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Administration.

This series consists of the EFCL’s administrative files, which include records of meetings, financial statements, office files, correspondence, and publications. All records pertaining to only the EFCL can be found in this series. The series is organized according to the file order as best recreated from the original found in the files. Copies of the 'Federation Forum' newsletters are also included under the publications sub-series.

Gay Alliance Toward Equality (GATE)

This series consists of GATE’s administrative records including their bylaws and constitution, financial statements, meeting minutes and correspondence. In addition, there are copies of the GATE newsletter, two grant applications, and records related to GATE’s counselling program, and their social activities.

Gay Alliance Toward Equality (GATE)

Business and Industrial Records

This series consists of brochures, correspondence, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, and reports relating to business and industrial activity in the Edmonton area. This series has been divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 1.1: Business and Industrial records
  • Subseries 1.2: Expo '67 records
  • Subseries 1.3: Klondike days records

Administrative Records

Series consists of reports, correspondence, and speeches relating to the various functions performed by the Analytical Services, Computer Systems, Computer Operations branches of the Management Services Department.

Analytical Services Branch; Computer Systems Branch; Computer Operations Branch

Hollingworth Photographs

This series consists of photographs taken by Hubert Hollingworth. The images document life in Edmonton during the first half of the twentieth century, including portraits, street scenes, buildings, events and activities.

Harry Ainlay

The series consists of permits issued by the Mayor's Office, speeches, greetings, proclamations, and correspondence.

File list:

  • File 1: Licenses: Permits issued from the Mayor's Office (December 1945 - May 1949)
  • File 2: Speeches: Speeches, greetings, proclamations (November 1945 - February 1947)
  • File 3: Speeches: Speeches, greetings, proclamations (March - September 1947)
  • File 4: Speeches: Speeches, greetings, proclamations (October 1947 -April 1948)
  • File 5: Correspondence: greetings, letters of gratitude, correspondence (January -July 1948)

Ainlay, Harry

Meter Services

Meters were used to account for the amount of electricity used, and money owed, to the City. The meters were originally installed, read, and maintained by the Electric Light and Power Department. To save time and money, the meters were read by the Meter Reading Section of the Electric Light and Power Department, which then charged the Waterworks Department a fee for the service. In 1934 a Billing Section was established, which existed outside of the department and worked for both the Electric Light and Power Department and the Water Works Department. By 1950 its responsibilities included: meter reading, customer billing, consumer accounts receivable, bill delivery, rate and consumption statistics, receipt of applications, and customer complaints and adjustments regarding charges and consumption.

This series contains records which reflect the work performed by City employees relating to the installation, recording, maintenance, and removal of electricity meters.

File list File 1: Meter Book (1906) File 2: Meter Record Book (n.d.) File 3: Service Request and Meter Removal Order, Delton Hardware (1913-1919) File 4: Record Book: work, maintenance, etc. (ca. 1931-1951)

Richard Henry Secord

The series consists of Richard Henry Secord’s daily journals, including event and financial notes, 1891-1928 (incomplete), and account books relating to various business activities, 1890-1919 (incomplete), and correspondence and other documents relating to his life activities and involvements. Some daily journals contain entries written by Richard’s wife, Annie York Secord

Secord, Richard Henry

Administrative Records

This series consists of council and committee minutes, voters lists, cemetery records, and bylaws created by the Town of Beverly.

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