- CA CCOQ F42
District of Coquitlam
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District of Coquitlam
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 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 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 of the Champagne family, who lived and worked in Maillardville. The fonds consists of both textual records and photographs.
The fonds consists of photographs taken as part of real estate appraisals in Coquitlam.
Grover, Elliott & Co. Ltd.
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 b&w negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by the Herald Newspaper in the early 1980s.
The Herald (newspaper)
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 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 item consists of a copy of Stephen A. Carter's poem, "Coquitlam Calls."
Carter, Stephen A.
The accession consists of textual records, photographs, and slides that were created and maintained by the group.
Club Bel Âge
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 item consists of one pamphlet advertising the Municipality of the District of Coquitlam, encouraging farming and settlement in the district.
Corporation of the District of Coquitlam