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Daily Journal 1891

Richard H. Secord's daily journal includes notes on his business transactions in the fur trade, agriculture and store, his social activities including his marriage to Annie York in August 1891, as well as events in the Edmonton community.
Note - some entries written by his wife Annie Secord.

The filelist is a transcript of selected entries from the journal - it is not a complete transcription of the entire journal.

Laurent & Eleanor Garneau

The series consists of the records of Laurent and Eleanor Garneau. The textual records deal with Laurent Garneau’s estate following his death in 1921, including an inventory of his assets and correspondence regarding the disposal of the will. The photographs are of Eleanor and Laurent Garneau.

Garneau, Thomas Family

Ross Family

The series consists of textual records and photographs predominantly pertaining to Harold and Winnifred Ross, and to a lesser extent their daughter Jeane. The textual records includes postcards written from Winnie to some of her family and from Harold to Winnie shortly before they were married. Some photographs include other family members of the Ross and Thompson families. The records reflect Harold and Winnie’s life from coming west as young single adults, becoming a family in Edmonton before Harold went off to war, and Winnie’s later life on the farm in Millet.

Ross Family

Matthew McCauley Family

The series consists of family and business records of Matthew McCauley and his family. The family records include biographies on Matthew McCauley and his family. There are also family history narratives, family tree sheets, and some photocopies of photographs.

The business records are for Matthew McCauley’s butcher shop and cartage businesses. The ledgers list the daily transactions or general accounts of the businesses, which include the names of many (now well known) Edmonton families and the costs of the material, product or service provided (ex: hay, meat, livery, hauling and cartage).

The photographs include the first train across the North Saskatchewan River, Matthew’s children, and the First Presbyterian Church Choir.

Matthew McCauley Family

Minutes

This series contains the council minutes from the Village of North Edmonton.

File list:

  • File 1: Council Minutes, 1910-1912

Clippings files

In the 1940s, the Archives and Landmarks Committee, together with the Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timer’s Association, began keeping subject based clippings files. Another collection of clippings files was started by the Legislative Library, donated to the Provincial Archives of Alberta and then transferred to the Archives and Landmarks Committee. When it was formed in 1971, the City of Edmonton Archives took over the Committee’s textual collections, including the clippings files. The Archives continued to add to the clippings files until 2017.

Over the years, diverse arrays of materials ranging from original documents to publications were kept in these files. This type of cataloguing was common, however archival best practice has moved away from this method. Many archives no longer maintain clippings files and when they do, they generally contain only published materials.

Currently, there are three distinct types of material located within the City of Edmonton Archives Clippings Files:

  • Clippings: Materials removed, or clipped, from a larger piece, usually a newspaper or periodical.

  • Ephemera: Materials, usually printed documents, created for a specific, limited purpose, and generally designed to be discarded after use. Examples include advertisements, tickets, brochures, and receipts.

  • Discrete Item: An item, usually unique and original, that is not part of a larger body of material (e.g., a fonds or collection). Repositories sometimes acquire materials that do not form a part of a larger fonds, collection or series. Context of creation, accumulation and use may or may not be known and, even if they are known, no other materials of the same provenance may be held by the repository. At the City of Edmonton Archives some discrete items were once part of a larger body and were moved to a clippings file.

This series consists of over 26,000 clipping files. The series has been divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 1: Biography clippings files
  • Subseries 2: City clippings files
  • Subseries 3: General clippings files

Scrapbook 1 - volume 1

The file consists of volume 1 of the scrapbook 'The First Fifty Years: A Pictorial Review of the origin of the Parish of St. Anthony of Padua and the contributions made by the pioneers, both for the Church and in the Community'.
The scrapbook was compiled by Mary Wankel Dornan and Mae Bedard Green, and includes reminiscences on early Edmonton as well as family and community histories covering predominantly 1890-1955.
The scrapbook includes photographs EB-40-1 to EB-40-56.

The writings in this volume cover the following subjects or topics:

  • Fort Edmonton
  • John Walter and his ferry
  • Laurent Garneau and his family
  • Convent of the Sisters Faithful Companion of Jesus, Edmonton, NWT
  • Strathcona 1891-1910 (hand drawn map with named streets)
  • St. Anthony of Padua Church and School
  • The Archdiocese of Edmonton 1902-1938
  • Archbishop McGuigan, Bishop Grandin, Father Albert Lacombe, Archbishop Emile Legal, and Archbishop Henry J. O'Leary
  • St. Anthony School
  • Games We Played In 1910
  • Students at St. Anthony's School: Annie Allen, Grace Bard, Harry Bard, Mabel Bard, Velma Bartley, Mae Bedard, Wallace Bijou, Mike Blischok, Cath. Carrigan, Dan Carrigan, Gene Carrigan, Harry Dechene, Zoe Defond, Alice Duggan, Bill Fraser, Norman Fraser, Theresa Fraser, Lester Ferring, Aime Goyer, Albert Goyer, Aileen Hobson, Marjorie Husband, Margaret Joyce, Anne Keizer, Marie Keizer, Annie Kulak, Aime Labonte, Edward LaFleche, Joe LaFleche, Louis LaFleche, Algena Lamy, Helen Loughlin, Joseph Malone, Margaret Malone, Della McDonough, James McDonough, Helen McGuiness, Marjorie McKeena, Alice McLean, Alf McLean, Frank McLean, Alice McManus, Clifford McManus,Ellen McManus, Patrick Meehan, Nick Metzger, Kathleen Moher, Bill Monaghan, Alpha Morency, Katie Nearny, John Norrington, Irene Piche, Catherine Pollard, Harold Pollard, Rosie Pollard, Agnes Rafferty, James Rafferty, Arthur Ring, Dimple Ring, Irene Roth, Katie Schariski, Mike Schariski, Annie Schmidt, Arthur Seward, Lawrence Sullivan, Thomas Sullivan, James Tierny, Tommy Walsh, Charlie Wankel, Mamie Wankel
  • Teachers at St. Anthony's School: Miss Bedard, Miss Helen Marquis, Miss Shannon, Mill Tellier, Sister Patrick
  • The John Berchman's Society (altar boys): Dan Carrigan, Tom Carrigan, Willie Fraser, Aime Goyer, Albert Goyer, Aime Labonte, Joe Malone, Alf McLean, John McLean, James TiernyTommy Walsh, Charlie Wankel
  • City of Edmonton Stern Wheeler
  • The Strathcona Tannery and the Bedard Family (Fermin Bedard, William H. Bedard, Sam Bedard, Augusta Bedard, Edna Bedard, Elva Bedard, Florence Bedard, Frances Bedard, Mae Bedard, Harry Bedard, Lou Peverell, Mabel Shannon, Lizzie Swaboda)
  • Henry Collins (Muchias)
  • The Mayall family (Mr. Mayall, Cecilia Robson Mayall, Dolly Mayall, Eva Mayall, Robert Mayall)
  • The Pollard Brothers (includes the Pollard Brickyard)
  • The John A. Pollard Family
  • John (Red) Pollard
  • Williams (Mr & Mrs Henry Williams, Charles Williams)
  • Flood of the North Saskatchewan River - June 27, 1915
  • Spare the Rod 1900-1910 (Mother Bernadette, Miss Crough)
  • Keeping Diaries (John Fraser, Fermin Bedard)
  • Connelly Family (Jack Connelly, Father Paul Connelly, Mrs. Tom McLean, Mrs. D. McCarthy)
  • Here and There (FCJ Sisters, Dan Connelly, John Pollard, Pat McManus, prices in 1890, pennies, Mr. Duggan, Mr. McManus, Ross' Hardware, Wankel and Barr Hardware, Afternoon Tea and Calling Cards)
  • John Joseph Duggan, Margaret McDonald Duggan
  • Third Street Separate High School (Principal Mother Margaret Mary, Miss Laura Moret, Elva Bedard, Bernard McEleney)
  • First Street Cars on Whyte Avenue
  • McIntyre Memorial Fountain (drinking fountain at 83 Avenue and Main Street)
  • Nancy O'Brien, Madam Fontaine
  • St. Rene's Church
  • Lemarchand Mansion
  • Two-Room School in Gallagher Flats 1913
  • The Bard Family and House (Delmar Bard, Mary O'Keefe Bard, Harry Bard, Grace Bard, Bard Lake, Ella Kearny Bard, Harry Bard, Tommy Walsk, Charlie Wankel, Peg Carrigan, Jo Carrigan, Mable Bard, Bert Bard, Cath. Carrigan)
  • The Carrigan Family and House (Ed Carrigan, Kate Carrigan, Gunnar Hoyem, Gudrun Hoyem. Laurette Carrigan, Tom Carrigan)
  • Bill Price Receives Gene Carrigan Trophy
  • The T.P. Malone Family (Thomas Peter Malone, Sara McMillan Malone, John Malone, Charles Fisher, Pat Burns, Margaret Mary Malone, Joseph Malone, Anna Malone, Paul Malone, Malone Store, Malone Block, Right Reverend Joseph McMillan Malone, Dr. Ross Vant, Auguste Maure)
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