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Letter to Minister of Public Works from J. Wilkinson, Squamish Board of Trade RE: Government Wharf Repairs
Description
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Correspondence
Description
A letter of correspondence to the Minister of Public works, calling to attention the state of the wharf as being out of commission. It's inability to land passengers, and or freight, brings to attention the seriousness of the situation and is calling for action.
Notes
At this point of time, noting from the top part of the letter, the Headquarters for the Board of Trade at this point of time, seems to be located within Hotel Squamish.
Date of Original
May 1927
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Mr. Worsfold, J. Wilkinson
Corporate Name(s)
Union Steam Ship Company
Collection
Digitization of the Squamish Board of Trade Correspondence Documents from 1926 to 1963
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.42094 Longitude: -75.69029
  • British Columbia, Canada
    Latitude: 49.74967 Longitude: -123.13597
Donor
Squamish Chamber of Commerce
Copyright Statement
All image copies are provided for research and private study use only. If researchers intend to publish, display, or exhibit these images in any public manner (including web display), we ask that you first receive permission from the Squamish Public Library and acknowledge us as the source.
Contact
Squamish Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
37907 2nd Avenue
Box 1039
Squamish, BC V8B0A7
604-892-3110
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Letter to Minister of Public Works from J. Wilkinson, Squamish Board of Trade RE: Government Wharf Repairs


A letter of correspondence to the Minister of Public works, calling to attention the state of the wharf as being out of commission. It's inability to land passengers, and or freight, brings to attention the seriousness of the situation and is calling for action.