The fonds consists of reference material on the Social Credit movement in Alberta compiled by Fred Kennedy while working for the Calgary Herald: newsclippings outlining the history and implementation of the Social Credit in Alberta; transcripts of William Aberhart's radio broadcasts from the Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute and speeches as Premier, as well as Social Credit cabinet ministers' speeches; research notes; correspondence; and Social Credit pamphlets. Includes newsclippings (1955-1968) on pioneer life in Alberta, and a script for a western historical pageant at the Calgary Stampede (1964). RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Alberta inaguration (1905), Alberta Treasury Branches, Robert Ansley, banks, butter, Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute, federal-provincial relations, carbonization, Communist Party of Canada, R.J. Deachman, Maj. C.H. Douglas, A.J. Hooke, John W. Hugill, Independent Order of Foresters, Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District, Solon Low, Mahaffy Royal Commission, G.L. MacLachlan, S.R. Noble, People's League of Alberta, petroleum industry, poetry, George F. Powell, P.J. Rowe, Rowell-Sirois Royal Commission, James "Cappy" Smart, songs, Duncan Stuart, Joseph H. Unwin, and Voice of the Prairies.