The fonds consists of minutes of the Kinniburgh Women's Institute and its predecessor, the Home Circle Club; cash books, correspondence, financial statements, flag salute and creed, membership lists, club history, bylaws and programs. Includes three photographs, of Women's Institute meetings.
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).
The fonds consists of minutes (1948-1966), accounts and membership lists (1944-1972), receipts and invoices (1959-1966), bank statements and cancelled cheques (1956-1966), yearly programs of activities (ca. 1962, ca. 1966), correspondence (1962-1971).
The fonds consists of personal and professional papers including correspondence, research material, reference files, drafts and copies of columns, newspaper clippings, unpublished manuscripts; personal papers of her grandparents, Joseph and Julia Anna Short; personal papers of the family of Joseph and Julia Anna Short; personal papers of her parents, Charles and Margaret (Blennerhasset) Short; personal papers of Alexander Knupp; papers relating to the Alberta Progressive Conservative Women's Association; papers relating to the Museum of the Highwood and the Pioneers and Old Timers Association; and photographs.
The fonds consists of records generated by Marion Hull and Marguerite Railton. The majority of records consist of their sermon lessons and related tracts and clippings, covering the period from 1935-1971. The fonds consists of the following series: lessons, clippings and related material; correspondence; notebooks, scrapbook and autograph book; photographs; audio cassettes; other; and Bibles.