The fonds consists of records of the restoration of Edmonton Radial Railway Street Car Number 1. It includes a photograph album, technical literature and plans relating to street railway equipment from several manufacturers. The photographs include the Cromdale car barns and yard of the Edmonton Transit System.
The fonds consists of photographs from the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce's in-house collection. The photographs are of early Edmonton and include buildings, street scenes, city and farm scenes, animals, agriculture, people and events.
The fonds consists of a Royal souvenir booklet "Coronation Souvenir of Our King and Queen with Princess Elizabeth & Princess Margaret Rose" (published by Sankey, Hudson & Co., Manchester, 1937), typed list of attendees to the Royal dinner held in Edmonton, 2 June 1939, and one copy of "Alberta Folklore, Vol. 1, No. 2", (published by the University of Alberta under the provisions of the Alberta Folklore and Local History Project, June 1945).
The fonds consists of reports, news clippings, correspondence relating to the MacKinnon Ravine roadway proposal and membership lists, agendas and minutes and other records of the Urban Reform Group Edmonton (URGE).
File 1: MacKinnon Ravine ([ca.1970]-1978). Includes: notes; mailing list; map of freeway proposals, ca. 1970; correspondence & news clippings; Report - West End Traffic Delay Time Study, ; Report - Transportation Planning Branch, travel time standards, July 17, 1975; C.O.G. Transportation Subcommittee minutes November 25, 1975; January 12, February 2, 1976; Citizen participation report, September 28, 1977; Keillor Road news clipping and letter
File 2: MacKinnon Ravine and the 1977 Edmonton municipal election (1975-1980). . Includes news clippings, annotations re: MacKinnon Ravine on newspaper section, candidates stands on basic issues.
File 3: URGE records (1974-1978). Includes: executive mailing list, Alliance of neighbourhood groups mailing list; news clippings; agenda and minutes, 1978; letter, June 21, 1974; financial statement, Jan. - Nov. 1974; candidate list, 1974; notices & press releases.
The fonds consists of materials relating to the establishment and history of Hilltop House and a plaque from the building, and family history information on Catherine (Humphrey) Stalker. File List: File 1. Correspondence (photocopies), including history of Hilltop House written by Catherine Stalker, 1965-1968, 1985; File 2. Correspondence (photocopies) 1985; File 3. Hilltop House info and fact sheets, n.d.; File 4. Hilltop House plaque; File 5. Biographical information on family history of R.J. Humphrey family of Kinisteno, Saskatchewan, father of Catherine (Humphrey) Stalker (photocopies, includes pictures and annotations).