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Description archivistique
Mineral rights case file records
Série · 1881-1993

The series consists of files documenting land title searches regarding mineral rights. The searches determine the previous dispositions of mineral rights prior to issuing a new certificate of title. The files contain correspondence between the registrars and legal firms as well as documents related to searches, such as caveats, certificates of title, mineral certificates, land surveys and plans, and transfer of land documents. The files may also contain copies of court records such as Submissions, Petitions, Affidavits and Judgments.

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Academic Books (Vancouver) collection
PR3962 · Collection · 1872-1929

The collection contains a variety of materials, purchased from Academic Books in five purchases over a decade. The collection includes an unpublished manuscript (1908) written by Alexander MacKenzie on the Peace River District covering the years 1793-1908. The next is a typed letter from R.B. Bennet to John Stocks (1905), the then-Deputy Commissioner of Public Works of the North-West Territories (which included present-day Alberta and Saskatchewan at the time). This letter concerned the rising waters that were beginning to circumvent the Elbow River Bridge in Calgary.

Other records include North-West Territories Gazettes (Volume 18, Numbers 7-14, 1901), a HBC census record of the Saskatchewan District (1872), a HBC census record from the Athabasca District (1873), and a small ledger book used in Dunvegan with several pages at the end used by a child to practice letters and drawing (1891-1925). Attached to the census of the Athabasca District is also a document noting the “division of the Chipewyan Nation” according to the Census taken.

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Fonds Lucien Mercier
PR1233 · Fonds · [ca. 1916-ca. 1938]

Le fonds est constitué de photographies et cartes postales illustrant Lucien Mercier et sa femme, ainsi que différents individus, bâtisses et vues en Alberta, Saskatchewan et les Territoires de Nord-Ouest, incluant femmes inuit, hommes et femmes indigènes, dragues, traversiers, moulins, rivières, églises, avions, magasins, gares, accidents de train, hôtels, inondations, la pêche et séchage du poisson, caribou, postes de commerce, camions, vues des rues, vues aériennes et panoramiques, banques, hôpitaux, chantier naval, bureau de poste, exploitations de pétrole du sables bitumineuses, Gendarmerie royale du Canada, feux, traîneau à chien, maisons. Le fonds inclut aussi une carte sur une peau de caribou, décrivant Slave Lake, et découpures de presse au sujet de Lucien Mercier.

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