Image Reproduction Services
The Port Moody Heritage Society maintains a collection of over 7,500 photographs. Reproductions of some photographs are available to purchase in print or digital format. Please visit the Port Moody Station Museum or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reproduction services. You may also consider purchasing a copy of our book, Tracks in Time; Port Moody’s First 100 Years which features a large selection of photos from the area.
Historical Research Services
The Port Moody Heritage Society maintains a collection of unique archival materials related to Port Moody’s history. Items which may be useful in genealogical or property research include:
- City of Port Moody Water and Tax rolls from 1913 to 1974,
- City of Port Moody police logs from 1913 to 1960,
- Issues of the Port Moody Advance from 1942-1967,
- Logs from Captain James A. Clarke and Dr. Charles Symmes.
Note: If you would like information on a particular property, please use the map above to identify the specific lot number. The tax rolls do not list properties by street address.
- The Vancouver Archives website has a variety of 20th century maps of the area scanned in high resolution.
- The Royal BC Museum has a searchable site of births, deaths and marriages in BC.
- The University of British Columbia Library has a full set of the Port Moody Gazette newspapers in hard copy. The Gazette covered the Port Moody area from 1883 to 1887.
- The New Westminster Library has a set of the Columbian newspaper in microfilm. The Columbian covered the Port Moody area from the 1880s to the 1940s.
- The Coquitlam Library has a full set of bound volumes of the Coquitlam Herald newspapers from the 1930s to 1980s.