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Cortes Island parks - Carrington Bay; Von Donop

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Part Of
Ralph Nursall fonds
Description Level
File
Material Type
textual records
Accession Number
2008.001
Date Range
1986-1992
Part Of
Ralph Nursall fonds
Description Level
File
Fonds Number
2008.001
Series Number
1.5
File Number
29
Accession Number
2008.001
Material Type
textual records
Date Range
1986-1992
Storage Range
2-23
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Cortes Local Advisory Committee binder: Section 5 (LAC/Klahoose Table)

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Part Of
Ralph Nursall fonds
Description Level
File
Material Type
textual records
Accession Number
2008.001
Date Range
1996-1997
Scope and Content
File contains minutes, agendas and other material relating to meetings of the Klahoose Table, attended by members of CILAC, Klahoose First Nations and government negotiators. It includes material relating to a proposed park at Carrington Bay.
Part Of
Ralph Nursall fonds
Description Level
File
Fonds Number
2008.001
Series Number
3
File Number
10
Accession Number
2008.001
Material Type
textual records
Date Range
1996-1997
Scope and Content
File contains minutes, agendas and other material relating to meetings of the Klahoose Table, attended by members of CILAC, Klahoose First Nations and government negotiators. It includes material relating to a proposed park at Carrington Bay.
Storage Range
3-44
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
File
Material Type
textual records
Accession Number
2017.011
Date Range
2001
Scope and Content
File contains correspondence regarding development in Carrington Bay, between Friends of Cortes Island (FOCI), Regional Director George Sirk, and Klahoose First Nation.
Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
File
Creator
Cortes Ecoforestry Society
Fonds Number
2017.011
Series Number
1
File Number
2
Accession Number
2017.011
Material Type
textual records
Date Range
2001
Scope and Content
File contains correspondence regarding development in Carrington Bay, between Friends of Cortes Island (FOCI), Regional Director George Sirk, and Klahoose First Nation.
Storage Location
1-2
Storage Range
1-2
Name Access
Cortes Ecoforestry Society
Geographic Access
Cortes Island
Carrington Bay
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Garbage at old homestead

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Accession Number
2019.003
Date Range
[ca. 2000]
Scope and Content
This may be the old Wood homestead near Carrington Bay.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Creator
Thompson, Doreen (Huck)
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.016
Accession Number
2019.003
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 2000]
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Scope and Content
This may be the old Wood homestead near Carrington Bay.
Storage Location
Photograph Box 3
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Whaletown school class of 1928-1929, standing beside the school building

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Accession Number
2019.017
Date Range
1928
Scope and Content
Photographs depict the pupils at the second Whaletown school standing beside the school. The photograph was taken by Evelyn Dow, who taught there from February 1928 to June 1929. This school was built in 1918 near the corner of Coulter Bay Road and Carrington Bay Road, and was used (with improvements) until 1950. The front, side and surroundings of the school are clearly shown. Front row third from left is Marion Borden; Vernon Borden next to her fourth from left. Top row, far right: Lorna Borden (IDs by Terrill Marlow, Marion’s daughter, and Rob Borden, Vernon’s son).
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Creator
Dow, Evelyn
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.157
Accession Number
2019.017
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
1928
Physical Description
2 photographic prints : b&w ; 11.5 x 7 cm
Custodial History
Photographs are from an album created by Evelyn Dow and were donated to CIMAS by her niece, Sharon Thomas.
Scope and Content
Photographs depict the pupils at the second Whaletown school standing beside the school. The photograph was taken by Evelyn Dow, who taught there from February 1928 to June 1929. This school was built in 1918 near the corner of Coulter Bay Road and Carrington Bay Road, and was used (with improvements) until 1950. The front, side and surroundings of the school are clearly shown. Front row third from left is Marion Borden; Vernon Borden next to her fourth from left. Top row, far right: Lorna Borden (IDs by Terrill Marlow, Marion’s daughter, and Rob Borden, Vernon’s son).
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Name Access
Dow, Evelyn
Subject Access
Schools
Geographic Access
Cortes Island
Carrington Bay
Whaletown
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Whaletown school class of 1928-1929

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Accession Number
2019.017
Date Range
1929
Scope and Content
Photograph depicts the pupils at the second Whaletown school beside the corner of the school. The photograph was taken by Evelyn Dow, who taught there from February 1928 to June 1929. This school was built in 1918 near the corner of Coulter Bay Road and Carrington Bay Road, and was used (with improvements) until 1950. Top Row: third from left, Lorna Borden; second from right, Doris Houghton-Brown Middle row: second from left, Ken Houghton-Brown, third from left, Vernon Borden; far right, Marion Borden Front row: far right, Claude Borden (IDs by Terrill Marlow, Marion’s daughter, Rob Borden, Vernon’s son, and Joan Bevington, Ken Houghton-Brown's daughter).
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Creator
Dow, Evelyn
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.158
Accession Number
2019.017
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
1929
Physical Description
photograph print : b&w ; 9 x 6 cm
Custodial History
Photograph is from an album created by Evelyn Dow and was donated to CIMAS by her niece, Sharon Thomas.
Scope and Content
Photograph depicts the pupils at the second Whaletown school beside the corner of the school. The photograph was taken by Evelyn Dow, who taught there from February 1928 to June 1929. This school was built in 1918 near the corner of Coulter Bay Road and Carrington Bay Road, and was used (with improvements) until 1950. Top Row: third from left, Lorna Borden; second from right, Doris Houghton-Brown Middle row: second from left, Ken Houghton-Brown, third from left, Vernon Borden; far right, Marion Borden Front row: far right, Claude Borden (IDs by Terrill Marlow, Marion’s daughter, Rob Borden, Vernon’s son, and Joan Bevington, Ken Houghton-Brown's daughter).
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Name Access
Dow, Evelyn
Subject Access
Schools
Geographic Access
Cortes Island
Carrington Bay
Whaletown
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Jan Gemmel standing on the deck of her floathouse in Carrington Bay

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1980]
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.200
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1980]
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 9 x 12 cm
Custodial History
Transferred from Information Files August 20, 2020
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Floathouse built by Jim Palmer and Jan Gemmel

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1980]
Scope and Content
This floathouse was built by Jim Palmer and Jan Gemmel in Gorge Harbour, and later moved to Carrington Bay beside the entrance to Carrington Lagoon.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.201
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1980]
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 9 x 12 cm
Custodial History
Transferred from Information Files August 20, 2020
Scope and Content
This floathouse was built by Jim Palmer and Jan Gemmel in Gorge Harbour, and later moved to Carrington Bay beside the entrance to Carrington Lagoon.
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Collapsed shack in Carrington Bay

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.205
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Work party tearing down collapsed shack

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: Cedar DeTrey, Mike ?, John Shook
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.206
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: Cedar DeTrey, Mike ?, John Shook
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
Images
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Carpenter ants in supporting timber of Carrington shack

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.207
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
Images
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Work party resting after most of the building has been removed

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: John Shook, Justin Stirn, Pierre DeTrey, Kiyoshi Kosky, Cedar DeTrey.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.208
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: John Shook, Justin Stirn, Pierre DeTrey, Kiyoshi Kosky, Cedar DeTrey.
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Carrington Bay work party, most of shack removed

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: Kiyoshi Kosky, Pierre DeTrey, Cedar DeTrey
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.209
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established. L to R: Kiyoshi Kosky, Pierre DeTrey, Cedar DeTrey
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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Remains of Carrington Bay shack and a boat hull on the beach

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Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Part Of
CIMAS photograph collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2019.003
Item Number
2019.003.210
Material Type
graphic
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Custodial History
Found in Information Files folder, Jan. 2021
Scope and Content
One of a series of photographs of volunteers removing the remains of shacks at Carrington Bay when Carrington Bay Marine Park was established.
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Subject Access
Parks
Geographic Access
Carrington Bay
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