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Administrative Records

Series consists of reports, correspondence, and speeches relating to the various functions performed by the Analytical Services, Computer Systems, Computer Operations branches of the Management Services Department.

Analytical Services Branch; Computer Systems Branch; Computer Operations Branch

Printing and Reproductions Branch

Series consists of sample print jobs created by the Printing and Reproductions Branch.
Box 1:

  • File 1 - Storyland Valley Zoo Admission or Ride Tickets (ca. 1973);
  • File 2 - Tourist Parking Tags (ca. 1973);
  • File 3 - Ballot Card for Proprietary Electors - Public Schools(ca. 1973);
  • File 4 - Ballot Cards for Electors - Separate School (ca. 1973);
  • File 5 - City of Edmonton Remittance Advance (ca. 1973);
  • File 6 - City of Edmonton Check [cancelled] (ca. 1973);
  • File 7 - City of Edmonton Paycheck [cancelled] (ca. 1973);
  • File 8 - Census Forms (1972);
  • File 9 - Traffic Tickets (1971)

Box 2:

  • File 10 - Utility Meter Book (n.d.)

Printing and Reproductions Branch

Microfilm and Records Branch

Series consists of 35mm aperture cards of gas plans created by the Microfilm and Records Branch, as well as three photographs which came from the branch director. Two photos depict the Grierson Hill Dump in 1931, and one is a copy of a 1969 aerial photograph showing the area around 97 Street and 103A Avenue.

Council Minutes

This series contains the council minutes for the Town of Strathcona and the City of Strathcona.

File list:

  • File 1: June 27, 1899 – January 31, 1912
  • File 2: 1909
  • File 3: 1910
  • File 4: January 1911 – January 1912

Bylaws

This series contains the bylaws from the Town of Strathcona.

File list:

  • File 1: Ledger of Bylaws Volume 1
  • File 2: Ledger of Bylaws Volume 2
  • File 3: Ledger of Bylaws Volume 3

Financial Records

This series includes records related to the financial responsibilities of the Town of Strathcona and City of Strathcona. It includes tax assessment rolls, tax sale ledgers, ledgers of receipts and expenditures, information about utilities, and a general financial ledger.

Correspondence, Office of the Secretary-Treasurer

The office of Secretary-Treasurer was first held by George F. Downes (1899-1906), then H. G. Clarke (1906-1909), and finally C. E. K. Cox (1910-1912).

This series includes correspondence from the office of the Secretary-Treasurer.

The series is divided into four subseries:

  • Subseries 5.1: Letterbook of Outgoing Correspondence (November 1, 1899 -October 6, 1906)
  • Subseries 5.2: Letterbook of Outgoing Correspondence (October 8, 1906 -July 17, 1907)
  • Subseries 5.3: Correspondence (May 1901 -March 15, 1907)
  • Subseries 5.4: Correspondence (March 15, 1907 -March 1912)

Subseries 5.4 also includes two photographs of Sollitt House and Yard: EA-10-2739 and EA-10-2740.

Engineering Department

The Engineering Department was established in 1958 when the Department of Public Works and the Department of Public Utilities were amalgamated. The department was responsible for the construction and maintenance of Town infrastructure, such as streets, parks, and water and sewer lines, as well as for providing garbage collection and metre reading services. The Department was also tasked with building the Jasper Place Sports Centre. When the Town of Jasper Place amalgamated with the City of Edmonton, the Engineering Department was subsumed into the larger City Engineer's Department.

This series consists of records created and collected by the Jasper Place Engineering Department. It includes project reports, updates, finances, correspondence, police reports on damage to infrastructure, personnel, and blueprints. This series also includes a plaque for the First Street Paving Program.

Jasper Place Recreation Commission

The Town of Jasper Place Recreation Commission was established in 1954 (Bylaw 117) to provide and supervise recreation facilities, such as playgrounds, athletic fields, and recreation centres, as well as activities on properties owned and operated by the Town. The Commission was composed of Town Councillors, representatives from local school boards, and appointees from the community. In later years, the Recreation Commission was led by a superintendent. This position was filled by Jack Boddington from June 10, 1960, until amalgamation, at which point the Recreation Commission ceased operations and its functions were subsumed into the City of Edmonton's Parks and Recreation Department.

This series consists of records created and collected by the Jasper Place Recreation Commission. It includes scrapbooks as well as administrative materials such as meeting minutes, correspondence with other organizations, staffing, and facility rentals and maintenance. The series also includes an event poster for the Jasper Place Sports Centre.

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