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Rolland Lefebvre fonds

  • CA MHM MHM
  • Fonds
  • 1947 - 1981

The fonds consists of account books, registers, statements, stationery, certificates, price lists, catalogues, advertisements, booklets, manuals and a letter.

Lefebvre, Rolland

Pearl and Brian Wilson collection

  • CA GPR 0686
  • Collection
  • 1950-2000

This fonds consists of business cards and postcards from the Grande Prairie area.

Postcards of Grande Prairie (aerial) in 1954, Courthouse, Vocational High School, Swan Motel, Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, 1/2 Motel, City Hall, Richmond Ave view east from 102 Street, bird’s eye view of downtown ca. 1954. Approximately 325 business cards from ca. 1970-2000

Pearl & Brian Wilson

Bon Accord Board of Trade fonds

  • PAA PR1889
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1965

The fonds consists of minutes, financial statements, correspondence, and working records of the Bon Accord Board of Trade.

Bon Accord Board of Trade

H.A. Day General Store fonds

  • PAA PR3272
  • Fonds
  • 1901-1915

The fonds consists of customers’ accounts ledgers and postcards received by the Day family.

H.A. Day General Store

Schenk family fonds

  • CA GPR 0256
  • Fonds
  • 1911-2000

The fonds consists of 51 cm of textual records, 115 photographs, 1 artwork by Robert Guest, and 9 forestry related maps. It includes: a series of photographs related to Jack Mantle showing early Grande Prairie and includes two photographs featuring soldiers from WW2; a series of correspondence from F.W. Schenk and photographs showing scenes from the Northern Alberta Railway (NAR) and various train accidents; a series of photographs, maps, employment records and daily journals from Dave Schenk during his career working for NAR and Alberta Forest Service; and a series of employment records from Melba Schenk during her time working as a weather observer for Alberta Forest Service.

The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Jack Mantle (1911-1940); F.W. Schenk (1917-1964); Dave Schenk (1924-2005); and Melba Schenk (1973-1977)

Schenk family

Hauptman family fonds

  • CA MHM 2018.38
  • Fonds
  • 1965 - 1999

Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Klondike Inn restaurant in St. Albert that was founded by Karl Hauptman. Records include photographs and newspaper clippings, and a memoir by Karl Hauptman.

Hauptman family

Falconer family fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2000
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1986

The fonds consists of photographs of Athabasca citizens and scenes; the program for the second annual bonspiel of the Athabasca Curling Club; the prize list for the Athabasca and District Agricultural Association, 1918; the programme for the opening of Athabasca Public School in Feb., 1914; the deed of sale of Mr. Falconer's share of Athabasca Funeral Supply Co.to Harvey Cull in 1919; a mallet used for caulking scows; an Indian bead work moccasin and glove. Some of the subjects in the photographs include: Athabasca Curling Club [1912], SS Fort McMurray, Athabasca Canadian Northern train station, ferry on Athabasca River, view of Strathcona Street [1911] and [1940s], Athabasca Hospital 1922-1952, men lined up to purchase Hudson's Bay and CNR lots in 1911, Pelican Portage, Falconer Hardware Store on Skinner Street just after the fire of 1913, Northern News building [1911], Louis Menard's field of fall wheat, laying of corner stone for new public school in 1913, and a photo of Frank L. Falconer. A 1961 interview of Frank and Catherine Falconer discusses: agriculture, Blacks, coal mining, curling, Joseph Daigneau, J.P.Evans, freighting, government, Grand Trunk Railroad, Hudson's Bay Co., immigration hall, J.H.Kennedy, Klondike Gold Rush, Scotty MacKay, Sterling McKinley, scows, sports, Ukrainians, Robert Vance, Sr., James Wood,and Tom Wood,

Falconer (family)

Brian Loxam and Robert Lines fonds

  • Fonds
  • [1970s]

The four people interviewed were Jettie O. (Day) Willey (1887-1978), Rosanna (Goulet) Shank (1892-1981, Hugo Carlson (1890-1977) and Rev. Bruce Rathbone. The first three interviewees discussed teaching, power companies, MacLeod's Creamery, the 1913 fire, Isaie Gagnon, Smith and Wood sawmill, commercial fishing, raising foxes, livery stables and theatres.
Rev. Rathbone, rector of All Saints Anglican Church, discussed the history of the Anglican Church in Athabasca, the first printing press, the diocese bishops, the satellite churches in the area, the St. Mary's Hostel for Girls and the Bishop Young Memorial Boy's Hostel.

Brian Loxam and Robert Lines

William Myron Curtis fonds

  • CA ATH ATH-07.23, 08.12, 08.20
  • Fonds
  • 1922, 1947-1948, 1955-1959

The fonds consists of a 1922 letter from the Grosmont Municipal District regarding quarantine regulations for scarlet fever: two store receipt books for 1947-1948; and municipal tax receipts for 1955, 1956 and 1959. There are four calendars from local stores and the Aug.4, 2005 issue of Western Producers Western People which has an article on the Major family "100 Century Farm". Allan James tax receipt for 1927 is included.

Curtis, William Myron

Don McGinnis Stephenson collection

  • CA ATH ath-2005
  • Collection
  • [1927]-1944

The fonds consists of 28 photographs collected by Don Stephenson of a [1927] Edmonton-Athabasca-Peace River Highway motor tour; pictures of Athabasca buildings; and the 1944 flood. The Athabasca buildings include: All Saints Anglican Church, Imperial Bank of Canada, Grand Union Hotel, Municipal Hospital, Public School, and views of Skinner Street and Wood Avenue, Baptiste Lake, ferry, cable cage and grain elevators.

Stephenson, Don McGinnis

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