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Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department
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Honey Extracting - Processing

Item is a silent, colour film featuring the processing of honey from its transport by truck to the Bee Cee Honey plant through to canning and labelling by factory workers on assembly lines. School children and girl guides are shown entering the plant for tours. The Bee Cee Honey plant building includes a "Hodgson's Bee Supplies Ltd." sign suggesting it may have been filmed in New Westminster, BC, where Hodgson's was based at the time. One of the transport trucks shown in the film bears the slogan, "Another Load of Silverbow Honey." Silverbow is a Washington state-based honey company.

Fraser family photographs

Series consists of Fraser family photographs. Formats include original albumen photographs (i.e. photo cards), photographic prints and negatives. Photo subjects include family members, Simon Fraser's house, gravestone, and stained glass windows depicting the explorer.

Simon Fraser letters

The letters were donated to the university on opening day, September 9, 1965, by Donald Fraser, a great-grandson of Simon Fraser. However, the documents were misplaced and were found in 1988 in the desk belonging to a history professor. At this time, the University Archivist arranged to have a handwriting expert to analyze the documents and determine their authorship.

Series consists of original letters written by Simon Fraser and supporting documentation. Series includes correspondence with Don Brown who was hired in 1988 to authenticate the letters, copies of other documents written by Simon Fraser from the National Archives of Canada that were used during the authentication process, and publicity regarding the identification of the letters. Records include correspondence, working papers, reports, and newspaper clippings.

Simon Fraser collection

  • F-208
  • Collection
  • 1803 - [ca. 2014]

Collection consists of records relating to the personal history and genealogy of the university's namesake, the explorer, Simon Fraser. Records include; correspondence, working papers, reports, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs and negatives, drawings, artifacts and textiles.

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