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British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society

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Dates
1911-1940
Format
microfilm
Dates
1911-1940
Format
microfilm
Extent
5 reels
Exposure
negative
Dimensions
16 mm
Biographical Sketch
Founded in 1910, the British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society grew out of the earlier New Westminster and Kootenay Missionary Association, informally founded in 1879 by the Rt. Rev. A.W. Sillitoe, first Bishop of New Westminster. The association was continued by the second bishop, the Rt. Rev. John Dart and was formally established in 1902. In 1910, it became the British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society. Rev. Jocelyn Perkins, minor canon and sacrist of Westminster Abbey, was secretary for most of the society's life. Special interests of the society were the episcopal endowments of New Westminster, Kootenay and Cariboo dioceses, the provincial theological college, the Columbia Coast Mission and the Provincial Board of Missions. The society was disbanded in 1965.
Scope and Content
Microfilm consists of letter books of the Rev. Canon Jocelyn H.T. Perkins (1870-1962), General Secretary of the BC and Yukon Church Aid Society (1910-1965) and minutes of various committees, including the Executive Committee for the BC&Yukon Church Aid Society (BC&Y.C.A.S.).
Reel 1 - Letterbooks, Vol. 1-6
Reel 2 - Letterbooks, Vol. 6-11
Reel 3 - Letterbooks, Vol. 12-18
Reel 4 - Letterbooks, Vol. 18-25; Minutes of various committees
Reel 5 - Minutes, Executive Committee of the BC&Y.C.A.S.
Finding Aids
Finding aid available. See Microfilm collections - British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society
Related Fonds
British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society fonds
Personal Name
Perkins, Jocelyn H.T. (Henry Temple), 1870-1962
Corporate Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Cariboo
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Kootenay
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of New Westminster
Anglican Theological College (Vancouver, BC)
Columbian Coast Mission
New Westminster and Kootenay Missionary Association
Vancouver School of Theology
Subject
Anglican Church of Canada. Church Societies
Missionary societies
Geographic Name
British Columbia
Originals and Reproductions
Originals are held at the B.C. Provincial Synod Archives
Accession Number
Mf 83-3
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British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society fonds. - 1907, 1916, 1922

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Main Entry
British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
4 items.
Fonds Number
148
Fonds
British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
4 items.
Administrative History
Founded in 1910, the British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society grew out of the earlier New Westminster and Kootenay Missionary Association, informally founded in 1879 by the Rt. Rev. A.W. Sillitoe, first Bishop of New Westminster. The association was continued by the second bishop, the Rt. Rev. John Dart and was formally established in 1902. In 1910, it became the British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society. Rev. Jocelyn Perkins, minor canon and sacrist of Westminster Abbey, was secretary for most of the society's life. Special interests of the society were the episcopal endowments of New Westminster, Kootenay and Cariboo dioceses, the provincial theological college, the Columbia Coast Mission and the Provincial Board of Missions. The society was disbanded in 1965.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of printed material including informational pamphlets and Annual reports.
Main Entry
British Columbia and Yukon Church Aid Society.
Corporate Name
New Westminster and Kootenay Missionary Association.
Accession Number
M75-20
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Emily Cowall fonds. - 2005, 2006

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Main Entry
Cowall, Emily
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Fonds Number
290
Fonds
Emily Cowall fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Administrative History
Emily Cowall Farrell is a medical historian.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of two articles 1. The work we have done: relationship, investment and contribution The Inuit workers of St. Luke's Hospital, Pannirtuuq, 1930-1972. Prepared by Emily E.S. Cowall Farrell and Meeka Alivaktuk. (2005), 15 p.
2. Take your medicine: the knowledge of resourcefulness : Inuit, nurse missionaries, medical doctors and sanitary science (2006) 45 p.
Related Fonds
Diocese of the Arctic fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Main Entry
Cowall, Emily
Corporate Name
St. Luke's Hospital, Pangnirtung, NWT
Subjects
Missionaries - Canada, northern
Accession Number
M2005-03
M2006-10
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