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Archival description
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 The collection includes an unpublished manuscript (1908) written by Alexander MacKenzie on the Peace River District covering the years 1793-1908.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.

Academic Books (Vancouver)
AGT radio coverage maps
Series · 1969

The series consists of maps created by the Department of Highways and Transport that relate to Alberta Government Telephones (AGT) radio coverage. One map shows general mobile radio coverage and one shows private mobile systems.

Alberta. Highways and Transport. Surveys and Properties Branch
PR0009 · Fonds · 1938-1995

The fonds consists of 21 maps of various areas of Alberta, and from the Local Histories Mapping Project (1995).

Alberta Genealogical Society, Edmonton Branch
Alberta in the world maps
Series · 1961-1969

The series consists of maps that show Alberta within the world.

Alberta. Highways. Surveys and Compensation for Land Branch
PR3001 · Fonds · 1913 - 1927

The fonds consists of materials acquired from the Alberta Motor Association and includes a roadmap of Alberta produced by the Stovel Company in 1917; A Canadian Northern Railway Timetable for November 15, 1913; a map of Edmonton and Area produced by Crafts, Lee, and Gallingher, Land Agents, Edmonton prior to 1914; and a Canadian Topographical Survey Map of North-Western Canada produced by the Department of the Interior in 1927.

Alberta Motor Association
Alberta Power Commission map
Series · 1969

The series consists of one map that shows the power plants and transmission lines in Alberta. The power plants are identified as steam, hydro, or internal combustion. The map further shows the service areas of Calgary Power Ltd., Canadian Utilities Ltd., and Northland Utilities Ltd.

Alberta. Highways and Transport. Surveys and Properties Branch
Alfred Driscoll fonds
PR1888 · Fonds · 1885-1931

The fonds consists of records relating to Alfred Driscoll and includes his certificate of appointment as Dominion Land Surveyor, a surveying certificate, a copyright certificate, images of Alfred Driscoll, a hunting party (including Driscoll), members of the International Boundary Commission, maps of road diversions in the Municipal District of Sturgeon No. 548 by A. Driscoll, a 1908 map of Edmonton by A. Driscoll, and Driscoll and Knight maps for the Municipal Districts of Grasswold No. 248, Lorne No. 400, Merton No. 451, Wellington No. 481, Cornhill No. 487, Black Mud No. 488, Liberty, No. 489, The Pines No. 516, Sturgeon No. 548, Pibroch No. 609 and Nelson No. 638. The fonds also includes Grand Trunk Pacific Railway photographs of Jasper, including images of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's visit to Jasper in 1914, Angel Glacier, the sign at the summit of the Yellowhead Pass, an internment camp at Jasper, a horse-drawn wagon, Maligne Canyon, and Mount Edith Cavell.

Driscoll, Alfred
Argosy Books map collection
PR3964 · Collection · 1815-1867

The collection consists of four historical maps of North America and one negative copy of a map originally from 1867. The three maps that are dated are from 1815, 1824, and 1867.

The fourth map of North America is glued to a cardboard backboard and is not dated, but was likely first created in the year 1770. It includes mythological descriptions of areas not fully explored, including Hyperborea in the Arctic Circle. This last map also includes parts of northern Europe and Russia.

Argosy Books
PR2453 · Collection · 1941

The collection consists of two maps printed by the Department of Mines and Resources, Mines and Geology Branch, Government of Canada, in 1941. The maps provide geological information on the Brazeau and Bighorn River areas of Alberta.

Canada. Department of Mines and Resources. Mines and Geology Branch
Byron Bustin fonds
PR2082 · Fonds · 1918 - 1936

The fonds consists of 15 maps and plans of coalmines in the Canmore area of Alberta dating from 1918-1936.

Bustin, Byron
PR1953 · Fonds · [195-]-[before 1978]

The fonds consists of aerial views of downtown, residential and industrial areas of Edmonton, and includes images by Ranson Photographers Limited and Richard G. Proctor Photography Limited. The fonds also includes a map of City Land Use in 1965 and a Land Use Plan projected for 1981.

Campbell Brothers Real Estate
PR3978 · Fonds · 1911-1976

The fonds consists of 62 maps, mostly from the Canada Land Inventory. The first maps contained in this fonds are Indexes showing whether section maps are published, prepared but not published, or will not be published. The sections in these index maps are divided by latitude and longitude, and show areas of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec. These maps are separated by indexes on Forestry, Recreation, Agriculture, and Wildlife.

Canada. Department of Agriculture, Canada Land Inventory
Canada Manpower areas maps
Series · 1970-1975

The series consists of maps that show the offices and sub-offices of Canada Manpower within the Province of Alberta.

Alberta. Highways and Transport. Surveys and Properties Branch
Canada Map Office collection
PR3985 · Collection · 1834, 1966-1992, predominant 1966-1992

This collection contains a broad scope of published maps, mainly depicting Canada, Alberta, and smaller-scale maps within Alberta. Some examples of the areas depicted on larger-scale maps include Alberta communities of Paradise Valley, Grizzly Bear Creek, Lloyminster, Delacour, Trochu, Cluny, Bearspaw, Lac La Biche, Kananaskis Lake, Weberville, Grande Prairie, Brazeau Lake, Edmonton, Red Deer, and Wainwright.

The maps come from a variety of original sources and served a wide range of original purposes. Most were created by the federal National Topographic Survey, many more are general topographical maps, and some were produced for the National Atlas of Canada, among other purposes.

Canada. Department of Energy, Mines, and Resources. Canada Map Office
PR3183 · Fonds · 1911-1972

The fonds consists of material created by Gordon C. Mundy and divides into two series: the Mundy's Map Company series and Personal Material series.

Mundy, Christopher Gordon
PR2314 · Collection · 1951 - 1994

The collection consists of county, municipal and school district maps acquired by the Provincial Archives of Alberta. The collection includes:

  • maps of the Counties of Grand Prairie, Vulcan, Ponoka, Newell, Warner, Wetaskiwin, Barrhead, Lacombe, Wheatland, Mountain View, Paintearth, Camrose, Vermilion River, Leduc, Lethbridge, Minburn, Lac St. Anne, Lamont, and Parkland dating from the 1960s to the 1990s
  • maps of the Municipal Districts of Cypress, Cardston, Bright, Argyle, Willow Creek, Foothills, Starland, Kneehill, Provost, Wetaskiwin, Brazeau, Lamont, Stony Plain, Sturgeon, Westlock, Clearwater, Smoky River, Peace, and Fairview dating from the 1950s to the 1990s
  • a map of Improvement District 1 dating from 1966
  • a map of the Wheatland School District dating from 1958; and
  • an Edmonton and Area map of Townships 50 to 55.
D. Herbert fonds
PR3056 · Fonds · [ca. 1940] - 1951

The fonds consists of material acquired by D. Herbert including eight maps featuring the Railway Station at Dortmund, Germany, dating from 1944 and one map each of Townships 9, 10, 12, 13 of Manitoba produced by the Department of National Defense Army Survey Establishment gathered from aerial views and compiled in 1951; one map of England, one map of Paris, one map of Bremen, one map of Brussels, one map of Leipzig, one map of Midlark and Wales, and one map of England produced by the Royal Air Force during the 1940s.

Herbert, D.
D. Rae Sutherland fonds
PR2222 · Fonds · 1884-1993

The fonds consists of 4,053 survey certificates produced from 1988 to 1993 and 1,783 Alberta township plans produced from 1884 to 1984. The survey certificates were survey maps created by D. Rae Sutherland in central Alberta on behalf of the Canadian Engineering Services Ltd as part of the Alberta Land Surveyor's Real Estate Report; these survey maps describe properties and show buildings in relation to streets. The township maps were collected and organized by D. Rae Sutherland according to areas, including the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, the Alberta-Northwest Territories border and the Alberta-British Columbia border.

Sutherland, D. Rae
David Spalding fonds
PR2191 · Fonds · 1983-1989

The fonds consists of plans and maps of heritage interpretative developments, including Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge, and Reynolds Alberta Museum, and Wetaskiwin

Spalding, David
Dorothy Croft fonds
PR1974 · Fonds · 1882-1912

The fonds consists of early issues of the Edmonton Bulletin and a 1912 Mundy's Map of Greater Edmonton.

Croft, Dorothy
Douglas Vernon Parker fonds
PR2720 · Fonds · 1912

The fonds consists of a line map of the Edmonton Interurbun Railway Northern Section dating from 1912.

Parker, Douglas Vernon
E.A. Stockwell fonds
PR3126 · Fonds · 1916 - [before 1967]

The fonds consists of material created and maintained by E.A. Stockwell including a map of Wainwright and area dating from 1916. The Map displays farmers' settlement areas, and land belonging to the Hudson's Bay Company and Canadian National Railways. The fonds also includes a typewritten draft manuscript entitled "This was Wellsdale" written by E.A. Stockwell before 1967.

Stockwell, E. A.
Edo Nyland fonds
PR3184 · Fonds · 1886 - 1971

The fonds consists of material acquired by Edo Nyland and includes a map featuring Townships 53 to 68 between the 4th and 5th Meridian in Alberta dating from 1886; a copy of a map of the North-West Territories in 1877; copies of photographs featuring the Cooking Lake Forest Reserve dating from the early part of the 20th century; and diaries of two homesteaders dating from 1917 to 1925. The fonds also includes material related to an article Edo Nyland published in the 1969 edition of Alberta entitled, "Lost Loggers Railway Found" including research notes and photographs of a logging camp in the early part of the 20th century as well as maps and photographs taken in 1968 featuring the area of Connor Creek Brown Zone.

Nyland, Edo
PR3860 · Collection · 1908- 1946

The collection consists of fire insurance maps for the following communities in Alberta:
Alix, 1910
Bawlf, 1910
Blairmore, 1925
Bruce, 1910
Burdett, 1910
Carbon, 1924
Cardson, 1915
Carmangay, 1910
Castor, 1910
Claresholm, 1906
Cochrane, 1908
Coleman, 1905
Daysland, 1924
Didsbury, 1924
Exshaw, 1910
Frank, 1906
Gadsby, 1910
Gleichen, 1916
Grande Prairie, 1916
Hanna, 1922
Hardieville, 1920
Hardisty, 1910
High River, 1915
Holden, 1910
Irma, 1931
Irvine, 1910
Killiam, 1910
Lacombe, 1946
Leduc, 1930
Fort Macleod, 1912
Manville, 1918
Monarch, 1910
Morinville, 1930
Mundare, 1946
Nanton, 1931,
Olds, 1924
Pincher Creek, 1908
Ponoka 1924
Provost, 1924
Redcliffe, 1913
Ryley, 1910
Steller, 1951
Strome, 1931
Taber, 1910
Tofield, 1910
Vegreville, 1930

Unknown donor
Frederick Moses fonds
PR2681 · Fonds · 1922, [192?]

The fonds consists of a booklet "Classification Surveys of Northern Alberta, Specimens and Maps" published by the Department of Interior Topical Surveys Branch in 1922. The booklet contains topographical information on townships and surveyed areas in Northern Alberta, and 21 maps. The fonds also includes a site plan the Northwest Mounted Police townsite at Fort Macleod created circa 1920s by Frederick Moses. To complete the site plan, Frederick Moses interviewed pioneers of Fort Macleod.

Moses, Frederick
George Lipsett fonds
PR3989 · Fonds · [ca. 1912]-[192-?]

The fonds consists of photographs of Edmonton Exhibition grounds and events including the racetrack, grandstand, livestock, and other activities. Also included are a maps of Edmonton, Peace River, and Alberta.

Lipsett, George
Heritage Books collection
PR1433 · Collection · 1877-1954

The collection consists of a map of part of Keewatin showing Dominion Land Surveys, a map of Railroads and Counties for the Dominion of Canada, and issues of Social Credit periodicals including Today and Tomorrow, “Mr. Speaker” (published by New Democracy members of Parliament), “The Prophetic Voice” (Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute) and the Canadian Social Creditor.

Heritage Books
Series · 1886-1976

The series consists of maps and plans that relate to trails, highways and roads in Alberta. Included are sectional sheets (GR1983.0206), a secondary road progress chart (GR1975.0501), base maps showing highways (GR1968.0037 and GR1976.0448), and correspondence about the Bow River Trail from 1886-1905 (GR1970.0417).

Alberta. Highways. Surveys Branch
PR3965 · Collection · [1875?], [1905?]

Collection consists of two colour maps showing part of Manitoba and what was then North West Territories. The first of these depicts the region in the year 1875 and bears the following title, “Tracts of country ceded by the Indian Treaties 1-4.” The second map has the title, “Map of Manitoba and North-West Territory,” and depicts Saskatchewan, Alberta, and the surrounding region in the year 1905.

Huronia-Canadiana Books
PR3966 · Collection · 1977

The collection includes reprinted maps of 19th century Canada and North America, taken from the British Parliamentary Papers. The collection includes Indigenous nations and groups in North America (1857), maps of details of the Prairies (largely focused on Manitoba and Red River), various maps of British Columbia and the Maritime provinces and their borders with the US, and Upper and Lower Canada areas. Several of the prairie maps include roads, rivers, and routes that go through or are on Alberta. The date range of the original maps include 1609, 1689, and 1775-1884.

Irish Academic Press
Judicial districts maps
Series · 1960-1977

The series consists of maps that show Judicial Districts within the Province of Alberta.

Alberta. Highways. Surveys Branch
Lawrence Tippie collection
PR0623 · Collection · 1838-1931

Collection consists of various pamphlets regarding the postal system in Canada dating 1914-1931, blank letterhead for Strathcona’s Horse, an advertising newsletter for the dentist Dr. H. Barrie Millican of Calgary, Alberta dated ca. 1919, a contest poster from General Mailstores System Company dated 1929, circulation advertisements for The Nor-West Farmer dating 1918-1926, postal vouchers dated 1925, a notice from the Edmonton Journal circulation department dated 1930, an undated copy of The Canadian Glider Boosters, an undated glass plate negative depicting an unknown man, and an undated photograph depicting Howard Douglas. Fonds also includes a copied map depicting western Canada dated 1790, and various other maps depicting areas in northwestern Canada in the years 1874-1916 such as the North West Mounted Police territory, the Canadian Pacific Railway lines, the Riel Rebellion territory, the Elevators in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, and the Northern and Southern Alberta Disposition of Lands.

Tippie, Lawrence
PR3986 · Collection · 1880-1989

The collection is composed mostly of maps of Alberta, but also includes some Canadian atlases, an honors essay on Athabasca Landing, and a rural directory. There are also some maps of Western Canada (which include Alberta).

There are several types of maps in this collection, including topographic, cadastral (maps showing the extent, value, and ownership of land), and orthophotos (maps based on aerial photos, modified to have a uniform scale). Some examples of the types of maps included are those made to accompany the “Half-Breed Commission” (the formal process that distributed scrip to Métis families and individuals), property and taxation maps of Alberta cities, a map of the Klondike, and park maps, among others.

Library and Archives Canada
PR3979 · Collection · 1946-1977

This collection contains 11 sheets of maps and a table of Treaty agreements in Canada. The first of these items are three large 1946 maps of Alberta split over three sheets each, each showing sections across Alberta and their larger units. The first of these designates good agricultural areas. The second focusses on First Nations reserves and the Edmonton Area Plan. The third focuses on Improvement and Municipal Districts and roads and communities.

The collection also includes an Alberta map of soil types/zones, originally created in 1945, a 1977 map of the Treaties across Canada, and a copy of a table of the Treaty Agreements in Canada.

Manufacturers Life Insurance Company
Melton Real Estate fonds
PR2946 · Fonds · 1966

The fonds consists of a map of the city of Edmonton showing hospitals, bus routes, public and separate schools, and the location of Melton Realty offices created by Melton Real Estate.

Melton Real Estate
Millie Hay collection
PR0535 · Collection · 1874-1961

Collection consists of a copied map of the North-West Territory, now Alberta, dating 1874, copied bills and a land agreement belonging to W.F. Smith of Athabasca Landing dating 1897-1907, a pamphlet entitled The Aberhart Plan dating 1935, and a 50th Anniversary issue of The Landing Trail Post newspaper dating 1961.

Hay, Millie
PR1270 · Collection · 1870-1936

Collection consists of lantern slides depicting photographs and drawings of First Nations people in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, maps depicting the Dominion of Canada, a photograph album depicting farm scenes along the Canadian Pacific Railways (CPR) line in Manitoba and Assiniboia and a souvenir album for the Fifth Congress of the Chambers of Commerce of the Empire which depicts members of the congress as they traveled to various cities across Canada. The collection also includes a letter from William Aberhart to R.H. Babbage of Westmount, Quebec.

Montreal Book Auctions
Mrs. I Smith fonds
PR2797 · Fonds · 1962 - 1970

The fonds consists of five maps displaying political features of Alberta, Manitoba, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories dating from 1962- 1970.

Smith, Mrs. I
Series · 1960-1979

The series consists of maps of specific municipalities and regions. The maps include municipalities, irrigation districts, agricultural districts, Hutterite colonies, and regional planning areas.

Alberta. Highways. Surveys Branch
PR2056 · Fonds · [ca. 1930 - 1978]

The fonds consists of materials created and collected by Nicholas Wasyl Woywitka including photographs, licenses, and certificates related to Nicholas Wasyl Woywitka's medical career dating from the 1930s to the 1970s; geological, civic, and geographic maps of Alberta dating from the 1950s to the 1970s; and architectural plans for the Francis Manor in Bellamy Hill, Edmonton dating from the 1970s.

Woywitka, Nicholas Wasyl
PR3969 · Collection · 1776-1925

This collection includes a variety of maps of Canada and North America, and includes maps of North America (1847) with the Alaskan panhandle touching Russia, North America (1861) with details from the Franklin Expedition, and the Prairie Provinces (1875) with limits of the “Prairie Land” and “True Forest,” (PR1982.0079).

The collection also includes a map of Edinburg and London (1908) (accession PR1982.0152). PR1983.0139 includes four maps from between 1782 and 1925 and PR1984.0229 includes six maps from between 1776 and 1882, focusing on British Columbia, North America, and the Franklin Expedition. PR1985.0383 holds maps from between 1779 and 1912, with maps of the world, North America, and Edson, Alberta.

North by West Antique Maps and Prints
Olive Armstrong-Morris fonds
PR3163 · Fonds · [ca. 1908]

The fonds consists of five maps entitled, "The Fertile North" published by the Railway Lands Branch, Department of Interior, Government of Canada in circa 1908. The maps provide information on natural resources, agriculture, the railways, and the environment for northern and central Canada.

Armstrong-Morris, Olive
Population and census maps
Series · 1938, 1961-1978

The series consists of maps that either show the population of Alberta or address census divisions. One map from 1938 (GR1983.0205) shows the German population hubs of western Canada.

Alberta. Highways. Surveys Branch
PR2064 · Collection · 1905-[ca. 1960]

The collection consists of materials related to the operation of the Florence Hotel in Killiam, Alberta created by Theo Skagen dating from 1916 to 1926, a negative of the Parliament Building by J.A. Brown dating from 1920, a copy of a map of the Westmount neighborhood in Edmonton circa 1910, a map of the Yellowhead Highway from Edmonton to Lloydminster, Alberta dating from the 1960s, and a photograph of Morley, Alberta taken by A.W. "Nick" Carter in 1920, a tractor advertisement, and images of threshing machinery and outfits.

Reynolds Alberta Museum
PR0036 · Collection · 1911-1980

The collection consists of Alberta maps and architectural drawings. The maps include: a 1929 Federal Department of Interior map with numbers of vacant quarter sections in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; a 1916 map of the Rocky Mountains produced by the British Columbia Department of lands; a Federal index map to the Old Geographical Series of the Department of Interior maps; a topographical map of the area to the North of Yellowhead Pass; a Mundy map of School Division 13 Clover Bar. The architectural drawings include: 4 drawings of the Lion's playground in Slave Lake; 4 drawings of the Innisfail Arena renovations; 4 drawings from the Government of Alberta Recreational In Service Training course; 1 drawing of the Fort Mc Murray Golf Course and one drawing of the site of the proposed Central Park in Vermilion.

Winstance-Smith, Ron
PR3972 · Collection · 1795, 1981

Collection consists of two historical maps, from the years 1795 and 1902. The first of these maps is a map of North America, and shows Indigenous nations known at the time, English territories, and Mackenzie’s route to the Pacific.

The other map is of what would become Alberta, and Assiniboia, Athabasca, and Saskatchewan. On the reverse there is a map of Toronto and a legend for the Alberta, Assiniboia, Athabasca, and Saskatchewan map. This map represents the area in 1902, and was copied from an Atlas.

Russborough Antique Maps
Tom Spencer fonds
PR0963 · Fonds · 1885-1958

The fonds consists of a township index, two township plan registers indicating homesteads for the Wetaskiwin Land District, and township plans for the Wetaskiwin Land District from 1885 to 1912. One of township plan registers has been used as a scrapbook by Tom Spencer for newspaper clippings from 1931 to 1958 from newspapers such as the Edmonton Journal, the Edmonton Bulletin, The Albertan, the Calgary Herald, the Lethbridge Herald, on a wide array of topics, including the lead-up to the Second World War, train wrecks, the Dionne Quintuplets, the 1949 Edmonton flood and other general interest stories.

Spencer, Tom
Series · 1943-1983

The series consists of topographical and planimetric maps created by the Technical Division of Lands and Mines and Lands and Forests as well as from the Department of Transportation.

Alberta. Lands and Mines. Technical Division
Town of Wainwright fonds
PR3133 · Fonds · 1970

The fonds consists of a program documenting the Jubilee celebrations held in the Town of Wainwright in 1970 and a pamphlet entitled "Points of Interest". The pamphlet denotes historical points of interest located throughout the Town.

Town of Wainwright
Series · 1873-2015

The series consists of original township plans or surveys, subdivision plans, survey diagrams, township registers, and related maps and settlement plans.

Official Township survey plans are the result of official surveys conducted as early as January 1873 and still occur today. In 1871, the first of 3 Dominion Land surveys in the prairie provinces began west of the first meridian in Manitoba, followed by surveys in 1880 and 1881. The surveyors worked on the principles of astronomy and divided the province of Alberta into a grid system composed of ranges, townships, and meridians. Ranges number approximately 1-30 running East to West from each of the three meridians, the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth while the townships (1-127) run from North to South from the International Boundary to the Northwest Territories. These plans became official if they were approved and confirmed by the Surveyor General or after 1930 by the Director of Surveys. For each township, it is possible to have numerous editions. It was the policy of the Office of the Surveyor General to create a new edition every time additional survey work was done, corrections made or updates to standard changes adopted. The scale on the maps is described in terms of chains, where 100 links = 1 chain, 1 chain = 66 feet.

Copies of these township plans were then used as a visual indexing tool for creation of homestead leases, dispositions, and other uses of the land. It allowed a government to draw the area of land and identity of the entity who leases, purchases, or otherwise makes use of the land. These were often part of large ledgers or registers that became part of this series.

Canada. Interior. Minister
T.P. Hewlett fonds
PR2602 · Fonds · 1883 - 1960

The fonds consists of a map displaying the highway system of Alberta in 1924, a plan for Edmonton settlement in 1883, Alberta motor vehicle operator's licenses and permits dating from the early part of the 20th century, copies of an Alberta Chauffeur License, a Certificate of Registration issued to John E. Slater dating from 1912 and 1913, Gasoline Licenses and Ration Coupon Books dating from 1943 to 1944, and an Alberta Motor Vehicle Learner's Permit issued to Gertrud Uhrigsharot dating from 1960.

Hewlett, T.P.
Weber Bros. Realty fonds
PR3143 · Fonds · 1964 - 1971

The fonds consists of material created by Weber Bros. Realty including a road map of the City of Edmonton dating from 1971 and a map of the City of Edmonton featuring the location of real estate offices of Weber Bros. Realty dating from 1964.

Webber Bros. Realty
W.G.P. Allen fonds
PR0964 · Fonds · [ca.1970]-[ca.1973]

Fonds consists of bound manuscripts written by W.G.P. Allen regarding the Pembina Valley area of Alberta which include histories of the area, maps, drawings, newspaper clippings, and poems. Fonds also includes photographs depicting various people and views in the Pembina Valley area.

Allen, W.G.P.
William A. Weir fonds
PR0983 · Fonds · 1980

The fonds includes a transcript of a letter to William Weir and his sons from Robert MacDonald recalling MacDonald’s life working for the railway on the Coal Branch in the 1940s and 1950s, a photocopy of a map of the area and a second letter from MacDonald with photocopied information about Brule, Alberta.

Weir, William A.