This fonds consists of material collected by George H. Buck on the Edmonton Transit Trolley Busses and Street Rail systems, including sketches of transit locations, propane fuel system conversions, changes in the south side bus routes in 1962, trolley and street rail equipment, manuals and employee seniority lists.
The fonds consists of certificates for Halley's Comet 1986 sighting, a copy of the site profile on the 1908 house in downtown Edmonton later converted into a restaurant called Vi's and information on the Oliver area. Another accrual in 2010 contained documents used for site profiles on the Canadian Furniture Company, Armstrong Drug Store, W.W. Arcade, Mike's News, Pantages (Strand) Theatre and the Princess Theatre.
This collection consists of blotters from the Ritz Hotel, post cards of Edmonton, clippings, maps, artefacts, The Tower Suite menus, invitations, a 1960 Grey Cup Official Programme, a story in TV Week magazine about Lionel Thomas's bronze sculpture "Migrants" (called locally the "Spaghetti Tree) and Christmas cards, A history of Alberta College
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Liew Lawrence of Edmonton between 1964 and 1987. The fonds consists of annual reports, transportation studies and management workshops, correspondence, employee newsletters, and other materials relating to Edmonton Transit. Some personal materials are within the fonds as well.
The collection consists of materials collected by Lou Marsh and created between 1939 and 1988. The collection consists of publications relating to the rail transportation system in Alberta. Several brochures relate to the Edmonton Streetcar System. Also included: articles, clippings, brochures and copies of newspapers or magazines relating to the 1987 tornado in Edmonton, Royal visits, sports events, antique collections, trolley cars, railroads, and railway history. There are also minutes, bylaws, correspondence and the newsletter of the Studebaker Drivers Club Inc., Edmonton Chapter.