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Betty Gourlay fonds

  • PAA aarn-2219
  • Fonds
  • 1966-1994

Miss Gourlay was interviewed by Lynne French in Calgary, Alberta, on December 30, 1993. She discusses her career as a staff nurse and nursing educator, her professional involvement with AARN (President, 1985-1987), and her views of the political situation of nurses in Alberta. Since 1990 she has taught a series of workshops to nurses interested in entering independent practice. She notes that there are barriers to such practice: although public health nurses have operated in the community for many years, they do so as employees, and there is no Federal or Alberta legislation that permits nurses to have direct access to patients as independent health care providers. Miss Gourlay considers the ways such practice might be put into effect, beginning with public awareness of the nurses's role in community health.

Gourlay, Elizabeth (Betty), 1945-

B'nai Brith Canada. Edmonton Office fonds

  • JHSE jhse-56
  • Fonds
  • 1985- 1990

The fonds consists of materials created by the Edmonton Office of B'nai Brith Canada from 1985- 1990. The fonds consists of these series: 1. Correspondence (1986- 1988) The series consists of correspondence to and from the Edmonton office. 2. Regional Reports (1986- 1987) The series consists of B'nai Brith regional reports. 3. Western Canadian Lodges (1984- 1989) Series consists of newsletters, correspondence, reports, and other materials for B'nai Brith lodges in Calgary, Saskatoon, and Regina. 4. B'nai Brith Cabinets and Committees (1986- 1989) The series consists of reports, correspondence, and other materials created by the Institute for International Affairs, Western Cabinet, the Northwest Regional Cabinet, and the International Affairs- Standing Committee on Human Rights. 5. League for Human Rights (1985- 1989) The series consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, and other materials relating to human rights issues arranged by subject.

B'nai Brith Canada. Edmonton Office

Bow River District U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. Political Association sous-sous-fonds

  • PAA paa-7112
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1921

The sous-sous-fonds consists of the records of the Bow River District U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. Political Association, and includes minutes and accounts of the association.

United Farmers of Alberta. United Farmers of Alberta Political Association. Bow River District UFA and UFWA Political Association

Bowen family fonds

  • PAA paa-7533
  • Fonds
  • 1899-1981

The fonds primarily consists of the records of John Campbell Bowen, but also of his wife, Edith Bowen and daughter, Ruth Bowen, and includes correspondence, sermons, notes, speeches and broadcasts, reports, memoranda of information, pamphlets, programs, certificates, diplomas and scrolls, newspaper clippings, diaries, daily journals while John Campbell Bowen was Lieutenant Governor including a number of materials from the 1939 royal visit, Government House visitors book, visitor calling cards, appointment cards, photographs including John C. Bowen and his family as well as the interior of Government House and a First World War propaganda poster. There is also a transcription disk of John C. Bowen receiving the Legion of Merit for encouraging the cooperation of American and Canadian Forces during the Second World War recorded by CKUA in 1948.

Bowen, John Campbell

Brian Lee fonds

  • GLEN glen-1439
  • Fonds
  • 1982

The fonds consists of campaign speeches, literature and newsclippings.

Lee, Brian

Bob Bogle fonds

  • PAA paa-9505
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1957 -- 1974]

The fonds consists of material Bob Bogle used, maintained, created and received while serving as Minister of Social Services and Community Health. The material dates from circa 1957 to 1974 and includes ministerial subject files consisting of reports; briefs; memos; publications, and correspondence with health agencies, commissions, councils, and institutions.

Bogle, Bob

Arthur Balmer Watt fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1027
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1958

Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1902-1957). Mr. Watt kept biographical and subject files, mainly of western and northern political matters, and theatrical productions. II Correspondence (1908-1958). Correspondents include Henry Debe (Vegreville Observer), John S. Willison (Toronto News), Arthur Meighan, W.A. Griesbach; memoir of Alberta Liberal Party, 1910, by James B. Holden, MLA. III Diary (1904-1906). First year in Alberta; includes financial records. IV Manuscripts submitted to A.B. Watt (1913-1921). Memoirs of Alberta history, including the Royal North-West Mounted Police, railroad construction, and Sheridan Lawrence of the Peace River district. V Memorabilia (1913-1924). Includes brochures; theatre programs. VI Newsletters (1936-1946). Typescripts, addressed to "Mr. Colebaugh" and "Mr. La Cossitt", commenting on current events. VII Photographs (1894- 1943). Includes family; friends; theatre personalities; album by Milton Martin and A. D'Aubigny commemorating a trip in 1913 by steamboat through the Peace River country (311 images). VIII Publications (1913-1942). Includes editorials; columns; theatre reviews.

Watt, Arthur Balmer

New street light.

Items consist of one negative and one original print of the street lamp. Title is taken from the subject matter of the photograph;Found in Kyle Johnson's binders, photo #2/255;35mm negative located in Box 09, Bay 222, Shelf 05

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