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Hope Hargrave Michael fonds

  • CA MED med-510
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1783-2001]; predominantly 1894-2001

The fonds consists of: Eight Series:;1. Hope Michael and her family. -- 1908-[ca. 2001]. -- 65 cm of textual records. -- 9 photograph albums;Series consists of: folders containing information on the Sissons family, Nancy & John Fulton, Lorna & Bob Butler, Mary & Rod Harle, John Hargrave, Hope H. Michael, JH Ranch History, Family Recipes, Royal Antler Ranch, Will Hargrave, various friends, St. John's Presbyterian Church, Harry Hargrave Jr., Harry Hargrave Sr., random family members, and Muriel & Joe Gilchrist; three boxes of family letters, photo albums, and family portraits and photographs. 2. Hope Michael's genealogy and family history research. -- [ca. 1783]-2001. -- 1.23 m of textual records. -- 1 audio cassette;Series consists of: genealogical and family history research on the Marlatts, the Sissons, the Whimsters, and the Hargraves; Medicine Hat Genealogical Society material; family portraits. 3. Literary Club material. -- 1911-1967. -- 39 cm of textual records;Series consists of: various Medicine Hat Literary Club material; literary papers written by Hope H. Michael and Mary W. Hargrave. 4. Hope Michael's Teaching Career. -- 1931-[ca. 1989]. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: school pictures of Hope H. Michael; various documents regarding Hope's retirement; clippings and various documents regarding Hope's teaching career. 5. Mary Whimster Hargrave. -- 1894-1977. -- 52 cm of textual records;Series consists of: clippings taken by Mary W. Hargrave regarding various family members; negatives and photographs; various appointment books; material from the Banff School of Fine Arts; family letters; documents regarding Mary W. Hargrave's death; mementos saved by Mary W. Hargrave. 6. Medicine Hat Historical Society material. -- [196-?]-1990. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: Medicine Hat Historical Society material; documents regarding Hope H. Michael's Heritabe Merit Award; documents regarding Hope H. Michael's life membership to the Medicine Hat Historical Society. 7. Bert Hargrave material. -- 1956-[ca. 1990]. -- 13 cm of textual records;Series consists of: folders containing information on Bert's government career, Bert's military career, Bert's ranching career, Bert's Honourary degree, and Bert's death. 8. Photographs. -- [ca. 1880]-1999. -- 383 photographs. -- 541 negatives;Series consists of: various photographs of the Hargraves, the Whimsters, the Marlatts, and other random family members from various locations in North America and Europe. Photographs were taken of scenery, people, buildings, family vacations, holidays, and things regarding family history.

Michael, Hope Hargrave

Geraldine and Douglas Moodie fonds

  • GLEN glen-3916
  • Fonds
  • 1813-1967, predominant 1895-1915

The fonds consists primarily of photographs taken by Geraldine Moodie at Battleford (including an 1895 Cree sun dance), Maple Creek, and Hudson Bay; and photos taken by Douglas Moodie during the two Hudson Bay expeditions, and the Governor-General's trip. The fonds also consists of diaries kept by both Geraldine and Douglas during their time in the north, and registers and copyright records related to their photography. Significant records of their ancestors and descendants in this fonds include James FitzGibbons memoirs and correspondence re his military career and Isaac Brock (1813-1865); poems and correspondence of the Strickland women (1830-1907); Agnes Dunbar Chamberlin's botanical sketchbook (1874-1883); and newspaper clippings re the Earl and Countess of Egmont (1932-1938).

Moodie, Geraldine (family)

E.P. Scarlett fonds

  • GLEN glen-2056
  • Fonds
  • 1814-1981

The fonds consists of diaries (1909-1964) of Earle and Jean Scarlett; correspondence between Earle and Jean (1917-1929); correspondence with family members, friends and colleagues; copies of published articles; drafts of articles, addresses and broadcasts (1935-1979); interview with Scarlett by Charles Roland; reference files; and photographs of student years, military service, Calgary events and family.

Scarlett, E.P.

Ina Dennekamp fonds

  • pfla ID
  • Fonds
  • 1841-2014, predominant 1980 - 1995

Fonds consists of the records created and compiled by Ina Dennekamp in connection with her work on the history of Canadian women composers. The bulk of the material was assembled between 1988 and 1992 either as part of a Canada Council Explorations Grant project entitled The History of Canadian Women Composers or as part of her weekly radio program Women of Note. Additional materials may relate to her role in the founding and administration of the BC Chapter of the Association of Canadian Women Composers (ACWC) and Women in Music (WIM). The fonds includes correspondence, notes, periodicals and other publications, course materials, interviews (transcripts and sound recordings), performance recordings, broadcast recordings, a collection of scores and sheet music, and a collection of commercial recordings.

Dennekamp, Ina

George and John McDougall family fonds

  • GLEN glen-1597
  • Fonds
  • 1841-1969, predominant 1858-1944.

The fonds consists primarily of the papers of the Reverends George and John McDougall, related to their work as Wesleyan Methodist missionaries in Alberta. George McDougall's records consist of appointments; correspondence mainly regarding Methodist missionary work; mission administrative records including a baptism register; and a small amount of his writings and sermons. John McDougall's records consist of appointments; letters written to his wife while attending Methodist conferences and during the 1885 Riel Rebellion; official correspondence regarding his missionary work; mission administrative records including baptism and marriage registers; and his writings, sermons and talks. The fonds also contains the writings, speeches, and scrapbooks of John's wife Elizabeth, and the First World War letters of David L. McDougall. Included in the fonds are small amounts of papers for these family members: Eliza Hardisty, Augusta Mathieson, George M. McDougall (junior), John B. McDougall, Lillian E. Graham, Douglas J. McDougall, John E. Graham, and William Graham.
Records related to the following people and subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Samuel Boyd, Central Methodist (United) Church, W.J.Christie, Elkhorn Ranch, James Ferrier, 50th Battalion C.E.F., Sandford Fleming, Frog Lake, Bella Hardisty, Richard Hardisty, James Lougheed, Methodist Missionary Society, Morley, Hayter Reed, Andrew Sibbald, Southern Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association, T. Bland Strange, Alexander Sutherland, Lawrence Vankoughnet, Lachlin Taylor, Enoch Wood, Woodville Mission (Pigeon Lake), Thomas Woolsey, and George Young.

McDougall (family)

George and Norma Piper Pocaterra fonds

  • GLEN glen-1875
  • Fonds
  • 1848-1979, predominant 1905-1979.

The fonds consists of George's diaries (1935-1969), correspondence (1905-1971), ranching records, reminiscences, obituary, recorded speech and interview; Norma's diaries (1935-1940, 1970-1979), correspondence (1925-1978), musical career records (publicity, programs, recordings of her singing, etc.), reminiscences, her biography of George, and two recorded interviews; and the Pocaterra's financial records, tax returns, scrapbooks, and photographs and slides of Kananaskis, ranches, Italy, opera, and family members. Includes Dr. W.A. Piper's correspondence, speeches, oil company prospectuses and dentistry photographs.
Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Alberta Dental Association, Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Association, David Bearspaw, R.B. Bennett, Calgary Allied Arts Council, Calgary Dental Society, Calgary District Planning Commission, Calgary Stock Exchange, coal, Susan Davy, Fred Dippie, Canon Samuel H. Middleton, Olive Parnell, R.M. Patterson, Lawrence Stafford Piper, Richard Lloyd Piper, recipes, Round T Ranch (Pekisko), Harper Sibley, Temple Sinclair, J.S. Thompson, Dr. Ray Clarence Thorpe, and Guy Weadick.

Pocaterra (family)

William Berry family fonds

  • GLEN glen-245
  • Fonds
  • 1856-1964, predominant 1909-1964

The fonds consists of George's correspondence, receipts, legal records, and insurance policies; Ada's correspondence with her children, her short stories and poems; George and Ada's family photographs (1901-1916); Herbert's school work books, notes, exams, military certificates, notebooks and photographs (primarily of Canadian military hospital on Lemnos); Hugh's farm correspondence, receipts, legal records, school reports, political material, and postcards; A. Gladys' correspondence, receipts, and legal records; P. Harold Morgan's insurance policies and irrigation and farm prices notebook; and H. William's contest entries. Includes correspondence, account books and sales agreement of the Strathmore Hardware Co. (1911-1924); Strathmore Sorosis Society minutes and correspondence (1934); Gleichen Conservative Constituency Association minute book (1958-1962); Oat Huller Coop agreements and receipts (1943-1945); Chinook Yellowknife Gold Syndicate agreements, minutes, correspondence and receipts (1946-1948); and Wheatland Weather Modification Association minutes and agreement (1962). Also includes one file of Henry Guy Stanger Cole's legal papers (1914).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Alberta Associated Oil Fields Ltd., Alberta Hail Suppression Association, Alberta Steam Laundry Co., R.B. Bennett, Bow River Conservative Association, Crowfoot High Spirits Club, Arthur Dowse, Richard Garnett, George H. Gooderham, Heppner brothers, Spence Hughes, Lakeside Collieries, Isobel McNaughton, Pembina Coal Co., Pincher Creek Club, E.W. Pust, Frederic Remington, Victor Sifton, Strathmore Agricultural Society, Frank E. Sugden, Cecil Townshend, Joseph Van Tighem, Jack Waddy, and Eldon Woolliams.

Berry (family)

Cottingham family fonds

  • RED red-2957
  • Fonds
  • 1859-1967

Fonds reflects the lives of the extended Cottingham family and William Cottingham's career as a land agent and their travels and connection to Manitoba, Ontario, British Columbia, and the United States of America. The fonds consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence and certificates.

Cottingham (family)

Traill family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2276
  • Fonds
  • 1859-1976, predominant 1859-1914

The fonds consists of photocopies of: William's correspondence (1863-1893), HBC records (1886-1892), land documents, financial records (1864-1912) and reminiscences (1911); Harriet's diaries (1889-1893); and Walter's correspondence (1866-1914). Includes two recorded interviews with Mary Traill (1970s) and extensive family photographs. RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: buffalo, Robert Campbell, Chinese, William Christie, George Armstrong Custer, Fenian raids, fishing, Fort Chipewyan, Fort Defiance, Fort Garry, Fort St. James, Fort Vermilion, gold mines and mining, grasshoppers, Gavin Hamilton, Jack Ingraham, Norman Kittson, Roderick McBeath, Donald A. Macdonald, Roderick MacFarlane, William McKay, Metis, Mormons, John Norquay, North West Company, pemmican, poetry, Red River Settlement, Louis Riel, Riel Rebellions, Saulteaux, Sioux, smallpox, Donald A. Smith, Rev. Henry Bird Steinhauer, Joseph Wrigley, and Bishop Richard Young.

Traill, William E. Traill, Mary

Laurie, DeGear family fonds

  • GLEN glen-815
  • Fonds
  • 1859-1965, predominant 1870-1959

The fonds consists of P.G. Laurie's Owen Sound diary (1859), correspondence, accounts, and business records related to the Saskatchewan Herald newspaper (1878-1891); Jessie DeGear's brief autobiography, correspondence, and 15 extensive scrapbooks about Battleford, Saskatchewan, pioneers, and the Riel Rebellion (1890-1965); Mabel Reid's wedding certificate and three scrapbooks which include memorabilia and war articles compiled while the Reids lived in London, plus articles about the Laurie family and western history (1888-1948); R.C. Laurie's correspondence; William Laurie's reminiscences; Mary Eliza Laurie's recipe and sermon book; and J.C. DeGear's letters and diary extracts. Includes a photograph of P.G. Laurie, and views of the Battleford area.

Laurie, DeGear (family)

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