The fonds consists of photocopies of register of baptisms, marriages and deaths (1883-1926); a lantern slide show (ca.1914) about the work of Anglican missions during the settlement of the Canadian West (ca. 1914), used to raise money in England; 75th anniversary program (1950); program regarding designation as historic site (1975); Proceedings of 51st Meeting of Synod, Diocese of Calgary; and photographs of Anglican clergy and church interiors. The lantern slide show consists of slides and an accompanying script describing the railway, immigrants, Anglican missions, churches and clergy, settlers' homes, transportation (horses, sleighs, wagons), and activities of the Church in Western Canada (this version has been re-created by Glenbow from a photocopy of the original script and scans of the lantern slides.)
Fonds consists of copied records, that date from 1898-1964, including a personal reminiscence by Catherine McLean and photographs depicting Samuel McCauley, bridges, a ferry, horses and carriages, an ice breaker, and a train.
The fonds consists of F.R. Cathro's diary (1920-1924), stock book (1893-1922), Aberdeen Angus registrations and pedigrees (1905-1929, 1940-1946) and account books (1929-1950); Matthews Music House piano sales books, tax returns and financial statements (1916-1943), and an interview with Ruth Samuelson about the store (1991); Highland Stock Farms basic herd records, cashbooks and posters (1947-1966); and personal papers of C.C. Matthews and other family members. Includes the minute book of the Alberta Musical Festival Association, Calgary branch (1920-1931).
The fonds consists of a notebook, maintained from June 25 to October 4, 1905. Each entry documents a shipment of cattle, and lists the number of cows, steers, or bulls shipped, and drawings of the animals' brands.
The fonds consists of excerpts from CBC Edmonton Television program, Monday Magazine, April 17, 1986 regarding: Parkview quilt, Performing Arts Centre, Athabasca Archives, Johnny Guay and stage coach, street interviews, and Mayor Tony Schinkinger; CFRN News report, Sept.20, 1989; and CBC News Dec.6, 1989 feature on Mike Cardinal, M.L.A.
This collection consists of material from W.A. West's work on the book "Army of the West" on the history of western Canadian military units and their involvement in various military campaigns. This includes his research, book drafts and proofs, as well as numerous photographs. Also with this collection are files related to updating the chain of office for the Mayor of the City of Edmonton, and a scrapbook and tapes from the second ride of the Alberta Field Force from Calgary to Edmonton in 1979 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the City of Edmonton. Finally, this collection includes files, newspaper clippings and photographs related to the Prince of Wales Armoury Foundations efforts to "save" the Prince of Wales Armouries.
Fonds consists of these series: I Art portfolios (1891-1946). II Blueprints (1927). University of Alberta Varsity Rink. III Correspondence (1907-1968). Mainly business and professional matters. IV Drawings (1896-1953). Includes sketches and tracings, mainly of University of Alberta buildings, and St. Aidan's College. V Lectures and talks (1908-1951). Relates mainly to art; architecture; history; town planning; the military. VI Maps (1933-1953). Relates mainly to Edmonton. VII Memoirs (1969). Interview by James M. Parker, recorded on one sound tape cassette. VIII Notebooks [18þ - 19þ]. IX Paintings [18þ - 19þ]. X Photographs (1914-1931). Relates mainly to buildings (ca. 70 images). XI Postcards [18þ - 19þ]. Used for reference in art and architecture classes. XII Printed and published material (1952- 1958). XIII Reports (1942-1958). XIV Subject files (1914-1949). Includes correspondence; notes.
The fonds consists of the records created by Celebration of Women in the Arts during the course of conducting its activities. The fonds is organized in the following two series: operational files with bylaws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, membership information and publications created or received by the society; and project files which present information on activities of interest to the society.