The fonds consists of a 1922 letter from the Grosmont Municipal District regarding quarantine regulations for scarlet fever: two store receipt books for 1947-1948; and municipal tax receipts for 1955, 1956 and 1959. There are four calendars from local stores and the Aug.4, 2005 issue of Western Producers Western People which has an article on the Major family "100 Century Farm". Allan James tax receipt for 1927 is included.
CA ATH ATH-87.10, 92.27, 93.03, 95.22, 95.35, 95.53
The fonds consists of a 1976 university assignment on the Richmond Park District, photographs relating to the Nov. 1994 launching of the history book "Reflections from North of the River", and photographs from the Feb. 1995 dog-sled postal run from Athabasca to Edmonton to commemorate Edmonton's bicentennial. There are also 9 photographs taken in 1992 of the Alberta Pacific Forest Industries mill site.
The fonds consists of minutes of Athabasca Lodge No. 328, bylaws, a book of ritual, financial records, membership lists, correspondence and provincial and national convention proceedings. Includes photographs of national and provincial conventions as well as local Elk members in the 1950s.
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of Canada. Athabasca Lodge No. 328
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Ernst Feuereisen of Pelican Portage and dating from 1922 to . The fonds consists of trapping and hunting licenses, part of a 1922 map of Alberta,and photographs of scenes, people and places on the Athabasca River including Upper Wells. Some of the people are: Ernst Feuereisen, Joe Siemoni, Mr.Jones, Frank and George Senz, Gordon and Jim Carruthers, Henry Goegler (1884-1955), Joe Larson, Hans Birkigt, John and George Pederson, Bruno and Elsie Goetsch, Joe Laflamme, Ed Gambler, Rose Gambler, Kurt George (Dick) Naumann (1901-1978) and ? Kosloff. There is a photo of Ernst on the ship Thuringia out of Hamburg.
The fonds consists of correspondence and certificates of Isreal Shank including Olds School of Agriculture, his years in the RCMP, his involvement in numerous horticultural endeavours and cards from his 95th birthday. There is a booklet entitled "Jackie"(about a seagull) written by his second wife, Aileen Teal Shank, 2 books written by Isreal Shank: " Memories of a Mountie" and "Some Things I Remember", and a copy of Athabasca Album with an addendum of commentary. There are 23 photographs of Mr. Shank including a signed photo of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip; 1 audio cassette; and 4 artifacts : 1933, 175 lb. boxing championship medal, 1951 presidential plaque of Saskatchewan Horticultural Societies Association, 1936 Alberta Prosperity Certificate and a 1940s fur RCMP hat. The last addition is the 1952 document naming Mr. Shank as a Sub-Inspector in the RCMP. It is signed by Governor-General Vincent Massey. A scrapbook has items regarding the boxing prowess of Isreal and his brothers. Oliver represented Canada at the Berlin Olympics in 1936 as the light heavyweight champ of Canada.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Order of the Eastern Star, Athabasca Chapter No. 17 between 1914 and 1999. The fonds consists of a summarized annual history from 1914-1999 and a history of properties. Subjects of photographs include Kizzie Dallas; Catherine Falconer (MacIntyre); Mary Van Dusen; Isabel Minns; Halla Crawford; Florence Mills; Edna Nancekivell (Cull); Sarah Ladell (McKernan); Rebecca Heacock; Margaret Redden; Alice Fell; Annie Meadowcroft; Nina Watt; Mary Shoubridge (Watt); Hattie Phillipy; Elizabeth Mutch; Katherine Galloway (Lewis); Jean Bolton (Falconer); Jettie Willey (Day); Anne MacLeod (Day); Lucy Ward; Ardath Olsen; Barbara Parker; Grace Grant; Helen MacLean (Leicht); Mary Masciuch; Hazel Hopps; Hazel Hall (Hoge); Eva Jack; Marion Montgomery (Nancekivell); Katherine Shaw; Laura Scott; Joan Ward; Edith Rehm (Whiteley); Beatrice Parr (May); Linda Breckenridge (Ward); Irene Ramey; Norah Zwicker; Anne Cook; Dyann Breckenridge; Esther Iverach; Lily Dupilka (Gora); Laurine Jones; Dorothy Nielsen(Budd); Joy Hayward (Puylaert); Signe Genoud; Ingrid Buerfeind; Barbara Wilkinson; Roxanne Gill (Breckenridge); Joan Duma; Mary Ellis (Willey); Horace Lowe; Charles Nancekivell; Frank R. Falconer; Charles Dallas; Julius Crawford; Robert Mahood; James Minns; Ken Heacock; George Watt; George Meadowcroft; Charles Shoubridge; Ray Phillipy; Sid Ward; Arthur Hopps; Ron Ramey; Orval Breckenridge; Victor Genoud; Aaron Jones.
Order of the Eastern Star. Athabasca Chapter No. 17
The fonds consists of materials created by the Athabasca Lions Club between 1966 and 1995. The fonds consists of scrapbooks of the Athabasca Lions Club, correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings and photographs pertaining to their work in Athabasca. Includes material pertaining to the Athabasca Lioness Club.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Meanook Women's Institute between 1942 and 1983 and consists of minutes, financial records, guest books, brochures and copies of the newsletter: Home & Country.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Alice and Clifford Donahue of Athabasca, Alberta between 1924 and 1988. The fonds consists of correspondence, photographs and clippings of Alice and Clifford Donahue relating to their lives and activities in Athabasca. It includes files pertaining to community organizations and committees which the Donahues served on, business records; files pertaining to Alice Donahue's career as a teacher; scrapbooks; maps; and photographs.
The fonds consists of material created by the Hult family between ca. 1912 and ca. 1997. The fonds consists of a family history of the time spent in Mirror Landing written by Jean Elvira Male in ca. 1997 and four photographic postcards dating from ca. 1912- ca. 1916 containing images of Mirror Landing on the front and correspondence on the back.