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            PR1131 · Fonds · 1944-1949

            The fonds consists of the records of the Alberta Farmers’ Union, and includes a copy of “The Alberta Farmers’ Union Non-Delivery Strike, September 6 to October 5, 1946” by Helen Foster; audio discs, specifically transcription discs and 78 R.P.M. discs of speeches and musical recordings; a scrapbook containing correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, briefs, press statements and printed material about the 1946 Alberta Farm Strike, compiled by the Publicity Department of the Alberta Livestock Co-operative Limited; and newspaper clippings, minutes and other miscellaneous material.

            Alberta Farmers' Union
            Dixon family fonds
            PR2102 · Fonds · [1920]

            The fonds consists of 37 photographs of members of the Dixon family, and other individuals working at harvest on homesteads in Alberta in [1920].

            Dixon family
            PR1132 · Fonds · 1911-1965

            The fonds consists of the records of the Farmers' Union of Alberta, and includes the following sous-fonds: Asker Local. No. 904 sous-fonds, Bellis Local No. 409 sous-fonds, District No. 6 (Lamont) Association sous-fonds and Farm Women's Union of Alberta sous-fonds; and one series, "The Voice of Agriculture" records, which consists of transcripts of radio broadcasts from 1958 to 1965, hosted by W.J. (Bill) Harper.

            Farmers' Union of Alberta
            Louisa M. Gordon fonds
            PR1144 · Fonds · 1920-1921

            The fonds consists of sheet music for two songs, “Equal Rights for All” (1920) and “The Farmers’ Movement Nought Can Stay” (1921), both by H.W. Gothard.

            Gordon, Louisa M.