The series consists of a letter from John G. Diefenbaker (Leader of the Opposition, 1967) with a copy of House of Commons debates, Jan. 11, 1967, commemorating birth of John A. Macdonald, and a mock newspaper, headlined “Richard C Secord Returns to Winterburn Old Fashion Days” (most text reprinted from a 1917 issue of Calgary Eye Opener), [197?] (o/s folder).
The series consists of records pertaining to Hannah Magee, predominantly regarding her teaching career. Photographs include Hannah, the family home at 6422 – 106 Street, and other members of the Magee family.
The photographs in this series depict theatrical productions put on by the Recreation Department and the Junior League of Edmonton. The program was called Theatre for Children, and most productions took place at Victoria Composite High School, though a few were also held at the Jubilee Auditorium. In the 1960s the program expanded to include The Playground Players, which offered outdoor theatrical productions in the community. This series includes photographs of most of the productions undertaken from 1954 until 1966, when the Junior League handed the program over to the Junior Arts Council. The series also includes photographs of dance workshops for children and a concert held at Borden Park.
This series includes all incoming and outgoing correspondence and several administrative registers. The correspondence deals with all matters involving the Town, in particular municipal elections, water and sewer extensions, electric lighting, the street railway system, immigration, the sale of Town debentures, taxation, property alterations, and numerous petitions for extended services. The records have been classified according to subject and provided with an index.
This series contains the following classes:
Class 1: Outgoing correspondence, 1892-1894
Class 2: Outgoing correspondence, 1894-1896
Class 3: Incoming correspondence, 1895-1896
Class 4: Outgoing correspondence and census report, 1896-1899
Class 5: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1902-1903
Class 6: Plumbing undertaken for private citizens, 1902-1906
Class 7: Debentures sold, 1893-1906
Class 8: Electric metre recordings and payments, 1903
Class 9: Receipts and disbursements, 1903-1905
Class 10: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1904
Class 11: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1905
Class 12: Register and index of new buildings, 1905-1911
Class 13: Outgoing correspondence to various school districts, 1905-1907
Class 14: Electric light register, 1905-1906
Class 15: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1906
Class 16: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1907
Class 17: Debenture register, 1906-1910
Class 18: Electric metre books, 1907
Class 19: Electric metre books, 1908
Class 20: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1908
Class 21: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1909
Class 22: City Council Finance Committee, recommendations for payment, 1909-1911
Class 23: Disbursements, 1909-1911
Class 24: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1910
Class 25: Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1911-1912
The series consists of a photograph of the grandchildren of Laurent and Eleanor Garneau, includes the following families:
Children of Louis Garneau – Louis, Millie, Rose. Children of Ned Garneau – Laurence, Edward, Mary Mabel Children of Archange Garneau Brady – Anne, James, Eleanor, Jean Children of Alexander Garneau – Harold, Oscar, Charlotte Children of John Garneau – Robert Elphage (Alf), Leo, Mildred (Millie) Child of Millicent Garneau Savard - Yvonne
This series contains records collected and created by the Citizens Action Centre. The material was mostly used to provide information to the public, though some material also reflects special projects undertaken by the unit, such as their involvement in the 1987 tornado response, Klondike Days, and the 8th IAAF World Championships in Athletics held in Edmonton in 2001. The material has been divided into the following subseries:
This series contains records collected and created by the Civic Centennial Committee. It includes foundational documentation, meeting minutes, correspondence, and general information and ephemera relating to Canada's Centennial.
This series contains the records created by the Edmonton's 75th Anniversary Committee and its various subcommittees. It includes meeting minutes, correspondence, graphic material, and ephemera relating to the activities undertaken by the committee and the community in celebrating Edmonton's 75th anniversary.