This collection consists of photographs of the 3rd Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (3PPCLI) during the conflict on the Korean Peninsula from its formation on November 30, 1950 to its deactivation on January 8, 1954.
Fonds consists of materials created by the Angus Ridgette Multiclub in the district of Angus Ridge, Alberta, from 1966-1974. The fonds includes these series: 1. Scrapbook (1966-1974) Series consists of a scrapbook chronicling Multiclub activities and includes member's photographs, photographs of club activities and outings, and newspaper clippings. 2. Secretary Books (1972-1974) Series consists of two secretary books for the Angus Ridge Multiclub and contains the minutes of the club's meetings from 1972-1974.
Fonds consists of administrative materials relating to the operation of 4-H Gwynnette Clubs in Gwynne Alberta, from 1960-1967. The fonds consists of these series: Gwynnette Home Decorating Club (1960-1961) Series consists of the Treasurer's record book and contains minutes, attendance records and club financial information. Gardening Club (1960-1961) Series consists of the Secretary's record book and contains minutes, attendance records and club financial information. Clothing Club (1961-1967). Series consists of Treasurer's and Secretary's books and contains minutes, attendance records and club financial information.
This fonds consists of records of the 51st Battalion Association, including minutes, membership records, financial records and correspondence. It also includes a copy of the original nominal roll of officers, non-commisioned officers and ment of the 51st Battalion, C.E.F.; the Association gavel and the leater briefcase that held the records.
The fonds consists of a 8 x 10 photograph of the 5th Trumpeter Swan Troop, 2 Tenderfoot to Queen Scout handbooks, a Golden Arrow Training Handbook, a Proficiency Badge reference book, a Handbook on Small Bore Rifle Shooting, Trees and Shrubs Belonging to Alberta booklet, the Patrol Leader's Pocket Record Book, a luminous pocket planetarium.and a Boy Scout Record Book belonging to Greg Marcy.
The collection consists of a photocopy of the 1942-1945 war diary of the 69th Canadian Tank Transporter Company (69 General Transport Company); copies of photographs of members of the company in the field; and greetings received from government officials on the 50th anniversary reunion of the company in 1991
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