12681: Royston Buddhist Mission

12681: Royston Buddhist Mission

Royston Buddhist Mission

Royston Buddhist Mission was also known as Bukkyo Kyokai. It was organized by congregations in the Comox District and was located within the Royston Lumber Company’s mill site. The building and land were owned by the company and rented to the Mission free of charge for community and church services. People involved in the organization include Guntaro Kjkato (executive) and Masato Miyahara (executive).
C-9416 (1501-1543)
Type Organization
Custodian Number 12681
Name Royston Buddhist Mission



12681: Royston Buddhist Mission


Metadata Author: Lindy Marks
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