Nanaimo Caledonian Society fonds
 
        Nanaimo Caledonian Society fonds [textual record, graphic material]. -- [ca. 1958-1987].
13 cm of textual records
14 photographs
 
        According to their constitution, the object of the Society was to cultivate and perpetuate the best, noblest and most cherished traditions of the Scottish people and their literature, music and customs, in and around Nanaimo. The Society was formed some time prior to 1958, with some records referencing events as early as 1880. Although the group made some charitable donations through fund raising, their main focus was the organization and facilitation of the Upper Island Highland Games, the Robbie Burns Supper and the St. Andrew's Ball.
        Fonds consists of the records of the activities of the Society. Fonds is arranged in the following series 1. Constitution and Bylaws; 2. Minutes; 3. Correspondence; 4. Financial records; 5. Photographs; 6. Newsletters and 7. Miscellaneous.
        Title based on the contents of the fonds.
        Fonds arranged by Archives staff.
        Series descriptions available.
 
Series 1.
 
        Constitution and Bylaws [textual record]. -- [ca. 1958-1987].
.5 cm of textual record

        Series consists of the constitution and bylaws of the society.
        Title based on the contents of the series.
 
Series 2.
 
        Minutes [textual record]. -- 1958-1987.
6 cm of textual records

        Series consists of the minutes of the society.
        Title based on the contents of the series.
 
Series 3.
 
        Correspondence [textual record]. -- 1961-1985.
2 cm of textual records

        Series consists of correspondence written and received by the society.
        Title based on the contents of the series.