Fonds PR-0033 - Fletcher family fonds

Staff outside Leask and Morrison, Merchant Tailors, 555 Government Street American Hotel, Yates Street Braden & Stamford, Engineers, 47 Fort Street Victoria High School class portrait John J. Austen, Real Estate, and C. Dubois Mason, Solicitors and Notary Public, 57 Government Street Japanese Bazaar (Marchant, Futcher & Co.) 45 Fort Street Mann & Heron, Saddlery and Harness Shop, 29 Broad Street E.A. Bates, Dress and Mantle Maker, 64 Fort Street Conlin & Cameron, Fashion Shoeing shop, Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths Lenz & Leiser Wholesale Dry Goods.  60 Government Street E.G. Prior Iron Hardware etc. Garricks Head Saloon, 23 Bastion Street Colonial Hotel, 33 Johnson Street Campbell & Simpkins, Merchant Tailors, 88 Government Street Cherry & Creech, Furniture and Upholstery, 41 Fort Street Ontario Wagon and Carriage Shop, 82 Johnson Street T.W. Fletcher, Organ and Sewing Machine shop, 37 Fort Street S.J. Pitts, Wholesale Grocer, 516 Yates Street Hastie & Lockhart, Furniture and Upholstery, 62 Government Street Queen's Meat Market L.H. Feiling, 58 Fort Street Robert Jamieson book and stationery store, 92 Government Street Fletcher's Music Store, record department Fletcher's Music Store, victrola department Fletcher's Music Store Fletcher's Music Store, advertisement Fletcher's Music Store, record listening booths Fletcher residence, 1456 Beach Drive G.F. Giles Carriage Trimmer and J.F. Beek Carriage Painter Arthur Holmes, Clothier, 78 Yates Street Fletcher's Music Store, Government Street 126 Dallas Road Kelly's Hotel, Barkerville BC

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Fletcher family fonds

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  • Photographs
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PR-0033

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  • [188-?]-1983 (Creation)
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    Fletcher, Thomas W., d. 1927

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52 photographs and other material

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(d. 1927)

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Thomas Fletcher opened a music business in Victoria in the 1870s, which he passed on to his sons when he retired in 1896.

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Fonds consists mainly of photographs of the Fletcher Bros. music store as well as Victoria businesses, homes, and people.

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28

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