The fonds consists of materials created by the Alberta Teachers' Association Athabasca Local #3 between 1937 and 1996. The fonds consists of minutes of Athabasca Local #3 of the Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA) between 1945 and March 1973 and September 1982 and November 1994; Athabasca Sub-Local minutes September 1950 to May 1962; financial statements September 1937-1995 (non-inclusive), correspondence, agenda, committee reports, annual reports to the ATA, newsletters, photographs and slides related to the book Clover and Wild Strawberries and files pertaining to workshops, public relations and conferences. Includes minutes of the Athabasca sub-local, report regarding regionalization of the Aspen View Regional Division, and a photograph of Edwin Parr Composite Community School ca. 1961. There is also a reprint of the ATA magazine of June, 1920 and an original of the Alberta Teachers' Alliance Inc. magazine, Jan., 1933.
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 materials created by the Athabasca Diocese of the Anglican Church between 1934 and 1986. The fonds consists of a Missionary Society Church of England in Canada leaflet on the Athabasca Diocese, a 27 page booklet celebrating the 75th anniversary of The Diocese of Athabaska in 1949, handbills celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Diocese (1974), Thanksgiving Service 1944, the 50th Anniversary of St. Andrews Church (1986), and the retirement dinner for Bishop James Pierce in 1974.
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Athabasca fonds
The fonds consists of a photograph view of Athabasca as seen from the north side of the river and a postcard view of Skinner Street in 1914. The postcard was sent by Nettie to her daughter Agnes Allen in Galesburg, ILL.
The fonds consists of photographs of Art Schumacher, Pat Keegan, airplanes, Baptiste Lake, Athabasca United Church, Athabasca Brick School, and views of Athabasca in the 1960s. Erwin Schumacher wrote to the Athabasca Baseball Club in 1933 offering to do airobatic feats for money.
The fonds consists of 1971 population statistics, and annual reports for 1983, 1985; and the 1995 Athabasca Youth Tobacco Survey. There are 16 photographs of the members of the Athabasca Health Unit Boards from 1984 to 1994 as well as a photograph of the first chair, Val Breckenridge.
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.