7455 Prospect St
PO Box 267
Pemberton, British Columbia
Pemberton and District Museum and Archives Society
The Pemberton Museum was founded in 1982.
The holdings consist of both public and private records generated by residents and organizations of Pemberton and District.
Holdings include personal records of families and individuals in the community as well as the records of organizations and businesses that reflect the social, political and economic life of Pemberton and District. The collecting district is defined as those areas drained by waters entering the north end of Harrison Lake and those areas drained by waters entering Anderson Lake.
References are made to surrounding areas such as: Pemberton (Agerton, Port Pemberton), Port Douglas, 29-Mile, Poole Creek, Mt. Currie (Creekside), Birken, D’arcy, Whistler (Alta Lake), and Lillooet (Cayoosh).
Pemberton & District Museum & Archives Society
Holdings include: photographs; manuscript collection (letters, memoirs, minutes, manuals, project studies and proposals); oral histories; VHS videos; posters; postcards; information files (contain copies of brochures, articles, essays, clippings, and ephemera); pamphlets; local newspapers; and maps.
"Pemberton: The History of a Settlement" by Frances Decker, Margaret Fougberg and Mary Ronayne. 1977
The museum is open from April - October.
Please contact us to make an appointment for research.
Created June 11, 2012.
Revised by BCANS Coordinator, Aug 13, 2012.