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          PR3341 · Fonds · 1994-2003

          The fonds consists of slides, video, photographs, and textual material created and used by the Alberta Arts Festival Association in the course of their work promoting Albertan arts festivals.

          Alberta Arts Festivals Association
          PR3554 · Fonds · 1951-2006

          The records include financial statements of the association, related concert bulletins, periodicals, newsletters and convention schedules, as well as bylaws of the association over its history. These records document the history of the Alberta Band Association and its development over time.

          Alberta Band Association
          PR2071 · Collection · 1945-1955

          The fonds consists of ten 78 RPM LP recordings by the artists Stu Davis and the Northwesterners, Lennie Siebert and the Calgary Chuck Wagon Gang, Vic Siebert and the Westernnaires, King Ganum and his Sons of the West, Bill Dixie Hilton and his Calgary Range Riders, Buddy Reynolds with Calgary Range Riders, Keray Regan, Scotty Stevenson with the Edmonton Eskimos, Scotty Stevenson and the Canadian Nighthawks, and Lucille Starr. The fonds dates from 1945-1955.

          Leonard, Dave
          PR0254 · Fonds · 1915-1985

          The fonds consists of the business records of the Alberta Music Festival Association and its branches. The fonds includes three sous-fonds, the Calgary Branch sous-fonds, the Edmonton Branch sous-fonds, and the Lethbridge Branch sous-fonds, and the following records from the provincial level: provincial executive minutes, general minutes, agendas, notices of meetings, a cashbook, financial statements, festival planning records, correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, The Alberta Music Festival Association Master Awards Book, digest reports from the Conferences of Delegates from the Musical Competition Festivals of Western Canada and then of Canada, and digest reports from the Federation of Canadian Music Festival

          Alberta Music Festival Association
          PR2539 · Fonds · 1985 - 1993

          The fonds consists of records used, maintained, and created by the Alberta Music Industry Association dating from 1987 to 1993 including office files consisting of correspondence, reports, press releases, resumes, mailing lists, membership lists pertaining to members, associations, and events; files related to the presentation of ARIA awards consisting of accounts, reports, forms, correspondence, contracts, and planning notes; and records pertaining to artists including artist biographies with accompanying video and sound recordings.

          Alberta Music Industry Association
          Alberta Nelson fonds
          PR3091 · Fonds · [between 1910 - 1918]

          The fonds consists of materials pertaining to Alberta Nelson's life in Edmonton between 1906-1918 and includes images of the Strathcona Military Hospital; a group of individuals in front of the Legislature Building; the first Alberta Music Festival group photograph held at Thistle Rink in Edmonton; the "Temple of Fame" Pageant held at the Bijou Theatre in Edmonton; Dr. McCarney Wilson and a short biography of Dr. Wilson; the Alberta College Student's Music Group at McDougall Church in Edmonton; and Professor Chisholm's Violin Class.

          Nelson, Alberta
          PR0030 · Fonds · 1932-2014

          The fonds consists of the by-laws, minutes, membership lists, financial records, correspondence and newsletters of the Edmonton branch of the Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Association (1932-2013); a historical summary of activities in the Calgary branch (1936-1977); records concerning the Provincial Board Meetings and Annual General Meetings (1938-2013) held by the Edmonton branch of the Association; and photographs from various ARMTA events (1975-2014).

          A portion of the records are from the organization of the CFMTA convention “Peak Performance” held in Calgary in 2005. These include a final report, minutes, financials, competition material, applicants, registration documents, pamphlets and inserts, and other convention material.

          Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Assocation
          PR2095 · Collection · 1948-[197-?]

          The collection consists of two Alberta School Broadcast songbooks: "Sing and Play" from 1954 -1955, by Jane McIlrena and "Music Makers" from 1960 - 1961 by Hazel Robinson. The collection also contains 33 transcription discs created for Alberta School Broadcasts featuring music and narrated books such as Ivanhoe. The discs also include broadcasts featuring information on explorers of the Northwest Territories including David Thompson, James Cook, Henry Kelsey, Samuel Hearne, and Anthony Henday. The transcription discs date from 1948 to 1949. The audio cassettes consist of several episodes from the following series: World of Today, Alberta at Work, We Live in Alberta, Alberta Album, Adventure Time, and Pioneer Communities. These episodes likely date from the 1970s. There are also photographs of recording sessions.

          Alberta School Broadcasts
          Anne Rivet fonds
          PR2758 · Fonds · [ca. 1929 - 1970]

          The fonds consists of copies sheet music for the piano dating from the 1920s to the 1970s of Canadian and Alberta folk songs, and popular music as well as sheet music written during classical, romantic, and baroque periods.

          Rivet, Anne
          Audrey and John Martyn fonds
          PR3665 · Fonds · 1949-2014

          The fonds consists of the records of John and Audrey Martyn. The records pertaining to Audrey Martyn comprise correspondence, mainly post cards, spanning a few decades; year books and report cards; records related to her advertising company; and presentations related to teaching. The fonds also includes certificates of recognition for both Audrey and John Martyn, family events memorabilia, and records related to John Martyn’s death. The photographs are of either family or related to Audrey and John’s professional work.

          The records related to John Martyn include class notes from his technical training in sheet metal, documents related to his involvement with the XI Commonwealth Games held at Edmonton in 1978, and with the Sourdough Raft Race and the Edmonton City Civic Truck Roadeo. Also included are audio recordings produced in majority in Alberta or with Albertan singers of Ukrainian folk music, recordings of various shows or events where John Martyn’s bands or other Albertan bands played Ukrainian folk, or original studio recordings of Ukrainian music, including a unique audio CD featuring the dulcimer player Nick Mischi and Peter Kassian’s orchestra, and a video recording of Nick Mischi performing live on a TV show.

          Martyn, Audrey and John
          PR1565 · Fonds · 1984-1985

          The fonds consists of the records of the TriBACH festival director, Michael Tabbitt, regarding the planning and organizing of the festival, and includes correspondence, contracts, agreements, pamphlets, and programs, and three notebooks of newspaper clippings about the TriBACH Festival.

          Bach Tercentenary Festival 1985 Foundation
          Ben Tobiasson fonds
          PR2841 · Fonds · 1973 - 1993

          The fonds consists of 2 recordings of Frank Gay performing on CKUA radio dating from 1973 and 1980, and 2 recordings by Ben Tobiasson: Lotus in the Snow (1993) and Free Spirit (1992).

          Tobiasson, Ben
          Beta Sound Recorders fonds
          PR2252 · Fonds · 1973-1993

          The fonds consists of 97 multitrack and 102 safety master audio tapes featuring local Edmonton and Alberta musicians, and locally produced soundtracks and commercials dating from 1973 to 1993.

          Beta Sound Recorders
          Big Miller fonds
          PR2285 · Fonds · 1932 - 1992

          The fonds consists of sheet music used, annotated and created by Big Miller throughout his musical career including arrangements, transpositions, set lists, lyric sheets, compositions, and song books dating from the 1950s to the 1990s; financial records consisting of forms and correspondence dating from the 1990s; musical recordings consisting of studio recordings by Big Miller, live recordings of Big Miller performing with various bands including performances with Blues Machine at the Sidetrack Café in Edmonton, Alberta, dubbed recordings Big Miller created of jazz, big band, blues, funk, and soul musicians; recordings of local blues and jazz musicians from Edmonton recordings studios such as Beta Sound Recorders, Big Miller recording with Tommy Banks for CBC Radio, and Big Miller's appearances on The Tommy Banks Show and other radio programs dating from the 1960s to the 1990s; a biographical manuscript consisting of a chapter summary and first draft of Chapter 1 of Big Blues: The Autobiography of Clarence Horatius Miller written in 1990 with Nigel Darbasie; a National Film Board documentary film entitled Big and the Blues (1990); 2 VHS recordings featuring Big Miller performances dating from 1992; newspaper clippings documenting Big Miller's accomplishments dating from the 1980s and 1990s; and promotional photographs of Big Miller dating from the 1990s.

          Miller, Big
          Bijou Theatre Collection
          PR4081 · Collection · 1887-1959

          The fonds is composed of several posters, advertisements, and bulletins for shows and patronage at the Bijou Theatre; several letters to the Bijou; a typed history of the Bijou Theatre and “Pop” Lawrence; and multiple pages of sheet music that were used for music during intermissions and some shows. The records also include an audiocassette recording of several songs that were played at the first Bijou Theatre.

          Bijou Theatre
          PR4065 · Fonds · 2009-2018

          The fonds consists of programs, correspondence, photographs, and posters from each of the Blue Suede Music Festivals held between 2009 and 2018. The donation provides complete documentation of the history of the festival, including commentary accompanying the photographs that provides further information about the origins of the event.

          Blue Suede Music Festival
          Bob Ego fonds
          PR2346 · Fonds · Copied 1992

          The fonds consists of clippings related to Bob's career dating from 1967-1982; four RPM records dating from 1967- 1977 featuring Bob Ego on drums playing with Daisy Hill Puppy Farm, Painter, Su-Dora, and Nancy Nash; seven LP records dating from 1966- 1984 featuring Bob Ego on drums playing with the Antiquators, Painter, Hammersmith, and Streetheart; and two VHS recordings of Bob Ego performing with Streetheart dating from 1979- 1980.

          Ego, Bob
          Bob Walker fonds
          PR2197 · Fonds · 1978-1979

          The fonds consists of 4 LP record albums of Alberta Musicians collected by Bob Walker. The fonds includes the following Alberta musicians: Mel Deacon “It’s Been a Privilege”, Brian Fustukian “Fustukian”, “ Shannon Two Feathers “Dreams that Feed a Gypsy”, and 451 “451”.

          Walker, Bob
          Bruce Haack fonds
          PR3806 · Fonds · 1930-2010

          The fonds consists of correspondence, contracts, songbooks, sheet music, programs, notebooks, diaries, and promotional material created or collected by Bruce Haack or Dimension 5 Records. The photographs and negatives depict Haack as well as friends and family dating from his youth in Alberta to his later years in Pennsylvania. Many of the photographs are arranged in scrapbooks and photo albums. The film reels are home movies created in Alberta.

          The audio reels consist of master recordings of Haack’s music and commissioned work suck as advertising jingles. There are recordings of Dimension 5 albums, solo albums, as well as music written for theatre or film soundtracks. There are also digital files of all of these audio reels as well as published copies of his albums and re-issues on CD and vinyl record.

          Haack, Bruce
          PR1086 · Fonds · 1959-1978

          The fonds includes the Calgary Theatre Singers’ (CTS) incorporation application and bylaws, set and stage plans, architectural drawings for a proposed CTS building, programmes, photographs from “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” fifteen scrapbooks containing newspaper articles and advertisement, telegrams, postcards and programmes for CTS productions such as “The Sound of Music,” “Annie Get Your Gun,” “Carousel,” “The King and I,” “My Fair Lady,” “Oliver,” “South Pacific,” and one scrapbook with articles about a proposed CTS building (from a donated Canadian National Railway station).

          Calgary Theatre Singers
          Carolla Christie collection
          PR2288 · Collection · [1977] - 1981

          The fonds consists of six 45 RPM audio discs of the following artists: Give Your Head a Shake / It’s Raining over Morley (no date) by Marcel Tom Hawk Henry and the Country Royals; I’ll Come Running / Forget that Yesterday (no date) by Debbie (Davis) Stevenson; That Galavanting (sic.) Galveston Gal / In My Mind (no date) by Scotty Stevenson; High Fashion Queen / Rocky Mountain Skyline (1980) and Crazy Heart / Rollin Slow (1981) by Laura Vinson and Red Wyng; and Kenora / Mean Woman Blues (1977) by Wooden High.

          Christie, Carolla
          Charles Plavin fonds
          PR0139 · Fonds · 1900-1965

          Fonds consists of records relating to Plavin’s interest in his line of work and projects in which he participated, as well as records reflecting his role in the community and his personal interests. These include construction plans, financial records, correspondence, imprint material, and photographs. The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Construction work; Civic involvement; Musical interests; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; Correspondence; Latvian interests; Political; Miscellaneous; Imprint material; Maps; and Photographs.

          Plavin, Charles
          Christina Lee Clark fonds
          PR1579 · Fonds · [Copied ca. 1984]

          The fonds consists of lyrics and music by Christina Lee Clark, for "Wedding Hymn," "We Heard An Angel Sing," "Gay Paree," "I'll Caress You with my Eyes," "Wiping Away a Tear," "The Goodnight Kiss," and "The Clansmen."

          Clark, Christina Lee
          Crystal Plamondon fonds
          PR2170 · Fonds · 1990-2009

          The fonds consists of seven studio records made by Crystal Plamondon.

          Plamondon, Crystal
          Dale Fortier fonds
          PR2112 · Fonds · 1991

          The fonds consists of 1 audio cassette dating from 1991, recorded by Dale Fortier, and entitled “Stuck in the Middle Class”.

          Fortier, Dale
          Damon Productions fonds
          PR3228 · Fonds · 1966-2010

          The fonds consists of a wide range of material related to the company’s involvement in the Alberta music industry during its over 40 years in business. The records also include material related to McDonall’s time as president of the Alberta Recording Industry Association and material related to McDonall’s own career as a musician with the Nomads.

          Damon Productions
          David Jackson fonds
          PR2135 · Fonds · 1989-1990

          The fonds consists of an audio cassette recording by Nowhere Blossoms and an audio cassette recording by Spoil Five.

          Jackson, David
          Dean Charles fonds
          PR0085 · Fonds · [195-]-[198-]

          The fonds consists of 219 ¼" reel to reel audio tapes of recordings of various Edmonton area musicians, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, which were recorded by Dean Charles. Some of the tapes were recorded in Dean Charles' home studio, and some were recorded at the venues where the musicians were performing, such as the Yardbird Suite and Convocation Hall. Some of the tapes are of experimental electronic music composed and performed by Dean Charles.

          Fonds also includes two 8mm films of home movies and the MacMillan Bloedel Pulp Mill expansion at Port Alberni, B.C., as well as a silent film entitled Pianorama, which is a demonstration of an electric piano designed by Charles and features performances by Vancouver-based psychedelic rock band United Empire Loyalists and Edmonton-based rock band The Royal Family.

          A fourth film is also a demonstration of a Charles invention, in this case a prosthetic cuff designed to allow amputees to play the saxophone. The sound film features a performance of a Dixieland jazz ensemble with one of the saxophonists using the prosthetic device.

          Charles, Dean
          Dent family fonds
          PR3361 · Fonds · 1915-1994

          The fonds consists of records created and acquired by Leslie, Kathleen, and Ralph Dent in the course of their work and private lives. Leslie's records include photographs, training notes, and correspondence from his service during the First World War, correspondence and records related to his union activities and work for CNR, and a significant amount of material from his amateur performance career. This latter material includes annotated and non-annotated song sheets, programs, and song lyrics.

          Kathleen's records include a self-created cookbook, certificates received on significant dates such as birthdays and anniversaries, and photographs related to her personal life and performances with Leslie.

          Ralph's records consist of photographs from his service in the Second World War, training notebooks and other military-related textual material, scrapbooks, personal correspondence, and war-time publications related to flight education and training.

          Dent family
          Dewberry Boys' Band fonds
          PR1149 · Fonds · 1953-1956

          The fonds consists of Dewberry Boys' Band correspondence and a catalogue for St. John's Music Store Ltd.

          Dewberry Boys' Band
          Donovan Reimer fonds
          PR2753 · Fonds · 1988

          The fonds consists of an audio recording of music composed and performed by Donovan Reimer to accompany the Edmonton Space and Science Centre presentations "Black Holes"( 1988), and "Space Encounters"(1989).

          Reimer, Donovan
          Dorcas Coffin fonds
          PR0556 · Fonds · 1920-1953

          Fonds consists of music examination books from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto, and The Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music. Also includes an edition of a monthly music-teaching magazine called The Etude.

          Coffin, Dorcas
          Dorothy Dyde collection
          PR0636 · Collection · 1904-1930

          Collection consists of programmes from various professional and amateur theatre and music productions held in a number of venues in Edmonton, Alberta, including the Empire Theatre, McDougall Auditorium, Edmonton Opera House, Marie Hall, Grand Theatre, Thistle Rink, Glenora Skating Club, Edmonton Arena, Orpheum Vaudeville, and Temple Theatre. Collection also includes a souvenir menu from the Shasta Grill in Edmonton and a photograph capturing a fire in Alfred Block in Red Deer, Alberta.

          Dyde, Dorothy
          PR2103 · Fonds · [1939]

          The fonds consists of two orchestral programs, and one photograph dating from [1939] of the Drumheller Orchestra.

          Drumheller Orchestral Association
          Duke Street Records fonds
          PR2040 · Fonds · 1987-1988

          The fonds consists of promotional material and recordings for the Edmonton band NEO A4 (John Tisdwell, Douglas Radford, Joel Anderson and Rick Johnston).

          Duke Street Records
          PR0893 · Fonds · 1955-1987

          The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Chamber Music Society, including executive committee minutes, annual general meeting minutes, financial statements, correspondence, membership lists, programs, newspaper reviews, committee reports, and scrapbooks containing photographs, reviews and programs from Edmonton Chamber Music Society concerts.

          Edmonton Chamber Music Society
          PR2105 · Fonds · 1939-1955

          The fonds consists of financial statements, programs, newspaper clippings, programs, and scores related to the activities of the Edmonton Civic Opera Society dating from 1939-1955, and 4 audio recordings of the Edmonton Civic Opera Society.

          Edmonton Civic Opera Society
          PR2558 · Fonds · 1980 - 1991, Copied 1968

          The fonds consists of material documenting the activities of the Edmonton Folk Music Society and pertaining to the operation of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. The fonds includes board minutes, alphabetical office files, performer biographies, performer applications, festival line-ups, correspondence, and contract files dating from 1980 to 1991.

          Edmonton Folk Music Festival Society
          PR0611 · Fonds · 1964-1995

          Fonds consists of records relating to the various opera productions produced by the Edmonton Opera Association dating from 1964 to 2003 and includes a press cutting, posters, programmes, publications, and a photograph.

          Edmonton Opera Association
          PR1785 · Fonds · 1973-1986

          The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Overture Concert Association and includes minutes, agenda, programs, financial statements, and a cashbook.

          Edmonton Overature Concert Association
          PR2426 · Collection · [between 1970 - 1979]

          The collection consists of one LP recording by Olga Cunningham recorded at Damon Sound Studios in Edmonton in 1979, one LP recording by the Ruscheinski Family recorded at Century II Studios in Edmonton in the 1970s, and one 45 RPM recording by the Maclin Alouettes recorded at Project 70 in Edmonton in the 1970s.

          Unknown donor
          PR1425 · Fonds · 1953 - 2008

          The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Associates and has been divided into two series: Executive records, including constitutions, reports, financial statements and minutes, and Programmes and Projects records, including reports, correspondence and scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, programs, photographs and other ephemera.

          Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Associates
          PR1588 · Fonds · 1965-1993

          The fonds consists of the records of the Edmonton Youth Orchestra and Edmonton Youth Orchestra Association and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, orchestra member lists, programs and pamphlets, festival performance remarks, award certificates, financial statements, minutes, reports, newsletters, and an audio recording of reminiscences of Keith Bissell, the first EYO conductor.

          Edmonton Youth Orchestra Association
          Edna M. Sanders fonds
          PR1578 · Fonds · 1982

          The fonds consists of a manuscript, “Reflections,” by Edna M. Sanders, a compellation of short stories, articles, poems and music, and audio recordings of some of the songs.

          Sanders, Edna M.
          Elephants Gerald fonds
          PR2348 · Fonds · 1992

          The fonds consists of a 1992 recording by Elephants Gerald entitled, “Fausto!”

          Elephants Gerald
          Elva Gouchee fonds
          PR2352 · Fonds · [1895 - 1960]

          The fonds consists of music theory exercises completed by members of the Gouchee family. The fonds also includes copies of sheet music for the piano dating from the 1895 to 1960s of Canadian and Alberta folk songs and popular music as well as music written during the classical, romantic, and baroque periods.

          Gouchee, Elva
          Evelyn Mitchell fonds
          PR1826 · Fonds · Copied 1989

          The fonds consists of audio recordings of Alberta artists and includes a 1967 recording of songs performed by Barry Allen and a 1973 recording of songs on “Rubes, Dudes and Rowdies,” written and performed by the Stampeders (Rich Dodson, Kim Berly and Ronnie King).

          Mitchell, Evelyn
          F. Morris Flewwelling fonds
          PR1008 · Fonds · 1917-1972, predominant 1960-1972

          Fonds consists of the personal records of F. Morris Flewwelling and includes programmes from various orchestral and theatrical productions performed in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, and includes the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's newsletter, Encore, and the Calgary Philharmonic Society's newsletter, Bravura. Fonds also includes souvenir pamphlets from Alix and Banff, Alberta, a copied newspaper clipping about singer Elena Nikolaidi, various Alberta Department of Education departmental examinations, Province of Alberta Centennial Bulletins, negatives depicting an orchestra, children, musicians and musical instruments, and copied photographs dating 1916 that depict the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, including a parade, various events, and First Nations people, including Blackfoot Chief Yellow Horse.

          Flewwelling, F. Morris
          Folkways Records fonds
          PR2563 · Fonds · 1960 - 1968

          The fonds consists of records from the Folkways catalog including Canada's Story in Song (Folkways Records FW 3000, 1960), Folksongs of Saskatchewan (Folkways Ethnic Library FE 4312, 1968), Songs and Ballads of Northern Saskatchewan and Northern Manitoba (Folkways Records FW 8764, 1960), and Peter LaFarge Sings of the Cowboys(Folkways Records FA 2533).

          The fonds also includes Indian Music of the Plains (1961, Ethnic Folkways). The recording captures the music of the Cree, Assiniboine, Kainai and Siksika First Nations.

          Folkways Records
          Fried Puppy Dog Discs fonds
          PR2407 · Fonds · 1990-1991

          The fonds consists of cassette recording of Freak Me Green by Rex Morgan B.C. (1990), and a cassette recording of Fro-zen by Nervous Rex (1991), formerly Rex Morgan B.C.

          Fried Puppy Dog Discs
          Gaby Haas fonds
          PR1529 · Fonds · 1970-1986

          The fonds consists of a long play (LP) audio disc "Gaby Haas 'Live' at the Hofbräuhaus" (1973), and audio recordings of radio programs including "Continental Musicale" (March 31, 1985 to November 2, 1986), "European Music Shop," (September 12, 1970) and "Showcase of Music" excerpts.

          Haas, Gaby
          Gédéon Pépin fonds
          PR2167 · Fonds · 1912- 1925

          The fonds consists of four compositions by Gédéon Pépin dating from 1912- 1925.

          Pépin, Gédéon
          George Beck fonds
          PR2245 · Fonds · 1955-1962

          The fonds consists of opera and theatre programs from productions by groups located in Edmonton, Alberta such as the Capital Choral Society and the Edmonton Light Opera Society dating from 1955 to 1962.

          Beck, George
          George Leighton fonds
          PR2601 · Fonds · [between 1964 - 1967]

          The fonds consists of 3 LP records by Shirley Ann, Rosaire and Maurice Parenteau, and the Canadian Sweethearts.

          Leighton, George
          Gordon Price fonds
          PR3704 · Fonds · 1966-1967

          The fonds consists of audio reels that contain recordings of six original songs written and performed by Gordon Price for Edmonton’s Klondike Days festival. The songs all have a Klondike theme. There is a master reel recorded at 15ips and two backup copies recorded at 7.5ips.

          The drawings are draft covers for possible sheet music to accompany the recorded music. The illustrations all feature Klondike imagery.

          Price, Gordon
          Graeme and the Waifers fonds
          PR2428 · Fonds · 1966-1971

          The fonds consists of publicity photographs of Graeme and Waifers, clippings documenting the band's performances in Edmonton, and promotional posters for the band dating from 1966 - 1971.

          Graeme and the Waifers
          PR3314 · Collection · [192-] - [196-]

          The collection consists of 78 rpm, 33 1/3 rpm, LPs, microgroove, shellac, acetate, vinyl, and transcription audio discs that comprised Sunwapta Broadcasting's (CFRN Radio's) music library for radio broadcast, and David Lennick's personal record collection. These two collections were intermixed by the Grant MacEwan College Music Library so are no longer distinct entities. The collection consists mainly of popular music, sound effects, production music, and syndicated radio plays and programs. The original Sunwapta Broadcasting Co. collection consisted of approximately 14,500 audio discs of a mix of American, Canadian, British and other commercial recordings of music, 1920s to 1950s, that comprised Sunwapta Broadcasting's (CFRN's) music library for radio broadcast. Music genres include big band, Christmas, classical, country/western, easy listening, ethnic, pop/jazz vocalist, folk, French, gospel/spiritual, instrumental/easy listening, jazz, military, novelty, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, and sacred. The original David Lennick collection consisted of approximately 2500 audio discs of a mix of American, Canadian, British, and other commercial recordings of sound effects, production music, syndicated radio plays and programs, and classical, jazz, western and popular music.

          Grant MacEwan College Music Library
          PR2115 · Fonds · 1991

          The fonds consists of 1 audio CD recording of “Wind in the Wire” by Great Western Orchestra, and an accompanying leaflet dating from 1991

          Great Western Orchestra
          Green and Peets Family fonds
          PR4074 · Fonds · 1912-2006

          The fonds consists of personal letters, photographs, negatives, postcards, scrap books, day planners, sheet music, financial roll ups, journals, posters, insurance documents, manuals, newspaper clippings, recipes, event programs, poems, and drawings. These records were created and accumulated by several members of the Green and Peets family, and offer insights into their interests and daily lives.

          The fonds also contains audiovisual material of tapes of Harlan Green's musical performances and original music for the Plumbers Union group. These recordings include Alberta composers Tommy Banks, Roger Deegan, and Georgie Andix. There is also a collection of audio recordings from the Green and Peets family conversations and oral histories from neighbors at Greenridge Farm.

          The fonds consists of three series: Greenridge Fam series, Areta and Lee Green series, and Harlan and Mara (Marilyn) Green series.

          Green and Peets Family
          Greg Clark fonds
          PR2089 · Fonds · Copied 1991

          The fonds consists of 4 albums of Edmonton bands collected by Greg Clark: Down Syndrome, Rock and Roll Bitches, The Thieves, and 1 audio cassette of recording artist Greg Clark. The fonds dates from 1980 – 1984.

          Clark, Greg
          Handley’s Old Timers fonds
          PR2126 · Fonds · 1974

          The fonds consists of the LP Square Dance Jamboree by Handley’s Old Timers dating from 1974.

          Handley's Old Timers
          Hanna Chubb fonds
          PR1914 · Fonds · 1909-1973

          The fonds consists of photographs of an observation car passing through the mountains, a ferry on the North Saskatchewan, and the Women's Musical Club of Edmonton, and a postcard of a women's hockey team (1916). The fonds also include a program for Alberta's Third Annual Musical Festival (1910), typed notes about musical programs, and various notes, newspaper clippings and correspondence about the Women's Musical Club (known as the Ladies' Musical Club prior to 1910 and the Edmonton Musical Club after 1970), as well as founder Cécile (Mrs. J.L.) Coté.

          Chubb, Hanna
          Harry Weisser fonds
          PR0961 · Fonds · 1919-1954

          The fonds consists of programs of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Edmonton “Pops” Orchestra, and the Edmonton Philharmonic Orchestra as well as programs for the Pantages Theatre, the Empire Theatre, and Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra, assorted menus and photographs of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Glenora Ice Carnival Orchestra, Billy Watson and His Wood Nymphs (a vaudeville production), Al Preston and his Cavaliers and views of Edmonton as decorated for the 1919 visit of the Prince of Wales.

          Weisser, Harry
          Hazel McCardell fonds
          PR0673 · Fonds · [18-]-1976

          Fonds consists of the personal papers of Hazel McCardell and includes music scores, poems, songs, newspaper clippings, greeting cards, diaries, an autograph book, articles, newsletters, correspondence, historical/biographical sketches, family histories, pamphlets, notices, a wedding invitation, tax receipts, journals, magazines, books, telegrams, an insurance policy, notes, returned cheques, negatives and photographs depicting family members and various people, views, buildings, airplanes, air pilots, street views, fires, and plane crashes, and cinefilms depicting home movies. Fonds includes many records pertaining to Hazel McCardell’s research of the Strang family, Jesse James Strang, and the Mormon community in St. James, Michigan, USA. Fonds also contains records pertaining to William McCardell’s service in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Forestry Service.

          McCardell, Hazel
          Helen Hawker fonds
          PR1036 · Fonds · 1901-1965, predominant 1935-1947

          Fonds consists of scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine clippings about mainly Canadian singers, musicians, actors, and programmes of various music and theatre productions in Edmonton, Alberta. Scrapbooks also contain clippings about the Royal Family, John F. Kennedy, and the Toronto Conservatory of Music. Fonds also includes a number of music instruction and theory books.

          Hawker, Helen
          Henry A. Klassen fonds
          PR0209 · Fonds · 1922-1950

          Fonds consists of Klassen’s personal and business records, as well as records reflecting his musical interests and endeavours. Fonds has been divided into the following series: Personal papers; Business interests; and Musical endeavours.

          Klassen, Henry A.
          Herb Glasgow fonds
          PR1880 · Fonds · [194-?]-1978

          The fonds consists of photographs of Mal Meredith and his Orchestra and a brief history of the group by Herb Glasgow. The group, led by Malville (Mal) Meredith, with his wife Isabelle on piano, was known over the years as Meredith’s Music as well as Mal Meredith and his Orchestra, and performed for many years at the Trocadero.

          Glasgow, Herb
          Hill family fonds
          PR1051 · Fonds · [1911]-1950

          The fonds consists of oil paintings by George E. Hill of unidentified women and African wildlife; photographs and photographic postcards of friends and family, homes, stores, cars, horses and carts, lakes and rivers, churches, and views of Cold Lake; correspondence; photocopied news clippings; sheet music copied by Roma Hill with a cover by George Hill, and published sheet music.

          Hill family
          Hugh Patrick Macdonald fonds
          PR1858 · Fonds · 1921-1938

          The fonds consists of programs for the Edmonton Mendelssohn Choir, the annual competition of the Alberta Musical Festival Association, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Women’s Musical Club of Edmonton, the Dramatic Society of the University of Alberta, a recital for Viggo Kihl and the University of Alberta Musical Club and a ticket for the Western Gentlemen Club Dance at Acacia Hall.

          Macdonald, Hugh Patrick
          Ian Moss fonds
          PR1208 · Fonds · Copied 1974

          The fonds consists of copies of recordings of 1948 CKUA broadcasts from the Strand Theatre featuring the Edmonton Philharmonic Orchestra with commentary by Fred Deihl, and comments about the state of music in Edmonton and Alberta from Richard MacDonald, Coordinator of Cultural Activities for Alberta and Harry Ainlay, Mayor of Edmonton.

          Moss, Ian
          J. Jonah Jamesons fonds
          PR2134 · Fonds · 1991

          The fonds consists of a copy of Eyes Like Oil.

          J. Jonah Jamesons
          PR3751 · Fonds · 1893-2004

          The fonds includes records related to the family of Jack and Stella Little as well as their personal material. The fonds contains correspondence, school records, awards, newspaper clippings, music workbooks, and genealogy records. Photographs, negatives, and slides are of family members, friends, and some vacations. The fonds contains the following two series: the Jack S. Little series and the Stella J. Little series.

          Little, Stella J.
          PR3723 · Fonds · [190-?]-2012

          The fonds includes memoirs, personal and professional correspondence, a diary of Jeanne, sewing class notes and patterns, music sheets, programs of artistic activities, financial records, genealogical records, newspaper clippings, eulogies and obituaries, reports from CHFA Radio, weekly chronicles written and broadcast by Tharcis for CHFA for the program “Cette semaine à Edmonton”, as well as two paintings by Tharcis Forestier.

          Forestier, Jeanne and Tharcis
          Jenny Le Saunier fonds
          PR0560 · Fonds · 1924-1967

          The fonds consists of records pertaining to the musical career of Jenny Le Saunier, from 1924-1967, and include a citation and an honorary degree, a newspaper clipping, a programme, and two photographs of Jenny Le Saunier.

          Le Saunier, Jenny
          Jerusalem Ridge fonds
          PR2137 · Fonds · 1991

          The fonds consists of 2 audio cassette recordings of Jerusalem Ridge and North Wind by Jerusalem Ridge, and a promotion kit including 2 photographs, and biographical information.

          Jerusalem Ridge
          PR0100 · Fonds · 1968-2006

          The fonds consists of operational, administrative and financial records of the Johann Strauss Foundation as well as records from Club Austria and the Vienna Opera Ball. Material includes minutes, financial statements, ledgers, reports, scholarship applications, publicity files, published materials, correspondence, membership lists, pamphlets, and brochures. Records have been generated by the Scholarship Committee, the Johann Strauss Ball Committee, and the Recital Committee. The fonds is divided into four series: Recital Planning and Publicity Scholarship Applications and Awards, Johann Strauss Ball; and Operational Records.

          Johann Strauss Foundation
          John Hendrickson collection
          PR4083 · Collection · 1975

          The photographs depict John Hendrickson and were taken at the 1975 Chopin International Piano Competition, where Hendrickson won the Critic's Prize. The photographs include candid shots, headshots, and several photographs from during the competition.

          Hendrickson, John
          Jon Whyte fonds
          PR2884 · Fonds · [ca. 1960]

          The fonds consists of a recording of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra performing "Cantata de la Guerre" circa 1960 that Jon Whyte acquired while working as a broadcaster for CKUA radio in Edmonton.

          Whyte, Jon
          Jonathan G. Bayley fonds
          PR1493 · Fonds · 1978-1984

          The fonds consists of a paper about W.J. Hendra by Jonathan G. Bayley, and programs and press releases from Jonathan Bayley’s musical concerts, primarily sponsored by Alberta College and Latitude 53 Society of Artists, in which Jonathan Bayley performed or his compositions were performed.

          Bayley, Jonathan G.
          K-97 Radio fonds
          PR1749 · Fonds · 1980-1990

          The fonds consists of audio recordings produced for K-97 Radio’s “Homegrown Series” for 1980, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, and 1990; the recording for 1990 also includes K-97’s Comedy Shop Classics. The fonds also includes recordings of K-97’s “Looney Tunes Series” for 1986 and 1987.

          K-97 Radio
          Kennedy Jenson fonds
          PR2520 · Fonds · 1994

          The fonds consists of compact disc recording by Kennedy Jenson entitled Renaissance (1994).

          Jenson, Kennedy
          Koto Concert collection
          PR2941 · Collection · 1968

          The collection consists of material pertaining to the Koto Concert, held by the Provincial Museum of Alberta for the Consulate of Japan, including a program, invitations, and tickets dating from 1968.

          Ridge, Alan D.
          Larry Chalmers fonds
          PR2282 · Fonds · 1966 - 1974

          The fonds consists of images of Fifth Dimension, Warp Factor, Dick Tator, Buterler, and Powerglide dating from the 1960's and 1970's. The fonds also includes contracts made between the musicians and venues dating from the 1960's and 1970's.

          Chalmers, Larry
          Lawrence Bruce fonds
          PR2258 · Fonds · 1930-1931

          The fonds consists of 2 pieces of sheet music by Lawrence Bruce entitled, "Joanne", and "True Sweetheart of Mine".

          Bruce, Lawrence
          Leffler family fonds
          PR3337 · Fonds · [195-]-2006

          Fonds consists of home movies, an audio recording and slides depicting the family members, home life, and events of a Black Albertan family. These home movies also depict gospel music and dance events in Alberta. The family moved back and forth between Canada and the U.S. (mainly the San Francisco Bay area) so there is also some U.S. footage.

          Leffler, Jamerson family
          Len Dear fonds
          PR0216 · Fonds · 1905-1926

          Fonds consists of photographs of areas around Alberta and of early Edmonton bands, particularly the Tipp’s Orchestra.

          Dear, Len
          Les Chantamis fonds
          PR2007 · Fonds · 1969-1975

          The records consist of material created through the presentation of performances and celebrating the 10th anniversary of the choir. The records include programs, correspondence, newspaper clippings and audiovisual materials.

          Les Chantamis
          Leslie Pilcher fonds
          PR2169 · Fonds · 1919-1978

          The fonds consists of programmes, brochures, and printed material concerning theatrical and musical performances in Edmonton dating from 1919-1978.

          Pilcher, Leslie
          Lois McCalla fonds
          PR1113 · Fonds · [19-]

          Fonds consists of the lyrics for three songs satirizing the Social Credit movement in Alberta.

          McCalla, Lois