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a) An orange magazine called the "CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL". The magazine is from "September 1933". The magazine is "Part 21 (8th Series)". There is a women holding a paint pallet on the right and a child on the left. The border has fancy designs of half circles. b) An orange magazine called the "CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL". The magazine is from "June 1934.". It is from the "Part 30 (8th series)". There is a women holding a paint pallet on the right and a child on the left. The border has fancy designs of half circles. Wendy Ireland found this in her wall while doing renovations to her house, which used to be owned by the Gimse family.

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017.10.04ab

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Magazines

Magazines

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These are a group of magazines donated by the Pemberton & District Public Library. a) "Patterns of Growth - British Columbia Railway" by Pacific Great Eastern, publication date 1983?, b) "Wagon Road North - the story of the Cariboo Gold Rush in Historical Photos" by Art Downs, published 1960, Northwest Digest Ltd. Box 1238, Quesnel B.C., autographed by author, c) "Wagon Road North - historic photographs from the 1863 of the Cariboo Gold Rush by Art Downs, published 1969, Foremast Publishing Company, Surrey B.C. d) "Paddlewheeler on the Frontier - Vol. 1" by Art Downs, published 1967-1971, Foremast Publishing Co. Ltd. Surrey B.C., e) "Paddlewheels on the Frontier - Vol. 2" by Art downs, published 1971, Foremost Publishing, Surrey B.C.

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016.07.01abcde

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Magazines

Magazines

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These are 13 editions of the "People in Landscape" magazine. It was an educational series transcript. On the back it reads Äural History Provincial Archives of British Columbia, Victoria, B.C." They were lithographed in Canada by K.M. Mcdonald , Queen's Printer, in Victoria B.C. Issues include 1977-1 - 2477-1

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016.04.01

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Magazines

Magazines

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These are 11 editions of the magazine "Canadian West." These magazines were published by "Sunfire Publications Ltd," in Langley, BC. The magazine was established in 1985, we have issues #7- #16 dating from 1987 to 1989 and have two copies of #7

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016.04.02

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Magazines

Magazines

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These are 29 issues of the "Canada West" magazine dated from the winter of 1969 until fall of 1982. There are four issues per year (winter, spring, summer, fall) except for 1974 (Only winter) and 1982 (summer and fall). There is also no 1973 issues. The magazines were written, researched and published by N.L. Barlee.

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016.04.03

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Magazines

Magazines

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These are two copies of the "Canada Illustrated" magazine, volume 1 number 1 and volume 1 number 2. The magazine was published by Canada West publications with N.L. Barlee. They are from 1973

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016..04.05ab

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"Fragments from All the Fronts" magazine

"Fragments from All the Fronts" magazine

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A magazine that belonged to H. Wyatt Purden. It was saved by Betty Cherry who gave it to May Walker to give it to the museum. Titled "The Bystander's Fragments from All the Fronts - Number 6" by Bruce Bairnsfather. Published by The Bystander, Tallis House, Whitefriars, E.C. 4, 190. Strand. London. W.C. 2. The magazine has inscription "Love Gwen" in ink on the cover. It is the sixth issue of a collection of cartoons called "Fragments from France" by official war cartoonist for the British and American armies, Bruce Bairnsfather. The cartoons were originally printed in The Bystander magazine The cartoons are of soldier named Old Bruce in the British army during WWI, the sixth issue focuses on the French, Italian, and American sides. The magazine was published in 1918.

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017.09.01

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Work Magazine

Work Magazine

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A magazine that belonged to H. Wyatt Purden. It was saved by Betty Cherry who gave it to May Walker to give it to the museum. Titled "Work - the Illustrated Journal of Handicrafts", Part 341, September 1917. Some damage along the bottom - chewed by rodents.

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017.09.02

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