Fonds consists memoirs, photographs, and copies of correspondence associated with the R.W. Large Hospital in Bella Bella.Sin título
Fonds consists of the following series: Vital records (1930-1960); Marine mission records (1919-1948); Committee and institutional records (1897-1958); Financial records and fundraising (1923-1957); Correspondence files (1917-1960); Manuscripts and writings (1919-1951); Published and collected materials (1918-1959); and Photographs (1914-[ca. 1980]).Sin título
Fonds consists of 6 record series: Administrative records (1937-2000); Financial records (1993-2014); Media (1940-2010); Medical procedures and treatment records (1920-1996); Patient files (1904-2007); and Property records (1958-1997). The first accession of R.W. Large Memorial Hospital was received in 2017 and arranged and described by Kelly Rovegno. The majority of the BC Conference Archives holdings relate to early records regarding patients and medical procedures. Fonds also contains Dr. Darby's medical notes.Sin título
Fonds consists of eight record series: Files of the Hospital Administrator (1943-1961); Administrative records (1905-2010); Financial records (2002-2014); Hazelton Children's Home (1967-2004); Media (1915-2009); Patient files (1903-1949); Property records (1905-2015); Annual reports (1978-1993); and Memorabilia and special events (2005-2017).
The first accession of records from Wrinch Memorial Hospital was arranged and described by Sally Easton in 1986. Those consist of the files of the administrator of Wrinch Memorial Hospital and comprise a single alphabetical subject series. These were described in detail at the file level. The date range of these files is from 1935 to 1961, but the bulk of the material includes dates between 1947 and 1952. Most of the files are concerned with financial matters: hospital claims, accounts, etc. Several deal with matters concerning the local Indigenous peoples population. A large number of files concern the B.C. Hospital Insurance Service (inaugurated in 1949), its officials, and its activities. Material in the files includes letters, telegrams, brochures, ledger pages, cheque stubs, photographs, copies of various government documents, and a variety of lists and printed forms. However, the majority of this series consists of correspondence. Most of the files date from the term of Selwyn Simons, who was Administrator from 1947 to 1952. Some material in the files relates to Simons' successor, Paul E. Russell; those items dated 1960-1961 relate to the term of Dr. J. E. Whiting, Medical Superintendent, although his name does not appear on them.
The second accrual of records was arranged and described by Kelly Rovegno in 2017. These records date from 1905-2010, although the predominant range is 1945-2000. This fonds contains files with personal information, which is protected under the law. Such files are identified on the file list; consult the archivist for further information.Sin título
Fonds consists of a single record series: Records relating to United Church hospital properties in British Columbia and Alberta (1921-2004). Properties include R.W. Large Memorial Hospital (Bella Bella, B.C.); Bella Coola General Hospital; Wrinch Memorial Hospital (Hazelton, B.C.); Port Simpson Medical Clinic (Lax Kw'alaams, B.C.); and Archer Memorial Hospital (Lamont, Alberta).Sin título
Collection consists of maps and architectural records of missions of the United Church of Canada and its antecedent denominations, 1885-1971, including: Elisabeth M. Crowe Memorial Cottage Hospital (Eriksdale, Man.); Battle River Mission (Manning, Alta.); Morley Methodist Mission (Alta.); Friendship House (Prince Rupert, B.C.); Hazelton Children's Home (B.C.), Children's Home (Lachine, Quebec) and Institut Francais (Pointe aux Trembles, Que.).Sin título
Fonds consists of slides collected and made as a result of Mrs. Loveys position as Home Mission Executive Secretary of the Women's Missionary Society. Slides show images of many mission institutions as well as a few personal slides. Image subjects/places include: Little Bay Islands [Newfoundland and Labrador], Bingham Memorial Hospital, Cold Lake, John Neil Hospital, Bonnyville, Bonnyville Girls Home, Bonnyville Boys' Home, Eriksdale: Elizabeth M Crowe Hospital, Eriksdale Residence, Bissell Church; Gypsumville Church, Deadwood Church, Marning Church, Catherine H. Prettie Hospital, Explorers '53 and photos of Mrs. Loveys.Sin título
Fonds consists of 12 record series: Bella Coola Hospital founding Committee minutes (1908-1948); Board policy records (1972-1985); Minutes and reports of the Board of Directors (1939-1997); Bella Coola and District Transitional Health Authority (1998-2001); Minutes and reports of the new Board of Directors (2002-2010); Committees of the Board (1972-1995); Administrative records (1941-2014, predominant 1973-1997); Financial records (1970-2013); General Hospital and Bella Coola community reports (1998-2010); Media (1950-2008); Property and building records (1995-1998); and Third Bella Coola General Hospital (1978-1981). The first accession of records was arranged and described in 1997 by Alaric Posey. These records consist of early Board meeting minutes, reports, and policies. These were described at the series level. The second accrual of records was arranged and described by Kelly Rovegno in 2017. These records date from 1908-2014, although the predominant range is 1970-2005. Records include Board meeting minutes and reports from the Board of Directors, various committees, the Bella Coola and District Transitional Health Authority, and documents relating to the administration and finances of the Hospital, mostly from 1970s onward. In addition, there is a considerable amount of records relating to the construction and opening of the third Bella Coola General Hospital.Sin título
Fonds consists of minutes of the Society for 1930-1944, including annual reports of the hospital, financial statements, and some correspondence.Sin título