Sports facilities

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        Sports facilities

        • UF Stadiums
        • UF Arenas

        6 Archival description results for Sports facilities

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        PR3802 · Fonds · 1992-2009

        The fonds consist of administrative records of the ACWBPA, including minutes, correspondence, financial records, and annual reports of the association. The fonds also includes applications and reports regarding the ACWBPA’s four Community Lottery Board grants, as well as records relating to the construction and management of the Airdrie Chinook Winds Ball Park.

        Airdrie Chinook Winds Ball Park Association
        PR2989 · Collection · [ca. 1900 - 1940]

        The collection consists of five photo-postcards featuring locations and activities in small town Alberta dating from circa 1900 to 1940 including: "Main Street, Killam, Alberta", "Killam Memorial Arena", "Grading Near Excel", "Gullekson's Outfit, Oyen, Alberta", and "Railway Ave, Olds, Alberta".

        Wetheral, Elizabeth
        Emery and Jamieson fonds
        PR1224 · Fonds · 1897-1972

        Fonds consists of records pertaining to the formation and incorporation of the Glenora Skating and Tennis Club and the formation and incorporation of the Glenora Club, including amalgamation with Glenora Skating and Tennis Club, Royal Curling Club and Braemar Club and the subsequent transfers of membership, as well as various legal issue pertaining to the operations of the Royal Glenora Club. Fonds also contains records pertaining to various legal matters concerning the lumber merchant companies of Walter and Humberstone Limited and John Walter Limited of Edmonton and Strathcona, Alberta, and to legal matters concerning the tenancy and operation of the Heiminck Building in Edmonton, Alberta, owned by Isabella Heiminck. Fond contains correspondence, homestead and other land ownership records, leases, insurance policies, agreements, receipts, mortgages, tax receipts, minutes, shareholder lists, shares, timber berth records, financial records, notes, memorandum, annual reports, newspaper clippings, utility bills, and maps depicting subdivisions of Edmonton and Strathcona, Alberta. Fonds has been arranged into the following series: Royal Glenora Club (1955-1972); John Walter Limited (1897-1917); Heiminck Building (1901-1934).

        Emery and Jamieson
        Gerhard Splinter fonds
        PR3702 · Fonds · 1973-1985

        The fonds consists of notebooks in which Splinter recorded the progress of the projects he was working on; collected separate materials such as letters and plans; and noted dates, locations, and temperatures. The diaries are extremely detailed and effectively document the planning and building processes used by Public Works for various sites around Alberta, including Drumheller, Boyle, Stony Plain, Edmonton, Bowden, Thorsby, and others. There are also some sites in the Northwest Territories. Building projects include federal sites such as RCMP buildings and community projects such as gyms and sports fields.

        An audiocassette accompanies the seventh volume of the notebooks and consists of Splinter elaborating on the projects documented in that notebook.

        Splinter, Gerhard
        Hillcrest Country Club fonds
        PR1856 · Fonds · 1951-1974

        The fonds consists of records relating to the Hillcrest Country Club Limited and includes correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, minutes, memorandum of association, reports, and financial statements.

        Hillcrest Country Club
        Royal Glenora Club fonds
        PR1421 · Fonds · Copied 1984

        The fonds consists of copied images relating to the history of the clubs that formed the Royal Glenora Club; the images, originally dating 1923 to 1958, include the directors of the Braemar Badminton Club, various curling champions, the Glenora skating rink, and the participants in the rehearsal of the 1925 Glenora Skating Club Carnival.

        Royal Glenora Club