The fonds consists of records relating to the Urban Reform Group of Edmonton (URGE), including production of a 1978 historical calendar, Board minutes, reports and correspondence. It also contains records relating to the Society for the Protection of Architectural Resources in Edmonton (SPARE) and personal correspondence. The photographs consist mostly of buildings and street scenes in Edmonton and Toronto, ca. 1980, taken as part of research into heritage buildings for SPARE. They include the Ross Brothers and Brighton Block in Edmonton, and the St. Lawrence Market and Gooderham Building (flatiron) in Toronto (EA-560). One photograph is a portrait of Elly De Jongh used for an Edmonton Historical Board award in 1984. The artwork consists of an ink drawing of Primrose House, 1979, as part of research on heritage buildings for SPARE (EAA-113).
This fonds consists of material collected and created by Reg Appleyard, Doug Matheson, Rev. Harry Meadows, Matheson and Company, and the staff of Meadowcroft Seniors’ Residence through their function of running the Meadowcroft corporations and providing quality affordable housing in Edmonton between 1969 and 2010. It contains legal documents, correspondence, reports, committee minutes, pamphlets, photos, plans, audiovisual material and a book, ‘The Meadow’s Story’ (922.77 ROB). The fonds been arranged into five sous-fonds and various series. The sous-fonds are as follows (with overall dates): Sous-fonds 1 – Meadowcroft Housing Corporation Series 1 – Administration (1971-1977) Series 2 – Financial Statements (1974-2009) Series 3 – Letterhead (n.d.) Series 4 – Correspondence (1969- 2001) Series 5 – Meadowcroft Seniors’ Residence Management and Staff (1972-2004) Series 6 – Meadowcroft Seniors’ Residence Renovations (1978-2001) Series 7 – Meadowcroft Seniors’ Residence Mechanical Systems (1980-2007) Series 8 – Events (1973-2002) Series 9 – Meadowcroft Tenants’ Association (1973-2005) Series 10 – Douglas Tower ([ca. 1996]) Series 11 – Matheson and Company (1976-1987) Sous-fonds 2 – Meadowcroft Holdings Series 1 – Administration (1974-2007) Series 2 – Financial Statements (1975-2009) Series 3 – 11115, 11141 and 11145 – 84 Avenue (1976) Series 4 – Sherbrooke Townhouses (2008-2009) Series 5 – Matheson and Company (1974-1985) Sous-fonds 3 – Meadowcroft Housing Society of Edmonton Series 1 – Administration (1977) Series 2 – Financial Statements (1977-2009) Series 3 – Correspondence relating to Brentwood Homes (1976-1979) Series 4 – Brentwood Homes Land Acquistion (1976-1977) Series 5 – Brentwood Homes Renovations (1977-1980) Series 6 – Appraisal of Brentwood Homes (1980) Series 7 – Brentwood Homes Phase II (1978-1983) Series 8 – Mortgage Renewal (1988) Series 9 – Loans to Other Organizations (2003-2008) Series 10 – Matheson and Company (1977-1989) Sous-fonds 4 – Other Material Series 1 – History (2010) Series 2 – Conferences on Gerontology (1976-1996) Series 3 – Research material relating to Seniors (1976-2000) Sous-fonds 5 – Personal Correspondence Series 1 – Doug Matheson (1984)
The fonds consists of records for various members of the Joseph Boulanger family. File List: File 1: Dr. Joseph Boulanger
a letter confirming post-graduate work by Joseph Boulanger in 1919 at The Society of the Lying-In Hospital, New York NY, April 5, 1937
business cards - Dr. Joseph Boulanger, Edmonton, Alberta - annotated on back; P.J.F. Thiel, Archivista, Roma; Dr. Charles Puybaret, Brive File 2: Valerie Phaneuf Boulanger
a lithographic print of a poem, ‘The Unknown Warrior’, by Valerie Phaneuf-Boulanger, 1922, possibly printed in The Western Warrior. File 3: Dr. Jean-Baptiste Boulanger
letterhead of Le Petit Jour : Journal de la Jeunesse, published by Jean-Baptiste Boulanger, ca. 1936, (4 pages, blank);
programme, souvenir card and news clippings re: award of medaille de vermeil to Jean-Baptiste Boulanger, awarded December 1935, presented 1936;
letter, from Jean Iltis [?] in France, requesting assistance in finding a Canadian pen pal, 1939. The photographs reflect Dr. Joseph Boulanger’s medical career and Jean-Baptiste Boulanger’s scholastic achievements.
This fonds consists of textual records related to George Kinnaird’s employment with the Hudson’s Bay Company and a portrait photograph taken in his later years. File List: File 1: O/S copy of Indenture Agreement of George Kinnaird to the Governor and Company of Adventurers (early Hudson’s Bay Company), as an apprentice clerk, to proceed to Hudson’s Bay, for term of 3 years, to be paid thirty pounds the first year, forty pounds the second year and fifty pounds the third year, October 1875. File 2: O/S signed Certificate of Appreciation from staff of Hudson’s Bay Company, Edmonton, to George Johnstone Kinnaird, February 28, 1900 at the time of his resignation.