The fonds consists of correspondence, clippings, notebooks, photographs, sketches, scores, memoires and audio and video recordings reflecting Szekely's life and career as a concert violinist, string quartet member, lecturer and composer.
The fonds has been arranged into 8 series: 1. Correspondence, clippings and notebooks; 2. Photographs and sketches; 3. Scores 4. Books and bookmarks; 5. Lecture notes; 6. Bela Bartok memoir project; 7. Recordings of Szekely; 8. Rare or signed recordings.
The fonds consists of documents gathered for the biography of Zoltan Szekely, including photographs and copies of material referred to in the book. It also includes scores of Szekely's works, edited and transcribed by Kenneson.
The fonds consists of diaries of Henry N. Sheppard (1907-1934), Henry F. Sheppard (1919, 1930-1951), and Bert Sheppard (1938-1942, 1947). Includes a letter from Bee to Henry F. (1913), Henry F.'s military paybooks, discharge papers, and Canadian Legion membership cards. Includes miscellaneous correspondence to Bert (ca. 1953-ca. 1963). Includes photographs of Henry F. and his house, Tongue Creek School, and Bert. Includes slides of Bert's vacations and ranching operations.
The fonds contains the family's military service exemption certificates (1917-1919, 1943), certificates of land title (1917), income tax returns (1917-1928), Mennonite Aid Union fire insurance policy (1918), income tax assessment notices (1922-1929), school report cards (1931-1937), receipts, land tax consolidation agreements (1931-1933), account of sale of farm chattels (1935), applications for fuel tax refunds (1935-1936), Alberta Citizens' Registration Covenant (1936), grain elevator receipts (1936, 1957, 1959), rural electrification records (1953-1962), and Canadian Wheat Board permits (1956-1959).
The fonds consists of records accumulated by Emanuel Randle, 1888?-1971, who was a trustee and chair of the school board. Includes minutes, agendas, financial statements, budgets, annual reports, lists of teachers, salary schedules, correspondence, staff circulars, and maps. Includes annual financial reports of the municipal districts of Dinton, Marquis, and Harmony (1938-1939). Includes one file of Emanuel Randle's personal papers, including prospectuses and statements from coal and oil companies (1930-1945).
The fonds includes a portfolio of W.E.M. Holmes's drawings completed for a correspondence course in architecture (ca. 1905-ca. 1907); his business cash book (1909-1910); his insurance business day book (in partnership with William C. Young, 1912); his Masonic certificates (1921-1924); his correspondence (1925, 1954-1960); his diary (1930); his correspondence, notes, and drafts for Leaves from the Medicine Tree (1957-1960), including lists of local ranchers with their brands and lists of early members of the High River Polo Club; his sketch maps of the villages of Longview, Royalties and Cayley and rural areas indicating locations of households (1960-1961); and his receipts and invoices (1960-1963). Includes correspondence of Billy Henry (1959-1960, 1965), a portrait, and a guest book signed by his friends for his 90th, 95th, and 96th birthdays (1957-1963). Includes maps of the High River Irrigation Ditch (1895). Includes fire underwriters' report on the Town of High River (1922). Includes constitution and by-laws of the High River Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association (1932?-1960). Includes records of the Sunshine Trail Reunion Committee (1996-1998). Includes a history of the High River and District Music Festival by Einar Kumlin (ca. 1997). Includes miscellaneous collected pamphlets and news clippings. Includes photographs of the Holmes family, ranching in the Highwood district, and the town of High River.
The fonds consists of William Ikin's military commission, assignment of power of attorney to his sister (1884), tax assessment notices, invoices, business correspondence, land transfer agreements, photocopy of agreement for sale of cattle from Daniel Courtney to John Ware (1888), cancelled cheques (1901-1908), union card of A. McCullough (1904), petition urging Henry N. Sheppard to run for mayor (1909), agreement for sale of hotel furnishings to H.N. Sheppard (1909), statement of properties owned and calculation of net worth (1913), photocopy of land records of the Ikin-Jones house (1902-1977), photographs of ranching activity and of the Sheppard-Maccoy house
The fonds consists of greeting cards and postcards received by the MacLeod family (ca. 1910s); Elsie's agreement for purchase of land in Saskatchewan (1912); programs of United Farm Women of Alberta activities in High River (1929, 1939); family membership certificates and Elsie's account passbook from the High River Pioneer Savings and Credit Union Limited; photos of Elsie and the Benjamin MacLeod family (ca. 1910s - ca. 1920s).