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1985-1986 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1985-86 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1964-1965 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Canadian Services College Royal Roads in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1964-65 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1980-1981 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1980-81 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1970-1971 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1970-71 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

Crimson Paradise Brochure

  • CA RRU 025-002-2-1
  • Item
  • 1933
  • Part of K. McCann

The Crimson Paradise was a film by Kenneth Bishop. It was filmed in part at Hatley Park and the production was financially supported by Kathleen (Dunsmuir) Humphreys. Filming for the Crimson Paradise began in October 1933 and it opened in theatres just six weeks later, billed as Canada’s first all talking motion picture. Unfortunately, the film was reviewed as a 'real turkey' by the manager of Victoria's Capitol Theatre, where it premiered late at night and only ran for three days. The brochure was created for people attending the premier performance. The centre pages are signed 'To Agnes' in ink by the producer, Kenneth Bishop and the main stars, Lucille Brown and Nick Stuart, as well as Kathleen Dunsmuir. An ink spill visible on most of the pages is attributed to Nick Stuart's pen.

1979-1980 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1979-80 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1965-1966 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Canadian Services College Royal Roads in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1965-66 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1971-1972 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1971-72 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

1986-1987 photo album

This album is a series of photographs taken of military officer cadets at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, BC, Canada. From arrival in the fall until graduation in late spring, this 1986-87 album tells the story of the academic year in photographs.

Maynard Auction Catalogue

  • CA RRU 025-002-2-2
  • Item
  • 1939
  • Part of K. McCann

Upon Laura Dunsmuir’s death in 1937, she left instructions in her will that the estate and all its contents were to be sold. This was a long and difficult process and the estate was managed in the meantime by a skeleton staff of about 10 people. There was a monthly transfer of $1500 from the estate of Laura Dunsmuir to cover the cost of running Hatley Park. In late May 1939, King George the VI and Queen Elizabeth visited Vancouver and Victoria on the western leg of their cross-Canada tour. They spent a full afternoon at Hatley Park and picnicked on the property. In the following days, June 1-5, a week-long auction for the contents of the house was held and most of the contents were sold off at bargain prices. The catalogue cost 25c to purchase and included admission to the auction held onsite at Hatley Park. Many locals took the opportunity to come and tour the property for the first time rather than make purchases in the auction.

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