The fonds consists of military papers, photographs and postcards from Mr. Basly’s time in the French military; leases and records concerning his farm; two photographs of him after the war; and papers detailing his relationship with Veteran’s Affairs. There is also a paper written by Paulette Hrychiw, based on the papers in his collection and supplemental research, detailing his movements with the French Army and her memories of Uncle Gaby, with whom they lived from 1939 to the 1960s.
The fonds consists of Leonard's will (1907); Raymond's account of 1884 journey from Ontario to Alberta (1928); John R.'s First World War letters home (1916-1919); Dick's manuscripts about the family, the McDougalls and pioneering in Red Deer; a recorded interview with Dick about family history (1966); and photographs of the family, home, John's military views, Raymond's store and McDougall Church.
The fonds consists of balance sheets of the Gaetz-Cornett Drug and Book Company, minutes, correspondence, land titles, prescription information, income tax notices, other financial records, and photographs. The fonds has been arranged into the following six series: financial, legal, administrative, and pharmaceutical records, and Thomas Roy Cornett, and photographs.
Gaetz-Cornett Drug and Book Company (Red Deer, Alta.)
The fonds consists of: an extensive collection of individual portraiture, family and group sittings, wedding parties, commercial advertising for local businesses, as well as a random photographic record of community events, disasters etc. 4 audio cassettes with interviews giving oral histories of Gainsboro Studios (1986).
The fonds consists of postcards sent to Ruby by various men serving in the First World War including C.R. Sharman and Les Doolan; military papers of Howard and Victor including his diary (1915); photographs of events, buildings, etc in Olds, Banff, Calgary, England, Bowden, Innisfail, and France; building permit and other documents relating to the construction of James H. Galloway's home in Calgary (1904-1905); and copies of two Siberian expedition newsletters, The Siberian Sapper (1918-1919).
The fonds consists of five series of correspondence, clippings, photographs and other memorabilia relating to the family, careers, personal lives and interests of Harold Warnica Price; Edward Parker Gardiner and Mary Jane Meters Gardiner and family; Irene Elizabeth Gardiner; Harold and Irene Price and their family; and Mary Elizabeth Price (Burns).
The fonds consists of: 17 photos of the Trimble family and 15 manuscript files (5 cm). The manuscript files include: Margaret Trimble's (nee White) diary, Margaret Trimble's calling card, a partial short story; list of birth, death, and marriage dates for the Trimble family, a short biographical write up about John A. Trimble, program for Fifth Avenue United Church Unveiling of the Memorial Tablet, Cora Trimble's teaching documents (4), a post card written by Garnet Trimble while at Sarcee Camp, 7 letters written by Garnet Trimble while serving overseas (WWI), and copies of Garnet Trimble's military records.
The first 3 pages of the album contain photographs and a newsclipping on winter training in Camp Dundurn, Saskatchewan. The remainder of the album documents 1PPCLI's 1971 rotation as part of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus. Consists mostly of Canadian Armed Forces photographs of soldiers on patrol, interacting with other peacekeeping forces, in ceremonial events, in athletic contests, and in recreational activities. Includes a pamphlet: 1 PPCLI : a guide for Canadian Forces personnel on duty with the United Nations in Cyprus, Apr-Sep 1971. Includes a map of Cyprus. Includes a program: Canada Day, 1 July 1971, Cyprus : a feu de joie on Canada's national day by First Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, United Nations Force Cyprus.