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Theodore Howard fonds

  • GLEN glen-3880
  • Fonds
  • 1801-1940, predominant 1915-1940

The fonds consists of his correspondence related to Gaults Limited, the Credit Men's Trust Association, his collecting activities and his personal life (1915-1940); stamped envelopes of special flights, including Canadian first flights (1924-1934); Masonic lodge records from Winnipeg (1913-1932); legal documents for Francis R. Drewe of Devon County (1801), Richard Graves and Christopher Flood of Devon County (1808), and Thomas Bishop of Feniton (1837); Hudson's Bay Company five shilling and one shilling notes (1820 and 1870); and miscellany. Also includes an album of photographs of log houses in the Winnipeg area.

Howard, Theodore E.

Geraldine and Douglas Moodie fonds

  • GLEN glen-3916
  • Fonds
  • 1813-1967, predominant 1895-1915

The fonds consists primarily of photographs taken by Geraldine Moodie at Battleford (including an 1895 Cree sun dance), Maple Creek, and Hudson Bay; and photos taken by Douglas Moodie during the two Hudson Bay expeditions, and the Governor-General's trip. The fonds also consists of diaries kept by both Geraldine and Douglas during their time in the north, and registers and copyright records related to their photography. Significant records of their ancestors and descendants in this fonds include James FitzGibbons memoirs and correspondence re his military career and Isaac Brock (1813-1865); poems and correspondence of the Strickland women (1830-1907); Agnes Dunbar Chamberlin's botanical sketchbook (1874-1883); and newspaper clippings re the Earl and Countess of Egmont (1932-1938).

Moodie, Geraldine (family)

Peace River Country Research Project collection

  • GLEN glen-1828
  • Collection
  • Compiled 1955-1956 (originally created 1837-1956)

The collection consists of typescripts of interviews (1955-1956), reminiscences, diaries (1897-1914), and autobiographies; files of biographical and historical notes; and photographs of pioneers and the area. Includes typescripts of Fort St. John fur trade post journal (1866-1924), and Fort Dunvegan post account book (1837-1864).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this collection. See inventory for details: W.D. Albright, Kristjan F. Anderson, Athabasca Trail, Dr. Lucy Bagnall, Frank Ward Beatton, John Beatton, Beaver Indians, Bredin and Cornwall, Charles Bremner, Absalom Clark Bury, Mrs. Harry Clifford, Louise Clubine, James Kennedy Cornwall, S.E. Cushway, Henry Fuller "12 Foot" Davis, Ralph Dyer, Edson Trail, Agnes Sorrel Forbes, I.E. Gaudin, H.A. George, Pliny E. Goddard, Bishop Emile J.B.M. Grouard, Peter Gunn, Mrs. Robert Holmes, William Innes, Oliver H. Johnson, George Kennedy, Klondike gold rush, Albert Lawrence, L. Grace Lawrence, Margaret M. Lawrence, Sheridan Lawrence, A.H. McQuarrie, Mrs. Sam McNaught, Metis, Alwexander Monkman, Father Philippot, Mrs. Guy Randall, H.N. Ronning, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Adolphus St. Germaine, St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Grande Prairie), school districts (Kleskun, Wapiti, MacHenry, Halcourt, Lower Beaverlodge), Felix Shaw, William Shaw, Mrs. Thomas B. Sheehan, and Treaty 8.

Peace River Country Research Project

Edgar Dewdney fonds

  • GLEN glen-830
  • Fonds
  • 1861-1926, predominant 1861-1903

The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, appointments, newsclippings, etc., pertaining to the Dewdney Trail and his early career in British Columbia; correspondence, speeches, diaries (1879, 1882-1883, 1885-1886, 1888), reports and newsclippings related to his duties as Lieutenant-Governor and Indian Commissioner of the North-West Territories; appointments and correspondence as Minister of the Interior; some correspondence as Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia; and a series of personal correspondence of Blanche Dewdney (1914-1926).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Magnus Begg, Big Bear (Cree), C.O. Card, Laurence Clarke, Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation Co., Conservative Party, Crowfoot (Blackfoot), William Crozier, Nicholas Davin Flood, D.W. Davis, George M. Dawson, Amor de Cosmos, J.S. Dennis, Cecil Denny, Gabriel Dumont, Amedee Emmanuel Forget, I.S. Freeze, William McGirr, Bishop Vital Grandin, Col. A.G. Irvine, Dr. Augustus Jukes, Father Albert Lacombe, Wilfrid Laurier, Jean L'Heureux, Marquess of Lorne, James A. Lougheed, Hugh John Macdonald, John A. Macdonald, D.L. Macpherson, Frederick D. Middleton, Military Colonization Ranche, Walter Moberly, Mormons, Frank Oliver, William Pearce, William Dell Perly, Piapot (Cree), Poundmaker (Cree), Red Pheasant (Cree), Hayter Reed, Louis Riel, North-West Mounted Police (NWMP), Joseph Royal, Charles B. Rouleau, William B. Scarth, Alfred Richard C. Selwyn, Sitting Bull (Sioux), Sir John Thompson, Judge Jeremiah Travis, Tsimshian, William C. Van Horne, Laurence Vankoughnet, Col. James Walker, Walrond Ranch and Fred White.

Dewdney, Edgar

George McMullen fonds

  • GLEN glen-3852
  • Fonds
  • 1871-1937

The fonds consists of the Prospectus of the Canada Pacific Railway syndicate (1871), photographs of the family, the family bible, other miscellaneous items and correspondence between family members in the late 1930s.

McMullen, George

Roy Wilson fonds

  • CA MED 389
  • Fonds
  • 1873-1985

The fonds consists of: a history of the Medicine Hat Court House, by Edward Mills (1976); programs and syllabae (32) from the Medicine Hat Rotary Music Festival (1956-1984), incomplete; program for the Stars of the Festival Concert, 24th Annual Rotary Music Festival (1979); program for the Provincial Festival of the Alberta Music Festival Association (1983); petition from squatters living in Medicine Hat Coulee (1882); list of CPR Townsite owners (1885-1897); petition protesting policies of John Niblock (1894); correspondence protesting the policies of John Niblock (1894), and covering letter to Roy Wilson (1983); excerpts from Lewis B. Cochran diary (1902-1941); biography of Colin Cochran (undated); correspondence concerning Michael Leonard, from Roy Wilson (1984); personal research papers (5) entitled "Community in Crisis-Medicine Hat 1891-1898" (undated), "Dear Old Golden Rule Days" (undated), "The Cultural Life of a Prairie Community-Medicine Hat 1883-1903" (undated), "Medicine Hat, the Sporting Town 1883-1905" (undated), "Medicine Hat 1882-1889 Beginnings of a Prairie Community" (1985); student research papers (6) entitled "St. John's Presbyterian Church in Medicine Hat: The Role of the Church in Early HIstory", by Larry Boswell (undated), "A Study of Chinese in Medicine Hat", by Neil Ward (1980), "St. Theresa's Academy: The Death of an Institution", by Bob Derval (1982), "An Introduction to the History of Bow Island", by Sheila Stearns (1982), "A Decade of Law Enforcement, The NWMP 1883-1983", by Sherri Robinson (undated), "History of Policing in the Community of Medicine Hat 1899-1925", by Erica Seitz (undated); index to events as recorded in the Medicine Hat Times & News 1885-1905, by Roy Wilson (undated); binder containing student essays (8) entitled "34 SFTS", by Rob Lerner (1984), "The Forgotten People", by Patricia Anhorn (undated), "The Two Sided Triangle", by Brent Schorr (1984), "Too Many, Too Soon", by Doug Trieber (1984), "The History of the Empress Theatre", by Shari English (undated), "The Commercial and Structural Growth of Swift Current from Railroad Hamlet to City 1882-1914", by Tom Waters (1984), "Zion United Church", by Dave Mikuliak (undated), "Irvine - Some Special Citizens Views of it's Growth and Development", by Bonnie Sanders (undated); duo-tang folder of student essays (5) entitled "Social Statistics, Family Housing and Settlement in selected areas of the S.E. Hill 1903-1925", by Trudi Henderson (1985), "The Effect of the Spanish Influenza", by Toni Maier (1985), "Dontianen: The Tom Sukanen Story", by Rob Poole (1985), "The Bohnet Family-In Search of a New Start", by Rocky Bohnet (1985), "Blissful Ignorance: The POW [Prisoner of War] Camp 132, Medicine Hat", by Carol Sommer Eng (1985); article entitled "Through Memories Windows" as told to Mary Sophia Desmarais by her uncle George William Sanderson (undated); written report on the "State of Affairs in the Northwest" by Edward McKay (1873); one stock binder from Domglass (1944); binder of biographical notes of early Medicine Hat residents (undated); collected CPR research materials (1992); image of Dr. Roy Wilson; 1 audio cassette interview with Dr. Roy Wilson (1984); ; Trophy Book for the Rotary Music Festival (1968-1981); information for the "Stars of the Festival" pamphlet (1975).

Roy Wilson (family)

Marquess of Lorne fonds

  • GLEN glen-1491
  • Fonds
  • 1881-1883

The fonds consists of a microfilm of newspaper reports, published in The Times and The Scotsman, about Lord Lorne's tour. Includes an 1883 letter from Lord Castletown, describing a trip by CPR from Winnipeg to Calgary. The fonds also consists of photographs of sketches done during the 1881 trip, along with original 1870s sketches of European castles and scenes (possibly done by Princess Louise), which had been glued to the back of these photos. Includes a scrapbook of newspaper clippings written by Reverend James MacGregor who accompanied Lorne.

Lorne, Marquess of

Canadian Pacific Railway, Right-of-Way Department fonds

  • GLEN glen-3869
  • Fonds
  • 1881-1985, predominant 1881-1930

The fonds consists of 3400 case files of land transactions relating to the building of branch lines across the Canadian West, particularly in Manitoba. Also consists of plans of railway stations and their grounds; "title record" plans recording the names of individual land owners throughout the west; ledgers of townsite land sales, primarily in Alberta and British Columbia; and ledgers of land leases in western Canadian communities, including Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba.

Canadian Pacific Railway, Right-of-Way Department

Boorne and May fonds

  • GLEN glen-281
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1907

The fonds consists of traveller's sample book of photographs of mountain scenes, the British Columbia interior, CPR points and railway bridges, tunnels, trains and workers (1889). Includes photographs of native people and a Blood sun dance (1887); of May, his wife, family and ranch (1885-1907); of Boorne, his Manitoba homestead, and the Calgary studio; and experimental photographs (1883-1884). Includes his article, "With the Savages in the Far West", published in the Canadian Photographic Journal, 1893. Also includes a diary of Boorne's cousin Ernest May (1897).

Boorne and May

Alex Price's Railway collection

  • GLEN glen-3901
  • Fonds
  • Copied 1967-1971 (originally created 1884-1910)

The collection consists of copies of letters from William Van Horne to Henry J. Cambie (1884-1886); notebook of CPR Pacific Superintendent re operations in British Columbia (1886-1889); photographs of construction of Shuswap and Okanagan branch near Armstrong (1892-1910) and views of locomotives in Lethbridge and Kamloops (1885-1903).

Price, H. Alexander

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