At the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History most of our work is done with partners. Our partners come in several shapes and sizes, and they are all equally important to us.

Marjean McClure : Personalities of Kimberley, B.C. - HAND COLOURED PHOTOGRAPH of Marjean Selby (nee McClure) in Airfor
Marjean McClure


Individuals who may or may not be members of the Columbia Basin Institute. Collectively individuals:



Institutions who become partners in the Columbia Basin Image Bank may do the following:

Valemount Museum : Valemount Museum staff member Jacquie Gunderson.
Valemount Museum

Our principal institutional partners include:


Corporations who have become partners through the financial and in-kind support of specific Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History programmes:

Corporate Membership: these corporate entities support the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History through an ongoing membership programme:

Baker Street in Cranbrook : Cranbrook, B.C. at night, photo by E. Anderson. This view shows the business block anchored by the
Baker Street in Cranbrook


Through various Ministries and initiatives both federal, provincial and regional, governments have assisted with various research and resource development projects:

At the Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History we are always looking for and open to new partners. That is the way our programmes grow and we achieve our ultimate goal of making history accessible and public. If you are interested in becoming a partner at any level, please contact us.