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Advertising Flyers

The file consists of two advertising flyers for businesses in Coquitlam. The first is a flyer for Pete's Pizza Parlour (568A Clarke Road) and the second is for Como Lake Motors Ltd. (952 Como Lake Avenue).

Miscellaneous Reference Materials

The file consists of miscellaneous research material accumulated and created by the Colchesters during their research project.

Record types include handwritten notes, typed notes, and photocopies of secondary sources.

Swimming Progress Cards

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

References

The file consists of several versions of reference lists for the academic work "Contrasting Philosophies in Workers' Housing in Fraser Mills Townsite and Maillardville: A Brief History".

Photographs

The file consists of photographs of teenagers performing in Ancient Greece themed costumes.

Stone Carver Documentaries (Patrick Sullivan)

The file consists of a selection of documentaries (on one DVD) on the subject of stone carver, Patrick Sullivan who hosted a stone carving symposium with other carvers in Coquitlam's Blue Mountain Park from 1985-1987. The series also consists of a one-page biography of Sullivan.

Adjudication Reports

The file consists of reports of adjudications for performances at the Coquitlam District Music Festival. The pieces performed were Sonatina Opus 20 Number 1 in C by Friedrich Kulau, Sontina in G, and Menuet. The pieces were performed by Shyla, Kyle and Tina Seller.

Hol 'n' One Donut House slides

The file consists of photographs of various locations of the Hol 'n' One Donut Houses which were owned and operated by Bill and Nina Seller.

Charles Doherty collected materials

Dr. Charles E. Doherty was a psychiatrist and the ninth Medical Superintendent of British Columbia, in charge of overseeing operations at Riverview Hospital. He was a graduate of Trinity University and Trinity Medical College, and was appointed to Essondale in 1905. The file consists of scans of newspaper and magazine articles related to Doherty's involvement in Essondale's development and 3 scanned prints of Doherty and his family.

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