Henry Larsen

Dates of Creation:

1928-2006

Physical Extent:

5.75 cm of textual records and other materials (negatives and contact sheet)

Scope and Content:

This subseries consists of records relating specifically to Henry Larsen.  The series includes records made or received by Henry Larsen himself, as well as materials made or received or otherwise closely related to his family.  Predominant among this latter group are the materials of Henry Larsen’s wife, Mary and his daughter Doreen Reidel. Records in this subseries take the form of correspondence, published materials, newspaper clippings, scanned photographs, badges, invitations, memoranda, (1) audiocassette, (1) camcorder cassette, photographs and journals.

Notes

Title of subseries:  Supplied title based on the contents of the subseries.

Physical Description: 59 photographs: b&w and col. 15 x 10 cm, 20 x 25.5 cm

Subseries 2.2 File List:

Series Box.File # File Title Date
2.2 1.12 Polychaeta Specimen Collecting 1966
2.2 4.15 [H. Larsen funeral and memorial service clippings] 1964
2.2 6.16 Larsen Images [ca. 1999-2000]
2.2 6.19 H. Larsen case File 1972-1991
2.2 7.1* Mary Larsen Correspondence 1965-2000
2.2 7.2 Vancouver Maritime Museum H. Larsen materials 1966-1984
2.2 7.3 [H. Larsen Correspondence] n.d.
2.2 7.7 [H. Larsen to D. Parkes Correspondence] 1942
2.2 11.3 Larsen’s Diary July 1944-Sept. 11 1944 1992
2.2 11.4 Henry A. Larsen papers from Public Archives of Canada Manuscript Division 1992
2.2 13.17 Ship: Larsen’s Diary July- September 11 1944
2.2 16.3 Daily Journal H. Larsen 1928
2.2 40.2 Henry Larsen article in “Blue Line” magazine 2006
2.2 40.3 [Henry Larsen electronic documents, scanned by Doreen Riedel on CD] 2005