Vancouver, British Columbia



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B.C. mountaineer newsletter

Item consists of 1 folder (containing 3 files) of 127 9x6.25 in. issues of the B.C. Mountaineer newsletter, "official organ of the British Columbia Mountaineering Club" (1955-1964). 1 folder of 13 9x6.25 in. climbing programs and membership lists (1952-1964), and 1 folder other textual materials relating to various club activities and a copy of The Mountaineer - Fiftieth Anniversary edition (1907-1957) published by Chapman & Warwick LTD., Vancouver, B.C. and as well as typewritten copies of Club meeting minutes and by-laws (1960-1964).

Galleries in Red Deer, Rosebud, Rosemary, Sarcee Reserve, Stony Plain and Strome, Alberta, and British Columbia, and Brackendale, Burnaby, Ganges, Kamloops, Kelowna, Langley, Nelson, Penticton, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Surrey and Vancouver (ART-THE), British Columbia

Box consists of reference files of galleries in Red Deer, Alberta: Alberta Community Arts Clubs Association, Red Deer Arts Centre, Red Deer College; in Rosebud, Alberta: Akokiniskway Gallery, Rosebud Centennial Museum, Rosebud School of the Arts; in Rosemary, Alberta: Lindved Gallery; in Sarcee Reserve, Alberta: Sarcee Indian Band Museum; in Stony Plain, Alberta: Multicultural Heritage Centre, Oppersthauser House Gallery; in Strome, Alberta: Strome Museum; in British Columbia: British Columbia Festival of the Arts; in Brackendale, British Columbia: Brackendale Art Gallery; in Burnaby, British Columbia: Burnaby Art Gallery, Simon Fraser Gallery, Simon Fraser University Gallery (2 files), Simon Fraser University Centre for Communication and the Arts; in Ganges, British Columbia: Ewart Gallery of Fine Arts; in Kamloops, British Columbia: Kamploops Art Gallery; in Kelowna, British Columbia: Kelowna Art Exhibit Society, Gallery 421, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art; in Langley, British Columbia: Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre; in Nelson, British Columbia: Canadian International College; in Penticton, British Columbia: Okanagan Summer School of the Arts, Penticton Art Gallery, Penticton and District Arts Council; in Prince George, British Columbia: Prince George Art Gallery; in Prince Rupert, British Columbia: Museum of Northern British Columbia; in Surrey, British Columbia: Surrey Art Gallery; and in Vancouver, British Columbia: Art de Jade Studio, Art Walk, Artists for Creative Environment, Vancouver Artists' League, Arts Umbrella, Artsfund, Atelier, Bau-Xi Gallery, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Art, Brewery Creek Arts Project, Buschlen-Mowat Gallery, Centre for Continuing Education, Canadian Craft Museum, Children of the Raven Gallery, Concept 2, Contemporary Art Gallery, Diane Farris Gallery, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Equinox Gallery, Expo 86 (4 files), Fine Arts Radio, First Night Festival, Frameri/Gallery of Photography, Galerie Allen, Gallery of Photography, Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Artists, Grace Gallery, Graham Sayell Gallery, Grand Prix des Metiers d'Art 1985, Grocery Hall of Fame, Grosvenor Gallery, The HAL Cooperative, Hamilton Street Warehouse, Handcraft House, Harrison Galleries, Heffel Gallery, Canadian Native Prints Ltd., Indian Gallery, Inuit Gallery, Klee Wyck House Park, Knitwear Architects, Malaspina Printmakers Society in Vancouver, Marion Scott Gallery, Maynards Auctioneers, Mermaid Leather Co. Ltd., Mr. Jax Fashions, New Design Gallery, Nova Gallery, Neale-Staniszkis Architects, Park Galleries, Petley Jones Gallery, Pitt Gallery, The Pitt.

Galleries in Vancouver (PRE-VAN) and Victoria (ART-PRO), British Columbia

Box consists of reference files of galleries in Vancouver, British Columbia: Presentation House Gallery, Robson Square Media Centre, Rudi Peet Goldsmith Salon, Tale of the Totem Gallery, UBC Fine Arts Gallery, University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia School of Architecture, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery (13 files), Western Front; and in Victoria, British Columbia: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, North Park Studio, Provincial Art Bank.

Kamloops Wawa special edition

File consists of 2 fragments from different copies of the same of booklet on the activities of the church in the Kamloops region. Includes information on Masses held in and daily log of other church business. Other chapters include "Mission at Shushwap" dated May 1901. Includes copies of photos of "Celebration at Chilliwack", "Celebration at Kamloops" depicting procession of the B. Sacrament through Indian Village, Kamloops, June 22, 1901. Articles written in in Chinook shorthand accompany images of people acting out a "Passion Tableaux" of Biblical stories. Chapter "One Hour Before the B. Sacrament" contians prayers in Chinook shorthand with Latin subtitles. Chapter "Marytrs in China" includes etched portraits of the martyrs and other religious figures. Chapter "Besieged in Pekin by the Boxers" includes words and images about "Church of Our Lady of Victories at Tien Tsin - Beseiged in Pe-Hing during two months By Mgr. Favier. Final pages are classified adds for "Wawa Shorthand Instructor", J.R. Jull & Co. Purveryors of Meats, The Quilchena Hotel, Canadian Pacific, The Kamloops Sawmill, Big Spot Cash Store and The Inland Sentinel (publisher/printer) Note: This special number of the WAWA was printed at the Inland Sentinel Office.

The Catechism

File consists of fragment of mimeographed booklet containing two main articles of religious text "The Catechism" and "The History of the Apostles" in Chinook dialects. Includes back pages with advertising for British Columbia Express Company, Lillooet and E. G. Prior & Co. Iron, Steel & General Hardware.