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Bond Family fonds
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Margaret Joy Bond fonds
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CA EDM MS-1
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1910 - 1966 (Creation)
- Bond Family
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1 m of textual records. - 14 photographs
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Bond, Margaret Joy 1915-1972
Bond, Victor Percival 1880-1961
Victor Percival Bond was born 4 Sep 1880 to Elizabeth Ann Greenway and William Bond in Simcoe, Ontario. Sometime between 1895 and 1900, Victor with his parents and siblings, Edgerton, Ida, Lulu and Reta, moved to Gladstone, Manitoba.
Victor was part owner of the Bond-Adams Company Limited, a real estate investment company, originally based in Port Arthur, Ontario. The company moved its head office to Calgary prior to the First World War, and also had an office in Sudbury, Ontario. It is likely at this time that Victor moved to Calgary. The Bond-Adams office in Calgary dealt directly with the many clients and companies involved in land speculation in western Canada at the time. Many of the clients were from the mining districts of northern Ontario.
In 1906, Victor married Evelyn Todd in Calgary. The had two daughters, Evelyn Ann born in 1913, and Margaret Joy, born in 1915. Sometime between 1916 and 1921, Victor and his family moved to Edmonton. Victor started a tailor shop in Edmonton, V.P. Bond and Company, which he operated until his retirement in the late 1950's.
Margaret Joy Bond worked in Edmonton, variously as a teacher, stenographer and seamstress.
Victor Percival Bond died 6 Dec 1961.
Margaret Joy Bond died suddenly, while on vacation in Nanaimo, BC, on 2 Oct 1971.
Margaret is buried with her parents in the Mount Pleasant Municipal Cemetery in Edmonton.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of textual and photographic records of Margaret Bond, the Bond-Adams Company and Victor P. Bond.
The records for Margaret Joy Bond include personal correspondence, postcards, a scrapbook and certificate (1948-1966).
The records for the Bond-Adams Company include business correspondence and accounts books dealing with clients, companies, and land deals including the record of sale of Tofield Industrial and University Plateau, land speculation in Victoria, B.C. and documents for Walters vs Bond Adams. There are also insurance forms, pamphlets and advertisements (1910-1915).
The records for Victor P. Bond consist of an accounts book relating to an unknown business of Victor P. Bond, order forms for suits and accounts journals for Victor P. Bond’s tailoring business (1920-1922,1947-1958).
The photographs include images of farming, coal mining in Toefield, construction, construction, firefighting equipment and the offices of the Bond-Adams Company (ca. 1910-1912).
Immediate source of acquisition
This fonds was donated to the City of Edmonton Archives by Margaret Joy Bonds in 1968.
The material was arranged by the archivist based on creator.
The photographs were assigned item numbers with the prefix EA-30.
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Photographs have been described at the item level and are available in the Reference Room.
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Accession number: A68-1
Formerly known as Margaret Joy Bond fonds; then as the Bond-Adams Company fonds.
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