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Vancouver Island (B.C.)
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Roland Banyard fonds

  • PR-0025
  • Fonds
  • 1887-[197-?]

Fonds consists of photographs of Vancouver Island coastal scenes and maps of Greater Victoria and southwestern British Columbia.

Banyard, Roland

Clarence Hoard fonds

  • PR-0101
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900-1935]

Fonds consists of photographs of the business interests of Clarence Hoard, including logging in British Columbia and the manufacture of silos.

Hoard, Clarence

Victoria and Island Touring Map

Shows major highways and ferry routes on Vancouver Island, lower mainland B.C., and Washington state. Inset shows detail of Victoria and the Saanich Peninsula. Inset on verso shows major highways along coastal Washington, Oregon, and northern Cali...

South western districts

Southwestern British Columbia showing roads, railways, shipping routes and relief by contour. Triangulation surveys on Vancouver Island added in ms. Includes tables of distances. On verso: Travel and economic information. Insets: Continent positio...

William J. Gower fonds

  • PR-0094
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900-1920]

Fonds consists of photographs of the Gower family and family residence, the Ladysmith area, and of the businesses where William J. Gower worked.

Gower, William J.

Birdseye view of Puget Sound and vicinity

Shows western Washington, Puget Sound, Lower Mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Roads, railways and shipping routes indicated. Includes table of distances from Seattle. On verso: Travel information (obscured by linen backing).

Map of Chemainus mining district

Shows mineral claims, roads and railways in Comiaken, Somenos, Chemainus and Seymour Land Districts. Inset: [Location map : southern Vancouver Island].

New map of British Columbia

Shows Canadian Pacific Railway under construction. Relief shown by hachures. Inset: Upper portion of British Columbia.

Vancouver Island

Shows Mayne Bay, Toquart Bay, Pipestem Inlet and Effingham Inlet. Depths shown by soundings, relief by form lines.