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Canadian Bank of Commerce fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-541
  • Fonds
  • Copied 1960 (originally created 1906)

The fonds consists of photographs of banks and street scenes in Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

Canadian Bank of Commerce

Boorne and May fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-281
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1907

The fonds consists of traveller's sample book of photographs of mountain scenes, the British Columbia interior, CPR points and railway bridges, tunnels, trains and workers (1889). Includes photographs of native people and a Blood sun dance (1887); of May, his wife, family and ranch (1885-1907); of Boorne, his Manitoba homestead, and the Calgary studio; and experimental photographs (1883-1884). Includes his article, "With the Savages in the Far West", published in the Canadian Photographic Journal, 1893. Also includes a diary of Boorne's cousin Ernest May (1897).

Boorne and May

Isaac Sanford Freeze fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-989
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1921

The fonds consists of personal letters to his wife, and family photographs. The letters were written to his wife Evelyn in New Brunswick, before she came to Calgary to join him. The letters describe his trip across Canada, his early life in Calgary, the establishment of his grocery store, and the arrival of the railway to Calgary (page 32). Some letters are missing pages.

Freeze, Isaac Sanford

C.W. Rowley fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-2003
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1924, predominant 1904-1910

The fonds consists of letterbooks regarding bank business (1904-1907); photographs of the family and their home (ca. 1910); and Kate's wedding invitation (1924).

Rowley, C.W.

Peter Prince fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-1893
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1926

The fonds consists of business papers, various songbooks, and miscellaneous papers.

Prince, Peter

Botsford's shop fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-3273
  • Fonds
  • 1925-1933

The fonds consists of a customer accounts book for the general store, which records the sale of a wide variety of goods, including clothing (shoes, rubbers, skates, slippers, shoe laces, gloves, kerchiefs, overalls, underwear, stockings, shirts, caps); horse-related items (curry comb, horse brushes, harnesses, traces, lariats, halters, sweat pads); and hardware (pump rods, plow pulleys, sheet iron, rivets, bolts, nails, screws, paint, door pulls, pie tins, fly swatters, axle grease). Regular customers included W.D. Braden, C.L. Coonfer, Fariplay School, George Henderson, A. Hickle, A.G. Gosling, Ed Linkhart, Theo Lowe, E. Moe, James Rae, Carl Wenstrom, George Whitney, George Winters the Women's Institute, and many others.

Botsford's shop

William and Samuel Carlyle fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-3867
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1935

The fonds consists of correspondence regarding investments and insurance payments from United Dairies and Maple Leaf mines.

Carlyle (family)

C.W. McMillan fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-3783
  • Fonds
  • 1936

The fonds consists of reminiscences of his work with the Calgary Brewery.

McMillan, Charles Wilfred

Arthur Alexander Melville Stewart fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-2199
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1938

The fonds consists of inventory book of Twist's general store in Priddis(1924); genealogical information regarding Stewart's relatives, the Earls of Galloway, primarily from Debrett's Peerage; bank book of A.W. Dill (1938) [it is unclear how he relates to Stewart]; photographs of early buildings and settlers in the Priddis area; and photographs of locomotives.

Stewart, Arthur Alexander Melville

Theodore Howard fonds

  • CA GLEN glen-3880
  • Fonds
  • 1801-1940, predominant 1915-1940

The fonds consists of his correspondence related to Gaults Limited, the Credit Men's Trust Association, his collecting activities and his personal life (1915-1940); stamped envelopes of special flights, including Canadian first flights (1924-1934); Masonic lodge records from Winnipeg (1913-1932); legal documents for Francis R. Drewe of Devon County (1801), Richard Graves and Christopher Flood of Devon County (1808), and Thomas Bishop of Feniton (1837); Hudson's Bay Company five shilling and one shilling notes (1820 and 1870); and miscellany. Also includes an album of photographs of log houses in the Winnipeg area.

Howard, Theodore E.

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