fur Trade

File contains slides depicting subjects related to the Fur Trade.

General & Community Operations

Subseries consists of photographic material pertaining to the following subject areas: mine operations; plant operations;labour strike 1970s images; townsite operations of the company towns of Cassiar and Clinton Creek (including community activities associated therein and townsite development); as well as, images of mines not owned by Cassiar Asbestos Corporation, but which are believed to have been used for operational research purposes.

Ginter House

File contains slides depicting images of the Ginter House from 1997 in Prince George, B.C.

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