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              10 Archival description results for Cold Lake, AB

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              PR0015 · Fonds · 1912-2012

              The fonds consists of records from national, provincial, regional and local levels. A large extent of the fonds consists of administrative and financial papers, minutes, correspondence and publications pertaining to the ACFA and organizations with close associations to the ACFA.
              Included in the fonds are thirteen sous-fonds. These sous-fonds are related to the regional offices of the ACFA, including: Bonnyville/Cold Lake, Calgary/Banff, Centralta, Red Deer, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Jasper, Plamondon/Lac-la-Biche, Rivière-la-Paix, Saint-Paul, Wood Buffalo, Lethbridge/Medicine Hat, and Provisoires et general.
              The fonds is divided into sixteen series, including: Administration, Comptabilité, Commission culturelle, Éducation, Information/Politique, Développement communautaire, Procès-verbaux, Autres organismes, Histoire, Comités, Correspondance, Mémoires/Études/Rapports, Activités, Circulaires et Publications, Sessions/Stages/Colloques/Projets, and Cause judiciaire. The administration series is divided into five sub-series, including : Membres, Exécutif, Conseils généraux, Bureau des presidents, and Personnel. The procès-verbaux series is divided into three sub-series, including : Congrès/Assemblés générales annuelles, Réunions, and Rond Point. The Autres organismes series has been divided into two sub-series, including : Interieur de l’Alberta and Extérieur de l’Alberta. The histoire series has one sub-series, Personnalités.

              L'Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta
              PR3920 · Collection · 1972

              The collection consists of photographs and negatives depicting a parade and ice sculptures at Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake in 1972.

              Unknown donor
              Elise Déry fonds
              PR2023 · Fonds · 1934-1996

              The fonds consists of photos concerning the Déry family in the Cold Lake and La Corey area and records of the St. Albert francophone parish.

              Déry, Elise
              Emma Elwood fonds
              PR1364 · Fonds · [ca. 1880]-1966

              The fonds consists of cards, correspondence and postcards, report cards, church bulletins, newspaper clippings, two photograph albums, one with 35 photographs from Emma’s childhood including her school and schoolmates and the other with eight tinted, mechanically produced photographic reproductions of the mountains and nine photographs of a church and unidentified people, and photographs of family and friends, various locations in Alberta, the John Neil Hospital in Cold Lake, Alberta, the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Grand Centre, Alberta, scouting and camping.

              Elwood, Emma
              PR1078 · Fonds · 1973-1987

              The fonds consists of records tracing the life of the Federation from 1975 to its dissolution in 1987. Included is material from the Section Régionale Jean-Patoine d'Edmonton and the Section Sainte-Anne d'Edmonton. The record are composed of correspondence, minutes, reports, financial statements, agendas, president biographies, conference information, newspaper clippings, biographies of Alberta francophone women, the national newsletter Femmes D'Action and copies of grant applications. It includes some minutes and reports from the branches of Lac Froid and Saint-Isidore, as well as material pertaining to the national-level organization.

              Fédération des femmes canadiennes-françaises, régionale d'Alberta
              Hill family fonds
              PR1051 · Fonds · [1911]-1950

              The fonds consists of oil paintings by George E. Hill of unidentified women and African wildlife; photographs and photographic postcards of friends and family, homes, stores, cars, horses and carts, lakes and rivers, churches, and views of Cold Lake; correspondence; photocopied news clippings; sheet music copied by Roma Hill with a cover by George Hill, and published sheet music.

              Hill family
              Laverne Clark fonds
              PR1667 · Fonds · Copied 1986

              The fonds consists of two images of snowplanes.

              Clark, Laverne
              PR2702 · Fonds · 1920 - 1996

              The fonds consists of school registers of the Northern Lights School Division No. 69 including the following school districts:

              • Anshaw #4695: 29-61-6-W4, 1935 - 1960
              • Ardmore #3464 (Beaver River): 1-62-4-W4, 1917 - ?
              • Athabasca #3839 (Athabasca Landing): 17-66-22-W4, 1902 - ?
              • Augustine #4828: 8-61-3-W4, 1938 - ?
              • Balm Tree #4825 (Lessard): 29-62-5-W4, 1938 - ?
              • Beacon #3013 (Nova Bukovina): 16-60-8-W4, 1913 - 1950
              • Bear Trap #4638: 21-60-4-W4, 1934 - ?
              • Beaver Crossing #3882: 23-63-2-W4, 1919 - ?
              • Beaver River #2846:16-62-19-W4, 1912 - ?
              • Berg #3675: 15-62-5-W4, 1918 - ?
              • Biggin Hill #5029 (Medley): 4-63-2-W4, 1954 - ?
              • Bonnyville #2665 (Philorum): 18-61-5-W4, 1912 - ?
              • Boucher #3595: NW 13-60-25-W4, 1916 - ?
              • Caslan #4780: _ - 79-1-W6, 1952 - ?
              • Charlotte #4877: 28-62-4-W4, 1940 - ?
              • Cherry Spring #4615: 15-62-1-W4, 1933 - ?
              • Chicken Lake #4018: 26-59-8-W4, 1921 - 1952
              • Churchvelt (Iron River) #4907: 16-63-6-W4, 1943 - ?
              • Cold Lake #3307: 13-63-2-W4, 1915 - ?
              • Columbine #3901: SW 34-61-8-W4, 1920 - 1950
              • Dirleton #4325: 10-61-4-W4, 1927 - ?
              • Dr. Swift : ?
              • Duclos (Protestant Separate School District) Dupres #4498: 8-62-6-W4, 1930 - ?
              • Durlingville #2664: 30-61-4-W4, 1912 - 1940
              • Ecole Francophone: ?
              • Edward Lake #4009: 14-62-4-W4, 1921 - ?
              • Elizabeth #4886: 28-60-1-W4, 1940 - 1980
              • Engels #4876: 5-63-4-W4, 1940 - ?
              • Ethel Lake #4712: 10-64-3-W4, 1935 - ?
              • Forest Stream #4613 (Society): 14-64- 7-W4, 1933 - ?
              • Fort Kent #2664 (Durlingville): 30-61-4-W4, 1912 - ?
              • Gifford #4011: SE 35-60-8-W4, 1921 - ?
              • Glendon #2935: 5-61-8-W4, 1913 - ?
              • Goodridge #4583: NW 18-62-9-W4, 1932 - ?
              • Grand Centre #643: SW 3-31-1-W5, 1901 - ?
              • Harold Lake #4783 (Harold Lake): 25-63-5-W4, 1937 - ?
              • Heb: ?
              • Holyoke #4654: 31-59-4-W4, 1934 - ?
              • Hoselaw #4212: 35-59-7-W4, 1925 - ?
              • Iron River #4155 (Churchvelt): 11-63-7-W4, 1922 - ?
              • Jolly #4108: 11-63-5-W4, 1922 - ?
              • Kehiwin Lake #4716: NE 4-59-7-W4, 1936 - ?
              • Kikino #4866: 8-63-14-W4, 1939 - ?
              • Lac La Biche #3305: 16-67-14-W4, 1915 - ?
              • La Corey #4425: 7-63-5-W4, 1929 - ?
              • Lakeland Public: ?
              • Larkin #4532: NE 3-63-9-W4, 1930 - 1954
              • Le Goff #4589 (Warsaw, Engles): 19-62-3-W4, 1932 - ?
              • Lepage #4456: 6-62-5-W4, 1929 - ?
              • Little Bear Creek #4476 (Poirier): 21-63-2-W4, 1930 - ?
              • Little Long Lake #4538: 3-63-1-W4, 1932 - ?
              • Maloy #3899: SE 18-62-8-W4, 1920 - ?
              • Medley #5029 (Biggin Hill): 4-63-2-W4, 1954 - ?
              • Merton #3542: 16-62-6-W4, 1917 - ?
              • Moose Lake #4421: 25-61-7-W4, 1929 - ?
              • Muriel Creek #4481: 32-61-3-W4, 1929 - ?
              • Nelson Heights: ?
              • Osborne Lake #4723: 36-63-7-W4, 1936 - ?
              • Palm #4014: 36-60-5-W4, 1921 - ?
              • Pinecrest #4742: 16-62-7-W4, 1936 - ?
              • Plamondon #2696: 2-68-16-W4, 1912 - ?
              • Poirier #4476 (Little Bear Creek): 21-63-2-W4, 1930 - ?
              • Rangeland #4616: 18-61-1-W4, 1933 - 1957
              • Reita Lake #4881: 3-60-3-W4, 1940 - ?
              • Rife #3348: 8-60-7-W4, 1916 - ?
              • Riverhurst #4492: 23-63-3-W4, 1930 - ?
              • Sandy Rapids #4612: 24-63- 8-W4, 1933- ?
              • Still Water #4493 (Peaceful): 25-60-3-W4, 1930 - ?
              • Therien #2419: SE 28-60-9-W4, 1910 - 1949
              • Truman #4928: 19-63-8-W4, 1945 - ?
              • Vocation: ?
              • Wendell #4920: 29-63-7-W4, 1945 - ?
              • White Rat #4944: 8-63-9-W4, 1939 - 1959
              • Willow Trail #4675: 34-64-6-W4, 1935 - ?, and
              • Woodbine #4584: 28-61-1-W4, 1932 - 1951.
              Northern Lights School Division No. 69
              Reg Williamson fonds
              PR3796 · Fonds · 1880-2011

              The fonds consists of certificates and awards related to Reg Williamson’s education, service, career, and organizations of which he was a member. There are also identification cards, a eulogy, resume, biography, and photographs of family, friends, work, and graduations.

              Williamson, Reg
              Thompson family fonds
              PR1122 · Fonds · [187-?]-1971, predominant [187-?]-1915

              Fond consists of the personal records of the Thompson family and includes an Alberta College calendar, correspondence, a tax notice, certificate of naturalization, a pictorial booklet of Aberdeen, Scotland, a dance card, newspaper clippings of poems, an article about the Kleskun Ranch Limited, and two postcard albums containing mechanically and photographically produced postcards. Fonds also includes tintypes and photographs depicting Thompson family members and friends, as well as various people, buildings and views in Kingman, Cold Lake, Camrose, and Wetaskiwin, Alberta, including, automobiles, hunting parties, agricultural machinery and scenes, buildings, barns, houses, street views, women, and an army band, students of Pretty Hill School District No. 1422, Arlington Hotel, and Thompson General Store.

              Thompson family