Alix, AB

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              9 Archival description results for Alix, AB

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              Alice Whitfield collection
              PR0527 · Collection · Copied 1971-1973

              Collection consists of an undated town site map and lot pricelist for the Townsite of Lignite, Alberta, a newspaper clipping about Tail Creek, Alberta dated 1953, an undated pamphlet published by the Alix Board of Trade, and photographs depicting various people and views of Alix, Alberta dating 1905-1976.

              Whitfield, Alice
              Alix Pastoral Charge fonds
              PR4213 · Fonds · 1959-1987

              This fonds contains records from Alix Pastoral Charge. The fonds contains annual reports from the pastoral charge, photographs, board minutes, a history of the preaching points within the pastoral charge, and sacramental registers.

              United Church of Canada. Alix Pastoral Charge
              Anderson family fonds
              PR3733 · Fonds · 1884-2011

              The fonds consists of materials documenting the life of the Anderson family in the latter part of the 19th to mid-20th centuries including account books, journals, a family history, photographs, and negatives. Images depict the Anderson farm and family, as well as the areas of Stavely and Alix, Alberta. Included are records of the family’s involvement with the Four Square Gospel Church in Los Angeles, and subsequent evangelism that took place in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

              Charles O. Anderson family
              PR0694 · Fonds · 1936-1971

              Fonds consists of the business records of the Buffalo Lake Mutual Telephone Company and includes, certificate of incorporation, agreements, voting proxies, minutes, subscriber accounts, correspondence, financial records, various blank forms, advertising publications and catalogues, and maps.

              Buffalo Lake Mutual Telephone Company
              F. Morris Flewwelling fonds
              PR1008 · Fonds · 1917-1972, predominant 1960-1972

              Fonds consists of the personal records of F. Morris Flewwelling and includes programmes from various orchestral and theatrical productions performed in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, and includes the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's newsletter, Encore, and the Calgary Philharmonic Society's newsletter, Bravura. Fonds also includes souvenir pamphlets from Alix and Banff, Alberta, a copied newspaper clipping about singer Elena Nikolaidi, various Alberta Department of Education departmental examinations, Province of Alberta Centennial Bulletins, negatives depicting an orchestra, children, musicians and musical instruments, and copied photographs dating 1916 that depict the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, including a parade, various events, and First Nations people, including Blackfoot Chief Yellow Horse.

              Flewwelling, F. Morris
              PR3860 · Collection · 1908- 1946

              The collection consists of fire insurance maps for the following communities in Alberta:
              Alix, 1910
              Bawlf, 1910
              Blairmore, 1925
              Bruce, 1910
              Burdett, 1910
              Carbon, 1924
              Cardson, 1915
              Carmangay, 1910
              Castor, 1910
              Claresholm, 1906
              Cochrane, 1908
              Coleman, 1905
              Daysland, 1924
              Didsbury, 1924
              Exshaw, 1910
              Frank, 1906
              Gadsby, 1910
              Gleichen, 1916
              Grande Prairie, 1916
              Hanna, 1922
              Hardieville, 1920
              Hardisty, 1910
              High River, 1915
              Holden, 1910
              Irma, 1931
              Irvine, 1910
              Killiam, 1910
              Lacombe, 1946
              Leduc, 1930
              Fort Macleod, 1912
              Manville, 1918
              Monarch, 1910
              Morinville, 1930
              Mundare, 1946
              Nanton, 1931,
              Olds, 1924
              Pincher Creek, 1908
              Ponoka 1924
              Provost, 1924
              Redcliffe, 1913
              Ryley, 1910
              Steller, 1951
              Strome, 1931
              Taber, 1910
              Tofield, 1910
              Vegreville, 1930

              Unknown donor
              PR1385 · Fonds · 1936-1972

              Fonds consists of the business records of the Open Valley Mutual Telephone Company and includes minutes, notices, voting proxies, certificate of incorporation, agreements, correspondence, annual reports, telephone statistics, annual returns, subscriber lists, shareholders’ guarantees, financial records, subscriber accounts, notes, and maps depicting the area serviced by the Open Valley Mutual Telephone Company.

              Open Valley Mutual Telephone Company
              PR0788 · Fonds · 0.15 m of textual records. - 5 maps

              Fonds consists of the business records of the Pleasant View Mutual Telephone Company and includes correspondence, agreements, Alberta Government Telephone notices, annual returns, share transfers, financial records, receipts, cheque stubs, annual reports, telephone statistics, subscriber accounts, and maps depicting the area serviced by the Pleasant View Mutual Telephone Company.

              Pleasant View Mutual Telephone Company
              PR4079 · Fonds · 1974-2011

              The fonds consists of a near complete collection of Trollhaugen Camp binders. They were compiled by Astrid Hope, an instructor at the camp. The binders are organized by year and contain information related to the activities that took place at Trollhaugen each summer. The binders contain a variety of teaching materials such as instructional plans, sheet music, craft instructions and templates, language materials, Norwegian folktales, and recipe books.

              There are also administrative records including timetables, membership lists, end of year reports, and camp policies and procedures. Within the binders, there is also a large collection of photographs and negatives that depict Trollhaugen participants and camp activities.

              The audiovisual records consist of two flash drives and ten DVD-R’s containing additional photographs and promotional materials that document TLAC activities from 2007-2010.

              Trollhaugen Language Arts and Culture Camp Society