This fonds contains records related to the Grimm, Vader, and Scott families. The material is largely concerned with time spent in Rycroft but this fonds also contains records created in Nebraska, Spirit River, and Calgary. The records consist of approximately 1500 photographs and negatives depicting farm life, school classes, locations, and people; newspaper clippings, pamphlets; posters; 2 family histories; 2 undated and unlabeled photograph albums; account books; and certificates.
The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Vader Family (1800-1980), Grimm family (1800-1980), and Ora and Edith [Vader] Grimm (1908-2008).
Items consist of one negative and one copy print of an Alderman and Superintendent Brown investigating the wiring. Title is taken from the subject matter of the photograph;After the electrocution of Woods and Carter;Transmission pole was at 17th Ave and 5th Street E;Includes photocopies of the news paper articles of the day and a summary of notes; ;See 910605033 - 910605046 ; 120mm negative located in Box 02, Bay 222, Shelf 05 Repository
The fonds consists of 51 cm of textual records, 115 photographs, 1 artwork by Robert Guest, and 9 forestry related maps. It includes: a series of photographs related to Jack Mantle showing early Grande Prairie and includes two photographs featuring soldiers from WW2; a series of correspondence from F.W. Schenk and photographs showing scenes from the Northern Alberta Railway (NAR) and various train accidents; a series of photographs, maps, employment records and daily journals from Dave Schenk during his career working for NAR and Alberta Forest Service; and a series of employment records from Melba Schenk during her time working as a weather observer for Alberta Forest Service.
The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Jack Mantle (1911-1940); F.W. Schenk (1917-1964); Dave Schenk (1924-2005); and Melba Schenk (1973-1977)
Collection contains pamphlets published by the Communist Party of Canada/Labor-Progressive Party, Progress Books, and other Canadian communist and socialist organizations and publishers. Pamphlet subjects include the anti-war movement, political platforms, labour, and economics.
Fonds reflects Ray Sloan's work as a faculty member in the Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences at Mount Royal College, specifically his involvement with the development of the Applied Environmental Technology and Occupational Hygiene Technology programs. The fonds also documents a fisheries inventory project that Sloan conducted in the Ghost River/Waiparous watershed.
Fonds consists of records relating to the administration of the Archives Society of Alberta (ASA), including minutes, reports, correspondence, business records, newsletters, posters, surveys, seminar and workshop papers, reviews, and membership lists.
Fonds consists of the administrative records of the Therien-Mallaig Mutual Telephone Company and includes correspondence, financial reports, account books, travel expenses, statements, agreements, minute books, journals, receipts and maps.
Consists of 672 sessions of photographic images (primarily negatives) taken by Frank Webber as a freelance photographer plus 2 notebooks listing photo sessions in chronological order & cross-referenced by subject. Images include community and family events, industry and other commercial photography, and scenery. These images are primarily of Medicine Hat and area.