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Unknown Lodge Number

This series consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, and financial statements whose originating Lodge is unknown. The series also contains reports and proceedings of the Rebekah Assembly of Alberta, as well as collected histories and publications from other administrative bodies within the I.O.O.F.

Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 2

This series consists of minutes, financial ledgers, membership applications and certifications, and annual reports of the Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 2. The Lodge was established on March 11, 1907 with fifty-six candidates comprising 32 sisters and 24 brothers. In 2008, the Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge absorbed the Unity Lodge membership to ease declining membership in both Lodges.

Friendship Lodge No. 7

This series consists of membership application ledgers, financial statements, minutes, rolls of honor, challenge books, and receipt books. The Lodge was named after the first watch word of the Odd Fellows motto “Friendship, Love and Truth.”

Jewel Rebekah Lodge No. 25

This series is comprised of minutes, financial statements, membership ledgers, reports, certificates, constitutions, bylaws, and correspondence used in the operations of the Jewel Rebekah Lodge No. 25. The Lodge was established on July 4, 1912 with Sister Emeline Moffat as the Noble Grand. As Lodge membership declined in other I.O.O.F. and Rebekah organizations in the City, The Jewel Rebekah Lodge No. 25 became the custodian of the other organization’s records. In 2020, the Lodge itself had to close its doors due to dwindling membership.

Unity Rebekah Lodge No. 26

This series consists of minute ledgers and officer roll books from the Unity Rebekah Lodge No. 26. The Lodge was established on July 30, 1912 in Strathcona, Alberta before the town was amalgamated into Edmonton. In 2008, Unity Rebekah Lodge No. 26 ceased individual operations after its consolidation with Maple Leaf Rebekah Lodge No. 2.

Norwood Lodge No. 41

This series consists of minutes ledgers, financial statements, membership roll books, annual reports, and certificates created through the operations of the Norwood Temple Lodge No. 41 I.O.O.F.

Edmonton Norwood Temple Hall

This series consists of property reports, financial statements, correspondence, building plans, cash books, and certificates created during the operation of the Edmonton Norwood Temple Hall. While directly associated with the Norwood Temple Lodge No. 41, many other Lodges were engaged in renting the hall for their own events, as well as holding inter-Lodge ceremonies. These records also consist of minutes from board meetings comprised of individual representatives from the Lodges, though not held on the Encampment level.

Ross Family

The series consists of textual records and photographs predominantly pertaining to Harold and Winnifred Ross, and to a lesser extent their daughter Jeane. The textual records includes postcards written from Winnie to some of her family and from Harold to Winnie shortly before they were married. Some photographs include other family members of the Ross and Thompson families. The records reflect Harold and Winnie’s life from coming west as young single adults, becoming a family in Edmonton before Harold went off to war, and Winnie’s later life on the farm in Millet.

Ross Family

Hector Thompson

The series consists of Hector’s diaries, documenting his daily life of farming, as well as family and community events. Hector wrote in the diaries every day from 1 Jan 1936 to 11 Jul 1967. The records also include some invoices, receipts, and correspondence.
The photograph is of Hector with horses.

Thompson, Hector

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