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Clarence & Nora Shields Family fonds

  • CA GPR 0627
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1895]-2003

The fonds consists of records relating to the Shields family. The records include Nora Shields’ personal and financial papers, the Shields family tree, early and later photographs from the Shields’ as well as the Dionne family, Jack Shields’ military papers and photographs from his experience as a soldier before and during the Korean War, and some military publications that he collected.

The records have been arranged by the Archivists by content and chronology into the various series and files. The Archivists imposed the order now shown by the records.

The records are divided into six series: Nora Shields Personal Papers, Nora Shields’ Financial Records, Shields’ Family Photographs, Jack Shields Korean War Records, Korean War Publications.

Shields family

Elbow Park Oral History Project fonds

  • GLEN glen-3770
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2002

The fonds consists of interviews with Dorothy Haverstock, Patricia "Pat" Waite, Edmona "Mona" Ryan, Ethel Crombie, Louis Cutler, Stuart Patterson, Dorothy McLachlan, Rick Simonton/Emily Love, Fred Valentine, Arthur Patterson, Joey Dinning, Helen Firmstone, Charles Ross, Peter Valentine, Kay Gove, Bill Tait, Mary Mawer, Dick Matthews, Norman Sproule, Noni Robinson, Ed Marshall, Fred Haeseker, Pat Turner, Prudence Penley, James Harding, Helen Thomson, Ken Manning, Barbara McDougall, Robert Lucy. Also includes outlines of the interviews.

Elbow Park Oral History Project

D. W. Patterson family fonds

  • CA GPR 0152
  • Fonds
  • 1914 - 2002

The fonds consist of D.W. Patterson’s memoirs,1956, (original and a copy) and a short story, Rose Patterson’s memoirs, Dorothy Hall’s personal record, the document admitting D.W. Patterson to the Law Society of Alberta, 1914, a program for the visit of the Earl of Bessborough in 1933, newsclippings concerning the death of Judge Sissons and appointment of Donald as Assistant Chief Judge, 4 portraits, a Women's Institute album of photographs, and several scanned copies of family photos, and miscellaneous papers and letters.

Patterson, D.W.

Anton Dahl family fonds

  • CA GPR 0520
  • Fonds
  • 1920-2002

The fonds consists of farming records belonging to Elmer and Ben Dahl. These include tax records; correspondence related to a cattle association formed under the government's "Cattle Bill" which encouraged farmers to raise cattle by offering loans to the association for purchasing stock; and a letter from Anton Dahl just before his death. Also included are four photographs, and in an accrual, a photo of Halcourt United Church and a poem about the church, "Saved by Grace" written by Josie Dahl and published in the Beaverlodge Advertiser May 22, 2002.

Anton Dahl family

Hope Hargrave Michael fonds

  • CA MED med-510
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1783-2001]; predominantly 1894-2001

The fonds consists of: Eight Series:;1. Hope Michael and her family. -- 1908-[ca. 2001]. -- 65 cm of textual records. -- 9 photograph albums;Series consists of: folders containing information on the Sissons family, Nancy & John Fulton, Lorna & Bob Butler, Mary & Rod Harle, John Hargrave, Hope H. Michael, JH Ranch History, Family Recipes, Royal Antler Ranch, Will Hargrave, various friends, St. John's Presbyterian Church, Harry Hargrave Jr., Harry Hargrave Sr., random family members, and Muriel & Joe Gilchrist; three boxes of family letters, photo albums, and family portraits and photographs. 2. Hope Michael's genealogy and family history research. -- [ca. 1783]-2001. -- 1.23 m of textual records. -- 1 audio cassette;Series consists of: genealogical and family history research on the Marlatts, the Sissons, the Whimsters, and the Hargraves; Medicine Hat Genealogical Society material; family portraits. 3. Literary Club material. -- 1911-1967. -- 39 cm of textual records;Series consists of: various Medicine Hat Literary Club material; literary papers written by Hope H. Michael and Mary W. Hargrave. 4. Hope Michael's Teaching Career. -- 1931-[ca. 1989]. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: school pictures of Hope H. Michael; various documents regarding Hope's retirement; clippings and various documents regarding Hope's teaching career. 5. Mary Whimster Hargrave. -- 1894-1977. -- 52 cm of textual records;Series consists of: clippings taken by Mary W. Hargrave regarding various family members; negatives and photographs; various appointment books; material from the Banff School of Fine Arts; family letters; documents regarding Mary W. Hargrave's death; mementos saved by Mary W. Hargrave. 6. Medicine Hat Historical Society material. -- [196-?]-1990. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: Medicine Hat Historical Society material; documents regarding Hope H. Michael's Heritabe Merit Award; documents regarding Hope H. Michael's life membership to the Medicine Hat Historical Society. 7. Bert Hargrave material. -- 1956-[ca. 1990]. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: folders containing information on Bert's government career, Bert's military career, Bert's ranching career, Bert's Honourary degree, and Bert's death. 8. Photographs. -- [ca. 1880]-1999. -- 383 photographs. -- 541 negatives;Series consists of: various photographs of the Hargraves, the Whimsters, the Marlatts, and other random family members from various locations in North America and Europe. Photographs were taken of scenery, people, buildings, family vacations, holidays, and things regarding family history.

Michael, Hope Hargrave

William Alexander Family fonds

  • CA GPR 0572
  • Fonds
  • 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

Lewis family fonds

  • CA GPR 0195
  • Fonds
  • 1883-2000

The fonds consists of records collected as well as created by Ursula and Richard Lewis.

Lewis (family)

Ted Helgeson fonds

  • CA MED med-718
  • Fonds
  • 1925-2000

The fonds consists of images of members of the Carson Creek Rats, members of a local hockey team; Elizabeth Street School class photos, 1926; Kinsmen photos, photo of a play cast; local men in uniform during First World War and Second World War. Also includes bound booklet "Family Matters: A COllection of Poetry, Stories and Memories", by Ethel Helgeson and Family.

Helgeson, Ted

Raison/Reynolds fonds

  • CA GPR 0498
  • Fonds
  • [1920-2000]

The fonds consists of copies of two photographs of the Raison men and Reginald Reynolds; two stories written by Shirley (Reynolds) Stoner, the daughter of Reginald Reynolds and Freda Raison; and a news clipping of a poem called "To A Crocus" written by Thomas Raison in memory of the prairies after he had returned to Detroit.

Raison/Reynolds

Mackid family fonds

  • GLEN glen-1524
  • Fonds
  • 1880-2000

The fonds consists primarily of the records of Harry Mackid and L. Stewart Mackid, including appointment and account books (1906-1920); reminiscences and family tree; medical and masonic certificates (1880-1918); and photographs of the Mackid and Meyer families, Calgary and medical conventions.

MacKid (family)

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