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.
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)
The series consists of family and business records for Samuel McCauley and his family.
The family papers include a family tree page and family history narratives.
The business records include booklets with the costs and amount of construction material used for various projects and clients, and photographs of some of the construction and hauling work done by Samuel McCauley and his crew.
The series consists of records predominantly reflecting Mickey’s acting career, including programmes, correspondence, news clippings and photographs. There are also records pertaining to family and Mickey’s foray into creative writing.
The series consists of records pertaining to Alan’s military and legal careers, with a lesser extent to his acting and community involvement activities. The records include programmes, correspondence, writings by Alan, news clippings and photographs.
The series consists of the records of Alexander McCauley’s construction and moving business including booklets with the costs and amount of construction material used for various projects and clients. There are also cancelled cheques, most signed by Alex McCauley, but then signed by Alex’s wife, Elizabeth, in the last few months of the business as Alex was ill for a few months before his death in 1908.
The series consists of a note and letters written by Margaret, and greeting cards given to her by her husband or children.
File List File 1: Card - with poem 'Mother' written by Margaret Calder, as a young girl to her mother; on a calling card for her mother, Mrs. D. Calder [ca. 1915], File 2: Travel - Letters ('Bulletins 1-12') written by Margaret Calder Secord, to her son's family (Dick, Delle & Dickie) while touring the United States. The letters include travel itinerary and events. Also includes Visitor Passes for Mrs. R.Y. Secord to the U.S. Senate Chamber and the US House of Representatives May 1956, File 3: Greeting cards - various greeting cards to Margaret Calder Secord from her husband or children [197-?].