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 fonds consists of bound copies of the Tri-Cities Now (Coquitlam Now) newspaper from 1984 to 2015 (note 1986 is missing); prints of photographs from 1991; copies of the newspaper on microfiche for various years; photographs and contents of the newspaper on CD-ROM from 2007 to 2015; a framed copy of the first edition; and various framed photographs and a poster.
The series consists of Columbian Newspaper clippings, B&W photographs, press releases, and other assorted records arranged by subject. The files were created by Columbian staff members for reference purposes.
The series consists of copies of the Tri-City News from 1990 to 2018 printed and bound in large volumes, arranged by month and year. The series also includes microfilmed copies of the Tri-City News from 1985 and 1986, as well as microfilmed copies of the Maple Ridge News (1985-1986) and the Sunday News (1985). Finally, the series includes several loose special editions in print form.
The series consists of photographs from various photographers donated to the Coquitlam Heritage Society by various donors. The photographs feature the following: early life in Maillardville; workers, housing, and machinery at Fraser Mills; renovations of Mackin House; events at Mackin House; houses in Maillardville; and various locations around British Columbia (taken by photographers W.J. Moore and Richard Broadbridge).
The fonds consists of photographs (b&w and colour negatives) taken by staff and contract photographers of the Tri-City News, and the Sunday News. The fonds also includes 133 bound volumes of copies of the Tri-City News from 1990 to 2018, as well as 6 microfilm reels containing copies of the Tri-City News, the Maple Ridge News, and the Sunday News from 1985 to 1986. Finally, the fonds includes several loose special editions in print form.
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 file consists of a variety of photographic material that was likely used in the preparation of a publication, though the specific publication is unknown. Some of the prints are taken from the large format negatives in File 1 of this collection. Predominantly, the negatives depict houses in the Coquitlam area, but there are also some negatives and prints of historical photographs of early Coquitlam.
The file consists of historical photographs of Coquitlam (and one of Port Coquitlam) that were shot as large format halftone negatives that were prepared for publication, though it is unknown for what purpose.
The collection consists of material accumulated by the Coquitlam Heritage Society over the course of its existence. The collection includes the following: records related to Fraser Mills (later the Canadian Western Lumber Company, then Crown Zellerbach) including ledger books, journals, statements, photographs, and various other records; records related to the lumber industry in Coquitlam; photographs of historic Coquitlam; glass plate negatives by W.J. Moore and Richard Broadridge; material related to the administration of the Coquitlam Heritage Society itself; and miscellaneous records related to Coquitlam's history