The fonds consists of photographs of the Drumheller area including coal mines (primarily the Rosedale mine), personalities, Toshach store, other Drumheller buildings, and local organizations. Includes Myrtle's papers about the history of the area and posters.
This fonds contains records gathered by Bertha Lawrence from her involvement in various organizations associated with the United Nations Association, Edmonton Branch, including Edmonton and District International Aid Society, Miles For Millions, UNICEF, Public Education Committee, and UN publications and policy documents. There is also other material related to Ms. Lawrence's work with international organizations, including the League of Nations.
Fonds consists of a 1911 issue of the Edmonton Bulletin newspaper, and lantern slide sets containing photographs and paintings which illustrate various themes, including British history, Greek monuments and buildings, The Courtship of Miles Standish, Evangeline, Enoch Arden, and Hiawatha. Fonds also contains lantern slides depicting various people, buildings, views, and public events in Alberta, and lecture notes and corresponding slides compiled by Ernest Brown which depict various people and locations involved in the Riel Rebellion.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook created by Bertha Biggs between 1930 and 1962. The scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings pertaining to Edmontonians, especially members of the Anglican church and radio personalities.
Fonds consists of accounts and minutes of the Rural Municipality of Nelson No.638 and the Soldiers' Home Property Register. Also includes notes, historical sketches, and reminiscences written by Bernie C. Hart about various people and places in the County of Athabasca No. 12, including such diverse topics as pioneer histories, the Alberta Social Credit Party, grain elevators, bulls, oil development, municipal elections, fencing, school districts, and Hart's experiences while working as an assessor.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Bessie McAvoy of Edmonton and dating from 1922 to 1992. The fonds consists of clippings; a list of the city mayors; a history of the Edmonton school district with documentation from that history's research; a manuscript of Irene Cornwall re: George Hustler and Lotta Dempsey; Miss McAvoy's memoirs and an autobiography, including details of her old neighbourhood - now the downtown core of Edmonton; miscellaneous articles and a copy of News for Seniors, October 1992. MS 526.3: This fonds consists of related to the life and career of Bessie McAvoy, including her childhood home, her sister Doris Redman, her tennis career, and her education (including two university papers and a copy of "The Souvernir -- Calgary Normal School, 1925-26". This fonds also includes information on clothing, the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Dr. Chase's Marvelous Medicinal Almanac, and the Second World War Homefront.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Beth Shalom Synagogue from 1951-2007. The fonds consists of these series: 1. Bulletins (1972-2007) The series consists of copies of the Beth Shalom Bulletin, a newsletter published by the synagogue. 2. Programs (1951- 2007) The series consists of programs published by Beth Shalom Synagogue for various events and awards. 3. Miscellaneous (ca. 1975-2006) The series consists of histories, photographs, and other materials. 4. Eulogies (1960-2007) The series consists of 82 eulogies prepared for members of the Beth Shalom Congregation. 5. Minutes (1932-42; 1960-62; 1967-70; 1971-2000) The series consists of minutes of the Board of Directors of Beth Shalom Synagogue. 6. AGM Minutes (1989, 1996-1999) The series consists of minutes of the Beth Shalom Annual General Meetings. 7. Executive Committee Minutes (1996-2000). The series consists of minutes of the Beth Shalom Executive Committee.