The fonds consists of personal correspondence, diaries (1939-1943, 1964-1965, 1972), newsclippings, photographs, and momentos of Aileen Fish and her husband; and notes and reference material for her speeches.
Fonds consists of textual records and photographs by and about Aileen Harmon, as well as collected items. Textual records include: letter from Harmon to the Director of Alberta's provincial parks re addition of Yamnuska area to Bow Valley Provincial Park, 1973; brief, from Harvie Heights and Bow Valley subdivision residents to public hearings on land use and resource development in the eastern slopes, 1973; letter re James Hector, 1979; notes on career, 2003; notes on Catharine Whyte for CBC recording, 2004; Tales from my mountain life, for friends and family / Aileen Harmon : [reminiscences], 2005; Christmas cards and collected articles, ca.1960. Photographs, made by and collected by Aileen Harmon, pertain to Aileen Harmon and friends, skiing, Skoki area, Mount Yamnuska, Banff Indian Days. Includes photographs by Byron Harmon.
Fonds consists of Al Burgess dictation files for "Everest Canada: the ultimate challenge" (by Al Burgess and Jim Palmer, published 1983), and accompanying typewritten transcripts. Recordings have titles and correspond to the organization of the book. One recording is autobiographical.
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.
Fonds consists of these series: I Personal affairs ([1910?]- 1977). Includes certificates; clippings; correspondence; financial statements; income tax returns; memoirs. II Photographs (1911- 1960). Images depicting Dr. Cameron's career, from early field trips in northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories to professional associations and formal occasions later in Nova Scotia (ca. 1460 photographs). III Professional activities (1911- 1969). Diaries and notebooks recording the results of geological or topographical investigations; reports on economics, education, labour, resources; speeches and lecture notes.
The fonds consists of church registers of baptisms, 1919-1925, marriages, 1917-1925; and burials, 1919-1925; circuit register, 1920-1924; members and adherents, 1914-1925; cash books, 1922-1925; Ladies' Aid treasurer's book, 1915-1922.
Albany Avenue Methodist Church (Edmonton, Alberta)
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.