The collection consists of four historical maps of North America and one negative copy of a map originally from 1867. The three maps that are dated are from 1815, 1824, and 1867.
The fourth map of North America is glued to a cardboard backboard and is not dated, but was likely first created in the year 1770. It includes mythological descriptions of areas not fully explored, including Hyperborea in the Arctic Circle. This last map also includes parts of northern Europe and Russia.Argosy Books
The series consists of administrative records for Clearwater Media and Clearwater Documentary, job files related to specific productions, and audiovisual material created for several documentary projects including Alberta Bound, Arctic Dreamer, The Great Divide, Tar Sands: Canada for Sale, Tipping Point, Where Time Begins (aka Chukotka), Worlds Collide, and Power of Dreams.Clearwater Documentary
The fonds consists of photographs of family, friends and Navy ships, maneuvers, events, people and Alberta Legislature ceremonies, financial records, original and copied birth certificates, invitations, records related to Munro’s university degree and his career in the Navy, newspapers clippings, photocopied reminiscences of growing up in Edmonton by Munro Williamson, slides of hunting trips (Beaverlodge), Imperial Oil staff, an arctic trip, Jasper area, Edmonton homes, streets, the Legislative building and the river valley, and maps of the North American East Coast, the Nova Scotia South East coast, and Peace River.Williamson, Donald Munro
The fonds consists of three images originally dating 1908, including portraits of Agnes Deans Cameron and her niece Jessie Cameron Brown, and an image of the two women picnicking by the MacKenzie River.Cameron, Ken
The fonds consists of magazines, magazine articles and newspaper clippings, photographs of family and friends, and airplanes, flights and destinations, certificates, programs and invitations, correspondence, presentations and speeches, photograph albums containing over 550 photographs of airplanes, aerials views, Indigenous peoples, and locations in Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories including Aklavik and Great Bear Lake, and two transcription discs of CKUA programming about Northwest Industries Limited.Brintnell, Leigh
The collection consists of publicity photographs used to promote a lecture given by polar explorer Roald Amundsen in Edmonton in 1913.Unknown donor