Printed captions below images on recto read: “Souvenir of Prince Rupert BC; Prince Rupert June 1st, 1909; Prince Rupert Sept 1st, 1913; Public School; Water Front; City Hall; Haye Cove; Margaeto Fleet; Harbour Scene; SS Prince Marquitta at Prince Georg; Sunrise Prince Rupert Harbour; General Hospital; Gold Storage Place; Prince Rupert from Summit”.
Photograph depicts large buildings on shore. Three unidentified individuals can be seen walking on dock in foreground.
Printed on image: "METLAKATLA B.C. / McRAE BROS"; handwritten annotation on verso reads: "A section of Metlakahtla, showing Church & Schoolhouse." See also item 2009.7.1.58 for similar image also featuring the new church building at Metlakatla, B.C.
Group of six men sit and stand on small boat close to shore. Rev. W.E. Collison stands on far right (son of Marion and Archdeacon W.H. Collison).
Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Dr. Macdonald Med officer (Kincolith) / Dr. [McQuarrie?] Med officer Victoria / Steven Clayton Native boat owner / Capt. Bary - Insp. of Indian Schools / W.E. Collison Indian agent. / Inspection trip to villages of upper Nass River".
Series consists of images pertaining the Collison family, North Coastal First Nations communities, means of transportation along North Coastal British Columbia, and various church structures and religious events.
This photograph collection consists of 53 photographs featuring primarily Giscome with a few of Prince George. Subjects include the Eagle Lake Sawmill, Eagle Lake, Giscome townsite (including specific buildings and general road perspectives), Giscome School, Division II class photos (1950-51), and the Giscome School teacherage.
Street view featuring a dirt road leading directly to Giscome School, a three room institution. On the right the steeple of the Catholic church is visible, beside which was Neff’s (sp?) corner store. Handwritten annotation in pen on verso reads: “Looking up our street. The school is at the end.”
Item consists of a Certificate of Achievement from the University of British Columbia certifying that Nedra Jane Paul attended the Summer School of the Theatre 5 July to 17 August 1954 and completed the requirements in Stagecrafts.
File consists of Record Book, Bridget C. Drugan, Social Welfare Branch, Prince George, BC (May 3, 1954 - Feb. 10, 1955) which includes handwritten notes on visits made to clients in Prince George and District.
Photograph depicts Mrs. Navin (wife of Dr. Navin - see item 2000.1.1.3.19.47) standing across unknown woman seated at librarian's table covered with books. Bookshelves in background, unknown couple sitting at table in left midground. Handwritten annotations on recto of photograph: "RIGHT / MRS NAVIN".
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.
Files contain a grade six report card, high school entrance certificate, certificates of appointment to various positions, a photocopy about the Dow Family, a map of the Cariboo District, Judge Ferry’s law degree from the University of British Columbia, his Law Society diplomas and his certificate of appointment to the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
File consists of a bound copy of Weller's thesis completed for his master degree at McMaster University titled "Some Contemporary American Views of Democracy and the Third World: A Critical Appraisal."
File consists of a review by Weller of "Thinking About Foreign Policy" by Peter C. Dobell and Bruce Thordarson. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 1 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of a chapter titled "Health Care and Medicare Policy in Ontario" by Geoffrey Weller printed in the book "Issues in Canadian Public Policy" edited by G.B. Doern and V.S. Wilson (Toronto, MacMillan, 1974). This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 3 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of two copies with different annotations of a paper titled "The Changing Nature of Canadian Health Policy" presented by Weller at the 1975 South-Western Political Science Association conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 2 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of an article titled "Recent Developments in Canadian Health Policy" by Weller printed in "Health Politics" Vol. 5 No. 1, Fall 1974 and related correspondence. This file was originally numbered to correspond with article number 2 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of two copies with different annotations of a paper by Weller titled "Health Policy in Ontario" presented at the conference "Election 1975: What are the Issues? A Conference on Contemporary Issues in Ontario Politics" a pamphlet, correspondence, and a notecard related to the conference. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 1 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of a paper titled "The Politicization of Health Services in Canada" presented by Weller at the Canadian Political Science Association conference in 1975 and two photocopies from the conference program showing Weller listed as a presenter. This file was originally numbered to correspond with conference paper number 3 listed in Weller's CV.
File consists of Weller's review of the book by R. Sennet and J. Cobb entitled "The Hidden Injuries of Class", which appeared in the Canadian Journal of Political Science Vol. VIII, No. 1 (March 1975), pp.171-172. Also includes related correspondence. This file was originally numbered to correspond with book review number 2 listed in Weller's CV.
Subseries consists of lecture notes and other course material from courses Weller taught early in his career as well as material from Weller’s own education in the area of comparative politics. More specifically, some files contain material from a courses taught by Weller at Bishop’s University “Politics in Britain and France” and “The Theory and Practice of Communism.” The dates of the material suggest that the files were also used for courses at Lakehead University.