The fonds consist of personal papers in the form of genealogy records, income tax returns and correspondence; farm records consisting of income receipts and crop statements; hand-written recipes; a collection of booklets: coupon premium catalogues, cookbooks and household remedies; and some clippings on the Royal family from 1921-1938.
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.
The fonds consists of agreements and communications between Bear Hill Rural Electrification Association and its clients; service contracts, lists of contract holders, and maps of the REA's lines to the various farms; financial records; and a reference manual and poster from the Alberta Rural Electrification Association.
The fonds consists of a 1941-1942 Canadian Wheat Board Permit for Art Mackey, listing the land owned by the permit holder and crops under cultivation; two 1942 Assessment Slips for Angeline Mackey from the MD of Grande Prairie No. 739; a 1944-1945 Canadian Wheat Board permit application for Art Mackey; a 1946 Assessment Slip for Art Mackey; 1948 Tax Notices for Angeline and Art Mackey; and a 1948 Tax Receipt from the MD of Grande Prairie No. 127 for Art Mackey.
The fonds consists of school memorabilia and paper artefacts from Betty’s childhood, building the Welter family home, and her volunteer activities; certificates and news clippings detailing Betty’s activities with the Canadian Red Cross, and a book of minutes from the Local Association (Mother’s Auxiliary) of Guides, Brownies and Rangers from 1965-1970; a writing portfolio of biographies of the Smart family and Jack Welter, as well as memories of incidents which happened in her childhood, her teenage years and years as a young wife including income tax forms from 1943-1973; a wide subject range of photographs, from local Grande Prairie scenes and people to the construction of the Alaska Highway; and research files containing material researched for the archives: Miller’s Taxi; Teen Town; and a publication "The Inside Track" which traces the history of Union Tractor which Betty's husband Jack worked for. An accrual in 2010 consists of plans and blueprints of the Welter house and their duplex.
The fonds consists of two accounts books from the Big Seven Co. Ltd., an original copy of the sale agreement for the threshing machine, and an inspection certificate of the company's boiler. The fonds deals with the threshing business conducted by the Big Seven Co. Ltd. and includes expenses, wages for employees, charges for groceries at the company store, etc.
The fonds consists of records from Clayton Calberry's work as an enumerator for the polling division #53 for the federal election of 1945, as a poundkeeper for the area, 1944-1965, and as a school trustee for the East Smoky School Division (1938-1954) including minutes and finances and a register from the Ravenna School 1940-41.