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Rosalie Twoyoungman fonds : [ca.1930-ca.1944]

  • WHYTE whyte-986
  • Fonds
  • Copies made in 1970 and 1972

Fonds pertains to Stoney Indians of Morley, Alberta, Canada, including members of Twoyoungman, Ear and Hunter families

Twoyoungman, Rosalie

Archives General File collection

  • WHYTE whyte-979
  • Collection
  • [after 1890]

The Archives General File is an artificial collection of accessions which do not constitute separate fonds or collections or cannot be placed within existing fonds or collections. Included in the collection are textual records of many types, such as manuscripts, reports, letters, diaries, speeches, poetry, plans and others; photographs in the form of prints, negatives, transparencies, albums, postcards, etc. sound recorded interviews and programmes; and motion pictures. Material pertains broadly to the Banff area and many other areas within the Archives collecting mandate. Notable items include: Walter Wilcox letter; George Kinney report; interviews with Bill Round and Edward Feuz; original copy of Treaty Number Seven; Mary Schaffer material, including letters, notes, photograph and report; reports on the Nakimu Caves; film pertaining to Banff Winter Carnival; Georgia Engelhard letters and photos; plans for buildings and structures; George Noble photograph; W. S. Park photograph.

Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Archives and Library, collector

Tom Wilson family fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-79
  • Fonds
  • 1861-1982

Fonds includes textual records and photographs generated and collected by the Wilson family and pertaining to Tom Wilson, son Ed Wilson, daughter Ada Wilson and other family members. Textual records include: Ed Wilson's scrapbook, 1881-1968, which includes mainly items pertaining to Tom Wilson, Ed Wilson, the Wilson family, and early guiding and exploration in the Canadian Rockies (photocopy in two volumes); miscellaneous papers, 1905-1929, including a holograph speech by D. D. Galletly on the cave at Banff; letter and note re sale of horses to Frank Wellman, 1920; letters to Catharine Whyte from Ada Wilson re personal matters and Wilson family history, 1964-1965; transcripts of manuscripts by Tom Wilson and B. M. (Bess) Wilson re the CPR and tourism and 1916 pack trip Lake Louise to Kootenay Plains; letters of Col. Robert O'Hara to Tom Wilson, 1895- 1914, re Mount Assiniboine and Lake O'Hara; letter by Catharine Robb Whyte to Tom Link, 1965, re Lake O'Hara history based partly upon above material; diary, Trip to ranch by B. M. Wilson; essay, The last of the pathfinders by Dorie (Wilson) Legit; programmes, articles, clippings re Tom Wilson, 1924-1982; Eliza Edmonds certificate, 1845, and later clipping. Photographs pertain to outfitting and guiding activities of Tom, John and Ed Wilson, including clients, associates and trips throughout the Rocky Mountains; Wilson family, friends and associates; Stoney Indians; Kootenay Plains; Banff people and events; Banff townsite and surrounding area; Canadian Pacific Railway; Nordegg area; 1861-1930. Includes photograph of Tom Wilson at Lake Louise inscribed to A. O. Wheeler, 1932. Many of the early photographs were taken by clients of Tom Wilson. Later, after settling at Kootenay Plains, Wilson was apparently given a camera by Mary Vaux and likely took many of the Stoney Indians views. Ed Wilson was an amateur photographer and likely took most of the views of staff at Lake Louise and of Nordegg.

Wilson, Tom (family)

Luxton family fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-76
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1860]-1995

I. Norman Luxton sous-fonds, [ca.1880]-1962, ca. 7.5 m. of textual records and photographs in four series: A. Correspondence, B. Business, financial and legal, C. Personal, D. Collected. II. Eleanor Luxton sous-fonds, [ca.1890]-1995, ca. 15 m. of textual records, sound recordings and photographs in five series: A. Correspondence, B. Professional, C. Personal, D. Business, financial and legal, E. Collected. III. Luxton family sous-fonds, 1836-1972, ca.6.5 m. of textual records and photographs in four series: A. Norman Luxton family series, [ca.1900-ca.1970]; B. Georgina Luxton series, [ca.1890]-1967; C. Related family series, [ca.1890]-1972; D. Other material series, 1836-1970.

Luxton (family)

Stoney Indian Band fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-742
  • Fonds
  • 21 Feb. 1975

Fonds consists of briefs presented to the Hon. Judd Buchanan, Minister of Indian Affairs, and pertain to economic development, social assistance education, treaty rights, reserve and crown lands, social services, alcoholism, recreation, policing, band administration, health, housing and roads.

Stoney Indian Band

Whyte Museum Oral History Programme (collection)

  • WHYTE whyte-708
  • Collection
  • 1967-1989

Fonds includes recordings of interviews, events, broadcasts, meetings, notes, readings and slide shows produced by and for the Archives of the Whyte Museum. I. Interviews with numerous individuals and groups of individuals. See subject headings for names. II. Events: dedication of Margaret Greenham Theatre; ceremony re Catharine Robb Whyte adoption in Stoney Tribe; Earth Day programme at Margaret Greenham Theatre; dedication of Mt. Jimmy Simpson; dedication of Edouard Deville historic site; Back to Banff Day, 10th anniversary; Louis Trono 75th birthday. III. Broadcasts re: Murray Adaskin, George Clutesi, Allan Jarvis, Kootenay River raft trip, Ottawa Ski Club, Helen Shandruk, Siri Strom, Springtime in the Rockies, Village Lake Louise Project, water pollution, Waterton area. IV. Meetings: Bow Valley Naturalists; National and Provincial Parks Association conference; Indian- Eskimo Conference re George Clutesi. V. Notes by Maryalice Stewart re: Cyril Fuller, Al Johnston, Maude Kidney, Norman Knight, Ulysses LaCasse. VI. Readings by: Ray Bagley, Earle Birney, Jon Whyte. VII. Slide shows: Jon Whyte slide show commentary re Peter and Catharine Whyte. Interviews and recordings were made by Maryalice Harvey Stewart, Elizabeth Rummel, Jon Whyte, E. J. (Ted) Hart, Sue Davies and others.

Whyte Museum Oral History Programme

Sibbald-Hunter families fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-70
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1870], 1925-1948

Fonds consists of Andrew Sibbald papers, including correspondence, 1925, 1932, mainly with William Pearce on early history of Alberta, 100th birthday celebration papers, 1933, and notes, essays and other writings, n.d. miscellaneous papers of George Hunter re the Banff Rotary Club and of Leanore Hunter re the Banff Boating Club; prints pertaining to the Hunter family and other Stoney Indians. Includes a photograph of Tom Wilson and Chief George Hunter at Lake Louise, by W. D. Wilcox, 1929. Also includes tintype portraits, possibly of Sibbald family, ca.1870.

Sibbald-Hunter (families)

Dorothy B. Mitchell fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-672
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1950]

Fonds consists mainly of Dorothy Mitchell's photographs of Stoney Indians, accompanied by a note by Mitchell on hand-colouring. Also includes two snapshots of Dorothy and Jessie Mitchell.

Mitchell, Dorothy B.

Roy Andersen fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-624
  • Fonds
  • 1970

Fonds consists of photographs of Catharine Whyte and Grant MacEwan at a Sundance ceremony, Morley, Alberta.

Andersen, Roy

George McLean fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-57
  • Fonds
  • 1909-1967

Fonds consists of George McLean papers and photographs. Textual records include personal and business correspondence and financial papers, etc., 1909-1955 (pre-dominant 1909-1927) pertaining to ranching and reserve matters; Indian Association of Alberta minutes and bulletins, 1944-1953; newsclippings, scrapbooks, etc., 1960-1967, mainly concerning Moral Rearmament movement; and miscellaneous material, n.d., 1955, 1960. Photographs, 1924-1966, pertain to George McLean, family and friends; events and activities; Stoney Indians; and Moral Rearmament tours, 1959-1962.

McLean, George

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