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South Vancouver Island District Women’s Institute fonds

  • PR-237
  • Archief
  • [1909-2008]

Fonds consists of records of the South Vancouver Island District Women’s Institute and includes minutes, correspondence, booklets and reports, handbooks, visitor books, notebooks, histories, certificates, awards, newsclippings, photographs, and artifacts. Fonds includes 2 quilt block books, 1960s, for the Victoria and Brentwood Bay Women's Institutes.

South Vancouver Island District Women’s Institute

R.G. Rice fonds

  • PR-273
  • Archief
  • 1914-1919 predominant

Fonds consists of personal items relating to Canadian WWI veteran Richard Grenville Rice and includes photographs, certificates, pay book, books, letter, service medals, cigarette case, and a complete Canadian WWI uniform.

Rice, Richard Grenville

Stewart family fonds

  • PR-188
  • Archief
  • [1910]-[1925]

Fonds consists of photographs of the Tattersall and Quadra areas including the Stewart wedding; the Lakehill jitney run by the Stewart family; World War 1 photographs of Stewart and Hector sons; building the Vancouver cenotaph.

Stewart, Arthur

Rick and Frances Blake fonds

  • PR-270
  • Archief
  • 1937-2012

The fonds consists of records primarily relating to Rick and Frances (nee Gibson) Blake's school years and Rick Blake's involvement in school sports teams. Schools include Mount View, Mount Newton, Colquitz, James Island, Mount Douglas, Doncaster, and Cedar Hill. The fonds includes records relating to James Island, where Frances Blake's father Frank worked for 25 years, and a 1937 Mount View High School graduation diploma for her mother, Minnie Youell.

Blake, Rick

Memorial Avenue Collection

  • CR-130
  • Collectie
  • 2018

Collection consists of a decal and full-sized mock up of the Memorial Avenue sign toppers installed along Shelbourne Street in 2018. Collection includes Mayor Atwell's speech and logistical documents from the September 29, 2018 Rededication Ceremony.

District of Saanich