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Fonds Beaudin limitée

  • CA QUEBEC P596
  • Fonds
  • 1909-1923

Les documents textuels de ce fonds portent sur le développement immobilier de Montréal. Ils comprennent la correspondance échangée entre cette compagnie et ses clients. Parmi les principaux intervenants, mentionnons, entre autres, Wilfrid Damphousse, Séverin Létourneau, la Société du boulevard Pie IX limitée, Desbarats Advertising Agency Limited et Union Abitibi Mining Company. Nous y retrouvons également le plan d'arpentage du boulevard Pie IX (plan préparé par l'arpenteur J.-T.-Z. Patenaude), le plan du boulevard Bernard à Tétreaultville ainsi qu'une carte de Montréal et des environs. Des cartes géographiques du réseau de chemin de fer du centre de la Saskatchewan et de la disposition des lots du sud de l'Alberta complètent le tout


Alexander Forbes fonds

  • GPR 0127
  • Fonds
  • 1909-1925

The fonds consists of records of the planning for and the construction of the Presbyterian churches at Glen Leslie and Bezanson and photographs presumably assembled by Mrs. Forbes relating to their journey to the Peace Country and church and community activities, buildings, and people in the Grande Prairie area.

Forbes, Alexander

Croken Family fonds

  • GPR 0112
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1920]-1966

The records consist of photographs and personal records from Patty and Rudy Croken and Jennie (Tomshak) Croken. They include P.V. Croken financial records from the P.V Croken Store; Patty’s correspondence from 1956-1973; personal income tax returns for Rudy & Jennie Croken from 1953-1958, and for Patty & Daisy Croken from 1958-1966; farm accounts and wheat board certificates; the papers for building Rudy & Jennie’s home in 1954; and a story about working in the Post Office, written by Jennie Croken in 2014. The photographs are a wide assortment of subjects from the Peace Celebration in Grande Prairie in 1919, to Jennie on her travels in 1986.

Croken family

Menno Bible Institute collection

  • CA MENN menn-33
  • Fonds
  • 1933-2011

The fonds consists of the school's constitution and policies (ca. 1962-ca. 1965), Board minutes (1962-1968), reports, correspondence (1961-1967), financial records, architectural plans, lists of students and staff (1937-1965), catalogues/calendars (1950-1966), student publications (1951-ca. 1964), student essays, student reunion records (1952, 1991), research papers on Mennonite Bible schools, student portraits (1945-1966), and the school's processional banner. Includes some information on Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Bible School and Aufwärts Bibelschule in Rosemary, Alberta.Includes some personal records of Wilhelm Pauls. .

Menno Bible Institute

Village of Eaglesham fonds

  • GPR 0325
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1976

The fonds consists of an article on the history of Eaglesham; financial records from 1967, 1968, 1976; a subdivision plan of Eaglesham in 1962-63; a 1967 plan showing the water system, and a 1969 plan showing the sewage system.


Maurice Pivert fonds

  • GPR 0527
  • Fonds
  • 2013

The fonds consists of a 26 page biography of Maurice Pivert written by his niece, Paulette Pivert Hrychiw, and copies of 20 photographs taken by Maurice Pivert between 1947 and 1952. The photographs include four of a Model T race at the fairgrounds in 1947, four of building the Memorial Arena in 1949, six of a County Agricultural fair and parade ca. 1950, two of the municipal hospital ca. 1950, and four of new public buildings in Grande Prairie ca. 1952. These photographs are a few of the many Maurice Pivert took as he documented life around him at his farm in Grande Prairie. The copies were made available by Paulette Hrychiw.

Hrychiw, Paulette

Spirit River Settlement Historical Society fonds

  • GPR 0486
  • Fonds
  • 1929, 1971, 1973-1989

The fonds consists of records of the Spirit River Settlement Historical Society including executive records and records of their History Book Committee which consist of planning documents, financial records, minutes and correspondence, and original and/or edited copies of submissions to the Spirit River history book Chepi Sepe. The first sections of the Book Committee records include a history of the general region and the Spirit River Settlement area, the coming of settlers and the growth of agriculture, businesses, industries, municipal governments, the history of veterans of WWI and WWII, schools, churches, medical facilities, and cultural and recreational groups. The second main body of the records contains original and/or edited copies of over 630 family histories arranged in alphabetical order by surname.

Spirit River Settlement Historical Society

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