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Nursing Records

This series consists of records created by the various sections of the Edmonton Health Department and its successor bodies which were operated by nurses. It includes meeting minutes from numerous committees, reviews of the various community programs run by nursing staff, and training material and educational resources used by nursing staff. It has been divided into three subseries:

  • Subseries 2.1: Committee Minutes
  • Subseries 2.2: Program Review
  • Subseries 2.3: Training and Resources

Hannah Magee

The series consists of records pertaining to Hannah Magee, predominantly regarding her teaching career. Photographs include Hannah, the family home at 6422 – 106 Street, and other members of the Magee family.

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Council Projects

This series consists of a variety of records concerning projects the Edmonton Social Planning Council (E.S.P.C.) and its numerous committees were involved in or concerned with. The projects concern social issues such as the needs of the elderly, community services and development, child welfare and day care services, the Christmas Bureau, the development and support of cooperatives, community schools, services for people with physical disabilities, services for homeless people, women’s shelters, Indigenous and Metis welfare, poverty, rehabilitation, and more. In some cases the E.S.P.C. was the primary driving force behind a project while in other cases it provided support to other organizations’ projects. The types of records included in this series include minutes, correspondence, memorandums, reports, proposals, and studies. The records provide insight into the social issues the E.S.P.C. was concerned with as well as how it worked to address them. In addition, the records help paint a picture of how the E.S.P.C. and its role within the community changed over time.

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The Moore-McNeill Wedding Celebration

At the home of Jock & Jeanie McNeill, 9907 - 108 Street. Standing front row L to R: William McNeill (uncle of the bride), John 'Jock' McNeill (father of the bride), Billy McNeill (best man), Margaret Stevenson (maid of honour), Rev. Kenneth W. Barton, Dan Moore (groom), Mary McNeill (bride), Jeanie McNeill (mother of the bride). See article in Edmonton Bulletin, July 17, 1920.

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