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Michael Phair Records

This series consists of files kept by Michael Phair, including correspondence files, an issue related file on police action in parks, and artifacts including a t-shirt and service award plaque. While this is a very small representation of Michael Phair’s work and impact on the growth of Edmonton’s LBGQT community, it must be stated that in almost every series described in the GALA fonds, researchers will glean the importance of Michael Phair’s contributions. He was instrumental in establishing and helping to maintain many of Edmonton’s LGBQT associations, and was a mover and shaker behind collecting, preserving and eventually donating the Gay and Lesbian Archives to the City of Edmonton Archives.
Michael Phair would be the first to recommend that all that he donated be incorporated as part of GALA, and this was achieved with most of what he brought in. The few files listed in this final series are those that could not easily be separated from Phair the individual: correspondence to and from him; his own written notes on specific topics, and his personal artifacts. His donated material included clipping files, subject topic files, and other material, but all was intended as further contributions and accruals for GALA. Needless to say, the researchers studying the history of gay activism in Edmonton will learn about the work and significance of Michael Phair.

Michael Phair

Planchecker's Files

This series contains building plans submitted to the City of Edmonton to the Town of Beverly as required to receive a building permit.

City Architect and Building Inspector's Department

Planning Department Records 1970-1982

This series contains records created by different units of the City of Edmonton Planning Department. They have been arranged into the following classes:

  • Class 1: Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan
  • Class 2: Northeast Light Rail Transit Corridor Study
  • Class 3: Old Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan Bylaw
  • Class 4: Jasper Place Zoning Review
  • Class 5: Stony Plain Strip Study
  • Class 6: Boyle Street-McCauley Area Redevelopment Plan Bylaw Special Area Files
  • Class 7: Special Area Files
  • Class 8: General Research Service Files
  • Class 9: General Service Files
  • Class 10: Planning Act Correspondence
  • Class 11: Edmonton Regional Planning Commission Correspondence
  • Class 12: Systems Information Correspondence
  • Class 13: Realty Development Office-1977 Administration
  • Class 14: Realty Development Office-1977 Developments
  • Class 15: Realty Development Office-1977 Downtown Pedestrian Tunnels and Light Rail System
  • Class 16: Realty Development Office-1977 Industrial Areas
  • Class 17: Realty Development Office-1977 Edmonton General
  • Class 18: Realty Development Office-1977 Development Policies, Procedures and Legislation
  • Class 19: Realty Development Office-1977 Transportation, Streets and Freeways
  • Class 20: Realty Development Office-1977 West Jasper Place Subdivision, 301
  • Class 21: Realty Development Office-1977 Mill Wood Subdivision, 302
  • Class 22: Realty Development Office-1977 Castle Downs Subdivision 303
  • Class 23: Realty Development Office-1977 Hermitage Subdivision, 304
  • Class 24: Realty Development Office-1977 Kaskitayo Subdivision, 305
  • Class 25: Realty Development Office-1977 Petrolia (South Greenfield) Subdivision, 306
  • Class 26: Realty Development Office-1977 Clareview Subdivision, 308
  • Class 27: Realty Development Office-1977 Duggan Subdivision, 309
  • Class 28: Realty Development Office-1977 Casselman- Steele Heights Subdivision, 310
  • Class 29: Realty Development Office-1977 Terwillegar Heights Subdivision, 312
  • Class 30: Realty Development Office-1977 Abbottsfield, 314 Calder, 320 Bergman Replot, 322 Hillcrest, 324
  • Class 31: Castledowns Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 32: South East Edmonton Industrial Planning and Development
  • Class 33: Mill Woods Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 34: Kaskitayo Subdivision-Neighbourhood Planning and Development
  • Class 35: Technical Advisory Committee
  • Class 36: Edmonton Power, 1975-1977

Names Advisory Committee

This series consists of six subseries:

Subseries 1: Indexes
This sub-series consists of the indexes of meeting minutes of the Names Advisory Committee (NAC). Researchers can use this sub-series as a finding aid for material in subseries 2.

Subseries 2: Meetings
This subseries contains all minutes and agendas of the NAC.

Subseries 3: Correspondence
This subseries collects the NAC's letters to and from other committees as well as some letters regarding names research. Some neighbourhood structure plans were included as attachments.

Subseries 4: Names Reserve List
Names added to this list were researched and vetted before being recommended to City Council.

Subseries 5: Reference Material
This subseries consists of reference material the NAC gathered regarding potential names. Lists of named and unnamed lakes are also included in the subseries.

Subseries 6: Recommendations
This subseries includes the recommendations the NAC made to City Council.

Names Advisory Committee

Address Coordination Committee

The Address Coordination Committee was tasked with solving issues born from the City of Edmonton's growth. The Committee's responsibilities include assigning new street and avenue numbers as well as coordinating new addresses for housing developments.

This series consists of material related to numbering streets in the City of Edmonton. While most of the content is correspondence, some plans for implementation are included.

Permits

This series consists of building, sewer, and plumbing permit ledgers for the City of Edmonton from 1902-1976, and 1996-1998, as well as aggregates of building permits issued based on type of building between 1947 and 1973. The City requires a building permit be issued prior to the beginning of construction of any project. The ledgers contain information regarding these permits and the prices paid to attain them.

Photographs

This series contains photographs of streetscapes and buildings in Edmonton, particularly commercial and residential structures around downtown which no longer exist today. The photos also include oblique aerial photos from the 1950s and 1960s documenting downtown, the river valley, and the suburbs.

Scrapbooks

From the 1950s through to the 1970s it was not unusual for City departments to keep scrapbooks as a record of their activities. This series contains 34 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to the business of the City of Edmonton, and specifically the Planning Department.

Development Appeal Board

The minutes capture the final decisions of the Development Appeal Board, including conditions and justifications. Each meeting consisted of an agenda with items based on applicant or appellant names. Each meeting is listed in chronological order as supplied by the creator. This series currently has a single subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Development Appeal Board Minutes
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