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Only top-level descriptions Red Deer and District Archives Land, settlement and immigration
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CHCA television

  • RED MG 574 CHCA fonds
  • Fonds
  • 1940-2009

Fonds consists of the administrative and operational records created, accumulated and used by CHCA television in their activities creating, recording, and editing television broadcasts for Red Deer and area.

Records include video tapes, photographs, negatives, slides, documents, contact sheets, and miscellaneous documents relating to C.H.C.A. Television and R.D.T.V. Topics include local sports, rodeo (local and around the province, Makin' 8 series), protests and strikes, crime, fundraisers and events, and local businesses. Some videos also include national and international news and sports, including NHL highlight reels.

No series assignment has been applied to the fonds.

CHCA Television

Central Alberta Regional Museum Network fonds

  • RED MG 581
  • Fonds
  • 1994-2001

Fonds consists of the records from administrative and project activities, as created, used, and accumulated by the Central Alberta Regional Museum Network staff, volunteers, and contractors.

The types of records include minutes, agendas, workshop information, grants information, research notes (Inventive Spirit project, CARMN Trails and Stopping Places project, ), reports (Unspoken Words of Aspenland, The Formation of Mind and Spirit, Lesbian and Gay Life in Alberta, Novacor), and photocopies of original records for research purposes.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

Starting Anew Management Committee

  • RED MG 583 Starting Anew Management Committee fonds
  • Fonds
  • 2003-2005

Fonds consists of the administrative and research materials created, accumulated, and used by the Starting Anew Management Committee during their activities creating the Starting Anew project collecting stories about and by immigrants to Canada.

The fonds includes both oral history interviews and written submissions from community members who immigrated in the second or third wave of immigration to the Central Alberta area. The project involved approximately 75 to 100 participants coming from other parts of Canada and 25 different countries. The fonds also includes promotional material, administrative material, information sheets and general notes. The types of records include minutes, planning related documents, transcripts, photographs, audio interviews, and video recordings.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

Starting Anew