Subseries SS1 - Mountain View School

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Mountain View School

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Mountain View Elementary School

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  • 1929-1979 (Creation)
    Mountain View School
    Coquitlam, BC

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220 photographs : b&w, col., sepia toned ; multiple dimensions
7 cm of textual records
1 Scrapbook : 18 pages ; 30 x 37 cm
1 Guestbook : 22 pages

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Administrative history

In 1929, Council noted that Blue Mountain School was no longer in condition to be used and that a new school be built at Smith Road, called Mountain View School. It is currently located at 740 Smith Ave, Coquitlam, British Columbia.

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The records were transferred from the Coquitlam Public Library who obtained them from the Port Moody Heritage Society.

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The series consists of formal class photographs, records identifying the children in the class photographs, correspondence, a complete list of students from 1929 to 1972, a guest book with signatures from the Homecoming in 1979, a scrapbook with news clippings, photographs, letters and pamphlets relating to the Homecoming in 1979, newsletters, news clippings, and a series of notes likely prepared by the Port Moody Heritage Society about the history of Mountain View School.

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