51.3 | Fall 2018 British Columbia History
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The Fall 2018 issue of British Columbia History features “An Eye for a Good Picture — The Legacy of John Aitken” by Jenifer Iredale; “Waterfront Acquisition in West Vancouver: Ambitious, Controversial, and Forward Thinking” by Rod Day; “Number 3 Company (The Saanich Rangers) of the PCMR” by John MacFarlane; “Sam Greer and “the Old Reserve” at Chilliwack Landing” by Trevor Williams; and “The Great War and the Home Front: Reportage from the Ladysmith” by Esther Sharp. Readers may also enjoy “Time Travels: Telling Our Stories” by Mark Forsythe profiling the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre in New Denver; “Archives & Archivists: Northern BC Rail Transportation: From Backlog to Foreground” by Ramona Rose and Erica Hernández-Read; edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Cabinets of Curiosities: Phil Gaglardi at 78 rpm” by Wayne Norton, and Books with K. Jane Watt. This issue is SOLD OUT in print.