The fonds consists of 1 audio cassette recorded in 2001, 4 Depression Era glass plates, a plaque from the Trail North Foundation naming Dr. Brown Deputy Trail Master, 1980; a vase purchased from Mrs. George Kasper Johnson and a 1978 Athabasca dollar (a souvenir of the May 27-29, 1978 trip to the Grande Rapids). Added in 2005 is a booklet and a plaque naming Dr. Brown as one of the 100 Physicians of the Century in Alberta. There is a framed photograph of Dr. Brown while she was in practice and photos taken at the 2005 award ceremony. 21.04; handwritten personal letter dated May 3, 1989
The fonds consists of Annual Reports (1983-1990); Official Board Meeting Minutes (1949-1964) and Circuit Board Meeting Minutes (1955-1985, with gaps); Register of baptisms (1958-1984), marriages (1959-1984), and burials (1958-1984); and a Statistical Report (1955)
The fonds consists of two copies of a biographical account of Nicholas (Nylolai) Woronuk and family, written in Ukrainian by a niece, Mrs. John Bzovey of Rycroft. The document was typed and and edited by I. Goresky, of Edmonton, and tells of the family's epic journey from Edson to Grande Prairie in 1913. Included in the fonds are a shorter account of the story, in English, as published in "Ukrainians in Alberta"; additional hand written accounts from the Woronuk family in English and Ukrainian; and a letter from I. Goresky to Dr. Jerry Petryshyn referencing the history of Ukrainians in Alberta, and especially the Woronuk family.
Western band of 11 members called "Alf and His Ramblers". Top Row L-R: Albert Cameron and Richard Weibe, guitars. Alf Walsh, leader and fiddler. Claude Stubley, bass and MC. Vern Braaten, accordion player. Bottom Row L-R: Singing Sweethearts, Diane Rueb and Ardith Bielman. Chuck Gullion, steel. "Sparkles" Stubley and Richie Walsh, vocal. Front: Eddie Stevens, vocal and MC. Claude Stubley was one of the first pick-up men at the first stampedes.