Series 5 - Curated Finding Aids

The Alberta Hotel Finding Aid The First World War Finding Aid Indigenous Material Finding Aid Sheet Music Finding Aid Local Histories Finding Aid

Title and statement of responsibility area

Title proper

Curated Finding Aids

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  • Textual record

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  • Source of title proper: Title based on contents of series.

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Series

Reference code

CA EDM RG-200-5

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Statement of scale (cartographic)

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Issuing jurisdiction and denomination (philatelic)

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Physical description

1 cm textual records

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Archival description area

Name of creator

(1966-)

Administrative history

In 1966 Bylaw 1161 was repealed and replaced with Bylaw 2823, creating the Edmonton Historical Board, with almost identical roles and responsibilities to the City of Edmonton Archives and Landmarks Committee. It served in an advisory role to discover, select, index, catalogue and prepare for safe keeping, reference and suitable display all books, charts, maps, papers, photographs, paintings, property, chattels or objects of any description relating to the history, alteration and development of the City of Edmonton, including recommending purchases, housing and displaying of such material.

The Archives Policy was approved by City Council on April 5, 1971. It formally established the City Archives under the jurisdiction of the Parks and Recreation Department. The Archives’ objectives included acquiring, preserving, and making accessible records relating to the history of Edmonton, particularly those records relating to business conducted by the City of Edmonton. The Archives was also charged with increasing public interest and knowledge of Edmonton’s history through exhibition and displays. Archives staff worked closely with members of the Edmonton Historical Board, as well as staff at the Artifacts Centre, John Walter Museum, and Fort Edmonton Park.

Custodial history

Scope and content

This series consists of thematic and format-based finding aids created by the Archivists, or students and volunteers under their direction, to assist researchers looking for material related to specific subjects across collections (MS fonds or RG [government] records collections) or materials in various formats of records (i.e. publications or posters). There is usually an informative essay providing context about the subject. The material may be divided into subsections in a table of contents to assist the researcher in selecting the kinds of material desired for their search. Each finding aid will be as comprehensive as possible at the time it was created - but other material may be discoverable in the archives as more material is processed or added to collections.

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Physical condition

Immediate source of acquisition

This material was created by City of Edmonton Archivists, volunteers or practicum students between 2012 to the present.

Arrangement

The material is arranged by the archivist by date of creation.

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

Location of originals

Availability of other formats

Restrictions on access

There are no restrictions on access.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Copyright may apply.

Finding aids

See Scope and content above.

Associated materials

Related materials

Accruals

Further accruals are expected.

General note

These are working documents and are subject to change over time and new finding aids may also be added to the series. Each finding aid is a separate digital document.

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Description record identifier

Institution identifier

City of Edmonton Archives

Rules or conventions

Rules for Archival Description (RAD)
Archives Society of Alberta Subject Terms

Status

Final

Level of detail

Full

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Script of description

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Physical storage

  • Shelf: Library