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          Fonds · 1956-1986

          The fonds consists of the records of the Advisory Committee on Weather Modification, including those of its predecessor the Alberta Weather Modification Board. The files include minutes of meetings, correspondence, agreements, research reports, and other related records.

          Alberta Weather Modification Board
          A.W. Ponton fonds
          PR3804 · Fonds · 1884 - 1913

          The fonds consists of 26 diaries kept by land surveyor A.W Ponton between the years 1884 and 1913. Diaries include short daily entries on Ponton’s survey work and personal life in Alberta, including details about his survey progress, expenses, appointments, and dates, as well as the weather and terrain encountered. Entries also include Ponton’s observations of First Nation reservations and the individuals from area reservations he contracted to help with survey work (no names provided). Diaries occasionally contain memorandums with recipes for medicines to treat Ponton’s hearing loss and gout, and short excerpts of creative writing.

          Ponton, Archibald William
          E. Kendrick fonds
          PR2139 · Fonds · 1928-1936

          The fonds consists of a notebook detailing the activities of E. Kendrick. The notebook refers to weather, harvesting, and also contains verses, and dates from 1928-1936.

          Kendrick, E.
          Galbraith family fonds
          PR3778 · Fonds · [189-]-2011, predominantly [189-]-1977

          The fonds is made up of 15 diaries, a newspaper article, and correspondence. 14 of the diaries are of Barry Galbraith and are focused on farming and the weather, while the diary of Nan is of household chores and visits with friends and family.

          Galbraith family
          Thomas Albert Donnelly fonds
          PR3650 · Fonds · 1974-1978

          The fonds consists of slides that were taken during the course of Thomas Donnelly’s weather station inspections around Banff, Fort MacKay, and Fort McMurray. The images depict rural weather installations, work being undertaken on the installations, oil refineries, the Fort McMurray oil sands, sites around the town of Fort McMurray, aerial shots taken from a helicopter of Banff and oil infrastructure, and the helicopter used by Donnelly and his co-workers.

          Donnelly, Thomas Albert
          Waite, Nobes family fonds
          PR3324 · Fonds · 1814-2004

          The fonds consists of records related to several generations of the Waite-Nobes families and the management of the Waite homestead and weather station from the early 20th century to the near-present.

          The large amount of photos and negatives depict family members over the decades with most of them being identified and/or dated. Farming activities are also documented in the photographic images. Many of the photos are arranged in thematic albums.

          The textual material provides a wealth of detail related to the management of the farm and data specific to the weather station. There is also correspondence related to the farm and weather station, family correspondence, contracts, ration books, genealogical information, township and homestead maps, family Bibles, local election material, auction posters, memorial cards, diaries, journals, and notebooks.

          Waite, Nobes family
          William Earle Hudgeon fonds
          PR3663 · Fonds · 1950-1992

          The fonds consists of photographs created by Hudgeon as part of his professional work and as a hobbyist. There are three distinct types of photos: portraits (weddings, graduations, group portraits, etc.), news photos, and scenic shots.

          The portraits make up the bulk of the photos and the selected portraits all depict identified subjects, with a few exceptions. In addition to the types of portraits mentioned above (namely weddings and graduations), there are also formal portraits of Scout groups, school classes, Rotary Club events, and other social gatherings in Drumheller and Delia.

          The news photos depict specific events such as parades or the aftermath of news-worthy events such as accidents or fires. Many of these photos have newspaper copy attached to the back, thus providing detailed information about the images.

          The scenic shots depict the built environment of Drumheller and Delia with some landscape shots present.

          The textual material consists of several daily diaries kept by Blanche Chambers of Morrin, AB. Chambers was a family friend of the Hudgeons and gave these diaries to Earle at some point. There is no further information about Chambers or her relationship with the Hudgeons, but the diaries contain an immense amount of information.

          The diaries have daily entries, with each journal accounting for one year. The 1950s are particularly well-represented with some years in the 1960s-1980s present, as well. The diary entries provide information about the weather, daily activities, special events, and domestic life. There are also inserts such as pamphlets, extra pages for diary entries, letters, and drawings. Furthermore, some diaries contain hand-drawn quilt designs.

          Hudgeon, William Earle