50.2 | Summer 2017 British Columbia History
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The Summer 2017 issue of British Columbia History features “Surviving Vimy: ‘May God’s richest blessing rest upon you’” by Michael Sasges and Gerald Buzzell; “Bill Barlee and Jolly Jack’s Lost Gold Mine” by Doug Lobay; “J.O. Patenaude Strikes Silver” by R.J. (Ron) Welwood; “Charles Howard Webb: Friend of Labour” by Rob-Roy Douglas; “Edward Lipsett Limited: Canvas and Commerce” by Anthony Broscomb; “The Japanese Canadian War Memorial: A Struggle of Style” by Michael Howitt; and “BC History through Song” by Rika Ruebsaat. Readers may also enjoy “Archives and Archivists: BC Vocational School images” by Cindy McLellan; edited by Sylvia Stopforth; “Cabinets of Curiosities: Frances Willard Plaques Rediscovered” by Chris Hay, and BC Books with K. Jane Watt.