This fonds contains Don Sprague's records of the local organizing committee for the 1994 Canadian Figure Skating Championship. As chairman of the committee, Sprague's records include administrative and financial records, media information, promotional material, and event reports and summaries.
1994 Royal Bank Canadian Figure Skating Championships
This fonds contains Don Sprague's records of the organising committee for the 1996 World Figure Skating Championships held in Edmonton. As chairman of the local organising committee, Sprague's records include administrative and financial records, media information, promotional material, and event reports. This fonds also has artwork submitted for a World Figure Skating Championship logo contest, posters for the event, pennants from Japan, and the flags of Canada, Japan, Hokkaido, and the United States.
This fonds consists of a Bank of British North America promissory note from E.V. Creed? To Robertson and Davidson Limited, October 4, 1916; and a Bank of British North America promissory note from Glen Wilson to A.J. Davidson, July 7, 1919.
The fonds consists of various records including: financial, educational, conference material, correspondence, membership, constitution and bylaws, banking, minutes, guides and manuals, yearbooks, awards, banners, photographs and the monograph "A Golden Past - A Challenging Future: a 50 year history of the Administrative Management Society" by Joseph W. Gawthrop. (library).
MS 617.1: This fonds consists of administrative records, 1978 and 1982 Area Conference material, and membership records.
MS 617.2: This fonds consists of material related to the Administrative Manegement Society's 1984 Area Conference in Edmonton, including planning material, administrative records, publicity, promotional campaign plan, and minutes of the conference. This fonds also consists of society records including correspondence, Board Meeting Minutes, Membership lists and rosters and newsletters and newsletter ephemera.
Administrative Management Society - Edmonton Chapter
The fonds consists of materials created by Adolph Minchau between 1920 and 1938. The fonds consists of correspondence and periodicals related to the blacksmith shop of Minchau. It includes a 1926 ledger and insurance documents for the shop. There are also clippings from Dun's Bulletin relating to machinery.
The fonds consists of materials largely related to the life and death of Robert M. Aitken. Although his early life in Edmonton is represented through his yearbooks and clippings regarding his sports activities with local leagues, the majority of the records focus on his military career beginning with the Royal Canadian Airforce (R.C.A.F.) through to his transfer to the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. Besides material created by Robert in the course of his duties, records created by Marjory Aitken, his mother, are present throughout the fonds, most notably in letters received from correspondents regarding her son’s death. The photographs consist of images taken and collected by Marjory throughout Robert’s life, including of his childhood, military service, and eventual gravesite.
The fonds consists of brochures and pamphlets on the history and promotion of the Alberta All Girls Drum and Bugle Band, photocopies of newspaper clippings and correspondence of trips to Paris (1973) and Germany (World Cup Championship 1974), and the Edmonton Journal “The Canadian Magazine” (Feb 1975) with a feature article on the band.