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Administration

The series consists of meeting minutes, agreements, financial records, personnel records, correspondence, and other material generated through the business conducted at the Municipal Airport.
An order has been imposed on the material. The arrangement includes four sub-series, which are as follows:

  • Sub-series 1.1 – Reports, minutes, general orders and record keeping
  • Sub-series 1.2 – Finance
  • Sub-series 1.3 – Buildings
  • Sub-series 1.4 – Human Resources (Restricted)

Debentures

This series contains records relating to the generation of funds by the City of Edmonton, including debentures, treasury bills, and bond coupons.

Administrative Records

This series contains records created through the administration of the Fire Department. The series has been divided into the following six subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Reports, minutes, general orders and record keeping
  • Subseries 2: Finance
  • Subseries 3: Agreements
  • Subseries 4: Buildings
  • Subseries 5: Human Resources
  • Subseries 6: Ephemera

Autograph Book

Notes, poems, and dedications to Annie York from various friends and family, includes: L.C. York, L.L. Hill, R. Lawson, Angie York, Nellie Robertson, C.A. Durno, Ida Howe, D. Lawson, Annie, Thos. Sawson, James Short, John York, Joseph McGill, Jessie, G.M. McBride, Mary Bromwell, Kate Kirtcel, Ida McGill.

Home and Commercial Designers

The bulk of this series consists of oversize residential and commercial plans. To impose order, the residential plans were separated according to those with a client name attached (and location if both are present); those with a location only attached, and general plans without identifying details. Within these categories, the plans were further organized chronologically. The same process was used for organizing the proposed commercial plans, although chronology was not as easy to establish. There is one file of advertising material.

City of Edmonton records

This series consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, studies, agreements, and assorted material relating to the involvement of different civic departments in the preparation for the 1978 Commonwealth Games.

This series has been divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Administration records (1971-1978)
  • Subseries 2: Background Material records (1967-1975)
  • Subseries 3: City '78 records (1971-1978)
  • Subseries 4: XI Commonwealth Games Canada (1978) Foundation records (1972-1978)
  • Subseries 5: Consultants' records (1973-1977)
  • Subseries 6: Equipment records (1975-1978)
  • Subseries 7: Financial records (1974-1978)
  • Subseries 8: Management Advisory Committee records (1974-1978)
  • Subseries 9: Pre-Games Events records (1976-1978)
  • Subseries 10: Protocol records (1978)
  • Subseries 11: Related Events records (1972-1977)
  • Subseries 12: Studies (1971-1975)
  • Subseries 13: Venues records (1973-1981)

Engineering Department

The Engineering Department was established in 1958 when the Department of Public Works and the Department of Public Utilities were amalgamated. The department was responsible for the construction and maintenance of Town infrastructure, such as streets, parks, and water and sewer lines, as well as for providing garbage collection and metre reading services. The Department was also tasked with building the Jasper Place Sports Centre. When the Town of Jasper Place amalgamated with the City of Edmonton, the Engineering Department was subsumed into the larger City Engineer's Department.

This series consists of records created and collected by the Jasper Place Engineering Department. It includes project reports, updates, finances, correspondence, police reports on damage to infrastructure, personnel, and blueprints. This series also includes a plaque for the First Street Paving Program.

1911 Edmonton Bulletin Special Edition

The Edmonton Bulletin hired advertising specialist C.A. Violette of San Francisco to conduct an advertising campaign to create this Special Edition which was used to promote Edmonton as an up-and-coming city, and includes descriptions of businesses, businessmen, and industries, as well as descriptions of the social, economic, military and artistic scenes in Edmonton and the greater Edmonton area.

All of the photographs used in the publication were created by the Byron-May Company (EB-26).

Communications and Operations

The series consists of records related to the operational functions of the Edmonton Social Planning Council (E.S.P.C.) and its communications and interactions with external organizations. During the E.S.P.C.'s early years, it acted as a coordinating body for other social agencies, therefore the series includes records pertaining to the council's interactions with a wide variety of organizations, government offices and persons. These include the Canadian Welfare Council, Youth Services, The John Howard Society, University of Alberta, Canadian Mental Health Association in Alberta and the Edmonton School Board, along with many others. Records include correspondence, reports, minutes, news clippings, and reference documentation. Minutes include those from related organizations and councils that the E.S.P.C. worked with, as well as the various committees within the council. Some of the records including, newsletters, programs and bulletins, relate to external organizations, at local, provincial, national and international levels. These records provide context for the E.P.S.C's work and interactions with these external organizations.

The series also includes records pertaining to the United Community Fund of Greater Edmonton (formerly Community Chest) which merged with the E.P.S.C. in 1953 and early correspondence with Charlotte Whitton, who founded the Canadian Council on Child Welfare in 1920.

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