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            2 Archival description results for Barbers

            Series · 1937-1982

            This series consists of records related to the licensing and registration of private vocational schools, previously known as trade schools, and the licensing of agents to sell courses at these schools. The schools offered programs related to include:

            • business administration
            • barber
            • hairdressing
            • broadcasting
            • speedhand / shorthand
            • kindergarten
            • insurance adjusters
            • trades
            • commercial
            • advertising
            • massage
            • home entertainers and demonstrators
            • automation
            • airline personnel
            • secretarial activities
            • correspondence
            • data processing
            • industrial
            • plastics
            • investigations
            • medical secretaries
            • welding
            • radio
            • property managers
            • income tax preparation
            • hotel / restaurant work
            • artists and commercial art
            • writing
            • meat packing
            • comptometer
            • accounting, and
            • engineering.

            These files include applications and licensing documents for the schools, and expired license documents for the agents.

            This series also contains samples of enrolment forms and attendance lists for diesel, welding, hairdressing, barber, beauty, bar, heavy equipment operator, commerce, business, and electronics schools.

            Alberta. Trade and Industry. Trade Schools Administration
            Moler Barber School fonds
            PR3775 · Fonds · 1928-2012

            The fonds consists of records of the Moler Barber School in Edmonton covering business, regulatory, and education material. Included are correspondence, pamphlets, exams, course outlines, progress and attendance reports, regulations and acts, licenses, diplomas and certificates, directories, student records, cards, newspaper clippings, instruction guidelines, textbooks, magazines, convention and competition material, meeting minutes, notes, leases, and agreements. Photographs are of classes, students, and hairstyle models, and the VHS videocassette is of an interview with Martin Malek after his retirement that aired on ITV.

            Malek, Martin