The fonds consists of incorporation certificate and by-laws; membership lists; minutes and agendas for 1989-1991; financial statements for 1976-1994; government grants; correspondence and programs for 1977-1994. The artifacts are a button and a society stamp.
The fonds consists of 28 original black and white photographs, 7 photographs developed from negatives, and two pages of excerpts from letters written to his fiance. The excerpts are filed with the photographs. The photos include: Athabasca, Grand Rapids and tramway, House River, oil well drilling rigs, Pelican gas wells, and steamboats.
The fonds consists of 22 photographs copied from originals owned by Owen Jordan. These include family members, 1947-48 Grade 9 class, Jordan sawmill; Horace Hinton, Pete Kisby and Jack Saunders from Amber Valley; 1944,1945, and 1953 Grosmont baseball teams, stacking hay, and 1952 view of interior of Anglican Boys Hostel.
The fonds consists of 8 video cassettes filmed by John Stychin in 1985 and 1986 relating to: 19th annual Fish and Game Trophy Night; Athabasca University opening June 15, 1985; 75th Athabasca Anniversary Kick-Off Night Jan. 25, 1986 and RCMP Musical Ride; play "Dirty Work at the Crossroads" April, 1986; Athabasca Agribition and Trade Fair and Athabasca Gun Club Annual Black Powder Shoot, June, 1986; 75th Anniversary Fireworks, Rededication Service of the Athabasca United Church, and 75th Anniversary Supper, Sept. 19, 1986; Christening of the stage coach, Athabasca Firemen's Ball, Edmonton Journal Anniversary Supper, Athabasca Celebration Committee, and Street Parade. There is also a notepad from Stychin Services Ltd.
The fonds consists of the charter and by-laws; financial statements for 1983-1989; special project reports such as skate-a-thons, FCSS van purchase and baseball diamond construction; correspondence and some membership lists; 3 scrapbooks of clippings and photographs from 1956-1966, 1981-1982, 1962-1985.There is a special collection of material regarding the 1966 Klondike Karavan on the Athabasca Landing Trail. The artifacts include 2 large Kinsmen flags, a vest, trophies and corporate seals. In 1983 the Kinsmen Club sponsored the RCMP Musical Ride.
The fonds consists of the financial record books for 1958-1971; financial statements for 1981-1982, 1983-1984; minutes for 1965-1975; bulletins for 1981-1985; some correspondence and project information; 10 scrapbooks with photographs from 1957-1975, 1977-1987, 1991, 1995-1996. The artifact is a 22 cm tall brass bell. In 1987 the club produced a monopoly-like game: "Game of Athabasca".
The fonds consists of 12 photographs of buildings in the Town of Athabasca. These photographs are interspersed in a photo album with accession 86.39 to show the buildings as they stood in order on the streets of Athabasca.
The fonds consists of a 104 page book which includes all the original photographs and a brief biography of each student, 2 photocopies of this book, a guest book and photocopies of many editions of the school newspaper "Whispers" for 1949-1950. The 21 display sheets include newspaper clippings and copies of photographs of students, staff and school activities for 1947-1952.
The collection consists of 98 photographs and 59 negatives of buildings in the Town of Athabasca. They have been described as a collection because they all pertain to buildings that are, or have been, located in Athabasca.
The fonds consists of Dokeville School Board minutes for 1914-1937; school district cash book for 1915, 1925-1936; assessment and tax rolls for Dokeville School District 1928-1933; daily registers for 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37; Department of Education School Act books for 1916, 1927; and a service record book for a bull sent by the Dominion Live Stock Branch to improve herd quality, 1921.