The item consists of a scrapbook containing photographs that depict life in the construction camp for the second phase of the Coquitlam Dam between 1912 and 1913. The photographs show the camp, the bridge, Coquitlam Lake, salmon jumping in the lake, panoramic vistas, and social activities like rat catching, boating, and picnics.
The item consists of a poster advertising development in what is now Port Coquitlam. The poster was produced by the Coquitlam Terminal Company Limited/Coquitlam Townsite Company Limited of 549-553 Granville St, Vancouver BC. The title of the poster is "What Newspapers say about C.P.R. Grain Elevators at Port Coquitlam" and it features copies of newspaper clippings from The Province, Sun, and World from January, 1913.
The item consists of a piece of sheet music composed in honour of Coquitlam's centennial in 1991. The song was composed by Del Gachallan and is entitled, "Coquitlam, My Town." The song dedication message reads, "This song is dedicated to the Coquitlam Centennial Committee and volunteers, the Mayor and Members of Council, the Hillcrest Elementary School Choir, to all Coquitlam residents and to my family and friends."
The item consists of a souvenir program produced by the Coquitlam Minor Hockey Association for the Coquitlam Centennial '71 Pup Hockey Tournament that was held from April 8-12, 1971 at the Coquitlam Sports Centre at 633 Poirier Street.