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Wedding portrait of Fred and Ann Heal

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Date Range
1886
Collection
BVM visual record collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Scope and Content
Painted wedding portrait of Fred Heal and his wife Ann Anderson. Probably taken in Victoria.
Collection
BVM visual record collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Fonds No.
C2
Item No.
P3341
Physical Description
1 negative: b&w; 8 x 6.5 cm
Scan Resolution
300dpi
Date Range
1886
History / Biographical
Fred and Ann Heal moved with their eight children from Victoria to the Bulkley Valley in 1903, settling near Tyhee Lake. They were among the earliest European settlers to farm in the Valley. Ann served as Aldermere's postmistress and was the first mining recorder in the Valley.
Scope and Content
Painted wedding portrait of Fred Heal and his wife Ann Anderson. Probably taken in Victoria.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Interior News fonds

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Date Range
1910-2011
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Records in the fonds reflect the functions of the Interior News, which included printing for other businesses, as well as publishing a weekly paper. Records include photographs, promotional materials, cheques, supplements, advertisements, sample circular letterheads, microfilm reels containing the …
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Interior News
Fonds No.
BF5
Accession No.
1981.53
1982.34
2017.130
2017.136
2018.2
2020.6
2020.34
2020.36
2021.1
Physical Description
9 cm of textual records; 82 microfilm reels; 1000+ photographs; 24 boxes of negatives; 1000+ PDF files
Date Range
1910-2011
History / Biographical
Although it was initially established in 1907 as the newspaper for the nearby community of Aldermere, the Interior News transferred to Smithers in 1915 with Joseph Coyle as the editor. He remained editor until 1918 when the newspaper was sold to Lawrence Beverly (L. B.) Warner (nee Nyland), who published the paper out of his house in Smithers with the help of his wife, Margaret “Peg” Warner. In its initial years, the paper was hand set, five pages long, and cost ten cents. After Warner’s death on February 25, 1940, his wife, Margaret, and son, Kenneth (Ken) Warner, continued to publish the paper. Ken Warner sold the paper to Bill Yorke-Hardy, Keith Marshall, and Gary White, of North Central Press. In 1981, North Central Press sold The Interior News to Black Press, which still owns the paper to this day. For more detailed information, see Finding Aid.
Custodial History
It is unknown when and how exactly the 1910-2007 Interior News microfilm reels, which make up the bulk of this fonds, were donated. They were most likely microfilmed by the BC Archives. They were never given accession numbers. The 2007-2011 Interior News pdfs were donated to the Museum by the Interior News in July 2019. They were also never given accession numbers. Items from 1981.53 were donated to the archives by an unknown donor on August 19, 1981. They were originally processed by J.J. Horne in 1992. Items from 1982.34 were donated by Mary Wood in 1982. Items from 2020.6 were donated to the museum in 2007 by the Interior News and stored in the Old Works Yard building until being removed and processed in April 2020. On May 5th 2020 an accession form for them was signed by Grant Harris of the Interior News. Items from 2020.34 had previously been in the museum’s reference files, but were accessioned and added to fonds in August 2020. Items from 2020.36 and 2021.1 were found while cleaning Room 6 in September 2020-February 2021 and may have been among the items donated by the Interior News in 2007.
Scope and Content
Records in the fonds reflect the functions of the Interior News, which included printing for other businesses, as well as publishing a weekly paper. Records include photographs, promotional materials, cheques, supplements, advertisements, sample circular letterheads, microfilm reels containing the paper’s entire run from 1910 to 2007, and pdf files of the paper’s run from 2007 to 2011.
Arrangement
Fonds is arranged into four series. S1 contains the full run of the Interior News from 1910 to 2011, stored as microfilm and PDF files. S2 contains physical copies of supplements which were published alongside the Interior News. S3 contains ephemera produced by the Interior News, such as letterhead and cheques. S4 contains photographs and negatives which were produced by or submitted to the Interior News.
Subject Access
Interior News
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Notes
All papers from 1910 to 2007 (minus most supplements) are available on Newspapers.com.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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School District No. 54 fonds

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Date Range
1918-2009
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
sound recording
Scope and Content
This fonds contains items pertaining to the history of School District No. 54, such as yearbooks, photo booklets, photographs, school newspapers, guest books, ledgers, oral histories, calendars, and editions of the Quarterly 54 newspaper. See series/sous-fonds-level entries for more in-depth descri…
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
sound recording
Creator
School District No. 54
Fonds No.
GF3
Accession No.
1981.22
1981.28
1987.19
1990.26
1993.10
1993.15
1999.18
2002.5
2005.5
2003.9
2004.20
2009.66
2012.106
2017.2
2017.12
2017.18
2017.136
2017.91
2017.123
2017.135
2018.89
2019.40
2019.44
2020.6
2020.10
2020.27
2020.34
2020.36
2021.12
2021.15
Physical Description
13 cm of textual records; 198 photographs; 59 colour slides; 17 audio cassettes; 2 floppy discs; 156 MB of textual records (PDF/A)
Date Range
1918-2009
History / Biographical
Education in the Bulkley Valley was decentralized for the first half of the 20th century, with each school run by its own board of trustees. The Cameron Report, undertaken by Maxwell A. Cameron of UBC’s Department of Education in the mid-1940s, advised that the province’s 600+ school boards be consolidated into under 100. Thus, all schools in the Bulkley Valley area were consolidated into School District #54 in around 1947. This led to the gradual closing of the small rural schools and the bussing of children to Smithers, Telkwa, and Houston for their education. School District No. 54 covers the communities of Smithers, Witset, Telkwa, Quick, and Houston. As of 2020, it consists of five elementary schools (Telkwa Elementary, Walnut Park Elementary, Twain Sullivan Elementary, Silverthorne Elementary, and Muheim Elementary) and two high schools (Smithers Secondary and Houston Secondary). It formerly included Lake Kathlyn Elementary School and Quick Elementary School as well. The School Board’s office is located in Smithers.
Scope and Content
This fonds contains items pertaining to the history of School District No. 54, such as yearbooks, photo booklets, photographs, school newspapers, guest books, ledgers, oral histories, calendars, and editions of the Quarterly 54 newspaper. See series/sous-fonds-level entries for more in-depth descriptions of contents.
Arrangement
Fonds consists of one series (S1) for the Board of School Trustees and six sous-fonds, each focusing on a different school: Muheim Memorial Elementary (SF1), Smithers Secondary (SF2), Lake Kathlyn Elementary (SF3), Telkwa Elementary (SF4), Glentanna School (SF5), and Quick School (SF6). Sous-fonds for other schools will be added as necessary. In addition, sous-fonds 1 (Muheim Memorial Elementary) has a photograph (P) series.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Lake Kathlyn, B.C.
Telkwa, B.C.
Quick, B.C.
Glentanna, B.C.
Type of Record
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Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association fonds

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Date Range
[1919-2021]
Collection
Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
The fonds is arranged into two series, Administrative and Fall Fair, and contains newspaper programs, prize lists, prize tickets, meeting minutes, correspondence, financial statements, newspaper supplements, entry forms, certificate of incorporation and a brief history on the founding of the fair.
Collection
Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Other Title Info
Title based on contents of fonds.
Creator
Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association
Fonds No.
AF1
Accession No.
1971.17
1978.5
1983.9
1983.65
1988.1
2007.3
1994.7
1994.13
2020.6
2020.12
2020.34
2022.1
Physical Description
18 cm of textual record, 39 photographs
Date Range
[1919-2021]
History / Biographical
Talk of forming a Bulkley Valley Agricultural Association to oversee the planning of an exhibition began in 1910 (Interior News, May 1910). Various names were used before incorporation, such as: Bulkley Valley Agricultural Association (Interior News, July 27, 1912), Bulkley Valley Agricultural Association and Farmer’s Institute (Omineca Herald, June 7, 1913) and Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition Association (Interior News, June 21, 1919). On July 14, 1919, the Bulkley Valley Agricultural and Industrial Association was incorporated under the Agricultural Act. The mandate of the Association was to "advance the interests of agriculture and to hold an annual exhibition of agricultural products at Smithers, and to do all such other things the directors may decide for the advancement of the association, the farmers and farming." The first directors of the Association included A. Kilpatrick (President, Smithers), J. G. Wood (Vice-President, Telkwa), and L.B. Warner (Secretary Treasurer, Smithers), George Oulton (Smithers), A. J. Prudhomme (Telkwa), E. C. Barger (Telkwa) and William S. Henry (Smithers) (Interior News, June 21, 1919). Smithers held its first Fall Fair in Albert Park, September 30th, 1919. After several years the Fair became a three-day event, presenting a wide variety of exhibits including agricultural displays, livestock and logging shows, handicraft and homemaking exhibits, stage shows, and a midway. The Fair continues to this day, having been held every year since 1919, except for 1932-1933, 1938-1945, 1950-1952. A virtual fair was held in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scope and Content
The fonds is arranged into two series, Administrative and Fall Fair, and contains newspaper programs, prize lists, prize tickets, meeting minutes, correspondence, financial statements, newspaper supplements, entry forms, certificate of incorporation and a brief history on the founding of the fair.
Arrangement
Records were rearranged in September 2016 by Manda Haligowski to better reflect archival standards and to improve accessibility.
Subject Access
Bulkley Valley Fall Fair
Bulkley Valley Exhibition
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Bulkley Valley District Hospital fonds

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Date Range
1920-2001
Collection
Bulkley Valley District Hospital fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
architectural drawing
technical drawing
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Fonds is organized into seven series:
Collection
Bulkley Valley District Hospital fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
architectural drawing
technical drawing
textual record
graphic material
Fonds No.
GF5
Accession No.
1986.7
1992.9
1997.51
2004.20
2007.3
2017.25
2017.36
2017.53
2020.36
Physical Description
21 cm of textual records
6 architectural drawings
1 technical drawing
3 photogarphs
Date Range
1920-2001
History / Biographical
The Bulkley Valley District Hospital was first established in 1920 and occupied a pre-existing building on the corner of Second Avenue and King Street. It housed 13 beds, an operating room, an office, a kitchen and a dining area. The hospital continued to expand throughout the decade until 1933, when its ownership was transferred from the Hospital Board to the Sisters of St. Anne, and a new building was constructed. A 30-bed wing with an emergency operating room was added in 1955. By 1968, this building was ruled obsolete and work began on a new modern facility, to be run by the province after the Sisters relinquished control. The new Bulkley Valley District Hospital was opened in 1969. A major renovation project was launched in 1973 and the original 1934 building was demolished. The formation of the Bulkley Lodge Society through the Smithers Society of Concerned Citizens in 1982 replaced the need for extended care beds in the BV District Hospital. Today, the Hospital acts as an acute care facility with 25 beds, servicing communities from Houston to Hazelton, B.C. For more detailed information on the history and development of the Hospital, see finding aid.
Custodial History
Records that were created both by the original Board of Directors (1920 – 1934) and Sisters of St. Ann (1933-1969) were passed on and kept by management until their donation to the Archives. Records in this collection from the Ladies’ Auxiliary were kept by Jean Maskiewich whose sister-in-law, Jean Kilpatrick, was the former Treasurer of the Auxiliary. Maskiewich then donated these records to the Archives.Three photographs (P7894-P7896) were found in collections in October 2020, having been submitted to the Interior News prior to 2003 and transferred to the museum at an unknown date.
Scope and Content
Fonds is organized into seven series:
1. Administrative
2. Board of Trustees
3. Sisters of St. Ann
4. Bulkley Valley District Hospital Ladies’ Auxiliary
5. Bulkley Valley District Hospital Society
6. Construction and engineering records
7. Legal records
Other records not organized under these series include a reports and orders ledger, a physicians journal and day book, donations for the Hospital’s first x-ray machine, x-ray reports, event programs, a photograph, and donations for a L.B. Warner memorial.
Subject Access
Bulkley Valley District Hospital
Sisters of St. Ann
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Many photographs of the BV District Hospital can also be found in the BVM Visual Records Collection.
Reproduction Restrictions
Some restrictions may be in place for certain records to protect fromer patients.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Town of Smithers fonds

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Date Range
1922-2020
Collection
Town of Smithers fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
cartographic material
architectural drawing
sound recording
Scope and Content
This fonds contains records created by or relating to the municipal governing body of the Town, formerly Village, of Smithers. These include documents such as financial reports, assessment rolls, a scavenging ledger, land lot tax assessments, a voters’ list, bylaws, programs, pamphlets, newsletters…
Collection
Town of Smithers fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
cartographic material
architectural drawing
sound recording
Creator
Town of Smithers
Village of Smithers
Fonds No.
GF4
Item No.
P7723-P7733
Accession No.
1975.107
1981.6
1983.10
1983.12
1983.14
1988.1
1988.5
1988.6
1988.8
1988.9
1988.10
1988.12
1990.172
1999.239
2007.3
2009.50
2012.16
2012.17
2017.22
2017.36
2017.41
2017.71
2018.2
2018.19
2020.9
2021.12
Physical Description
27.5 cm of textual records, 72 cartographic and architectural records, 34 colour photographs
Date Range
1922-2020
History / Biographical
The town of Smithers was established in 1913. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTP) selected the swampy, flat area at the base of Hudson Bay Mountain as the divisional point for the railroad and the development of the town followed. Smithers grew very quickly and by 1914, it boasted two newspapers, banks, hotels, businesses, many residences, and a main street running six blocks north of the railroad tracks. In 1921 it was incorporated as British Columbia’s first village. Over the following decades, the small community continued to grow and expand, receiving town status in 1967. Today it serves as the regional center for the Bulkley Valley. The population as of 2016 was 5,351.
Custodial History
Series 1 was created circa 2016-2020 by Manda Haligowski. Arrangement of the fonds was completed by Holly Peterson in July 2020.
Scope and Content
This fonds contains records created by or relating to the municipal governing body of the Town, formerly Village, of Smithers. These include documents such as financial reports, assessment rolls, a scavenging ledger, land lot tax assessments, a voters’ list, bylaws, programs, pamphlets, newsletters, building specifications, and records from special events such as Smithers’ anniversaries. There are also many cartographic and architectural records, such as maps of Smithers and its Cemetery; blueprints, fire protection plans, and proposed renovations for Central Park Building; and plans for projects such as a new sewage system and the redevelopment of Central Park.
Arrangement
This fonds has been arranged into two series, reflecting two stages in the development of Smithers as a municipality: S1, Corporation of the Village of Smithers, which contains items dating from the village’s incorporation in 1921 until 1966; and S2, Town of Smithers, which contains items dating from after the town’s incorporation in 1967. In addition, 14 maps and plans (1988.1.1, 1988.6.1, 1988.13.1, 2017.41.15, 2017.41.17, 2017.41.18, 2017.41.19, 2017.41.21, 2017.41.22, 2017.41.23, 2017.41.25, 2017.41.30, 2017.41.33, and 2017.41.34) were undated and as such have not been sorted into any series, instead remaining as loose items within the fonds. These are primarily cemetery plans, with some land plot maps and one set of proposed plans for the Smithers courtyard front porch.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Photographs

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Date Range
[1929-1946; 2008]
Collection
Aida Family fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
electronic record
Scope and Content
Series contains various photographs kept or taken by the Aida family. Photographs include family photos, portraits, events and sports teams.
Collection
Aida Family fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
electronic record
Fonds No.
PF5
Series No.
S2
Accession No.
2015.13
Physical Description
26 photographs
3 postcards
1 compact disc
Date Range
[1929-1946; 2008]
Scope and Content
Series contains various photographs kept or taken by the Aida family. Photographs include family photos, portraits, events and sports teams.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Dahlie Family fonds

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Date Range
[1929-1952; 1972; 1999-2002]; digitized 2017-2020
Collection
Dahlie Family fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
textual record
Scope and Content
Fonds is arranged into three series: Martha Dahlie, Books, and Photographs. The Martha Dahlie series contains records pertaining to its namesake, including school reports, birth certificate, Canadian citizenship certificate, and marriage certificate to John Goudie. The Books series contains copies …
Collection
Dahlie Family fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
textual record
Fonds No.
PF22
Accession No.
2017.94
2020.34
Physical Description
3 cm of textual records
4.72 GB of electronic records
Date Range
[1929-1952; 1972; 1999-2002]; digitized 2017-2020
History / Biographical
Christian (Chris) Dahlie was born in Ringsaker, Norway, on January 1, 1896. He came from a family of farmers and spent most of his life farming along with various other jobs. Else Widing was born in Oslo, Norway, on July 27, 1901. Chris and Else married in Oslo on July 1, 1922. They lived on the Nyhus farm near Ringsaker and had three children: Martha (born November 24, 1922), Hallvard (b. 1923), and Jorgen (b. 1924). In the late 1920s, Chris Dahlie emigrated to Canada with Else and the children following shortly after in 1929. The family lived in Holden, Alberta until 1932 and moved to Smithers in 1933. Eventually, they settled on Dahlie Road in 1938. Chris Dahlie became well known for his participation in ski competitions. In 1935, Chris Dahlie won the Western Canadian Ski Championship. In 1940, Chris enlisted in the Canadian Army at the age of 44 to support his family. He was first stationed in Prince Rupert, B.C., and then transferred to Jasper, Alberta, to train Lovat Scouts, a troop from Scotland being trained in skiing to patrol Northern Europe borders. Chris also worked for the British Columbia Forest Service until his retirement in the early 1960s. Christian Dahlie passed away in 1989. Else (Widing) Dahlie passed away on October 23, 2001. For more detailed information, see finding aid and series-level descriptions.
Custodial History
Records were collected by Martha Dahlie and passed onto her daughter, Linda Goudy.
Scope and Content
Fonds is arranged into three series: Martha Dahlie, Books, and Photographs. The Martha Dahlie series contains records pertaining to its namesake, including school reports, birth certificate, Canadian citizenship certificate, and marriage certificate to John Goudie. The Books series contains copies of each of Hallvard Dahlie’s three books: “Norway to Alberta: A Family Chronicle,” “Life in the Bulkley Valley: Memories of the 1930s,” and “Memoirs of a Young Immigrant: Norway to the Bulkley Valley 1929-1942.” The Photographs series contains photos of both Dahlie and Goudy families.
Arrangement
Textual records have been artificially arranged as no original order existed when received. Books are arranged chronologically by year of publication.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Reproduction Restrictions
The school reports in the fonds should be considered before being reproduced.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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CN Loco 2704 Recovery at Legate [sic] Creek [CD]

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Date Range
November 28, 1940 [digitized April 21, 2010]; April 21, 2010
Collection
BVM discrete item collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Scope and Content
CD includes photographs of original photographs of the recovery effort of the CN locomotive 2704 on November 28, 1940. There are three files on the CD: "Data", "Originals" and "Modified". "Data" and "Originals" are duplicates of each other while "Modified" are edited versions of some originals. Und…
Collection
BVM discrete item collection
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Fonds No.
C1
File No.
288
Accession No.
2018.80
Physical Description
1 CD-ROM
Date Range
November 28, 1940 [digitized April 21, 2010]; April 21, 2010
Custodial History
Photographs were taken by Philip A. Jones and compiled onto a CD for the BV Museum's use.
Scope and Content
CD includes photographs of original photographs of the recovery effort of the CN locomotive 2704 on November 28, 1940. There are three files on the CD: "Data", "Originals" and "Modified". "Data" and "Originals" are duplicates of each other while "Modified" are edited versions of some originals. Under "Originals" there is also a photograph of a printed write-up regarding the recovery effort.
Subject Access
Canadian National Railways
Geographic Access
Pacific, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Harry Kruisselbrink fonds

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Date Range
1941-2022
Collection
Harry Kruisselbrink fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
textual record
electronic record
Scope and Content
Fonds reflect the writing and photography work of Harry Kruisselbrink. Arranged into three series: 1. Historical Writings 2. Publications and 3. Photographs. A self-authored funeral program for Kruisselbrink is also included but is not in any series.
Collection
Harry Kruisselbrink fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
graphic material
textual record
electronic record
Creator
Harry Kruisselbrink
Fonds No.
PF32
Accession No.
2018.62
2018.77
2018.92
2019.33
2020.18
2022.5
Physical Description
~13 cm of textual records; 100 photographs; 14.7 MB of digital records
Date Range
1941-2022
History / Biographical
Harry Kruisselbrink was born in the Netherlands in 1941 in the early part of World War II. The family immigrated to Canada in 1951 and lived in Barrett Lake just west of Houston. They moved to Smithers in 1952. Starting in 1955, he spent 40 years working in the communications industry, all of it in northern British Columbia. He met his wife Audrey in 1963; they were married in 1965 and had three children. He retired from the communications industry in 1995. Harry’s interest in local history began in his High School years. His teacher, Lee Curley, was able to convey his enthusiasm for history onto his students, including Harry. At about that same time Harry received a camera as a Christmas gift and since then rarely goes anywhere without it. In 1969, he became a founding member of the Smithers environmental group called SPEC. He joined the local air search and rescue group in 1972. The following year he was elected to Smithers Town Council and served three two-year terms. After retiring from Council, he continued to serve on the Town’s Planning Committee for many years. His wife and he were foster parents for 27 years. Harry was a member of the Smithers’ 60th Anniversary Committee that published the book, “Smithers from Swamp to Village,” written by author Lynn Shervill. Harry has written a number of historical sketches including a book “Smithers – A Railroad Town” and “Beyond the Call of Duty – The Adventurous Life of Rev. F. L. Stephenson”. Kruisselbrink died in Smithers on May 2nd 2022.
Custodial History
These items were created and donated to the museum by Harry Kruisselbrink and/or his wife Audrey.
Scope and Content
Fonds reflect the writing and photography work of Harry Kruisselbrink. Arranged into three series: 1. Historical Writings 2. Publications and 3. Photographs. A self-authored funeral program for Kruisselbrink is also included but is not in any series.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Albert William Vinson fonds

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Date Range
1946-1950; 2009; 2011
Collection
Albert William Vinson fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Fonds is organized into five series, reflecting Vinson’s various endeavours:
Collection
Albert William Vinson fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Fonds No.
PF18
Accession No.
2013.14
Physical Description
6.4 cm of textual records
7 b&w photographs
Date Range
1946-1950; 2009; 2011
History / Biographical
Albert William (Bill) Vinson was born in Basingtoke, England on May 26, 1909 and immigrated to Nova Scotia in April, 1910. Vinson was Game Warden in Smithers, B.C., from November 1, 1946 to August 31, 1948. Vinson also owned and operated Smithers Second Hand Store until it burned down on February 2, 1949. During 1948, he was a polling station Deputy Returning Officer. On November 8, 2011, Vinson passed away in Prince George, B.C. For further information, see finding aid.
Scope and Content
Fonds is organized into five series, reflecting Vinson’s various endeavours:
1. Personal records
2. Smithers Second Hand Shop
3. Game Warden
4. Deputy Return Officer
5. Photographs
Records include correspondence, receipts, forms, personal documents and reports.
Arrangement
No original order exists and the arrangment is an artificial one produced by the Archivist (March 2017).
Type of Record
Archival Description

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Smithers Public Library

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Date Range
1954-2018
Collection
Smithers Public Library fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Fonds includes the meeting minutes of the Library Board from 1954 to 1979, various textual records from the early 2000s, and ephemera from Library events or events in which the Library was a participant.
Collection
Smithers Public Library fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Fonds No.
GF6
Accession No.
2017.35
2019.11
2020.36
2021.12
Physical Description
3 cm of textual records; 2 posters.
Date Range
1954-2018
History / Biographical
Prior to the construction of a library building in Smithers, locals were able to borrow reading material from several small reading rooms. One such room was run by the Presbyterian Church out of the second floor of Mason Adams Drug Store. Another was located in Kennedy’s Billiards Room on Main Street, and yet another operated out of the Interior News building. In these early years, Mrs. Kathleen Casler was chairman of the Smithers Public Library Board and was an advocate for finding a permanent home for the small collection of books in the library’s possession. By 1954, Casler had persuaded Smithers Town Council to convert an unused room in the municipal hall on Fourth Avenue into a library. The space was small, unheated, and lacked appropriate shelving, but it generated much excitement in the community. Ruth Mould worked in the library as an unpaid volunteer under librarian Marge Beley. By 1961, Mould was the head librarian and the library was serving 2,700 people. In 1967, the Smithers Centennial Library was built on Alfred Avenue with a grant received from the federal government in recognition of Canada’s 100th birthday. Mould continued to guide the development of the library until her retirement in 1974, including the construction of an addition in 1971. Today, the library remains at its location on Alfred Avenue and continues to serve the Smithers community. Wendy Wright became Library Director in 2014.
Scope and Content
Fonds includes the meeting minutes of the Library Board from 1954 to 1979, various textual records from the early 2000s, and ephemera from Library events or events in which the Library was a participant.
Arrangement
Fonds has been arranged into two series: Library Board and Event Ephemera.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
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Bulkley Valley Museum fonds

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Date Range
1961-2017
Collection
Bulkley Valley Museum fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
moving image
architectural drawing
sound recording
Scope and Content
This fonds contains material created and used by the Bulkley Valley Museum during the course of its day-to-day activities, from the time of its inception as a historical society in the early 1960s up to and including the present. These are primarily textual records such as meeting minutes, staff re…
Bulkley Valley Museum fonds Fonds No. OF1 Accession No.: 2010.5, 2017.22, 2017.63, 2017.71, 2017.72, 2017.128, 2018.15, 2020.8, 2020.27, 2020.35, 2020.36, 2021.1, 2021.3, 2021.15 Physical Description: 13 boxes of textual and graphic material; 1 box photographs; [] architectural plans; 2
Collection
Bulkley Valley Museum fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
moving image
architectural drawing
sound recording
Creator
Bulkley Valley Museum
Fonds No.
OF1
Accession No.
2010.5
2017.22
2017.63
2017.71
2017.72
2017.128
2018.15
2020.8
2020.27
2020.35
2020.36
2021.1
2021.3
2021.15
Physical Description
13 boxes of textual and graphic material; 1 box photographs; [] architectural plans; 2 videocassettes, 1 CD, [] digital records
Date Range
1961-2017
History / Biographical
The Bulkley Valley Museum (BVM) was founded in large part by Ernest Hann, an early pioneer who amassed a large collection of documents, photographs and artifacts representing local settler history. This became the core collection upon which the Museum was built. The first public displays of artifacts opened in 1967 in the newly-constructed Smithers Public Library. However, it was not until 1971 that the Bulkley Valley Historical & Museum Society was officially incorporated. With space becoming limited in the Library, the Museum was moved in 1974 to the historic Central Park Building, which had once served as Smithers' government building, courthouse, and jail. The Museum first shared a room with the Smithers Art Gallery before receiving its own space. Today the BVM collects, preserves and presents items of historical and cultural significance from Smithers and the Bulkley Valley and is enjoyed by over 5000 people per year.
Custodial History
All items in this fonds were retained by the Museum as internal records following their initial creation and use, and were accessioned and entered into the OF1 fonds upon being found in collections.
Scope and Content
This fonds contains material created and used by the Bulkley Valley Museum during the course of its day-to-day activities, from the time of its inception as a historical society in the early 1960s up to and including the present. These are primarily textual records such as meeting minutes, staff reports, exhibit plans, correspondence, policies, financial documents, curator diaries, guest books, scrapbooks, and membership lists. The fonds also includes photographs, pamphlets, posters, floor plans, 1 CD of oral history recordings, and 2 videocassettes. Furthermore, there is an increasing amount of born-digital material (Word docs, PDFs, images) which have yet to be fully processed into the fonds.
Arrangement
This fonds was first arranged around 2018 by Manda Haligowski and was rearranged in spring 2021 by Holly Peterson. In its current form, the OF1 fonds is divided into nine series: - S1) Office of the Curator - S2) Board of Directors - S3) events and promotions - S4) Old Church - S5) guest books/lists - S6) scrapbooks - S7) maps and plans - S8) photographs - S9) audiovisual materials. Series 1, 2, 3, and 4 have been further subdivided into subseries and/or files; see their Arrangement fields for more details.
Subject Access
Bulkley Valley Museum
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
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Smithers Lions Club fonds

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Date Range
1964-2020
Collection
Smithers Lions Club fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Scope and Content
This fonds contains records created by and relating to the Smithers Lions Club: the original 1964 charter, secretary’s records, meeting minutes, bulletins, five scrapbooks, a photo album of the SLC Railcar, a 50th Anniversary Celebration booklet, and ephemera such as posters, stationery, and a phot…
Collection
Smithers Lions Club fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
Creator
Smithers Lions Club
Fonds No.
AF22
Accession No.
2020.38
Physical Description
61 cm of textual records, 2 posters, 1 photograph, 1 envelope, 1 stationery sheet
Date Range
1964-2020
History / Biographical
Lions Clubs International is a global non-political community service organization originally established in Chicago in 1917. The Smithers chapter of the Club was founded on February 24th 1964 with the sponsorship of the Terrace and Kitimat Lions Clubs. It received its official charter from Lions International on April 11th 1964. The newly-formed Club had 27 charter members and was headed by Harvey MacKirdy as president, Geof Wright and Andy Stalker as vice-presidents, Nick Shaigec as Secretary, and Ed Good as Treasurer. As with all Lions Clubs, it was initially male-only; the first female member, Tracy Rice, joined in 1993. The Smithers Lions Club determined and met community needs, awarded bursaries to high school students, provided children’s activities such as Jam Pail Curling, and raised funds for hospital equipment, recreational facilities, and other causes. In the 1970s the Lions were responsible for the purchase and transportation of a CNR railcar, which served for a time as a Tourist Information Centre and currently (as of October 2020) hosts the 93.9 CICK Radio. The Club also owned the Smithers Lions Den at the Fall Fair grounds. The Smithers Lions Club dissolved in 2020 due to an aging and dwindling membership, having served the community for 56 years. For a list of Smithers Lions Club presidents, see Finding Aid.
Custodial History
Items in this fonds were donated to the Museum by the Smithers Lions Club on October 1st 2020 due to the dissolution of the organization.
Scope and Content
This fonds contains records created by and relating to the Smithers Lions Club: the original 1964 charter, secretary’s records, meeting minutes, bulletins, five scrapbooks, a photo album of the SLC Railcar, a 50th Anniversary Celebration booklet, and ephemera such as posters, stationery, and a photograph.
Arrangement
The fonds has been arranged into four series, each reflecting the type of records: S1) Administrative, containing documents created through the administrative duties of the SLC leadership; S2) Scrapbooks and Photo Albums containing pictures, newspaper clippings, and similar materials; S3) Bulletins published by the Smithers Lions Club, and S4) Ephemera such as posters, stationery, booklets and photographs.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
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Lake Kathlyn Elementary School

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Date Range
1964-1977, 2001
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
Scope and Content
Series includes 165 photos of Lake Kathlyn Elementary School, its staff, and students, primarily during the 1960s and 1970s. Subjects include children playing outside, making arts and crafts, playing musical instruments, and dressed in historic costumes; class photographs from 1967 to 1977; and 42 …
Collection
School District No. 54 fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
Creator
Lake Kathlyn Elementary School
Fonds No.
GF3
Series No.
SF3
Item No.
P5273-P5280
P5543-P5545
P7734-P7821
P7730-P7750
P7889
Accession No.
2017.2
2005.5
2020.36
Physical Description
165 colour and b&w photographs, 2 floppy discs, 0.2 cm textual records
Date Range
1964-1977, 2001
History / Biographical
Lake Kathlyn Elementary was established in 1960 to accommodate the growing population of Smithers. It taught Kindergarten to Grade Seven to children from as far west as Witset. The school was built on land purchased from Floyd Laughlin and initially had two classrooms teaching Grades 1-5. Grades 6 and 7 were added in 1962. The school expanded throughout the ‘60s to include additional rooms, a covered play area, and a gymnasium. Lake Kathlyn Elementary School was absorbed into Smithers’ boundaries in 1979. On April 12, 2016, the School District 54 Board of Trustees voted to close the Elementary School at the end of June because of the loss of funding initially given for diminished enrollment.
Custodial History
Various; see Finding Aid.
Scope and Content
Series includes 165 photos of Lake Kathlyn Elementary School, its staff, and students, primarily during the 1960s and 1970s. Subjects include children playing outside, making arts and crafts, playing musical instruments, and dressed in historic costumes; class photographs from 1967 to 1977; and 42 unidentified headshots of students and staff members. Other items include a typed page on the history of Lake Kathlyn School, and 3 photos, 2 floppy discs and a short write-up about a Witsuwit’en blanket feast held at Lake Kathlyn School on November 30th 2001.
Geographic Access
Lake Kathlyn, B.C.
Notes
The 42 headshots have not been scanned or given P numbers or database entries as there is no information known about the subjects. They may still be made available to researchers who are interested in them.
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Photographs

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Date Range
1966-2004
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
Scope and Content
Series includes over 1000 photographs, mainly in colour, which appeared in, were taken for, or were submitted to, the Interior News between the 1980s and early 2000s. These include several hundred black-and-white headshots from the 80s and 90s. Series also includes 24 boxes of negatives from the la…
Collection
Interior News fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
graphic material
Creator
Interior News
Fonds No.
BF5
Series No.
S4
Accession No.
2020.6
2020.36
2021.1
Physical Description
1000+ photographs; 24 boxes of negatives
Date Range
1966-2004
Custodial History
Negatives numbered 2020.6 were discovered in binders in the Old Works Yard in April 2020. They were likely part of a large donation from the Interior News which had been received by the museum in 2007. Photographs and negatives numbered 2020.36 and 2021.1 were found in collections while cleaning out Room 6 in the fall/winter of 2020-2021. These photos had either been taken by Interior News reporters or submitted by readers for publication in the paper. They had also likely been donated to the Museum in 2007.
Scope and Content
Series includes over 1000 photographs, mainly in colour, which appeared in, were taken for, or were submitted to, the Interior News between the 1980s and early 2000s. These include several hundred black-and-white headshots from the 80s and 90s. Series also includes 24 boxes of negatives from the late 1960s until the early 2000s.
Arrangement
Most of the items from 2020.36 and 2021.1 were found grouped in individual envelopes based on their subject and the date they appeared in the paper. Others were found in envelopes arranged alphabetically by the surname of the person who submitted the photos. This original order has not been retained, as only a small representative portion of the thousands of photographs originally discovered in Room 6 were kept by the museum, with the rest being returned to their donors or disposed of. The photos are now arranged by their P Numbers, which were assigned based on the order in which they were scanned. Digital photos which were found on CDs have been kept in their original order, though only a small sample have been retained. The physical CDs have been disposed of. The headshots are arranged in alphabetical order by surname (note that these are not always alphabetical within each letter). They have not been scanned or given P Numbers. The negatives are arranged in files according to the year, month, and (sometimes) date in which they appear in the Interior News.
Subject Access
Interior News
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Collection represents only a sample of all the photographs which have appeared in the Interior News.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Town of Smithers

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Date Range
1967-2020
Collection
Town of Smithers fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
cartographic material
architectural drawing
Scope and Content
This series contains documents created by, or for, the Town of Smithers since its incorporation in 1967. These include flyers/pamphlets, newsletters, correspondence, a program for the inaugural meeting of Smithers Town Council, items from Smithers’ 60th and 75th anniversaries (program, letters, gue…
Collection
Town of Smithers fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
graphic material
cartographic material
architectural drawing
Creator
Town of Smithers
Fonds No.
GF4
Series No.
S2
Item No.
P7723-P7733
Accession No.
1983.12
1988.8
1999.239
2012.16
2012.17
2017.22
2017.41
2017.71
2018.2
2018.19
2020.9
2021.12
Physical Description
5.5 cm of textual records, 43 maps/plans, 34 colour photographs
Date Range
1967-2020
History / Biographical
Smithers was officially incorporated as a town in 1967, having been designated as a village since 1921. It remains town status as of 2020. The Town of Smithers is governed by the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Town Council, and is made up of several departments including: the Department of Recreation, Parks, and culture, the Fire Department and Emergency Services, the Prevention and Community Safety Department, the Administration and Human Resources Department, the Works and Operations Department, the Development Services Department, the Finance Department, and the Bylaw Enforcement and Animal Control Department.
Custodial History
This series was created by Holly Peterson in July 2020 as a complement to the pre-existing Corporation of the Village of Smithers fonds, created by Manda Haligowski circa 2016-2018.
Scope and Content
This series contains documents created by, or for, the Town of Smithers since its incorporation in 1967. These include flyers/pamphlets, newsletters, correspondence, a program for the inaugural meeting of Smithers Town Council, items from Smithers’ 60th and 75th anniversaries (program, letters, guestbooks, photographs), Smithers land plots, Central Park Building renovation and Central Park redevelopment plans, and cemetery maps.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Of the photographs, 11 have been assigned P numbers and scanned as a representative sample of the collection, while the remaining 23 have been deliberately left unnumbered and unscanned. They are still available upon request for those interested.
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Bulkley Lodge fonds

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Date Range
1967; 1985-2002
Collection
Bulkley Lodge fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
moving image
graphic material
Scope and Content
Records include 10 VHS tapes of luncheons, dinners, teas, and other events, two guestbooks for the Bulkley Valley pioneers’ and early residents’ open house, and one photograph (P7891) of Lodge employees with fundraiser proceeds.
Collection
Bulkley Lodge fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
moving image
graphic material
Fonds No.
GF8
Accession No.
2006.2
2009.21
2020.36
Physical Description
10 VHS tapes; 4 cm of textual records; 1 photograph
Date Range
1967; 1985-2002
History / Biographical
The Bulkley Lodge is a long-term assisted living facility in Smithers operated by Northern Health Authority. Founded by the Society of Concerned Citizens (incorporated 1973), the Lodge was officially opened on October 12, 1978 by B.C. Health Minister Bob McLelland. In 1982 the Society of Concerned Citizens was renamed the Bulkley Lodge Society in order to better reflect its goals of supporting the facility. Initially taking in personal care and immediate care residents, the Bulkley Lodge was licensed for 7 extended care residents in 1988; this number has since increased. The building underwent significant renovations throughout the late 1980s and 1990s. Today (2020), Bulkley Lodge cares for 70 residents across four units. It offers a central dining and activity room, a main lounge area, a self-serve coffee bar, a hair salon, and an exercise room. Residents are able to enjoy social activities, therapeutic recreation, spiritual programming, occupational therapy, and specialized nail and foot care. Some of the original board members included Bea Quadros, Pat McCammon, Jim and Margaret Goodacre, Ev Glass, Margaret Graham, Marguerite Perry, Mary Baker, Jim Robinson, Mel Burchette, Joe MacDonald, Flo Hidber, Audry Cook, Ron Kilby, Sid Beerda, Bill Bryant, Anna Morris, Johanna Huisman, Doris Stahel, Louise Kratz, Gary Lobley, R. McIntyre, and Florence Oulton.
Custodial History
Records were created by the Bulkley Lodge staff to capture events held by the Lodge for residents.
Scope and Content
Records include 10 VHS tapes of luncheons, dinners, teas, and other events, two guestbooks for the Bulkley Valley pioneers’ and early residents’ open house, and one photograph (P7891) of Lodge employees with fundraiser proceeds.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
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Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds

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Date Range
1970-2015
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
moving image
Scope and Content
This fonds includes textual and graphic records, photographs, and electronic media created and used by the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council during the fulfillment of its mandate. The majority of the material is textual or graphic in nature, including foundational documents (constitution, certi…
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council Fonds Fonds No. AF27 Accession No. 2021.15 Physical Description: ~38 cm textual and graphic material, 2 scrapbooks, 36 photographs, 2 MP4 files Date Range: 1970-2015 Administrative History/Biographical Sketch The Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council (BVCAC
Collection
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
moving image
Creator
Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council
Fonds No.
AF27
Accession No.
2021.15
Physical Description
~38 cm textual and graphic material, 2 scrapbooks, 36 photographs, 2 MP4 files
Date Range
1970-2015
History / Biographical
The Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council (BVCAC) is a Smithers-based organization which promotes awareness of, and access to, the arts for Bulkley Valley residents from Houston to Hazelton. Its work includes funding arts projects, providing bursaries to aspiring artists, and coordinating community events. Council membership includes local artists, musicians, vocalists, dancers, and community organizations. The BVCAC was officially incorporated under the Societies Act in March 1980, although its history dates back to at least the late 1960s.
Custodial History
Items were created and used by the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council during the course of its day-to-day activities. They were retained as internal records until being transferred to the Bulkley Valley Museum on May 19th 2021.
Scope and Content
This fonds includes textual and graphic records, photographs, and electronic media created and used by the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council during the fulfillment of its mandate. The majority of the material is textual or graphic in nature, including foundational documents (constitution, certificate of incorporation, by-laws), policies, reports, financial statements, meeting minutes, agenda books, grant and bursary applications, project proposals, cast lists, pamphlets, and posters. Also included are 36 photographs and two scrapbooks related to children’s concerts in the 1980s-1990s, and a DVD with two short demo videos produced by local filmmaker Taylor Fox in 2009.
Arrangement
This fonds has been arranged into five series, each reflecting a particular function of the BVCAC. Series 1 contains administrative material relating to the incorporation, governance, and management of the BVCAC. Series 2 contains applications for funding made by individual artists and community groups, whether directly to the BVCAC or to other organizations with the support of the BVCAC. Series 3 contains grant applications made by the BVCAC to outside organizations. Series 4 contains bursary applications to the BVCAC. Series 5 contains material related to events, projects, and programs put on by the BVCAC. This arrangement has been imposed by Bulkley Valley Museum staff, but original order has been adhered to as closely as possible.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Bulkley Valley
Type of Record
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Smithers Community Services Association fonds

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Date Range
1976-1977, 1997-[1999], 2004
Collection
Smithers Community Services Association fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
architectural drawing
Scope and Content
This fonds contains material created by or relating to the Smithers Community Services Association and its various programs, including the Northern Training Centre. These include: an invitation, agenda, and letter regarding the restoration of the Smithers CN Station Building by the SCSA in 1997; 3 …
Collection
Smithers Community Services Association fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
graphic material
architectural drawing
Fonds No.
AF24
Accession No.
2012.12
2020.11
2020.35
2020.36
2021.12
Physical Description
0.5 cm of textual records, 15 architectural drawings, 7 photographs
Date Range
1976-1977, 1997-[1999], 2004
History / Biographical
The Smithers Community Services Association (SCSA) is a local non-profit organization which provides a number of community services, including youth programs, parenting courses, English language training, public transit systems, Christmas hampers, a Lifeline service, assistance for people with developmental disabilities, and low-income housing sponsored by BC Housing. It was incorporated on October 25th 1973. The first programs operated by the SCSA included the Northern Training Center, a residential and vocational institute for developmentally-disabled youth; and the Drop-In Center for adolescents. Several programs offered by the SCSA eventually grew into their own separate societies, such as the Northern Society for Domestic Peace, the Smithers Receiving Home Society, and the Smithers Home Support Society. As of 2020, the Smithers Community Services Association provides over 20 programs to the residents of Smithers and its surrounding area. For more detailed information, see Finding Aid.
Custodial History
Items with 2020.12 accession numbers were part of a large anonymous donation of architectural and cartographic materials in March 2012. The items from accession 2020.35 may originally have been from this donation as well. Items with 2020.11 and 2020.35 accession numbers were found in collections in May and August 2020, respectively, and initially added to the Discrete Item collection. Items with 2020.36 accession numbers were found in collections in October 2020, after which a separate Smithers Community Services Association fonds was created and all aforementioned records added to it. Items from 2021.12 were transferred from the Bulkley Valley Museum fonds (OF1) on May 5, 2021.
Scope and Content
This fonds contains material created by or relating to the Smithers Community Services Association and its various programs, including the Northern Training Centre. These include: an invitation, agenda, and letter regarding the restoration of the Smithers CN Station Building by the SCSA in 1997; 3 photographs of SCSA members planting the railway garden at Smithers Station; a proposal by the SCSA to purchase and operate a double-decker bus as a Mobile Youth Centre, circa 1999; records relating to the 2004 Christmas hamper program; and 15 architectural plans for a new dining building at the Northern Training Centre, 1976-1977.
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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