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            PR2546 · Fonds · 1909 - 1921

            The fonds consists of images related to D.C Cranston's life in Alberta and features images of the staging area of Burnsites on their way to Beaverlodge, Alberta, Athabasca Landing, a wagon overturned on the trail, cutting wood, the S.S. Northern Light on Lessler Slave Lake, a wagon boarding the ferry at the Peace River Crossing, the first home of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Smith, the first post office at Lake Saskatoon, the second annual sports day at Lake Saskatoon, the first wedding in Beaverlodge, the Beaverlodge baseball team, a log cabin, Ralph Carrel and Jake Glesnet at Grande Prairie.

            The fonds also comprises photographs related to Maud Clifford including images featuring the first church at Spirit River, the Anglican mission house at Spirit River, the Hudson's Bay Company post at Dunvegan, the Roman Catholic Church at Bear Creek, and the home of Rev. Alexander Forbes at Flying Shot Lake.

            The fonds also includes photographs featuring the Beaverlodge Experimental Farm including photographs featuring the experimental; and images featuring the Beaverlodge region including images featuring a picnic day, picking currents, binding grain, the first automobile to reach Grande Prairie from Edmonton over the Edson Trail, a cutter constructer on the front bob of a sleigh, and sunflowers. The photographs date from 1909 to 1921.

            Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Station (Beaverlodge, Alta.)
            B.T. Stephanson fonds
            PR2817 · Fonds · 1965

            The fonds consists of a history of the Department of Agricultural Engineering at the University of Alberta written in 1965 by B.T. Stephanson. The fonds also includes a biography of John Macgregor Smith, the first head of the Department of Agricultural Engineering.

            Stephanson, B.T.
            Ed Lambert fonds
            PR3674 · Fonds · [1929-1966]

            The fonds includes notes, circulars, and publications about the development of plants and animals that could survive in northern climates, including crops, fruit producing trees, vegetables, bees, chickens and beef cattle.

            Also included are newspaper clippings and letters concerning the transfer of Polish war veterans to Canada for agricultural labour.

            Lambert, Ed
            J. MacGregor Smith fonds
            PR2625 · Fonds · [ca. 1875] - 1989

            The fonds consists of records related to John Macgregor Smith's academic and research work including research notes, exercises booklets, study guides, exam guides, articles, theses, publications, photographs, certificates, programs, and correspondence dating from 1905 to the 1940s. In particular the fonds features numerous images of agricultural equipment dating from the early part of the 20th century. The fonds also includes research notes created in 1989 during the preparation of the John Smith Macgregor material for reference use in the Department of Agricultural Sciences reading room.

            Smith, J. MacGregor
            PR0106 · Fonds · 1930-2000

            The fonds consists of records created by both Jack and Gladys Fitzsimmons in their personal and professional lives. The records have been arranged into the following series: Personal Information (1930-1998); Diaries (1945-2000); Photos (192?-198?); Correspondence (1945-2000); Geneology (1944-2000); and Acadia Masonic Lodge (1956-1999).

            Fitzsimmons, John Edward
            Personal Information series
            PR0106.0001 · Series · 1930-1998
            Part of John Edward Fitzsimmons fonds

            This series consists of the personal records of various Fitzsimmons family members as well as Jack Fitzsimmons. There are family estate records for Gladys Fitzsimmons, his parents, and his sister Evelyn Jean. There are personal records from Mr. Fitzsimmons’ time at the University of Alberta, medical records, investment material, military records, material from his travels and variety of material about associations, organizations and subjects in which Jack Fitzsimmons had an interest.

            Photographs series
            PR0106.0003 · Series · [192-]-[198-]
            Part of John Edward Fitzsimmons fonds

            The series consists of a variety of photographs and slides predominantly taken by Jack Fitzsimmons though some may be attributed to Gladys Fitzsimmons as well. The subject matter of Jack Fitzsimmons photographs alternates from pictures of different agricultural strains of seed from his time with the University Farm, to travelogues of the many trips and vacations taken by both Jack and Gladys Fitzsimmons. The photographs that may be attributable to Gladys Fitzsimmons were of vacation destinations and friends.

            Research
            PR3204.0003 · Series · 1994-2009
            Part of Growing Alberta fonds

            The series consists of material created or compiled by Growing Alberta during the course of research into the Albertan agricultural industry. The research includes consumer surveys, industry surveys, focus group reports, and working documents. Topics of research include biotechnology, food safety, sustainability, meat processing, and consumer impressions of agriculture.

            Wesley Smith fonds
            PR1780 · Fonds · 1912-1964

            The fonds consists of copies of Wesley Smith’s weekly newspaper columns for the Taber Times, including his series “Better Crops Under Irrigation” (1946-1947). The fonds also includes issues of the Bassano News for October 17, 1912 and Bassano Mail for November 11, 1915.

            Smith, Wesley