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Journals and Diaries
Mrs. B.T. Rogers wrote her memories of her 1886 trip to Vancouver as a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl (5 pages)
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Mrs M. Crackanthorpe, story of her mother Emily Patterson’s lifesaving journey to Point Atkinson
Rev. Henry Glynne Fiennes-Clinton
On April 3, 1886, Father Clinton wrote to his sister-in-law in Hertfordshire, England (6 pages)
Vancouver City Council minutes from October X, 1892