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            PR0252 · Fonds · 1864-1955, predominant 1900-1935

            Fonds consists of Rutherford’s personal and business records, particularly records created in his capacity as a lawyer and as a politician. These records include political papers, financial records, ordinances, proceedings, policies, reports, publications, personal records, photographs, diplomas, newspapers and newspaper clippings. Also included in this fonds are a newspaper clipping and photograph dated after Rutherford’s death. These two items were interfiled with Rutherford’s papers when they were deposited in the Provincial Archives of Alberta in 1975. They probably belonged to a member of Rutherford’s family and so were maintained within accession PR1975.0518.

            Rutherford, Alexander Cameron
            Brander Studios collection
            PR4086 · Collection · 1951

            The photographs depict the 1951 Royal Visit, during which Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) and Prince Phillip visited all the Canadian provinces. The photographs depict their visit to Edmonton in October, and two are labeled on the reverse with the date and people present. In one of these photos where Princess Elizabeth is making an address, Premier Manning and Lieutenant Governor Bowden are also present.

            One of the photographs is labeled with “Brander Studios,” and it is likely that the photographs were taken by a photographer who worked there.

            Brander Studios
            Hazel McCuaig collection
            PR2147 · Collection · [ca 1885] - 1963, Copied 1992

            The collection consists of photographs featuring Hazel McCuaig's family in the early part of the 20th century at events such as a wedding at Rutherford House and views of Rutherford House. There is also a snapshot of King Edward VII and is identified as being taken in Banff in 1906. The collection also includes photocopied newspaper clippings and various Government of Alberta and other publications including Law Society of Alberta regulations, Department of Education regulations and catalogue of books for public schools and libraries, United Farmers of Alberta (UFA) Co-operative Elevator Company notices, Canadian Bank of Commerce New Index of Wholesale Prices in Canada, an issue of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Times, issues of The Globe newspaper, and various other publications including Tom Taylor's Motor Trip Through the Canadian Rockies, General Description of the Resources and Capabilities of the Canadian North-West, Rundle in Alberta, A Descriptive Narrative of Banff National Park, The Jubilee of Confederation, and Premiums and Losses in Alberta of Insurance Companies.

            McCuaig, Hazel