The Coquitlam Herald (newspaper)

Identity area

Type of entity

Corporate body

Authorized form of name

The Coquitlam Herald (newspaper)

Parallel form(s) of name

Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Other form(s) of name

Identifiers for corporate bodies

Description area

Dates of existence

1929–1974

History

The Herald Newspaper was a weekly newspaper that covered the Tri-Cities area between January 1929 and December 30, 1980. Originally it was called the Coquitlam Herald but was renamed the Herald in 1975. During 1975–1980 it was published by W.E. Dunning Publishing Co. Ltd., publishers of The Gazette, The Herald, The Sunday Gazette, and The Sunday Herald. It amalgamated with the Enterprise Newspaper in June 1981 and became the Herald-Enterprise Newspaper. The Herald Newspaper ceased publication on October 9, 1984 after W.E. Dunning Publishing went out of business.

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Functions, occupations and activities

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Internal structures/genealogy

General context

Relationships area

Related entity

The Herald (newspaper) (1975–1980)

Identifier of the related entity

CH-2014-5

Category of the relationship

temporal

Type of relationship

The Herald (newspaper) is the successor of The Coquitlam Herald (newspaper)

Dates of the relationship

Description of relationship

Access points area

Occupations

Control area

Authority record identifier

TCH-2021-3

Institution identifier

CCOQ

Rules and/or conventions used

Rules for Archival Description (Revised Version – July 2008)
ISAAR (CPF): International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families (2nd edition - September 2011)

Status

Revised

Level of detail

Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created 26-03-2021

Language(s)

  • English

Script(s)

Sources

Coquitlam Public Library catalogue records
BC Archives Newspaper Holdings Inventory: https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/assets/micronewspapers2015_edit2.pdf

Maintenance notes

  • Clipboard

  • Export

  • EAC