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Coquitlam Public Library collection

  • C23
  • Collection
  • 1988

The collection consists of photographic slides of Coquitlam and surrounding municipalities.

Coquitlam Public Library

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

Proposed Closure of Burquitlam Elementary research documents and brief

The file contains the research materials compiled by the Burquitlam Elementary School Parents Association Ad Hoc Committee on School Closure for a brief to submit to School District No. 43 to dispute the proposed closure of the school in 1987. Records include the finished brief, photographs and a traffic study for student safety, enrollment, community school use and teaching staff statistics, cost saving statistics, letters of community support, and a petition.

Burquitlam Elementary School

Alain Boire collection

  • CA CCOQ C10
  • Collection
  • 2000 - 2016

The collection consists largely of research materials and notes created in the preparation of Boire's book "With Hearts and Minds" published in 2016. The remainder of the collection consists of materials collected by Boire from Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union, as well as accumulated material pertaining to Boire’s involvement in several community initiatives, such as the Maillardville Residents' Association, Maillardville revitalization and planning, and Place Maillardville.

Materials include correspondence, photographs, administrative records, interviews, reports, handwritten notes, clippings, advertising and professional materials, newsletters, research materials, prints, postcards, ephemera, a map, embossing seals, a lid from a glass milk bottle, and other documents. The collection also includes a manuscript copy of “With Hearts and Minds”.

Boire, Alain Joseph

Maillardville research materials and manuscripts

The series consists primarily of photocopied materials accumulated by Boire relating to the history of Maillardville as well as the research notes he created during the process of writing and publishing his book, "With Hearts and Minds."

Record types include newspaper articles and clippings, newsletters, printed materials, correspondence, recorded interviews, reports, biographies, inventories, handwritten notes, photographs, a map, a thesis, and digital records. The series also includes manuscript copies of "With Hearts and Minds."

Boire, Alain Joseph

Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union research materials

The series consists of material given to Boire by Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union, when its assets were sold to VanCity Credit Union.

Record types include photographs and contact sheets, brochures, bulletins, fliers, ephemera, financial statements, minutes and agendas. The series also includes seals used by Caisse Populaire Maillardville Credit Union.

Miss Coquitlam Pageant collection

  • CA CCOQ C12
  • Collection
  • 1986-1988

The collection consists of colour photographs and negatives of the Miss Coquitlam Pageant and related events from 1986 to 1988. The photographs feature the donor, Deborah Smyth, who was Miss Congeniality in 1986. The collection also includes some news clippings and a VHS tape containing a recording of the 1986 Miss Coquitlam Pageant.

News clippings

The series consists of two news clippings from the Coquitlam Now from 1986. The first discusses the pageant and the second is an advertisement for Georgio's Night Club, that shows photographs of all of the contestants. Georgio's sponsored Deborah Smyth who won Miss Congeniality and donated the records in this collection.

The Tri-Cities Now

Photographs

The series consists of seven class portraits from 1960 to 1966 and two from the 1920s, as well as four additional photographs including a portrait of Joseph William Harris and his family ca. 1912 ; two photographs depicting two separate properties in Coquitlam; and a photograph of the Coquitlam float in the 1945 May Day Parade in New Westminster.

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).

Shyla Seller collection

  • CA CCOQ C20
  • Collection
  • [197-] - [20--]

The collection consists of records accumulated by Shyla Seller during her time as a student at Parkland Elementary School, Como Lake Junior Secondary School, and Centennial High School. Records also relate to Shyla’s participation the Olympics of the Mind, a competitive academic event in which participants engage in challenges that test their creative problem solving skills. The collection also includes material related to and created by other members of the Seller family, as well as material related the Hol’n’ One Donut House chain, which was owned by Shyla’s grandparents Bill and Nina Seller.

Seller, Shyla

Assorted School Records

The collection consists of records accumulated by Shyla Seller during her time as a student at Parkland Elementary School, Como Lake Junior Secondary School, and Centennial High School.

Record types include yearbooks and annual directories, report cards, certificates, photographs, and a newspaper clipping.

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.

Scrapbook "Shyla's Book"

The scrapbook contains photographs, newspaper clippings, greeting cards, invitations, and other textual records. The scrapbook was created by Nina Seller, Shyla Seller's grandmother, as a gift for Shyla. The contents document milestones in Shyla's life and the life of her family.

Seller Family Photographs

This series consists of photographs of Bill and Nina Seller as well as photographs of various locations of the franchise of Hol 'n' One donut shops they owned.

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