The fonds consists of a photograph of William Henry Northup and Marvin Ransen, likely taken around the time that Northup and Ransen first took homesteads. There is also a biography of William Henry Northup written by his son Clarence.
This fonds consists of material related to land titles and related correspondence in the parts of Sturgeon County that were eventually annexed by the City of Edmonton. The records detail changes pertaining to the land such as the sales, recovery of taxes, building permits, and changes of ownership.
The fonds consists of textual records, historical documents, photographs, paintings and maps gathered by NAPOTA in support of the association’s goal of preserving the history of Edmonton. The fonds also includes the records of the association including minutes, membership records, correspondence, financial documents and news clippings. The fonds is arranged as follows:
Correspondence files 1926, 1928-1929 . a. Alphabetical file series . b. Correspondence files
Topical files 1887-2009 . a. Alphabetical file series . b. Correspondence files
Newspapers and Clippings
Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers' Association
The fonds consists of a photocopy of land grant to Kenneth McDonald for 160 acres of River Lot 20, Edmonton Settlement, Jan.21, 1886, Homestead No. 34509 and one envelope addressed to Mrs. Duncan McLelland c/o Henareth [Kenneth?] McDonald. The photographs include Emma (Rowland) McDonald and two children, William McDonald and family, and a photograph postcard of a Blackfoot man with a pony and teepee.
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.