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Peace Country Sports Therapy Association fonds

  • CA GPR 0567
  • Archief
  • 1995-2010

The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, incorporation documents, financial records and membership information for the Peace Country Sports Therapy Association, which was formed after the 1995 Canada Winter Games were held at Grande Prairie.

Peace Country Sports Therapy Association

Hythe Junior Forest Wardens fonds

  • CA GPR 0568
  • Archief
  • 1974-1982

The fonds consists of 7 photographs of a Junior Forest Warden event possibly held in a church basement as well as some news clippings, an invitation and notes on different games to play in the water.

Hythe Junior Forest Wardens

J.O. Watson fonds

  • CA GPR 0569
  • Archief
  • [ca. 1925-1963]

The fonds consists of four copies of photographs of the Grande Prairie Garage, including the garage [ca. 1925] and its destruction by fire in 1954, a poster advertising the garage [ca. 1948], and three reels of family film [ca. 1960-1963].

Watson, J. O.

Sargent Family fonds

  • CA GPR 0570
  • Archief
  • [ca. 1930-1975]

The fonds consists of 61 photographs showing various stages in the life of Bill and Clara Sargent: the homestead at Harper Creek, the Morrision and Sargent Bus Service and trucks, the Sargent Sales & Service Garage in Grande Prairie, and the retirement home on the Smoky River.

Sargent family

John Sinclair fonds

  • CA GPR 0571
  • Archief
  • 1930-2007

The fonds consists of financial records 1960-2007, personal papers that contain correspondence from family and friends as well as photographs 1940-2007, military information including a copy of John's WWII service record, a 1930 edition of the Fortyniner and a D-Day Reunion Tour book 1994, as well as photographs, and 4 maps of the communities of Wabasca, Falher and West of the Sixth and Fourth Meridian.

Sinclair, John

William Alexander Family fonds

  • CA GPR 0572
  • Archief
  • 1856-[ca. 2000]

The fonds consists of family photographs, correspondence, and genealogical records of the William Alexander Family. The photographs ([ca. 1966]-1980) show William Alexander, his wife Emilie Dannhauer, and their families, the Alexander children in Strathcona, Rycroft, and Grande Prairie, various boats on the Peace River, the Fort Fitzgerald wood camp, the Art Alexander family in Hudson's Hope, the O'Brien girls, Maggie and Emil Baron and their children, Ed and Bill Alexander in their army uniforms, and the Alexander gravesite and O'Brien Park.

The correspondence (1896, 1915-1986) includes letters from Emilie Alexander to her mother Caroline Dannhauer, Pringle to Bill Alexander, R. B. Leslie to the Alexanders, Bill Alexander to his sisters and father, Ed Alexander to his sister Maggie and father, William to his daughters, Aunt M. F. Wells to Jean and Maggie, Aunt H.(?) A. Alexander to Jean, Aunt Jessie Fairweather to her nieces and nephews, Art and Violet Alexander to his sister Maggie, Harry Newgord to Ed and Bill, cousin Ella F. Lyell to Jean and Maggie, W. J. C. Reed & Sons Solicitors and Notaries Public to Maggie, cousin Jessie (nee Bell) to Jean Pearce, Emil and Maggie Baron to their daughter Jean Pearce, cousin Jessie (nee Bell) to Violet Alexander, cousin Helen Truscott to Jean Pearce, Paul and Caroline Dannhauer to Sidney Truscott, Jean to her sister Maggie, cousin Jim Blacklaws to Maggie, Jean to niece Jean Pearce, cousin Wayne to Jean Pearce, cousin Isabel Besley to Jean Pearce, and the Public Archives of Canada to Jean Pearce.

Other records include German language records of Paul Dannhauer (permission for passport, Certificate of Qualification as Helmsmen 1st Class, Certificate of Baptism, and confirmation of birth), William Alexander's Birth Certificate, Ontario land records of Paul Dannhauer, William and Emilie Alexander's Marriage Certificate, Maggie Alexander's Birth Certificate, William Alexander's Certificate of Registration of Death, Emilie Alexander's Certified Abstract of Registration of Death, Maggie and Emil Baron's Marriage Certificate, obituaries of uncle James Alexander and aunt Maggie Wells, excerpts from the "Centennial History" of St. John Lutheran Church, Petatwawa Ontario, 1867-1967, newspaper articles about Maggie Baron and Jean Alexander, Rycroft homecoming program and newspaper article, and family trees compiled by various family members.

The records were arranged in a series of binders and albums, as assembled by Jean Pearce. They have been selected and rearranged by the Archivist into chronological order. The photographs have been left in the order they were given by Jean; not every photograph in the albums was copied.

Alexander family

Jack & Betty Lowe fonds

  • CA GPR 0610
  • Archief
  • [ca. 1913-1929]

The fonds consists of 36 photographs and 5 postcards collected by Jack and Betty Lowe on their trip into the Peace Country in 1929, on Jack's trip to the Peace in 1927, and from the trip of Betty's father (Mr. Zeigler) into the Peace Country in 1913. The photographs are glued into a 6 x 8 in. black album, and some are identified with accompanying notes.

Lowe, Jack & Betty

Lower Beaverlodge School fonds

  • CA GPR 0607
  • Archief
  • 1912-1932

The fonds consists of records maintained by the Board of Directors for the operation of the Lower Beaverlodge School. It includes correspondence with the Departments of Education, Municipal Affairs and Public Health, the Soldier’s Settlement Board, the Workman’s Compensation Board, school inspectors and parents; financial records including annual financial statements and auditor’s reports, grant statements; insurance, education assessment and tax records, purchases of equipment and curriculum materials; school inspection reports; school census records listing the names and birthdates of children, their parents, and their address; agreements with teachers; supplementary curriculum aids such as radio programming and flags for Empire Day, rough voters lists for 1928 and 1931 elections

Family names common in the records include Idan Thoreson, Peter Benson, John Walton, Wesley Bell, Mrs. Shattuck, Wm Eisenmann, Jesse Romine, Victor Flint, Charles Cassity, Albert Henry, Duncan Hume, William Bernard, Charles Edgerton, Homer Jacque, William Oakford, Harry Parfrey, Gordon Sherk, and Frank Willsey.

Lower Beaverlodge School

Rotary Club of Grande Prairie fonds

  • CA GPR 0601
  • Archief
  • 1939-2009

The fonds consists of records created and received by the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie in the course of their operations and activities. The records include minutes and reports, planning documents, correspondence, committee minutes and planning materials, membership lists, rosters, and cards, financial statements and general ledger, newsletters and publications, photographs, newspaper clippings, and Rotary International manuals and booklets.

The fonds is divided into seven series: Executive Records, Committees, Membership, Financial Records, Publications, Photographs and Scrapbooks, and Rotary International.

Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games Host Society fonds

  • CA GPR 0603
  • Archief
  • 1993-1995

The fonds consists of the planning records for the 1995 Canada Winter Games, held in Grande Prairie in February-March 1995, particularly those the Cultural Division, which planned the "Fire in the Sky" cultural productions.

1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games Host Society

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