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              PR3165 · Fonds · 1950 - 1972

              The fonds consists of material created by the Edmonton Regional Metropolitan Planning Commission including site plans created by the Commission in 1966 for the communities of Alcomdale and Mearns, Ardrossan, Glenevis, Magnola, Gunn, Kaunagh, Looma, Namoa, Nisku, Riviere Qui-Barre, Rochford Bridge, Rollyview, Sherwood Park, Sunnybrook, Tomahawk, Telfordville, Villeneuve, Calmar, Devon, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, Mayerthrope, Morinville, Stony Plain, Bon Accord, Breton, Entwistle, Gibbons, Legal, New Sarepta, Onaway, Sanguido, Thorsby, Spruce Grove, and Warburg; a map created by the Commission in 1964 displaying Edmonton and Environs; and a 1972 report created by the Commission entitled "Report of Market Areas and Service Centres Edmonton Regional Planning Commission Area."

              Edmonton Metropolitan Regional Planning Commission
              Elsie Harris fonds
              PR1804 · Fonds · 1945-[1946?]

              The fonds consists of advertising bills for the Birtle’s traveling picture show; new motion pictures, chosen by Elsie, arrived weekly from Sovereign Films and were shown in a circuit from Piers and/or Drayton Valley on Saturday nights, then Wildwood, Seba Beach, Carrot Creek, Tomahawk, Magnolia, Gainford and Evansburg or Entwistle. The screenings were held in the local halls and were usually followed by a dance (except on Sundays).

              Harris, Elsie
              Murray family fonds
              PR3413 · Fonds · 1892-[197?]

              The fonds consists of black and white photographs of members of the Murray family, their farm, the Leduc area, a logging camp in Entwistle, and a camp in Wildwood; photo postcards, mostly of the Edmonton area, some colour, some black and white, dating c. 1910-1930 some of which contain correspondence sent to Ellen Murray from her daughter Mary in Edmonton, and what may be a promotional postcard booklet; correspondence relating to John Murray's involvement in the creation of the West Union Public School District, No. 753, in 1902; and materials relating to John and Ellen Murray including their marriage certificate, 1889, letters from John to Ellen when he was in Vancouver, 1892-1893, a Dominion Lands Tax Receipt for their homestead in the Leduc area, 1899, a letter to John and Ellen from her [sister] S. Tripp in 1912, a receipt for John's tombstone, 1920, a tax notice for the Leduc property from 1938, and other ephemera.

              Murray family