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Burquitlam Elementary School

The subseries consists of formal class portraits and staff portraits; photographs of student activities; certificates documenting the awards, appreciation and commendation of the school and the success of its programs; and some photographic slides and textual records about the school's potential closure in 1987.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Student Recognition scrapbook

The file consists of a scrapbook documenting the "Student of the Week" for each week of the school year, alongside photographs of the winning students.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Time capsule ephemera and other materials

The file contains the contents of a time capsule that was created in 1995 to commemorate Burquitlam Elementary School's 25th Anniversary, and was intended to be opened at the school's 50th anniversary in 2020. However, Burquitlam Elementary School closed in 2003, and the box was never opened.

The file consists of 25th anniversary ephemera, but is largely composed of textual records written by the students in Divisions 2, 4, 5, and 6, recounting their favourite academic and personal moments of 1995. Photographs in the file also depict students learning and playing outdoors, as well as class Halloween photographs.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Photograph Albums - Class and School Event Photographs

The file consists of fourteen albums of photographs compiled by Burquitlam Elementary school, largely depicting student class photographs, but also depicts school events including holiday concerts, Halloween events, athletic events, and community events. The file also contains student register lists that correspond to students in the class photographs.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Photographs of the Buddy Program

The file contains photographs depicting students from Division 6 taking part in the Buddy program, teaching younger students how to use the computer.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1941)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1941. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) are: Top row - Euphemia Thompson (Maid of Honour), Joyce Brown (Maid of Honour), Gilbert Gamache (May Queen), Lois Jago (Miss Canada), Dolly Boe (Record Bearer); Bottom row - Simone Grimard (Flower Girl), and Jeannette L'Heureux (Flower Girl).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1942)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1942. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) are: Shirley Christmas (Flower Girl), Edith Alexander (Maid of Honour), Peggy Brittain (May Queen), Ruth Nyhang (Record Bearer), Dorothy Thacker (Miss Canada), Angeline Roberge (Maid of Honour), Doreen Cornelius (Flower Girl).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1943)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1943. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) include: Dolly Boe (Maid of Honour), Beverley Gold (Flower Girl), Pauline Pelcher (May Queen), Helen Gagn? (Miss Canada), Beverley Caddy (Maid of Honour), Doris Poncelet (Record Bearer), and Shirley Kenward (Flower Girl).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1944)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1944. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) include: Camille Leclair (Maid of Honour), Gloria Fife (Miss Canada), Mary Charlton (May Queen- top), Myrna Butler (Flower Girl- bottom), Betty Shankowitz (Flower Girl), Roland Payer (Maid of Honour- top), Joan Cooper (Record Bearer- bottom).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1945)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1945. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) include: Joan McIntyre (Maid of Honour), Anita Carpenter (Flower Girl), Doris Filiatrault (May Queen), Jean Trickey (Miss Canada), Vivian Desaulnier (Flower Girl), Helen Anderson (Maid of Honour), Patricia Oxtoby (Record Bearer).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1946)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1946. The young women pictured in the photograph include: Shirley Christmas (May Queen- top middle), Shirley Williams (Maid of Honour- top left), Jeanne Carrier (Maid of Honour- top right), Vivian Noel (Miss Canada- right middle), Merle Cooper (Record Bearer- right bottom), Patricia Cosser (Flower Girl- bottom middle), and Eileen Severdid (Flower Girl- bottom left).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1947)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1947. The young women pictured in the photograph include: Jeannette Barber (Flower Girl- left bottom), Teresa Albert (Maid of Honour- left middle), Mary Zaharko (Miss Canada- left top), Patricia Hartigan (May Queen), Sheila Kaila (Maid of Honour), Diane Randall (Flower Girl), Velma Hale (Record Bearer).

Portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants (1948)

The item consists of a B&W portrait of the May Queen and her Attendants from 1948. The young women pictured in the photograph (from left to right) include: Gail Davies (Maid of Honour), Diane Hachey (Flower Girl), Alice Burslem (May Queen), Linda Martin (Flower Girl), Ann Stoddart (Miss Canada), Claudette Lambert (Maid of Honour), Diane Bouthot (Record Bearer).

Hat with badges

This item consists of one red baseball hat with assorted badges and pins attached. The badges and pins represent different American states and were accumulated during the course of the Olympics of the Mind 1986 tournament in Flagstaff, Arizona. The team members wore these hats during the tournament.

Miscellaneous Records

This series consists of miscellaneous items including swimming report cards and a scrapbook.

Swimming Progress Cards

The file consists of two swimming progress cards for swimming lessons provided by the District of Coquitlam Parks and Recreations Department.

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