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Thomas Crosby Mission Ship Photograph Collection

  • 2009.21
  • Coleção
  • 1932-1946

Subject areas identified in this collection include: church and hospital buildings (including nurses quarters); group photos featuring doctors, nurses, and hospital workers; grave markers; landscapes; processing of oolichan fish; and various church-related events such as weddings and church openings.

Thomas Crosby Mission Ships

Accidents and Incidents

File contains images relating to Incident & Accident Investigations and Occurrences. The photographs are grouped into sets relating to separate incidents.

File contains photographs related primarily to the following subject areas: personnel vehicle accidents, mine vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, fires, and rock falls in the pit mine.

Identified objects include Euclid ore hauling trucks, Wabco ore haulage trucks, drill rigs, derailed train car, Clark forklift, dump trucks, twisted steel girder, and cat machine.

Locations identified include the townsite, mill building, pit mine, tramline, railroad, the powerhouse, the plantsite, and the underground mine.

The following is abbreviated description of the incidents documented in this file:

  • Photos and negatives of a rock slide in the pit mine, a flooding creek, a house severely damaged by fire, a parking lot in Cassiar, and what are speculated to be oil drums.
  • Various of Finning Tractor and equipment damage incidents, one occurred on 2 July 1981 because of HOS blade, another in Nov, 1987, and another in Oct. 1986. Also Euclid accidents, of which one occurred 29 May 1987
  • Photos of split fibre bags in snow, a damaged brown car in Cassiar parking lot, various Blast Hole Drill accidents, of which one occurred in pit in September 1985, and another planned blast that failed to detonate - powergel 'A' slurry failure on 10 June 1985.
  • a derailed train, and a young woman measuring damaged steel trellis.
  • Photos of Drill #707 fallen over in bank, a broken haulage truck, a fire damaged truck, and of Drill and Wzbco accident, #650 Haulage Truck accident on Oct. 24, 1990, and another accident near gas pump area involving truck on 5 Feb. 1987.
  • Photos of damaged tramline after avalanche with annotated envelope "Bill Zemenchick", a set of photos showing tramline trackrope incident in 1986, and a derailed tramline carts in discharge area on 6 October 1986.
  • Photos of Pressure Packer Accumulator Failure from the Plantsite in 1986, incident neraby Fibre Storage building involving #872 Forklift during 80s, another incident involving the #489 Hydraulic Shovel in the Mine during 80s.
  • Photos of broken windshield and overloaded bucket on 30 April 1985, a screw gun malfunction caused by outlet having 600v power source in 1985, incident caused injury.
  • Photos of "G" conveyor accident in April 1988, equipment damage in Underground mine in 1990, damaged screens in Mill, malfunctioning blade incident 11 Jan. 1992.
  • Photos of Cat Engine cracking, damaged garbage truck, Haulage Truck engine failure on 27 Oct. 1986, Truck #84 backed into trench on 17 Oct. 1990, a loader that caught fire 21 June 1989, a grader accident on 21 Nov. 1985, and Haul track #59 broken tie rod that caused significant equipment damage.
  • Photos of a fuel oil spill on 11 June 1990 in the Cassiar valley around plantsite.
  • Photos of ground failure in Cassiar open pit 22 June 1988, 5 May 1987, and 2 Sept. 1987.
  • Photos of damaged tires and damaged cart, a panfeeder accident in trench, shovel accidents on 6 March 1986 and 15 November 1986, Cylinder rod accident on 7 March 1986, manhole incident 9 April 1984, snow damage to building 29 March 1982, another loader engine fire on 3 Sept. 1987, and a broken tail light on 6 April 1988.
  • Photos of accident in Underground mine when drilling piece of shotcrete fell on 20 June 1991, incident of disconnecting sling from chute causing damage on 4 July 1990, and accident in open pit of machinery going off road on 14 January 1988.
  • Photos of Mine Garage Parts-room fire collection; 18 January 1986, also included are two photographs of a Euclid truck - kept with collection of context. Truck could have been used to transport debris.
  • Important collection of three photographs of scoop tram sabotage incident - "foul play" on 15 June 1990. The Scoop tram was used in the underground mine.

Some of the above accidents involved personnel and therefore access is restricted - See Archivist for accessibility.

Waste in Mine Valley

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."

1961 - Woman in Lab

Photograph depicts woman in white lab coat testing quality of asbestos fibre. Special lab instruments sit on counter top. Handwritten annotation on verso of photograph: "1961".

1965 - Ross Duddy & Unknown Woman in Lab

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".

Community Album - Fire Hall

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".

1970 Labour Strike

File contains photographs depicting individuals at Cassiar on strike in the winter time, marching down roads, holding picket signs, carrying small children who hold signs, and driving cars covered with strike slogans. Many of the signs read "U.S.W.A. LOCAL 6536" (United Steel Workers of America).

  • Two photographs depict a man with a video recorder. Some photos feature plant buildings, two were taken at night. One photograph depicts a note that reads: "THERE WILL BE NO AFTERNOON SHIFT THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5th 1970."
  • Many photos depict areas in the mine showing snow impacts, fissures in the mountain, asbestos evidence and other environmental activity. The picket signs contain protests regarding contracts, safety, environment, and ethics.
  • Handwritten annotation on original envelope containing photographs: "Pictures 1970 Strike."
  • Integrated into file are fourteen photos from file marked "Mr. B. Pewsey" that depict an area where a large rock fell, measuring tape, and protest sign.

A.C. Beguin Accepting Safety Award

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.

Work Crew Eating Outside in Cold Weather

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.

Construction Workers on Top of Crusher Building

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.

Photo Album #3: Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings

File consists of: Newspaper clipping: Marriage announcement for Bridget Moran's son, Patrick Moran Copy of front cover of A Little Rebellion Author contract for A Little Rebellion from Arsenal Pulp Press (July 22, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "Judge slams social services in teen's case" (Prince George Citizen, April 8, 1997) Newspaper clipping: unknown title (Nanaimo Daily Free Press, Nov. 6, 1992) Advertisement for Stoney Creek Woman and Judgement at Stoney Creek from Arsenal Pulp Press (Fall 1992) Newspaper clipping: advertisement for book signing of A Little Rebellion at Mosquito Books (Oct. 3) Newspaper clipping: "City authors launching new books" (Prince George Citizen, Oct. 21, 1992) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for A Little Rebellion (B.C. Bookworld, Fall 1992) Magazine advertising A Little Rebellion (British Columbia Books for Everybody) Card from Bridget Moran's son, Mike Moran Card from Mayo Rose (?) Magazine clipping: "Over-65 author denies she is 'not really retired'" (Pulp Poop, October 1992); Pulp Top Ten Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at Mountain Eagle Books in Smithers, BC (Oct. 23) Photocopies of advertisements for meeting Bridget Moran at Mountain Eagle Books in Smithers, BC (Oct. 23) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at the Northern Book Stop in Vanderhoof, BC (Oct. 15, 1992) Photocopy of advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at the Northern Book Stop in Vanderhoof, BC (Oct. 15, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "City authors launching new books" (date unknown) Newspaper clipping: Advertisements for book signings by Bridget Moran at Mosquito Books, Prince George, BC (Nov. 28) Press release: "Rebel Social Worker Visits Duncan" (Nov. 3, 1992) Book review: A Little Rebellion (BCASW Perspectives, Nov. 1992) Advertisement for Author Breakfast Series, Bridget Moran speaking (1992) Fax of Author Breakfast Series arrangements (1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Andrew Armitage, Director, School of Social Work, UVic re: speaking to a Social Work class (Oct. 18, 1992) Speaking schedule (1992) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget Moran versus Wacky" (B.C. Bookworld, Winter 1992) Invitation from Arsenal Pulp Press advertising its new fall titles by readings from authors (Nov. 22) Parking Pass for the University of British Columbia (Nov. 17) Letter to Bridget Moran from Harry (?) re: A Little Rebellion (Nov. 17, 1992) Letter to 'Mickey' from Amy (?) re: A Little Rebellion (June 8, 1993) Letter to Eileen from May Davidson re: A Little Rebellion (Dec. 15, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Dave Stevens, Board Chairman, Smithers Public Library re: donation of A Little Rebellion (October 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Michele Pujol, Women's Studies, UVic re: honorarium cheque for speaking (Nov. 19, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Nena Joy re: problems with the social services as foster parents (Oct. 23, 1992) Thank you letter to Bridget Moran from Val (?) re: speaking to Social Services class (date unknown) Newspaper clipping: "Omissions reduce the impact of protest chronicle" by Tom Sandborn (Saturday Review, Dec. 6, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget's battle" by Bev Christensen (PLUS!, Dec. 5, 1992) Advertisement for a book signing by Bridget Moran for Stoney Creek Woman at Coles in Parkwood Mall, Prince George, BC (Dec. 12, 1992) Advertisement for an autograph session by Bridget Moran for A Little Rebellion at Overwaitea Spruceland, Prince George, BC (Dec. 16) Letter to Bridget Moran from Jocelyn and Thelma (?) re: thank you (Jan. 4, 1993) Letter to Bridget Moran from Elaine Avila and Juliet Belmas re: A Little Rebellion (Dec. 10, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Andrew (?) re: thank you for speaking to a class (date unknown).

A Little Rebellion: letters from people after letter to Bennett

File consists of: Letter to Bridget Moran from Biosie Andin (?) (Jan. 6, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Laurie Quesnel (Jan. 6, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Betty Chalmers (Jan. 8, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from May Gross (April 28, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Alixie Carter (Jan. 6, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Anne Marie (?) (Jan. 8, 1964) Copy of letter sent to V.H. Dallamore from undersigned re: Bridget Moran (Jan. 7, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from MP (?) (Jan. 7, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from May Kirkham (?) (April 12, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Janet (Jan. 23, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from May Gross (?) (Jan. 12, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Anne Clayton Memorandum issued by May Gross on behalf of the BC Parent-Teacher Federation (Jan. 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. W. Somerset Letter to Bridget Moran from Alixie (May 11, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Francis Keith Taylor (May 14, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Simma Holt (Jan. 13, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from M.P. Tommy Douglas (May 10, 1967) Letter to Bridget Moran from Ethel Johnston (June 11, 1970) Letter to Bridget Moran from Marjorie E. Trott (March 16, 1964) Letter to the "Prince George Five" (Bridget Moran) from Sig and Glennis Sigurgeirson (Feb. 18, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. H.L. Honey (March 25, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Anne Marie (Jan. 13, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Joan Ridley (Feb. 28, 1964) Copy of letter written by D. Sigurgeirson on behalf of group of social workers and forwarded to Bridget Moran (March 10, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from A.G. Richardson, Chief Personnel Officer, Civil Service Commission re: review of her suspension (May 20, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from A.G. Richardson, Chief Personnel Officer, Civil Service Commission re: review of her suspension (June 3, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. Shirley Emhra (?) (Jan. 6, 1963) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. Grace Zimerwell (?) (Feb. 14, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Doris E. Betchley, on behalf of Mr. W.B. Milner (April 28, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Nancy Chatwin (Jan. 17, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from M.L.A. David Barrett (Feb. 26, 1968) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mr. Harold Dean, of Rankin, Dean & Munro (May 29, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mr. Harold Dean, of Rankin, Dean & Munro (June 29, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mr. Harold Dean, of Rankin, Dean & Munro (June 4, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mr. Harold Dean, of Rankin, Dean & Munro (June 19, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mr. Harold Dean, of Rankin, Dean & Munro (June 10, 1964) Card with newspaper clipping "Letter to the Vancouver Sun Editor: Sick, Sick, Sick by Bridget Moran" inserted inside sent to Bridget Moran from Jon George, of National Life of Canada. Letter to Bridget Moran from Gisela Konopka, D.S.W., University of Minnesota (Jan. 19, 1965) Letter to Bridget Moran from R.J. Perrault, M.L.A. (Feb. 23, 1968) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. W.T. Watson, B.C. Membership Secretary (Feb. 24) Letter to Bridget Moran from Alex Macdonald, M.L.A. (Feb. 21, 1968) Letter to Bridget Moran from R.M. Strachan, M.L.A. Leader of the Opposition (Feb. 21, 1968) Letter to Bridget Moran from Pearl C. Bentley, Founder and President of the Society of Women Only (June 2, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from W.B. Milner (June 15, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Alixie Carter (March 2, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Nancy (?) (Jan. 21, 1964) Card of support to Bridget Moran from Dave, Ted, Bruce and Joe (?) Card to Bridget Moran from Jack Honey (Jan. 11, 1963) Card to Bridget Moran from Ruby Locke Note sent to Bridget Moran along with a $20 in appreciation of her courage from "a friend" Letter to Bridget Moran from Nancy Chatwin (Jan. 7, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Clara C. Alexander (March 30, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Michael H. Braden (Jan. 16, 1964) and copies of letters sent by Mr. Braden to Roderick Haig-Brown (Jan. 10, 1964) and R. Hon. John G. Diefenbaker (May 25, 1963) Telegram sent to Bridget Moran from Ferro Marincowitz (Jan. 6, 1964?) Letter to Bridget Moran from members of the UBC School of Social Work along with table "Combined Government Expenditures for Social Welfare, British Columbia Fiscal Year 1961-61" (April 23, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from H.M. Morrison, Chairman, Civil Service Commission (June 12, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mrs. E.S. Coleman (Jan. 3, 1964) Letter to Bridget Moran from Ralph Kunitz (Jan. 18, 1964) Letter to Mr. Peter Moon, Canadian Star Weekly from Grace MacInnis, M.P. Vancouver-Kingsway re: speech made by Bridget Moran (Nov. 5, 1968) Letter to Bridget Moran from Joan Harris (May 7, 1967) Letter to Bridget Moran from L. Piotrowski (Aug. 4, 1968).

Album #1: newspaper clippings of articles written by B. Moran, 1968-69

File consists of: "Is the Media Anesthesia?" by Bridget Moran (The Citizen, Nov. 29, 1968) "Our Welfare Services Eroding" by Bridget Moran "Student Power" by Bridget Moran "Monument to poor' hit (The Vancouver Sun, Oct. 9, 1971) "Good Samaritans to rescue" (The Vancouver Sun, Oct. 9, 1971) "The Tragedy of Battered Children" by Bridget Moran (Feb. 6, 1969) "Fiery Young Princess 'Sounds Like Racist'" by Bridget Moran "How Can a white Woman Know About Indians?" by Bridget Moran (The Citizen, Feb. 27, 1969) "The Task Force and Our Housing Crisis" by Bridget Moran (The Citizen, March 31, 1969) "Prince George Ghettos Caused by Loan Policy" by Bridget Moran (The Citizen, March 27, 1969) "Low Rentals Weapon Against Slums but Become Compounds for the Poor" by Bridget Moran "B.C.'s Welfare Cycles Needs a Fresh Attack" by Bridget Moran "Some Canadians Born, Die Poor" by Bridget Moran "Most of Welfare Dollar Goes for Administration" by Bridget Moran (May 6, 1969)
*"Separating Needy from Freeloaders" by Bridget Moran.

Album #3: newspaper clippings and personal correspondence, 1964

File consists of: Telegram of support to Bridget Moran from E.N. Terry (Jan. 8, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Mary Hill, School of Social Work (Jan. 8, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from couple in Togham, John and Patricia Floyd (Feb. 18, 1964) Thank you letter to Bridget Moran from the University of Victoria Pre-Social Work Club Secretary, Margaret Ritchie (March 28, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Nancy (?) (Feb. 28, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from 86 year old Charles Smith (Jan. 6, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Isobel Erokman (March 22, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from William L. Valens, Certified R.C.P.S. (Jan. 3, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Bessie Snider (Jan. 5, 1963) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Ethel Ostry, Ontario Social Worker (Mar. 18, 1964) Letter of support to Bridget Moran from Margaret R. Jones (Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Former Child Welfare Head Backs Prince George Outcry" (Jan. 8, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare Service" (The Province, Jan. 15, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Letters to the Editor" (Vancouver Sun) Newspaper clipping: "Other Side Not All Bad" (Vancouver Sun, Jan. 31, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Not money, people" (The Citizen, Jan. 7, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare workers here consider Victoria march" (Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "IWA says welfare 'deplorable' (The Citizen, Jan. 20, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Anglicans, Liberals hit B.C. welfare program" (The Citizen, Jan. 20, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "B.C. welfare budget eyes by federation" (The Province, Jan. 28, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "House in uproar as motion beaten" (The Province, Jan. 28, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget 'made it tough'" (The Citizen, Feb. 7, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare workers reject Williston's observation" (The Citizen, Feb. 10, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare Aid 'Wasted' Says McGeer" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 5, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "More welfare letters read to legislature" (The Citizen, Feb. 5, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Flight to Bennett Diverted" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 12, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Bennett Refuses To See Worker" (The Daily Colonist, Victoria, Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "B.C. Welfare Setup Branded as Farce" (Feb. 11, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Fort St. John 'misinformed' (Feb. 13, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Resigned Welfare Official 'Green'" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 13, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Some People Unwilling To Cope" Newspaper clipping: "Investigate Welfare" (The Citizen) Letter to Bridget Moran from Wally du Temple Newspaper clipping: "Fort Nelson Seeks Welfare Officer" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 15, 1964) Telegram of support to Bridget Moran from S.D. Moslin, Association of Chest Employees (Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare Protest March Threatened (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare Staff Considering Protest March" (Times, Feb. 14) Telegram to Bridget Moran from Wally du Temple (Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Suddenly He's Young And Green!" (Victoria Daily Times, Feb. 14, 1964) Letter to James A. Sadler, Director of Social Welfare from Bridget Moran and co- workers, protesting Wally du Temple's suspension (Feb. 13, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Greenness Positive Virtue In B.C. Welfare Protest" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 18, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Welfare Fighter City-Bound" (Daily Colonist, Victoria, Feb. 15, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "Gov't Rewards Family Splits Says Barrett" (Victoria Daily Times, Feb. 14, 1964) Newspaper clipping: "City Demands Welfare Probe" (The Citizen, Feb. 20, 1964)
*Newspaper clipping: "Five Social Workers Suspended by Gov't" (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 18, 1964).

Annual Reports from the Department of Social Welfare

File consists of the Annual Report of the Department of Social Welfare for the Year ended March 31st 1970, the Annual Report of the Department of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement for the Year ended March 31st 1972, the Annual Report of the Department of Human Resources for the Year ended March 31st 1974, and the Annual Report of the Ministry of Social Services and Housing, 1989 / 90.

Bob Harkins interview with Walter Gill

Item consists of interview with Walter Gill who discusses his career in the BC Provincial Police in Central Interior. Also talks about trapping in region.

Harkins, Bob

Bob Harkins interview with Tom Waller

Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Tom Waller who discusses fire protection and forest fires in the Prince George and Peace River region.

Bob Harkins

Published and Unpublished Materials

Series consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, newsletters, advertisements, contracts, notebooks, audiocassettes of oral interviews and readings, transcripts, book launch announcements, front cover mock-ups, edited drafts, manuscripts, fact sheets, poems, catalogues, bookmarks, skits, conference events programme, poster, grant applications and related correspondence, a wooden placard, handwritten notes, book reviews, inquest reports, background material, VHS recordings of classroom talks given by Bridget Moran, Mary John and Justa Monk re: her publications, and ephemera. This series contains material from all five of her publications:

  1. (1988) Stoney Creek Woman: The Story of Mary John. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  2. (1990) Judgment at Stoney Creek. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press
  3. (1992) A Little Rebellion. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  4. (1994) Justa: A First Nations Leader. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  5. (1996) Prince George Remembered. Prince George, British Columbia: Moran Publishing.
    This series also consists of, but is not limited to, a number of unpublished manuscripts and drafts and/or writing contest submissions also written by Bridget Moran, such as:
    • "Mary and Me" (ca. 1998)
    • "Where Winds Come Sweet" (ca. 1981)
    • "The Horizontal Land" (ca. 1992)
    • "The Summer of '81"
    • "The Relief Cheque" (ca. 1998)
    • "The Case of the Box of Matches" (ca. 1987)
    • "Unholy Deadlock" (ca. 1990)
    • "The Numbers Game"
    • "Reflections on Theme" (ca. 1967)
    • "Come Hell or High Water" (ca. 1976)
    • "Man Alive"
    • "The Deadbeat Mystique"
    • "Hell on Wheels"
    • "Backstairs at the Palace"
    • "James MacCallum" (ca. 1984)
    • "Hushaby, Baby" (ca. 1981)
    • "The Decline and Fall of Mr. Sullivan"
    • "Case History of a Gadfly"
    • "Welfare and the Good Life"
    • "Childhood Memories" (ca. 1976)
    • "The Three Musketeers" (ca. 1974-75)
    • "A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan" (ca. 1979)
    • "Diary of Success Homecoming"
    • "My Old Flame" (ca. 1992)
    • "O Ye Dry Bones" (ca. 1996)
    • "Supper, Little Children" (ca. 1983).

Chapter 7: Unlocking the Medicine Chest: the Implications of Transferring Control of Health Services to First Nations [later draft]

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.

Cost Studies in Canadian Medical Schools

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.

Faculties and Finances

Consists of 1 unpublished paper entitled "Faculties and Finances," presented at the Western Conference on Medical Education, Edmonton, Alberta, December 1965.

Parkside Intermediate Care Home

Image depicts Parkside Intermediate Care Home on Ospika Boulevard in Prince George. Map coordinates 53°55'02.6"N 122°47'41.6"W

Health Policy in South Africa

Subseries consists of material related to a 1983 project titled "The Politics of Health in South Africa" conducted in conjunction with Pranlal Manga and Weller’s travel to South Africa to conduct research for this project. This paper was never published. Material includes notes regarding contacting and interviewing persons involved with health polity in South Africa, publications by other scholars, documents released by government bodies of African countries, and newspaper clippings. The files are generally one of two types: files of newspaper clippings on a particular topic or individually filed publications alphabetized by author. Many files have dates past Weller’s work on his project with Manga suggesting continued research on politics in South Africa into the 1990s.

Health Care in Ontario and the Circumpolar North

Subseries consists of material related to Weller’s roles on the Advisory Committee for the Health Promotion and Prevention Project of the Ontario Council of Health (1983-1984), the Thunder Bay District Health Council (1983-1988), focus group of The Premier's Council on Health Strategy (1987-1988), board of the Victorian Order of Nurses (1987-1988), the study advisory group on the Study on Health and Social Service Professionals in Northern Ontario (1989-1990). The subseries also contains material involved in Weller’s academic research on healthcare in northern regions, specifically the projects titled "The Politics of Health in the Circumpolar North,” "The Delivery of Health Care to Underserviced Areas,” and "Health Care Delivery in Northern Hinterlands.” It also contains research pertaining to the Canada Health Act of 1984. Material includes documents produced for meetings of the advisory committees and Thunder Bay District Health Council, such as minutes and reports, correspondence, and other material produced by these groups as well as government bodies and scholars in the areas of health policy and circumpolar health.

"Health Care and Medicare Policy in Ontario"

File consists of the chapter "Health Care and Medicare in Ontario: The Health Care Issues" by Weller in the book "Perspectives on Canadian Health and Social Services Policy: History and Emerging Trends" edited by C.A. Meilicke and JL Storch (1980). This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 3a listed in Weller's CV.

"From 'Pressure Group Politics' to 'Medical-Industrial Complex': The Development of Approaches to the Politics of Health"

File consists of an articled titled "From 'Pressure Group Politics' to 'Medical-Industrial Complex': The Development of Approaches to the Politics of Health" by Weller printed in the "Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law" Vol.1, No. 4, Winter 1977 and related correspondence.. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 5 listed in Weller's CV.

"Environmental Policy in Canada and the United States"

File consists of a Lake Superior Basin Studies Center publication titled "Environmental Policy in Canada and the United States" by Douglas C. Nord and Weller. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 14 listed in Weller's CV.

"Environmental Policy and Political Support"

File consists of an article titled "Environmental Policy and Political Support" by Douglas Nord and Weller as well as related correspondence and other material. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 17 listed in Weller's CV.

"The Politics and Administration of Amalgamation: The Case of Thunder Bay"

File consists of an article titled "The Politics and Administration of Amalgamation: The Case of Thunder Bay" by Weller, a copy of the "Laurentian Review" Vol.17 No. 2 Feb. 1985 as well as notes and related correspondence. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 20 listed in Weller's CV.

"Universities, Politics and Development in Northern Ontario and Northern Sweden: A Comparative Analysis"

File consists of versions of an article titled "Universities, Politics and Development in Northern Ontario and Northern Sweden: A Comparative Analysis" by Geoffrey Weller and Robert G. Rosehart, published in the "Canadian Journal of Higher Education " Vol. 15, No. 3, 1985 as well as related correspondence and other material. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 22 listed in Weller's CV.

Canada's Subarctic Universities

File consists of a chapter by Weller and Robert Rosehart titled "Universities, Politics and Development in Northern Ontario and Northern Sweden: A Comparative Analysis" from the book "Canada's Subarctic Universities" by Peter Adams and Doug Parker.

"Common Problems, Alternate Solutions: A Comparison of the Canadian and American Health Systems"

File consists of an article titled "Common Problems, Alternate Solutions: A Comparison of the Canadian and American Health Systems" by Weller and drafts of this publication as well as correspondence and a pamphlet for "Canada and the United States: The sixty-eighth American Assembly" November 15-18, 1984. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 24 listed in Weller's CV.

"Canadian Water Exports: A Controversy in the Making"

File consists of an article titled "Canadian Water Exports: A Controversy in the Making" by Weller from 1986, correspondence, and issue of the "American Review of Canadian Studies" Vol. 16, No. 4 Winter 1986 in which the article is printed as well as a conference paper titled "Blue Gold and Bourassa: The Bonanza from the North" This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 26 listed in Weller's CV.

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