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Town of Rainbow Lake collection

  • CA PAA paa-9295
  • Collection
  • 1968

The collection consists of materials related to the formation of the Town of Rainbow Lake in 1966 and includes clippings from The Edmonton Journal.

Town of Rainbow Lake

Mark Young Stark family papers

  • Collection
  • 1812-[ca. 1878] predominant after 1833

Most of the records consist of letters written to Mark Young Stark and his wife, Agatha, in Dundas. Correspondents include friends and family in Scotland or friends and colleagues in Upper Canada. Of the Scottish letters, those from Stark’s stepmother (Mary Bannatyne) and aunt (Grace Young) are the most numerous. Some letters predate Stark’s immigration to Canada in 1833. Other letters were written to his wife and to their daughter, Mary Ann, after Stark’s death in 1866. Topics addressed in the letters revolve around personal and family news but occasionally touch on current events, including politics and ecclesiastical affairs.

Stark, Mark Young

David C. Jones' Carlstadt / Alderson Photographs collection

  • CA GLEN glen-3258
  • Collection
  • Copied 1984-1987, originally created [ca. 1900]-1939

The collection consists of photographs of buildings, activities, and people who lived in the town of Carlstadt / Alderson.

Jones, David C.

Girouxville Museum Photograph Collection

  • CA PAA paa-9518
  • Collection
  • Copied 1973 (originally created 1900 - 1940)

The collection consists of photographs originating from the Girouxville Museum. The photographs feature scenes of Giouxville and Grouard, Alberta in the early part of the 20th century.

Girouxville Museum

Glenbow Archives Posters collection

  • CA GLEN glen-3257
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1845-1968]

The collection consists of posters related to a wide variety of topics including the promotion of immigration to Canada; the sale of Victory bonds and recruitment for the wars; political campaigns; advertisements for rail and steamship travel; and announcements of auction sales, sports meets, and social events.

Glenbow Archives Poster Collection

Confederation and Alberta Provincial Autonomy collection

  • CA PAA paa-9266
  • Collection
  • Copied 1966

The collection consists of photographs of correspondence, orders-in-council, memorandum, drafts, and resolutions copied from the Library and Archives Canada related to the confederation of Canada and the provincial autonomy of Alberta.

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Charlotte Irene Lapp collection

  • MED med-158
  • Collection
  • 1912-1992

The collection consists of: University Women's Club Programs (13) (1949-1964); hand drawn homestead maps S.W. of Bowell as recalled by Irene Lapp (2) (1991); "Construction", a journal for the Architectural Engineering and Contracting Interests of Canada (1912); history of Breezelawn School District #2476 as recalled by Irene Lapp (1992); family histories for Dubeau, Schaeffer, Wallace and Lapp families, and list of early homesteaders of the Bowell area (1992); images of the Lapp family.

Lapp, Charlotte Irene, collector

George Bruchet collection

  • CA GLEN glen-366
  • Collection
  • 1877-1910

The collection consists of photographs of native people, Mounted Police, pioneers and ranchers in the Lethbridge area; and invoices for goods purchased by Dave Akers at Fort Whoop-Up, Alberta (1877-1881).

Bruchet, George

J.B. Tyrrell collection

  • CA PAA paa-9191
  • Collection
  • Copied 1966

The collection consists of copies of photographs taken in 1886 and 1900 by J.B. Tyrrell of locations in Alberta. The photographs feature Chipewyan, Hudson's Bay Company posts, Fort McKay, Red River carts, the Athabasca River, Smith's landing, Lac La Biche, Saddle Lake Mission, sled dogs, the Red Deer Settlement, Edmonton, Lorne Crossing, Blackfoot Creek, Bear Lake, Red River Carts, and Battle Lake.

Tyrrell, J.B.

Culbertson Tract Land Claim collection

  • ON00397 TD/CTLC
  • Collection
  • 2007

This collection comprises documents received in response to an Access to Information request addressed to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) by the Corporation of the Town of Deseronto, Ontario, in 2008. The request asked for copies of documentation submitted as part of the Culbertson Tract land claim of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and upon which the decision to allow the claim had been based.

The documents in this collection are all photocopies of materials located in public archives in Canada. The materials range in date from 1779 to 1959 and record the interactions between the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and the British and Canadian governments, in relation to lands, from the time of their departure from the Mohawk Valley to the mid-twentieth century.

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