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Robert William Tannas collection

  • CA ATH ath-2180
  • Collection
  • 1912-2010

The fonds consists of a copy of the 1938 poem "Yarn of the Howling Gale, Cameron Shipyards, Athabasca" by William Bleasdell Cameron; a photograph of Mrs. Katherine Flynn (O'Brien); 2 articles about the 1907-1914 journey of Norwegian reindeer via Newfoundland, through Athabasca Landing to Fort Smith, NWT; a piece of pottery made by Athabasca Clay Products; a large framed photograph entitled "laying water main at Athabasca" [over the Muskeg Creek] with the name Voldeng & Bolton, 255 Jasper East, Edmonton written in one corner; and a photo of a man holding a hat (possible connections to Amber Valley). 22.07: Nick Evasiuk poems and stories, Athabasca University 11th Convocation tribute to George Ryga invitation and program, 27 Canadiana books (inventory is available),

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Demchuk and Evasiuk family fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2168
  • Fonds
  • 1941-2007

The fonds consists of Alberta provincial business licenses dated 1941-1979 (not complete); Town of Athabasca business licenses dated 1978-2007; bicycle sales records for 1956-1958, 1963-1976; and account books for July, 1937 to December, 2002. The photographs include Nick and Nettie's wedding, their children Gail and David, their house, Lena Demchuk's 102 birthday party in 1996, and Elizabeth Sieminski (Demchuk). The artifacts are a small red plastic piggy bank labelled "Mike's Store", two oil paintings by Nick and Nettie Evasiuk, a pair of Sealtred plastic overshoes in their box, a pair of Trramps black leather laced boots in their box, a men's Monarch Knit hose box, and a tube of Ampollina Dye. There is also a book entitled "Athabasca and the world, environmental verses" by Nick Evasiuk, 1989 and a photograph of Nick and his friend, George Ryga, taken in Mexico in 1980.
17.01 Ludie Lewis donated a commemorative "Mike's Store" photo album created for Dave Evasiuk on his 57th birthday just two days before he passed away.
18.22; Nick Evasiuk military photos and information; Mike Demchuk class photos, Brandon Manitoba; Nick Evasiuk book of poems; two letters
22.17: Nick Evasiuk "Khaki University, 1945" class photo taken at Devonshire House, London, England.

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Don Tannas fonds

  • MOTH moth-5
  • Fonds
  • 1922-1987

The fonds consists of collected pamphlets and historical essays; collected High River promotional brochures, maps, and pamphlets; school handbooks (1967, 1983-1985); correspondence and collected campaign materials of the federal Progressive Conservative party (1967, 1976-1980); reports, minutes, and correspondence regarding planning, economic development, and heritage conservation in the Town of High River (1952-1987); and his collection of matchbook covers (ca. 1940-ca. 1960). Includes a transcript of a report of the journey of Lt.-Col. Patrick Robertson-Ross from Fort Edmonton through the Kootanie Pass to the Kootanie River (originally written 1872); a pocket book of township maps annotated to indicate property owners in the Highwood region (ca. 1935); an essay by Bert Sheppard on the TL Ranch (ca. 1952); essay, "The Story of Chief Medicine Hat" by Adrian Hope (1962); report of the Committee of Inquiry regarding personnel matters at High River General Hospital (1970); records of the High River High School Reunion (1979-1980); and photographs of the Bar U Ranch (1947).

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Robert William Tannas fonds

  • CA ATH 85.316 etc.
  • Fonds
  • 1980-2010

The fonds consists of photographs taken at town events, theatre productions, library/archives events, Remembrance Day services, Agricultural Society parades, Meanook Biological Station (Dominion Observatory), Edwin Parr Composite Community School graduations (1988, 1989), Alberta Pacific Environmental Impact Assessment Review Board meetings (1989), and four scrapbooks of clippings about Athabasca. Bob took photographs of the town's 75th anniversary proceedings. In 2009 Bob took 76 photographs of buildings in the Town of Athabasca and of the demolition of the Athabasca Community Centre. 2010 photos include the inside of the former and the new Buy-Low Foods store, and the demolition of the former store. Further donations include photos of potter Alfred Messerli, 1985 remodelling of Edwin Parr Composite High School, Calling River telegraph station, Pelican Settlement in 1979, 1973 Boyle High School Boys Curling team win provincials, Remembrance Day 2003, and author Holly (Holt)Kennedy, 22.04: Athabasca & District Senior Citizens records 2009 – 2016. 22.07: Stucco School plans to renovate it for the Athabasca Public Library and Archives; Athabasca Landing: An Illustrated History copyright; Athabasca Public Library misc correspondence, bylaws and financials, and Stucco School renovation plans for the Athabasca Public Library and Archives

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Anton Joseph Schinkinger fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2099
  • Fonds
  • 1943-1992

The fonds consists of photographs of: Athabasca & District Board of Trade sign near Westlock (1948), Nick Evasiuk, pier on Tawatinaw Creek (1950s), Bob, Colin and Vince Preece; Anton (Tony) and Kurt Schinkinger, the first store and its replacement store built in 1975, Valentine (Val) Breckenridge, Riverside Recreation Area sign, 1971 parade photo and the Steve Berezan family. Tony wrote an article entitled "Reflections of the old swimming hole" and an article about his time in the navy. The artifacts are a postal scale, two photographs framed with an article from the Athabasca Echo newspaper of Aug.25, 1982 regarding the family business, and a plaque commemorating the closing of Schinkinger's Mens Wear in Feb. 1992. 22.12: Fourteen photos recording the ceremony opening secondary highway 813 in September, 1989, "The Gleaner," 1938 Athabasca Public School yearbook, program from 1961 50th anniversary, program from 1967 Centennial play, program from 1971 60th anniversary.

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