Fonds PR-0092 - Bagshaw, Slater family fonds

Float plane in outer harbour Float plane in outer harbour Float plane in outer harbour The "Birdcages", the first Legislative Buildings in the snow Spring Ridge School The "Forgerer" in Inner Harbour Fire at the Cadboro Beach Hotel

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Bagshaw, Slater family fonds

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  • Photographs

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  • [ca. 1890-1950] (Creation)
    Bagshaw, George James, d. 1931 (family)

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41 photographs

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George Bagshaw was a Victoria gardener. His son, Ralph, had a son, Arthur, who married Grace Slater, daughter of Andrew and Jessie Slater.

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Fonds consists of photographs of the Bagshaw family, local parks and beaches, and images of floatplanes in the Inner Harbour.

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Fonds consists of original prints and copies of loaned images.

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A family tree of the Bagshaw and Slater families is available.

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Photographs consist of 40 prints and 1 postcard.

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