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This collection contains digitized material from the Anarchist Archive. Items in this collection...
41 02/10/2020
These maps, from the National Archives of the UK, primarily span the dates 1846 - 1876 and show...
248 07/23/2020
This collection includes material from the period 1588-1799.
3 09/10/2020
Else Lübcke Seel (1894-1974) Else Lübcke Seel was born in 1894 in Schivelbein, Pomerania....
2 03/22/2021
The Food Not Bombs collection contains digitized material from the Food Not Bombs archival fonds...
38 11/27/2019
This collection includes a selection of early Victoria and Vancouver Island maps, books,...
57 07/31/2020
This selection of material from the University of Victoria Libraries' collection has been...
12 10/09/2020
This collection was drawn from the local history holdings of the Greater Victoria Public...
17 12/17/2020
Herbert Geddes was a manager for G.R. Gregg and Company, importers and exporters, in Vancouver...
99 07/05/2019
The Hudson's Bay Company had the exclusive right to trade with First Nations in what is now...
101 01/31/2020

Recent Works

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2021-03-31
2021-03-31
Karl Spreitz with two unidentified men, standing on dock, filming a log drive in Cowichan Bay.
2021-03-19
Karl and artist Godfrey Stephens stand beneath Stephens' sculpture, Weeping Cedar Woman.
2021-03-19
Flag is composed of blue rectangle on left, white rectangle on top-right, and red rectangle on...
2021-03-19
Karl Spreitz faces the camera with 16 mm camera on shoulder. There are two men on either side of...
2021-03-19
Print of painting of Richard Ciccimarra, head, facing left. Most of the portrait is in darkness,...
2021-03-19
Karl Spreitz films outwards from inside a boxcar, one man standing next to him.
2021-03-19
Karl Spreitz poses with two friends and a ball, on a field in Austria. The image verso indicates...
2021-03-19
Karl Spreitz speaks on the phone from a BCTEL phonebooth. The verso reads "Perfect!"
2021-03-19