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This file contains pages of typed manuscript for "Foulest of Murders"; a drawing of the exhibits showing where the bodies were located; copies of newspaper articles; a copy of the summary of cases entered and convictions obtained during 1918; handwritten notes; a photocopy from an unknown book; and contact sheets for photographs from the Royal Bank Archives Photograph Collection.


File contains photographs and photocopies of photographs that Wally took or collected to use in his book. Photographs are of the Lough family, grave markers and plaques, fishing spots, and various houses.

Wally’s Book

This file contains a copy of a Warrant to Summon a Jury for June 24, 1918; photocopies of newspaper articles; a copy of the typed statements of Dr. Conroy from the postmortem of Joseph and Stanley Snyder; copies of various crime reports and a report from Elock; copies of correspondence; pages from the “Foulest of Murders” manuscript; and a photocopy of a chapter about the 1918 murders from an unidentified book.

Research Book

This file contains a table of contents corresponding to the numbered pages found in the remaining part the file. These documents consist of photocopies of records and newspaper articles that are found elsewhere in this series. They also consist of descriptions of the people involved in the criminal investigation of the 1918 murders.

General Files - Negatives

The file consists of negatives produced from historical photographs gathered from a variety of families and individuals, primarily for use in the various publications produced by the DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum ( "Across the Smoky", "Bridges to the Past", "Edson to Grande Prairie Trail", and "DeBolt Country Club and Agricultural Society 60th Anniversary Book".

The negatives were originally arranged in topically (Family Names, Businesses, Bridges, Children, Churches, Farming, Forests, Home-Building, Museum, Nature, Special Events, Social Affairs, Stampedes, Sports Day, Transportation, Vehicles, Edson Trail, DeBolt Country Club) with each negative numbered individually, and arranged in number order. The original order has been retained by the Archivist and duplicate and strongly similar or unrelated images have been discarded. Many of the images also exist as prints in the "General Files - Photographs" file under different numbers.

General Files - Photographs

The file consists of a set of photographs primarily collected for use in DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum Society publications including "Across the Smoky", "Bridges to the Past", and the "Edson to Grande Prairie Trail". Additional photographs of the Museum and the Ladies Auxiliary to the East Smoky Legion #89, whose building was donated to the Museum, are also included.

The photographs were originally arranged topically (Persons, Business, Children, Churches, Farming, DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum, Mehlum Collection, Edson Trail, Smoky Bridge, Transportation, Schools, DeBolt Country Club, Social - Special Events) with each photograph numbered individually, but not arranged in number order. The original order has been retained by the Archivist and no images have been discarded. Several of the photographs have also had negatives made of them, which are maintained in the "General Files - Negatives" file under different numbers.

Correspondence, Personal

This file contains the personal correspondence between Dr Medwidsky and various individuals. Correspondence concern academic appointments as well as church business. There are also newspaper clippings about Ukrainian Catholic news.

Church and religious news

Contains a number of items related to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Canada and Ukraine. There are many newspaper clippings and articles detailing news and ongoings surrounding the church. Significant attention is paid to church activities under Soviet rule.


This file contains materials regarding Dr Medwidsky’s philanthropic pursuits. He donated to the following causes: advertising for University of Alberta Ukrainian Language courses, Ukrainian Folklore Archives Endowment, University of Alberta 1991 Foundation, the Endowment Fund for Ukrainian Folklore, President’s Club, Metro Gulutsan Memorial Endowment Fund, Canadian Ukrainian Immigrant Aid Society, Kinsmen Club of Edmonton, political parties, Fort Edmonton Historical Foundation, Ukrainian Canadian Committee, and the Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society. There is also correspondence and documentation surrounding the University of Alberta 1991 Foundation.


Contains information concerning Dr Medwidsky’s investments in various funds and businesses as well as pamphlets and brochures on investments and financial planning. Such organizations include Heritage Savings and Trust Company, Alberta Energy Company Ltd., Guardian-Morton Shulman Precious Metals Inc., Merrill Lynch Canada Inc., Deloitte Haskins+Sells, and Worldwide Precious Metals (Canada) Ltd.. There are also some clippings from articles on globalization.

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