The fonds consists of the charter and by-laws; financial statements for 1983-1989; special project reports such as skate-a-thons, FCSS van purchase and baseball diamond construction; correspondence and some membership lists; 3 scrapbooks of clippings and photographs from 1956-1966, 1981-1982, 1962-1985.There is a special collection of material regarding the 1966 Klondike Karavan on the Athabasca Landing Trail. The artifacts include 2 large Kinsmen flags, a vest, trophies, six glasses and corporate seals. The national convention was in Athabasca in 1972. In 1983 the Kinsmen Club sponsored the RCMP Musical Ride.
To fulfill one of the 2001 Athabasca Municipal Development Plan's goals, the preservation of historic resources, the Town of Athabasca completed a heritage survey in 2005 of 250 buildings built before 1964. A business, Heritage Collaboratives Inc., was hired to evaluate the survey and identify buildings deemed significant. The Athabasca Heritage Advisory Board, consisting of members of the community at large, was convened in March 2006 to work with Heritage Collaboratives Inc. to produce the Athabasca Heritage Management Plan. The fonds consists of 3 CDs of photographs and the building survey catalogue and proof sheets produced between October 2004 and March 2005 by Hilary Tarrant. 09.52: Site form entries for each building completed by local volunteers. The company Heritage Collaboratives Inc. produced the Athabasca Municipal Heritage Inventory and the Athabasca Heritage Management Plan.
The Archives General File is an artificial collection of accessions which do not constitute separate fonds or collections or cannot be placed within existing fonds or collections. Included in the collection are textual records of many types, such as manuscripts, reports, letters, diaries, speeches, poetry, plans and others; photographs in the form of prints, negatives, transparencies, albums, postcards, etc. sound recorded interviews and programmes; and motion pictures. Material pertains broadly to the Banff area and many other areas within the Archives collecting mandate. Notable items include: Walter Wilcox letter; George Kinney report; interviews with Bill Round and Edward Feuz; original copy of Treaty Number Seven; Mary Schaffer material, including letters, notes, photograph and report; reports on the Nakimu Caves; film pertaining to Banff Winter Carnival; Georgia Engelhard letters and photos; plans for buildings and structures; George Noble photograph; W. S. Park photograph.
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Archives and Library, collector
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Lois Argue and dating from 1894-1995. The fonds consists of manuscript histories of various Edmontonians including: James Pierce, Maurice Thomas (Buster) Pierce, Katherine Pierce Porret, Douglas Shortreed, Beverly Whitmore Brooker, the Mason family, Aniela Paskevich [Pazkiewicz], William John Gray, Gertie Huft, Teg Lewin, and Bill Brown. There is also a history, minutes and newsletter of the Edmonton Treasure Hunters (1982-1986) later called the Edmonton Metal Detector Club (1989-1993); a souvenir program from the Edmonton Flying Club tribute to Tommy Fox; various papers of the Alberta Fish and Game Association, 1958-1993. Other magazines, almanacs and photographs are catalogued separately.
The series consists of one CD recording Dr.Murray Carlisle and his son Dr. James Carlisle speaking about his fathers life and a copy of James Carlisle memoirs ""83 Years - A Life Well Lived and Still Going Strong".