The fonds consists of 35mm slides created for the “Alberta Rural Cemeteries Photographic Project.” This project was funded by a grant from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation in 1992 and completed over the course of 1993-1994. Randall Adams travelled across Alberta to document rural cemeteries, taking photographs of approximately 300 cemetery sites.
Fonds illustrates the planning and design of the Riddell Library and Learning Centre, which was led by Shepstone as University Librarian. The fonds consists of three series which documents furniture planning, architectural, and electrical drawings, new library planning, and administration for the Riddell Library and Learning Centre and the Mount Royal College Library. Other records document architecture firm's planning for the RLLC and Mount Royal College planning. The fonds also contains publications, memorabilia, and artwork.
Fonds documents Pat Roome's work on projects commemorating Mount Royal's centennial in 2010, including: the establishment of the Military Memorial Bursaries, a centennial mural, time capsule, postage stamp issue, the design of a Mount Royal tartan, and the research and publication of institutional history books. Fonds also documents Roome's other work as the first director of what became the Mount Royal Archives and Special Collections. The fonds contains centennial project summaries, event planning notes and documents, research notes, design mock-ups, photo inventories, and correspondence.
The collection consists of photographs, some original and some copies, of subjects from the Drayton Valley area. The original images were taken by Loosmore of sites in Drayton Valley and beyond in the 1980s and 1990s while the copies are negatives taken of original photographs that pre-date the originals, ranging from the early 20th century to the 1960s. These images were borrowed from their owners by Loosmore for use in his book, To Trail’s End: Early Settlement in Drayton Valley.
Winnie Moore and Allan McQuarrie at the dedication of the cairn commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the opening of the Edson-Grande Prairie Trail. The dedication took place at the 1986 DeBolt Heritage Day celebration.
Collection illustrates Dabrowska's work as an artist and was assembled by her friend Joanna Stuchly. The collection consists of prints and photographs of her artistic works, as well as brochures she designed, a resume, and media clippings.
Fonds consists of: records accumulated by Jim Marshall relating to the preservation of built heritage in Medicine Hat, including minutes and support materials for the Historical Resource Committee (1984-1986), various reference materials and write-ups related to structures hoped to be saved and recognized, correspondence advocating historical preservation, and materials relating to City and Downtown Business Revitalization District attempts at downtown and Flats revitalization.