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Sargent Family fonds

  • GPR 0570
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1930-1975]

The fonds consists of 61 photographs showing various stages in the life of Bill and Clara Sargent: the homestead at Harper Creek, the Morrision and Sargent Bus Service and trucks, the Sargent Sales & Service Garage in Grande Prairie, and the retirement home on the Smoky River.

Sargent family

William J. Noll fonds

  • GPR 0575
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1914-1953]

The fonds consists of a journal kept by William J. Noll from about 1914 to 1925. It records events in his life including homesteading in the Peace River Country, enlisting in the RNWMP and WWI, working in various industries including Oregon's lumber camps, and becoming an early commercial pilot in Oregon. The journal includes written entries, photographs, posters, some employment records, receipts, tickets, cards, and newspaper clippings. Several other loose records are inserted into the pages of the journal, including a WWI medal, Great War Veterans Association membership booklet, 1935 US naturalization papers, correspondence about his homestead and petroleum and natural gas leases, [ca. 1952] USAF course application, and 1917 Canadian naturalization papers. Two pages of genealogical notes presumed to have been written by Clem Kinderwater are also inserted.

The journal ends rather abruptly in January 1925 as William is on his way from El Paso to Portland. The final entry states "Contd in next book." Subsequent book(s) have unfortunately been lost.

The original order of the journal has been maintained, including the original position of inserted material.

Noll, William J.

James Buckley fonds

  • MCK 11-2004
  • Fonds
  • 1906-1939, predominant 1918-1939

Fonds includes Conductors' Local Passenger tariff No. C 6 Brandon to Moose Jaw in effect June 23, 1918; Constitution of Railway Conductors of America revised and adopted May 4, 1925; CPR Rules for Heating, Ventilating, Lighting and for operation of water rising system on passenger equipment, revised January 1924; Souvenir, Canada's Great Inland Port Fort William and Port Arthur [n.d.] 127 illustrations; poster The Spirit of 1918: Sticking To It, supplement to The Graphic, The Railway Conductor, July, 1939 Royal Visit Edition; Wonderland of Canada, The Rocky Mountains Specially Selected Views of the Canadian Rockies on the Canadian Pacific Line , photographs by WM Notman & Son. Valentine & Sons, Publishing Company, Montreal and Toronto[n.d.]; Over the Kettle Valley Route British Columbia published for Canadian Pacific Railway News Service 20 pp. [n.d.]; postcard with steam engine traveling through a flooded rail-line and CNR key.

Data on Winter Communication

  • CA PCA Acc4961
  • Collection
  • 1897-1903

The "Data on Winter Communication" scrapbook contains clippings about ferry service from a variety of Prince Edward Island newspapers from 1897 to 1903. Many of the articles and letters from citizens argue about where the ferries should cross the Northumberland Strait. Two of the more popular locations for the ferry crossing were Summerside and Cape Traverse, Prince Edward Island. During this time period the steamship ice-breaker the "Stanley" and then also the "Minto" were providing passenger, mail and supply service between Prince Edward Island and the mainland. The newspaper clippings are glued into a copy of the "Fourteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Animal Industry" (1897). Pages that did not have clippings glued on them were cut out at some point.

Bent, S. M.

Fireweed Project fonds

  • CA PEACE F020
  • Fonds
  • 1975 - 1977

The fonds contains 4 series. The Ukrainian Easter egg series has 47 colour slides of a demonstration of creating Ukrainian Easter Eggs. The Oral Histories series contains taped interviews from local Peace River residents. The Murray Cook series has buildings, activities and people from the Peace River region, all taken in the fall of 1975 by Murray Cook, then curator of the Peace River Centennial Museum [now Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre]. The “From Peace River Crossing to Peace River” series contains 202 slides put together as a slideshow to give the history of Peace River.

Fireweed Project

Elmer Fullerton collection

  • CA PEACE F021
  • Collection
  • 1921

The fonds contains a booklet of information on the historic Imperial Oil flight of the “Rene” and the “Vic” planes from Edmonton, AB to Fort Norman, NWT in 1921.

Fullerton, Elmer G.

Loutit family fonds

  • CA ATH ath-1918
  • Fonds
  • 1914-[1966]

The fonds consists of 10 photograhs including Billy and Agatha's wedding, their children, the 1919 Fort McMurray Board of Trade, running the Grand Rapids, the SS Athabasca River in 1937, and the SS Northland Echo. There is also an audio cassette taped in 2003 of a conversation with Billy's daughter, Ellen Bishop; her daughter, Carol Yayechnick; and a nephew, William Loutit. The family were in Athabasca to assist in the first Billy Loutit Triathlon.

Loutit (family)

Alexander Francis Kelsey fonds

  • CA ATH ath-1979
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1914

The fonds consists of 28 original black and white photographs, 7 photographs developed from negatives, and two pages of excerpts from letters written to his fiance. The excerpts are filed with the photographs. The photos include: Athabasca, Grand Rapids and tramway, House River, oil well drilling rigs, Pelican gas wells, and steamboats.

Kelsey, Alexander Francis

Senior Grain Transportation Committee fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2008
  • Fonds
  • 1985-1987

The fonds consists of the final report of High Cost Branch Line Study, 1985; and Studies of Six Selected High-Cost Grain-Dependent Branch Lines, 1987, including Athabasca.

Senior Grain Transportation Committee

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