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Don Hartwig collection

  • Collection
  • 1907-1943

The collection consists of 9 photographs and sheet music for The Imperial Native March for piano composed by Job Nelson of Metlakatla, B.C. published in 1907. The photographs include a view of 10th Avenue East and Bacon Street looking towards Prince Rupert's downtown, circa 1920s, the Kaiwo Maru docked at Prince Rupert, the Sea Cadet Band in Comox in 1943, people at Salt Lakes in 1912, the Prince Rupert at the GTP dock, the Hazelton graveyard and the bridge near Hazelton.

Hartwig, Don

Harry Edgar fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1930- 1944

The collection consists of photographs taken by Harry Edgar, primarily of ski activities in the Prince Rupert area. These include a group of skiers outside Blain's cabin on Mount Oldfield, one photograph taken inside a cafe depicting a man in uniform, four people on a train, and one negative of the fountain at CN Park. People identified in the photographs are Harry Edgar, Louie Astoria, Ned McLeod, Munthe Haroldsen, Swede Morse, and Duncan MacRae.

Edgar, Harry

Harry T. Titus collection

  • Collection
  • 1906-1914

The collection consists of 49 photographs of Prince Rupert between 1906 and 1912 that belonged to Harry T. Titus. It includes local scenes including the waterfront, the town under construction, fishing boats, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway officials, and blasting. It also includes a letter from Frank Morse, Vice-President and General Manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, regarding Harry T. Titus's search for employment with the GTP.

Titus, Harry T.

Irvine family collection

  • Collection
  • 1919-1927

The collection consists of three photograph albums containing photos that depict scenes in Prince Rupert and the region from 1919-1927. These includes ships being built at the drydock and ships in the harbour and south of Prince Rupert, building stages of the government grain elevator, GTP tracks, barge and car slips, policemen in uniform, exteriors of houses, cabins and buildings, people engaged in activities like swimming and skating at Salt Lakes, witnesses for a Liard Murder Trial, hunting trips, boat trips and parades.

Irvine (family)

John Robert Service fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1931-1939

The fonds consists of photographs of the Central Hotel, its employees and relatives of the owners Peter and Cora Elizabeth Black. It also includes photos taken during the trips to and from Prince Rupert, collected by John Robert Service who visited the Central Hotel to see his grandmother, Cora Black, between 1931 and 1939.

Service, John Robert

Northwest Community College collection

  • Collection
  • 1986-1988

The collection consists of 39 colour photographs (1986-1988). It includes one photograph of the campus on 3rd Avenue West and 38 showing the different stages of construction on 1st Avenue West and surrounding buildings including Safeway, Mackenzie Furniture, the Crest Hotel, and Chatham House before it was demolished.

Northwest Community College

Philpott-Evitt and Company fonds

  • CA PRC 986-41
  • Fonds
  • 1925-1958

The fonds consists of ledgers (1925-1958), timebooks (1946-1957) and agreements of Philpott-Evitt and Company.

Philpott-Evitt and Company

Postulo family collection

  • Collection
  • [between 1910 and 1925]

The collection consists of photographs from an album dated August 30, 1911, negatives, and textual records. The photographs and negatives include scenes of people at work and play in Prince Rupert, including the first blacksmith shop, picnics on beaches, loggers with a machine and at camp, a sign for Fred Scadden on the side of a car with French Hair Dressing Salon and F.W. Chandler Stoves in the back ground on 6th Street, the 1921 launching of "Canadian Scottish" at the drydock, the 1910 wreck of the steamship S.S. Princess May in Alaska, and a public celebration beside the federal building. Other scenes include the "Athalie" on the water, a boat at a cannery, men at work on a fishing boat, totem poles in Hazelton, and two people in a canoe in front of a village. Textual records include a menu from the Three Sisters Café and a postcard addressed to Bill.

Postulo (family)

Russell Frederick collection

  • Collection
  • 1965-1979

The collection consists of 605 colour slides. They include images of the Prince Rupert Grain Elevator, the "Queen of Prince Rupert's" first trip to Prince Rupert, CN dock and ships loading, tug boats, fish boats, naval ships, freighters, views from Digby Towers Apartments, aerials of Digby Island and the airport, yacht club, boats at Armour Salvage, Mt. Hays, construction of evaporators at Skeena Cellulose B Mill, homes under construction at Raven Crescent and 180 11th Avenue East, planes, Rupert Square Shopping Mall and Ocean Centre Mall under construction, Court House, and halibut and salmon catches.

Frederick, Russell