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Employee Pensions

The Civic pension fund appears to have been started in 1930s. Units for pension savings were from employee wages through the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor, and after 1952 by the Comptroller's Department.

This series contains records relating to the purchase of units for the employees' pension fund. The series is comprised of calculations regarding expected pension fund contributions, and three ledgers detailing contributions, with employees listed by department. Information found within these ledgers includes name, date of birth, date of hire, pension premiums, termination of service record, and value of pension.

The series also includes correspondence regarding enlisted employees and records relating to the pension payments of civic employees enlisted in the armed forces during the Second World War.

File List

  • Ledger 1: City of Edmonton Pension Fund (1938-1941). RESTRICTED This ledger was used to calculate current employees' eligible pensions (as of December 31, 1938).

  • Ledger 2: City of Edmonton Pension Fund (1939-1949). RESTRICTED This ledger lists employees in the pension scheme, including personal and employment details, and a calculation of pension contributions.

  • Ledger 3: City of Edmonton Pension Fund (1939-1957). RESTRICTED This ledger lists employees in the pension scheme, including personal and employment details, details on City contributions, and information on the pension option selected.

  • File 1: City of Edmonton Pension Fund calculations and estimates, 1939-1971 (ca. 1939)

  • File 2: Correspondence and records relating to civic employees enlisted in the armed forces and payments into their pensions while on service (1939-1946)

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.

The Citizen

This series contains issues of The Citizen, an independent weekly newspaper serving the Town of Jasper Place.

Ross Family

The series consists of textual records and photographs predominantly pertaining to Harold and Winnifred Ross, and to a lesser extent their daughter Jeane. The textual records includes postcards written from Winnie to some of her family and from Harold to Winnie shortly before they were married. Some photographs include other family members of the Ross and Thompson families. The records reflect Harold and Winnie’s life from coming west as young single adults, becoming a family in Edmonton before Harold went off to war, and Winnie’s later life on the farm in Millet.

Ross Family

Photographs

This series consists of photographs of the University of Alberta, wartime housing, the 109 Street subway, sanitation trucks, construction on bridges and roads, streetscapes, trolleys, and buses.

The Suburban Times

This series contains issues of The Suburban Times, an independent weekly newspaper serving the Town of Jasper Place.

The Suburban Times

Faith Clifton

The series consists of records pertaining to Faith Howay Clifton.

File List
File 1: Theatre (1943-1948, n.d.):
~ newsletters 'Role Call', Apr. 1944 (vol. 7, no. 4), Nov. 1, 1944 (vol. 8, no. 1), Dec. 1944 (vol. 8, no. 2 - 2 copies), May 1945 (vo.l 8, no. 4), includes articles by or about Faith Clifton,
~ programme, 'Arsenic and Old Lace', Edmonton Little Theatre, Apr. 28-30, 1943 (assistant director and costumes),
~ programme, 'The Skin of Our Teeth', Edmonton Little Theatre, Mar. 9-10, 1945 (R.B. Clifton as Professor, back page annotated by Faith Clifton, “I sold all this ruddy advertizing”[sic]),
~ programme, news clipping, 'Life With Father', Nov. 15-17, 1948 (director).

File 2: News clippings (1945-1959, n.d.):
~ Edmonton Little/Community Theatre,
~ drama festivals,
~ Canadian National Institute for the Blind,
~ Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire,
~ Alberta Progressive Conservative Association,
~ Circle 8 Theatre,
~ Edmonton Allied Arts Council,
~ obituary, published Edmonton Journal, 23 Apr 1959

Clifton, Faith Howay

Airport Tenants

This series consist of records relating to tenants of the airport, including leases, agreements, and correspondence with government organizations and private companies conducting business on airport land.

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