Archief F7 - Herald Newspaper fonds

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Herald Newspaper fonds

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CA CCOQ F7

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Datum(s)

  • 1981 (Vervaardig)
    Archiefvormer
    The Herald (newspaper)
  • 1981 - 1983 (Vervaardig)
    Archiefvormer
    The Herald-Enterprise (newspaper)

Fysieke beschrijving

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ca. 25,000 photographs : negatives ; b&w
ca. 700 contact sheets : b&w

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(1975–1980)

Institutionele geschiedenis

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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(1981–1984)

Institutionele geschiedenis

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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The negatives and contact sheets were donated by the Coquitlam Public Library after they were transferred from the Port Moody Station Museum.

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The fonds consists of b&w negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by the Herald Newspaper in the early 1980s.

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The fonds has been arranged according to year and month in which the photographs were taken. In order to determine the reference number for each specific photograph, use the following guide.
Reference number: F7-(year)-(month and date, if applicable)-(row number, 1-7)-(negative number- written below the negative)
Example: F7-1982-Nov 17-3-2 Would be negative number 2, in row three of Nov 17th, 1982

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