The fonds consists of personal papers and certificates regarding military service; photographs of training at Sarcee Army Camp, Calgary, Alberta and officers; and bographical information and low-resolution digital images of Charles Harvey Ralph and his brother Harold Conley Ralph.
The fonds consists of Noel's diary (1910); Foothills Ranche cashbooks, ledgers and inventories (1902-1914); Lorna's photograph albums of the Park Ranch, family and school (1912-1914); Lorna's postcards (1905-1906); and Noel's photograph albums regarding service in the 13th CMR (1915).
The fonds consists of a research paper covering the period 1781-1990, edited by the Albers family, on the history of the Svenskbybo-people. It also includes a detailed genealogy of the Albers family and it holds a few family members' memoirs on World War II and farming life in Alberta. These memoirs were transcribed from audiotaped interviews not preserved by the family.
The fonds consists of: a Certificate of Incorporation (1911); cash and payroll book (1911-1917); various war order contracts and associated documents between the Foundry and the Department of Munitions and Supply (1941-1945); Memorandum of Association (1911); Minute Books (1911-1922); copied page from Minute Book showing Canadian Farm Implements take over in 1923. Asset Ledgers (1955-82), Customer Ledger (1950-60), Accounts Payable Ledger (1929-59); images of various scenes at Alberta Foundry and Machine Co., Canadian Farm Implements, Connaught School, and Sarnia Ranch.
The fonds consists of correspondence, certificates, transcript of interview, articles, addresses, and reports, pertaining to his naval and oil engineer careers. Includes study of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System.
The fonds consists of: a collection of pre-publication draft copies, a computer disk, newspaper clippings, maps and graphs for the publication "Dinosaurs to Defense" (1981, 1987); images of various scenes at Suffield and surrounding area.
Emson, Col. James B. British Army Training Unit Suffield
The fonds consists of correspondence from Aubrey Bell and Raymond Bell to family members during the First World War; correspondence from other relatives and family friends; correspondence concerning Aubrey’s disappearance in action; wartime souvenirs, photographs, and newsclippings; Marion’s history of Millerfield, written as an elementary school project; and Raymond’s photographs of the Wintering Hills ranch, the Hand Hills Stampede, and the Calgary Stampede.
The fonds consists of the personal records of the Bloomfield family from [ca. 18-?]-1984, and includes certificates and citations, invitations, a newspaper clipping, postcards, a letter of reference, and a eulogy for Harry Bloomfield. Fonds also includes colour and black and white photographs depicting the Bloomfield family and friends, as well as various members of the Jewish community.
The fonds consists of a video of tributes made by friends and colleagues at the Epstein Appreciation Dinner, held in Toronto, Ontario by his Pugwash Canada friends. Bill was not present at the event, so the tributes were video recorded and sent to him later.