UBC's Rare Books & Special Collections Library has a wealth of materials related to the history of forests and forestry in British Columbia. This Research Guide has been organised to represent our holdings of records from forestry companies, individuals connected to forests and forestry, and organisations concerned with forests and forestry in British Columbia. We hope that this guide may provide an introduction to the complex and critical histories of and between forests and the peoples of British Columbia. From union records, to personal photograph albums to ledgers recording forested lands, materials described in this Research Guide offer documentary evidence of the many histories of British Columbia's forests. Forest history remains a major collecting area for RBSC, and while we have many resources on forests and forest history, we are always seeking more, particularly from perspectives documenting Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, and other marginalized, equity seeking groups. If you have materials you would like us to consider, please contact Claire Williams, RBSC Forestry Archivist at [firstname.lastname@example.org] or Krisztina Laszlo, RBSC Archivist at [email@example.com].
[Unknown]. “Kew Garden’s Flagpole Felled by MacMillan Bloedel, Copper Canyon Division.” P. N.p., 1958. Original Format: University of British Columbia. Library. Rare Books and Special Collections. MacMillan Bloedel Limited fonds. RBSC-ARC-1343-BC-1930-165-1-2-4-6. <https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/macmillan/items/1.0349611>. MacMillan Bloedel Limited Fonds.