Fonds PR-0011 - George Harvey fonds

"Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue. Rout Harvey residence Harvey family outside "Stoneyhurst" Chinese servants at "Stoneyhurst", the Rout Harvey residence Chinese houseboy and maid at "Stoneyhurst", the Rout Harvey residence "Stoneyhurst", 1369 Rockland Avenue Chinese gardener at "Stoneyhurst", the Rout Harvey residence Chinese houseboy at "Stoneyhurst" Chinese houseboy at "Stoneyhurst" View from "Stoneyhurst" over Rockland area View from "Stoneyhurst" "Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue Burial Cairn opened by the Natural History Society Burial Cairn at Gonzales rocks opened by the Natural History Society Burial Cairn at Parson's Bridge opened by the Natural History Society Burial Cairn at Cadboro Bay Burial Cairn at McNeill Bay BC Natural History Society field meeting House on Dallas Road? BC Natural History Society on field trip to Reid farm Boys Band Harvey residence on Birdcage walk Burial Cairn at McNeill Bay opened by the Natural History Society Burial Cairn at Parsons Bridge Natural History Society at Goldstream Park Burial Cairn at Pedder Bay opened by the Natural History Society BC Natural History Society opening cairn at Pedder Bay BC Natural History Society opening cairn at Pedder Bay BC Natural History Society opening cairn at Pedder Bay George Harvey in his study "Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue. Rout Harvey residence, steps, main hall and stairs "Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue. Rout Harvey residence, steps, parlour "Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue. Rout Harvey residence, steps, dining room "Stoneyhurst" 1369 Rockland Avenue. Rout Harvey residence "Stoneyhurst", Rout Harvey residence on Rockland Avenue "Stoneyhurst", 1369 Rockland Avenue Ted Wooten family Harvey family in a boat possibly on the Gorge Harvey family grave at Ross Bay Cemetery Portrait of Chinese man Chinese children Portrait of Chinese man Three Chinese children

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George Harvey fonds

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  • Photographs

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PR-0011

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  • [1863-1968] (Creation)
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    Harvey, George John, 1859-1937

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ca. 150 photographs

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(1859-1937)

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George Harvey was a resident of Victoria who worked at Turner, Beeton and Company for over fifty years.

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Fonds consists of photographs of the Harvey home, family, servants, and Indian cairns.

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