Collection PR3171 - Julie Hrapko collection

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Julie Hrapko collection

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    PR3171

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    Statement of scale (cartographic)

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    • Copied 1973, Copied 1974, Copied 1976 (Creation)

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    5 photographs

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    (1927-2022)

    Biographical history

    Julie Hrapko was born in Two Hills County, Alberta, in 1927, the daughter of Thomas Hrpako (1899-1980) and Elizabeth Lutzak (1905-1984). She grew up in Two Hills, Egremont, and Smoky Lake before the family moved to Edmonton.

    She attended the University of Alberta, where she received a BSc in Botany. She worked the federal government as a seed analyst and microanalyst before returning to the University of Alberta for her Masters degree in plant ecology.

    She became the first permanent Curator of Botany at the Provincial Museum of Alberta in 1969, where she worked for twenty-five years until her retirement in 1994. In that role, she conducted botanical research, produced scientific research and outreach literature, and mentored new staff.

    She died in Edmonton in 2022.

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    Scope and content

    The collection pertains to Julie Hrapko's career in the heritage industry, and consists of copies of photographs featuring the Miette Hot Springs circa 1930, Mr. and Mrs. Lakusta's wedding circa 1919, and a civil protest by farmers in Two Hills in 1931.

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    In 1973, 1974, and 1976, Julie Hrapko donated the material to the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

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        The material is in English.

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Further accruals are not expected.

        General note

        Information for the administrative history/biographical sketch sourced from accession file PR1973.0492 at the Provincial Archives of Alberta. The images can be located in the A file of the Provincial Archives of Alberta reference prints under the numbers A2285 - A2286, A5417.

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        Includes accessions PR1973.0492, PR1974.0009 and PR1976.0046.

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