- 1938 c.
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The fonds consists of equipment acquisition forms, requests for furloughs (leaves of absence), various reprimands [ie. for the use of too much coal, or unauthorized leaves] and daily mess orders. Also includes administrative records, correspondence, and a few officer listings as per particular assignment or duty.
A-20 Army Camp
Fonds pertains to McCoubrey's friends, associates and mountaineering activities.
McCoubrey, A. A.
Fonds consists of photocopies of Icelandic Almanacs dated 1912-1914 and 1954, and negatives depicting various Icelandic Canadians.
Fonds consists of photographic views primarily of the Cave and Basin, Banff Springs Hotel and Banff area, ca.1890. Three views are copies of stereo photographs by Bingham and Thom made in the Castle Mountain and Field, B.C. areas, probably during railway construction.
Thom, A. B.
Fonds includes a trip account re Mount Assiniboine, by A. C. Leighton, 1927; biographies and curriculum vitae; reviews and articles; excerpts from publications depicting Leighton paintings and illustrations, 1924-1952; and photographs of portraits and mountain painting activities of A. C. Leighton.
Leighton, A. C.
The fonds consists of a small book of announcements.
Collection consists of records dating 1912-1973 and includes a report on the Canada Land and Irrigation Company Limited, which contains maps and photographs of areas in Medicine Hat, Alberta, a report entitled The Lost Mine of the Saskatchewan, and a brief history of Medicine Hat. Fonds also includes various photographs relating to engineering, railroads, land and irrigation, and farming.
Milroy, A. Clayton
Consists of a photograph album 5 cm thick, containing ca. 200 photographs of places and persons in Alberta and Montana. The album was compiled by A. F. Buckham from his photographs of a cattle drive, and life in and around Dorothy, Alberta and the lower Red Deer River (1921-1924), Edmonton, Alberta (1930), the later half of the album deals with A. F. Buckham's student experiences at the University of Alberta and on a mining engineering field trip to southern Alberta and Montana (1933-1935). RECORDS RELATING TO THE FOLLOWING IDENTIFIED PERSONS ALSO IN THIS FONDS: Bob Armstrong, Larry Bergman, Fred Bainbridge, Bill Craig, Walter Dallamore, Harry Foster, Peter Farmer, Steve Hall, the Hamilton family, Sam Howe, Bob Jones, Dan Klump, Dave Livingston, Mart Montgomery, Edward Park, Jerry Purdy, Jim Reid, R. L. Rutherford, Bob Scott, Professor N. Stover, O. J. Walker. TOWNS AND CITIES: Alberta Beach, Alberta; Banff, Alberta; Bassano, Alberta; Bindloss, Alberta; Cluny, Alberta; Coutts, Alberta; Edmonton, Alberta; Fort McLeod, Alberta; Hussar, Alberta; Medicine Hat, Alberta; Steveville, Alberta; Taylor Siding, Alberta; Turner Valley, Alberta; Wainright, Alberta; Wayne, Alberta. OTHER PLACES: Anaconda, Montana; Butte, Montana; Great Falls, Montana; Helena, Montana. OTHER SUBJECTS: Badlands, Bassano dam, buffalo, Camp Keewadin at Hastings Lake, Alberta, cattle round-ups, college football, fossils, geological formations, the McDaniels Ranch, oil exploration in Turner Valley, oil refining, placer mining, Red Deer Valley, Rosedeer Collieries, smelting plants, Ukrainian barn, University of Alberta, wind storm damage in Edmonton
Buckham, A. F.
Fonds consists mainly of letters to Jordan from the Chief Game Guardian and Deputy Minister, Department of Agriculture, Province of Alberta pertaining to enforcement of game ordinance, proposed act, and employment details. Photographs pertain to Arthur G. Jordan.
Jordan, A. G.