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        34 Archival description results for Parades

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        Arch MacKinnon fonds
        PR1690 · Fonds · 1915-1988

        The fonds consists of images predominantly from the Cadomin area of hockey players, bands, horses, rivers, the Matheson and Clyburn families, bridges, parades, waterfalls, a mine shaft, trains, blacksmiths, tractors, farm machinery, students, and World War Two soldiers and marching band and Navy Trainees at the Galt Aircraft School.

        MacKinnon, Arch
        Art Roberts fonds
        PR1881 · Fonds · Copied 1978

        The fonds consists of images of the 1937 May Day Parade in Drumheller, and images of the representatives at the Canadian Congress of Labour conferences in Calgary, Alberta in 1947 and 1948.

        Roberts, Art
        Arthur Thomas Meagher fonds
        PR1069 · Fonds · 1898-1919

        Fonds consists of the personal records of Arthur Thomas Meagher, and records related to his profession as a plumber, and includes tax assessments and notices, correspondence, an insurance policy, The Plumbers’ Textbook, bylaws regarding waterworks and sewage in Edmonton, Alberta, a business card for Ghormley’s Grocery, and various constitutions, photographs and banquet menus for the United Association of Journeymen Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Steam Fitters and Steam Fitters’ Helpers of the United States and Canada, Local 488 in Edmonton, Alberta.

        Fonds also includes a Government of Alberta telephone system Operator’s Code Symbols booklet, and a postcard and photographs depicting parades, floats, buildings, street views, an elephant, bison, a log building, a train wreck, a Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) basketball team, and Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, Alberta.

        Meagher, Arthur Thomas
        PR1964 · Collection · Copied 1977

        The collection consists of copied photographs dating 1927-1955 that depict various people, buildings and views in Barrhead, Alberta including Carl Johnson’s Central Meat Market, Hooper’s Garage, the Bank of Toronto, nuns, the United church and St. John’s Lutheran church, an Alberta Jubilee parade, street views, cars, the first train in Barrhead, and a hospital built by Doctor (Dr.) E.J. Varreau.

        Barrhead Centennial Museum
        PR3920 · Collection · 1972

        The collection consists of photographs and negatives depicting a parade and ice sculptures at Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake in 1972.

        Unknown donor
        D'Arcy McLeod fonds
        PR1961 · Fonds · [1938 - 1946]

        The fonds consists of primarily of aerial images of Edmonton taken by D'Arcy McLeod (with two taken by the United States Air Force), and includes images of the construction of the Hudson's Bay Company building on Jasper Avenue, the Macdonald Hotel, the Legislative buildings, other Edmonton buildings, the river valley, airplanes and a Victory in Europe (V.E.) Day parade.

        McLeod, D'Arcy
        David Clark collection
        PR1302 · Collection · [ca. 1905]

        The fonds consists of a photograph album with twenty-four photographs of the North West Territories (Alberta and Saskatchewan) and Manitoba, featuring trains, riverboats, picnics, parades, a fire brigade, [Indigenous people and First Nation camps] natives and native encampments, Doukabors, mining, a hotel, the St. Andrew's Lockport bridge, Countess Grey, and a toboggan slide.

        Clark, David
        Dennis Brooks fonds
        PR3673 · Fonds · 1949-1979

        The fonds consists of slides that depict sites and scenes from around Alberta, with particular emphasis on Peace River, Edmonton, and Calgary. There are images of community events in Peace River (including auctions and fireworks displays), parades in Edmonton, and the Calgary Stampede. There are also images of oil crews in northern Alberta, including images of oil scouts working in the bush.

        Brooks, Dennis
        Douglas A. Grout fonds
        PR1212 · Fonds · [ca. 1925]-[ca. 1931]

        The fonds consists of photographs of the Edmonton Exhibition parades, circa (ca.) 1931, Ogilvie Flour Mills Company (Co.) Limited (Ltd.) parade floats and display booths, a house decorated for Christmas, Thomas Campbell, owner of Campbell’s Furniture store, and Douglas Grout.

        Grout, Douglas A.
        Edna Kidd fonds
        PR2527 · Fonds · [ca. 1910]

        The fonds consists of photograph album circa (ca.) 1910 featuring views of Edmonton and surrounding area including Jasper Avenue, a First Nations parade, individuals, farms, school buildings such as Norwood School, and railroad tracks. The fonds also includes a photograph of a lightning storm on the prairies and a view of a grain field ca. 1910.

        Kidd, Edna
        Elizabeth Lefsrud fonds
        PR1353 · Fonds · [192-]

        The fonds consists of two images, from the 1920s of the Junior Red Cross Society members in a parade in Edmonton, Alberta.

        Lefsrud, Elizabeth
        Frank E. Schoonover fonds
        PR1970 · Fonds · [190-?]

        The fonds consists of photographs most likely primarily from the Macleod area of Alberta and includes images of First Nations men, women and children, teepees, horses, Royal North West Mounted Police, barracks, parades, as well as an image of Edmonton’s Main Street in 1907.

        Schoonover, Frank E.
        F.R.F. McKitrick fonds
        PR0628 · Fonds · 1882-1935

        Fonds consists of records associated with F.R.R. McKitrick’s time as a teacher, farmer, and newspaper correspondent and includes correspondence, homestead records, curriculum material for geography and history, school exams, financial records, brand records, promissory notes, bank books, resort brochures, newspaper clippings, notes, written and typed manuscripts, railroad timetables, poems, income tax forms, receipts, pamphlets, hand-drawn maps, and bankruptcy records. Fonds also includes photographs, negatives, and glass plate negatives depicting various people, buildings, and scenes in Alberta and Ontario including the McKitrick family, the Edmonton Commercial Grads, the logging industry, churches, parades, steamers and ferries, First Nations, railroad and road construction, bridge construction, farming, train wrecks, horses and other animals, exhibitions and fairs, and an oil field.

        McKitrick, F.R.F.
        George's Cycle fonds
        PR2734 · Fonds · [ca. 1952] - 1980, predominant 1970 - 1980.

        The fonds includes two photo albums, two scrapbooks and other records that document both the business activities of George's Cycle Ltd and the activities of its staff within the Edmonton cycling community. One of the photo albums documents George Glassman's participation in a TV episode called, "All About Bikes". There are nineteen transparencies which document the George Glassman Memorial Race. Seven photographs document the [1952] Edmonton Exhibition Parade.

        George's Cycle
        Harold C. Taylor fonds
        PR0881 · Fonds · 1916-1978, predominant 1934-1978

        The fonds is made up of one file of clippings, notes, and handbooks relating to the Boy Scouts; one photograph of the 194th Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), Edmonton Highlanders, taken in Toronto November 7, 1916; and cinefilms depicting Edmonton’s Klondike Days parade in the 1960’s or 1970’s, mountain views, and aerial views of Edmonton and the river valley.

        Taylor, Harold C.
        Helen Kropinak fonds
        PR1732 · Fonds · Copied 1988

        The fonds consists of images mostly relating to Kropinak’s General Store, originally dating 1927 to 1972, and includes images of a parade in Coleman (1927), women in costume, a store, a store and employees and the Kropinak’s General Store truck.

        Kropinak, Helen
        Henri Rioux fonds
        PR0987 · Fonds · Copied 1980

        The fonds consists of images originally dating from about 1924 to 1940, of churches, a garage, the Jesuit College Orchestra, J.A. Rioux, and an Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta float, from Villeneuve, Bonnyville, Red Deer and Edmonton.

        Rioux, Henri
        Howard T. Emery fonds
        PR1223 · Fonds · [ca. 1918-ca. 1950]

        Fonds consists of photographs depicting early Edmonton, Alberta including All Saints Cathedral, Misercordia Hospital, a parade to celebrate the visit of the Duke of Connaught, and a ceremonial presentation of colours during World War I. Fonds also includes photographs depicting members of the Law Society and the Bar Association of Alberta, a greeting card by the Northern Alberta Pioneers' and Old Timers' Association and a map of Edmonton.

        Emery, Howard T.
        Jevne family fonds
        PR3668 · Fonds · 1957-1969

        The fonds consists of films that were shot by Stella Jevne depicting birthdays; baptisms; holidays; Christmas and New Year’s celebrations; family events and outings; and trips. There is also significant footage devoted to Ponoka community events such as several Ponoka Stampede parades, Remembrance Day parades, festivals, and sporting events (including hockey games and informal football and baseball games). Finally, the films also depict farm life in rural Alberta, including harvesting crops, butchering meat, and raising animals.

        Jevne family
        John and Dick Hamlyn fonds
        PR3219 · Fonds · 1963-1974

        The fonds consists of films containing footage of wheat farming and farmers, parades and festivals in Vermilion, train and car accidents and efforts to clean the crash sites, curling and hockey games in Vermilion, weddings, Vermilion Provincial Park, and Dartmoor, England.

        Hamlyn, John and Dick
        Joseph Majakey fonds
        PR1289 · Fonds · 1900-[ca. 1976]

        Fonds consists of photocopied annuals from Camrose High School dating 1918-1922, a biographical sketch of Henry Wood, a genealogical history of the Matejka family entitled Many, Many Matejkas, written by Joseph Majakey, and photographs and copied photographs dating ca. 1900-1971 that depict the Matejka and Woods families, as well as various people, buildings and views in Alberta including agricultural machinery, parades, bridges, schools, houses, street views, churches, hospitals, teacherages, automobiles, railroads, stockyards, businesses, Camp Sarcee, a Hutterite colony, a hockey and baseball team, the Alberta Legislative Assembly, and Imperial Oil Refinery in Calgary, Alberta.

        Majakey, Joseph
        Laurel Wolanski fonds
        PR0882 · Fonds · 1988-1990

        The fonds consists of reproduction copies of records relating to Leo Cecil Satterfield, including a Canada Registration Board certificate from 1918, a Certificate of Entry for Soldier Grant from 1918, and a Statement of the Poll after Counting the Ballots regarding prohibition from 1923; sixteen slides of the Government House, the Provincial Museum exterior, and a view of the River Valley from the museum grounds; ten photographs of the 1987 Klondike Days parade, including Edmonton Oilers Dave Hunter, Kevin Lowe and Craig Muni, the Edmonton Eskimos, various bands and other float entries; and five photographs and five negatives of the Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator near Egremont, Alberta.

        Wolanski, Laurel
        Leah M. Fisher fonds
        PR2390 · Fonds · [1908]

        The fonds consists of a souvenir booklet dating from ca. 1908 featuring images of Edmonton buildings, streets, and the Rocky Mountains. The fonds also contains one photograph featuring a parade in Edmonton dating from ca. 1908.

        Fisher, Leah M.
        Lee Pritzker fonds
        PR2742 · Fonds · Copied [ca. 1968]

        The fonds consists of five photographs relating to the Mennonite community in Western Canada in 1882. The fonds features a photograph of a Mennonite girl tending cattle taken by W.T. Smedley in 1882, the interior and exterior of a Mennonite Church taken by W.T. Smedley, a prairie farm, and the exterior of a Mennonite dwelling take by E.R. Tichenor.

        The fonds also contains four colored prints originating from The Canadian Pictorial and Illustrated War News that depicts the Buffalo Dance at Fort Qu'Appelle (1881), First Nations trappers (1882), the Frog Lake incident (1885), and a prairie church parade (1885).

        Pritzker, Lee
        Margaret Gower fonds
        PR1396 · Fonds · [ca. 1890]-1994

        The fonds consists of images, originally dating circa (ca.) 1890 to ca. 1919, from Edmonton, Battenburg, Vermilion, and Mirror, Alberta of a ferry, a covered wagon, a church, a power generating station, tennis, stores, parades, train stations, cars, homes, hair cutting, farming, a horse and sleigh, Kathleen Graydon, Rosetta Graydon, George H. Graydon, Graydon family members, and Susannah Gibbons; photographs of George H. Graydon, the interior of George H. Graydon’s second drug store, the Graydon home in Edmonton, the Woodward family, the Gibbons home in Gibbons, William Reynolds and Susannah Gibbons and family, and a tractor and rider; a photocopy of a history about Rosetta Graydon and husbands William Charles Asprey and George Hughes Graydon, and copied newspaper clippings and information about George H. Graydon.

        Gower, Margaret
        Marjorie Alexander fonds
        PR0620 · Fonds · [ca. 1909]

        The fonds consists of photographs depicting a Canadian Pacific Railway labour gang and a lodge parade in Tofield, Alberta, which includes an image of Earle Ferguson.

        Alexander, Marjorie
        Max E. Runions fonds
        PR1118 · Fonds · Copied 1975

        Fonds consists of copied photographs dating 1906 to circa (ca.) 1915 which depict a number of images at Banff and Calgary, Alberta including students of Calgary Public School, the Central Methodist Church interior and exterior, an automobile, boats, canoes, a Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) camp at Banff, horse and carriages, a Dominion Exhibition parade, First Nations men, women and children, a dirigible balloon, tennis and other sport players, and the interior of E. Runions Brokerage Office.

        Runions, Max E.
        Ronald C. Arthurs fonds
        PR2236 · Fonds · [1941]

        The fonds consists of a photograph of Ronald C. Arthurs in a Remembrance Day Parade on Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, Alberta dating from ca. 1941.

        Arthurs, Ronald C.
        Rose Mandelin fonds
        PR1525 · Fonds · 1906-1994

        The fonds consists of notes and photocopies about Mennonite genealogy for La Crete, photocopies about the Boire family reunion and genealogical information, photocopies of Bérard family genealogical information, films of Edmonton and the Edmonton Exhibition, postcards of Edmonton Historical Exhibits, Calgary and Peace River, images of the Batt School students, the Boire sawmill, the Banff Springs Hotel, Edmonton streets, Peace River, the Calgary Stampede parade and Shelley Winters, Alan Ladd and the filming of movie Saskatchewan at Bow Lake, Alberta.

        Mandelin, Rose
        Sidney C. Bellamy fonds
        PR1692 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]-1951

        The fonds consists of images from Lamerton, Edmonton, Calgary and other areas in Alberta, including glass plate negatives of portraits of Lamerton residents, images from the Edmonton Exhibition including many of the parades and floats, especially for 1914, views of Edmonton, the 1914 flood and Edmonton buildings, as well as parks, swimming, skiing, soldiers and officers, and photographs of the cast of Iolanthe at Empire Theatre and the 19th Alberta Dragoons. The fonds also includes souvenir books for Alberta Attractions (Edmonton Exhibition Association), Calgary, Edmonton and the 1951 Royal Visit, and musical scores for The Crucifixion by J. Strainer, Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan and San Toy by Sidney Jones, and programs for the Canadian tour of Breden-Savoy Comic Opera Company’s Gilbert and Sullivan Repertoire and the Passion Play.

        Bellamy, Sidney C.
        Winifred Day fonds
        PR2554 · Fonds · Copied 1969

        The fonds consists of copies of photographs of Chief Crow Foot and Chief Dick Bad Boy taken at the Calgary Stampede by Winifred Day during her honeymoon in 1923.

        Day, Winifred
        Wize family fonds
        PR0776 · Fonds · 1910-1972, predominant 1910-1927

        Fonds consists of the records of the Wize family and includes correspondence, business cards, certificates from the Automobile Association and Motor Union, Calgary Electric Railway tickets, copied newspaper clippings, a promissory note, postcards, a telegram, and a letter of recommendation from Emily Murphy. Fonds also includes photographs and negatives depicting various buildings, street views, and parades in Alberta, including the Corona Hotel, Wize Block, Hudson’s Bay Company trading posts, Queen Alexandra School, the parliament building, airplanes, and the 49th Battalion. A large number of photographs and negatives depict people, buildings, and views in other countries, such as Egypt, Russia, Finland, Germany, England, Holland, Burma, Italy, Japan, Macao, Manila, Norway, and Sweden. Fonds also includes a register from the Corona Hotel.

        Wize, James Edward and Leonard E.
        Wolfgang Witschl fonds
        PR3416 · Fonds · 1956-1979

        The fonds consists of films and slides that were created by Wolfgang Witschl and document travel, hobbies, family activities, and community events. Activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, road trips, and family celebrations are all captured. Witschl also documented various wildlife in natural settings across Alberta, including bighorn sheep, bears, salmon, elk, moose, and caribou.

        Public events documented by Witschl include Edmonton's Heritage Days and Klondike Days, the closing of the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, marches and parades through Edmonton's downtown, a pageant and powwow to mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of Treaty 6 at Dried Meat Hill (Ka-Ke-Wuk), the christening of Mount Michener (which features Peter Lougheed and Rt. Hon. Daniel Roland Michener), and 1967 centennial celebrations in Edmonton (featuring Lester Pearson and Edmonton mayor Vincent Dantzer).

        Witschl, Wolfgang