Farmers

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          Albert Bishop fonds
          PR3264 · Fonds · 1907-1990, predominant 1922-1975

          The fonds is comprised of textual records collected and created by Albert Bishop during his time with the United Farmers of Alberta (UFA) and Alberta Farmers' Union. The records include correspondence, minute and cash books, bylaws, a copy of the constitution, membership lists, and other administrative records.

          These records were collected and created while Bishop was with the UFA but some were created during his personal life and work. Some UFA records that he collected were created well before his time with the UFA, such as a donation register. Personal records from Bishop are mixed with the records that were collected or retained from the UFA.

          Bishop, Albert
          Gerald Schuler fonds
          PR1145 · Fonds · 1918-1952

          The fonds consists of two photographs, one of the 1918 United Farmers of Alberta annual convention, and one of the 1952 Farm Women’s Union of Alberta annual convention.

          Schuler, Gerald
          W. C. McKillican fonds
          PR1845 · Fonds · 1908-1989

          The fonds consists of a transcribed copy of “A Description of the Land and Life: Edmonton to Peace River, 1908,” transcription prepared by William C. McKillican’s for his mother of his journal kept during his and Horace A. Craig’s May 19 to June 22, 1908 journey from Calgary to Edmonton and then onto Peace River, to hold agricultural meetings/information sessions for an unidentified institute at various locations. McKillican’s account refers to the quality of the land and its agricultural potential, the flora and the fauna, settlements they passed through, as well as individuals they met along the way, including surveyors J.B. St. Cyr and (J.L.?) Coté, and Members of the Legislative Assembly T.A Brick and W.F. Bredin. The fonds also includes photographs relating to the journey, including images of the boat “Midnight Sun,” wagons and horses, the Athabasca and Peace Rivers, tents, a homesteader and a moose calf, as well as photocopies of these images and others from a photograph album.

          McKillican, W. C.