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An Alderman and R. A. Brown on transmission pole.

  • CA ccg is-ccg-3088
  • Pièce
  • 02 April 1914

Items consist of one negative and one copy print of an Alderman and Superintendent Brown investigating the wiring. Title is taken from the subject matter of the photograph;After the electrocution of Woods and Carter;Transmission pole was at 17th Ave and 5th Street E;Includes photocopies of the news paper articles of the day and a summary of notes; ;See 910605033 - 910605046 ; 120mm negative located in Box 02, Bay 222, Shelf 05 Repository

1968 Federal Election collection

  • PAA paa-9500
  • Collection
  • 1968

The collection consists of material related to candidates from Alberta for the 1968 Federal Election and includes pamphlets, correspondence, posters, and clippings.

A. Russell Patrick fonds

  • PAA paa-6447
  • Fonds
  • 1928-1994

Fonds consists of a compilation of historical anecdotes written by A. Russell Patrick about his years as a Provincial Cabinet Minister, two printed documents written by A. Russell Patrick, three photographs, and two menus for a banquet in honour of the 60th anniversary of the Edmonton Journal.

Patrick, A. Russell

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

Anthony Mardiros Collection

  • PAA paa-7135
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1907]-1979, predominant 1932-1962

The collection consists of records accumulated by Anthony Mardiros in the course of his research into the life of William Irvine. The collection includes correspondence, writings and reference material of William Irvine, as well minutes, financial statements and other records of the Alberta Section of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) and Mardiros's research materials; the collection has been arranged into the following nine series: Correspondence; Minutes (Alberta CCF minutes, National CCF reports and minutes, and People's Weekly and New Party topical files); CCF Campaign/organizational materials; Writings (Articles, columns, notes, etc., Book Manuscripts, and Publications); Reference and clipping files (Social Credit files, and Other reference files); Memorabilia; Mardiros research files (Correspondence, Photocopies and transcriptions, and Clippings and publications); Photographs (Irvine portraits, CCF group portraits, and Other); and Electoral map of Alberta.

Mardiros, Anthony

Asa Milton Harradence fonds

  • CA LASA las-134
  • Fonds
  • 1940-2008

Fonds illustrates the legal, political, and personal interests of Justice Asa Milton Harradence of the Alberta Court of Appeal. Records begin with the firm of Harradence and Company and continues through to his time at the Court of Appeal, as well as personal interests in politics, flying and the Canadian air force. The fonds has been arranged into five series: Harradence and company; Legal records; Reasons for judgment; Speeches; and Personal papers. The Harradence and company series consist predominately of textual records in the form of financial records depicting an Alberta criminal law practice from 1954 to 1979. The legal records series consists of bar admission transcripts, students memoranda from the Court of Appeal, legal research files, and items related to Harradence's 1996 retirement celebration. The third series, reasons for judgment, provides a comprehensive collection of judgments on cases sat on by Harradence, and from 1990 to 1996 the Court of Appeal as a whole. Personal material contains textual records, photographs and cultural artifacts from Harradence's personal interests in flying and politics, as well as honours given to him.

Harradence, Asa Milton

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

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-

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