Salmon Arm, BC

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              2007.17 · Collection · 1920-01-01 - 1982-12-31

              Collection consists of 140 photographs pertaining to the life and pursuits of James Joseph Claxton over the course of sixty years. Subject areas identified within this collection include: quartz and placer mining in the Cariboo; Kingcome Village; the Royal Irish Contabulary; Roderick's Jewelers, New Westminster; the "M.S. Columbia III"; Kwakiutl petrographs in Fort Rupert; totem poles at Alert Bay; and the Salmon Arm Boy Scouts of Canada group.

              Claxton, James Joseph
              2020.4.6.406 · File · 1995
              Part of G. Gary Runka fonds

              File consists of records created and accumulated by Gary Runka over the course of his consultancy work for Salmon River Watershed Roundtable for the "An Overview of Salmon River Watershed Land and Water Resources Condition, Trends and Issues" project in Salmon Arm. This file was numbered as G.G. Runka Land Sense Ltd. client file #406; that client number may be seen referenced elsewhere in the G. Gary Runka fonds. The Land Sense Ltd. client files generally include records such as correspondence, contracts, invoices, project reports, publications, ephemera, memoranda, maps or map excerpts, legal documents, meeting materials, clippings, and handwritten notes. File also includes 12 accompanying photographs.

              Okanagan Boy Scouts
              2007.17.7 · File · 1938-1939
              Part of James Joseph Claxton Photograph Collection

              This file consists of 3 photographs featuring the Salmon Arm Boy Scout troop with which J.J. Claxton was involved. Subject areas include: group photos and the troop attending the 1939 Royal Visit.