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Maureen Harvey fonds

  • CA ATH ATH 23.01
  • Fonds
  • 1939

Maureen Harvey illustrated two children's books; "The Silver Chain" by Gerda Bako in 1973 and "Basky" by Dorothy Lane in 1999.

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Athabasca Archives Oral Interviews Collection

  • CA ATH ath-1930
  • Collection
  • 1862-1978 [copied 1987]

The fonds consists of 28 audiocassette tapes and their synopses recorded about family histories or other topics pertinent to Athabasca including: Calder family, Bob Robertson, Herbert Browne, Constance (Sanders) Pearson, Charles Lynch, Garfield Rogers, W.O.Willey, George Cooke, Gertrude (Reeves) Bannerman, Constance (Robertson) MacDougall, Kenneth Kinnaird, Frederick Young, Nellie Cahoon, Eva Hasell, William Byrd, Charles Brumfit, Lawrence Rye, The Athabasca Story, Mr. Urban, Mr.Struzynski, CFRN Radio Jan.1974 brief interviews with locals, Henry Stelfox, Alberta and Hector MacLean, Bill Kirby, Tom Jamieson, W.Wilkin, Vital and Clothtilda Callahoo, Robert Andison, Jan Liss, Antoni Turbiasz, Rayner Whiteley, John Cook, John Burt, Helene Boytinck, Alex Middleton, Louis Uliac, Sister Hilda Diederich, Donat and Albertine Soucy, Irene Stainton, Harold Warren, Mark Hooks, Walter Hill, Dr. George Ball, Father Quinn, John Sullivan, Frederick Mannix and others.

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Whispering Hills Country Music Association fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2202
  • Fonds
  • 1978-2010

The fonds consists of a copy of the incorporation certificate and by-laws; 1985-2003 meeting minutes, financial statements, membership lists and correspondence; 1985 Talent Night program 86.12, 1988 Fire Trust Fund to assist families who were burnt out in the Ferguson area fire; 1991, 1993-1995, 2004 and 2007 VHS tapes, and 2003-2007 DVCs of the Harvest Gold Fiddle Contest. Also included is 6.5 cm of information regarding the origin and development of the annual Fiddle Contest from 1978 to 2010.

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Trail North Foundation fonds

  • CA ATH ATH-85.222 etc
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1986

The fonds consists of materials created by the Trail North Foundation between 1975 and 1986. The fonds consists of minutes of the Trail North Foundation, general administrative files, heritage inventory files, financial records, special events, copies of the newspaper:Trail North Telegraph, photographs, maps, artifacts and books; blueprints for the Northern Transportation Museum.

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Athabasca Clay Products Collection

  • CA ATH ATH ACP
  • Collection
  • 1962 - 1966

Athabasca Archives Athabasca Clay Products collection
• 02.07: Athabasca Clay Products cream and sugar set; goose and bulrushes design. Glass display case in foyer. #153
• 03.13: Athabasca Clay Products canister set; four pieces in gradated sizes, goose and bulrushes design. Donated by Dorothy Nielsen. Upright glass display case #1. #158
• 03.21: Athabasca Clay Products “glass.” Donated by Dorothy Evans. Glass display case in foyer. #159
• 03.21: Athabasca Clay Products jam jar. Donated by Dorothy Evans. Glass display case in foyer. #160
• 03.21: Athabasca Clay Products small vase. Donated by Dorothy Evans. Glass display case in foyer. #161
• 03.24: Athabasca Clay Products heart-shaped ashtray, blue geese and bulrushes design. Donated by Jessie Rollings. Glass display case in foyer. #162
• 05.18: Athabasca Clay Products bowl with lid. Donated by Bessie Speers. Glass display case in foyer. #164
• 05.22: Athabasca Clay Products small ashtray, wild roses design. Donated by Bob Tannas. Glass display case in foyer. #168
• 06.06: Athabasca Clay Products platter, geese and bulrushes design. Glass display case in foyer. Donated by Judy Edwards. #169
• 06.06: Athabasca Clay Products sugar bowl with lid, geese and bulrushes design. Glass display case in foyer. Donated by Judy Edwards. #170
• 06.06: Athabasca Clay Products sugar bowl without lid, geese and bulrushes design. Glass display case in foyer. Donated by Judy Edwards. #171
• 06.06: Athabasca Clay Products cup with handle missing, geese and bulrushes design. Glass display case in foyer. Donated by Judy Edwards. #172
• 06.25: Athabasca Clay Products ashtray with curling figure mounted on it. Glass display case. #174
• 06.44: Athabasca Clay Products egret. Glass display case. #178
• O7.11: Athabasca Clay Products, two long-necked bird figures which balance on the wings. Donated by Harold and Carol Gyte. Glass display case. #182
• 09.22: Athabasca Clay Products two long-necked birds donated by Jean Golonka. Small glass display case in foyer. #195
• 10.33: Athabasca Clay Products, two long-necked egrets donated by Bob Garton. Glass case in foyer. #211
• 11.23: Athabasca Clay Products; #217 green serving bowl with lid, #218 brown wall sconce, #219 and 220 two brown mugs, #221 Brown, square-spout creamer, #222 brown sugar bowl with lid. Donated by Ethel Kondra. Small glass display case. #217 – 222
• 12.25: Athabasca Clay Products vase, 13” tall, vase 9” tall decorated with hand-painted images of First Nations children. Artist was Theresa Rains and her friends got in touch to ask on her behalf for the vases because she was ill with cancer. She wanted to leave the vases to her children. Deaccessioned on March 21, 2019. #232, 233
• 12.25: Athabasca Clay Products ashtray, Lee’s Gift Shop, Ft. McMurray. See Alfred Messerli and Eialen Armfelt’s symbols on the bottom. Glass case in foyer. #234
• 14.07: Athabasca Clay Products vase 14 cm with handles, Greek design by Mary Berezan. Case #3 in foyer. #249
• 14.18: Athabasca Clay Products vase 14 cm tall hand thrown by Alfred Messerli, ACP 1964-1966. Bison design by Eialin Armfelt. Glass case #4. #244
• 14.39: Athabasca Clay Products hand-thrown pot and lid by Alfred Messerli, decorated by Pay Ryan Johnson. Small glass case in foyer. Glass case #4 #257.
• 15.16: Athabasca Clay Products cream pitcher, wild rose design, by M. T. Miloslav Tichy. Glass case #4. #259
• 15.16: Athabasca Clay Products ashtray, black and beige goose design. Stylized “E” for Eialin Armfelt. Bubbling in glaze; probably a second. Location? #260
• 15.20: Athabasca Clay Products small pot, (for toothpicks?) beige with goose design. Glass case #4. #261
• 16.24: Athabasca Clay Products plate, 11” “Town of Athabasca” embossed with steamer. Bottom of glass case #2. #272
• 16.22: Athabasca Clay Products brown/light brown pitcher, 15 cm geese design. Donated by Gina Payzant. #275
• 16.22: Athabasca Clay Products decorative ceramic bowl, 21 cm, dark brown, embossed roses. Glass case #4. #276
• 16.22: Athabasca Clay Products ceramic tree trunk, dark brown. Glass case #4. #277
• 16.22: Athabasca Clay Products hand-thrown vase by Alfred Messerli, south western Indigenous design by Eialin Armfelt. Glass case #4. #278
• 17.09: Athabasca Clay Products coffee set, 8 mugs, coffee pot, cream and sugar; brown with geese design. Donated by Michelle Bauer (Cordell). “Dorothy Lane” display case. #285
• 17.10: Athabasca Clay Products vase, beige with geese design. Donated by Jocelyne Forget. #286
• 17.10: Athabasca Clay Products brown pot with lid, thrown by Alfred Messerli, decorated by Pat Ryan Johnson. Donated by Jocelyn Forget. #287
• 18.02: Poster card “Alberta made Athabasca Quality Pottery,” on top of display case in foyer. #289
• 18.14: Poster card “Alberta made Athabasca Quality Pottery,” on top of display case in foyer. #296 – 302 a and b donated by Greg Burritt. #296
• 18.14: Athabasca Clay Products set of three owls; small, medium and large. #3. #297, 298 and 299
• 18.14: Athabasca Clay Products sugar bowl with lid and creamer, black and blue glaze. #3. #301 and 302 a and b
• 18.15: Athabasca Clay Products two wall scones. Donated by Iris Burritt. On the wall in the foyer. #303 a and b
• 18.15: Athabasca Clay Products “Made in Athabasca,” small ceramic bird, broken and glued. Donated by Iris Burritt. #4. #304
• 18.16: Athabasca Clay Products large ceramic, bent-neck bird, pink and beige glaze, intact. Donated by Eileen Hendy. “Dorothy Lane” case. #305
• 18.16: Athabasca Clay Products medium ceramic straight-neck bird, broken, pink and beige glaze, broken. Donated by Eileen Hendy. “Dorothy Lane” case. #306
• 18.16: Athabasca Clay Products coffee cup, pink and beige glaze, goose design. Donated by Eileen Hendy. #307
• 20.28: Athabasca Clay Products ceramic creamer and sugar bowl purchased from EBay. Donated by Margaret Anderson. #3. #357 a and b
• 21.08: Athabasca Clay Products ceramics, eight small beige, or rust and brown glaze, goose motif, and one wall art piece. Donated by Eileen Hendy. #366 – 373
• 21.15: Athabasca Clay Products ceramics: two yellow plates, pussy willow design; soup bowl, dark brown goose motif; jug, dark brown goose motif; sugar bowl, dark brown goose motif; two small yellow vases, goose motif; yellow egg cup, bull rushes motif; candle holder and insert, dark brown goose motif; jam jar with lid, dark brown goose motif; pot with lid, dark brown goose motif. Donated by Anne Mundy-Markell. In the “Dorothy Lane” display case. #376 – 387

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Dr. Gregory Johnson

  • CA ATH ATH 11.55
  • Fonds
  • 1955

Dr. Johnson's records include research materials for "Lac La Biche Chronicles: The Early Years," 1999, (03.15); a copy of Louisson Fosseneuve's service record obtained from the HBC Archives (07.37); a working draft of "Why Athabasca: A Brief History of the Origins of Athabasca Landing," 2011 (11.55); copies of City of Edmonton Archive's York boat plans (21.05).

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CAGE (Citizen's Action Group on the Environment) Association fonds

  • RED MG 36
  • Fonds
  • 1990-2000

Fonds consists of documents of incorporation (1990-2000), minutes (1990-1998), correspondence (1990-1998), various projects (1990-2000), scrapbooks (1991-1998), and photographs (1990-2000). Fonds consists of following series:;I. By-laws;II. Minutes;III. The Greenline manual;IV. Correspondence;V. Projects;VI. Scrapbooks;VII. Photographs and albums;VIII. Publications

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Ad-Viser Publications fonds

  • RED MG 235
  • Fonds
  • 1949-1983

The fonds consists of samples of posters printed by Ad-Viser Publications; and photographs of events, places, and personalities in Red Deer, including some cuts and a mat used for printing

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Normandeau Cultural and Natural History Society

  • RED MG 263 Normandeau Cultural and Natural History Society fonds
  • Fonds
  • 1972-2007

Fonds consists of the administrative and operational records created, accumulated and used by the Normandeau Cultural and Natural History Society in their activities overseeing the management of the Red Deer Museum building and the Museum collections.

The types of records included are photographs, minutes of various committees and the organization, reports, director's reports, exhibit information, correspondence, agendas, personnel handbooks, financial statements, statistics, United Way certificates of recognition, the Fort Normandeau Restoration Committee, monthly reports, and records relating to events and organizations such as Heritage Day, Cultural Policy, Maskwacis Cultural College, Heritage Preservation Committee, Waskasoo Museum Foundation, Fort Normandeau, Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary Committee, and Kerry Wood Nature Centre. Records also include oral history projects and the World's Most Boring Postcard.

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this fonds.

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City of Red Deer Collicutt Centre unit fonds

  • RED RG 32 Collicutt Centre unit fonds
  • Fonds
  • 1999-2016

Fonds consists of the administrative and operational records created, accumulated, and used by the Collicutt Centre unit at the City of Red Deer between 1999 and 2016

The types of records includes meetings, activity guides, newspaper clippings, program and facility advertising, Collicutt Centre grand opening, Recreation photograph library project, some policies and procedures, Alberta Recreation & Parks Association (ARPA) meetings, budget, Mayor's Recreation for Life Walk / Run, and the 10th Anniversary Celebration Publication.

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