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Athabasca and District Allied Arts Council fonds

  • CA ATH ath-1881
  • Fonds
  • 1988-1991

The fonds consists of materials created by Athabasca and District Allied Arts Council between 1988 and 1991 and consists of minutes of the Athabasca and District Allied Arts Council, bylaws, newsletters, correspondence, and files related to local festivals.
08.04: 35th anniversary gala performance programs.

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Edwin Parr High School fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2020
  • Fonds
  • 1953-2007

The fonds consists of the 1955 official opening program and Edmonton Journal article for Edwin Parr School; a 1955 article by Nick Evasiuk in the Alberta School Trustee magazine; 1950s graduation and school dance programs; student publications (23.03) "Whispers," 57-58, n/d, 60-61, "Dreams, Themes and Schemes," 58-59, "Junior Hi-Lites," 57-58; 1968 official opening of the south wing, a 1970 article on an Athabasca Preventive Social Services sponsored summer work program for high school students; some 1973-75, 1987, 1990 school newspapers; 1972 Education Week handouts including a staff list; 1974 and 1987-88 EPCHS handbook; the 1982 EPCCS charter; programs for EPCCS drama productions; 1982 Nature Science class certificate for donating a star at the Edmonton Space Sciences Foundation; a 1984 history of the schools in Athabasca and a 1987 Awards Night program. E.P.C. Expressions: Literary and Visual Arts Magazine, issues# 1-4 (Nov.05 to Jn.06) and issue#2 (April, 2007) were added. The nine photographs produced by art students Marianne Trebell, Brandi Robert and Sherry Young were sold at the "Sights and Sounds of the Season" in 1999. In 1980 a band exchange named TarTrek 80 took place between EPC and G.A.Wheable Secondary in London, ON. Trip information is included. William Jones was the EPC band director.

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Whispering Hills Country Music Association fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2202
  • Fonds
  • 1978-2010

The fonds consists of a copy of the incorporation certificate and by-laws; 1985-2003 meeting minutes, financial statements, membership lists and correspondence; 1985 Talent Night program 86.12, 1988 Fire Trust Fund to assist families who were burnt out in the Ferguson area fire; 1991, 1993-1995, 2004 and 2007 VHS tapes, and 2003-2007 DVCs of the Harvest Gold Fiddle Contest. Also included is 6.5 cm of information regarding the origin and development of the annual Fiddle Contest from 1978 to 2010.
23.20: Photographs and records from 1984 - 1994.

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Athabasca Players fonds

  • CA ATH ath-1998
  • Fonds
  • 1978-2011

The fonds consists of 1125 photographs of various theatrical performances, 107 slides taken of photographs in the collection, 57 negatives, 23 video cassettes of productions, the complete script of "Saga of the Whispering Hills" plus a signed t-shirt,and programs or newspaper articles that accompany the photographs of each production. Mary Olson donated her personal copies of VHS tapes, nos 228 - 238 in 2019, 241 - 243 in 2020. Video tape # 145; "Grease" 1985 has been digitized.
07.07: minutes, financials, correspondence and planning 1078 - 2004: Mary Olson

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Athabasca Performing Arts Centre fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2078
  • Fonds
  • 1980

06.19: blueprints for the Athabasca Performing Arts Centre (APAC) designed by Morley Workun of McIntosh, Workun and Chernenko Architects Ltd.
06.41: guestbook, ticket, invitation and program from the APAC 25th anniversary in May 2006.

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"Frank and Dorothy Appleby"

Watercolour painting of Frank and Dorothy Appleby which was a planning piece for an acrylic painting of the couple that is now hanging in Athabasca University Governing Council Chambers. Frank Appleby was MLA for Athabasca in 1971 and was one of several people including then Mayor Herman Leicht, instrumental in locating Athabasca University in the Town of Athabasca.

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"Metro (Matt) Prokopchuk"

Metro (Matt) Prokopchuk (June 14, 1913 – April 14, 2012) was a local character who was well-known and loved in the Town of Athabasca. He was a resident of Athabasca Extendicare in his later years and his regular daily rounds walking around Athabasca took him to the Burger Bar (where he had a table) among other places. Shy and gentle, he shoveled snow and raked leaves for a cup of coffee. His route home took him up 53rd Street past Della McLean's Red Roof Gallery. He would stop to smoke a cigarette, sitting on a bench placed half-way up the hill and this is where she came to know him and now remembers him. Della wrote: "A Tribute to Matt. Who is going to clear the snow from the sidewalks and rake the leaves in the fall? Matt has left us, his work finally done. Everyone knew the man who walked for miles in the bush and never got lost, who directed traffic when he pleased, corrected children when they misbehaved, and claimed his table at the Burger Bar. He was a shy and gentle man but take away his snow-clearing rights and he was most annoyed. Matt was our friend, tho few words were ever exchanged and no matter how many offers of a new jacket, he stuck with his faded red New Holland jacket and orange toque. Matt's territory was large and his frequent visits to clear snow at the Burger Bar and 49th Street Grill (formerly Georgio's) were often rewarded with coffee and snacks. When his work was done, he would climb the hill and stop halfway for a smoke. He would sit on the bench,m cross his knees, bend one arm up in the very same pose every day. The bench is empty now, but our community will be full of delightful stories of the man with the orange toque and the faded red jacket for years to come."

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Alice B. Donahue Library and Archives fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2170
  • Collection
  • 1946-2003

The fonds consists of materials created by the Alice B. Donahue Library and Archives and its predecessors between 1946 and 2009.The fonds consists of bylaws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, fire insurance policies, account books, membership lists, accession and statistics books. Included in the photographs are: Violet (Mills) Aldridge, Kathy Begoray, Sandy Bulmer, Mike Cardinal, Lionel Cherniwchan, Louis DaCosta, Alice B. Donahue, Teddy Dunn, Frank Falconer, Judy Flax, Jane Gordon, Cynthia Graefe, Barbara Hunter, Joseph William Irwin, Doug and Heather Kariel, Jerry Little, Betty McDonald, Don McGladdery, Joseph Martynek, Marilyn Mol, Phylis Mort, Amanda and Erica Oldale, Viola Elizabeth Overholt (Jouston), Betty Pickett, Irene Robbins, Lydia Silkie, Kathleen Stafford, Linda Steppan, Robert Tannas, Kathy Traynor, David Yowney and Karen Zwarich. The students in a 1990/91 photograph of the Hutterite Colony School visiting the library are: Johnny, Rhoda, Debbie, Walter, Philip, Julia, Edward, Michelle, Steven, Aaron, and Albert Gross, Betty Stahl and Mrs. Phyliss Mort. Other materials transferred to the archives include an essay written by Nadine Molofy for the Correspondence School Branch in 1948-49 which also includes a photograph of W.H.Swift; the 1981 Canada census information on mother tongues spoken in the Athabasca area; and a program of the 3rd Spring Showcase of local talent library fundraiser in c2001. In 2003, photographs were taken when new carpeting was installed in the library and archives. A recent donation of planning materials for Athabasca Pottery Discovery Day, June 21, 2009 includes correspondence, budget, itineraries, media release, and poster proofs. Circulation records from October 1982 to November 2001.

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Gainsboro Studio fonds

  • CA MED med-502
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1986

The fonds consists of: an extensive collection of individual portraiture, family and group sittings, wedding parties, commercial advertising for local businesses, as well as a random photographic record of community events, disasters etc. 4 audio cassettes with interviews giving oral histories of Gainsboro Studios (1986).

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Stan Weiler fonds

  • CA MED med-487
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1939]-1998

Fonds consist of CHAT Television and Radio materials including sales correspondence for Old Dutch Kids Bid’s, television advertising sales campaign materials with photos, advertising for CHAT TV programming, annual statistics, “Year in Review” script, interview notes of Mayor Ted Grimm & Aldermen, hand written notes on murder trial, film cues & voice overs, Suffield experimental station press release, Teletype news reports for Apollo 11 moon landings, mideast truce, Vietnam war, typed daily news summary, citizen rights to essential services, and newspaper clippings; personal writings including Poem about City Hall face lift, and a lyrical essay on Medicine Hat Junior college; Programs, invitations, and brochures such as Redcliff industrial promotion brochure (1914); code of cooperation between physicians, heallth care professionals and the media, South Alberta Light Horse regiment program, various invitations and brochures, United Way campaigning brochure, and a Medicine Hat visitors guide brochure; photographic materials including 304 Photographs & negatives re: local people places and events; 224 slides of images from around Medicine Hat including people, events and scenery; audiovisual materials including audio recordings re: opening of Suffield experimental station, P.M. Diefenbaker at Medicine Hat College, Y.M.C.A. opening, Chamber of Commerce history, Orville Kope & Doug Burgess interview, 8 & 16 mm film reels re: Redcliff parade, S.A.L.H. parade, Tiger Talk program, Macdonald, Selma, & Henning, as well as transcription disks re: award winning Melody Maids & Male voice choir (1951-52) and an L.P. Record of “The Shandelles”.

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