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          Greenwood family fonds
          PR1797 · Fonds · 1886-1925

          The fonds consists of birth and marriage certificates for Peter and Helena Greenwood.

          Greenwood, Peter
          Hennig, Manz family fonds
          PR1997 · Fonds · 1875-1918

          The fonds consists of baptismal, confirmation and marriage certificate for various members of the Manz and Hennig families. The fonds also includes the naturalization certificate and certificate of homestead patent for Jacob Hennig.

          Hennig, Manz family
          Jack M. Manson fonds
          PR2617 · Fonds · 1863 - 1979

          The fonds consists of photographs of sporting events in Alberta, predominantly women's basketball, dating from the 1920s to the 1940s; engraving plates for letterpresses printing; programs from the Bijou, Capital, Empress, Metropolitan, Orpheum, Pantages, and Temple Theatre dating from the 1920s to the 1970s; newspaper clippings, photographs, and magazines documenting the history of Alberta dating from 1876 to the 1960's; and a marriage certificate for John and Emma Ervin dating from 1863.

          Manson, Jack M.
          Morrison family fonds
          PR1920 · Fonds · 1875-1985

          The fonds consists of the family records of the Morrison family and includes an official copy of the birth certificate of Edward Whitney, the marriage certificates of Edward Whitney and Violetta Wood and Frederick Morrison and Mabel Whitney, creative writing by Mabel, pages from Mabel’s notebook, a handout from Mabel Morrison’s memorial service, family histories, obituaries, correspondence to various family members, and photographs of the family members, camping at Medicine Lake, family residences in Vegreville and Edmonton and a “Vote Morrison” sign hung from a car.

          Morrison family