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British Columbia Historical Photographs Online

British Columbia Historical Photographs Online contains annotated links to

mounted on archival web sites in British Columbia.

Online Photograph Databases

Provides an online photograph database for historical images of the Alberni Valley.

Provides an online photograph database for historical images of the Bella Coola Valley.

British Columbia Archives (Royal BC Museum) -- Visual Records Online

Provides access to a searchable multi-media collection related to the first fifty years of Aircraft Maintenance Training.

The BCIT Archives holds approximately 250,000 photographic images on film, dating from the founding of the Institute to the present day. They present a visual record of BCIT's growth and development, our relationships with industry and the community, images of student life, and campus events since our founding in 1964.

Out of the City Archives photograph collection of 100,000+ images from 1880 to 2005, more than 7,000 have been scanned and published online. Among the many topics are: farming and fishing, Richmond's bridges, schools, aerial photographs, and citizens from 1880 to the present.

The Archives photograph holdings are comprised of more than one million images from private-sector and public-sector records. Approximately 80,000 images described at the item level are available for public reference in the Archives' Reference Room. Roughly 72,000 item-level descriptions are available in the database and of these, about 58,000 have scanned images linked to the description. Photographs depict subjects relating to Vancouver's history, government and culture from the 1860s to the 2000s.

The Archives Collection database includes over 3,600 digitized historical photographs integrated with the catalog record.

Provides an online photograph database for historical images of Vernon and area in the holdings of the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives.

Online database of the City of Burnaby's collections of photographs, artifacts, textual records and heritage landmarks.

Provides an online database of nearly 5,000 historical photographs in the holdings of the Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre.

Provides an online database of the Library's historical photograph collection.

Integrated database of archival holdings includes descriptions and scanned images from the 45,000 historic photographs of North Vancouver and area preserved in the Archives Collection.

The Photo Archives is a database searchable by keyword and date ranges between 1900 and 2012.

This site provides an overview of digital collections created and maintained by the University of British Columbia Library, including the holdings of UBC Library's Rare Books and Special Collections and the University Archives, as well as various other branches of UBC Library.

The database provides access to images from the University of Victoria Archives historical photograph collection, most depicting persons, events and facilities at the University of Victoria and its predecessor body, Victoria College.

The collection was established by Ron D'Altroy in the early 1960s. Over time, the number of photographs housed in the Special Collections Division has increased through the acquisition of a number of major collections, some of which have been digitized and made available through an online Historical Photographs database. Several of the collections are also accessible through thematic digital collections.

This online database contains 200 historical images from the Wells Archives (Wells Historical Society) depicting people, activity, industry and scenes around Wells and Barkerville.

Searchable database includes more than 2,000 scanned historic photographs and documents.

"'A Moment in Time', A Collection of Henry Twidle's Photographs" is a virtual exhibit incorporating photographs from the archival holdings of the Museum at Campbell River taken by Henry Twidle at the beginning of the 20th century. Photographs include logging camps, commercial fishing boats and canneries, and pioneer settlements and settlers. Pacific Coast Salmon Fisheries was an earlier online gallery of historical photographs depicting fishing technology and techniques from First Nations to the present day.

The Online Exhibits section of the Museum includes historical photographs of Chilliwack and area.

The City of Victoria Archives provides rotating online photograph gallieries, such as the Victoria 150 Archival Photos tribute to Victoria's 150th anniversary in 2012.

Archival photographs of Comox and area are featured in topical pages about the community's history.

Online exhibit ("Snapshots from the Past") of historical photographs organized by theme documenting the history of Enderby and surrounding areas.

Several Online Exhibits document the history of Prince George and the surrounding region, including two exhibits that examine the lives and work of two photoraphers: the J. Simonson Photographic Collection presents images taken by Jacob Simonson, depicting scenes, activities and people in the Fort George (Prince George) area of Central British Columbia in the early part of the 20th century; the Wally West Collection features the work of Prince George commercial photographer W.D. West who established his studio in 1946.

Thanks to a digitization project completed in 2016, The First Met Archives (Victoria, BC) now has over 550 historic photographs available via Flickr.

Several examples of collections include historical photographs.

The Project History is an illustrated history of the development of the smelter and town of Kitimat and of the Kitimat-Kemano Project.

The LeMay Lane Photos exhibit features over 2500 of early photos of Powell River taken by Rod LeMay and Maud Lane.

Gallery provides sample images of historical photographs from the archives' holdings depicting scenes of Prince Rupert and area.

Gallery provides samples of historical images from the archives' photograph holdings.

The Our Collections sections contains links to many examples of historical photographs of Salt Spring Island from a variety of collections in the archives' holdings.

Gallery contains historical photographs of Silverton and New Denver from the archives' holdings.

Some of Touchstones Nelson's digitization activities relating to its photographs holdings include


  • Touchstones Nelson's Flickr Photostream contains digitized nitrate negatives, including photographs by J. H. Allen, Geo. A. Meeres, and J. D. Spurway
  • Changes Upstream - the Photographs of Stanley G. Triggs offers over 200 photographs taken by Triggs between 1969 and 1972 as he visually documented the impact of the Libby Dam's construction in Montana on the Kootenay River in BC.
  • Landscape Lost: Forestry and Life in the Duncan River Valley, an online exhibit featuring hundreds of photographs taken by Bob Wallace of the Upper Duncan River Valley, Bear Lookout, Howser and Lardeau from 1942 to 1952.

The Photo Gallery features images grouped into 27 themed collections depicting scenes of Trail from ca. 1896 to the early 1990s. The gallery is also searchable by keyword and topic.

The Virtual Exhibit (Photogallery) features images depicting the history of the United Church of Canada's Marine Missions on the Central Coast of British Columbia and Japanese Missions in BC.

In addition to its comprehensive online photograph database, UBC Archives has now begun to add photograph galleries to inventories of fonds and collections in its holdings. Included are: the Gavin Dirom Photo Gallery and the George Van Wilby Photo Gallery.

As a part of a major online exhibition documenting the history of the various Chinatowns in Nanaimo, site provides searchable, online access to related historical photographs from the holdings of the Nanaimo Community Archives.

Digital collections available online include the:

The Community Memories section contains over 50 online exhibits from British Columbia, most of which utilize historical photographs from archival collections. The Image Gallery section showcases thousands of artefacts, photos, paintings and objects from Canadian museums.

The Photo Gallery contains several thematic collections offering a variety of historical photographs documenting the development of the Whistler community and surrounding region. Two online exhibits are devoted to the Pioneer Photographs from the Myrtle Phillip Collection and The History of Olympic Bids.

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Keynote speaker is Fazil Mihlar, B.C. Deputy Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology.

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