The fonds consists of photographs of the Meopham and Clem Gardner families, the VU Ranch and Springbank area, Minnie Gardner (Clem's sister) in a horse-jumping competition, and Millarville races. Includes a recorded interview with Clem (1962).
The fonds consists of photographs of Saskatoon businesses, institutions, societies, events, exhibitions including the Saskatoon Industrial Exhibition, and military exercises; and photographs of southern Saskatchewan towns and rural areas. Includes photographs of Regina sports teams.
The fonds consists of examples of printing jobs undertaken, including letterheads, business cards, programs, invitations, prize lists, advertisements and tickets; and posters for political meetings, auction sales, sports events (sports days, baseball, boxing, curling, hockey, rodeos, etc.), dances and balls, and various musical, theatrical and social events in the Gleichen area.
The fonds consists of photographs of the Bow River Horse Ranch, ranching activities, the Morley reserve, and the Goddard and Grasse families. Also consists of Bow River Horse Ranch records: agreements, financial statements, brand lists, correspondence, and land descriptions; records pertaining to the Goddard's horses: horse show awards, registration and inspection certificates, pedigrees, prescriptions, newsclippings, and programs; and family certificates and memberships.
The fonds consists of scrapbooks about football (1972-1977); Calgary Stampeder Football Club programs (1947-1972); drafts of Fall Madness, and some correspondence related to the book; three home movies of football games (1948 Grey Cup in Toronto, 1949 in Regina, and 1940s at Mewata in Calgary), and a home movie of camping and fishing in the Calgary and Jasper areas. Includes a photograph of Sarcee Army Camp, 23rd Battalion (1921).
The fonds consists of photographs of Banff Indian Days (1938-1948), Blackfoot (Siksika) personalities (1920s-1943) and sun dance near Gleichen (1943), Sarcee (Tsuu T'ina) personalities and reserve (1930s-1941), Stoney personalities and Morley reserve including Stoney Indian Stampede and sun dance (1935-1949), Blood personalities (1930s), Treaty 7 60th anniversary celebration (1937), Calgary Stampede parade and events (1936-1951), Black Diamond Stampede (1944), royal visit (1939), and Fern Gully and family (1940s). Includes recorded interview with Vera Gully about Fern's photography work with native peoples (1973), and copied photographs of natives from the 1880s-1900s.