The fonds consists of an album of Byron-May photographs. Many of the photographs were part of their business, including commissioned images. The album also includes photographs of the Percy Byron and Gustave May families.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook, mostly of newspaper clippings, created by Kenneth A. McLeod relating to the Government of Premier A. F. Sifton, Government of Alberta. The clippings cover a variety of topics, subjects and people, including:
Alberta: provincial finances, natural resources, politics and government
railways: the Canadian Northern Railway, Canadian Northern Western Railway, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway, Grand Trunk and Pacific Railway
people: Donald Baker, R.B. Bennet, J.R. Boyle, G.H.V. Bulyea, Archy Campbell, W.R. Clarke, J.L. Cote, C.W. Cross, W.H. Cushing, Peter Gunn, George Hoadley, Robert Jaffray, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Peter E. Lessard, A.J. McArthur, J.D. McArthur, John A. McDougall, A.J. (Archie) McLean, Duncan Marshall, Edward M. Michener, C.M. O’Brien, Frank Oliver, William Franklin Puffer, E.H. Riley, Harold Riley, Alexander Cameron Rutherford, Walter Scott, Arthur Lewis Sifton, Clifford Sifton, John W. Sifton, Charles Stewart, Robert Taylor Telford, T.M. Tweedie.
current events at the time: freedom of the press, women’s suffrage, World War I (1914-1918). The fonds also includes the book, The Last of the Buffalo: Comprising a History of the Buffalo Herd of the Flathead Reservation and An Account of the Great Round Up, by Tom Jones and Norman Luxtion, 1909 (599.64 JOH o/s).
The fonds consists of some records and biographical clippings of Richard Ottewell and the Ottewell family as well as correspondence and records of Jennie (Ottewell) Smith and her husband Bliss Simith. There are also books in algebra, geometry, mechanics and mechanical drawing from the American School of Correspondence, likely used by Bliss Smith for correspondence courses as well as a garden seed and nursery catalogue: The photographs are of Richard and Fanny Ottewell and their children, including Richard and Fanny Ottewell on their 50th wedding anniversary (1927), as well as the Clover Bar School.
The fonds consists of photographs from the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce's in-house collection. Many of the photographs are by the Byron-May Company, who were commissioned by the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce to create brochures promoting Edmonton as an up and coming city.
The photographs are of early Edmonton and include buildings, street scenes, city and farm scenes, animals, agriculture, people and events.
The fonds consists of photographs of Rita’s and Walter’s graduating classes. It includes the Graduating Class General Hospital 1922, which has a portrait photograph of Rita Efner, and the University of Alberta Pharmacy Class 1920-1921, which has a portrait photograph of W.R. Stewart.
The fonds consists of the records of the Laurent Garneau family. The textual records deal with Laurent Garneau’s estate following his death in 1921. The photographs include Laurent and Eleanor Garneau, their children and grandchildren.
The fonds consists of the identification papers and personal documentation of Josef Huber and family including:
Wedding certificate (Trauungs Schein) for Josef Huber and Francisca Lang, married 1891, certificate issued 1909
Baptismal certificate (Tauf-Schein) for Pauline, daughter of Josef Huber and Francisca Lang, born 19 Dec 1897, certificate issued 1909
Baptismal certificate (Testimonium ortus et baptismi) for Anton Huber, born 25 Oct 1900, certificiate issued 1909
Land certificate ? (Heimats-Schein) for Josef Huber, issued 1909
passport issued to Josef Huber by the Austro-Hungarian Empire at Chernowitz (Czernowitz), Bukovina in 1909; it includes Josef Huber, his wife Francisca Lang and their four children, sons Johann and Anton and daughers, Kristina and Karoline,
Dominion Lands interim homestead receipt for SE-21-56-6-W5, issued to Josef Huber, July 25, 1912 at Edmonton,
Register of Alien Enemies card issued July 2, 1915 at Edmonton,
Certificate of Naturalization issued February 26, 1921,
a letter of agreement with Ernest Abbott dated August 29, 1927.