The fonds consist of administrative records of the ACWBPA, including minutes, correspondence, financial records, and annual reports of the association. The fonds also includes applications and reports regarding the ACWBPA’s four Community Lottery Board grants, as well as records relating to the construction and management of the Airdrie Chinook Winds Ball Park.
Fonds consists of the records created and kept by the Alberta Women’s Archives Association between 1989 and 2013. Records include materials related to the group’s outreach activities and special projects in women’s archival representation in Alberta; administrative documents relating to the governance of the Association and its members; financial records of the Association; and communications and publicity materials created by the Association.
The fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, songbooks, sheet music, programs, notebooks, diaries, and promotional material created or collected by Bruce Haack or Dimension 5 Records. The photographs and negatives depict Haack as well as friends and family dating from his youth in Alberta to his later years in Pennsylvania. Many of the photographs are arranged in scrapbooks and photo albums. The film reels are home movies created in Alberta.
The audio reels consist of master recordings of Haack’s music and commissioned work suck as advertising jingles. There are recordings of Dimension 5 albums, solo albums, as well as music written for theatre or film soundtracks. There are also digital files of all of these audio reels as well as published copies of his albums and re-issues on CD and vinyl record.
Fonds consists of military service and personal records of Dr Thomas Erwin (T.E) Brown, a veteran of both World Wars and a doctor in Taber and Lethbridge. Records include Brown’s military notebooks, ration books, field notes and correspondence; an account book from Brown’s medical practice in Taber in the 1930s and pamphlets relating to pediatric medicines; photographs of Brown’s family; and a sketchbook with Brown’s drawings of his home and family.
The fonds consists of the personal records of Irene Ramsell including family photographs, birth and death certificates, university degrees, post cards, greeting cards, family trees, teaching qualification documents and bibles.
The collection consists of photographs, some original and some copies, of subjects from the Drayton Valley area. The original images were taken by Loosmore of sites in Drayton Valley and beyond in the 1980s and 1990s while the copies are negatives taken of original photographs that pre-date the originals, ranging from the early 20th century to the 1960s. These images were borrowed from their owners by Loosmore for use in his book, To Trail’s End: Early Settlement in Drayton Valley.
Fonds consists of records created and maintained by Johann (John) B. Ludwig, primarily within his capacity as president of Frisia Properties Ltd. and Frisia Realty Ltd., as well a small number of personal and family records, covering the dates of 1951-2010. The fonds has been arranged into 2 series: 1. Frisia Properties Realty Series. 2. John Ludwig Personal Records series.
The fonds consist of administrative records of both Villages, which include: financial statements, board and council minutes, public hearing minutes, newsletters, tax a d roll ledgers, assessment cards, budgets, and incorporation documents.
The fonds consists of records created by Bhatia through his work promoting multiculturalism in Canada and strengthening ties between Canada and India. The majority of the fonds is comprised of records created through Bhatia’s work to promote multiculturalism in Canada, as well as some personal material regarding his family. Parts of the fonds have been arranged into two series: Link Newspaper series; and Court of Canadian Citizenship series. This arrangement is based on Bhatia’s own filing order.
The records include municipal governance, planning and administrative records including tax documents, property files, financial reports, cash ledgers, minutes, correspondence, environmental studies and development proposals, and other similar documents. These serve as evidence of the regular activities and history of The Summer Village of Island Lake since its incorporation in 1958.