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        Sketchley family fonds
        PR3696 · Fonds · 1891-2001

        The fonds consists of correspondence, tickets, programs, workbooks and art, photographs, View-Master reels, and recordings and scripts from Rose’s teenage acting career, among others. Also included in the fonds is a guidebook for cat breeds, ribbons from the Calgary Horticultural Fair and artwork done by John Sketchley.

        The letters are to and from the Sketchley family and they include Christmas cards, teaching and school correspondence from Arthur Jr, cat-related affairs from Corol, and legal and union correspondence from Colin Sinclare.

        The fonds includes publications that have been well-used and/or include notes from family members, newspaper clippings that are in good condition and mention members of the family directly, as well as filled-out forms and workbooks. Other textual records are comprised of recital notes, typed songs (including one written and copywritten by Colin Sinclare), tickets, and somewhat rare publications held by family members (such as Colin Sinclare’s editions of the Kabalarian Courier, technocracy leaflet, and Ku Klux Klan handbook).

        Other records include photographs, largely comprised of Corol Sketchley’s cat breeding and showing career, stage performances, and company during World War II. The selected records from these categories came from the sorted and assembled albums, photographs in good condition, and photographs with contents not otherwise represented in the fonds.

        There are also homemade View-Master stereo reels that were created using photos taken by the family throughout Alberta and during their vacations. These were likely taken on the View-Master Personal Camera that came with the records at the time of donation. Records also include drawings and other art from Gwen, a book of pressed flowers, and a name change certificate for Colin Sinclare and his immediate family.

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        Beth Sheehan fonds
        PR0581 · Fonds · Copied 1972-1975

        Fonds consists of records compiled and/or produced by Sheehan during the course of her personal activities and research regarding pioneers and homesteading in Grand Prairie and the Beaverlodge area of Alberta, and includes copied oral interviews of Hugh W. Allen, dated 1966, and Gordon Sherk, Marley Sherk, Lulu Sherk Allen, Victor Flint, and Frances Flint, dated 1963, conducted by Beth Sheehan, and of J.R. Oliver, dated 1965, and conducted by Jack Soars. Fonds also consists of transcripts of oral interviews of Gordon Sherk, Marley Sherk, Lulu Sherk Allen, Victor Flint, Frances Flint, Everett Sheehan, George Stone, and Cletus Aloysius Sheehan, dating 1955-1969, transcripts of personal reminiscences by F.C. Falk, Hugh W. Allen, and Lulu Sherk Allen dating 1955-1970, transcripts of diaries belonging to Mrs. Maud Truax (nee Sherk), I.E. Gaudin, and Elizabeth Jane Sills Shishler dating ca. 1909, and transcripts of correspondence of G.V. Flint dating ca. 1909. Fonds also includes manuscripts about the Bull Outfit written by Madelon Truax, dating 1967, and by Isabel Loggie, transcripts of North West Mounted Police (NWMP) patrol reports in the Beaverlodge, Alberta area, a manuscript of the history of the Brekken family, written by Thea Brekken and edited by Beth Sheehan, dating 1968, transcribed excerpts from the minute book of the Bower Beaver Lodge School District No. 2812, and a copy of a burial register, dating 1911-1932. Fonds also includes a blank receipt from Gaudin and Drake Real Estate Brokers, newspaper clippings, transcripts of funeral eulogies, microfilmed photographs of Beaverlodge pioneers, and other photographs depicting various people and views in Grande Prairie and Fort Vermilion.

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