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Schools sub-series
PR0003.004SF.0003.0001 · Sub-series · 1939-1990
Parte de Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

The sub-series relates to the administration of various schools in the Grouard area. The records include administrative material of the Indian Residential School (IRS) in Assumption, and Sturgeon Lake, Alberta, and consists of Codex historicus, correspondence, pay lists, quarterly reports, earned allowance forms, cashbooks, and photographs. There are also plans for the Falher College. In addition, there are brochures, press clippings, studies, and school debates for École Héritage in Jean-Côté, Alberta and records for the Holy Family separate school located in Peace River, Alberta.

Residential School Records: Assumption
Serie · 1959-1968

This series includes government records relevant to the residential schools in Dene Tha’ Hay Lake Reserve. It includes records about the operations of the Assumption School in the Dene Tha’ Hay Lake Reserve.

M.J.C. Levason fonds
PR0464 · Fondo · Copied 1986

The fonds consists of images taken by M.J.C. Levason, an amateur photographer, originally dating ca. 1917-1922 and 1925-1928, from St. Peter’s Mission, Lesser Slave Lake, St. Andrew’s Mission, Whitefish Lake, and St. Andrew’s Mission, Lake Saskatoon, and include images of Levason and his family, local aboriginal residents, children, picnics, houses, home interiors such as parlors and kitchens, Christmas decorations, toys and dolls, church exteriors and interiors, Hudson’s Bay Company buildings, stores and buildings, streets, boats, lakes, teepees, tents, canoes, dogsleds, automobiles, turkeys, and activities such as ice cutting, sewing, and sawing.

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John Davids fonds
PR1808 · Fondo · 1940-[198-]

The fonds consists of the records of John Davids, pilot and amateur photographer, and primarily includes images reflecting his flying experiences in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories; the images record the life and activities of a bush pilot for three decades, with an emphasis on aerial photography of geographical features, communities (where very few photographs were ever taken) and the oil industry in the field, which is well documented because of John's involvement with Canadian Gulf Oil flight crews. The fonds also includes John Davids' pilot's log books, pilot's licenses, a souvenir edition program commemorating the official opening of a new terminal at the Edmonton Municipal Airport, a certificate for his lifetime membership in the Edmonton Quarter Century in Aviation Club, correspondence, a copy of "Dominion Explorers Limited" (recollections of Stanley R. McMillan written by John Davids), a copy of John's article "A Bit About the Bush Era" and a biography of John Davids. The fonds also includes photographs and records created during Davids' time in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War.

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