The series consists of 7 Daily Registers for the school years of 1940-1949 from the time it was taken over by the Spirit River School Division (1940-41) to the time the school closed in 1949. Registers are signed by the following teachers: Dixie Gray, Arthur Holmberg, Mrs. Betty Coone, and Mrs. M. Jordan. The 1943-44 register also contains class lists from the Woking School District 4671 from 1952-1965.
The sous-fonds consists of a financial statement from Pioneer Lodge (1955), Annual Reports for the County from 1956 to 1982, a collection of Alberta Gazettes, from 1953 to 1981, listing properties for tax sales in the County of Grande Prairie No. 1, a series of over-sized Debenture certificates issued in 1950 to 1951, and a 1979 Appraisal Report.
The fonds consists of a copy of the diary of Martha Andress as they traveled over the Edson Trail from August 29 to October 7, 1912; and 24 photographs of the Andress family, Allen Petty, and events and scenes in the Grande Prairie area between 1913 and 1926.
The fonds consists of colour copies of 96 photograph album pages which have been laminated and bound into an album for display in the Grande Prairie Museum; and 90 digitized scans of photographs which have been printed. Subjects of the photographs include the trip to Clairmont by caboose in 1916, Trevor Farm and animals, photographs of people and groups in the Clairmont area including United Farm Women and the I.V. Macklin family, Fletcher and Anna Bredin and their farm Twin Shacks, road gangs building the Dunvegan Hill Road, Ann as a child and teenager on the farm, a trip to Aurora Ontario, students at Grande Prairie High School and Grande Prairie Business College ca. 1935, and a pack trip to Nose Mountain in 1935 with two Cree families as guides and providers.
The fonds consists of three Counter Sales books and a 1916 Report of the Storage Possibilities of Bear Lake and Power Possibilities of Bear Creek which reflect the activities of The Argonauts Limited. The first of the Sales books, labeled as originally belonging to W.A. Rae and dated 1910-1915, appears to record Company expenses and lot sales, wages, lumber orders for the sawmill, food purchases for the camp and sales of clothing to workers. The second Counter Sales book, dated 1911-1914 and 1922, contains some of the same records as well as Customer Accounts. The third book, stamped The Argonauts Limited, contains similar records for 1915-1917, but also includes insurance sales and insurance vacancy permits for 1936-1937. Since the Argonauts had disbanded by then, this may be the records of Charles Spencer's Prairie City Agency. The report on Bear Creek and Bear Lake, conducted by the Department of the Interior, includes correspondence directed to W.A. Rae, and 20 photographs of Bear Creek and Bear Lake.
The fonds consists of genealogy records of families Hazelton, White, Hughson, Thorpe, Patterson; 3 books: "The Family of James Patterson", a report on the development of the County of Grande Prairie Industrial Park, and a Queen Elizabeth ll Hospital Design Report (1981); 4 maps of the County of Grande Prairie and 1 of Bezanson; a 1983 submission by the County of Grande Prairie to Alberta Transportation; invitations to official opening of QEII Hospital; Montrose and Grande Prairie High School Reunion (1979) booklet; a letter to Mr. R Wales from Elizabeth Keough; burial permits (1937, 1960-1968); one photograph of an unidentified couple; and 2 speeches written in tribute to Douglas Clarkson and Ernie Watt.