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Archival description
Mary Mooney fonds
PR0204 · Fonds · [ca. 1920]-1959

Fonds consists of some of Mooney’s personal papers including a large number of photographs, correspondence and other records pertaining to her father J.J. Bowlen.

Mooney, Mary
Dan Campbell fonds
PR1533 · Fonds · 1932-1949

The fonds consists of photographs and negatives that depict various people, views, aerial views, buildings, and events in Alberta, as well as includes an index compiled by Dan Campbell. The fonds also includes photographs of Lieutenant-Governor John J. Bowlen, Premier William Aberhart, a scenic view around Banff, Alberta by Ernest Brown, and two of the Cascade River.

Campbell, Dan E.C.
Fonds · 1906-1994, predominant 1937-1994

The fonds consists of records related to the constitutional and ceremonial duties performed by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. The records include correspondence with the Premier, the Secretary of State of Canada, other lieutenant governors; documents related to swearing-in ceremonies for cabinet members; throne speeches; and documents related to the installation of Lieutenant Governors. The records also include correspondence, photographs, Christmas cards, invitations, minutes of meetings, Government House guest registers, and other records related to royal visits, tours, centennials and other commemorative events, levees at Government House, organizations of which the Lieutenant Governor served as patron, the presentation of coronation and other medals, liaison activities with honorary consuls, and the operations of the Alberta Order of Excellence program. The fonds also includes biographical sketches, journals, and personal correspondence of some Lieutenant Governors.

The fonds includes the records from the terms of all Lieutenant Governors of Alberta, namely G.H.V. Bulyea, R.G. Brett, William Egbert, William Walsh, P.C.H. Primrose, John C. Bowen, J.J. Bowlen, J. Percy Page, Grant MacEwan, Ralph Steinhauer, Frank Lynch-Staunton, Helen Hunley, and Gordon Towers.

With most of the records dating from Bowen's term onward, the pre-1937 records are largely represented by a correspondence record book (1906-1917), a file of correspondence regarding ministerial resignations (1909-1917), and the Government House guest registers (1914-1936).

Alberta. Lieutenant Governor