Collection PR2064 - Reynolds Alberta Museum collection

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Reynolds Alberta Museum collection

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    PR2064

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    • 1905-[ca. 1960] (Creation)

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    0.10 m of textual records and other material.

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    (1992-)

    Administrative history

    The Reynolds-Alberta Museum is an agricultural, industrial, and transportation museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta that first opened to the public in 1992. The foundation of its collection is the artifacts donated between 1981 and 2012 by Stan Reynolds (1923-2012), a Wetaskiwin businessman who had acquired aviation and automotive collectibles since the 1950s.

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    The collection consists of materials related to the operation of the Florence Hotel in Killiam, Alberta created by Theo Skagen dating from 1916 to 1926, a negative of the Parliament Building by J.A. Brown dating from 1920, a copy of a map of the Westmount neighborhood in Edmonton circa 1910, a map of the Yellowhead Highway from Edmonton to Lloydminster, Alberta dating from the 1960s, and a photograph of Morley, Alberta taken by A.W. "Nick" Carter in 1920, a tractor advertisement, and images of threshing machinery and outfits.

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    The photographs in PR1984.0045 were loaned to the Provincial Archives of Alberta by the Reynolds Alberta Museum to be copied in 1984. The photographs in PR1988.0086 were loaned to the Provincial Archives of Alberta by the Reynolds Alberta Museum to be copied in 1988. In 2005, the Reynolds Alberta Museum donated the remaining material to the Provincial Archives of Alberta. The Reynolds Alberta Museum received the photographic print of Morley from Eileen Allan of Vancouver. The provenance of the remaining material is not known.

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        The material is in English

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Associated materials

        Please also see the Theo Skagen fonds at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

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        Further accruals are not expected.

        General note

        Includes accessions PR2007.0235, PR1988.0086, and PR1984.0045.

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        The collection also includes 1 negative, 16 photographs, and 2 maps.

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