This subseries contains reports, promotional materials, architectural plans, photographs and artwork related to work done by Roman Fodchuk and Associates Ltd. on Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. This project was started by volunteers and concluded as a Federal Government Project along with the Alberta Government's department of Housing and Public Works. Roman Fodchuk was involved both as a volunteer and continued with the project when it was handed over to the Government. Fodchuk was involved in the landscape architecture for the site, selecting heritage buildings for the museum, restoration work and submitting the completed project for a heritage award.
This subseries consists of published copies of voters' and burgesses' lists produced from the original ledgers used to gather the information from districts across the City of Edmonton. The published copies amalgamate multiple districts into fewer ledgers, usually three to five, depending on the year. The published copies also incorporate any revisions or edits that may have been made to the information drawn from the original ledgers and were used as reference copies. They include information including the name, address, burgess status (i.e. if they owned property), and which school board they supported (Public of Separate).
This subseries consists of the original ledgers used to record information regarding Civic Elections and Census Enumeration throughout the City of Edmonton's polling districts. Each ledger corresponds to one polling district within the City and were carried by City staff to each address in the district to record information regarding the occupants. The ledgers from 1945 onwards include name, address, if they are a British subject, if they own property, their section of either Protestant of Catholic for school taxes, their marital status, the name of their employer, the number of people in the residence under the age of 21 and their gender, and the type of dwelling in which they reside.
This subseries contains maps that were used by the Office of the City Clerk in its function administering civic elections and census enumeration. In addition to voting and census maps, land use maps and maps of neighborhood and community league boundaries are also included.
- File 1: Ballots (1917-1920)
- File 2: Ballots for Mayor (1947-1958)
- File 3: Ballots for Aldermen (1948-1961)
- File 4: Ballots for Public School Trustees (1947-1961)
- File 5: Ballots for Separate School Trustees (1942-1961)
- File 6: Plebiscite Ballots (1929-1960)
- File 7: Money Bylaw Ballots (1922-1960)
- File 8: School Money Bylaw Ballots (1922-1938)
- File 9: Votomatic punch-card ballots (ca. 1968)
- File 10: Plebiscite Ballots (1970-1981)
- File 11: 1992 ballot samples
- File 12: 1995 ballot samples
- File 13: 1998 ballot samples [o/s cabinet]
- File 14: 2001 ballot samples
- File 15: 2010 ballot samples
- File 16: 2013 ballot samples
This sub-series contains records created in the planning and operation of the Storyland Valley Zoo. The material includes correspondence as well as records relating to administration, strategic planning, facility and exhibit development, animal acquisition and care, programming, finances, personnel, external organizations, and media coverage.
The sub-series includes photographs of animals and zoo facilities around 1970 (EA-20-623 to EA-20-633), as well as postcards of Edmonton and photos of Fort Edmonton Park (EA-20-635 to EA-20-641), and historic photographs of the construction of the High Level Bridge, Fort Edmonton, the Legislature, and the Edmonton Ski Club (EA-20-642 to EA-20-645). The subseries also includes a set of postcards depicting the Valley Zoo from ca. 1970 (EA-20-5471 to EA-20-5500).
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The Charles Camsell Indian Hospital Pictorial Review was an annual publication of the Charles Camsell Hospital. Included in the publication are photos of staff and patients documenting their time at the hospital, as well as photos from some Indigenous communities and residential schools across Canada.
This series contains digitized issues of the Charles Camsell Indian Hospital Pictorial Review that were collected by the Archives from a variety of donors.
The Camsell Arrow and Pictorial was a publication of the staff and patients of the Charles Camsell Hospital. Included in the publication are articles and letters about current events, tuberculosis treatment procedures, home and lifestyle suggestions related to health, and letters from patients about their time at the hospital. Also included are photographs of patients, illustrations and cartoons.
This series contains digitized issues of the Camsell Arrow and Pictorial that were collected by the Archives from a variety of donors.