The fonds consists of photos of the Joseph Blanchard family, three generations of Joseph Blanchards celebrating weddings on July 3,1900 and Charles Edouard Blanchard's orchestra, August 1913 at Arctic Center, Rhode Island.
The fonds consists of 12 photographs of early buildings and events in Athabasca. Four of the photographs are originals of photographs that are on a 1948 Athabasca High School filmstrip: Empire Day, 1913; St.Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church; Filteau's Block; and winter of 1913-14 view from across the river. Others are: Methodist Church; interior and exterior of Hudson's Bay store; original of Athabasca Landing Junior Baseball Team; Strathcona Street in 1940's; invitation to Community Christmas Tree in Parker's Hall, 1937.
The fonds consists of 5 books and 2 pamphlets relating to Dominion Experimental Farms, the Minister of Agriculture's Report of 1912 plus the appendix, swine and sheep industry, and papers presented to the Standing Committee of the Senate on Agriculture and Forestry, and Agriculture and Colonization.
The fonds consists of a 100th birthday congratulatory certificate from the Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta, a newspaper clipping, a coloured photograph from Albert's middle years, and four photographs of his 100th birthday party. The artifacts are a pair of brass studded leather gauntlets, a brass studded leather belt and a size 7 Smithbilt stetson made in Calgary.
The fonds consists of 20 light cardboard sheets 56x71 cm covered in a collage of photographs highlighting classes and activities throughout the years 1984 to 2001. There is also a large sheet detailing the history of the college in Athabasca.
The fonds consists of a report on the Athabaska District that would be useful for settlers to the area. Maps and photographs are included. Also included are agricultural and demographic statistics for the provincial constituencies of Sturgeon and Athabasca from 1901-1921. The photographs are copies from the book and include the Athabasca-Smith Trail and Pine Creek (Amber Valley).
Canada. Department of the Interior. Topographical Survey of Canada. Report on Athabaska District, Alberta