The fonds consists of records created by Mr. Ridge in pursuance of his role as the Provincial Archivist of Alberta, documenting what he thought to be important or mandatory transfers of records to the Archives. Also included in the fonds are the personal papers of Mr. Ridge that, for the majority, were created as a result of his active involvement in the national and international archival community. The fonds consists of two series: Personal papers, and Records of the Provincial Archivist.
The fonds consists of a research paper covering the period 1781-1990, edited by the Albers family, on the history of the Svenskbybo-people. It also includes a detailed genealogy of the Albers family and it holds a few family members' memoirs on World War II and farming life in Alberta. These memoirs were transcribed from audiotaped interviews not preserved by the family.
The fonds consists of three photographs. The photographs depict different views of activities occurring at Benesch's sawmill, located at Lobstick Jct [Junction], including:;- a shot of men posing around a saw, logs and cut planks;- lumber piles and a horse and cart carrying lumber;- and a view of log piles taken from Auto road.
The fonds consists of images of the Alberta Avenue Community League hockey team (1928), the H.A. Gray Public School Skating Relay Champions (1930), the Edmonton Capitals hockey team (1930-1931) and the Canadian Hockey Club (1934-1935).
Sous-fonds contains records relating to the Commission's funding of community-based agencies, delivery of treatment programs, youth addiction prevention programs, the IMPACT Client Assessment Program, program planning and development, and policy development. The sous-fonds contains correspondence, client case files, financial and budget records, and meeting minutes and agendas. The records have been arranged into the following series: Client case files; Commission executive records; Funded agencies records; Human resources records; IMPACT Client Assessment Program operational records; Youth services addiction prevention and education records.
Consist of records that predate the establishment of the Alberta Assessment Appeal Board. The sous-fonds consists of two series, Judges Notebooks from 1954 to 1974 and Appeal Case Records form 1941 to 1982.
The sous-fonds consist of the following series: Administration Records from 1955 to 1985; Alberta Business Registers for 1977; Research Report Records from 1969 to 1985; Projects, Programs and Survey Records from 1955 to 1991; Census Records from 1969 to 1986; and Publication Records from 1955 to 1986.
The fonds consists of the following series: Construction Branch 1905 to1967; Equipment Branch 1932 to 1957; Motor Vehicles Branch 1951 to 1971; Maintenance Branch 1954 to 1959; and Department of Public Works, Highways Branch [ca. 1930] to 1950.