The collection consists of a photocopy of the 1942-1945 war diary of the 69th Canadian Tank Transporter Company (69 General Transport Company); copies of photographs of members of the company in the field; and greetings received from government officials on the 50th anniversary reunion of the company in 1991
Canada. Canadian Armed Forces. General Transport Company, 69
Fonds consists of correspondence with various businesses, the City of Calgary and dignitaries involved in the 25th Anniversary celebrations; correspondence with all the Faculties and Departments regarding their activities; plans, schedules and reports from the University Open House in October; material on the Imperial Oil Lectures. Also includes two posters, one from the Visions anniversary book and one from the Nickle Arts Museum. Also includes various ephemera: pins, t-shirt, plaques, ribbon and a framed proclamation from the City.
University of Calgary. 25th Anniversary Secretariat
Consists of Nominal Rolls dated 1 April 1910 and 28 May 1911 (Coronation Contingent), Administrative Minutes from the 103rd Regiment Officers' Meetings (1916-1919), Regimental Correspondence, Minutes of Annual Meetings, Commission Scrolls, Training Manual for Rifles and Lewis Guns, and Personnel Files for Founder Lt.Col. W.C.G. Armstrong, Lt.Col. D.L. Redman, Major W.A. Cockshutt (related to Cockshutt Plow Plant), Gunner W. Maxwell, and Pte. Walter Louden. Also contains news clippings (Aug 1914).
The collection consists of nine posters featuring advertisements for commercial products dating from the 1940s such as "Winchester Cigarettes", "Orange Crush", "Five Roses Flour", "Burns Shamrock Cooked Meats", and "Millbank Cigarettes".
The fonds consists of a panoramic photo of the entire 196th Battalion, a group portrait of Company A, and a snapshot of Eg Bowman and his mates; a letter from Eg to his aunt (1917); newsclippings about reunions of the Battalion; and letters to Eg from veterans of the Battalion.
196th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
This fonds contains Don Sprague's records of the local organizing committee for the 1994 Canadian Figure Skating Championship. As chairman of the committee, Sprague's records include administrative and financial records, media information, promotional material, and event reports and summaries.