- CA GLEN glen-1050
- 1820-1961, predominant 1919-1961
The fonds consists of correspondence related to the HBC (1919-1931), his literary and broadcasting activities (1932-1961), and his Glenbow Foundation work (1956-1961); manuscripts of his books, short stories, radio broadcasts, articles and reports; bound volumes of his unpublished works; scrapbooks of reviews and newsclippings; and extensive photographs and slides of northern Indians and Inuit, plains Indians, HBC posts, the 1920 HBC Red River Pageant, fur trade, northern transportation, and the Godsell family. Includes a recorded CFAC broadcast of Godsell's "Christmas on the Frozen Frontier" (1957), and a film fragment of an Indian camp (ca. 1930). RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Alaska Highway, Aklavik (NWT), James Anderson, John Bearspaw (Stoney), Frederick Burt-Johns, Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, Mrs. Gerald Card, Cpl. Clay, Con Farrell, Poole Field, Colin Fraser, William Haney, Frank Hartley, W. Herman, Wop May, Col. J.D. Moodie, Frank Moran, musk ox, Nahanni, polar bears, Beryl Rowland, St. Laurent (Saskatchewan), Isaac O.Stringer, Samuel A. Tomlinson, and Yukon Territory.
Godsell, Philip H.