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.
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.
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.