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Archival description
MsC-25 · Collection · [199-?]-[200-?]

The collection consists of copies and a small number of photographs of political cartoons dealing with Canadian and international events that took place from 1759 to 2006. Canadian topics include conscription, immigration, French-language rights, native self-government, imperialism, nationalism, labour conditions, women’s suffrage, and prohibition. The cartoons deal with, among many other topics, the Sino-Japanese War of 1894, the French conquest of Algeria, the Cold War, the war in Vietnam, and World Wars I and II. Publication dates of the newspapers and magazines from which the collection was copied range from 1846 to 2006. Dates of the events covered by the cartoons range from the mid-eighteenth century to 2006.

Creator scans: Greenwood, BC
F-316-9-0-0-13 · File · [189-]
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 1. Photograph: Drinking beer Elkhorn Brewery, (1899), Greenwood Museum - reference number P01094.
p. 4. Photograph: Elkhorn Brewery, ([ca. 1890s]), Greenwood Museum - reference number P01097.

F-316-9-0-0-10 · File · [188-]-[190-]
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 01. Photograph: Dublin Gulch from the west, ([ca. 1905]), Trail Historical Society - reference number Cat. No. 0017.
p. 02. Photograph: Phoenix Brewery: Billy Biner with Betty, source unknown.
p. 03. Label: Phoenix Brewing Co. Biners Iron beer label, source unknown.
p. 04. Photograph: Buffalo Store, Moose Jaw, (December 28, 1888), Moose Jaw Public Library.
p. 05. Photograph: Charles Holten (Hultengren), source unknown.
p. 06. Photograph: Empire Brewery, Moosejaw SK, ([ca. 1884]), Moose Jaw Public Library.
p. 07. Photograph: Gus and Bill at Brewers' School, source unknown.
p. 08. Photograph: Gus and Bill at Brewers' School, source unknown.
p. 09. Photograph: Hattie and Betty [Biner], Phoenix BC, ([ca. 190-]), source unknown.
p. 10. Label: Hedley Brewing Co. Hedley Beer label, source unknown.
p. 11. Photograph: Hedley Brewery, ([early 1900s]), Hedley Museum - reference number P2636.
p. 12. Photograph: Kootenay Breweries Ltd., Nelson BC, source unknown.
p. 13. Photograph: Konrad Warecka, source unknown.
p. 14. Photograph: Northern Brewing, Atlin BC, Konrad Wawrecka brewmaster, (1906), source unknown.
p. 15. Photograph: Four men and two women sitting at a table, Atlin Brewery, source unknown.
p. 16. Portrait: [Unidentified man: portrait], source unknown.
p. 17. Photograph: Red Cross Brewery, ([ca. 1900]), Chilliwack Museum and Archives - reference number 2009.043.004.
p. 18. Postcard: Red Lion Brewery site, Stovely near Nanaimo, ([ca. 1910]), Bill Wilson.
p. 19. Photograph: Vernon Spring Brewery, ([ca. 1895]), Vernon Museum - reference number 3190.
p. 20. Photograph: Vernon Brewery building, horse and buggy, Vernon Museum - reference number 10440.
p. 21. Photograph: [Nicholas] Klausman and truck in front of Vernon Brewery, Vernon Museum - reference number 10441.

F-316-9-0-0-12 · File · [190-]
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 1. Photograph: Columbia Brewery, Grand Forks BC - man with horse, Boundary Museum and Archives - reference number BM 996.032.013.
p. 2. Photograph: Columbia Brewery, Grand Forks BC - construction, (1904), Boundary Museum and Archives - reference number BM 996.032.001.
p. 4. Photograph: Columbia Brewery, Grand Forks BC, ([190-]), Boundary Museum and Archives - reference number 1996_032_002.
p. 5. Photograph: Columbia Brewery, Grand Forks BC, ([190-]), Boundary Museum and Archives - reference number BM 996.032.003.

Creator scans: unused extras
F-316-9-0-0-15 · File · [188-]-[190-]
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 1. Photograph: Empire Brewery, Moosejaw SK, ([ca. 1884]), Moose Jaw Public Library.
p. 2. Photograph: Konrad Warecka, source unknown.
p. 3. Photograph: Northern Brewing, Atlin BC, Konrad Wawrecka brewmaster, (1906), source unknown.
p. 4. Photograph: Four men and two women sitting at a table, Atlin Brewery, ([190-]), source unknown.

James Hawthornthwaite fonds
MsC-47 · Fonds · 1901-1911

Fonds consists primarily of incoming correspondence addressed to Hawthornthwaite in his capacity as a Member of the Legislative Assembly from his constituents and other residents of British Columbia. The fonds contains a file consisting of legislative bills, resolutions, and acts tabled during Hawthornthwaite's tenure in the Provincial Parliament and other records that Hawthornthwaite made or received in the course of his service to the people of Nanaimo, as well as published records of the legislative assembly of British Columbia for the years 1909 and 1910. The fonds also contains: a certificate for Hawthornthwaite's share in the Western Socialist Publishing Company which published The Western Clarion, the newspaper of the Socialist Party of British Columbia; a postcard depicting Joseph Mairs, one of Hawthornthwaite's contemporaries in the Socialist Party of Canada; and a copy of a book titled The changing order: A study of democracy, given to Hawthornthwaite by his friend Harry Sibble.

Hawthornthwaite, James
Creator scans: brewers' ads
F-316-9-0-0-11 · File · [188-]-[192-]
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 1. Postcard: Met some old friends here in Vancouver BC Canada, source unknown.
p. 2. Photograph: Arthur Keast, British Columbia Archives - reference number G-05390.
p. 3. Advertisement: Encourage Home Industry: Mahrer and Keddy Nanaimo Brewery ad, source unknown.
p. 4. Postcard: Ain't it hell to die of thirst just 'cause I never learned to swim, source unknown.

Creator scans: Phoenix, BC
F-316-9-0-0-14 · File · [190-]-1933
Part of Greg Evans fonds

File contains the following images. Page numbers indicate the page number in the consolidated pdf file. Original source of image is indicated where known.

p. 1. Photograph: Phoenix Brewery, (1933), Boundary Museum and Archives - reference number 1991_055_008_02.
p. 2. Photograph: Phoenix Brewery, Phoenix BC, UBC Okanagan Library Special Collections and Archives - reference number [Doug Cox photo collection?].

Cascades softball team
F-316-6-0-0-9-1 · Item · 1933
Part of Greg Evans fonds

Photo of the Cascades softball team, 1933. Photographer not known.

Top row (left to right): Henry G. (Harry) Bennett (bottler), James (Jim) Crosetti (driver), William (Bill) C. Barnes (shipper), Pop Gouche or Harry S. Batchelor (employer?), Frederick J. Loretto (driver), Jim Campbell (driver).

Bottom row (left to right): Reginald R. Perry (bottler), Adloph (Ado) Bedesso (bottler), Earl N. Gable (bottler), John B. D'Easum (bookkeepr - BC Distillers?), Frederick (Whitey) Allam (cooper), James (Jim) Laurie (confectioner?).

Front: Frederick Smith

For identifications, see pp. 8-10 in the consolidate pdf file.

Paul St. Pierre fonds
MsC-88 · Fonds · 1940-

The collection consists of items related to St. Pierre's writing activities and to his work as a politician and police commissioner. Included are published books; magazines and newspapers in which St. Pierre has published his work; correspondence; drafts and manuscripts of books, radio and stage plays, television series episodes, and speeches; film scripts; newspaper columns; essays; reviews and articles about St. Pierre and his writing; and photographs.

St. Pierre, Paul H.