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Eileen Nagel's Farm Organizations collection

  • CA GLEN glen-3881
  • Collection
  • 1905-2005

The collection consists of minutes, convention programs, reports of activities, newspaper clippings, submissions and briefs, photographs, scrapbooks and other records created primarily by and about the following organizations: United Farmers of Alberta (UFA), founded in 1909; United Farm Women of Alberta (UFWA), founded in 1914; Farmers' Union of Alberta (FUA) and Farm Women's Union of Alberta (FWUA), both founded in 1949; Unifarm and the Women of Unifarm, both founded in 1970; and Wild Rose Agricultural Producers, founded in 1996. Many of these records have been annotated by Eileen with her identifications and personal comments.

Nagel, Eileen

Elizabeth Rushton collection

  • EDM edm-1720
  • Collection
  • [1910?]

The collection consists of materials collected by Elizabeth Rushton of Edmonton and created ca. 1910. The collection consists of postcards of the Totem Service Campground and the Royal George Hotel ca. 1910.

Elizabeth Rushton

Esplanade Archives Manuscript collection

  • MED med-511
  • Collection
  • 1880-[200-]

The collection consists of: Dominion Harvester Co. business envelope; Letter from John Amatt from the Canadian Mount Everest Expedition to Joyce Condon and class at Riverside School (1982); postcard of MH (1913); photograph of 1953 Medicine Hat Orioles Women's Baseball Team; a booklet celebrating Alberta's 50th Anniversary entitled "Alberta Holiday" (1905-1955); a T. Eatons Company catalogue (1917); Farmer's Advocate Magazine (1920); a Norwegian Magazine (1917); Share Certificates of the Delta Copper Co. issued to A.J. McCormick (9) (1916-1920); 2 photographs of an early view of Medicine Hat and a group of ranchers at the Calgary Stampede (ca.1885-1912); a book of sketches of England drawn by Paxton Davis (1856); crochet pattern books for decorative items and clothing (7) (various authors) (ca. 1915-1921); "Hockey Souvenir and Memoirs" programs of Medicine Hat Monarchs (2) (1931, 1932); 20 photographs of various and random views of Medicine Hat events ([ca.1920-1939]); a precipitation chart, hand-drawn and matted, entitled "Precipitation at Medicine Hat" (1894-1946); blueprint of C.P.R. Standard House No. 1B (1914); a letter (2 pgs) on Assiniboia Hotel letterhead, addressed to J.C. Miller from Tom Mix (1902); Saskatchewan Map # ? ([ca. 1927]); Bartlett and Grassie's Atlas of Medicine Hat and Environs, containing 78 street surveys of proposed subdivisions of Medicine Hat, (ca.1912-1913); WW2 Canadian Meat Coupon Rationing chart (1943); Certificate of Authority, Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Agent Certificate (1919); a souvenir booklet containing 16 published photographic views of Medicine Hat, Alberta ([ca. 1914]); a ledger for Monarch Amusement Co.- Wholesale Tobacconists, (undated); bound account book for unnamed company (1940-1957); ledger of uncommon stocks for unnamed company (1950-1957); 23 photographs of the Central Garage, views of Medicine Hat, and the Medicine Hat Hockey Club; a Medicine Hat Amateur Operatic Society program for "The Chimes of Normandy" (1915); a letter containing reminiscences of the VanderLinden family, by Elizabeth Peterson (undated); reminiscences (4 pgs) of G.H. Elkink (undated); biography of John Hobbelink (undated); minutes from the New Holland Pure Bred Association (1921-1924); a timetable for Bluebell Bus Ltd., Medicine Hat, containing local advertising (1928); a Purity Flour Cook Book published by Western Canada Flour Mills Co. (1917); Five Roses Cookbook published by Lake of the Woods Milling Co. (1923); an alphabetical name list of burial registrations and numerical plot listings for the original Hillside/Kin Coulee Cemetery, Church of England Section (1884-1947), and the Roman Catholic Section (1890-1919), the new Hillside Cemetery (1886-1994), Chapel Lawn Cemetery (1955-1994), Tilley Bethany Lutheran Cemetery (1933-present?), Craigmyle Cemetery (1915-1982), and the Redcliff Cemetery (1915-1994); a scrapbook of newsclippings re: the Medicine Hat Monarchs Hockey team, players and games (1926-1948); 4 photographs of the Medicine Hat Monarchs, various views of Medicine Hat, the Woodhouse family, and the Medicine Hat Potteries logo (1924-[ca.1950]); Medicine Hat Blue Jays (baseball) programs (1981-1982); Medicine Hat Cubs (hockey) program (1984-1985); Medicine Hat Tigers (hockey) posters (OS) (1988-1989); Envelope and souvenir booklet (with photographic engravings) entitled "The Last of the Buffalo - Comprising a history of the Buffalo herd at the Flathead reservation and an account of the last great Buffalo roundup" , an illustrated account of the transportation of buffalo from the Flathead reservation in Montana to Central Alberta (1909); a Canadian Red Cross knitting instruction booklet titled "No. 2 - Knitted Comforts for Women" (M99.18.1) (Nov. 1940); Lux (Lever Brothers Ltd.) supplemental knitting booklet titled "How to Knit for Soldiers and Sailors" (M99.18.2) (1939); 3 tokens, good for 1 dance - Park Pavillion, Medicine Hat, Alta. (M99.18.3) (undated); "advertique" calendars (7) for the following local Medicine Hat businesses: Art Bull Ltd. (2) (1968-1969), Marshall's Book Store (1) (1971), Mackenzie Drug Co. Ltd. (1) (1974), Merv's Barber Shop (1) (1975), Raber Men's and Ladies Wear (1) (1978), C.E. Adam Jeweller Ltd. (1) (1985); an advertique calendar (monthly pages are missing) for Klemm Electric of South Railway Street ([ca. 1950]); a collection of Canadian, US and British postage stamps (ca. 1906-1969); assorted greeting cards (10) (1943-1944, undated); a souvenir program of Redcliff's Golden Jubilee Celebration (September 1-3, 1962); fundraiser calendar from Leader, Saskatchewan - 2007 Pothole Calendar (2007); cartoons and correspondence regarding Medicine Hat from Ripley's Believe it or Not (2008); 5 greeting cards, 3 business cards, and 1 postcard from Remember When Antiques (undated); first flight air mail from Medicine Hat to Calgary (1930)

Esplanade Archives, collector

Esplanade Archives Photograph collection

  • MED med-515
  • Collection
  • 1880-[200-]

The collection consists of various archival materials pertinent to the institution's mandate including: photograph of 1953 Medicine Hat Orioles Women's Baseball Team, Medicine Hat City Band (1919) and various views of Medicine Hat.

Esplanade Archives, collector

Ethel Fried collection

  • JHSE jhse-181
  • Collection
  • 1966-2000

Collection consists of a biographical sketch and obituary for Ethel Fried, dating from, 2000, and a photograph of Charlie and Ethel Fried dated June 1966.

Fried, Ethel (Lieberman)

Ethel Segal Marliss collection

  • JHSE jhse-152
  • Collection
  • 1977-1996

The fonds consists of copies of newspaper clippings by and about Dr. Ethel Marliss, collected by JAHSENA, dating from 1977 to 1996.

Marliss, Ethel Segal

Eva McKitrick collection

  • EDM edm-1123
  • Collection
  • 1909-1983

The collection consists of materials collected by Eva McKitrick between 1909 and 1983. The collection consists of brochures and pamphlets relating to events in Edmonton.

McKitrick, Eva

Evelyn E. Simons collection

  • EDM edm-1561
  • Collection
  • 1880

The collection consists of a copy of the <i>Edmonton Bulletin</i> (1880).

Simons, Evelyn E.

Evelyn McClellan McEachern collection

  • EDM edm-1488
  • Collection
  • 1920-1944

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.

McEachern, Evelyn McClellan

Fredericton Women's Study Club

  • CA UNB MG H 100
  • Collection
  • 1940-1947

This collection documents the activities of the Fredericton Women's Study Club from 1940 to 1947. It consists of 3 scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, minutes, and correspondence.

Fredericton Women's Study Club

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