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            Alberta Snyder fonds
            PR1615 · Fonds · 1899-1914

            Fonds consists of photographs depicting men and equipment at Fraser’s Lumber Camp in Edmonton, Alberta and the Rundle Methodist Church at Fraser Flats.

            Snyder, Alberta
            Alfred Rathgeber fonds
            PR1418 · Fonds · Copied 1984

            The fonds consists of copied images, originally dating circa (ca.) 1940 to 1955, predominantly 1950 to 1955, of sawmill operations on the Sunchild First Nation Reserve #202, and at Porcupine Hills, Alder Flats and Wenham Valley; the images include portable sawmills, logging trucks, camps, the hauling and loading of logs, as well as bridge construction over the North Saskatchewan River near the mouth of the Brazeau River, the Evangelical Mission Covenant Church and students in Winfield, Wenham Valley students, gravel loading at Buck Creek, the Sundre Stampede Rodeo, and a milk truck accident in Edmonton.

            Rathgeber, Alfred
            Alma Williams fonds
            PR0825 · Fonds · Copied 1980

            The fonds consists of 8 copied photographs. The photographs are undated, but were originally from about 1909. The photographs feature the McPhee family (Peter McPhee), the Niton Camp, Edmonton’s McDougall Avenue (100 Street), and the Stony Plain fair, and also include carriages, a prairie schooner, an automobile, oxen, cattle, logging boats, and logging.

            Williams, Alma
            Bert Silverman fonds
            PR2189 · Fonds · 1919-[1939]

            The fonds consists of 34 views of the Royal Visit of the Prince of Wales dating from 1919; 5 views of the Royal Visit of King George in 1939; 79 views of Edmonton dating from 1920 - [1923]; 9 views of Banff and Lake Louise dating from the 1920's; 31 views of Nova Scotia, British Columbia, and Mexico dating from the 1920's and 1930's; and 36 views of buildings, airplanes, and lumber camps from Alberta dating from the 1920's to the 1930's.

            Silverman, Bert
            PR3021 · Collection · Copied 1971

            The collection consists of copies of photographs dating from the 1870s to the 1910s in Alberta from the City of Edmonton Archives and includes images featuring Fort Saskatchewan, a log cabin, teepees near Fort Carlton, coal mining in Edmonton, the first jail in Calgary, Calgary's first City Hall, Calgary's first Land Titles Office, D. Ricker's lumber camps at Poplar Creek, and Main Street in Tofield. There are also photographs of churches in Edson and views of Fort McMurray.

            City of Edmonton Archives
            David A. Florence fonds
            PR1055 · Fonds · Copied 1979, 1981

            The fonds consists of images from 1937 to 1939 of logging on the Freeman River, as well as the operations at the Chisholm Sawmills, and include lumber camps, the transportation of lumber, the loading of a go-devil, log poling, a portable diesel sawmill, a wannigan (floating tent where the men ate and slept), the chief gardener Alex Patton, and a view of Fort Assiniboine.

            Florence, David A.
            PR0653 · Fonds · 1956

            Fonds consists of photographs depicting the Burmis logging camp and sawmill in Burmis, Alberta.

            Bradley, Elsie and William
            Frank Clifford Nash fonds
            PR3641 · Fonds · 1929-1931

            The fonds consists of photos depicting work sites in Beaver River and Phoenix, Alberta related to the lumber industry. Shown are work camps, transportation of lumber, sawmills, bridge and road construction, and logging sites.

            Nash, Frank Clifford
            Les Cirka fonds
            PR1063 · Fonds · [18-?]-[19-?]

            Fonds consists of photographs depicting images of the logging industry including camps, loggers, equipment, log buildings, horses, and Birtle Lumber Yard, in Birtle, Manitoba, owned by J.D. McArthur.

            Cirka, Les
            Thomas Gushul fonds
            PR2470 · Fonds · [ca. 1922]

            The fonds consists of a photograph of a lumber camp in Crowsnest Pass, taken by Thomas Gushul in ca. 1922.

            Gushul, Thomas