- JAS jas-1383
Fonds consists of correspondence, personal interviews and published sources regarding a wide variety of people and topics. Records related to the following are in this fonds: Edward Bridge Abram; Evelyn Arends; J. Burgon Bikersteth; "Major" Fred Brewster; George Edward Camp; Myrle Everett Clark; Phyllis May Clark; Kate Colley; E.N. Copping; Rev. Edwards; Jim Fahey; George Fleming; George Fowlie; Mary George; Mary Gibson; Daisy Hartley; Jasper Hawes; Fred Hindle; Bill Hooper; Ralph James; Florence Jefferson; Adam Joachim; Samuel James Kitchen; Gwen Lewis; Helen Lonsdale nee Renshaw; William McConnell; Donald Shorery McCready; Frank and Miles Moberly; Henry John Moberly; Albert Norris; Dr.Thomas O'Hagan; Dr. Enest Fielden Niven; Clauson Otto; Constance Peterson; Tom Peterson; Donald "Curlie" Phillips; William J. Popey; Frank Reed; Annie E. Richardson; Mabel Richardson; Lillian Roots: Thomas Ross; Harry Rowed; Fred Siebert; James Shand-Harvey; William Shovar; Thirza Schultz; John B. Snape; Mabel Tawse (Milton and Cheadle diary); Dr. Bill Taylor; J. Munroe Thorington; A.B. Webb; Frank Wells; Ted White; Pete Withers; J.A. (Major) Woods; Alex Wylie; Sydney Yoeman; and Thomas Young; Anglican Church, Jasper; automobiles; mountaineering; childbirth; fish hatchery; Fitzhugh; Suzanne Cardinal; Jacque Cardinal; Brazeau family; Louis Loyer; Klyne family; George McDougal, Kwaarakwante; Helen Rudyk; Moberly family; Joachim family; Findlay family; Colin Fraser; Perrault family; Wanniande; Goucher; Gladu; C.A. Kipling; Father DeSmet; Father Tardiff; Tete Jaune (Yellowhead); Archibald McDonald; Hamelin; Wilmot; L'Iroquois, sun dance; Beaver and Cree Indians; curling; Jasper Park Lodge; Lovat Scouts; Pocohantas, coal mining, Limestone; railway construction and accidents; cemeteries; Roman Catholic Church; Jasper schools; skis and skiing; Tete Jaune; theatre: "The Jasper Story" (1956, Elsie Park-Gowan, author, Jack McCreath, director); Jasper United Church; vacations: two acounts of persons vacationing in Jasper area (1919, Leonard D'Appollonia, Bessie Foy Symons); and Eremite Valley Camps.