This fonds consists of correspondence and reports relating to the organization of the club, records of officers of the club including the President (1988-2009), First Vice-President/Vice-president (1987-2009), Second Vice-president (1954-1999), Treasurer (1963-2009), Recording Secretary/Secretary (1959-2009), Corresponding Secretary/Newsletter Chairperson (1979-2009), Membership Chairperson (1958-2009), Groups Chairperson (1966-1996), Social Convenor (1975-2009). It also includes records of the Ladies' Afternoon Bridge Club Convenor (1982-2008), Mixed Bridge Club Convenor (1972, 1980-1992), Photography Convenor (1977-1999) and The Painter Group Convenor (n.d.).
There are photographs of executive members and events and a PowerPoint presentation of Club's history, 2009.
The fonds consists of news clippings relating to Charlotte Daws’ track and field successes; programs of track and field events (in some of which she competed), including the first British Empire Games, Hamilton, Ontario, Aug. 16-23, 1930; a British Empire Games pin; track and field medals; and four commemorative Women's Amateur Athletic Association of Canada spoons.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Beatrice Carmichael of Edmonton between 1928 and 1967. The fonds includes programs, brochures and correspondence from the Edmonton Civic Opera Society and the Women's Musical Club.
The fonds consists of materials collected by Mrs. Paul Ragan of Edmonton between 1934 and 1969 and includes dedications, memorials, pamphlets and brochures relating to the City of Edmonton, the University of Alberta, and Canada's centennial celebrations; pamphlets relating to Robert T. Rundle and the Rundle Mission.
The fonds includes materials created or collected by or about Emily Murphy between 1906 and 1960. The fonds consists of a series of scrapbooks compiled by Emily Murphy covering all aspects of her varied career and dating from 1906 to 1933. The fonds also includes correspondence, reports and other material relating to her work as a magistrate as well as manuscripts of some of her many articles. Some of the material relating to Mrs. Murphy was collected by her daughter, Evelyn Gowan Murphy, after Mrs. Murphy died. Scrapbooks include clippings concerning the death of Arthur Murphy and the lives of Evelyn and her sister, Emily Kenwood.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Marion Shipley of Edmonton and dating from 1906 to 1939. The fonds consists of brochures, newspaper clippings, bills, stationary, and correspondence.
The fonds consists of materials collected by Marie Dorsey of Edmonton and dating from 1963 to 1971. The fonds consists of a Campex catalogue, 1964; Edmonton Stamp Club Directory, 1971; Biographical pamphlet on H.P. Brown, secretary of the Edmonton Film Society; Edmonton Film Society program, 1966; Historical report on the Edmonton Transit System.
The fonds consists of two scrapbooks created by Ethel MacKenzie between 1900 and 1930, consisting of newspaper clippings, marriage announcements, wedding invitations, dance cards, postcards, theatre programs, and souvenirs.