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The Bulkley Booster fonds

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Date Range
1923-1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
The fonds contains all seven issues published by the Bulkley Booster.
The Bulkley Booster fonds Fonds No. BF3 Physical Description: 2.5cm of textual record Date Range: 1923-1924 Administrative History/Biographical Sketch The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering school life and social activities from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
textual record
Creator
The Bulkley Booster
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
2.5 cm of textual records
Date Range
1923-1924
Publication
Topley, B.C.: The Bulkley Booster Publication Committee
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
The fonds contains all seven issues published by the Bulkley Booster.
Arrangement
Records were rearranged intellectually in October 2016 by Manda Haligowski to better reflect archival standards and to improve accessibility.
Type of Record
Archival Description

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The Bulkley Booster Supplement

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Date Range
1923-1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
"The Folly of Taking Offence", "Monthly Lantern Talks", Houston briefs, Golden Keys, "The Quitter", "Things That Count".
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
1923-1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
"The Folly of Taking Offence", "Monthly Lantern Talks", Houston briefs, Golden Keys, "The Quitter", "Things That Count".
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 1

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Date Range
November 1923
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
Rose Lake social club, Houston school Hallowe'en party, goodbye party for Houston women, The Houston Club, telephone installed in Topley post office, Chester Covington axe injury, "Our Bow", special Christmas issue, Houston Fall Fair, school section, church section, home section, upcoming events.
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
November 1923
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
Rose Lake social club, Houston school Hallowe'en party, goodbye party for Houston women, The Houston Club, telephone installed in Topley post office, Chester Covington axe injury, "Our Bow", special Christmas issue, Houston Fall Fair, school section, church section, home section, upcoming events.
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 1

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 2

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Date Range
December 1923
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
Pioneer Christmas, "Our Christmas Number", Christmas pie, "The Home Days", home section, social notes, church section, school section, Owen Lake mining, annual hospital dance, upcoming events, Houston Fall Fair association meeting.
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
December 1923
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
Pioneer Christmas, "Our Christmas Number", Christmas pie, "The Home Days", home section, social notes, church section, school section, Owen Lake mining, annual hospital dance, upcoming events, Houston Fall Fair association meeting.
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 2

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 3

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Date Range
January 1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
Bulkley's first farm machinery, Capt. J. S. Wilson school appointment, traffic in Topley, "Song of the Bulkley Home Makers", "Optimism", North Bulkley school concert, Golden Keys establish hospital, church section, home section, school section, five years of South Bulkley Farmers' Institute, Topley…
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
January 1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
Bulkley's first farm machinery, Capt. J. S. Wilson school appointment, traffic in Topley, "Song of the Bulkley Home Makers", "Optimism", North Bulkley school concert, Golden Keys establish hospital, church section, home section, school section, five years of South Bulkley Farmers' Institute, Topley community piano, the Trail Rangers, supplement (earthquake, Houston provincial party).
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 3

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 4

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Date Range
February 1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
"Bulkley Boosterisms", "How to take medicine", play production ("Ici On Parle Francais"), jokes, letter to the editor, Houston Golden Keys, Topley Pioneers Group elect officers, church section, home section, social notes, "My St. Valentine's Day", Topley Young People's Society.
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
February 1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
"Bulkley Boosterisms", "How to take medicine", play production ("Ici On Parle Francais"), jokes, letter to the editor, Houston Golden Keys, Topley Pioneers Group elect officers, church section, home section, social notes, "My St. Valentine's Day", Topley Young People's Society.
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 4

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 5

https://search.bvmuseum.org/link/descriptions10051
Date Range
March 1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
Topley Progressive Club, tie-maker's dance, new Perow school opens, Bulkley Booster staff puts on play, traffic in Topley, repairs at North Bulkley School, letter to the editor, school section, home section, looking to future, church section.
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
March 1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
Topley Progressive Club, tie-maker's dance, new Perow school opens, Bulkley Booster staff puts on play, traffic in Topley, repairs at North Bulkley School, letter to the editor, school section, home section, looking to future, church section.
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 5

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 6

https://search.bvmuseum.org/link/descriptions10052
Date Range
April 1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
"The Booster Way", Easter and religion, reader appreciation, "Ici On Parle Francais" play, "How to Laugh", Radio Twins, "Roosevelt on Doers vs. Critics", little Bulkley Boosters, "It Isn't Your Town - It's You", school section, church section, home section.
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
April 1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
"The Booster Way", Easter and religion, reader appreciation, "Ici On Parle Francais" play, "How to Laugh", Radio Twins, "Roosevelt on Doers vs. Critics", little Bulkley Boosters, "It Isn't Your Town - It's You", school section, church section, home section.
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 6

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The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 7

https://search.bvmuseum.org/link/descriptions10053
Date Range
May 1924
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Scope and Content
Editorial valedictory, "Reminisces of a Bulkleyite", school photos, Bulkley Booster staff photo, tie industry at Perow, fur industry, "Canadian Girls in Training and Girls of the Topley Golden Keys", Houston children write briefs, "An Appreciation", "Vulgar infractions".
Collection
The Bulkley Booster fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
textual record
newspaper
Fonds No.
BF3
Accession No.
1978.6
Physical Description
1 cm textual records
Date Range
May 1924
History / Biographical
The Booster Bulkley was published monthly, covering social activities and school life from Rose Lake to Barrett. The first issue was published on November 22, 1923. The original editorial committee consisted of representatives from different districts of the Bulkley Valley: community leader Reverend L. Clinton Johnson (Convener), and schoolteachers Miss E.G. Stratton (Houston), Miss R.O. Stewart (North Bulkley), J. Ronald Todd (Topley), Frank Rendle (Forestdale) and Miss G. Keith (Rose Lake). The Interior News of July 30th 1924 reported that “The popular young pastor and the school teachers … undertook the publishing of a community newspaper, which … carried the boosting beyond the name and each month breathed optimism.” In spring 1924, the Booster staff also held a series of concerts/dances throughout the District, appearing at Topley, Houston, Forestdale and Decker Lake. The Booster had a short run, with only seven issues ever published, but reportedly enjoyed great success among its audience. Proceeds from sales of the paper were used to start a school library in Houston.
Scope and Content
Editorial valedictory, "Reminisces of a Bulkleyite", school photos, Bulkley Booster staff photo, tie industry at Perow, fur industry, "Canadian Girls in Training and Girls of the Topley Golden Keys", Houston children write briefs, "An Appreciation", "Vulgar infractions".
Subject Access
The Bulkley Booster
Type of Record
Archival Description

Documents

The Bulkley Booster Vol. 1 No. 7

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