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Tom Radford fonds

  • PAA PR3736
  • Fonds
  • [193-?], 1969-2014

This material consists of textual and audiovisual records created over the course of Radford’s career, including material created under the Filmwest Associates, Great North Productions, Great Plains Productions, White Pine Pictures, and Clearwater Documentary labels.

    The material includes records related to completed projects such as Inuit Odyssey, Tar Sands, A Scattering of Seeds, The Power of Dreams, The End of Evolution, Ernest Brown: Pioneer Photographer (including audio reels of interviews with early Edmonton photographer Gladys Reeves), Hockey Night in Harlem, Ma Vlast, The Honour of the Crown, Arctic Dreamer, Great Lodges of the Canadian Rockies, The Great Divide, Road of Bones, Alberta Bound, Codebreakers, Roughing It: A Golfer’s Guide to the Universe, and Tipping Point.  These records include job files, production stills, scripts, camera tapes, and some masters.  There are also numerous records related to incomplete projects, unsolicited script submissions, and administrative records from Great North Communications, Clearwater Documentary, and Great Plains Productions.

Tom Radford

Geraldine and Douglas Moodie fonds

  • GLEN glen-3916
  • Fonds
  • 1813-1967, predominant 1895-1915

The fonds consists primarily of photographs taken by Geraldine Moodie at Battleford (including an 1895 Cree sun dance), Maple Creek, and Hudson Bay; and photos taken by Douglas Moodie during the two Hudson Bay expeditions, and the Governor-General's trip. The fonds also consists of diaries kept by both Geraldine and Douglas during their time in the north, and registers and copyright records related to their photography. Significant records of their ancestors and descendants in this fonds include James FitzGibbons memoirs and correspondence re his military career and Isaac Brock (1813-1865); poems and correspondence of the Strickland women (1830-1907); Agnes Dunbar Chamberlin's botanical sketchbook (1874-1883); and newspaper clippings re the Earl and Countess of Egmont (1932-1938).

Moodie, Geraldine (family)

Peace River Country Research Project collection

  • GLEN glen-1828
  • Collection
  • Compiled 1955-1956 (originally created 1837-1956)

The collection consists of typescripts of interviews (1955-1956), reminiscences, diaries (1897-1914), and autobiographies; files of biographical and historical notes; and photographs of pioneers and the area. Includes typescripts of Fort St. John fur trade post journal (1866-1924), and Fort Dunvegan post account book (1837-1864).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this collection. See inventory for details: W.D. Albright, Kristjan F. Anderson, Athabasca Trail, Dr. Lucy Bagnall, Frank Ward Beatton, John Beatton, Beaver Indians, Bredin and Cornwall, Charles Bremner, Absalom Clark Bury, Mrs. Harry Clifford, Louise Clubine, James Kennedy Cornwall, S.E. Cushway, Henry Fuller "12 Foot" Davis, Ralph Dyer, Edson Trail, Agnes Sorrel Forbes, I.E. Gaudin, H.A. George, Pliny E. Goddard, Bishop Emile J.B.M. Grouard, Peter Gunn, Mrs. Robert Holmes, William Innes, Oliver H. Johnson, George Kennedy, Klondike gold rush, Albert Lawrence, L. Grace Lawrence, Margaret M. Lawrence, Sheridan Lawrence, A.H. McQuarrie, Mrs. Sam McNaught, Metis, Alwexander Monkman, Father Philippot, Mrs. Guy Randall, H.N. Ronning, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Adolphus St. Germaine, St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Grande Prairie), school districts (Kleskun, Wapiti, MacHenry, Halcourt, Lower Beaverlodge), Felix Shaw, William Shaw, Mrs. Thomas B. Sheehan, and Treaty 8.

Peace River Country Research Project

Robert Terrill Rundle fonds

  • GLEN glen-2013
  • Fonds
  • 1840-1916, predominant 1840-1848

The fonds consists of Robert's journal which includes his diary, notes, and baptism and marriage registers (1840-1848); a small amount of correspondence (1841-1892); extracts of the journal, possibly transcribed by daughter (nd); obituary; missionary publications (1911, 1916); and photographs of Banff (1911). Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Bow River, Fort Pitt, William Flett, J. E. Harriott, Oxford House, Red Deer River, and Stoneys.

Rundle, Robert Terrill

George and John McDougall family fonds

  • GLEN glen-1597
  • Fonds
  • 1841-1969, predominant 1858-1944.

The fonds consists primarily of the papers of the Reverends George and John McDougall, related to their work as Wesleyan Methodist missionaries in Alberta. George McDougall's records consist of appointments; correspondence mainly regarding Methodist missionary work; mission administrative records including a baptism register; and a small amount of his writings and sermons. John McDougall's records consist of appointments; letters written to his wife while attending Methodist conferences and during the 1885 Riel Rebellion; official correspondence regarding his missionary work; mission administrative records including baptism and marriage registers; and his writings, sermons and talks. The fonds also contains the writings, speeches, and scrapbooks of John's wife Elizabeth, and the First World War letters of David L. McDougall. Included in the fonds are small amounts of papers for these family members: Eliza Hardisty, Augusta Mathieson, George M. McDougall (junior), John B. McDougall, Lillian E. Graham, Douglas J. McDougall, John E. Graham, and William Graham.
Records related to the following people and subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Samuel Boyd, Central Methodist (United) Church, W.J.Christie, Elkhorn Ranch, James Ferrier, 50th Battalion C.E.F., Sandford Fleming, Frog Lake, Bella Hardisty, Richard Hardisty, James Lougheed, Methodist Missionary Society, Morley, Hayter Reed, Andrew Sibbald, Southern Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association, T. Bland Strange, Alexander Sutherland, Lawrence Vankoughnet, Lachlin Taylor, Enoch Wood, Woodville Mission (Pigeon Lake), Thomas Woolsey, and George Young.

McDougall (family)

Aborigines Protection Society fonds

  • GLEN glen-2
  • Fonds
  • 1860-1905

The fonds consists of petition and letter to F.W. Chesson protesting the sale of land by the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in Manitoba (1860); letters to Chesson [photocopied 1964] about grievances of the Metlakahtla in British Columbia (1869-1886), and Canadian government relations with Manitoba Indians (1885-1887). Includes letters [photocopied 1964] from Canadians about the slave trade (1892, 1905).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds: Dr. G.F. Bodington, Bishop Edward Cridge, Rev. William Duncan, Great Whale River, Canon Grisdale, H.A. Kennedy, David Leask, Bishop Robert Machray, Archdeacon John McLean, G.S. McTavish, C. Hubert Pemberton, Dr. John Shultz, Arthur Swindell, and John Taylor.

Aborigines Protection Society

Scollen family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2064
  • Fonds
  • 1861-1998, predominant 1862-1902 and 1969-1986

The fonds consists of Father Scollen's correspondence with his family, superiors, other priests and Canadian government officials (1861-1902); William's letters to his family in Ireland, discussing Treaty 7, John Glenn, Sam Livingston, etc. (1877-1890); and Vincent's reference notes, newsclippings, genealogical information, rough drafts of chapters, research correspondence (1969-1986) and personal letters to him and Bertha (1969-1977). Includes a recorded interview with William's grandson, William E. Scollen (1973); Scollen family photographs (1860s, 1900s); and letters to Father Scollen School regarding family history.

Scollen, Constantine (family)

Edgar Dewdney fonds

  • GLEN glen-830
  • Fonds
  • 1861-1926, predominant 1861-1903

The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, appointments, newsclippings, etc., pertaining to the Dewdney Trail and his early career in British Columbia; correspondence, speeches, diaries (1879, 1882-1883, 1885-1886, 1888), reports and newsclippings related to his duties as Lieutenant-Governor and Indian Commissioner of the North-West Territories; appointments and correspondence as Minister of the Interior; some correspondence as Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia; and a series of personal correspondence of Blanche Dewdney (1914-1926).
Records related to the following subjects are also in this fonds. See inventory for details: Magnus Begg, Big Bear (Cree), C.O. Card, Laurence Clarke, Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Transportation Co., Conservative Party, Crowfoot (Blackfoot), William Crozier, Nicholas Davin Flood, D.W. Davis, George M. Dawson, Amor de Cosmos, J.S. Dennis, Cecil Denny, Gabriel Dumont, Amedee Emmanuel Forget, I.S. Freeze, William McGirr, Bishop Vital Grandin, Col. A.G. Irvine, Dr. Augustus Jukes, Father Albert Lacombe, Wilfrid Laurier, Jean L'Heureux, Marquess of Lorne, James A. Lougheed, Hugh John Macdonald, John A. Macdonald, D.L. Macpherson, Frederick D. Middleton, Military Colonization Ranche, Walter Moberly, Mormons, Frank Oliver, William Pearce, William Dell Perly, Piapot (Cree), Poundmaker (Cree), Red Pheasant (Cree), Hayter Reed, Louis Riel, North-West Mounted Police (NWMP), Joseph Royal, Charles B. Rouleau, William B. Scarth, Alfred Richard C. Selwyn, Sitting Bull (Sioux), Sir John Thompson, Judge Jeremiah Travis, Tsimshian, William C. Van Horne, Laurence Vankoughnet, Col. James Walker, Walrond Ranch and Fred White.

Dewdney, Edgar

Royal Gagnon family fonds

  • GLEN glen-3802
  • Fonds
  • 1862-1972

The fonds consists primarily of Mounted Police records including Severe Gagnon's diary of the March West; and Henri Gagnon's police diaries and notebooks, especially while posted at Fort Smith. The fonds also consists of Henri's First World War records; family correspondence between Emma, Henry, Helen and Suzanne; Emma's diaries and scrapbook about her father Joseph Royal; articles and tributes on Henri's death; Helen's papers related to her Scottish family; Suzanne's school records and university notes; Suzanne's WRCNS memorabilia and Quebec Conference scrapbook; and extensive photographs of family members, Mounted Police groups and activities, Fort Smith and northern Canada. Includes Louis Schmidt's Riel Rebellion documents collected by Joseph Royal; and Cortlandt Starnes' photographs of the Hudson Bay and Churchill area.

Royal Gagnon (family)

Clarence Kipling's Genealogical collection

  • GLEN glen-1380
  • Collection
  • 1870-1989, predominant 1963-1989

The collection consists of biographies, genealogical notes and family photographs related to these individuals and families (see inventory for details): Boucher family, Joseph Edward Brazeau, Bruneau family, Diefenbaker family, William Drever, Peter Fidler, Colin Fraser, Cuthbert Grant, Charles Arthur Hall, Hardisty family, Horace Holloway, Martin Van Buren Holloway, Henry Howse, Kipling family, William Samuel Lee, John L'Hirondelle, Melanie McGillis (Mrs. Addison McPherson), Murdoch McPherson, Hugh Munroe, Norquay family, Peter Ogden, John Pritchard, Setter family, Scott family, William Sinclair, James Spence, Magnus Spence, and Wood family. Includes some photographs of Calgary.

Kipling, Clarence

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