The fonds consists of Harvey's correspondence, notes and reports relating to his activities with the Prince Rupert Chamber of Commerce and as president of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce from 1951 to 1960. The fonds also includes plans of the Digby Island Airport, a manuscript of "Story of a Firm," the cashbooks and trustbooks (1908-1913) of Williams and Manson law firm, and photographs of Ruth Harvey's family when she was a child. Also includes maps from 1931 of the Skeena Electoral District, Annette Island Road Map and Mileage Table A.I.L.F. No. 159 from 4 March, 1942, International boundry between the United States and Canada from Cape Muzon to Mount Elias in 1923, court proceedings concerning the grounding of the m/v Queen of Prince Rupert on 11 August, 1967, a report entitled "The Bulkley Valley" by Nell Dockrill, a correspondence report from the Prince Rupert Drydock Committee, a portion (copy) of a typed manuscript entitled "My Memoirs: a Lifetime in British Columbia" by Wiggs O'Neill, minute and shareholder books of the Prince Rupert Publishing Company Ltd. and the Terrace Club Ltd, a brief on the proposed airport on Digby Island, negatives of fish boats, Invercan No. 2 and No. 4, fish plants, the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage plant in Seal Cove, postacards from Uncle Newton, Cow Bay, Rushbrook Floats, and the waterfront.
Harvey, James T. (family)