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            PR4035 · Fonds · 1950-2005

            The fonds consists of the bulk of the Cunningham Photographers photographic holdings and include wedding portraiture, commercial photographs, scenic photographs, 1959 Royal Tour photographs, personal photographs, and event photographs.

            The wedding and family portraiture, including formal portraits and candid images, represent the largest portion of the images. The subjects and dates are all identified and span several decades. Commercial photographs for such businesses and Hudson’s Bay Company and many Alberta-based companies including manufacturers, retailers, energy companies, and others are also present and include images intended for advertising, personnel, sites, and interiors. Many events such as parades, banquets, and festivals are also represented in the fonds.

            Scenic photographs of locations around Alberta such as Banff and Jasper National Parks are sampled, as are personal and family photographs.

            The textual records consist of indexes to the photographs and negatives, arranged by portraits, weddings, commercial, and events.

            Cunningham Photographers
            D'Arcy McLeod fonds
            PR1961 · Fonds · [1938 - 1946]

            The fonds consists of primarily of aerial images of Edmonton taken by D'Arcy McLeod (with two taken by the United States Air Force), and includes images of the construction of the Hudson's Bay Company building on Jasper Avenue, the Macdonald Hotel, the Legislative buildings, other Edmonton buildings, the river valley, airplanes and a Victory in Europe (V.E.) Day parade.

            McLeod, D'Arcy
            Florence Northern fonds
            PR2701 · Fonds · [ca. 1966]

            The fonds reflects Florence Northern's employment with the Hudson's Bay Company and consists of a reproduction of a drawing of the wrought iron gates of the Hudson's Bay Building in London, England. The author of the drawing is unknown as well as the author of the reproduction. The fonds also includes a copy of an article published in the Bideford and North Devon Weekly Gazette in 1967 related to the Hudson's Bay Company ship the "Nonsuch".

            Northern, Florence
            Mildred Grace Atwell fonds
            PR2542 · Fonds · 1905 - 1967

            The fonds consists of materials pertaining to Mildred Atwell's family history including a family history written by her mother entitled "The Bee and Me: the Story of the Bowling Family" by Gladys Edith Muttart as well as clippings and photographs featuring articles on Mildred Atwell's grandparents.

            The fonds also includes a film capturing the destruction of the Hudson's Bay Company store on Jasper Avenue, Edmonton in 1938, and a copy of a letter from R.P. Cull to Dr. H.R. Wood regarding the development of Seba Beach, Alberta during the beginning of the 20th century dated 1944.

            Atwell, Mildred Grace
            PR1040 · Collection · Copied 1974

            Collection consists of copied photographs dated 1883-1917 that depict various people, buildings, and views in Pincher Creek, Alberta including a sawmill, Hotel Arlington, the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) store interior, a hockey rink, street views, log buildings, horses, carts, the Union Bank of Canada, agricultural machinery, branding cattle, houses, Allison’s Store, the Lynch Brothers Livery, and the railroad.

            Pincher Creek and District Historical Society