The collection consists of records transferred from the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives, as better fitting the mandate of the City of Edmonton Archives.
Sheet music - The Boys of the Great Western Plains, words and music by Pte. W. Watson, 138th Batt., CEF, Edmonton; dedicated to the 49th Canadian CEF Edmonton Alberta Batt'n (Loyal Edmonton Regiment), [ca. 1918].
Postcard - (of Field, BC and Mt. Stephen), addressed to Mrs. Mohr; Souvenir Programme - Souvenir to Commemorate the Fortieth Year of the Ministry of Rev. D.G. McQueen, 1927 - annotated with Mrs. Mohr, Vernon.
Souvenir Programme - The Visit of Their Most Gracious Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to the Province of Alberta, Edmonton, 1939.
The collection consists of two copies of the Edmonton Bulletin newspaper collected by Harold. File 1: Edmonton Bulletin newspaper, September 8, 1887 File 2: Edmonton Bulletin newspaper, August 8, 1888.
The collection consists of materials collected by Jack Manson and dating from 1931-1932. The collection consists of the estate record for Ernest Scales, a copy of the Edmonton Handicraft Guild letterhead and a copy of the Civil Service Bulletin (1932).
The fonds consists of accounting records from Fort Edmonton (1879-1884) and a daily journal from Fort Victoria, now Pakan (1890-1893). There are also records relating to a model-building contest of Fort Edmonton and copies of plans for Fort Edmonton (1970). Photographs include the official opening of Fort Edmonton Park (1967), the winning Fort Edmonton model and builder (1970), York boats and Red River carts.
The collection consists of newspaper clippings, mostly relating to politics, immigration, bilingualism, education, sports and Klondike Days between 1970 and 1983, historical booklets, souvenir issues of newspapers and magazines (i.e. Royal Wedding 1982), 2 copies of 1974 editions of the St. Johns Edmonton Report and a 1955 Alberta Jubilee Calendar;
Oil paintings: Rabbit Hill Coal Mine when it was deserted and in ruins (at Ellerslie west of Highway 2, Whitemud Valley); Windermere N.W.M.P. barracks on the Columbia River.
The collection consists of materials collected by Evelyn McEachern and created between 1920 and 1944. The collection consists of a songbook and photograph album from Alberta College (1920) and souvenirs of the Edmonton Grads Basketball team. There is also a manuscript entitled "Flashing Clouds" written by Agnes Stuart.