The fonds consists of materials created by the Adler family of Vegreville and Edmonton, Alberta from ca. 192-? -- 1976. The fonds consists of family photographs, photographs of the old Vegreville Synagogue, Talmud Torah Graduation photographs, Young Judea, University of Alberta Alumni Association, and Talmud Torah; correspondence; and other materials related to the Adler family. Much of the material is related to Bernie and Eli Adler's involvement in local and national Jewish organizations and the alumni association of the University of Alberta. Ther is also a VHS videocassette containing footage of the old Vegreville synagogue.
The material consists of records from the estate of Adrien Clément La Rivière and includes a share certificate for the Dunvegan Townsite Company, Limited, a contract agreement between Adrien and the Hudson's Bay Company, correspondence and reports about railways for Grouard, prospecting for the Edmonton Stock Yards Company, Limited, a Grouard Board of Trade pamphlet, cheques, financial statement for the town of Grouard, notes, a letter from secretary-treasurer of Grouard, a nominal roll of recruits from Edmonton for the 233rd Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force and a photograph of Peace River at Dunvegan with Adrien in foreground.
The fonds consists of photographs of Alberta including the sites of Edmonton, Gull Lake, Lake Louise, and Banff taken by Agnes Mary Whitney and Helen Gertrude Whitney in the 1920s. The fonds also contains some photographs of family members taken by Agnes Mary Whitney and Helen Gertrude Whitney in the 1920s.
Fonds consists of textual records and photographs by and about Aileen Harmon, as well as collected items. Textual records include: letter from Harmon to the Director of Alberta's provincial parks re addition of Yamnuska area to Bow Valley Provincial Park, 1973; brief, from Harvie Heights and Bow Valley subdivision residents to public hearings on land use and resource development in the eastern slopes, 1973; letter re James Hector, 1979; notes on career, 2003; notes on Catharine Whyte for CBC recording, 2004; Tales from my mountain life, for friends and family / Aileen Harmon : [reminiscences], 2005; Christmas cards and collected articles, ca.1960. Photographs, made by and collected by Aileen Harmon, pertain to Aileen Harmon and friends, skiing, Skoki area, Mount Yamnuska, Banff Indian Days. Includes photographs by Byron Harmon.
The fonds consists of a history of the Eli Beamer Smith family written by Aimée Hill in 1985 and seven photographs featuring a flood in Edmonton that occurred in 1915 taken by an unidentified photographer.
The fonds consists of the memoirs of Mrs. Robert Holmes covering the period of 1902, typed and edited by Mrs. Victor C. Hint of Beaverlodge dating from ca. 1964; a photograph of Reverend Hugh Speke of Grande Prairie dating from 1915; and a news clipping noting the death of Mrs. Robins, wife of the former Reverend E.F. Robbins, dating from 1940.
The fonds consists of records created by Mr. Ridge in pursuance of his role as the Provincial Archivist of Alberta, documenting what he thought to be important or mandatory transfers of records to the Archives. Also included in the fonds are the personal papers of Mr. Ridge that, for the majority, were created as a result of his active involvement in the national and international archival community. The fonds consists of two series: Personal papers, and Records of the Provincial Archivist.
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.
Collection consists of records pertaining to Albert Allbright and includes a newspaper clipping, a nominal roll of members of the 14th Canadian Field Ambulance at Witley Camp, and a panorama photograph of the 14th Canadian Field Ambulance, CEF at Witley Camp in Surrey England.