- CA CCOQ F42
District of Coquitlam
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District of Coquitlam
The fonds consists of the District of Fraser Mills Letters Patent, council minutes, financial records, correspondence, municipal government records, police commission meeting minutes, declarations and assessment rolls, and assorted textual records.
The Corporation of the District of Fraser Mills
The fonds consists of black and white photographs, some black and white negatives, and the occasional colour photograph taken by photographers working for the Enterprise Newspaper. Notations on the backs of the photographs indicate that they were used to plan the publication of the newspaper, and some have cropping written directly on the photograph. Most of the photographs depict residents of Coquitlam.
The fonds consists of records made or received in the course of conducting the operational business of the City of Coquitlam and its various departments.
City of Coquitlam
The fonds consists of two colour positive slides depicting the former townsite at Fraser Mills in 1976. The photographs were taken on the south side of the railway tracks by George Bergson. The fonds also includes a number of photographic slides showing various interior and exterior shots of Fraser Mills buildings taken in 1986 as well as a photograph showing the mill taken in 1996 from New Westminster looking down the Fraser River.
The fonds consists of operational records generated by the Four Acres Trailer Court including a business card, signs, financial records and lists of tenants.
Four Acres Trailer Court
The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam. Record types include: constitution & bylaws, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, correspondence, financial records, photographs, and ephemera.
Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam
The fonds consists of records of the Champagne family, who lived and worked in Maillardville. The fonds consists of both textual records and photographs.
The fonds consists of the personal and professional records of Tim Kernighan. The fonds includes photographs, certificates, job postings and job applications, invitations, maps, and other ephemera related to Coquitlam, BC.
The accession consists of textual records, photographs, and slides that were created and maintained by the group.
Club Bel Âge
The Hoy-Scott Watershed Society fonds consists of the records created and received by the Hoy-Scott Watershed Society and reflects its hatchery operations, salmonid enhancement and environmental stewardship programs, events, and environmental advocacy initiatives in the larger Coquitlam Watershed.
The fonds consists of administrative records, reports, correspondence, event planning files, newspaper clippings, newsletters, publications, plans, a scrapbook, promotional materials, and photographs documenting the activities of the Hoy-Scott Watershed Society and the operations of the Hoy Creek Hatchery in Coquitlam.
The fonds was arranged into four series by the archivist. See the Physical condition and Arrangement note below for more information.
Hoy-Scott Watershed Society
The fonds consists of records pertaining to the development and administration of the Como Lake Preschool from its inception in 1952 through to its dissolution in 2011. The fonds consists of committee meeting minutes, administrative records, newsletters, procedural handbooks, photographs, promotional materials, and a leather-bound history of the preschool. The records have been divided into 3 series as follows:
Series 1: Meeting Minutes
Series 2: Administrative records
Sub-series 1: Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines
Sub-series 2: President?s Files
Sub-series 3: Newsletters
Sub-series 4: Written Histories
Sub-series 5: Ephemera
Sub-series 6: Financial records
Sub-series 7: General Administration
Series 3: Photographs
Como Lake Preschool
The fonds consists of an album containing photographs of a visit from a sister city delegation of the Tochigi Prefecture in Japan that took place in August, 1996.
The fonds consists of banking ledgers, photographs, promotional materials and newspaper clippings.
Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union
The ArtsConnect Tri-Cities Arts Council fonds consists of the records created and received by the arts council and reflects its exhibitions and events, programs, workshops, awards and scholarships, fundraising, and advocacy for the arts in the Tri-Cities, predominantly from 1990 to 2008.
The fonds consists of a record types including minutes, reports, constitutions, correspondence, event planning files, production and exhibition files, newspaper clippings, newsletters, publications, plans, programmes, a scrapbook, promotional materials, and photographs depicting the many arts and cultural initiatives ArtsConnect organized and sponsored.
The fonds is arranged into seven series by the archivist. See the Physical condition and Arrangement note below for more information.
ArtsConnect Tri-Cities Arts Council
The fonds consists of photographs (prints and negatives), as well as textual material produced or accumulated by Craig Hodge as part of his various functions. Series 01 includes photographs and textual material accumulated as part of his duties on the Pioneer Tales Book Committee, which produced "Coquitlam 100 Years: Reflections of the Past" in 1991. Series 02 includes photographs taken by Hodge during the opening ceremonies of the BC Summer Games in 1991. Series 03 includes photographs taken by Hodge in his capacity as staff photographer for the Columbian Newspaper in the 1970s and 1980s.
The fonds consists of records relating to Russell Hellard's volunteering initiatives in Coquitlam, including his participation in the Crime Prevention Committee, the Community Policing Committee, the Mundy Park Sub Committee, the Crime Prevention Society, the BC Summer Games, the Centennial Committee, Block Watch, Vandal Watch, Court Watch, among others. The fonds also includes personal and family records, including a collection of photographs from his service in Canada and Australia during the Second World War.
The fonds consists of copies of The Coquitlam Herald newspaper covering the period from 1930 to 1957 as well as Special Supplements from 1979 to 1981.
The Coquitlam Herald (newspaper)
The fonds consists of a copy of Ronald Moyes' interview with Veteran's Affairs on CD; handwritten narrative by Ronald Moyes titled "Coquitlam in the 30s and Beyond"; three versions of the "Coming Home...on a Wing and a Prayer" booklet written by Ronald Moyes; photographs; order of service for Blue Mountain Union Chruch; and newspaper clippings.
The fonds consists of the operational records of the Burquitlam Community Association, including minutes, agendas, correspondence, and documents related to programs, projects, and committees. The fonds also includes photographs of the Burquitlam neighbourhood and a Burquitlam Community Association meeting from 2004.
Burquitlam Community Association
The fonds consists of one panoramic photograph and one postcard. The panorama depicts the students and teachers from Our Lady of Lourdes school posed in front of the school buildings and Our Lady of Lourdes Church. The postcard from 1908 is addressed to Miss Sadie Lougheed, Coquitlam BC.
The fonds consists of two scrapbooks and one wooden name plate. The scrapbooks were put together by Dr. Thomas G. Caunt, who worked at Crease Clinic and the Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale, starting in 1935. He created the scrapbooks for his son and daughter as a record of his employment.
The scrapbooks detail significant moments of Caunt's medical career and personal life during 1934–1968, as well as various events at Essondale Hospital, including the installation of the BC Tel telephone exchange. A significant portion of the scrapbook documents the trips Caunt took in 1949-1950 to move geriatric patients to the new Homes for the Aged in Vernon (Dellview) and Terrace (Skeenaview).
Caunt, Dr. Thomas G.
The fonds consists of records created and acquired by the Northeast Coquitlam Ratepayers Association in the course of its lobbying activities. It includes the Association’s constitution and bylaws, minutes, incoming and outgoing correspondence, financial reports, membership lists, aggregated newspaper clippings, and annotated records of other bodies (especially the City of Coquitlam).
Northeast Coquitlam Ratepayers Association
The fonds consists of b&w negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by the Herald Newspaper in the early 1980s.
The Herald (newspaper)
The fonds consists of records generated in the course of municipal business by the City Clerk's office and City Council, including the provision of public safety, health and welfare and in the execution of public works, the licensing and the zoning of land, tax collection, assessment, and the administration of elections.
The original Letters Patent from 1891 can be found in Box 136.
Records include the City of Coquitlam?s bylaws, correspondence, regular and executive
council minutes and their indexes, Council committee minutes, security dockets
composed of legal documents, public hearing minutes; and city manager?s reports to Council.
City of Coquitlam. Council and Office of the City Clerk
The fonds consists of Columbian Newspaper clippings, B&W photographs, press releases, and other assorted records arranged by subject and by person. The files were created by Columbian staff members for reference purposes.
The fonds consists of several photographs including two class portraits from Our Lady of Fatima School (Grade 4 French from 1959-1960 and Grade 6 French from 1961-1962); a baseball team photograph of the SO Coquitlam Allstars from 1963; and a photograph of Fernand and Julienne Filiatrault with Father Gérard Leduc and Father Denomee Trenomme from Lady of Fatima Church.
The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records created and received by the Burquitlam Lions Club from 1969 to 2016. The materials are related to the club’s initiatives serving both the local community as well as international programs through Lions International.
The fonds reflects this in the following three series: Administrative and membership records; Newsletters and bulletins, and Events and programs.
The Administration and membership records series consists of records pertaining to the Burquitlam Lions Club's administrative and membership activities. It is divided into four subseries: Membership records, Constitution, policy and procedures; Agendas and minutes; and Correspondence.
The Newsletters and bulletins series consists of newsletters and bulletins created by the Burquitlam Lions Club, and ones received by Lions Club International and District 19 Governors.
The Events and programs series contains records related to specific programs supported by the Burquitlam Lions Club as well as events held in their community.
Burquitlam Lions Club
The fonds consists of the operational records of the Coquitlam Teacher Librarians' Association from 1964 to 2017. The records include the constitution, meeting minutes, grant and funding information, award information, statistics, contacts lists, and records relating to annual conferences.
Coquitlam Teacher-Librarians' Association
The fonds consists of records from the first graduation ceremony at Centennial School in 1967 as well as assorted certificates for academic achievement. The fonds also contains a photograph of the centennial totem pole as it was being painted in 1967.