Fonds moth-2 - Women of Unifarm, High River Local fonds

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Women of Unifarm, High River Local fonds

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  • 1972-1973 (Creation)
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    Women of Unifarm. High River Local
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    Photos are originals; text was photocopied or scanned from the original album which was deteriorating, ca. 2011.

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1 cm of textual records. --- 34 photographs.

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United Farm Women of Alberta was an autonomous organization affiliated with the United Farmers of Alberta. Its Local No. 33 was chartered in High River in 1916. Its earliest activities included establishment of a rest room (drop-in centre) for rural women visiting the town; and a public library. In 1949 the United Farmers of Alberta merged with the Alberta Farmers' Union to form the Farmers' Union of Alberta, and the women's organization became the Farm Women's Union of Alberta. In 1970 the Farmers' Union of Alberta merged with the Alberta Federation of Agriculture to form Unifarm, and the women's organization became Women of Unifarm. The organization apparently ceased to exist by 1996, when Unifarm reorganized and changed its name to Wild Rose Agricultural Producers.

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Record No. 011-014 The fonds consists of original photographs and photocopies from an album titled Service for Others containing essays on the history of Women of Unifarm and its predecessors in High River; notes on local women who had achievements in the arts; and articles, photographs, and news clippings about the organization's charitable project for 1972-1973, which involved visiting and organizing activities for senior citizens. Women of Unifarm. High River Local Women of Unifarm. High River Local Arts Women Donated by High River Centennial Library, 2011. The fonds was donated or loaned to High River Centennial Library by the Service for Others Committee of the High River Local of Women of Unifarm in 1973. There are no restrictions on access.

The fonds consists of original photographs and photocopies from an album titled Service for Others containing essays on the history of Women of Unifarm and its predecessors in High River; notes on local women who had achievements in the arts; and articles, photographs, and news clippings about the organization's charitable project for 1972-1973, which involved visiting and organizing activities for senior citizens.

Donated by High River Centennial Library, 2011.

The fonds was donated or loaned to High River Centennial Library by the Service for Others Committee of the High River Local of Women of Unifarm in 1973.

There are no restrictions on access.

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