Fonds PR-0077 - Blenkinsop family fonds

Off Dallas Rd. Teddy Blenkinsop in airforce uniform with his mother, Winsome Blenkinsop Site of old Cathedral, YMCA in background, Law Courts here now Inner Harbour Troops departing on the "Princess Sophia" Troops marching by Quadra Street Cemetery 46 Dallas Avenue, now Paddon Avenue, residence of Capt. Cyril D. Neroutsos 146 Dallas Rd. Air Force Cadets in front of the Royal Theatre, Broughton Street Douglas Street looking north showing the Douglas Hotel Outer wharf, looking west towards the breakwater Stables at Willows Fairgrounds Exhibition Building at Willows Fairgrounds Signallers lead by Lieutenant Findlay on the Yates Street hill Signallers lead by Lieutenant Findlay on the Yates Street hill Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ship "Empress of Asia" arriving at the CPR docks Winsome Winsome 6/11/19 Clover Point, waiting arrival of Marilyn Bell Clover Point, waiting arrival of marilyn Bell Government House after 1957 fire Construction of Woodward's Department Store at Mayfair Mall, 3125 Douglas Street Old Oak Bay boathouse St. John's Church, 1611 Quadra Street after the fire Off Dallas Road May Day parade float on Douglas Street Fisherman's Wharf below Erie Street Fisherman's Wharf below Erie Street Cricket game in Beacon Hill Park First Nations dance, Esquimalt Reserve First Nations dance, Esquimalt Reserve 2362 Zela Street, Blenkinsop family residence Sailors training in Beacon Hill Park Willows Beach Hydro electric dam Dallas Road. Car driven by Capt. Cyril D. Neroustsos

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Blenkinsop family fonds

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PR-0077

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  • 1907-[1972?] (Creation)
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    Blenkinsop, Hubert Weyman, d. 1973 (family)

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1150 photographs and 0.01 m of textual records

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Hubert Weyman Blenkinsop was born in England in the 1890s and came to Canada ca. 1908. After a period spent working on a ranch in the Chilco region of British Columbia, Hubert joined the Military and served overseas in the First World War.

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Fonds consists of mainly of photographs documenting Hubert Blenkinsop's early life in England, his time spent on a farm in the Chilco region of British Columbia, his service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War, and his married life and family.

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