Fur trade

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          22 Archival description results for Fur trade

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          Arthur Balmer Watt fonds
          PR2868 · Fonds · [ca.1905]

          The fonds consists of 5 photographs featuring images of the fur trade and transportation in Northern Alberta dating from ca. 1905.

          Watt, Arthur Balmer
          Barry Gough fonds
          PR0495 · Fonds · 1982

          The fonds consists of Barry’s Gough’s biographical research for his Peter Pond entry in The Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume IV and related correspondence.

          Gough, Barry
          Charles McLaughlin fonds
          PR3079 · Fonds · Copied 1970

          The fonds consists of 113 photographs originating from Charles McLaughlin's family photograph albums circa 1911 to 1957. The fonds features images of plowing, the Athabasca River, Jarvis Creek, the McLaughlin home, deer, a hunting party, pack horses, the McLeod River, mountain goats, caribou, cars, Peace Country, scows, canoes, Athabasca, First Nations peoples, Grouard, Sawridge, the Hart River, the Revillon Brothers' Store, and missionary sites.

          McLaughlin, Charles E.
          Colin Fraser fonds
          PR0770 · Fonds · 1893-1896

          Fonds consists of daily journals listing trade transactions between Colin Fraser and various individuals.

          Fraser, Colin
          PR3031 · Collection · [ca. 1968]

          The collection consists of an archival inventory of the David Thompson journals held at the Archives of Ontario and exploratory notes on the inventory prepared by the Archives of Ontario circa 1968.

          Thompson, David
          Ed Shanuel fonds
          PR2789 · Fonds · [ca. 1875] - 1937

          The fonds consists of photographs acquired by Ed Shanuel dating from circa 1875 to 1937 featuring portraits of unidentified individuals, "Old Trapper Bill", cars, Standard Oil Gas Station, New York, a horse team, a trapper, a horse and buggy, dwellings, threshing wheat, haying, children riding bicycles, the interior of a Catholic Church, a wedding portrait, "George and Annie", stringed instruments, and a coronation souvenir.

          Shanuel, Ed
          PR1622 · Fonds · 1916-1952

          The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association and includes minutes, financial records and correspondence.

          Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association
          Fraser family fonds
          PR0155 · Fonds · 1861-1971

          Fonds consists of business and personal records of the Fraser family including financial records, correspondence, photographs, photograph albums, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, postcards, books and a map. The fonds has been divided into the following series: Henry Fraser records; Robert Fraser records; and Tommy Fraser records.

          The records include correspondence and study reports relevant to scrip and the broader Department of Indian Affairs. Scrapbooks compiled by Emilie Fraser contain multiple images from the Treaty 7 commemorations in 1977 and the royal visit.

          Fraser family
          PR1805 · Fonds · 1903-2014

          The fonds consists of the business records of Halford Hide and Fur Company, Limited, Halford Holdings Limited, and Halford Warehousing Company, Limited and includes agreements, share certificates, minutes, resolutions, correspondence, insurance policies, reports, sales records, financial records and statements, staffing records, and stock books, which date back to when T.H. Halford began with A. Carruthers and Company Limited in Winnipeg. The fonds also includes images of the Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association, the A. Carruthers and Company store, and photographs depicting images of the workers, stores, furs, and the Halford processing plant. The images are primarily from a booklet created by J.D. Puckrin and an album of photographs taken by Ron Carlson.

          Halford Holdings Limited
          J. G. Nelson fonds
          PR3967 · Fonds · 1973, 1981

          The fonds contains a manuscript for The Last Refuge by J.G. Nelson. The text is composed mainly of a historical study of Indigenous peoples in the Cypress Hills area of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. The manuscript discusses history and settler activity in the area from 1690 onwards, and includes topics such as the Bow River Expedition, the fur trade, the decline of bison and beaver, NWMP and traders, and Fort Whoop Up. It includes text, maps, graphs and tables, and references to photographs and illustrations by Russell, Rindisbacher, Point, Remington, Ewers, Dawson, Hoffman, Audubon, and Wallace. The Last Refuge was first published in 1973.

          In addition, the PAA holds two paper copies of the manuscript.

          Nelson, James Gordon
          John Milne fonds
          PR0840 · Fonds · 1922-1955

          Fonds consists of records relating to John Milne’s employment with the Hudson’s Bay Company and includes, correspondence, staff contracts, memorandum, fur purchasing tariff lists, aircraft insurance declarations, permits, fur trade conference programmes, newspaper clippings, an HBC post household manual, and maps depicting the highways of Alberta and transportation routes in the north Pacific. Fonds also includes records pertaining to John Milne’s personal life and includes a poem, membership certificates for the Masons, greeting cards, an issue of the British Columbia Provincial Police Journal, The Shoulder Strap, and nine photocopied photographs depicting boats, planes, and HBC posts. Fonds also includes photographs and negatives which depict various people, buildings, and views related John Milne’s employment with the Hudson’s Bay Company, including, Hudson’s Bay Company buildings and trading posts (both interior and exterior), rivers, mountains, wildlife, automobiles, log cabins, construction, the Alcan Highway, bridges, boats, airplanes, glaciers, First Nations camps, canoes and totem poles, trains, hunting, street-cars, buses, floods, street views, roads, houses, cairns, and sled dogs. Fonds also includes photographs of Milne family and friends, as well as some aerial photographs, hand-coloured photographs, and images from British Columbia and London, England. There are two series in this fonds: Hudson’s Bay Company records; Personal records.

          Milne, John
          Les Amis du Fléché fonds
          PR1527 · Fonds · 1977 - 1987

          The fonds consists of records related to the history of and instructions on weaving the belts, patterns for belts, minutes, membership lists, financial statements, grant applications, articles about the society, correspondence, newsletters, and incorporation records of Les amis du fléché society.

          La Société des Amis du Fléché
          Melvill family fonds
          PR0265 · Fonds · 1820-1957, predominant 1880-1926

          Fonds consists of records belonging to Cosmo Melvill and his sister Gwendolyn Brodie Hoare, including correspondence, photographs, postcards and reports. The majority of the records pertain to Cosmo Melvill and reflect his life in Canada and the time he spent in the First World War.

          Melvill family
          Minnie Phillipson fonds
          PR1018 · Fonds · 1918-1956

          Fonds consists of extra editions of the Evening Bulletin and Edmonton Journal newspapers of Edmonton, Alberta, dating 1918, and a menu for a banquet given in honour of Canadian Ambassador Max Wershof in Ottawa, Ontario in 1956. Fonds also includes photographs depicting members of the Edmonton Raw Fur Merchants Association

          Phillipson, Minnie
          Rowand family fonds
          PR2769 · Fonds · copied 1965

          The fonds consists of a photograph featuring Adelaide Rowand ca. 1857; a copy of typed transcription of a letter sent to Chief Factor of Hudson's Bay by John Rowand Sr. 1842; two photographs featuring Adelaide Harriott who married John Rowand Jr., eldest son of John Rowand Sr.; a photograph featuring Louise Rowand, great-granddaughter of John Rowand Sr; a photograph featuring Mrs. Jack Balsillie, neé Elizabeth Rowand, granddaughter of John Rowand Sr. The photographs included in the fonds are copies of original photographs dating from the 1880s. The fonds also includes explanatory notes written by Edna Cramer.

          Rowand family
          Spencer family fonds
          PR0184 · Fonds · Copied 1977

          Fonds consists of records from 1872 until 1942 that pertain to the Spencer family and to J.S. Spencer’s career with the Hudson’s Bay Company, including correspondence, financial records and photographs. While the majority of the records in this fonds have been copied and the originals returned to the donor, there are some original records present. Fonds has been divided into two series: Lily Spencer records and James Spencer records.

          Spencer family
          PR1220 · Fonds · 1903-1993

          Fonds consists of the operational and administrative records of the Sturgeon Lake Trading Post, which document its activities as a general store and fur trading post. The records span several decades and illustrate the importance of the fur trade to the inhabitants of rural Alberta. The fonds consists of a variety of records including ledgers, correspondence, photographs, and invoices.

          Sturgeon Lake Trading Post
          Timkiw, Warawa family fonds
          PR0208 · Fonds · 1930-1999

          Fonds consists of business correspondence and fur industry pamphlets, as well as materials collected for personal interest. Fonds consists of correspondence regarding fur sales, mailing tags, pamphlets, auction posters, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles.

          Timkiw, Warawa family
          Town of Athabasca fonds
          PR2844 · Fonds · 1898 - 1950

          The fonds consists of minutes, cashbooks receipts and disbursements, assessments and tax rolls, and tax enforcement returns of the Town of Athabasca dating from 1903 to 1950. The fonds also includes cash book receipts and disbursements for Athabasca School District No. 839 (17-66-22-W4, 1903) dating from 1944. In addition, the fonds contains 3 plans documenting the development of Athabasca Landing dating from 1898 to 1907.

          The fonds also includes photographs capturing images of Athabasca dating from the early part of the 20th century. Images include Hudson's Bay Company stores, football, hockey, curling, parades, caribou, scows, Stopping Creek Bridge, dog teams, threshing machines, paddle-wheelers, Canadian National Railways, military recruits, W.R. Day and his domesticated moose at the Edmonton Exhibition, fur trappers and traders, and panoramic views of Athabasca. The fonds also contains images of the following individuals: Tom Black, Colin Fraser, Mr. H. Mullins, Rayner Whitely, Father Desmarais, Robert Vance, Albert Alexander Greer, and Louis Menard.

          The fonds also includes materials related to the production of "The Athabasca Story", including an account of the history of Athabasca produced for the Town of Athabasca's Jubilee celebration, photographs, two film reels, and six audio reels.

          Town of Athabasca
          Victor Mercredi fonds
          PR3080 · Fonds · 1962

          The records consist of the 'Diary of Victor Mercredi: Fort Chip, 1962', re-typed in English.

          Mercredi, Victor