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Alphaeus Patterson

Alphaeus Patterson was the Member of Parliament for the Peace River District from 1913-1917.

Rosedale Douglas Social Credit Group fonds

  • GLEN glen-1988
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1935

The fonds consists of minute book, including membership lists and financial records, kept by Susie Willett.

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Ross Patterson Alger fonds

  • CA ccg ccg-2057
  • Fonds
  • 1977-1980

The fonds consists of the records of Ross Patterson Alger, during his time in office as Mayor of The City of Calgary, from 1977 to 1980. Series I: Consists of correspondence, memoranda, petitions, reports, and briefs from and to City Council, City officials, other government officials, and private citizens relating to a wide rang of subjects, but especially the proposed Civic Centre project, the Light Rail Transit (LRT) system, and various planning issues. The files are arranged alphabetically in block subject headings and alphabetically within each block. Series II: Day files, consisting of all correspondence sent out from the Mayor's Office between 1980 July 3 and 1980 October 24. These files are arranged chronologically. Series III: Consists of correspondence, memoranda, notices, official invitations, and printed programs relating to various events, receptions and meetings attended by the Mayor Between 1979 march 16 and 1980 Jun 15. The files are arranged chronologically. Series IV: Consists of cassette tapes containing: news broadcasts complied by a news watch agency from radio and television relating to the proposed Civic Centre and general City Council matters: recording of "Talk of the Town" radio phone-in program, some with Mayor Alger as guest, relating to the proposed Civic Centre; recording of television debates of 1979 November 26 and 27 on the proposed Civic Centre broadcast by CFAC television and featuring Mayor Alger and opponents of the proposal. The cassettes are arranged chronologically in three 10 x 14 cm file boxes.

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Sir John A. Macdonald fonds

  • GLEN glen-3605
  • Fonds
  • 1885

The fonds consists of a telegram conveying the Queen's congratulations on the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway and letters regarding the publication of same in newspapers; and a newspaper copy of telegram and a telegram to Henry J. Morgan, Under Secretary of State from Donald A. Smith, North Bend, British Columbia, November 8, 1885 regarding the laying of the last rail.

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The Smallholders Association for the MD of Rocky View fonds

  • PAA paa-6864
  • Fonds
  • 1968-1970

Fonds consist of records relating to the activities of The Smallholders Association for the MD of Rocky View and includes correspondence, minutes, membership lists, membership applications, court transcripts, copies of The Societies Act, a certificate of incorporation, newspaper clippings, a lease, letterhead, financial records, minutes, corporate seal impressions, and various reports and information about residential property tax in Alberta.

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John (Jack) Smart

Jack Smart walked into the Peace River region to Grande Prairie over the Edson Trail around 1911. He was accompanied by Joe, Jack and George Crummy. He and the Crummy brothers went to work running their own hotel. He later filed for a homestead, which he never farmed since he returned to Edmonton in 1915 to enlist in the army and went overseas until he was wounded in early 1918. He met and married Annie Soar while he was overseas and they returned to live in Grande Prairie at the end of the war where he worked for the Alberta Railway for a time. He left there to work for Frontier Lumber as a bookkeeper, but in 1930 together with his partner Harry Newton they opened the first 5 to a dollar store in northern Alberta, which they ran until 1947. He also served nearly 20 years as secretary of the school board, was a lifelong member of the Masonic Lodge, was chairman of the hospital board, was a member of town council, and served in other civic organizations such as the Elks and Kinsmen. Meanwhile, Annie ran the household while teaching piano lessons. She eventually became the first music teacher in the school and was also the organist and choir leader at Christ Church Anglican for many years. In 1943, he was acclaimed mayor of Grande Prairie and held office until ill health forced him to resign after only a year. He continued with his business until 1947 when he sold and retired to Edmonton where he passed away in 1960 at the age of 80. Annie passed away in 1983 in Summerland BC at the age of 95.

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