The fonds consists of assorted material collected, some possibly made, by Beatrice Parker-Nordon. Most of the records are related to the Holden school when Beatrice Parker-Nordon (“Mrs. P-N”) was a teacher at the school.
Program (Christmas Concert – Holden School) 1947 - annotated,
Program (Christmas Concert – Holden School) 1948 - annotated,
Christmas Program (Sunday School) 1950,
Holden School Christmas Program 1951,
Program – Official Opening of the New Holden High School 1952.
Newspaper – Holden Herald, June 6, 1950 (with article of Holden Divisional Track Meet, May 27, 1950, includes results of Holden School students),
Newspaper – Holden Herald, April 24, 1951 (with article of Holden High School’s presentation of 3-act comedy play ‘That Perkins Family’).
Invitation to Holden A.T.A. (Alberta Teachers’ Association) Annual Christmas Banquet, 1951 (includes original drawing used on front of card, possibly done by Beatrice Parker-Nordon),
Draft manuscript of article by Holden A.T.A. for Education Week, with annotations (article likely written or edited by Beatrice Parker-Nordon).
Greeting cards (Christmas, Valentine, etc) – likely some are from students.
Programme ‘Just the Two of Us’ – extracts from CJCA broadcasts presented by Burrows Motors, 1951,
Photocopy of article – ‘World’s Smallest Building Faced With Demolition In City’, Edmonton Journal, July 30, 1960 (re: Mite Block in Edmonton),
Booklet: Canada and the Second World War by C. P. Stacey .