Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1902-1940). II Correspondence (1899-1941). Communications with constituents; politicians; business people. III Family and business matters (1897-1940). Includes clippings; correspondence; land transfers. IV Government of Alberta (1905-1913). Includes memoranda and notes relating to departments and offices; founding of the province; general business; office of the premier. V Intergovernmental business (1905-1910). VI Library ([19þ]). Includes inventory; lists of pamphlets. VII Memorabilia (1907- 1912). Consists mainly of invitations. VIII Northwest Territories, Strathcona, Edmonton (1898-1931). Includes agreements; correspondence; estimates; memoranda; reports. IX Personal (1902-1936). Includes correspondence, memoranda, notes, and speeches; minutes and correspondence of the McGill Graduates' Society of Northern Alberta (A.C. Rutherford, President), 1920- 1936. X Photographs (1907). Alberta and Great Waterways Railway construction (5 images). XI Railroads (1906-1910). Includes memoranda, notes, regulations, and reports relating to railway construction and rail transport in Alberta. XII University of Alberta (1905-1936). Includes agendas; calendars; reports. Consists mainly of incoming correspondence.
This is a fragment of the Alexander Cameron Rutherford fonds, consisting of correspondence relating to his activities as a candidate for the North-West Territories Legislature, service as Secretary-Treasurer of the Town of Strathcona, N.W.T., officer of the Strathcona Liberal Association and Premier of Alberta. Also included are documents relating to Alexander Cameron Rutherford and the Town of Strathcona, possibly acquired by Doug Babcock during his research for his biography, Alexander Cameron Rutherford: A gentleman of Strathcona, 1980.
Ms Sabin met with Lynne French of the AARN to read a survey of her career in nursing which was prepared following an outline from the History of Nursing Professional Practice Group. She describes the daily routine and the training program of student nurses, 1933-1938, and the changes brought about by the Weir Report (1932) and the CNA curriculum study (1936). On graduation, Ms Sabin was employed by the Provincial Public Health Nursing Branch, serving in Alder Flats/Pendryl. She summarizes the history of the nursing service, which began in Alberta in 1918 with 8 graduate nurses. She describes the types of work carried out by the public health nurses and the programs they could initiate in the rural areas: maternity and child care, homecare, school health, First Aid and immunization (among many others). Ms. Sabin also comments on effects of the changes brought about by restructuring of health care in Alberta during the 1990s. She sees a complete break with the services and programs that were in effect during her career.
The fonds consists of Sauder's correspondence regarding the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District including employees, trees and shrubs, repairs to system, and correspondence with government. Includes photograph albums of irrigation works and other scenes.
Fonds consists of this series: Universiade '83 Fencing events (1983). Includes blueprints, correspondence, handbooks, news releases, press kit, programs, signs and timetables gathered during Mr. Schwarzkopf's tenure as Media Centre Manager.
Fonds consists of 1 judge's notebook for 1923-24, during Scott's tenure on the Supreme Court of Alberta Appellate Division. Also includes appellant's case and judgment of the Privy Council in 1922 appeal to the Privy Council regarding who properly held the title of Chief Justice of Alberta.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Richard York of Edmonton and dating from 1884 to 1980. The fonds consists of correspondence, personal documents and other materials. The majority of correspondence in this fonds relates to Mr. Secord's involvement in various historically related organizations. The other information deals to a lesser extent with personal and family matters.
The fonds consists of views of towns, individuals, buildings, churches of rural communities in Alberta dating from 1973 to 1981, and images of Chinese Canadians dating from 1984. The fonds also includes a self-portrait of Semchishen dating from 1980.