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Norwood Lodge No. 41

This series consists of minutes ledgers, financial statements, membership roll books, annual reports, and certificates created through the operations of the Norwood Temple Lodge No. 41 I.O.O.F.

Unknown Lodge Number

This series consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, and financial statements whose originating Lodge is unknown. The series also contains reports and proceedings of the Rebekah Assembly of Alberta, as well as collected histories and publications from other administrative bodies within the I.O.O.F.

Organizations

This series consists of the records of an array of organizations, and have been arranged in the following broad geographical sub-series: Organizations – Alberta; Alberta – Edmonton; Alberta - Calgary; British Columbia; Manitoba; Maritimes; Ontario; Quebec; Saskatchewan; Australia; Europe; and the U.S.A.
Within these geographical headings, the files are arranged alphabetically by file title (this often being the title of the specific organization represented). The records consist primarily of published brochures or newsletters and an assortment of printed information including news clippings, articles, news releases, and general correspondence. While some files have a lot of information, others are skimpy in their content. However, the range of organizations represented in this series, and the span of years captured, provides valuable insight into the rich diversity of the LGBTQ community during this time period.

Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 2

This series consists of minutes, financial ledgers, membership applications and certifications, and annual reports of the Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 2. The Lodge was established on March 11, 1907 with fifty-six candidates comprising 32 sisters and 24 brothers. In 2008, the Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge absorbed the Unity Lodge membership to ease declining membership in both Lodges.

Friendship Lodge No. 7

This series consists of membership application ledgers, financial statements, minutes, rolls of honor, challenge books, and receipt books. The Lodge was named after the first watch word of the Odd Fellows motto “Friendship, Love and Truth.”

Councillors' Collection

This series contains records created by or collected by the Office of the Aldermen and the Office of the Councilors which were not generated by a particular member of council. The records are believed to have been created by staff in the office, or collected as reference material to assist Aldermen and Councilors in fulfilling their duties.

The material includes agreements, reports, bylaws, correspondence, and submissions from the community concerning the general transportation plan.

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