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            Armin Hecht fonds
            PR2128 · Fonds · 1959-1987

            The fonds consists of photographs, negatives, and slides Armin Hecht took while on assignment from the Edmonton Journal dating from 1950’s to the 1960’s. Locations include: Alberta, Yukon, Europe, Eastern Canada, and Japan. The fonds also includes some publications of Armin Hecht’s reporting dating from 1959-1987.

            Hecht, Armin
            Clara Thomas fonds
            PR1190 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]-1917

            The fonds consists of photographs of early Edmonton, Alberta, an early view of Strathcona, North-West Territories, a Vegreville, Alberta farm, the Vegreville, Alberta fair, a worker in the Edmonton Bulletin Office and one outside the Office on a bicycle, a postcard of Leduc, Alberta’s main street, and a cyanotype of the Old Edmonton Hotel.

            Thomas, Clara
            G. R. McCrea fonds
            PR0567 · Fonds · Copied 1971

            Fonds consists of undated photographs and a glass slide depicting various views, buildings, and people in Hanna, Alberta.

            McCrea, G.R.
            J.G.C. Dignard fonds
            PR1632 · Fonds · 1983-1986

            The fonds consists of copied of articles and letters by Gilles Dignard, mostly relating to the Peace River area, predominantly for Le Franco.

            Dignard, J.G.C
            John Imrie fonds
            PR1296 · Fonds · 1920-1939

            The fonds consists of speeches, articles, travel notes, specifications for a frame cottage at Kapasiwin, Alberta, and plans for alteration to his home on Connaught Drive and for his West Edmonton cottage.

            Imrie, John
            Stew Cameron fonds
            PR1884 · Fonds · 1926-1972

            The fonds consists of the cartooning records of Stew Cameron, and includes rough sketches, ink drawings, and copies of press prints of cartoons created from his time as a student, as an employee of the Calgary Herald, the military and the Vancouver Province, and as a freelance cartoonist. The fonds also includes correspondence with parents, his wife, friends and business associates, other records relating to Stew’s life and work as well as a number of published volumes of other editorial cartoonists, some of whom influenced Stew’s work.

            Cameron, Stew