The fonds consists of copious material related to grants, funding, and financial management; working documents, minutes, and correspondence related to affiliated organizations such as the Edmonton Professional Arts Council, the Independent Film and Video Arts Alliance (later the Independent Media Arts Alliance), and the Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society; monthly and annual general meeting minutes; committee records including minutes and reports from the Production Committee (including records related to the procurement, maintenance, and renting of equipment), the Programming Committee (including records related to exhibitions and distribution), the Executive Committee/Board of Directors (including records related to governance), and the Membership Committee; administrative records including reports, correspondence, and job descriptions related to paid staff such as the executive director and production coordinator; and member and volunteer files. There are also posters, programs, and other promotional material created for FAVA events and a complete series of newsletters and other internal communications. The photographs depict FAVA events.
The collection consists of photographs, some original and some copies, of subjects from the Drayton Valley area. The original images were taken by Loosmore of sites in Drayton Valley and beyond in the 1980s and 1990s while the copies are negatives taken of original photographs that pre-date the originals, ranging from the early 20th century to the 1960s. These images were borrowed from their owners by Loosmore for use in his book, To Trail’s End: Early Settlement in Drayton Valley.
The collection consists of the minutes and financial records of the Bon Accord School District, the minutes and bylaws of the Bon Accord Literary Society, minutes of the Bon Accord Society of Equity, financial records of the Bon Accord and Sturgeon Valley Threshing Company, minutes and financial records of the Bon Accord Women’s Institute, family histories, and photographs of Bon Accord subjects.
The collection consists of discrete record sets from a variety of Calgary women’s groups including the Calgary Women’s Press Club, the Media Club of Canada, the Calgary Press Club, the Women’s Canadian Club, the Calgary Canadian Citizenship Council, the Alberta Heart Foundation, the Ladies Auxiliary, and the Imperial Order of the Daughters of Empire.
The collection consists of programs, pamphlets, and photographs. Programs include events for music festivals and events held in Edmonton by the First Presbyterian Church, the Jubilee Auditorium, McDougall United Church, and the Edmonton Inauguration. Pamphlets cover such topics as temperance and the Canadian Manufacturing Association. The photographs depict McDougall Church classes, McKay Avenue School, Victoria High School, and others.