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            PR0003.001SF.0001 · Series · 1854-2005
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of records that document the management functions of the Oblates in the course of the work performed by the Provincial Administration throughout Grandin Province. The records consist of administrative and operational correspondence with Oblate administrators at various levels, including Rome and with the various missions and parishes the Oblates served, and also with the Catholic Church and with external organizations. The series also includes correspondence files with the administrators of other provinces, the administrators of various Catholic bodies, with religious organizations of men and women, and with the administration of institutions run by the Oblates, including Indian Residential Schools and the federal government. Administrative records also include those related to Oblate vocational work and clergy formation as well as records pertaining to the establishment of missions, schools, orphanages, hospitals and the operation of chapels and churches in various communities.

            PR0003.001SF.0001.0005 · Sub-series · 1931-2003
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The sub-series consists of records pertaining to various institutions and organizations the provincial administration in Grandin Province either established, administered or were involved with in some capacity, either directly or indirectly in the course of its business. These include records either directly related to the administration of the subordinate institutions, or material acquired in the course of business. The records relate to various educational and community institutions, specifically the Juniorat/Collège Saint-Jean, Indian Residential Schools, Collège Notre-Dame de la Paix, Catholic Bible College, as well as Placid Place.

            Records of the Oblate-founded Collège Saint-Jean, include miscellaneous administrative and commemorate files of Collège Saint-Jean and its predecessor, the Juniorat Saint-Jean, in Edmonton, Alberta, as well as images and photograph albums related to the Collège.

            The sub-series also includes administrative records related to the now-defunct Collège Notre-Dame de la Paix, in Falher, Alberta, such as correspondence, files on Collège benefactors and personnel, as well as numerous images of the Collège.

            The Catholic Bible College was an institution established in Canmore, Alberta in the 1980s, and the sub-series includes records related to its operations, such as images, photo albums and scrapbooks, steering committee records and property lease contracts and other related material.

            The sub-series also includes reports, bulletins and correspondence of the Missionary Association of Mary Immaculate, an incorporated group of lay Oblates and friends and family that partner with the Congregation in serving the poor. In addition, there is correspondence, agreements, handbooks and codici historici from Placid Place, a complex of apartments for retired Oblates in Edmonton, Alberta. The apartment building was purchased by the Oblates in 1984 to support Foyer Grandin and provide a level of health care and service to retiring clergy from Alberta and the north. It also served as a guesthouse for clergy visiting the Edmonton area.

            Financial Records series
            PR0003.001SF.0002 · Series · 1896-2005
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The series consists of financial records that document all financial activities and transactions completed, directly or indirectly by the Oblates in the course of the work performed in Grandin Province. The records consist of correspondence and transactions related to Oblate properties and the management and sale of buildings and lands, as well as financial reports and accounts.

            Properties sub-series
            PR0003.001SF.0002.0003 · Sub-series · 1896-2005
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series relates to Oblate ownership of properties and related transactions involved in the purchase, management and sales of properties within Grandin Province and the Northwest Territories. The series also includes catalogued lists of artifacts owned by the Oblates with accompanying photographs. There are also insurance appraisals, project meeting minutes, legal opinions, correspondence, agreements, newsletters, histories, reports, tax notices and receipts, and land titles.

            The records specifically relate to properties in Beaver Lake, AB, Calgary, AB, Candle Lake, SK, Canmore, AB, Duck Lake, SK, Edmonton, AB, Enoch Cree Nation, AB, Falher, AB, Fort Smith, NWT, Girouxville, AB, Lac La Biche, AB, Lac St. Anne, AB, Red Deer, AB, Shaw’s Point, AB, St-Albert, AB, and Yellowknife, NWT.

            Correspondence sub-series
            PR0003.001SF.0002.0004 · Sub-series · 1968-2002
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series covers a wide range of economic activities, ranging from management of properties to dealings with corporations on financial matters. Specifically, the records include correspondence on Oblate owned Siksika Reserve building transfers to the Diocese of Calgary, and mineral rights in Saskatchewan. There is also correspondence between the Oblates and Terra Linda Developments Ltd., Oakland Petroleum Ltd., Trax Petroleums, Alta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. and Barrington Petroleum Ltd.

            PR0003.001SF.0009 · Series · 1963-1999
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The series consists of published maps collected and acquired by the Oblates to document properties owned and maintained by the Roman Catholic Church, and for reference purposes. The records include maps and plans of Lac St. Anne, plans of the St. Albert residence, plan of the Canmore Three Sisters Drive, and maps of the municipal district of Sturgeon, and Vulcan County.

            PR0003.001SF.0010 · Series · 1965-2003
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of architectural drawings and plans collected by Grandin Province. The majority of the plans and drawings are of buildings constructed and maintained by the Oblates. Specifically, this series consists of drawings of the Bishop Grandin House and the Oblate mission. The plans are of proposed renovations of the Grandin House, the Provincial House, St. Alberta Parish and the basement of Foyer Grandin. Also, there are plans for the Brother Anthony House, St. Albert Hill also known as Mission Park, La Survivance, Canmore Bible College, St. Albert parking lot plans, the church and Father Lacombe Chapel, Lac Ste. Anne subdivision shrine by Thorkelsson Architects, conference facility, Father Lacombe Youth Camp at Lac Ste. Anne, plans of new church, new boy’s dormitory, the Lac Ste. Anne McMan complex and final drawings for the camp facilities.

            PR0003.002SF.0001.0008 · Sub-series · 1919-1982
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series consists of records created or acquired in the course of the administration of publishing companies established or maintained by the Oblates in the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan.

            The publishing companies allowed for access to the various Francophone communities served by the Congregation. In 1928 the Association Canadienne-Française de l'Alberta (ACFA) decided to establish its own paper in Edmonton, Alberta, called La Survivance, and an accompanying printing company, La Survivance Printing Ltd.. Imprimerie Canadienne Ltd. was incorporated in October the same year and a contract was signed with La Survivance Printing Ltd. on the 16th of February 1929 stipulating that the latter was to lease, use and maintain the printing machines of Imprimerie Canadienne Ltd. All three companies, La Survivance Printing Ltd., La Survivance, and Imprimerie Canadienne Ltd., were financed and controlled by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Despite the financial problems of the journal, the Oblates provided financing and unpaid qualified workers until 1973, when the journal (which had changed its name to Le Franco-Albertain in 1967) and the printing company were sold to ACFA for the symbolic amount of 1 dollar. The paper would eventually become Le Franco.

            The Oblates published Le Patriot de l’Ouest out of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, after acquiring the paper when the former publisher, la Bonne Presse limitée, was liquidated in 1933. The Oblates operated the paper under Le Patriote Publishing Company. In 1941, the paper merged with the Winnipeg newspaper La liberté to form Liberté et le patriote.

            The records include administrative correspondence related to the personnel, operation, sales and maintenance of Compagnie la Bonne Presse limitée, Imprimerie Canadienne, the La Survivance building and Le Frano-Albertain.

            Financial Records series
            PR0003.002SF.0002 · Series · 1868-1987
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The series consists of financial records that document all financial activities and transactions completed, directly or indirectly, by the Oblates in the course of the work performed in the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan. The records consist of correspondence related to properties and management of funds and loans, annual financial reports and account books, policies and guidelines, registers and correspondence for properties and mineral rights, as well as wills and other personnel related financial records of individual Oblates.

            Properties sub-series
            PR0003.002SF.0002.0004 · Sub-series · 1883-1981
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series relates to Oblate ownership of properties and related transactions involved in the purchase, management and sales of properties within the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan. There are registers of properties, as well as files containing Land Titles, Titles of Land Transfer, articles of agreement of sales, mortgages and caveats and registers of rental properties.

            The material includes records of transactions, accounts, and correspondence from the Lac St. Anne Farm, records of transactions and correspondence from Duck Lake, SK, as well as titles, property evaluations, correspondence, and registers of sales and properties owned by the Oblates in Beaumont, AB, Bon Accord, AB, Calgary, AB, Delmas, SK, Edmonton, AB, Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Lethbridge, AB, McLennan, AB, Okotoks, AB, Prince-Albert, SK, Rivière-Qui-Barre, AB, Saskatoon, SK, St. Albert, AB, St. Paul, AB, Wandering River, AB, and Whitefish Lake, AB.

            There are also property records for the Alberta Lacombe Historical Foundation, a development analysis report for the 1st phase of Bishop Grandin Residence, Grandin House display panels on a renovation exhibit, and artifact inventories at the Vital Grandin Centre.

            Correspondence sub-series
            PR0003.002SF.0002.0006 · Sub-series · 1905-1987
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series covers a wide range of economic activities, ranging from management of funds and properties to dealings with individuals, corporations, parishes, vicariates, and with Rome on financial matters. Specifically, the records include correspondence regarding property acquisitions, ownership and sales, which includes other material such as municipal tax papers, office leases, property descriptions and evaluations, rent, financial reports and evaluations, property plans and construction details.

            The sub series also includes correspondence with the Procure from Rome and of Paris, the general commissary of Rome, the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, the Vicariate Apostolic as well as various parishes, missions, seminaries, noviciates, scholasticates, and Indian Residential Schools (IRS). Furthermore, there are Lacombe Memorial Fund records such as correspondence and various bursaries.

            PR0003.002SF.0010 · Series · 1915-1983
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of architectural drawings and plans collected by the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan. The majority of the plans and drawings are of buildings constructed and maintained by the Oblates. Specifically, there are floor plans and drawings for the Provincial House, St. Andrews Teachers Home, St. Albert Grandin House and the Bishops’s palace, St. Albert Sewage Plant, OMI Apartment Building, St. Albert Retreat House, parish church and Mission Park, the St. Albert Residence, the Edmonton Rectory, , St. Joachim Parish Rectory, St. Joachim’s Faithful Companions of Jesus Seniors’ Centre, Roman Catholic Church Jasper Place, Saddle Lake Church, Collège St-Jean, Lac St. Anne Settlement, the Lac St. Anne Dormitory and Atonement Camp, the Archdiocese of Edmonton’s Archbishop’s Palace of the Cathedral Rectory, and the Edmonton Proposed Museum and Recreational Building. There are also architectural drawings and plans for unidentified homes, garages, schools, churches, and indigenous reserves.

            PR0003.003SF.0009 · Series · 1961-[19-?]
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of architectural drawings and plans collected by the Vice-Province of MacKenzie. The majority of the plans and drawings are of buildings constructed and maintained by the Oblates. Specifically, there are floor plans for the St. Patrick’s high school and the teachers duplex in the Yellowknife Roman Catholic separate school district no. 2, the Oblate Madonna House in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, and the St. Albert Knights of Columbus in St. Albert, Alberta.

            Financial Records series
            PR0003.004SF.0002 · Series · 1912-1985
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The series consists of financial records that document financial transactions completed, directly or indirectly by the Oblates in the course of the work performed in the Vice-Province of Grouard. The records consist of Fort Smith and Slave Lake financial reports, land transfers to the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Girouxville, Alberta, and records on properties they owned in Grande Prairie, Alberta.

            Bérubé family fonds
            PR0462 · Fonds · Copied 1986

            The fonds consists of images relating to the Bérubé family, originally dating 1895 to 1912, including images of the Bérubés’ Beaumont house (built by Pierre Bérubé) and the Bérubé family, the livery stables owned by Pierre Bérubé, and the first church in Beaumont along with its parishioners.

            Bérubé family
            Eveline Loughlin fonds
            PR1430 · Fonds · Copied 1984

            The fonds consists of images, originally dating 1906, of the interior and exterior of the St. Louis de France Catholic Church in Innisfail, Alberta.

            Loughlin, Eveline
            Esther Freeman fonds
            PR1598 · Fonds · 1895-1927

            Fonds consists of photographs depicting Alexander McCulloch and Hollis Clayton Freeman, a North West Mounted Police (NWMP) officer, and various family members. Fonds also includes a photograph of construction of the Archbishop's Palace in Edmonton, Alberta.

            Freeman, Esther
            Franz Deggendorfer fonds
            PR1625 · Fonds · Copied 1985

            The fonds consists of photocopied records of Franz Deggendorfer, originally dating 1894 to 1916, of certificates, agreements, a notebook, a report by Franz regarding water works for Edmonton, correspondence and telegrams, primarily concerning to sale of some land in Edmonton, an interim homestead receipt, and an architectural plan and negative copies of plans for the St. Albert Cathedral.

            Deggendorfer, Franz
            PR2546 · Fonds · 1909 - 1921

            The fonds consists of images related to D.C Cranston's life in Alberta and features images of the staging area of Burnsites on their way to Beaverlodge, Alberta, Athabasca Landing, a wagon overturned on the trail, cutting wood, the S.S. Northern Light on Lessler Slave Lake, a wagon boarding the ferry at the Peace River Crossing, the first home of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Smith, the first post office at Lake Saskatoon, the second annual sports day at Lake Saskatoon, the first wedding in Beaverlodge, the Beaverlodge baseball team, a log cabin, Ralph Carrel and Jake Glesnet at Grande Prairie.

            The fonds also comprises photographs related to Maud Clifford including images featuring the first church at Spirit River, the Anglican mission house at Spirit River, the Hudson's Bay Company post at Dunvegan, the Roman Catholic Church at Bear Creek, and the home of Rev. Alexander Forbes at Flying Shot Lake.

            The fonds also includes photographs featuring the Beaverlodge Experimental Farm including photographs featuring the experimental; and images featuring the Beaverlodge region including images featuring a picnic day, picking currents, binding grain, the first automobile to reach Grande Prairie from Edmonton over the Edson Trail, a cutter constructer on the front bob of a sleigh, and sunflowers. The photographs date from 1909 to 1921.

            Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Station (Beaverlodge, Alta.)
            Brian Edwards fonds
            PR2560 · Fonds · Copied 1968

            The fonds consists of photographs of the St. Jean Baptiste Church at Morrinville dating from 1908 to the 1960s. The photographs feature the interior and exterior of the church as well as the physical deterioration of the building over the years.

            Edwards, Brian
            Ed Shanuel fonds
            PR2789 · Fonds · [ca. 1875] - 1937

            The fonds consists of photographs acquired by Ed Shanuel dating from circa 1875 to 1937 featuring portraits of unidentified individuals, "Old Trapper Bill", cars, Standard Oil Gas Station, New York, a horse team, a trapper, a horse and buggy, dwellings, threshing wheat, haying, children riding bicycles, the interior of a Catholic Church, a wedding portrait, "George and Annie", stringed instruments, and a coronation souvenir.

            Shanuel, Ed
            PR3991 · Collection · 1930, 1951

            The collection consists of a portrait of Father Beek of St. Patrick's Church, Lethbridge, and two photographs showing the demolition of the church.

            Unknown donor