This series consists of photographs documenting the work of the Parks and Recreation Department. Photos numbered EA-20 include images of civic properties, leisure programs, special events, sports, green spaces such as boulevards and parks, and City staff. It also includes a photographic inventory of several thousand images of schools, community halls, playgrounds, pools, parks, and facilities from around 1968. Photos numbered ET-28 were created as a slide library to be used by staff in presentations.
The series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, speeches, reports relating to Edmonton's economic and social development, and a diary and daily journal of appointments for the Mayor.
The series also includes photos of Terry and June Cavanagh (EA-353-6 and EA-353-7), and a photo album called
This series contains material related to the administration of the Edmonton Ambulance Authority. It includes minutes of the Edmonton Medical Services Advisory Committee, reports, and financial statements.
Prior to Edmonton Power becoming EPCOR there was an effort to transfer all records of historical value to the City of Edmonton Archives. This series was created to capture those records deemed to be of historical interest by Edmonton Power. The result is a varied collection of textual and graphic records documenting a wide span of the history of Edmonton Power and its predecessors. The material includes reports, photos, publications, and drawings relating to the generation and distribution of power to Edmontonians.
This series consists of records created and collected by the Jasper Place Recreation Commission. It includes scrapbooks as well as administrative materials such as meeting minutes, correspondence with other organizations, staffing, and facility rentals and maintenance. The series also includes an event poster for the Jasper Place Sports Centre.
This series consists of committee minutes, memos, operating procedures, reports and financial records relating to the activities of the Town of Jasper Place Fire Department. It also includes records related to fires and fire alarms.
An order has been imposed on the material. The arrangement includes 2 subseries. The series are as follows:
The Town Clerk and Treasurer was responsible for census enumeration and the voters list in the Town of Jasper Place. From 1960 until amalgamation, Ogilvie S. Taylor was Town Clerk and Treasurer. At the time of annexation, August 17, 1964, the Town Clerk and Treasurer ceased his functions and the records from the department were assumed by Edmonton's Office of the City Clerk.
This series consists of records created by the enumerators for the Town of Jasper Place census and voter enumeration. The material contains voters lists, census enumeration, polling district maps, training aids, and a letter of employment the the 1962 Census Taker and Enumerator.
This series contains the records created by the City's RCMP Centennial Committee. It includes meeting minutes, correspondence, and photographs relating to the activities undertaken by the Committee in celebrating the RCMP's 100th anniversary. Events included commemorative markers, a display at City Hall, artwork by sculptor John Weaver, a special event at Fort Edmonton Park, and a commemorative church service at All Saints' Anglican Cathedral. The Committee also became responsible for a delegation sent to Calgary to honour that municipality's 100th anniversary as a City in 1975.