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          PR4046 · Fonds · 1952-2006

          The fonds consists of EDSDA bylaws and founding documents, correspondence, committee and annual reports, financial statements, executive minutes, reports, dance directories, dance manuals, and meeting minutes. There are also photo albums documenting various dances and events, including the 40th anniversary of the EDSDA in 1993, a 1954 Edmonton square dance, district dances, member portraits, and some albums devoted to specific square dance clubs, including the Linseeds Square Dance Club and the Parkallen Buttons and Bows.

          There are also club histories and records related to other clubs from across the region, including the Kensington Strollers, the Golden Slippers Square Dance Club, the Athabasca Whispering Hill Squares, the Seba Swingers Club, the Alberta Rhythm Cloggers, Red’s Rounders Dance Club, the Leduc Happy Homesteaders Square Dance Club, the Swinging Lamplighters, the 2x4s, the Saints and Sinners, the Swinging Stars, the Edmonton Singles Square Dance Club, the Dance-A-Lots, the Promenaders, and the Double Diamonds.

          Edmonton and District Square Dance Association
          Emery and Jamieson fonds
          PR1224 · Fonds · 1897-1972

          Fonds consists of records pertaining to the formation and incorporation of the Glenora Skating and Tennis Club and the formation and incorporation of the Glenora Club, including amalgamation with Glenora Skating and Tennis Club, Royal Curling Club and Braemar Club and the subsequent transfers of membership, as well as various legal issue pertaining to the operations of the Royal Glenora Club. Fonds also contains records pertaining to various legal matters concerning the lumber merchant companies of Walter and Humberstone Limited and John Walter Limited of Edmonton and Strathcona, Alberta, and to legal matters concerning the tenancy and operation of the Heiminck Building in Edmonton, Alberta, owned by Isabella Heiminck. Fond contains correspondence, homestead and other land ownership records, leases, insurance policies, agreements, receipts, mortgages, tax receipts, minutes, shareholder lists, shares, timber berth records, financial records, notes, memorandum, annual reports, newspaper clippings, utility bills, and maps depicting subdivisions of Edmonton and Strathcona, Alberta. Fonds has been arranged into the following series: Royal Glenora Club (1955-1972); John Walter Limited (1897-1917); Heiminck Building (1901-1934).

          Emery and Jamieson
          PR3746 · Fonds · 1956-2011

          The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, financial records, reports, textual educational material, rules on speech contest, and photos of events. Also included are VHS tapes and audiocassette tapes used as educational material for speech presentation and club flags used during events. Other textual records include publications from the international organization, such as yearly ITC Communicator Magazines. The club received these magazines through their incorporation into the International Toastmistress Club.

          Meadowlark International Training in Communication Club