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1.   Delta Canneries. -- [1982]
Part Of:
Edgar Dunning fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
.5 cm of textual material
Scope:
Contains research notes on various canneries and the history of canneries in Delta.
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2.   Record of Fisherman at Canneries. -- 1900 - 1918.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
1 page textual record
Scope:
File contains one page copy entitled 'Fishermen who have been returned by two Canneries this season'. The document contains a list of fishermen's names and the names of canneries they have worked for.
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3.   Receipts. -- 1905.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
2 cm textual records
Scope:
File consists of receipts and accounts between May to December 1905 for the Anglo American Cannery and businesses and canneries in regards to supplies, equipment,shipping and debts owed by fishermen. Business receipts included are from; Marshall Smith ( grocer) in Ladner, McDonald & Co.( grocer)- Vancouver, several manufacturers of fishing nets and twines in Vancouver, shippers and importers in Vancouver, Wood Vallance & Legget hardware - Vancouver, as well as several accounts with canneries along the fraser river including; The Currie McWilliams Cannery, The Canoe Pass Cannery, The Albion Cannery and the Pacific Coast Cannery in Steveston.
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4.   Receipts. -- 1905.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
1 cm textual records
Scope:
File consists of receipts and accounts between January to September 1905 for the Anglo American Cannery and businesses and canneries in regards to supplies, equipment,shipping and debts owed by fishermen. Business receipts included are from; Delta Meat and Commission Co.- Ladner, W.L. McBride- Port Guichon, as well as several accounts with canneries along the fraser river.
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5.   Charles Goad fire insurance plans. -- 1897-1949 [copied 1985, 1986]
Part Of:
Delta Museum and Archives fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
34 maps and plans : 46cm x 61cm 9 slides : colour ; 35 mm
Scope:
Consists of two maps (photocopies) showing locations of Fraser River canneries in 1897 and 1911, and 24 b&w photocopies (some duplicates) and 9 colour slides of fire insurance plans of canneries in 1897 and 1911, including for the following canneries: Currie-McWilliams, Westham Island, Canoe Pass, British America, Brunswick, Anglo-American, Wellington, Harlock, Fisherman's, Wadham's, Delta, Deas Island, Ewen, Fraser River, Annieville, Glenrose, Albion and St. Mungo. Also includes fire insurance plans (copies) for Steveston (1897) and for Ladner (1911 and 1924, with the latter updated to 1949).
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6.   Canneries at Steveston. -- [190-]
Part Of:
Curtis family fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
Item
Phys Descr:
1 photograph print : b&w ; 9 x 12 cm1 photograph negative : b&w ; 35 mm
Scope:
Consists of photograph of canneries at Steveston
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7.   Contracts and agreements. -- 1897 - 1905.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
1 cm textual records
Scope:
File contains contracts, agreements and resolutions between Anglo American Canning Company, the provincial goverment, The Fraser River Canners Association, The B.C. Canners association and fishermen. There is a handwritten draft agreement created by the Ango American Canning Company in 1897; a notice concerning a general meeting of the B.C. Canners held September 25th 1901 in regards to an agreement to hire a fish scientist by the name of Mr. J.S. Babcock to help secure the logevity of the fishing industry in British Columbia whereby all canneries are required to pay their share of his salary; Fraser River Canners Association resolutions, correspondance and agreements with the Anglo American Canning Company.
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8.   Unidentified canneries. -- [ca. 1915]
Part Of:
Delta Museum and Archives photograph collection  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
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Item
Phys Descr:
1 photograph print : b&w ; 9 x 11.5 cm.
Scope:
Photograph of unidentified canneries by water's edge
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9.   Letters and Contracts. -- 1905.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
1.3 cm textual records
Scope:
File consists of various forms of correspondance received by the Anglo American Canning Company by telegram and letter form. Included in this correspondance is a proposal dated September 5, 1900 to form the Fraser River Canneries Association and the benefits to canneries by the formation of this organization; several B.C. Packers Association letters in regards to shipments, and outstanding accounts; a B.C. Packers Association contract between Canners and fishermen and a document declaring an impoundment of a fishing boat and net by Department of Marine and Fisheries regarding a breach of fishing regulations by fisherman, [Tom Bantucevich?].
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10.   Receipts. -- 1898 - 1905.
Part Of:
Brunswick Cannery (Canoe Pass) fonds  [Description]   [Finding Aid]
Level:
File
Phys Descr:
2 cm textual records
Scope:
File consists of receipts and correspondance between the Anglo American Cannery and businesses in regards to supplies, equipment,shipping and debts owed by fishermen. Business receipts included are from; Royal City Planing Mills in New Westminster, Thomas Dunn & Co. hardware in Vancouver, J. Leckie ( merchandiser of fish nets and ropes) in Vancouver, Marshall Smith ( grocer) in Ladner, the steamer Robert Dunsmuir, Canadian Pacific Railway and different accounts with canneries along the Fraser River including; The Brunswick Cannery, Pacific Coast Cannery in Steveston and the Currie McWilliams Cannery, B.C. Packers correspondance regarding fishermen indebted to the Anglo American cannery dated May 23, 1905 and a Fraser Canners Association price for fish dated June 27, 1900.
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