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Finance Committee Reports

This series contains reports from the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee was established in 1914. The Committee discussed City financial matters and reported to Council. The Finance Committee was succeeded by the Finance and Budgeting Committee, then the Economic Affairs Committee.

Valley Zoo

This sub-series contains records created in the planning and operation of the Storyland Valley Zoo. The material includes correspondence as well as records relating to administration, strategic planning, facility and exhibit development, animal acquisition and care, programming, finances, personnel, external organizations, and media coverage.

The sub-series includes photographs of animals and zoo facilities around 1970 (EA-20-623 to EA-20-633), as well as postcards of Edmonton and photos of Fort Edmonton Park (EA-20-635 to EA-20-641), and historic photographs of the construction of the High Level Bridge, Fort Edmonton, the Legislature, and the Edmonton Ski Club (EA-20-642 to EA-20-645). The subseries also includes a set of postcards depicting the Valley Zoo from ca. 1970 (EA-20-5471 to EA-20-5500).

The file list was arranged by type of record.

Edmonton Valley Zoo

Peter Anderson fonds

  • CA EDM MS-218
  • Fondo
  • 1899-1941, predominantly 1914-1916.

This fonds consists of a menu card, a manuscript account of Peter Anderson’s escape from a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany during World War I; a letter written from the Bischofswerda camp to his son, Bert; humorous regimental orders and a uniform button for the 101st Edmonton Fusiliers (9th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force).
The photographs include Peter Anderson and family, Peter Anderson in military uniform and Sandison’s Brickyard.

Anderson, Peter

Indigenous Material Finding Aid

This item consists of the thematic finding aid for records relating to Indigenous peoples. The City of Edmonton Archives has a variety of material "about" Indigenous peoples, consisting of the "official" records of the City where it has interactions with them. Because jurisdiction for Indigenous people was held at the federal government level, there are not many of these records and they tend to present snapshots in time, rather than the full story of the City's relationships with Indigenous people. This Finding Aid helps to bring together a wide variety of sources of information for the researcher, but does not represent a comprehensive collection of all historical sources relating to Indigenous political, social, economic and cultural development. There is a brief overview of how some of the records came into being and a note on completing research projects with this material at the beginning of the Finding Aid which should be read for context and for the researcher's self care.

Sheet Music Finding Aid

This item consists of the thematic finding aid compiling records regarding Sheet Music. Many people collected sheet music for their own pleasure and to assist them to entertain others. Many Archives accept such collections because it helps researchers tell the stories of a community's cultural influences, social activities and attitudes. Many of the items themselves are aesthetic works as well as they contain examples of contemporary art on their covers. This Finding Aid will also allow those seeking specific titles of musical pieces to see if they are held in the City of Edmonton collections in one central resource.

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