Fonds PR-0087 - Native Sons of British Columbia, Post #1 fonds

First Victoria City Band S.S. "California" at Cook's Way Shipyard (at Point Hope) Arch at Albion Iron Works erected for the visit of H.R.H Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Chinese arch erected for the visit of H.R.H. Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Fireman's arch erected for the visit of Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Point Ellice Arch erected for the visit of Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Tudor Arch erected for the visit of Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Arch at Albion Iron Works erected for the visit of H.R.H Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Civic Arch erected for the visit of H.R.H. Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne Pioneer reunion 9-10 May 1924 at Government House Laying the cornerstone of Christ Church Cathedral Arthur Wellesley Vowell Burial in Ross Bay Cemetery James Stuart Yates Gorge Bridge (no. 3), built 1882 Gorge Bridge (no. 2) Custom's House (Malahat Building) Wharf Street Boys Central School Chinese houseboys for the Kenneth McKenzie family at Craigflower and Lakehill Esquimalt Gun Club members

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Native Sons of British Columbia, Post #1 fonds

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PR-0087

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  • 1865-1990 (Creation)
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    Native Sons and Daughters of British Columbia

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2.67 m of textual records and 87 photographs

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The Native Sons of British Columbia (1899-1990) was a fraternal organization founded in Victoria, which endeavoured to collect and preserve information and relics related to the early history and subsequent development of British Columbia.

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Fonds consists administrative, financial, operational, and membership records, as well as officers' files.

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Accessions 198410-11, 198411-30, 198604-03 and 198811-03 had a new order established upon their receipt into the City of Victoria Archives. Accessions 199204-02 and 199211-02 were refoldered according to the original filing units where extant.

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