Marcia Galloway fonds
        Marcia Galloway fonds [textual record, graphic material]. -- 1886-1999 intermittent.
3 cm of textual records
108 photographs
        Marcia Galloway was born on August 19,1918 to Godwin Odin Carlson (known as Goody Anderson) and Hannah Carlson (nee Coundley). Consequently, Marcia grew up as Marcia Anders on. The family lived for some time on a float house in Commercial Inlet. Anderson's mother operated the Reliable Boathouse (also known as Anderson's). The business rented canoes and row-boats, and ran ferries to Newcastle, Protection and Gabriola Islands. The business also included some camp houses, a store and a dance hall on property on Protection Island known as Happyland. Marcia attended Middle Ward, North Ward, Quennell and John Shaw schools. In 1931, Marcia was crowned May Queen. In 1939, Marcia married Thomas Galloway (of Galloway's Meat Market). They had four children: Glendon Earl (Glen) Galloway, who started the Nanaimo Bathtub Races, Randa Menzies, Patricia Martin, and Marcia Lott. Marcia Galloway has been a member of the Hospice Society, Historical Society, Toastmistress Club, Bowen Park Seniors, and the Ladies Golf Club. Marcia and a friend organized the first Mid-Island Golf Tournament in 1947. Galloway died around 2002.
        Fonds consists of material created or collected by Marcia Galloway. Fonds is arranged in the following series: 1) Photographs; 2) Correspondence and 3) Memorabilia.
        Title based on the contents of the fonds.
        Series descriptions available.
        Item level descriptions of select photographs available.
        Galloway's annotated memoir has been catalogued and is located in the Reference Section.
Series 1.
        Photographs [graphic material]. -- [ca. 1910-2000].
108 photographs

        Series consists of photographs taken or collected by Marcia Galloway. Includes images of family members, Lasqueti Island, Commercial Inlet, Protection Island, Happyland Cameron Island and assorted other topics.
        Title based on the contents of the series.
        Item level descriptions of select photographs available.
Series 2.
        Correspondence [textual record].
.5 cm of textual records
        Series consists of correspondence, greeting cards and invitations.
        Title based on the contents of the series.
Series 3.
        Memorabilia [textual record].
1 cm of textual records

        Series consists of clippings, notes, certificates and diplomas.
        Title based on the contents of the series.