Missions and missionaries

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        Yamabe, Wright family fonds
        PR3683 · Fonds · 1895-2010

        The fonds consists of records related to the Yamabe and Wright families, the Church of God (especially the Camrose Church of God), and the Alberta Bible Institute/Gardner College.

        Yamabe, Wright family
        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
        PR1090 · Fonds · 1909-1971

        The fonds includes newspaper clippings, a Cree election pamphlet (1911), Alberta: A Land for Living magazines, Gyro Club of Edmonton roster book, a copy of Jerry Potts, plainsman (by Hugh Dempsay), a copy of The Prairie Garden (magazine), certificates belonging to Harry and Edwin Henry Turton, a marriage certificate for Kenneth Campbell MacLeod and Winifred Viola Macdonald (1920), booklets about Freemasonry, Jacques De Molay (order of De Molay) and the Grand Lodge of Alberta, a souvenir program of 1939 Royal Visit, a booklet of Alberta Historic Sites, Clarence Tillenius wildlife and prairie prints, and photographs and photographic postcards mostly dating circa (ca.) 1909 to 1915 and 1952, including Grouard, Sawridge, Sturgeon Lake, Peace River, Dunvegan, Athabasca Landing and the areas around Lesser Slave Lake, and include Cree Nation Chiefs Moostoosh and Kinisāoo, the Peace River landing, the first car in Grouard, Sturgeon Lake Mission, churches, local people, mail delivery, homesteads, main streets, horses and carts, stores, buildings, bridges, snowploughs, dogsleds, Indigenous peoples, as well as photographs and photographic postcards of Fort Edmonton, views of Edmonton, the 1915 Edmonton flood, 19th Alberta Dragoons, First World War Honour rolls, soldiers, mountain scenes around Banff, portraits of John Stocks, L.C. Charlesworth, H.P. Keith, J.D. Robertson, G.H.N. Monkman, Peter Tomkins, Kenneth MacLeod, Winifred Macdonald, and postcards from Bath, Folkestone and Taunton, England.

        Turton, William Henry and Edwin Henry
        PR3925 · Fonds · [192-]-[193-]

        The fonds consists of photographs taken by missionaries of the sites they visited in Alberta and other Prairie provinces, as well as correspondence and records of Eva Hasell.

        Western Canada Sunday School Caravan Mission
        PR2811 · Collection · 1889 - 1987

        The fonds consists of letters from Father Collignon of the St. Bernard Mission in Grouard, Alberta to Father Le Serrec of the St. Charles Mission in Dunvegan, Alberta dating from 1889. The fonds also includes photocopies of the letters, and typed transcriptions of the letters into French and English dating from 1987 written by Louise Zuk.

        St. Charles Mission
        PR3349 · Fonds · 1983-1986

        The records consist of minutes of meetings, financial statements and by-laws, and the unpublished manuscript Des missionnaires en Alberta, a research paper on the Oblates that worked in Alberta.

        Society Historique et Généalogique
        Room A137 collection
        PR3113 · Collection · 1906 - 1966

        The collection consists of material found in Room A137 of the Provincial Museum and Archives Building in 1969. The collection includes: Edmonton and District Labour Council Annuals published by the Edmonton Trades and Labour Council and the Calgary Labour Council dating from 1951 - 1961; a booklet entitled "Boy Blue's Verses" by Frederick Balmer Watt (1918); the first annual report of the North Alberta Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society in Canada and Newfoundland (1938); regulations providing for the election of representatives of the Armed Forces (1944); a conference paper presented by Ernest Manning (1945); a booklet entitled "The Magpie Menace" by Kerry Wood; Alberta Public Service pamphlets (1955); informational pamphlets on Alberta's Jubilee Auditoriums of Calgary and Edmonton (1955); a program of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Historical Society of Alberta (1959); Peace River and District Telephone Directory (1963); copy of the "Tattler" published by the Minus One Club of Edmonton (1955); pamphlets and postcards related to the history of Edmonton circa 1950s; a photo album entitled "The Canadian Pacific Rockies"; 25 photogravures published by Byron Harmon circa 1900; copies of the Raymond Review Aug 3, 1966 and Aug 10, 1966; Vol. 1, No. 1 of the Explorer first centennial edition, Peace River Country (1967); a copy of the Alberta Red Cross News Pictorial Campaign No. 3 (1925); a copy of the Edmonton Journal "Annual Review and Forecast (1967); an illustrated booklet celebrating Alberta's Golden Jubilee; Edmonton Transit System passes dating from the 1960s; and 6 blueprints indicating the construction of streets in Carstairs and Wetaskiwin, Alberta (1906).

        Unknown donor
        PR1761 · Fonds · 1954-1996

        The fonds consists of the personal records of Rolland and Thelma Smith relating to the Northland Indian Mission and the Lubicon Mission School, and includes Northland Indian Mission newsletters, programs, music, song books, Smith Wedding Anniversary programs, a photograph of Rolland and Thelma, photographs of students and the mission school, broadcasts of Circuit Rider and scripts of Morning Mediations on CKYL (Peace River), newspaper articles, a manuscript by Rolland Smith, a slide presentation with script and slides and fabric from a plane that crashed in Peace River.

        Smith, Rolland and Thelma
        Rita Stevens fonds
        PR2008 · Fonds · Copied 1979

        The fonds consists of copies of a brief biography of Robert Watt Lendrum, and an autobiography entitled "Biography of Pioneer Days" by Mrs. A.L. Brick (Sarah Brock Lendrum), and images, originally dating from the 1890s to 1954 from the Old Slave Lake, Lesser Slave Lake and Peace River areas, primarily from the Brick family's early days in the area, including images of log buildings, horses, carts, trails, dog sleds, mission, Métis, camps, police barracks, threshing machines, students, farms and members of the Brick family.

        Stevens, Rita
        PR2895 · Fonds · 1993

        The fonds consists of a booklet entitled, "A Historical Perspective of Pigeon Lake Reserve #138A" written by Casey Rowan and Rik Yellowbird in 1993.

        Contents of the file include an historical and commemorative account of the Reserve’s history, notes on the Rundle mission, surrender of the land near the Village of Mameo Beach, and a list of the original families of the reserve. It also contains information on mineral resources and issues, leadership then and now, a vision for the future, the Pigeon Lake Satellite Health Unit, and leadership of the four bands of [Maskwacis] Hobbema (Samson Cree Nation, [Montana First Nation] Montana Band, [Ermineskin Cree Nation] Ermineskin Band, Louis Bull Band). The publication also contains a bibliography at the end and images throughout.

        Yellowbird, Rik
        Reverend Marchmont Ing fonds
        PR3794 · Fonds · Copied 2008

        Material consists of the memoirs of Reverend Marchmont Ing.

        Ing, Marchmont
        PR0003 · Fonds · 1842-2018

        The fonds as a whole includes the administrative and the operational records of OMI Lacombe and its predecessor bodies in western and northern Canada, from both the civil corporation and the canonical entity. It consists of administrative, financial, personnel, personal, parish and mission and institutional records, as well as those relating to the First Nations, and to indigenous affairs, and to the evangelization of the First Nations peoples. The records include textual and published material, photographs and negatives, sound, film and video recordings, cartographic material, architectural drawings and plans.

        The fonds includes the records created by Grandin Province, the Province of Alberta-Saskatchewan, the Vice-Province of Mackenzie, the Vice-Province of Grouard, as well as their predecessors, and records of OMI Lacombe Canada related to portions of the west, after 2003.

        Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Lacombe Canada
        Marlene Jerred fonds
        PR1427 · Fonds · 1908-1924

        The fonds consists of photographic postcards, photographs and postcards from Okotoks, Lethbridge, Millarville, Saddle Lake, Fort Chipewyan, Athabasca Landing, Fort Smith and Fort McMurray of buildings, churches, missions, barn building, residents, dog teams, horses, houses, boats and canoes, rivers, horse races, and some of the Calgary Stampede.

        Jerred, Marlene
        Marilyn L. Franklyn fonds
        PR2015 · Fonds · [191-]

        The fonds consists of photographs from Grouard and High Prairie and include images of the Grouard main street, the Indian Agents Quarters and Police Barracks at Grouard, the Grouard school, a bridge at High Prairie, the loading of hay on to a train at High Prairie, the Canadian Bank of Commerce at High Prairie, and window display of Cree artifacts, and postcards from Big Point of an Indigenous family along with tipi and log building, the Grouard Mission and the Grouard main street.

        Franklyn, Marilyn L.
        Malcolm Lott fonds
        PR2618 · Fonds · [ca. 1900 - 1930]

        The fonds consists of photographs featuring a variety of scenes in Alberta including a deer hunt, individuals on a lake, school children and a teacher gathered in front of a school house, a group of children and two men in front of a house, a man chopping a tree, the construction of railway through the mountains, a homestead, and a mill on the river. The fonds also includes a series of postcards pertaining to catholic missionary work in Northern Alberta including Fort Resolution, a church in Fort Providence, missionaries, First Nations, and Great Bear Lake. The photographs and postcards date from ca. 1900 to 1930s.

        Lott, Malcolm
        Lucien Mercier fonds
        PR1233 · Fonds · [ca. 1916-ca. 1938]

        Fonds consists of photographs and mechanically and photographically produced postcards depicting Lucien Mercier and his wife, as well as various people, buildings, and views in Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories, including Inuit women, First Nations men and women, dredges, ferries, mills, rivers, churches, airplanes, stores, railroad stations and accidents, hotels, floods, fishing and fish drying, caribou, trading posts, trucks, street views, aerial and panoramic views, banks, hospitals, shipyards, post offices, bituminous oil production plants, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, fires, dogsleds, and houses. Fonds also includes a caribou skin map depicting Slave Lake, Alberta, and newspaper clippings about Lucien Mercier.

        Mercier, Lucien
        Léo Cloutier fonds
        PR1742 · Fonds · Copied 1992

        The fonds consists of images, possibly dating from the 1930s, of the interior altar at Lac La Biche Mission and an aerial view of the Mission.

        Cloutier, Léo
        John Gilpin fonds
        PR1104 · Fonds · 1914-1956

        Fonds consists of records mainly pertaining to the Northern Alberta Railways Company (NAR), Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR), and Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway (ED&BC), and other railway companies and includes copied menus dating 1920, operation manuals, blank report forms, trainmen’s wages and merit tickets, a conductor’s ticket report book, and photographs, copied photographs and negatives depicting various railroad cars, locomotives, employees, trackage, accidents and stations in various parts of Alberta, including Peace River, Dunvegan Yards, Edmonton, Waterways, Grouard, Sexsmith, Watino, Grand Prairie, Sawridge, Smoky River, Nordegg, McLennan, Slave lake, Lesser Slave Lake, Widewater, Dog Island, and Salteaux Landing. Fonds also includes images of Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) boats and trading posts, tennis players, coal mine employees, buildings, equipment and machinery at Nordegg, Alberta, hotels, street views, sawmills, missions, houses, and a Dominion Land Office.

        Gilpin, John
        J.B. Tyrrell collection
        PR2850 · Collection · Copied 1966

        The collection consists of copies of photographs taken in 1881, 1883, 1886 and 1900 by J.B. Tyrrell of locations in Alberta. The photographs feature Chipewyan, Hudson's Bay Company posts, Fort McKay, Red River carts, the Athabasca River, Smith's landing, Lac La Biche, Saddle Lake Mission, sled dogs, the Red Deer Settlement, Edmonton, Lorne Crossing, Blackfoot Creek, Bear Lake, Red River Carts, Calgary, Rocky Mountain House, Fort Pitt, Fort Saskatchewan, and Battle Lake.

        Tyrrell, J.B.
        German Church of God fonds
        PR0668 · Fonds · Copied 1972

        Fonds consists of six radio broadcasts made by the German Church of God, one in 1969 and the rest in 1972.

        German Church of God
        Gerald Hutchinson fonds
        PR3861 · Fonds · 1957 - 1990

        The fonds consists of a photocopy of a transcript of the trail of Reverend James Evans, and a letter from R. Alder to Sir George Simpson concerning the Trail in 1846. The fonds also includes agreements regarding the Rundle Mission dating from 1957 – 1990.

        Hutchinson, Gerald M.
        George Brandak fonds
        PR3156 · Fonds · 1973

        The fonds consists of a copy of George Brandak's Master's Thesis entitled, "A Study in the Missionary Activity in the Diocese of Athabasca, 1884- 1903."

        Brandak, George
        Gene Gregoret fonds
        PR3666 · Fonds · 1968-1980

        The fonds consists of release prints, A and B rolls, answer prints, inter-negatives, original camera rolls (negative and reversal), mixed soundtracks, and original audio reels created for Viator Films documentaries. Most of these films focus on Cree communities in northern Alberta. These titles are This Place—Chipewyan Lakes, Spring Beaver, 40 Yards of Canvas, The Craftsman, Voice of My Grandmother, Season of the Birch, Lac Ste. Anne Experience, and Trout Lake. These films cover a variety of topics including Cree oral traditions, beaver trapping, woodcarving, traditional canoe construction, teepee construction, the Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage, and Catholic missionaries. There are also two films that focus on the Caribbean immigrant experience in Alberta or life in the Caribbean (Tradewinds: West Indians in Alberta and Sweet Barbados).

        The photographs depict various Cree subjects from Chipewyan Lakes, Trout Lake, and other northern Albertan communities. The textual material consists of editing notes, shot lists, and production diaries.

        Gregoret, Gene
        G. C. Mathews fonds
        PR1685 · Fonds · 1903-1933

        Fonds consists of annotated photographs of various people, buildings and views mainly in Peace River, Alberta and includes school children and buildings, churches, weddings, street views, banks, businesses, hospitals, ferries, bridges, steam boats, missionaries and mission buildings, the Grouard Trail, agricultural exhibitions, agricultural scenes, livestock, an HBC trading post, a group of Dominion land surveyors, water falls, the Peace River, oil wells, sled dogs, automobiles, airplanes, women’s and men’s sports teams, and North West Mounted Police (NWMP) barracks. Fonds also includes photographs of Athabasca Landing and the Hay River Mission.

        Mathews, G. C.
        Elizabeth Taralson fonds
        PR1763 · Fonds · 1955-1960

        The fonds consists of photographs from the Lubicon Mission School, including images of the digging of a well, livestock, horses, students and staff, buildings, trucks, classroom, and the lake.

        Taralson, Elizabeth
        Eliza McDougall fonds
        PR2653 · Fonds · [ca. 1932]

        The fonds consists of a transcript of an address by Eliza McDougall documenting her life as a missionary in Alberta, including among the Stoney Nakoda Peoples at Morleyville.

        McDougall, Eliza
        Eileen Paris fonds
        PR3100 · Fonds · [193? - 194?]

        The fonds consists of materials pertaining to Eileen Paris' missionary work with the Athabasca Diocese and includes images of Sunday School Outdoors, the Sunday School Caravan, church buildings at Big Coulee, the environment of Athabasca, a residential school, and First Nations dating from the 1930s and 1940s.

        Paris, Eileen
        Doug Babcock fonds
        PR0943 · Fonds · Copied 1974

        Fonds consists of copied photographs that date from circa (ca.) 1848-1922, predominantly 1901-1922, that depict various people, buildings, and views in Chipewyn, Sawridge, Slave Lake, Fort Vermilion, Athabasca Landing, and Fort McMurray, Alberta including a Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) officer, paddle steamers, Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) boats, a government telegraph office, log cabins, street views, a sawmill, a cemetery, school teachers, and missionaries.

        Babcock, Doug
        PR2620 · Fonds · [ca. 1940]

        The fonds consists of 4 photographs featuring Dorothea and Oscar Lowry circa 1940.

        Lowry, Dorothea and Oscar
        Delores J. Dunn fonds
        PR1762 · Fonds · 1956-1963

        The fonds consists of photographs from the Lubicon Mission School, including images of students and staff, buildings, and classrooms.

        Dunn, Delores J.
        David Neil Allison fonds
        PR2073 · Fonds · 1912-1924

        The fonds consists of images taken during David Neil Allison's trip up the Athabasca and Mackenzie Rivers in Alberta dating from 1912-1913. The fonds includes images First Nations Peoples, towns, settlements, missions, industry, and the North West Mounted Police. The fonds also includes correspondence related to the financial activities of the Appleton School District No. 2818, and a farmer's handbook dating from 1913 to 1924.

        Allison, David Neil
        Clara Southwell fonds
        PR3120 · Fonds · Copied 1970 (originally created 1910)

        The fonds consists of typed transcription of Clara Southwell's diary. The transcription describes Clara's trip by train from Field, British Columbia to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1910.

        Southwell, Clara
        Charles McLaughlin fonds
        PR3079 · Fonds · Copied 1970

        The fonds consists of 113 photographs originating from Charles McLaughlin's family photograph albums circa 1911 to 1957. The fonds features images of plowing, the Athabasca River, Jarvis Creek, the McLaughlin home, deer, a hunting party, pack horses, the McLeod River, mountain goats, caribou, cars, Peace Country, scows, canoes, Athabasca, First Nations peoples, Grouard, Sawridge, the Hart River, the Revillon Brothers' Store, and missionary sites.

        McLaughlin, Charles E.
        PR3018 · Fonds · [ca. 1926] - 1945

        The fonds consists of materials documenting the activities of the Alberta Prophetic Bible Institute circa 1926 to 1945 and includes: bulletins; pamphlets; lectures; bylaws; platforms; brochures and pamphlets related to Social Credit theory; and photographs of Ernest Manning speaking at the Institute.

        Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute
        A.S. Cummings fonds
        PR0748 · Fonds · 1973-1975

        Fonds consists of reminiscences written by A.S. Cummings entitled Slow Train to the Foothills, 1910, The Yellowhead Pass, 1911, and Life at Mannville, Alberta 1908-1909. Fonds also includes a copied newspaper clipping from the Christian Guardian containing an article written by A.S. Cummings dated 1910, and an oral history given by A.S. Cummings to Frontier College in 1975.

        Cummings, A.S.
        Anderson family fonds
        PR3733 · Fonds · 1884-2011

        The fonds consists of materials documenting the life of the Anderson family in the latter part of the 19th to mid-20th centuries including account books, journals, a family history, photographs, and negatives. Images depict the Anderson farm and family, as well as the areas of Stavely and Alix, Alberta. Included are records of the family’s involvement with the Four Square Gospel Church in Los Angeles, and subsequent evangelism that took place in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

        Charles O. Anderson family