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        Fonds Lucien Dubuc
        PR2026 · Fonds · 1888-[1979]

        Le fonds se compose de renseignements autobiographiques préparés par Sir Joseph Dubuc pour ses enfants, y compris « Récit Autobiographique pour Mes Enfants », « Récit Autobiographique de 1887 à 1910 », « Mémoires d'un Manitobain » et « Autobiographie et Lettres ». Il comprend aussi un album photographique des voyages de Lucien Dubuc à Aklavik, dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest en 1924, sur l'Île Herschel en 1923 et à Providence et MacPherson, en 1921, dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest, à Fort Providence, Fort Good Hope, Fort Norman, Hay River, Fort Simpson, Fort MacPherson, Fort Chipewyan, Herschel Island, Fort McMurray, Fort Resolution, et Fort Wrigley ; ainsi qu'un album contenant de la correspondance, des découpures de presse, photographies de Lucien Dubuc et autres documents. Plusieurs coupures de presse sont au sujet des procès jugés par Dubuc dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest. Le fonds comprend aussi un album photographique contenant plus de cent photos sur les Inuit, Victoria Island, Herschel Island, des navires, des chiens et la famille Klengenberg ; l'album avait été présenté au Dr. Dubuc par Christian Klengenberg, un explorateur-marchand danois qui avait habité avec les Inuit dans les environs de Victoria Island.

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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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        Série Enregistrements audio
        PR0003.003SF.0007 · Série · [1938]-1990
        Fait partie de Fonds Missionnaires oblats de Marie Immaculée, Lacombe Canada

        La série comprend des enregistrements créés sur le territoire de la Vice-province de Mackenzie et en dehors, dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest et en Arctique. Les enregistrements furent créés principalement dans des institutions établies par les oblats ou où ils vivaient : églises, missions et communautés des Premières nations. Les enregistrements furent créés, collectionnés ou acquis par les oblats de la Province dans le cours de leur travail administratif ou d’évangélisation, couvrant une vaste gamme de thèmes, incluant des sujets religieux, des opinions et réflexions personnelles des oblats, ainsi que des aspects de la culture et les langues de Premières nations.

        Un grand numéro des enregistrements furent créés pas les chercheurs oblats Robert Le Meur (1920-1985) et Maurice Métayer (1914-1974) de vicariat de Mackenzie. Le Meur et Métayer ont poursuivi leurs propres études et ont collaboré dans plusieurs projets. Ils ont servi dans plusieurs missions nordiques, Le Meur des années 1940 aux 1980 et Métayer des années 1940 aux 1970. En particulier, leurs enregistrements sont liés à leurs études dans le nord, à la recherche des informations sur la culture, la vie, l’histoire et la religion des peuples autochtones. Sont inclus des entrevues, des chansons et des histoires – sources d’aperçus de la vie dans le nord canadien. Les enregistrements sont complétés par leurs écrits sur des généalogies, des grammaires, des histoires et d’autres sujets.

        Spécifiquement, le matériel est constitué des enregistrements sur des thèmes éducationnelles ou historiques, des messes, des cérémonies, des présentations, des sermons et commentaires religieux, ainsi que des enregistrements de radio. Les messes et les cérémonies sont souvent dans les langues des Premières nations, ainsi qu’en anglais et en français. Les enregistrements sont produits également par des amateurs et par des professionnels.

        Série Enregistrements vidéo
        PR0003.003SF.0006 · Série · 1931-1976
        Fait partie de Fonds Missionnaires oblats de Marie Immaculée, Lacombe Canada

        La série comprend des enregistrements créés ou collectionnés par les oblats de la Vive-province de Mackenzie, des Territoires du Nord-Ouest et de l’Arctique. Le matériel est constitué des enregistrements professionnels ou amateurs des évènements dans diverses communautés autochtones, incluant : des films personnels, diverses communautés, des missions, écoles et écoles résidentielles, des évènements et activités religieux.

        Les enregistrements comprennent des pèlerinages, des carnavals, des sœurs, des infirmières et couvents, des bâtiments locaux et des hôpitaux, des écuries, des encampements, des individus et familles locaux, des communautés, l’industrie du bois, la transportation, des sports, ainsi que des autochtones du nord canadien.

        Série Film et vidéo
        PR0003.0007 · Série · 2005-2016
        Fait partie de Fonds Missionnaires oblats de Marie Immaculée, Lacombe Canada

        La série comprend des documents créés en Alberta, Saskatchewan, Territoires du Nord-Ouest et au-delà des limites géographiques d’OMI Lacombe Canada – Québec et Colombie-Britannique. Sont inclus des documentaires sur les écoles résidentielles au Québec et à Dunbow, Alberta, sur les Inuits, sur des paroisses et missions oblates et sur la messe pour la 100e anniversaire de Maillardville en Colombie-Britannique.

        Jack Wooders fonds
        PR4012 · Fonds · 1956

        The fonds consists of slides of images of activities at the Camsell Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. Jack Wooders created the slides at the behest of Dr. Harold Pfeiffer, a doctor at the Camsell Hospital. Pfeiffer was a sculptor and taught some patients (largely Inuit) at the Camsell in arts and crafts, both as a social activity and for the patients to earn some money while at the hospital.

        The slides show portraits of patients with and without their carvings and sculptures, art collections and pieces, Dr. Pfeiffer at his desk and work, and several pictures of paintings.

        There are two copies of 17 of the slides, with a copy each in two different tints (red and blue). There are also two blue-tinted photos of the inside of a sculpture and of a third painting. The slides also have different details that are highlighted based on the tint.

        The first box, with blue-tinted slides, was labeled “C. Campsell [sic] Hosp. with Harold Pfeiffer on Sunday March 25/3/56, Palm Sun.” The blue slides are on Pix-A-Color slides. The second box that these slides were donated in, with red-tinted slides, was labeled as “C. Campsell [sic] Hospital Continued 1956.” These slides are on Ansco Color slides. The photos were taken using a Leica III Pentax camera.

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        Delbert A. Young fonds
        PR0586 · Fonds · 1951-1976

        Fonds consists of manuscript drafts of various articles, stories, movie scripts, book reviews, speeches, and radio broadcast scripts written by Delbert A. Young. Also includes research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, book reviews, hand drawn maps, pamphlets, royalty cheque stubs, statements, and photographs depicting caribou, the Taylor family, and Inuit involved in the lumber industry in Edmonton Pembina, and Barrhead, Alberta

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        Leigh Brintnell fonds
        PR1358 · Fonds · 1917-1977

        The fonds consists of magazines, magazine articles and newspaper clippings, photographs of family and friends, and airplanes, flights and destinations, certificates, programs and invitations, correspondence, presentations and speeches, photograph albums containing over 550 photographs of airplanes, aerials views, Indigenous peoples, and locations in Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories including Aklavik and Great Bear Lake, and two transcription discs of CKUA programming about Northwest Industries Limited.

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        Andrij Baziuk collection
        PR3625 · Collection · 1922-1951

        The collection consists of films used in an itinerant picture show that toured through rural Saskatchewan, particularly through Ukrainian communities around Regina, during the 1930s-50s. The films include episodes of popular series such as Tarzan of the Apes, Dick Tracy, Krazy Kat, and Hopalong Cassidy; full-length genre films including Westerns and melodramas; comedy shorts; compilations of trailers for Hollywood features; episodes of Canadian Movietone News for 1950-51; a documentary about Inuit life in the 1940s; and two feature-length Ukrainian films that were made in North America. Both of these films were produced by Ukrainian-Canadian Vasile Avramenko. The first is entitled Cossacks in Exile (Zaporozhets za dunaem) (Edgar L. Ulmer, 1938), while the second is entitled Marusia (Leo Bulgakov, 1938). These films are in the Ukrainian language with English subtitles, were specifically made for the expatriate Ukrainian community in North America, and are rare examples of Ukrainian commercial filmmaking in North America.

        Many of the films are fragments of larger works, but it is unclear if the complete films were ever shown as part of the travelling picture show.

        The collection also contains a poster for Cossacks in Exile and an original cardboard box used to house one of the film reels.

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        Lawrence family fonds
        PR0187 · Fonds · [187-]-1979, predominant 1879-1950

        Fonds consists of records primarily relating to the Sheridan Lawrence family and their activities or interests, but also consists of records pertaining to the entire Lawrence family. Records include newspaper clippings about various family members, genealogy books written by members of the Lawrence family and photographs. The fonds has been divided into two series: Sheridan Lawrence family and E.J. Lawrence family.

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        Dorothy Weldon fonds
        PR2873 · Fonds · [192?] - 1968, [Copied 197?]

        The fonds consists material acquired by Dorothy Weldon including a photograph of a painting of John Macdonald of Garth, a biography of John Macdonald of Garth typed from the original by Mrs. Weldon; a sketch portrait of Jackie Hornby by Miss Rochfort; a photograph of a painting of William McGillvray and his wife Magdeline; a photograph of Harold Pfeiffer and portrait of a bust of Josei of Frobisher Bay; six postcards featuring Northern scenes; two City of Edmonton transit tickets; a copy of a lecture delivered by the Honourable Malcolm Cameron to the Youth Men's Mutual Improvement Association in 1865; a copy of the First Report of the Standing Committee on Immigration and Colonization in 1865; and a program from the first annual fraternity weekend of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity.

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        Harold Tichenor fonds
        PR3218 · Fonds · [196-?]-1996

        Fonds consists of Harold Tichenor's film productions, in particular for his company, Cinetel, including approximately 180 film elements as well as production files. Titles of productions include Be What You Are/The Magic Bus, Calgary Story, Edmonton Art Gallery, Agriculture Hall of Fame, Avalanche Rescue, a number of training films produced for the Edmonton Transit System, and the award winning Inupiatun, In the Manner of the Eskimo.

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        A.C. Lynn and Amy Zelmer fonds
        PR2041 · Fonds · 1913-2006

        The fonds consists of negatives, slides, photographs and films shot by A.C. Lynn and Amy Zelmer including the Alberta Coal Branch, coal transportation, coal mines, the Edmonton Exhibition, the Castle Hotel fire (in Edmonton), a conference in Banff, the North Western Pulp and Power plant in Hinton, Fort McMurray, an archeological dig at Fort George, a painting class, Inuit Child Development, (produced by the International Communications Institute) and a film by Amy Zelmer (and Harold Alston) about Fort Mackay.

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        PR0034 · Fonds · 1947-1999

        The fonds consists of the administrative records of the Charles Camsell Historical Society, as well as records of historical interest pertaining to the Charles Camsell Hospital that have been collected by the Society. These records include minutes, correspondence, reports, photocopies of newspaper clippings, transparencies in the form of teaching slides, and a videocassette of the closing ceremony for the Charles Camsell Hospital. The fonds has been divided into two series: Administrative records; and Historical records.

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        Malcolm Lott fonds
        PR2618 · Fonds · [ca. 1900 - 1930]

        The fonds consists of photographs featuring a variety of scenes in Alberta including a deer hunt, individuals on a lake, school children and a teacher gathered in front of a school house, a group of children and two men in front of a house, a man chopping a tree, the construction of railway through the mountains, a homestead, and a mill on the river. The fonds also includes a series of postcards pertaining to catholic missionary work in Northern Alberta including Fort Resolution, a church in Fort Providence, missionaries, First Nations, and Great Bear Lake. The photographs and postcards date from ca. 1900 to 1930s.

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        Rutherford Gilbert Caley fonds
        PR0745 · Fonds · [ca. 1902]-1953, predominant 194

        Fonds consists of three scrapbooks compiled by Rutherford Gilbert Caley during the time he worked on the construction of the Alaska Highway and includes correspondence, postcards, newspaper clippings, programmes, poems, purchase orders, commemorative stamps, menus, telegrams, and postcards. Fonds also includes photographs depicting Rutherford Gilbert Caley, British American Oil employees, oil sands extraction plants and equipment, First Nations trapping parties and camps, ferries, army vehicles and convoys, soldiers and other army personnel, dogsledding teams, tankers, fires, lakes, camps and storage depots, roads, buses, airplanes, wildlife, ships, aerial views, Hudson’s Bay Company posts, automobile accidents, Inuit, and various other people, buildings, equipment and vehicles involved in the construction of the Alaska Highway.

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        C. H. Carley fonds
        PR2122 · Fonds · 1951-1970

        The fonds consists of photographs, dating from the 1950s and 1960s, taken by the Lethbridge Herald or Crighton Studio, of Indigenous peoples in traditional attire including the following individuals: Jim Shot Both Sides; Yvonne Pelletier; Walter Bastien; Joe Crow Shoe; Julius English; Pat Bad Eagle; Jim Morning Bull; Albert Little Mustache; George Calling Last; Nathan Many Feathers; Wings; John Yellowhorn; Bob Tail Chief; Chief Body; Jim Shot Both Sides with Indian Affairs officials. The fonds also includes several clippings related to health services for First Nations in Alberta dating from the 1960s and 1970s as well as photographs of various Indigenous peoples across Alberta and the Territories: the interior of an igloo at Kuugjuaq (Perry River), Nunavut; Walking Buffalo seated near a tipi; an octogenarian at Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut; a young boy at a camp at Contwoyto Lake, Nunavut; a church at Kingaok (Bathurst Inlet); Father P. Henry at Qikiqtaq (King William Island), Nunavut; Louise Falls at Xátł'odehchee (Hay River), Northwest Territories; Inuit people hauling in a whale; Inuit children sampling whale blubber being hung to dry; and a flock of 2400 reindeer near White Point, Nunavut.

        This fonds also contains 3 files of material on the Blood [Kainai First Nation] and Peigan [Piikani Nation] from southern Alberta

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        Tom Radford fonds
        PR3736 · Fonds · [193-?], 1969-2014

        The fonds consists of textual and audiovisual records created over the course of Tom Radford’s career, including material created under the Filmwest Associates, Great North Productions, Great Plains Productions, White Pine Pictures, and Clearwater Documentary labels.

        The material includes records related to completed projects such as Inuit Odyssey, Tar Sands, A Scattering of Seeds, The Power of Dreams, The End of Evolution, Ernest Brown: Pioneer Photographer (including audio reels of interviews with early Edmonton photographer Gladys Reeves), Hockey Night in Harlem, Ma Vlast, The Honour of the Crown, Arctic Dreamer, Great Lodges of the Canadian Rockies, The Great Divide, Road of Bones, Alberta Bound, Codebreakers, Roughing It: A Golfer’s Guide to the Universe, and Tipping Point. These records include job files, production stills, scripts, camera tapes, and some masters. There are also numerous records related to incomplete projects, unsolicited script submissions, and administrative records from Great North Communications, Clearwater Documentary, and Great Plains Productions.

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        Clearwater Documentary series
        PR3736.0001 · Série · 1997-2013
        Fait partie de Tom Radford fonds

        The series consists of administrative records for Clearwater Media and Clearwater Documentary, job files related to specific productions, and audiovisual material created for several documentary projects including Alberta Bound, Arctic Dreamer, The Great Divide, Tar Sands: Canada for Sale, Tipping Point, Where Time Begins (aka Chukotka), Worlds Collide, and Power of Dreams.

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        Matt Berry fonds
        PR0672 · Fonds · 1904-1969

        The fonds consists of the records used, created, and maintained by Matt Berry pertaining to his personal and business life, and his career as a pilot including agendas/itineraries, agreements, annual reports, articles, articles of association, bills of sale, boring, drilling, and trenching records, budgets, business cards, correspondence, crew lists, diaries and daily journals, employment contracts, equipment inventories, expense accounts, financial records, flight logs, geological surveys, reports, and assessments, greeting cards, hand-drawn maps, historical/biographical sketches, income tax returns, insurance policies, invitations, iron prospecting permits, leases, mining equipment catalogues, an issue of Canadian Aviation magazine, maps depicting various areas in Alberta and British Columbia and Canada, including some mining areas, Masonic pamphlets, membership lists, memorandum, mineral claims, miner's licenses, minutes, newspaper clippings, notes, option agreements, ore analysis reports, organization charts, a pictorial book of the Inuit entitled The Far North, pamphlets, partnership agreements, permits, pilot's licenses, postcards, powers of attorney, press releases, programmes, progress reports, receipts, share certificates, site plans, syndicate agreements, telegrams, trust declarations, and wedding announcements. Fonds also includes 40 negatives, 30 copy negatives, 240 photographs, and 285 copy photographs depicting various people, views, buildings, mining areas, mining equipment, airplane accidents, airplane equipment, aerial views, rescue operations, boats, camps, Inuit camps, and Berry friends and family members. The fonds divides into three series: Personal records; Pilot records; Business records.

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