Collection PR4280 - Eastglen High School Collection

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Eastglen High School Collection

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    PR4280

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    • 1978 (Creation)

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    0.01 m of textual records. -- 1 commemorative coin.

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    (1954-)

    Administrative history

    Eastglen Composite High School is located on the eastern side of the Bellevue neighbourhood in Edmonton. For the first phase, the school was designed by the architects, Rule Wynn and Rule, and construction was led by the general contractors, Christensen and MacDonald. Construction of the school began in 1952, the date stone was laid in 1953, and it was officially opened in 1954. However, the first students began on March 15, 1952, transferring from Eastwood.

    When Eastglen opened in 1954, it was the second largest composite high school in Edmonton (after Victoria Composite). An addition with twelve rooms was completed in 1956, with Rule Wynn and Rule as architects and Poole Construction as general contractor. As of 2023, the school is known as Eastglen High School.

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    The fonds is composed of records which commemorate and describe the planning of the 25th anniversary of Eastglen High School. The textual records include a 25th anniversary school newspaper, correspondence between the board, a floor plan of the school, and a banquet program.

    The fonds also contains a commemorative coin minted by the Alberta Mint for the 25th anniversary. This coin is contained within a carboard anniversary sleeve which mentions changes since the school first opened.

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    Franklin Loehde donated the records to the Provincial Archives of Alberta. Loehde was the Chairman of the 25th Anniversary Committee of Eastglen Composite High School.

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        Material is in English.

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        Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Includes the following accession: PR1979.0007

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        Administrative history is based on information found on the Edmonton Maps Heritage website, accessed December 19, 2023: https://www.edmontonmapsheritage.ca/location/eastglen-composite-high-school-1953/

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