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BVCAC events, programs, and projects

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Date Range
1987-2011
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
This series contains material related to various events, programs, and projects carried out or funded by the BVCAC. The contents are primarily ephemera, such as posters, pamphlets, and tickets, but also include preparatory notes, cast lists, reports, correspondence, and other textual documents. In …
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council
Fonds No.
AF27
Series No.
S5
Accession No.
2021.15
Physical Description
6 cm of textual/graphic material, 2 scrapbooks, 36 photographs
Date Range
1987-2011
Custodial History
Items donated from the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council on May 19th 2021.
Scope and Content
This series contains material related to various events, programs, and projects carried out or funded by the BVCAC. The contents are primarily ephemera, such as posters, pamphlets, and tickets, but also include preparatory notes, cast lists, reports, correspondence, and other textual documents. In addition, this series contains 36 colour photographs of Missoula Children’s Theatre productions (Alice in Wonderland, Feb. 1993, and The Pied Piper, Feb. 1995) and two “Concerts for Kids” scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from the 1980s-1990s.
Arrangement
This series has been divided into files based on subject matter, including: Della Herman Theatre, 1999 tech workshop, Missoula Children’s Theatre, new logo contest, Alcan Arts Highway Project, variety shows (incl. Monty Python, Kaleidoscope, Show Tunes), dinner theatre, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pink Fraud: The Wall, Christmas concerts, 25th anniversary CD release party, and Expanding Circles projects.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
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Hudson Bay Mountain Resort fonds

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Date Range
1985-[2000s-2010s?]
Collection
Hudson Bay Mountain Resort fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Fonds contains 10 Ski Smithers newspapers/magazines from 1985 to 1994, 8 photographs relating to the Hudson Bay Mountain Resort and skiing in Smithers, two Juvenile Championships programs from 1987 and 1989, one Schuss Boomer Downhill poster from March 2, 1986, one pamphlet/map, one 1987-88 Season …
Scope and Content �File contains a newspaper supplement for the 1987 British Columbia Juvenile Championships and Juvenile Development Camp, and a free souvenir edition of the 1989 Canadian Juvenile Championships program. Ephemera File no.: 4 Part of: Hudson Bay Mountain Resort fonds, Series 1 Related
Collection
Hudson Bay Mountain Resort fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Hudson Bay Mountain Resort
Fonds No.
BF8
Accession No.
2017.130
2018.2
2020.6
2020.28
2020.36
Physical Description
4.3 cm of textual records, 8 photographs, 1 poster, 1 pamphlet, 1 Season Pass
Date Range
1985-[2000s-2010s?]
History / Biographical
The Hudson Bay Mountain Resort, formerly known as Ski Smithers, is a ski resort situated on Hudson Bay Mountain outside Smithers, B.C. Officially established in 1969, its origins lie in the 1930s when Norwegian and Swedish settlers began skiing in the backcountry. Local ski enthusiasts started building cabins on the mountain for tourist use in the 1950s. Lifts and tow ropes were installed by 1960, followed by t-bars in the 70s and a triple chair and day lodge in the 80s. Over the years, Ski Smithers/Hudson Bay Mountain Resort has sponsored the Winter Festival, held special events such as Ski-a-Thons, the Schuss Boomer Downhill, and Schnai Dai, and offered ski packages and programs to all ages. The resort underwent further development between 2005 and 2014 due to the input of various new investors and management groups. Gary Mathiesen became the sole owner in 2015-16. As of 2020, Hudson Bay Mountain Resort covers 315 acres and has 41 runs (Green, Blue, Black, and Double Black). It is the largest ski resort in northern British Columbia.
Custodial History
The items in this fonds were found in collections. Those with 2020.6 accession numbers were discovered with other newspaper supplements in the Old Works Yard storage building in April 2020; they had originally been donated by the Interior News in 2007 and officially had an accession form signed by Grant Harris in May 2020. The speeches and pamphlet (2018.2) were originally part of the BVM discrete items collection before being transferred in June 2020. The Schuss Boomer Downhill poster was donated in spring 2020 by Claire de Jong. The ski pass was found in collections in October 2020.
Scope and Content
Fonds contains 10 Ski Smithers newspapers/magazines from 1985 to 1994, 8 photographs relating to the Hudson Bay Mountain Resort and skiing in Smithers, two Juvenile Championships programs from 1987 and 1989, one Schuss Boomer Downhill poster from March 2, 1986, one pamphlet/map, one 1987-88 Season Pass, and four typed speeches.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Smithers Harmonettes fonds

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Date Range
[1964-1967; 2007]
Collection
Smithers Harmonettes fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
sound recording
textual record
moving image
Scope and Content
Fonds reflects items created and used by members of the Smithers Harmonettes. The fonds is arranged into two series: sheet music and records, and historical accounts; as well as a file containing a scrapbook.
, C.N. train pamphlets and tickets, and Expo ephemera. �
Collection
Smithers Harmonettes fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
sound recording
textual record
moving image
Creator
Smithers Harmonettes
Fonds No.
AF21
Accession No.
2004.48
2009.10
2018.2
Physical Description
4.5 cm of textual records
4 sound recordings: vinyl
1 CD-ROM
1 DVD
Date Range
[1964-1967; 2007]
History / Biographical
In 1959, Sister Mary Andrew, of the Order of the Holy Cross, began a glee club for the female students at St. Joseph’s School, which included singing, folk dancing and acting. The original members of the St. Joseph’s School Glee Club (aka Smithers Glee Club) included Charlotte Adomeit, Mary Anne Adomeit, Trudy Adomeit, Corrie Bazil, Mary Brinkac, Jean Calderwood, Judy Calderwood, Lorraine Calderwood, Elizabeth Duff, Rosemarie Duff, Sandra Haubrick, Judy Hidber, Tina Konst, Rita Maillot, Carol Miller, Joan Miller, Sharon Morris, Diane O’Neill, Dora Sikkes, Jane Sikkes, Gerry Silver, Glenda Spicer, and Lorraine Spicer. Many of these girls originally sang in the Children’s Choir at the Catholic Church with direction from Carl Spicer.
In 1961, the Smithers Glee Club traveled to Kitimat, B.C., to enter a drama competition and won an award for their performance of “Flapper Girls”. The Smithers Glee Club performed in a number of locations outside of Smithers, including Burns Lake and Prince Rupert. Dick Heggie drove the Smithers Glee Club to their out of town performances, while Sister Gregory and Sister Francis Ann (also of the Order of the Holy Cross) chaperoned.
Eventually, the Smithers Glee Club solely focused on singing, developing into a Choral Group. The Choral Group included both girls from St. Joseph’s School and Smithers Secondary School. The girls suggested a new name for this collective and soon they were known as the Smithers Harmonettes. In 1963, Eric Ekman joined as guitarist and a singer. Jack and Ed Rea joined as singers in 1964.
The Smithers Harmonettes performed at a number of events, including the inauguration of the Queen of Prince Rupert ferry (May 21, 1961) and the Seattle World’s Fair (July 12 to July 17, 1962). The group performed live on a night-time program in Terrace, B.C. (February 14, 1964), as well as on CFTK for Alcan’s 5th annual Christmas TV program in Kitimat, B.C., (1965).
The Harmonettes recorded their first album “Introducing the Harmonettes of Smithers, B.C.” in November of 1964, which was followed by their second album “Good News.”
In 1966, Sister Mary Andrew was relocated to Iona Academy, a girls’ boarding school, in St. Raphael’s Ontario. The Smithers Harmonettes continued to sing under the direction of Ed Rea, Vern Barge, Dave Forsythe and Carol Barter.
The Smithers Harmonettes most significant performance was at Expo ’67 in Montreal, Q.C. Thirty-three girls and 10 chaperones left Smithers on April 20, 1967. Chaperones included Marisa Rae, RN, Carol Barter, RN, Dora Sikkes, PN, Marge (Barge) Henderson, Mrs. Forsythe and Mrs. Biro. The Harmonettes met Sister Mary Andrew in Alexandria, Ontario on April 26, who in turn took over directing the girls. The group performed a concert at Alexandria Hall. On April 28, 1967, the Smithers Harmonettes arrived in Montreal. They performed two shows per day (one at 12:30 PM and another at 5:30 PM) for four days. They returned for Smithers on May 4, 1967, arriving on May 8, 1967. The girls were interviewed by Ron Eastman of CFBV upon their arrival in Smithers. This tour also resulted in the Harmonettes’ final album: “Smithers Harmonettes Live at Montreal in 1967.”
The last performance of the Smithers Harmonettes was at St. Joseph’s Auditorium, which Sister Mary Andrew directed before returning to Ontario.
Custodial History
Records were collected by Carol Morris, a former member of the Smithers Harmonettes.
Scope and Content
Fonds reflects items created and used by members of the Smithers Harmonettes. The fonds is arranged into two series: sheet music and records, and historical accounts; as well as a file containing a scrapbook.
Arrangement
Records are artificially arranged.
Subject Access
Smithers Harmonettes
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Montreal, QC
Type of Record
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BVCAC funding applications

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Date Range
1985-2013
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
This series contains applications for funding made by local artists and community groups, either directly to the BVCAC or to other organizations with the support of the BVCAC. It also includes posters and other ephemera for several of the events which were funded by the BVCAC. This series represent…
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council
Fonds No.
AF27
Series No.
S2
Accession No.
2021.15
Physical Description
4 cm of textual/graphic material
Date Range
1985-2013
Custodial History
Items donated from the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council on May 19th 2021.
Scope and Content
This series contains applications for funding made by local artists and community groups, either directly to the BVCAC or to other organizations with the support of the BVCAC. It also includes posters and other ephemera for several of the events which were funded by the BVCAC. This series represents the core work of the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council.
Arrangement
This series has been divided into three files arranged in chronological order, as well as one separate file for the 2011 Arts and Culture Days applications (due to their extent).
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
Archival Description
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"Concerts for Kids" scrapbook

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Date Range
1987-1990
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
“Concerts for Kids” scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from performances by and for children in the 1980s and 90s. Includes plays put on by Smithers children with the help of Missoula Children's Theatre.
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council
Fonds No.
AF27
Series No.
S5
Accession No.
2021.15
Physical Description
1 scrapbook
Date Range
1987-1990
Custodial History
Item donated from the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council on May 19th 2021.
Scope and Content
“Concerts for Kids” scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from performances by and for children in the 1980s and 90s. Includes plays put on by Smithers children with the help of Missoula Children's Theatre.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
Archival Description

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ConcertsforKids_1986-1990_accesscopy

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"Concerts for Kids" scrapbook

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Date Range
1990-1996
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
“Concerts for Kids” scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from performances by and for children in the 1990s. Includes plays put on by Smithers children with the help of Missoula Children's Theatre.
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council
Fonds No.
AF27
Series No.
S5
Accession No.
2021.15
Physical Description
1 scrapbook
Date Range
1990-1996
Custodial History
Item donated from the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council on May 19th 2021.
Scope and Content
“Concerts for Kids” scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from performances by and for children in the 1990s. Includes plays put on by Smithers children with the help of Missoula Children's Theatre.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

ConcertsforKids_1990-1996_accesscopy

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COVID-19 collection

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Date Range
2020-2021
Collection
COVID-19 collection
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
electronic record
sound recording
Scope and Content
This collection contains material related to the impact of, and the response to, the 2020-2021 COVID-19 pandemic in Smithers. It includes over 200 photographs by Chris Duncan of the town during the early stages of the pandemic, a CD of the 2020 virtual Canada Day event, and ephemera such as posters…
Collection
COVID-19 collection
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
electronic record
sound recording
Creator
Bulkley Valley Museum
Fonds No.
C4
Accession No.
2020.7
2021.6
2021.14
Physical Description
1 cm graphic material
210 JPEG photographs
2 PDFs
1 CD
Date Range
2020-2021
History / Biographical
The COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic is an ongoing (as of March 2021) global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019. First identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019, the disease soon spread across the globe, being declared a pandemic on March 11th 2020 by the World Health Organization.
Custodial History
These records were collected by Bulkley Valley Museum staff throughout 2020 and 2021 in order to document the COVID-19 pandemic as it occurred. Several of them were initially added to other fonds (Discrete Item Collection, Town of Smithers Fonds, Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society Fonds) before the COVID-19 Collection was created on March 26th 2021.
Scope and Content
This collection contains material related to the impact of, and the response to, the 2020-2021 COVID-19 pandemic in Smithers. It includes over 200 photographs by Chris Duncan of the town during the early stages of the pandemic, a CD of the 2020 virtual Canada Day event, and ephemera such as posters, cards, flyers, and digital records relating to COVID-19.
Arrangement
Arrangement is artifical and has been imposed by museum staff.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Related Material
Related material in the Museum’s artifact collection includes a refillable hand sanitizer can produced by the Smithers Brewing Co. in response to a shortage of such containers in Smithers.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Ernest Hann fonds

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Date Range
[1901-1977]
Collection
Ernest Hann fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
architectural drawing
Scope and Content
Fonds reflects the activities of Ernest Hann in his lifetime and is arranged into 3 series:
Collection
Ernest Hann fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
architectural drawing
Fonds No.
PF8
Accession No.
1978.4
1979.4
1981.15
1981.18
1981.21
1981.47
1982.21
1982.22
1983.32
1987.5
1990.239
1992.9
2016.6
2017.54
2017.55
2018.2
2022.14
Physical Description
11 cm of textual records
3 blueprints
1 map
3 b/w photographs
Date Range
[1901-1977]
History / Biographical
Ernest Hann was born in 1889 in Warblington, South Hampton, England, to Sarah and George Hann. Hann had a sister and brother, primarily raised by housekeepers as their mother passed away at age 36. The Hanns, alongside some extended family, immigrated to Canada in 1903, settling in Moosevim, Saskatchewan.
In 1909, the Hanns moved to Vernon, BC, where Ernest worked various jobs. His father, George, decided to move to Coquitlam, BC, to start an apple orchard. Ernest moved back to Vernon in 1911 and trained as a carpenter. Ernest, convinced by the La Croix family, moved to the Bulkley Valley on a Canadian Pacific Steamship to Prince Rupert. By 1913, Hann finally made it to Smithers.
On February 2, 1914, Hann married Addie Bannister in St. James Anglican Church and eventually had seven children: Wana (Abel), Winnie (Robertson), Pearl (Wall), Pat (McCammon), Roberta (Robinson), Bill, and Lloyd. Hann founded his company, Ernest Hann Carpenter and Builder, and was contracted by the town for various buildings, including the Civic Centre arena and the Muheim Elementary School in the 1950s. While a carpenter by trade, Hann also worked as a butcher, undertaker, rink caretaker, CN Railway carman, bridge builder, and manned the first light plant for W J O’Neill. He was also involved with several clubs and boards, including the School Board, Hospital Board, Curling Club, Rod and Gun Club, Fall Fair Board and Mason’s Lodge. See finding aid for more information.
Scope and Content
Fonds reflects the activities of Ernest Hann in his lifetime and is arranged into 3 series:
1.Ernest Hann Carpenter and Builder
2.Personal papers
3.Photographs
Records include a mining map and pamphlet, booklets regarding Smithers Grand Trunk Pacific Headquarters and Sisters of St. Ann (Sacred Heart Hospital), ledgers, correspondence, certificates, ephemera (receipts/invoices, cheques, tickets), articles written for the Interior News, blue prints, photographs, and a annotated copy of 40 Years on the Yukon Telegraph by Guy Lawrence.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Personal papers

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Date Range
1901-1902; 1914-1918; 1923-1945; 1955-1977
Collection
Ernest Hann fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
Series includes personal papers created and collected by Ernest Hann and his family. Records include a Bulkley Valley mining map and pamphlet, booklets, correspondence (from J. Mason Adams, Vic and Laura Murphy, and others), driver’s licence, certificates, articles written for the Interior News, an…
Collection
Ernest Hann fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
Fonds No.
PF8
Series No.
S2
Accession No.
1978.4
1979.4
1982.21
1982.22
1981.47
1987.5
1990.239
1992.9
2003.35
2012.82
2016.6
2017.54
2017.55
2018.2
2022.14
Physical Description
6 cm of textual records
Date Range
1901-1902; 1914-1918; 1923-1945; 1955-1977
Scope and Content
Series includes personal papers created and collected by Ernest Hann and his family. Records include a Bulkley Valley mining map and pamphlet, booklets, correspondence (from J. Mason Adams, Vic and Laura Murphy, and others), driver’s licence, certificates, articles written for the Interior News, and ephemera such as invoices, cheques, and an airline ticket. Booklets owned by Hann reflect his involvement in various ventures in Smithers, including the Grand Trunk Pacific Freight and Passenger Division Headquarters and the Sacred Heart Hospital. Certificates include his marriage certificate to Addie Pearl Bannister and his graduation certificate from the Diocese of Rochester.
Notes
Businesses and organizations represented in invoices include the Town of Smithers scavenging department, Watson's Store, Quaily Market, Elliott Shoe Shop, Wall's Garage & Taxi, Simpson Transfer, Hatt Bros, Eby's Store, W.V. Tomlinson's drugstore, Smithers Electric, Omineca Lodge, Bank of Canada, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, and Canadian Pacific Airlines.
Type of Record
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Scrapbooks

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Date Range
1967
Collection
Smithers Harmonettes fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
File consists of a scrapbook of the Harmonettes trip to the Montreal Expo in 1967. Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings, C.N. train pamphlets and tickets, and Expo ephemera.
Collection
Smithers Harmonettes fonds
Description Level
File
GMD
textual record
Fonds No.
AF21
File No.
7
Accession No.
2009.10
Physical Description
2 cm of textual records
Date Range
1967
Custodial History
Scrapbook was put together by Carol Spicer and donated on April 15, 2009 after the 2007 Harmonettes reunion.
Scope and Content
File consists of a scrapbook of the Harmonettes trip to the Montreal Expo in 1967. Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings, C.N. train pamphlets and tickets, and Expo ephemera.
Subject Access
Smithers Harmonettes
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Smithers Scrapbook

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Collection
BVM discrete item collection
Description Level
File
GMD
graphic material
textual record
Scope and Content
Scrapbook includes photographs, newpaper clippings, ephemera related to Smithers and B.C. centennial, and a brief history of Smithers.
Collection
BVM discrete item collection
Description Level
File
GMD
graphic material
textual record
Fonds No.
C1
File No.
File 210
Accession No.
2017.43
Physical Description
2.5 cm of textual records
46 photographs: b & w
Scope and Content
Scrapbook includes photographs, newpaper clippings, ephemera related to Smithers and B.C. centennial, and a brief history of Smithers.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Related Material
Some photographs have not been digitized as they are duplicates. Please see P5016 for the digitized version of photographs found in this file.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Smithers Secondary School

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Date Range
1959-2009
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
sound recording
electronic record
Scope and Content
Series contains records pertaining to the Smithers Junior Senior High, including books compiled by Social Studies 30 classes entitled “Smithers and District” and “Pioneers of Smithers,” 2 issues of The Moccasin Telegraph (1939 and 1940), an issue of The Voice student newsletter (1999); a graduation…
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
sound recording
electronic record
Fonds No.
GF3
Series No.
SF2
Accession No.
1987.19
1993.15
1999.18
2009.66
2012.106
2017.18
2017.91
2017.123
2017.135
2018.89
2019.40
2019.44
2020.10
2020.27
2020.36
2021.12
2021.15
Physical Description
5 cm of textual records; 17 audio cassettes; 1 photograph; ~833 MB of digital records
Date Range
1959-2009
History / Biographical
Prior to the construction of a secondary school in Smithers, high school students met on the same grounds as the elementary students. However, this soon led to overcrowding, and by 1926 the town leased the former Royal Bank Building to handle the overflow. Shortly after, the School District approved the decision to invest $15,000 in a new high school building. This was built on Third Avenue by Ernie Hann and opened in 1927. It had two rooms and could accommodate up to 60 students. Throughout the 1940s, it was known as Smithers High School. Students in the junior grades (8-9) were moved to Chandler Park Junior Secondary School in 1963. The current Smithers Secondary School campus was opened in 1978, with a total enrollment of 400 students in grades 10 through 12. Grade 9 was reinstated at the school in 1981, and grade 8 returned with the closing of Chandler Park Junior Secondary in 2004.
Scope and Content
Series contains records pertaining to the Smithers Junior Senior High, including books compiled by Social Studies 30 classes entitled “Smithers and District” and “Pioneers of Smithers,” 2 issues of The Moccasin Telegraph (1939 and 1940), an issue of The Voice student newsletter (1999); a graduation program, a cheer sheet, a guest book for parent teacher meetings; certificates, a pamphlet, and other documents pertaining to cooperative education; 14 (17?) audio cassettes of oral histories conducted by Grade 10 students in 1992; a photograph of the 1953 Grade 11 and 12 classes; a graduation pamphlet from 1987; ephemera from theatre productions; and yearbooks including: the Rocket (1959), the Glacier (1960, 1962, 1972), the Jubilee (1963-64), an unnamed yearbook (1964-65), the Arrow (1966), the Centennial Souvenir (1967), the Centennial Plus 1 (1968), and the Apple (1970).
Subject Access
Smithers Secondary School
Smithers High School
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
The audio cassettes donated by Linnea Lanstrom do not have an accession number and their location is unknown. No donor sheet has been found.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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