Mission Fine Arts Five
The fonds consists of photographs of the Rites of Passage Exhibition in Mission and of the restoration of the Mission Museum taken by Vogel.
The fonds consists of Hollister's records generated in his capacity as a member of the District of Mission Library Committee, including minutes, correspondence, plans, reports, notes, clippings, and published material.
Fonds consists of papers related to the community involvement of Sharon Brown in Mission City and District. Papers relate to Fraser Valley Regional District Growth Strategy, Mission City Committee, Motor Sport complex History, Joint Steering Committee and Economic Strategy Committee re: Heritage Park complex, and B.C. Library Foundation.
The fonds consists of constitution and bylaws, minutes, membership lists, reports, correspondence, financial records, property records, subject files, and photographs of the Mission Memorial Centre Society.
Mission Memorial Centre Society
The fonds consists of constitution, minutes, reports, membership lists, bylaws, financial records, and ephemera.
Mission and District Garden Club
Fonds consists of two black and white photographs, fourteen colour photographs, newspaper clippings pertaining to Mary Bryant and her family. Includes: four cloth badges.
The fonds consists of records created and received by Patricia (Pat) Mantle while operating St. Michael’s Children Centre. Fonds consists of school roll books, photographs, and records relating to the 20th and 25th anniversary celebrations of the school, including: correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
St. Michael's Children's Centre
Fonds consists of photographs at Silverdale School during the 1953-1954 school year. Photos include Frieda Rogers, her students, and the exterior and grounds of Silverdale School.
Fonds consists of a letter written by Louise Fowler to Paul Constantine and Les Quinlan and photographs of the 1948 flood in Mission.
Fonds consists of minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial records, membership records, annual reports, awards, photographs, scrapbooks, guest book, newspaper articles, historical vignettes from 1910 to 1990, memorabilia, cookbook and MWI pins and stamp. Includes two hard books on Women's Institute history.
Mission City Women's Institute
Spanning more than six decades, the Carl Klenk postcard collection was collected between 1947 and 2015. It is comprised of 870 black / white and color postcards providing a visual record of Mission and communities in the lower and upper Fraser Valley, including: Dewdney, Harrison Hot Springs, Hatzic, and Nicomen Island. Of note in the collection is more than 40 postcards of Mission’s most storied street – First Avenue, originally called Washington Street.
Klenk, Carl William
Fonds consists of newspaper articles and 5 black and white photographs related to the storm and flood of January 1935 in Mission. Fonds includes newspaper articles, postcards, and colour photographs related to Jehovah's Witnesses church and other church facilities. Also includes newspaper articles and a red felt armband related to the Royal Visit of 1939 and Andrew R. Graham's contributions as Chairman of Mission's Board of Commissioners.
Kowal, Evelyn M.
The fonds consists of minutes.
Pacific Cooperative Union
The fonds consists of photographs of the Monds family and of Ralph Monds' community activities. Fonds includes various certificates and ephemera of the Monds family.
The fonds consists of photographs of the Barnett family, of Japanese Canadians in the Mission area, and various class pictures of the Mission School (1925-1931). The fonds includes the school register for the Japanese Kindergarten in Mission.
Barnett, Emma and Harry (family)
The fonds consists of personal and family records including correspondence, certificates, reports, legal records, financial records, travel records, poetry, clippings, and photographs. Fonds includes records relating to Gunn's career in the B.C. Provincial Police and with various private companies. The fonds includes records pertaining to a variety of service clubs and community groups in which Gunn was active, including the Native Sons of B.C., New Westminster Post No. 4, the Royal Arch Masons of B.C. (New Westminster and Mission), the Royal "Y" Service Club (New Westminster), BPO Elks Mission Lodge No. 30, Mission and District Boy Scouts Association, the Mission Basketball Club, the Salvation Army (Mission District Committee), the Mission City Volunteer Fire Brigade, Mission City and District Lions Club, the Mission City Soap Box Derby, and the Rotary Club of Mission City No. 6147.
Gunn, James Andrew
The fonds consists of photographs documenting aspects of Ogle's life including her family, May Day celebrations, the Registered Nurses Association, the Fraser River floods, and ice storms in Mission
Ogle, Doris E.
Mission Hospital Auxiliary
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files and photographs created and accumulated and used under the name of the Fraser Valley Record from 1908 to 1996 and under the name of Mission City Record after 1996.
Mission City Record
Fonds consists of photographic images, including: black and white negatives (glass plate and gelatin cellulose) and prints, and colour postcards which provide a record of the family and their lives. Spanning over four decades, the images also document the growth and early development of hatzic between 1900 and 1920, including: the geographic landscape, the economic development, the modes of transportation, and the pioneer community.
The fonds consists of the private papers and records gathered by Anthony Taulbut relating to his interest in local history and his work with local governments in Mission. It includes collected photographs; a local history quiz; and printed material on a broad range of subjects; the minutes of meetings, letters, registers, visitors’ books, and lists of Mission School District; and the minutes of meetings, letters, land records and assessment rolls of the Corporation of the District of Mission. Fonds also includes records of the Freemasons in Mission.
Taulbut, Anthony S.
The fonds consists of correspondence, literary papers, certificates, awards, programs, clippings, school records and photographs of Dorothy Hills. The fonds includes early photographs of the Grinsted and Hills families.