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            A.R. Aldridge fonds
            PR0426 · Fonds · 1888-1917

            Fonds consists of correspondence and teaching certificates of Rev. A.R. Aldridge.

            Aldridge, A.R.
            David Simpson fonds
            PR0171 · Fonds · 1907-1966

            Fonds consists of records relating to Simpson’s work as a travelling preacher for the construction gangs on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, including correspondence, photographs and copies of newspaper clippings. Fonds also consists of calendar pictures depicting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

            Simpson, David
            Demetrius Metro Ponich fonds
            PR1328 · Fonds · 1900-1982

            The fonds consists of photocopies, originally written in the 1970s, of the Ponich’s diary, memoirs of Demetrius Metro Ponich, including immigration to Canada from the Ukraine and life on the family homestead, and an “Autobiographical and Historical Account of Settlement in the Pakan and Smoke Lake Areas” by Ponich, edited and transcribed by Isidore Goresky. The fonds also includes 125 photographs, 97 negatives, and 8 rpm discs, belonging to Ponich, documenting the people and activities of the Pakan, and Smoky Lake, Alberta area dating from 1900 to 1930.

            Ponich, Demetrius Metro
            Finlay family fonds
            PR1435 · Fonds · 1890-1976

            The fonds consists of the records of the Finlay family; they primarily concern Robert Eddy Finlay, including those pertaining to his position as a minister (sermons, pastor’s visiting books, notes), as wells as certificates, correspondence, notes, personal accounts, interviews, an audio recording of the 60th anniversary of his ordination (with copies of the original reel on audiocassette and a USB memory device), an autobiography, programs, orders of services from and information about various Alberta churches, historical writings, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings; family records include Finlay genealogical information, will and testaments, transcripts of Stevie’s and Robert’s funerals, and photograph albums with over 500 photographs of family, friends, parishioners, and churches; records of other members of the family include a diary and sermons of Stevie Finlay, and correspondence of the other members of the family.

            Finlay family
            Gwen Cross fonds
            PR2386 · Fonds · [1900 - 1940]

            The fonds consists of images featuring individuals, buildings, St. Andrew's Methodist Church, and activities of the Lake Saskatoon, Alberta region dating from ca. 1900 - 1940 taken by an unknown photographer. The fonds includes photographs of Reverend F.W. Moxhay and Edna Moxhay.

            Cross, Gwen
            Harry Coates fonds
            PR0584 · Fonds · 1910 - 1966, predominant 1911 - 1922

            Fonds consists of photographs and correspondence related to the beginning of Rev. Coates' ministry (arrival in Canada, education in Edmonton, Alberta and first parsonage in Blackie, Alberta) and the marriage and early life of Rev. and Mrs. Coates. Photographs include Rev. Coates' first church and parsonage in Blackie, Alberta in 1917. Textual materials consist of 3 letters, wedding invitation, music book and obituary. Fonds also consists of black and white and hand coloured lantern slides, photographs, and negatives, taken by Harry Coates, which depict various people and views in northern Alberta areas such as Athabasca Landing, Dunvegan, Grande Prairie, and Lake Saskatoon.

            Coates, Harry
            Irene Stainton fonds
            PR1790 · Fonds · 1916-1919

            The fonds consists of images of students attending Alberta College (South) and includes images of the Students’ Council and the Young Men’s Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.) executive; the images include T.J. Stainton.

            Stainton, Irene
            Lewis-Mallett family fonds
            PR4026 · Fonds · 1906-2018

            The fonds consists of photographs belonging to both Mallett and Lewis, along with explanatory notes compiled by the donor.

            The photographs show various Methodist churches served by Lewis and various sites across rural northern Alberta taken by Lewis during his 1913 tour of the area as part of his missionary duties.

            Mallett’s photographs depict hospitals and hospital staff in Lamont and Mundare.

            Lewis, William Allen
            Nellie Clegg fonds
            PR1757 · Fonds · 1909-1950

            The fonds consists of images of attendees of a conference at the Metropolitan Methodist Church in Edmonton, the Alberta College (South) building (which became St. Stephen's College after Church Union in 1925), students attending Alberta College (South) including images of the Glee Club and Students' Council, students from a summer school at St. Stephen's College, various individuals involved with St. Stephen's College and a postcard of theological graduates from Alberta College (South).

            Clegg, Nellie
            Orrin German fonds
            PR2417 · Fonds · 1885

            The fonds consists of a published translation of English Methodist hymns translated into Cree by Orrin German entitled, Methodist hymns, translated into the Cree language. / By Orrin German/ Methodist nikumoowina. ? meskooche itusinuhuk nuheyuw?winik ise Orrin German (Toronto, Methodist Mission Rooms, 1885).

            German, Orrin
            Rev. Harry Peters fonds
            PR4245 · Fonds · 1964

            The fonds contains records holding information on William George Mulligan (1855-1936), Mary Mulligan Peters (1890-1926), and a Mulligan family tree. It also includes a photograph of the 1917 graduating class of Alberta College South and information on the first Methodist church in Bon Accord (est. 1915).

            Peters, Harry
            Reverend Marchmont Ing fonds
            PR3794 · Fonds · Copied 2008

            Material consists of the memoirs of Reverend Marchmont Ing.

            Ing, Marchmont
            Robert K. Peck fonds
            PR0140 · Fonds · 1945-1958

            Fonds consists of notes by Rev. Peck and related documents on his life history, including newspaper clippings, drafts of correspondence and narratives written by the creator.

            Peck, Robert K.
            Robert Rundle fonds
            PR4010 · Fonds · (before 1974)

            This fonds contains a bound copy of a typewritten copy of the contents of Robert Rundle’s journal. The original journal which this copies from was used by Rundle between March 16 of 1840 and July 29 of 1848. This journal has been labeled as an “extract” of the original journal, and so may not include the full contents of the journal written in by Robert Rundle. The copy in these fonds is typed in chronological order, with entries labeled by date and with varying lengths of entries. The entries are more often shorter closer to the end of the journal.

            The last few pages of the copy in this fonds include some commentary on Rundle’s work and quotes from a few articles and letters that mentioned him. There is also a loose-leaf photocopied version, which contains the same information as the journal transferred from the Legislative Library.

            Rundle, Robert
            W. T. Young fonds
            PR0165 · Fonds · 1845-1953, predominant 1845-1925

            Fonds consists of lantern slides and lecture notes about the Frank and Hillcrest mine disasters and of Paul Kane prints, as well as newspaper clippings and a copy of a taped interview with C.B. Aikens regarding the Crowsnest Pass.

            Young, W.T.
            PR2168 · Fonds · 1962

            The fonds consists of the reminiscences of William Henry and Florence Nightingale Pike covering the period of 1910-47. The material was compiled in 1962.

            Pike, William Henry and Florence