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            Catherine Mardon series
            PR3789.0004 · Series · 2007-2016
            Part of Mardon family fonds

            This series consist of material from the Catholic Women’s League, speeches, published works, and correspondence created or collected by Catherine Mardon.

            Mardon, Catherine
            PR1179 · Fonds · 1915-2011

            The fonds consists of a constitution, minutes, financial records, reports, membership lists, correspondence, subject files, programs, brochures, biographies, newspapers clippings and photographs.

            Catholic Women's League. Edmonton Diocesan Council
            PR1257 · Fonds · 1919-1942

            The fonds consists of the records of the Association des Anciens Élèves du Collège des Jésuites d’Edmonton, and includes correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters, lists of alumni, registration forms, financial records, programs, plays, newspaper clippings and photographs of members and baseball teams.

            Association des Anciens Elèves du Collège des Jésuites d'Edmonton
            Jacques Baril fonds
            PR1924 · Fonds · 1906-1939

            The fonds consists of photos and post cards of various Edmonton and Alberta based associations as well as correspondence from the Chevaliers de Colombe (Knights of Columbus).

            Baril, Jacques
            PR0004 · Fonds · 1898–2012

            The fonds is composed of records related to the activities of the Knights of Columbus in general, but more specifically of the Alberta and Northwest Territories State Council and its constituent local councils. Included are meeting minutes, financial records, programs and historical materials in multiple mediums. The fonds is organized in series and subseries as follows:

            • Northern Alberta / Northwest Territories Chapter series with sub-series for Districts 1 through 7;
            • Edmonton Chapter series with subseries for Districts 8 through 16;
            • Central Alberta Chapter series with sub-series for Districts 17 through 21;
            • Calgary Chapter series with sub-series for Districts 22 through 30;
            • Southern Alberta Chapter series with sub-series for Districts 31 through 35;
            • Fourth Degree Assemblies series;
            • Squire Circles series.
            Knights of Columbus. Alberta and Northwest Territories State Council
            PR3725 · Fonds · 1931-2012

            The fonds consists of administrative records of the Dames de Sainte-Anne and the Mouvement des femmes chrétiennes – Legal, including by-laws, incorporation records, returns, minutes, financial records, correspondence, guidelines. The digital material consists of genealogical and historical research on local families used to write a book on Legal, Waugh and Vimy. It also includes records related to the Mouvement des femmes chrétiennes at the national level.

            Mouvement des femmes chretiennes
            PR0003.002SF.0006 · Series · 1880-1990
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of photographs, negatives, slides and transparencies of various subjects taken in or related to the communities of Canada in the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan. The images were created or collected by the Oblates in the course of their administrative work or personal lives, and the records often reflect their secular interests. The breadth of the subject matter is immense and unique and documents many aspects of western and northern Canada and its peoples. Subjects may include Oblates and religious actors in the various communities, missions, as well as religious events and activities.

            The images show communities and activities and include local landscapes, indigenous camps, missions, waterways, fauna, fishing, churches and buildings, indigenous people and families, transportation, hunting, fur trade, trapping, colleges and schools, Indian Residential Schools and students, museums, sports, industries and farming. There are also visiting cards, stereograph cards, school albums and scrapbooks.

            The subjects also focus specifically on the various communities the Oblates served in the geographic area of Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, the Northwest Territories, Yukon, as well as France, Italy, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam.

            PR0003.002SF.0001 · Series · 1842-1990
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This series consists of records that document the management functions of the Oblate in the course of their work performed by the Provincial Administration throughout the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan. 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.

            PR0003.003SF.0001 · Series · 1855-1990
            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 the Vice-Province of Mackenzie. 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.

            PR0003.003SF.0001.0005 · Sub-series · 1931-1989
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series consists of administrative records acquired by the Vicar of Missions / Vice-Provincial of Mackenzie, in dealing with administrators of local community organizations. The records in this sub-series consist of records of various local museums and organizations, including the Northern Life Museum located in Fort Smith, N.W.T.

            PR0003.002SF.0001.0006 · Sub-series · 1842-1990
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series consists of administrative records of the Provincial of the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan, in dealings with bishops, vicars and communities of religious women, those administrators of dioceses, archdioceses, vicariates and other bodies. The records in this sub-series consist of correspondence, circulars and memoranda on spiritual and theological issues, business matters and concerns in the communities related to education, finances and individuals.

            The topics of the records vary according to the bodies involved, but specifically, the records deal with some common themes, including administrative concerns and pastoral duties, diocesan and ecclesiastical affairs, the administration of the missions, residential schools and the parishes, conflicts between Anglophones and Francophones, as well as the day to day administrative work of these bodies and their interactions with the Oblates.

            PR0003.0001.0005 · Sub-series · 1951-2016
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            This sub-series consists of administrative records of the Provincial of OMI Lacombe Canada, in dealing with administrators of dioceses, archdioceses, vicariates and other bodies. The records in this sub-series consist of correspondence and memoranda with numerous dioceses and secular organizations, as well as loan agreements or contracts with the Musée Héritage, Provincial Museum of Alberta (PMA), Mackenzie Diocese, and the Sisters of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. There are inventory lists of returned, transferred and/or appraised artifacts from the Faculté St-Jean, Royal Alberta Museum (RAM), Inuit people, Fort Smith Northern Life Museum, Centre Vital Grandin, St. Paul’s Province and St. Mary’s Province. Furthermore, there are requests from the RAM and publications such as the Museletter from Musée Héritage, brochures, training sessions, year-end reports, proposals, thank you letters, and school tour correspondence from the St. Albert tour guides as well as storyline texts, cataloguing procedures for historical items, proposals from the Centre Vital Grandin. The records also contain historical notes about St. Joseph’s Basilica, St. Albert’s 100th and its 125th anniversary, St. Albert Parish, Lac La Biche and its 75th anniversary, and the Mackenzie Diocese regarding ordination liturgies, reflections, articles, newsletters, and Polish oblates.