One printed leaf on paper with glossed text. Gloss on verso encircles text proper. Sections marked by red and blue initials. Page numbers XXVII and DI in red. 285 x 427 mm. Circa 1500. Purchased by Molly Ungar in Paris.
One manuscript leaf on parchment. Eight lines or music on recto, ten lines of music on verso. Staff lines and first letters are in red. On recto is hymn “Quemque pastores vigils adorant,” followed by Angelus, which continues to verso. Second unidentified hymn on verso. 285 x 432 mm. Circa 1500. Purchased by Molly Ungar in Paris.
The collection consists of clippings, typescript stories, historical documents re No. 225 Squadron RAF during World War II. Includes typescripts of short stories by Bryan P. Colston, D.F.C. and a typescript by Lt. Col. D.J. Burke, MC.
The collection consists of 70 photographic images [71 prints--2 copies of one image] representing the career achievements of Dr. Ted Grant and prepared for a three-month exhibit of his work at the Leica Gallery in New York in the spring of 2014. The exhibit, "Ted Grant: Sixty Years of Legendary Photojournalism," was inspired by a book the same title [sc TR140 G73F39 2013] written by Thelma Fayle and published by Heritage House Publishing in 2013.
Collection consists of photographs created from different processes between the 1870s - 1920s. The older photographs are mostly unidentified portraits with the more recent photographs including scenery and landscapes. Some of the locations photographed are identifiable and include Niagara Falls, Kamloops, Hamilton Ontario, Duluth Minnesota, the Steamer United Empire, and Del Rio Orchard Oregon
The collection consists of plans and specifications re alterations made to the James Foreman house, 1000 Terrace Avenue, Victoria BC, designed by Samuel Maclure. The accrual also includes original house specifications.
Item is an album consisting of 39 photographs, mostly gem tintypes. Images are of men, women, and children, some of the men and women are wearing hats. The last page of the album is inscribed with E.J. Roset 1870.
Portrait of a man, a child, and a woman. The man and woman are sitting while the child stands. Photograph was likely taken between 1839 - 1860 based on the usage of the daguerreotype photographic process and the hair and clothing style of the people in the photograph.
The collection consists of film reels and videocassettes featuring artists Maxwell Bates, Ricki Ciccimarra, Leon Erickson, Jan and Helga Grove, Elza Mayhew, Myfanwy Pavelic, and Godfrey Stevens. The collection also includes footage from the 1983 film "Ninstints" about the 1957 removal and preservation of totem poles from Anthony Island in the Queen Charlottes.