The fonds consists of records created by Mr. Ridge in pursuance of his role as the Provincial Archivist of Alberta, documenting what he thought to be important or mandatory transfers of records to the Archives. Also included in the fonds are the personal papers of Mr. Ridge that, for the majority, were created as a result of his active involvement in the national and international archival community. The fonds consists of two series: Personal papers, and Records of the Provincial Archivist.
The fonds consists of a research paper covering the period 1781-1990, edited by the Albers family, on the history of the Svenskbybo-people. It also includes a detailed genealogy of the Albers family and it holds a few family members' memoirs on World War II and farming life in Alberta. These memoirs were transcribed from audiotaped interviews not preserved by the family.
The fonds consists of constitutions, minutes, correspondence, financial statements, reports, pamphlets, and newsclippings. RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Alberta Association of Children with Learning Disabilites, Alberta Association for the Mentally Retarded, Alberta Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary Association for the Mentally Retarded, Calgary Indian Friendship Centre, Citizen Advocacy Society of Calgary, and Riverside Villa.
The fonds consists of records of the Alberta Estonian Heritage Society including membership lists, photographs of members and events organized by the society, minute meetings, financial records, and copies of their newsletter, Ajakaja. The fonds also includes materials relating to the construction of their informational website, "Alberta's Estonian Heritage", the production of their documentary "Alberta's Estonians", and the creation of the illustrated book "The Story of Alberta's Estonians." The fonds also includes three additional series: The Calgary Estonian Society series PR3396.0001, The Edmonton Estonian Society series PR3396.0002, and The Medicine Valley Estonian Society series PR3396.0003.
The fonds consists of: a Certificate of Incorporation (1911); cash and payroll book (1911-1917); various war order contracts and associated documents between the Foundry and the Department of Munitions and Supply (1941-1945); Memorandum of Association (1911); Minute Books (1911-1922); copied page from Minute Book showing Canadian Farm Implements take over in 1923. Asset Ledgers (1955-82), Customer Ledger (1950-60), Accounts Payable Ledger (1929-59); images of various scenes at Alberta Foundry and Machine Co., Canadian Farm Implements, Connaught School, and Sarnia Ranch.
The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, slides, videotapes and copies of records pertaining to the C.C. Matthews house at 202-2nd Avenue SE, Calgary, including land titles documents, Matthews family tree, and photographs of the family and house.
Alberta Historical Preservation and Re-Building Society
The fonds consists of constitution and policy manuals (1953-1995); annual reports (1944-1999); minutes (1934-1999); records of Calgary Home Economists in Business (1970-1984); committee records (1963-1987); membership records ((1941-1999); financial records ((1934-1984); correspondence (1969-1982); records of affiliated organizations (1960-1981); records of projects and activities ((1961-1992); newsletters (1964-1999); and newspaper clippings and scrapbooks (1969-1986).
Alberta Home Economics Association. Calgary Branch