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              PR0622 · Fonds · 1963-2002

              The fonds consists of executive minutes, correspondence, bylaws, and a club history created by the Alberta Federation of Rock Clubs between 1963 and 2002. The executive minutes cover the period between 1963-1972 and 2002.

              Alberta Federation of Rock Clubs
              Alex Reid fonds
              PR0418 · Fonds · 1910-1942

              Fonds consists of a business diary containing daily entries about goods and orders, and two pamphlets.

              Reid, Alex
              Allan Wronko fonds
              PR2893 · Fonds · 1998 - 1999

              The fonds consists of records created by Allan Wronko while organizing the reunion of the Michigan Centre School District No. 509 in 1999 including lists of past students and teachers, two photographs of the school site, a speech written and delivered by Allan Wronko on the history of the school, research notes, and photocopies of class photos of the Michigan Centre School District No. 509 with students and teachers identified.

              Wronko, Allan
              Arthur Elliott fonds
              PR2561 · Fonds · 1933, 1949

              The fonds consists of materials pertaining to Arthur Elliott's career including a photograph of Arthur Elliott at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Leduc, Alberta in 1933 by Bamber Studio and a photograph of Arthur Elliott at St. Mark's Anglican Church in Edmonton, Alberta in 1949, taken by the Edmonton Journal when Cannon Elliott was requesting that the City of Edmonton put a light on the steeple of St Mark's since airplanes we flying so close.

              Elliott, Arthur
              Bamber Studio fonds
              PR1531 · Fonds · 1910-1976

              Fonds consists of the business records of Bamber Studio, and records pertaining to the Bamber family and includes correspondence, customer accounts, financial records, advertising materials, technical and equipment manuals, and photocopied newspaper clippings. Also includes negatives, photographs, photographic collages, a lantern slide and glass plate negatives that depict various people, places and views in Alberta. The photographs are divided into two main series, the working series (Ba), consisting of images of people at work and the Leduc area; and the portrait series (BaP). There are 787 negatives in the working series and 9473 negatives in the portrait series. Bamber divided his portraits into series one and series two.

              Bamber Studio
              PR2529 · Fonds · 1900-2011

              The fonds consists records Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 as well as its predecessor bodies including daily registers, minutes, tax and assessment rolls, Principal's returns, Principal's Work-Sheet, Applications for School Grants, Summaries of Enrolment, Department of Education Reports on enrollment by Gender, Grade, and Age of the following school districts:

              • Avon Moor No. 4564 (Elrose): 1 -50 -1-W5, 1931 - ?
              • Beaumont No. 741: NE 27-50-24-W4, 1902 - ?
              • Blackmud No. 3829: 31-49-23-W4, 1919 - ?
              • Breton No. 4277: 2-48-4-W5, 1927 - ?
              • Brownlee No. 4444: NE 20-48-3-W5, 1929 - ?
              • Buck Creek No. 4603 (Meadowdale): SW 18-48-6-W5, 1932 - ?
              • Busenius No. 1825: SW 30-49-22-W4, 1908 - 1954
              • Calmar No. 459 (Rose Hill): 1-50-27-W4, 1898 - ?
              • Centre Lodge No. 4403: 12-48-1-W5, 1929 - ?
              • Devon No. 4972: 34-50-26-W4, 1950 - ?
              • Dnister No. 2716: 31-48-1-W5, 1912 - ?
              • Fern Creek No. 4384: 31-47-2-W5, 1929 - ?
              • Fisherton No. 1859: 26-47-2-W5, 1908 - ?
              • Fruitland No. 2719: 11-50-1-W5, 1912 - ?
              • Genesee No. 3343: NE 34-50-3-W5, 1916 - 1972
              • Howard No. 4667: NE 12-50-4-W5, 1935 - ?
              • Humble No. 532: 30-48-26-W4, 1900 - ?
              • Lake Centre No. 4643: 16-48-27-W4, 1934 - ?
              • Leduc No. 297: 26-49-25-W4, 1893 - ?
              • Lindale No. 3268 (Modeste Creek): NE 21 - 49-5-W5, 1915 - ?
              • Looma No. 4321: 35-50-23-W4, 1927 - ?
              • Looma Vista No. 1724: SW 18 - 50-21-W4, 1907 - ?
              • Maple Hill No. 3591 (Mud Creek): 9-50-22-W4, 1918
              • Maywood No. 3951: 1-46-5-w5, 1920 - 1954
              • Michigan No.509: 2-49-26-W4, 1899 - ?
              • Morrowdale No. 4740: 17-48-1-W5, 1936 - ?
              • New Sarepta Village No. 4285: 33-49-22-W4, 1927 - ?
              • Poplar Valley No. 4531: 16-46-4-W5, 1930 - ?
              • Port View No. 4207: SW 33-49-2-W5, 1924 - ?
              • Rainer No. 2619: 26-49-3-W4, 1911 - ?
              • Sandholm No. 4824: 22-47-1-W5, 1938 - ?
              • Sprucedale No. 314 (Great West): 29-50-25-W4, 1894 - ?
              • Stoney Creek No. 3611: SW 32-50-22-W4, 1918 - 1953
              • Strawberry No. 2306: 18-50-1-W5, 1910 - 1961
              • Sunnybrook No.4154 (Warburg): 1-48-3-W5, 1910 - ?
              • Sunnyvale No. 298: 29-49-24-W4, 1893 - ?
              • Telfordville No. 1745: 17-49-1-w5, 1907 - ?
              • Templeton No. 1789: 20-50-2-w5, 1908 - ?
              • Thorsby No. 4462: 14-49-1-W5, 1930 - 1998
              • Warburg Hutterite School (Sunnybrook): SE -1-48-3-W5, 1910 - ?

              The fonds also includes Teacher's Reports on Qualifications, Salary, and Experience, and Teacher Declarations dating from the 1970s; and a map of the municipal District of Black Mud dating from ca. 1931.

              Black Gold Regional Division No. 18
              Chevalier family fonds
              PR1517 · Fonds · 1910-1938

              The fonds consists of images of various locations in Alberta, including Fort Saskatchewan (interior of a tailor shop), Leduc (interior of a confectionery), Irma, Peace River, Fahler, Castor, Vegreville, St. Paul de Metis, and Onion Lake; the images include churches, homesteading, street scenes, school, hotels, rivers, clergy, airplanes, houses, first nations, cars, and students.

              Chevalier, Barrett
              City of Leduc fonds
              PR2846 · Fonds · 1964 - 1970

              The fonds consists of the records of the City of Leduc including Voter's lists dating from 1969, Census Information Sheets dating from 1966, 1969, and 1970. The fonds also includes material documenting the operation of the Westaskiwin-Leduc Auxiliary Hospital Board including by-laws, financial statements, minutes, correspondence, minutes, forms, and memos, and bulletins dating from 1964 to 1966.

              City of Leduc
              Clara Thomas fonds
              PR1190 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]-1917

              The fonds consists of photographs of early Edmonton, Alberta, an early view of Strathcona, North-West Territories, a Vegreville, Alberta farm, the Vegreville, Alberta fair, a worker in the Edmonton Bulletin Office and one outside the Office on a bicycle, a postcard of Leduc, Alberta’s main street, and a cyanotype of the Old Edmonton Hotel.

              Thomas, Clara
              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.
              PR0861 · Collection · Copied 1990

              The collection is made up of copies of two photographs (postcard format) from the Museum's collection, obtained by copy loan. The two photographs, originally taken ca. 1900, depict Main Street, Leduc and the Leland Hotel, Leduc.

              Dr. Woods House Museum
              PR3165 · Fonds · 1950 - 1972

              The fonds consists of material created by the Edmonton Regional Metropolitan Planning Commission including site plans created by the Commission in 1966 for the communities of Alcomdale and Mearns, Ardrossan, Glenevis, Magnola, Gunn, Kaunagh, Looma, Namoa, Nisku, Riviere Qui-Barre, Rochford Bridge, Rollyview, Sherwood Park, Sunnybrook, Tomahawk, Telfordville, Villeneuve, Calmar, Devon, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, Mayerthrope, Morinville, Stony Plain, Bon Accord, Breton, Entwistle, Gibbons, Legal, New Sarepta, Onaway, Sanguido, Thorsby, Spruce Grove, and Warburg; a map created by the Commission in 1964 displaying Edmonton and Environs; and a 1972 report created by the Commission entitled "Report of Market Areas and Service Centres Edmonton Regional Planning Commission Area."

              Edmonton Metropolitan Regional Planning Commission
              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
              James Bismark Holden fonds
              PR3981 · Fonds · 1899-[1950?]

              The fonds consists of photographs created by or belonging to James Bismark Holden and include images of a train wreck near Leduc, Leduc scenes, the opening of Alberta's first Legislature, Members of the Legislative Assembly, Elk Island Park, Vegreville scenes, Prime Minister Wilfred Laurier speaking in Vegreville, and a Shriners' convention in the United States.

              Holden, James Bismark
              Leduc collection
              PR3385 · Collection · [ca. 1930]

              The collection consists of over 30 identified individuals and families from the Leduc and Beaumont area, Alberta. The images also include landscapes, homesteads, Dominion Day celebrations, and agricultural working conditions and equipment.

              Unknown donor
              Leduc County fonds
              PR2143 · Fonds · 1899-1974

              The fonds consists of cash books, receipts, expenditures, general assessments, tax rolls of the former local authorities of Leduc County as well as country records relating to elections, transportation, public health, public works, agriculture, and safety. In addition, the fonds contains 4 maps illustrating land boundaries for Leduc County.

              The fonds also includes tax assessments, registers, and cashbooks dating from 1899- 1974 from the following schools:

              • Beaumont School District #741: NE 27-50-24-W4, 1902- ?
              • Berrymoor School District # 3860: 36-49-5-W5, 1919- [1945]
              • Blackmud School District No. 3829: 31-49-23-W4, 1910- ?
              • Brownlee School District #4078: 22-13-1-W4, 1921- ?
              • Buck Lake School District # 3220: 14-46-6-W5, 1915- 1955
              • Busenius School District #1824 (North Busenius): SW-30-49-22-W4, 1908 - 1954
              • Charest School District #51: SE 20-50-23-W4, 1901- ?
              • Clearwater School District #740: SW-15-50-24-4, 1902- 1959
              • Coal Lake School District # 771: SE-14-48-24-W4, 1902- [1945]
              • Cohne Dale School District #2144: 1-50-26-4, 1910- ?
              • Conjuring Lake School District #1758: 1-48-26-W4, 1908 - ?
              • Dahlgreen School District # 516: 27-49-26-W4, 1899- ?
              • Demers School District #3990 (Rolly View): SW 33-49-23-W4, 1920 - 1938
              • Dnister School District #2716: 31-48-1-W5, 1912- ?
              • Elrose School District #4564 (Avon Moor): 11-5-1-W5, 1931- ?
              • Falconer School District #4154 (Sunnybrook): 1-49-2-W5, 1922- ?
              • Fredericksheim School District #478: 2-48-24-W4, 1998- ?
              • Fruitland School District #2719: 11-5-1-W5, 1912- ?
              • Genesee School District #3343: 34-50-3-W5, 1916- ?
              • Golden Glow School District # 1800: SW-17-48-24-W4, 1908- 1953
              • Great West School District No. 486 (Willow Ridge): 24-50-25-W4, 1899- ?
              • Greenthal School District #479: 36-48-25-W5, 1898- ?
              • Halicz School District #1500: 28-50-26-W4, 1906- ?
              • Heimdal School District #2359: 4-49-23-W4, 1911- ?
              • Howard School District #4667: NW-12-50-W-W4, 1935- ?
              • Humble School District # 532: 30-48-26-W4, 1900- ?
              • Jordan Hill School District # 720: 28-49-25-W4, 1902- ?
              • Kulm School District #557: 32-48-27-W4, 1900- ?
              • Lake Centre School District #4643: 16-48-27-W4, 1934- ?
              • Leduc School District #297:26-49-25-W4, 1893- ?
              • Looma Vista School District #1724: SW-18-5-21-W4, 1907- 1950
              • Maple Hill School District # 3591(Mud Creek): 9-50-22-W4, 1918- [1950]
              • Maywood School District #3951: 1-46-5-W5, 1920-1954
              • New Sarepta School District # 1548 : NW-24-49-22-W4, 1906-1950
              • Onion Creek School District #4637: NE 6-49-5-W5, 1934- 1942
              • Parkdale School District #350: 24-49-24-W4, 1895- ?
              • Pendryl School District #4185: SE 1-46-5-W5, 1924- [1954]
              • Plante School District #481: NE 34-49-24-W4, 1899- 1946
              • Port View School District #4207: SW 33-49-2-W5, 1924- ?
              • Riverford School District #3602: 23-50-27-W4, 1918- ?
              • River Bend School District #2438: 23-20-9-W4, 1911- ?
              • Rolly View School District #3990: SW 33- 49-23-W4, 1922- ?
              • Rose Hill School District #459: 1-50-27-W4, 1898- ?
              • Strawberry School District #2306: 18-50-1-W5, 1910- 1961
              • Strawberry Ridge School District # 4491: 7-49-3-W5, 1930- [1958]
              • Spruce Hill School District #4796: 27-46-5-W5, 1937-1955
              • Spruce Dale School District #314: 29-50-25-W4, 1894 -?
              • Telford School District # 1355: NE-10-48-26-W4, 1905- 1953
              • Telfordville School District # 1745: 17-49-1-W5, 1907- ?
              • Templeton School District #1789: 20-50-2-W5, 1908- 1952
              • Thorsby School District #4462: 14-49-1-W5, 1930- ?
              • Warburg School District #2230 (Sunnybrook): SE-1-48-3-W5, 1910- ?
              • Weed Creek School District #2339: 36-48-1W5, 1910- ?
              • West Union School District #753: 4-49-25-W4, 1902- ?
              • Willow Creek School District #529: 28-49-27-W4, 1900- 1951, and
              • Wonce School District #1800 (Golden Glow): 17-48-24-W4, 1908- ?.
              Leduc County
              Molyneaux family fonds
              PR1691 · Fonds · 1923-1956

              The fonds consists of constitutions and bylaws for the Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers’ Association, the Ladies’ Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion of the British Empire Service League, and the Alberta Amateur Baseball Association. The fonds also includes a graduation program from Leduc High School, a photographic postcard of the Leduc Water Tower, a postcard of Sylvan Lake, rules and regulations of Leduc & Calmar Utilities Limited, a Canadian Pacific Airlines system timetable and a C. Woodward Limited account card.

              Molyneaux family
              Murray family fonds
              PR3413 · Fonds · 1892-[197?]

              The fonds consists of black and white photographs of members of the Murray family, their farm, the Leduc area, a logging camp in Entwistle, and a camp in Wildwood; photo postcards, mostly of the Edmonton area, some colour, some black and white, dating c. 1910-1930 some of which contain correspondence sent to Ellen Murray from her daughter Mary in Edmonton, and what may be a promotional postcard booklet; correspondence relating to John Murray's involvement in the creation of the West Union Public School District, No. 753, in 1902; and materials relating to John and Ellen Murray including their marriage certificate, 1889, letters from John to Ellen when he was in Vancouver, 1892-1893, a Dominion Lands Tax Receipt for their homestead in the Leduc area, 1899, a letter to John and Ellen from her [sister] S. Tripp in 1912, a receipt for John's tombstone, 1920, a tax notice for the Leduc property from 1938, and other ephemera.

              Murray family
              PR0386 · Fonds · 1962-1997

              Fonds illustrates the work of the Sarepta Rural Fire Association in the provision of fire protection services. Fonds includes a variety of operational records including the articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, financial statements, correspondence, fire reports, equipment lists, and cash books.

              Sarepta Rural Fire Association
              PR3575 · Fonds · 1925-1994

              The fonds consists of a Methodist Yearbook (1925); Board of Trustees of the Clearwater Cemetery minute book (1923-1942); Annual Reports ([1959-1962],1985-1994 with gaps); Administrative Correspondence ([1959-1962]); Committee (Board) of Stewards records (1940-[1974]); Session minutes (1957-1969): Congregational Meeting minutes (1941-1985); Financial records (1936-1940, [1959-1962]); Communion roll and register (1926-1955); Ladies’ Aid records (1926-1961); Women’s Auxiliary records (1955-1962); Women’s Missionary Society records (1937-1961); Hi-C minutes (1961-1964); [Mission Band minutes] ([1957-1959]); Young People’s Society records (1934-1941); Sunday School records (1929-1974 with gaps); [Presbytery Commitments by Congregation] (1966-1968); Clearwater Cairn records (1966-1968); Order of Service (1957); Statistical Reports (1947-1978); Memorial Record Book (1956-1971); Newsletter (1987); Newspaper article (1969); “Let’s Look at Steward’s” United Church publication (1961).

              St. David's United Church (Leduc)
              Stout family fonds
              PR0360 · Fonds · 1876-2013

              The fonds is mainly composed of records that document different aspects of Monte Stout’s life, but also includes records of Clarence and Jessie Stout. The fonds consists of the diaries of Clarence Stout and Jessie Stout, cards and postcards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, drafts, wills and probates, genealogical records, citizenship documents, marriage and death certificates, an Alberta Inauguration speech, research, reports, agendas, minutes, properties and assets, leases and agreements, studies, surveys, plans, maps, oral histories, day planners, flight logs, R.C.A.F. workbooks and textbooks, school records, and yearbooks. Photographs, negatives, and slides are of Monte Stout’s R.C.A.F. service and activities, fellow servicemen, shipyards, offices, job sites, coworkers, airplanes, air photos, friends, family, and survey photos. Videocassettes are interviews with pilots and veterans and the cinefilm are home movies by Monte Stout of family, Edmonton, Calgary and Hay River.

              Stout family
              Vern Hunter fonds
              PR1351 · Fonds · Copied 1983

              The fonds consists of 11 images dating circa (ca.) 1915 to 1968, including an aerial views of the Imperial Leduc No. 1 oil field, Imperial Leduc No. 1 gushing, the 14th Troop of the Calgary Boy Scouts, the Hunter family home with parents and brothers, Vern, a Good Luck plaque on Vern’s departure from Devon for Redwater.

              Hunter, Vern