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          Adrian Hope fonds
          PR1746 · Fonds · 1954-1979

          The fonds consists of the personal records of Adrian Hope and includes day to day journals, a Métis Association of Alberta membership card, correspondence, the poem “The Fate of Jim Brady,” an audio recording of a CBC program where Adrian Hope discussed Métis history and his own history, an interview with Adrian Hope conducted by Terry Lusty, and an audio recording of the Saddle Lake Indian Days.

          Hope, Adrian
          PR1827 · Collection · [1943 - 1988]

          The collection consists of scripts that won the Alberta Playwriting Competition dating from 1970 to 1988. The fonds also consists of plays dating from 1943 to 1970 which likely won other playwriting contests. Additionally, the fonds includes two plays from Edmonton playwright and director Brad Fraser as well as two plays by Canadian actor Paul Gross, known for his work on the television series Due South.

          Alberta Playwriting Competition
          Alexandre Mahé fonds
          PR3350 · Fonds · 1900-1969

          The fonds consists of French military papers, financial records of the St-Vincent Roman Catholic parish and general store, a booklet in French on teaching French in Alberta, an unpublished handwritten novel in French, original articles and research notes handwritten by Alexandre Mahé, correspondence in French with the Franco-Albertan and French elite in Edmonton in the 1930s as well as with family, various newspapers in French holding articles written by Alexandre Mahé or collected by him, and Bulletins France Libre published during World War II. Also included is a list of parishioners of the Saint-Vincent parish and a map covering a region in Africa where Alexandre Mahé spent 12 years.

          Mahé, Alexandre
          Alexandre Michelet fonds
          PR2666 · Fonds · Copied in [198-]. Original photographs: 1912-[1918]

          The fonds consists of the transcript of the unpublished novel "La grande épinettière. Récit du Nord-Ouest canadien", by Alex Michelet, and four b&w photographs taken on the trail to La Calmette and at the family farm in Alberta. The novel depicts the life of a young teacher who establishes herself in a small community at Grande Coulée (today, Big Coulee) at the beginning of the Twentieth century and the life of French homesteaders in Alberta.

          Michelet, Alexandre
          Alexis Kienlen fonds
          PR3814 · Fonds · 2013 - 2014

          The fonds consists of material compiled by Alexis Kienlen while she researched and wrote Non-Violence: The Story of Gurcharan Singh Bhatia. Included in the fonds is a copy of the completed book.

          Kienlen, Alexis
          Andrea Spalding fonds
          PR2192 · Fonds · [1895-1915]

          The fonds reflects Andrea Spaldings’ activities with the Heritage and Agriculture Society in Stony Plain at the Multicultural Heritage Centre. The fonds consists of 5 photographs of individuals and the Stony Plain area dating from [1895-1915].

          Spalding, Andrea
          Bill Corbett fonds
          PR1948 · Fonds · [1977]-1997

          The fonds consists of a draft of an article by Bill Corbett entitled "A Modest Man" or "A Gentle Canadian," which is about Bill Corbett's grandfather Hiram Staples, and a booklet by Bill Corbett entitled "The Corbetts in Canada."

          Corbett, Bill
          PR3805 · Fonds · 1989-2013

          The fonds consists of the records created and maintained by the Copper Pig Writers’ Society, including administrative and governance records of the society; records related to the planning, production, and distribution of the quarterly alternative fiction magazine On Spec and associated anthologies; records relating to the promotion of On Spec in national and international markets; and correspondence from subscribers, supporters and published authors of the magazine.

          Copper Pig Writers' Society
          Dale Holtslander fonds
          PR0377 · Fonds · 1979

          This fonds consists of unpublished memoirs which were written retrospectively in 1979. Dale Holtslander’s goal was to document his family’s immigration, his early childhood and his personal life up to the time of the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton in 1978. The records also hold information on the early history of Alberta, the Depression (1929-1939), World War II and the discovery of oil in Alberta in the 1940s. The photographs have been glued on to various pages of the memoirs.

          Holtslander, Dale
          David Spalding fonds
          PR2191 · Fonds · 1983-1989

          The fonds consists of plans and maps of heritage interpretative developments, including Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge, and Reynolds Alberta Museum, and Wetaskiwin

          Spalding, David
          Delbert A. Young fonds
          PR0586 · Fonds · 1951-1976

          Fonds consists of manuscript drafts of various articles, stories, movie scripts, book reviews, speeches, and radio broadcast scripts written by Delbert A. Young. Also includes research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, book reviews, hand drawn maps, pamphlets, royalty cheque stubs, statements, and photographs depicting caribou, the Taylor family, and Inuit involved in the lumber industry in Edmonton Pembina, and Barrhead, Alberta

          Young, Delbert A.
          Doris Rooney fonds
          PR2764 · Fonds · 1963

          The fonds consists of a copy of a manuscript Doris Rooney wrote pertaining to her mother, Winnifred Eaton, for Field Horse and Rodeo magazine in 1963. The fonds also includes a published copy of the story in Field Horse and Rodeo.

          Rooney, Doris
          Dorothy Arliss-Andrews fonds
          PR1442 · Fonds · [ca. 1918]-1932

          Fonds consists of photographs depicting various people, buildings and events in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta including the Legislature buildings, Calgary Stampede, parades, a Sarcee reserve, the Western Ski Championship, an ice carnival, a reception for Lord Byng, Royal North West Mounted Police officers, First Nations men and women, and street views. Fonds also includes a photograph and obituary for Major Leon Charles Eckenfelder, a memorial article about Vernor W. Smith, and books of poetry written by W.V. Newson.

          Arliss-Andrews, Dorothy
          Dorothy Dahlgren fonds
          PR0521 · Fonds · [1950-1980]

          The fonds consists of drafts of Dorothy Dahlgren's radio broadcasts for CKUA radio in Edmonton on a variety of subjects including the settlers and the settlement of Alberta, miscellaneous current affairs commentary, and various opinion pieces. The fonds also contains several newspapers and magazines which include Dorothy Dahlgren's writings. Additionally, the fonds includes poetry, plays and fiction written by Dorothy Dahlgren, a scrapbook of articles from MacLean's magazine dating from 1934 and a article about market gardening written by Herman Miller dating from 1937 collected by Dorothy Dahlgren. The fonds contains materials from 1934 to 1980.

          Dahlgren, Dorothy
          Edna M. Sanders fonds
          PR1578 · Fonds · 1982

          The fonds consists of a manuscript, “Reflections,” by Edna M. Sanders, a compellation of short stories, articles, poems and music, and audio recordings of some of the songs.

          Sanders, Edna M.
          Ena Schneider fonds
          PR2186 · Fonds · 1916-1992

          The fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, interview transcripts, and research materials Ena Schneider collected and created to write Ribbons of Steel: The Story of the Northern Alberta Railways dating from 1916-1992. The fonds also includes records of an unrealized traveling exhibition compiled by Schneider entitled, “Women Teachers in Alberta – A Century of Service.”

          Schneider, Ena
          Ernest Brown fonds
          PR0043 · Fonds · 1759-1965, predominant 1880-1960

          Fonds consists of personal and business records generated by Brown including correspondence, financial records, research material, newspaper clippings and newspapers, periodicals, political pamphlets and articles written by Brown, published books, travel brochures, paintings and maps. It also consists of historical photographs collected by Brown that were taken by other photographers like C.W. Mathers, Boorne and May and by Ernest Brown himself.

          The fonds has been divided into the following series: Items regarding Boorne, May and Mathers; Personal and business papers; Political papers; Photographic studios’ records; Pioneer Days Museum records; Personal writings; Notes and research material; Newspapers; Periodicals; Printed books; Travel brochures and directories; Photographic material; Maps; Paintings; and Time capsule. Many of these series have been further divided into sub-series.

          Brown, Ernest
          E.T. Love fonds
          PR1337 · Fonds · 1972-1976

          Fonds consists of copied and original articles written by E.T. Love about highway building in Alberta, the Trans Canada Highway, Icefields Parkway, and Yellowhead Route, as well as his experiences with the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce Road Committee.

          Love, E.T.
          Evelyn Slater McLeod fonds
          PR1252 · Fonds · 1918-1982

          The fonds consists of the historical writings of Evelyn Slater McLeod and includes typewritten manuscripts of “Restless Pioneer,” “Our Sod House” and “School Days at Willow Brook,” all of which were published in The Beaver, the accompanying images originally dating 1905 to circa (ca.) 1920 of a horse and cart, a church, a farm house, sod house, threshing, horses, Willow Brook students, along with community and family members, and the high school diploma of Harriet Evelyn Slater.

          McLeod, Evelyn Slater
          Fil Fraser fonds
          PR0021 · Fonds · 1959 – 2009

          The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Fil Fraser during the course of his wide ranging business activities within the broadcasting, arts and political arenas. The fonds consists of the following series: Productions; Film and Television industry; Committees; Political Appointments; Professional Work; Speeches and Conferences; Writings; Music; and Personal.

          Fraser, Fil
          Frank Smith fonds
          PR0665 · Fonds · 1969-1971

          Fonds consists of draft manuscripts written by Frank A. Smith entitled Defectors are Dead Men and Corpse in Handcuffs.

          Smith, Frank, 1927-
          Georges Bugnet fonds
          PR0995 · Fonds · 1928-2012

          The fonds includes photocopied letters from 1928, 1957 and 1961, photocopied newspaper clippings, a photocopy of Bugnet’s diary from 1954 to 1971, a photocopy of Bugnet’s botanical notes, and various certificates and awards. Also included are photographs of Georges and Julia Bugnet and their family, correspondence with their granddaughter Rita Bugnet, annotated publications, articles, and unpublished manuscripts, recorded interviews, as well as botanical research material and publications pertaining to Georges Bugnet.

          Bugnet, Georges
          Gerald S. Anderson fonds
          PR3841 · Fonds · 1893-1999

          The fonds consists of records that were created and maintained by Gerald S. Anderson which document his careers, interests and hobbies, covering the period of the late 1890’s to 1999. The photographs and negatives cover his travels through Canada, the United States and Europe as well as the Anderson family and Gerald's army training unit.

          Anderson, Gerald S.
          Gilbert Bouchard fonds
          PR3406 · Fonds · 1969-2009

          Fonds consists of handwritten notes and typed articles, poems, fiction and non-fiction writing, class assignments, newspaper and magazine articles, all written by Gilbert Bouchard (these articles cover cultural events mainly in the Edmonton area including art, theatre, film, history, music, religion, literature, poetry, comic books, food and culture in general), articles of research and writing interest to Gilbert Bouchard, invitations, brochures, exhibit catalogues and press releases for cultural events, newsletters, business and personal correspondence, day-timers and personal journals, Unitarian Church records, gay rights and gay culture records, recorded interviews by Gilbert Bouchard with people who are involved in the arts and other topics, textual and AV material submitted to Gilbert Bouchard from artists for review, published books and journals, computer hard drive and floppy discs.

          Bouchard, Gilbert
          Gordon Snyder fonds
          PR3249 · Fonds · [194-?]-2009

          Fonds consists of contracts, budgets, correspondence, grant proposals, notes, promotional material, photographs, photocopies of research material, newspaper clippings, videotapes, audio recordings, digital photographs, and digital images of paintings for art curator Gordon Snyder's exhibit and book on artist Nicholas de Grandmaison which was mounted and published in 2007. Also includes proofs for the book and a copy of his published book, Drawn from the Past: Nicholas de Grandmaison and two framed lithographed art reproductions of Nicholas de Grandmaison pastels published by Last Arrow Ltd.: "Blackfoot Brave" and "Chief Coldweather". Videotapes include footage regarding the 1982 Glenbow exhibit "History in Their Blood" and a copy of de Grandmaison family home movies that are in the holdings of the National Gallery of Canada. Audio recordings include copies of audograph discs, for which the originals are held at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. These consist of interviews that Nicholas de Grandmaison conducted with portrait sitters, mainly First Nations people from the 1950s and 1970s. Audio recordings also include a copy of the CBC radio program "Faces Lit in the Dark" and original oral history recordings of Nicholas de Grandmaison and family members.

          The fonds also consists of material is directly related to Snyder's work as a curator, artist, and gallery owner. There are negatives, slides, and .jpeg/.tiff photos that depict images of Snyder's work or the work of artists that were curated by Snyder in a gallery, festival, or touring exhibit. These images are identified with the name of the artist also noted and provide evidence of the role and work of a curator. Includes information about artists Maxwell Bates, Ralph Hedlin, Illingworth Kerr, F.H. Johnson, Nicholas de Grandmaison, and Clarence Tillenius.

          There is also textual material (including files on the computer disks and on some of the CD-ROMs) that provides evidence of the working life of a curator and includes correspondence with artists and art dealers, drafts of program notes, printed programs that Snyder contributed to, and financial information that shows the business side of art management.

          There are audiocassettes that feature recorded artist talks given by Les Graff and Andy Fabo about their work. Snyder had dealings with both artists and these talks provide informational value related to their work and further evidential value concerning the arts milieu.

          Among these records, specific projects are particularly represented. These include major touring exhibits such as Through Alberta Eyes: The Photographs of Orest Semchishen, Snyder’s involvement with The Works International Visual Arts Society and its annual arts festival, and Snyder’s research of artist Illingsworth Kerr.

          Snyder, Gordon
          Helen Lingas fonds
          PR3068 · Fonds · [ca. 1967]

          The fonds consists of a manuscript copy of the publication My Olympic Torch for World Justice, Unity, and Peace (1967) entitled "In Mediation". The manuscript discusses the history of Greek education, family life, and religion as well as Helen's genealogy and her beliefs.

          Lingas, Helen
          Hilda Bird fonds
          PR3409 · Fonds · c. 1954

          The fonds consists of a typed fictional manuscript depicting a farming family living in Alberta in the 1930s and 40s, "The Sound of Wings", written by Hilda Bird for a writing competition organized by The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire and Children of the Empire, along with a rejection letter from the organization.

          Bird, Hilda
          Hirtle Family fonds
          PR4276 · Fonds · 1912-1972

          The fonds consists of records from the Hirtle family including correspondence, legal documents, genealogy records, and family photograph albums. These albums include clippings of Merna and W.O. Mitchell’s wedding, framed photographs, and news clippings.

          Textual records include birth certificates, insurance papers, school and military certificates and wills, a soldier’s paybook, S.M. Hirtle typescript with holograph revisions, notebooks, memorial books, and certificates of S.M. Hirtle (including a Certificate of Ordination).

          Hirtle Family
          Iris Allan fonds
          PR0904 · Fonds · 1935-1986

          The fonds consists of the records regarding Iris Allan’s career as an author and includes draft manuscripts; scripts; research materials; articles; correspondence; scrapbooks of her writing, newspaper clippings, photographs and correspondence tracing her life and career; and two commemorative historical maps of Edmonton and Strathcona, Alberta.

          Allan, Iris
          PR0206 · Fonds · 1792-1983, predominant 1870-1983

          Fonds consists of records pertaining to MacGregor’s career as a writer and an engineer as well as records reflecting his historical interests and involvement with various organizations. These include research notes, manuscripts, photographs, diaries, correspondence, daily calendars and maps. The fonds has been divided into the following series: Personal records; Professional and cultural organizations; Publications; and Reference material.

          MacGregor, James Grierson
          J.C. Gundesen fonds
          PR1034 · Fonds · 1876-1930

          Fonds consists of the personal records of J.C. Gundesen and include manuscripts of poetry and other works written by J.C. Gundesen, including newspaper clippings of poems and some published works. Fonds also includes a biography of J.C. Gundesen.

          Gundesen, J.C.
          J.D. Waring fonds
          PR0111 · Fonds · 1936-1957

          Fonds consists of diaries from 1941-1957, field reports, correspondence, manuscripts of short stories and poems, sketches, photographs, maps and other material. Adhering to the creator’s personal index to files, the fonds has been arranged into the following series: Birds; General; Mammals; Hares & Rabbits; and Miscellaneous Papers.

          Waring, J. D.
          Jennie Shapka fonds
          PR2188 · Fonds · 1918-1992

          The fonds consists of a manuscript for My Canadian Immigrant Parents, and miscellaneous poems and stories. The fonds also includes a family scrapbook dating from 1918 to [1989].

          Shapka, Jennie
          J.G.C. Dignard fonds
          PR1632 · Fonds · 1983-1986

          The fonds consists of copied of articles and letters by Gilles Dignard, mostly relating to the Peace River area, predominantly for Le Franco.

          Dignard, J.G.C
          PR1591 · Fonds · 1939-1995

          The fonds consists of the records of Jim and Constance Panchuck and includes one series, Panchuk/Panchuck Get-Together records, as well as the following: correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets and photographs related to Constance's employment with the Southern California Gas Company, copies of Constance's magazine articles and newspaper columns (in Medicine Hat News and Lloydminster Times), records relating to Jim's employment, passports, and an audio recording of "Get Smart" TV show on which Constance a guest.

          Panchuk, James
          John Patrick Gillese fonds
          PR1261 · Fonds · 1931-1993

          The fonds consists of materials created or collected by John Patrick Gillese and dating from 1931- 1996 The fonds consists of these series: Freelance Writing, Editorial Work; Teaching Materials; and Social Credit materials.

          Gillese, John Patrick
          Juliette Pilon fonds
          PR2731 · Fonds · [before 1994]

          The fonds consists of a draft of A Matter of Compulsion: The Story of Flory and Armand. The manuscript describes Juliette Pilon's life growing up in Legal and Cold Lake with a French Canadian father, and English mother. She completed the draft in 1994.

          Pilon, Juliette
          June Bhatia fonds
          PR3010 · Fonds · [before 1972]

          The fonds consists of material pertaining to June Bhatia's work as an author and includes a manuscript copy of the novel The Latchkey Kid.

          Bhatia, June
          J.W. Chalmers fonds
          PR0652 · Fonds · 1950-1959

          Fonds consists of correspondence between Dr. J. W. Chalmers, Dr. H. T. Coutts, and their publisher, J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Limited, assignment books written by Chalmers and Coutts to accompany the series Poetry and Prose for Canadians, and a working copy of Safaris, written by Chalmers and Coutts.

          Chalmers, J.W.
          Kitty Elliott fonds
          PR2053 · Fonds · 1965-2013

          The fonds consists of material created and collected by Kitty Elliott related to her work with veteran's associations – such as the Royal Canadian Legion and the Silver Cross Women – her creative writing, fundraising efforts and charitable contributions, and her family life. The fonds includes publications, clippings, newsletters, poems, correspondence, programs, photographs and two plaques.

          Elliott, Kitty
          Marie-Anna Adèle Roy fonds
          PR3335 · Fonds · [1960-1964]

          The fonds consists of the typewrite manuscript of Le rayonnement d'une œuvre dans le nord albertain by Marie-Anna Adèle Roy. The manuscript has 108 pages of text, and 35 photographs and 3 maps illustrating the text. The manuscript is inscribed: "Collège de Gravelbourg, Section historique. En hommage!" It is composed of two parts: one, of 20 pages, with the title "Aux missionnaires et aux pionniers de La-Rivière-La-Paix", which locates the region, explains the origin of its name and tells the settling story of this part of Alberta; the other, called "Tangent", is the history of the village with the same name, founded in 1927, 300 km North-West of Edmonton. The manuscript ends the evocation of pioneers' life with the narrative of the 50th anniversary's ceremonies of the neighbour parishes Fahler, Donnelly and Girouxville on the 23rd of June, 1963.

          Roy, M-A Adele
          Melvin and Ethel Ross fonds
          PR1774 · Fonds · 1902-2005

          Fonds consists of films, negatives, photographs, slides, scripts, flyers, manuscripts, books, correspondence, audio cassettes, scrapbooks and other textual material regarding Melvin and Ethel Ross's personal and business life, and in particular, material regarding their travels and filmmaking. Also of note are Ethel Ross's lobbying letters, Mel Ross's invention plans, books, articles, short stories and poetry written by Mel and Ethel, and a complete set of road maps that they used in their travels throughout the world, dating from the 1950s to the 1990s. The audio cassettes are recordings that Calgary historian, David Finch conducted with Melvin and Ethel in their home in 2005. Four of the audio cassettes are recordings of Melvin reading his commentary for their film Headless Valley, and one of the audio cassettes is Ethel's reminiscences of the trip.

          Ross, Melvin and Ethel
          Michael Gowda fonds
          PR2427 · Fonds · 1901 - [1993]

          The fonds consists of the records used, created, and maintained by Michael Gowda including correspondence, literary manuscripts, financial records, diaries, news paper clippings, and notebooks. Michael Gowda's records date from 1901- 1946. The fonds also contains research notes on Michael Gowda and photocopies of Michael Gowda's correspondence compiled by Jars Balan.

          Gowda, Michael
          Miriam Elston fonds
          PR0132 · Fonds · 1910-1920

          Fonds consists of three scrapbooks containing articles and short stories by Miriam Elston, and editorial appreciation of her work. Also consists of photographs and postcards depicting life in Alberta.

          Elston, Miriam
          Myrna Kostash fonds
          PR1867 · Fonds · 1975

          The fonds consists of Myrna Kostash’s research for All of Baba’s Children, and includes oral history interviews with Ukrainian-Canadians, primarily from the Vegreville and Two Hills areas; she interviewed the children of immigrants, who had to find their identity, their purpose, their community and their pride between Galicia and Canada. The fonds also includes other research materials, such as articles, newspaper clippings, publications, papers and notes, used in the publication.

          Kostash, Myrna
          Nancy Diettrick fonds
          PR2336 · Fonds · [1950 - 1996]

          The fonds consists of materials created and used by Nancy Diettrick to create a publication on the origin of place names in Alberta including research notes, publications, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, maps, and manuscript drafts dating from ca. 1950 to 1996.

          Diettrick, Nancy
          Natalie (Nettie) Horne fonds
          PR0107 · Fonds · [195-]-1997

          The fonds consists of 7 unpublished manuscripts entitled: “If I Call, Will Someone Answer?” (1974); “Behind the Stove”(1985); “Letters to a Friend” (199?); “Old Folks at Home – A Book for the Aged and Those Who Care about Them” (197?); “Let Them Write Books – An Introduction to Writing” (198?): “Little Poems for Little People” (1997); “Little Stories for Little People” (1965) – most of these stories were read over the air on CKUA Radio on a weekly children’s program under the direction of Tony Cashman as well as a five-part souvenir edition of the Edmonton Journal commemorating the Royal Visit of 1939 and the Edmonton Bulletin’s May 7, 1945 Victory Day Edition.

          Horne, Natalie
          Normand Fontaine fonds
          PR3744 · Fonds · 1970-2007

          The fonds consists of records related to the careeer of Normand Fontaine. It includes scripts of his shows, handwritten and decorated with drawings by him, from 1981-1983. Also included is a privately published collection of stories. The reel-to-reel audio tapes include recorded shows of ‘Les Normandises’, broadcast in 1986-1987. The scrapbook was given to Normand Fontaine to celebrate his 25 years milestone with Radio CHFA/Radio-Canada and includes photographs, congratulatory messages, as well as a number of original poems and drawings by Normand Fontaine.

          Fontaine, Normand
          Pat White fonds
          PR2881 · Fonds · 1916 - 1958

          The fonds consists of materials Pat White used to help write The Mosquito Bites Again: An Appendage to Mosquito Creek Roundup including school registers, minutes of trustees meetings, examination subjects for Parkland Consolidated School District No. 51 dating from 1929 to 1958, minutes of Porcupine School District No. 1338 dating from 1954 to 1958, and invoices, forms, advertisements, agreements, correspondence for Litchfield School District No. 3496 dating from 1916 - 1918.

          White, Pat
          PR2133 · Fonds · 1886-1990

          The fonds consists of material the Holmgrens acquired through their personal life as well as Eric Holmgren's employment at the Legislative Library of Alberta. The fonds consists of pamphlets, programs, photographs, clippings, booklets, publications, writings, and memorabilia documenting the history of theatre, opera, notable Albertan individuals, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Misericordia Hospital, North West Mounted Police, festivals, anniversaries, and Heritage sites in Alberta. The fonds dates from 1886- 1990.

          Holmgren, Patricia and Eric
          Paul Lloyd fonds
          PR1287 · Fonds · 1938-1972

          Fonds consists of copied and original records pertaining to Paul Lloyd’s personal life and contains a copy of his memoirs, entitled No Rehearsals-No Regrets, poetry, short stories, correspondence pertaining to the publishing of his memoirs, and pamphlets about the Mennonites and Hutterites.

          Fonds also includes records pertaining to Lloyd’s activities in lobbying for the creation of the Office of the Ombudsman and includes correspondence, briefs, newspaper and magazine clippings, and information and legislative acts pertaining to the Office of Ombudsman in Alberta and Denmark.

          The fonds is arranged into four series: Manuscripts (PR1287.0001), Personal Correspondence (PR1287.0002), Newspapers and Magazines (PR1287.0003), and Publications (PR1287.0004).

          Lloyd, Paul
          Peggy and Harry Holmes fonds
          PR2132 · Fonds · 1921-1992

          The fonds consists of poems, correspondence, cards, profiles, news releases, scripts, address books, stories, reminiscences, interviews, books, sheet music, scrapbooks, diaries, photographs, photo albums, newspaper clippings, manuscript drafts for publications, pamphlets, reflecting the life of Peggy and Harry Holmes dating from 1919-1992.

          Holmes, Peggy and Harry
          R. Ross Annett fonds
          PR3004 · Fonds · 1938

          The fonds consists of material reflecting R. Ross Annett’s literary career and consists of two copies of “It’s Gotta Rain Sometime,” one a photocopy from Saturday Evening Post and one on foolscap. The story appeared in the Saturday Evening Post April 9, 1938.

          Annett, R. Ross
          Reel Girls Media fonds
          PR3830 · Fonds · 1999-2007

          The fonds consists of production files for various projects undertaken by Reel Girls Media. These projects are as follows:

          SciQ: Up Close and Palaeo: a one-hour, children’s program shot at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller that focuses on palaeontology. The records include masters, b-rolls, and interview transcripts.

          Stories from the Seventh Fire: a half-hour, animated, children’s series featuring Indigenous performers such as Tantoo Cardinal and Gordon Tootoosis narrating several First Nations stories and legends. The records include DVDs and the original masters.

          Booked: a half-hour series in which book reviewers and criminal justice professionals discuss a prominent mystery novel. The records include masters and DVDs.

          Out of the West: a one-hour documentary featuring interviews with several western Canadian authors. The records include masters, shooting tapes, and production files.

          Between the Stones and the Ocean: A Portrait of Rudy Wiebe: a one-hour documentary about western Canadian author Rudy Wiebe. The records include shooting tapes and masters.

          Capturing Cooperman: A Not So Private Investigation of Howard Engel: a one-hour documentary about Canadian mystery author Howard Engel. The records are limited to the masters.

          WildFiles: a half-hour, children’s series that focuses on animal biology. The records are limited to production files.

          Return of the Peregrine: a one-hour documentary about conservation efforts to restore peregrine falcon populations across Canada. The records include shooting tapes and interview transcripts.

          Homefront: a one-hour documentary that follows the stories of several Edmonton-based soldiers and their families during deployment to Afghanistan. The records are limited to masters.

          How the Fiddle Flows: a one-hour documentary that traces Métis culture and history through music and dancing. The records are limited to masters.

          In addition to these completed projects, there are several non-completed projects that are also captured in the records. These projects were started by Reel Girls but never broadcast or distributed and include the following:

          Return of the Bison: a potential documentary that would have focused on conservation efforts to restore bison populations across the world. The records include shooting tapes and production files.

          A to Z Film Guide: this potential series would have focused on various roles within the film industry as an educational tool. The records are limited to pre-production files.

          Rock ‘n’ Fossil Road Show: this potential series was modeled on Antiques Roadshow and would have featured rock and fossil collectors consulting with experts about their collections. A pilot was completed but the series was not pursued. The records include pre-production files.

          Reel Girls Media
          Susan Mayse fonds
          PR1514 · Fonds · 1978-1984

          The fonds consists of research materials of Susan Mayse, and includes interviews and transcripts of interviews with Grant Notley, Ray Martin, Blair Redin, George Oleksiuk, Pam Barrett, and Joanna Miazga for an article about Grant Notley, as well as photographs of Grant Notley; interviews with Gloria Cathcart, Vicki Lyall, Pat Richardson, and Dr. Gene Romaniuk for a computer education publication for Alberta Education; an interview with Pauline Gedge; interviews with William Cheung, Dr. Brian Evans, Kim Hung, and Bing Mah for an article about the Chinese cultural contribution to Alberta; interviews with [?] Cummins, Sandy Fester, Alex Gallacher, [?] Henson, Darolyn Hunter, Phil Oakes and Tom Robson for a proposed article about a one-industry town (Grande Cache); and interviews with Ted Byfield, Bettie Hewes and Mary Le Messurier and related articles.

          Mayse, Susan
          Tony Cashman fonds
          PR2067 · Fonds · c. 1930 - 2009

          The fonds consists of records related to Tony Cashman's career as an author, broadcaster, journalist, and historian. The fonds includes research notes, typed transcripts of research interviews, recorded interviews, and clippings dating from the 1950's to 2005, drafts used to create various publications and broadcasts dating from the 1950's and 1960's and audio recordings used during Tony Cashman's radio broadcasts featuring commercials, music, historical vignettes dating from the 1950's and 1960's. It also includes correspondence, memoirs, and newspaper clippings relating to Cashman's childhood in California in the 1930s.

          Cashman, Tony
          Vera Collins Webb fonds
          PR0056 · Fonds · 1939

          Fonds consists of a diary portraying the excitement of Canadians caused by the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth in 1939. Vera Collins Webb illustrated the diary with her own watercolour paintings.

          Webb, Vera Collins
          W. E. Endacott fonds
          PR1225 · Fonds · [1958]-1975

          Fonds consists of material relating to Endacott's research project and includes copied photograph layout materials for the fold-out book, facts and images of the Canadian provinces, a list of photograph donors, newspaper clippings of editorials written by Endacott, and acknowledgement letters from people who received a copy of Endacott's fold-out book. Fonds also includes a copy of Photographs of Canada by Johnny Canuck.

          Endacott, W.E.
          W. Everard Edmonds fonds
          PR0160 · Fonds · 1897-1965, predominant 1899-1955

          Fonds consists of material pertaining to Edmonds' religious, educational and historical work or interests including manuscripts, articles and photographs.

          Some manuscripts by W. Everard Edmonds were written as studies on Indigenous peoples in Alberta and bear titles such as “Early Explorers Who Visited Alberta,” “The Indians of the Plains,” “The Saskatchewan Rebellion of 1885,” and “Jerry Potts: Famous NWMP Guide and Interpreter.”

          Edmonds, W. Everard
          William Marsden fonds
          PR2637 · Fonds · 1904-2006

          The fonds consists of records that document multiple facets of Marsden’s life and work, including freelance photography, film production, his work as Alberta Film Commissioner, and several hobbies such as woodworking, sailing, and aviation.

          The freelance photography records include prints and negatives of Marsden’s work, including commissions and landscape stills. These records also include clippings of Marsden’s published work, correspondence related to his photography business, and awards.

          The film production records include scripts, production stills, and masters from several productions such as The Naked Flame, Okan (a Glenbow Foundation documentary on the Siksika Sun Dance), and Wings of Chance.

          The Film Industry Development records include correspondence with film producers across Canada and the United States, information files, reports on the Alberta film industry, and production stills and/or video copies of films shot in Alberta (including Unforgiven and Heaven and Earth).

          Marsden’s personal records include flight logs, photographs of woodworking projects (including sailboats and planes), plane-building project diaries, scrapbooks (including family histories and photographs dating from 1904), a high school yearbook, and files related to the writing and publication of Big Screen Country: Making Movies in Alberta.

          Marsden, William
          William W. Parker fonds
          PR0219 · Fonds · 1913-[ca. 1964]

          Fonds consists of published and unpublished literary works written by Parker as well as other personal records, including family photographs taken during the time of World War I.

          Parker, William Wilder McKinley
          W.O. Mitchell fonds
          PR2669 · Fonds · 1967

          The fonds consists of a copy of the musical theatre piece written by W.O. Mitchell entitled The Rose (1967) and a copy of the accompanying score.

          Mitchell, W.O.