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            Zonta Club of Edmonton fonds
            PR2160 · Fonds · 1953-1993

            The fonds consists of records, created, used, and maintained by the Zonta Club of Edmonton including minutes, reports, financial statements, ledgers, pamphlets, correspondence, including letters regarding the 40th anniversary of the club, and publications dating from 1953 to 1993.

            Zonta Club of Edmonton
            Zandra Bell fonds
            PR3551 · Fonds · 1990-2009

            The fonds consists of scripts, research notes, correspondence, and posters related to Bell's performance career. There are also videocassettes that contain TV appearances by Bell, promotional clips of her various performances and characters, complete recordings of her one-person shows, and demo reels.

            Bell, Zandra
            Yvonne Chapman fonds
            PR4162 · Fonds · 1970-1983

            Pamela Allan recorded her interview with Yvonne Chapman on May 31, 1994. In the interview, Chapman recounts her early experiences working as an Employee Relations Officer with the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses. She described the growth of unionism in the profession, the decision of the AARN to cease being a bargaining agent for the union, the separation of the Association and the United Nurses of Alberta in 1977, strikes in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and her views on the future of the professional unions in Alberta. A timed summary of the audiotape is included in the textual material.

            Chapman, Yvonne
            Series · 1962-1996

            The series consists of records related to the analysis of women's issues to provide input into government policy as well as develop public awareness through outreach and public awareness activities.

            The records include correspondence, minutes of meetings, briefs and reports, research materials, acts and legislation, publications created by the business unit, newsletters, and subject files pertaining to the status of women generally, employment and pay equity, divorce, education, health concerns including pregnancy and adoption decisions, concerns of rural and Indigenous women, aging, pensions, and other related issues. The series also includes files pertaining to liaison activities with the Alberta Advisory Council on Women's Issues as well as other stakeholder organizations.

            The series also includes administrative records related to the operations of the business unit as well as files related to mentorship and scholarship programs.

            Alberta Women's Bureau (1966-1986)
            Winnie Shandro fonds
            PR4161 · Fonds · 1934-1984

            Winnie Shandro describes her career in public health nursing, not in chronological order, but in the order that her lively memory decided. She describes the professional relationships between doctors and nurses and the bad behavior of some doctors towards nurses. One of their first tasks at the East Central Health Unit was to restore discipline to both professions and to improve relations between the public health service and the local hospital. Her main focus is on the health services she offered to First Nations and Metis settlements and to Indigenous patients in the Yukon and northern Alberta. Shandro’s career covered over 50 years of nursing service.

            Shandro, Winnie
            PR1298 · Fonds · 1950-1984

            The fonds consists of the records of Wallbridge & Imrie, Architects, and includes two series: project records, which include correspondence, agreements, plans, blueprints, drawings, specifications, tenders; and financial records, which include financial statements, correspondence and other finance-related records.

            Wallbridge & Imrie, Architects
            Vera Gingras fonds
            PR4159 · Fonds · 1941-1994

            The fonds consists of an interview of Vera Gingras in which she reviews her days at a student at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary and her work experience at St Michael’s Hospital, Lethbridge and St. Vincent’s Hospital, Pincher Creek. Nursing practices during the wartime shortages of 1944-1945 are described. Gingras records her observations on the changes in medical/nursing/patient relationships, in medication and procedures, and in nurses’ professional and union activities, that have taken place during her career.

            Gingras, Vera
            PR3627 · Fonds · 1997-2008

            The fonds consists of production files, raw footage, and master tapes related to the production of Pretty Ladies, Fast Horses. The textual records include contracts, release forms, correspondence, scripts, budgets, financial information, shot lists, interview transcripts, and shooting schedules.

            The audiovisual records include interviews with several subjects, footage of ranch work/life, footage of rodeos, and footage of the specific subjects of the documentary. The video footage is comprehensive in documenting ranch and rodeo life and extends beyond the immediate subject of the production. Subjects included in the footage include trick riding, cattle roping, cattle branding, barrel racing, bronco riding, rodeo culture, day-to-day work on cattle ranches, rodeo practice, among others.

            Trick Rider Productions
            PR0300 · Fonds · [191-?]-2001

            Fonds consists of records created by Thelma O’Neill in the course of her performing as a musician, and a music teacher. Fonds consists of records generated and accumulated relating to Thelma’s personal life. The fonds consists of two series: Professional records; Private records.

            O'Neill, Thelma Johannes
            PR3414.0002 · Series · 1900-1981
            Part of Campbell family fonds

            The series consists of certificates and diplomas related to her educational and teaching career, poetry manuscripts, correspondence, documents related to her civic activities, memoirs of a road/camping trip undertaken by the Campbell family across Great Britain and Norway in 1936, and notebooks full of poetry and prose spanning several decades.

            Campbell, Ruby (Kilgour)
            Rathgeber family fonds
            PR2992 · Fonds · 1929 - 1992

            The fonds consists of material documenting the life of the Rathgeber family. The fonds includes diaries written by Margaret Rathgeber documenting her experiences at school and as a domestic worker in Alberta between Jan 1, 1931 to June 21, 1938; letters written by Jake Rathgeber to Margaret Rathgeber while he served in World War II, 1944 to 1945; photographs featuring oil wells and the oil industry around Turner Valley, Alberta; biographical and family history information; a book written and published by the donor, Elaine Long, regarding her Uncle Ralph, To Capture A Cowboy: The Story of Ralph Rathgeber; and photographs. The photographs include one photograph of the 1912 dam built by the Calgary Power Company; and one cirkuit print featuring Jake Rathgeber's platoon, "Platoon No. 2 "A" Company G. A(B)TG No. 131 Camrose November 1942" [The "G"s may be "C"s]. The creator/owner of the five small photographs is not identified.

            Rathgeber family
            PR3644 · Fonds · 1980-2007

            The fonds consists of administrative records of the association including records of the Secretary including correspondence, meeting minutes, and other materials (1984-2007); membership lists (1981-2007); membership handbooks (1987-2000); program records (1986-2006); reports of the Treasurer and financial statements (1988-2007); Newsletters (1982-2006); and records relating to fundraising and auctions (1987-2007). It also includes publicity photo albums, including numerous administrative materials, of the organization featuring members and events (1982-2007, some gaps) and photographs from the IFTWO Mid-Americas Regional Conference held in Edmonton, September 21-24, 1995.

            Professional Women in Travel of Northern Alberta
            Phyllis Giovannetti fonds
            PR4150 · Fonds · 1957-2004, predominant 1981-2003

            The fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Phyllis Giovannetti during her nursing career and time as a professor at the University of Alberta. The records relate to her work as a professor, researcher, consultant, speaker, author, and member of various boards and committees. Records include: curriculum vitae, annual reports, course outlines, student papers, grant applications, research studies and reports, literature reviews and bibliographies, committee bylaws, terms of reference, agendas, minutes, and reports, position statements, news releases, newsletters, newspaper clippings, presentations, speeches, articles, books, conference proceedings, registration forms, programs, pamphlets, participant lists, evaluation forms, manuscript reviews, handwritten notes, nomination forms, certificates, correspondence, invitations, and greeting cards.

            The fonds is arranged in twelve series: Alberta Association of Registered Nurses (AARN), Books and Articles, Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing (CAUSN), Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), Conferences, Consulting, Miscellaneous, Other Associations and Committees, Publications, Research, Reviews, and University of Alberta.

            Giovannetti, Phyllis
            PR0355 · Fonds · 1981-1999

            The fonds consists of a variety of Board of Directors records including agendas, minutes, reports, statistics, financial papers, correspondence and marketing materials. These records document activities, issues and decisions reached by the Society.

            Options for Women Society
            Olive Ross fonds
            PR0505 · Fonds · 1895-1960

            Fonds consists of records of Olive Ross and the Ross family and includes correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, poems, pamphlets, passenger lists, wills, and photographs.

            Ross, Olive
            PR1873 · Collection · 1989-2002

            The collection consists of the assignments, specifically photographs and negatives, created by first and second year students in the Photographic Technology Program at NAIT; assignment topics included: “Documenting Edmonton” (choice of one of four: Chinatown, Little Italy, 118th Avenue between 82nd and 97th Streets, or Fort Road between the Yellowhead Trail and the Londonderry Inn) (1989); “Documenting Edmonton” (choice of one of four: Whyte Avenue from 103rd to 109th Streets, Calder area - 127 Avenue from 97th to 127th Streets, 118th Avenue and Kingsway Avenue (Kingsway Garden Mall) west to 124th Street, or 124th Street from Jasper Avenue to 111th Avenue) (1993); “Documenting Edmonton” (Jasper Avenue) (1996); “Documenting Edmonton” (Social Strata) (1997); “Women at Work in Edmonton in the 1990s” (1998); “Car Culture” (exhibited at Café La Gare) (1999); “The Human Imprint” (showing man’s affect on the environment) (2000); “Like Linda [McCartney]: Performers through the lens of NAIT photography students” (exhibited as part of the Sixties exhibit at the Provincial Museum of Alberta) (2001); and “Poverty in the Land of Plenty” (2002).

            NAIT Photographic Technology Program students
            Miriam Elston fonds
            PR0132 · Fonds · 1910-1920

            Fonds consists of three scrapbooks containing articles and short stories by Miriam Elston, and editorial appreciation of her work. Also consists of photographs and postcards depicting life in Alberta.

            Elston, Miriam
            McDonald family fonds
            PR0270 · Fonds · 1903-1960, predominant 1903-1930

            Fonds consists of records pertaining to Helen McDonald’s personal life and her career as a teacher. Fonds also consists of records pertaining to Justin McDonald’s career in the military and as a doctor. The records include diplomas, photographs, certificates and a scrapbook of greeting cards, programs, and newspaper clippings.

            McDonald, Helen and Justin
            Maria Bojarczuk fonds
            PR4039 · Fonds · [1942?]

            The fonds consists of photographs and negatives that depict subjects at No. 32 Elementary Flying Training School in Bowden, Alberta during the Second World War. Many of the subjects are identified and include images of Maria Bojarczuk, her friends, and students from the flight school as well as some local residents. There are extensive images of students, events, buildings, and equipment at the flight school.

            Bojarczuk, Maria
            Margaret Street fonds
            PR4141 · Fonds

            Margaret Street was interviewed by Sheila Zerr for the Registered Nurses Association of British Columbia and the summary of the audiotape was prepared originally by Deb Coulter for the AARN Archives. The interview took place on September 29, 1987. Street reviews her career as a nursing teacher and administrator in Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Calgary. She names and pays tribute to the nursing leaders in Canada during her career, especially Ethel Johns and Gertrude Hall. Developments in nursing education throughout the country are discussed, particularly the impact the Weir Survey of nursing education curricula [1932] and the contributions of Gertrude Hall.

            Street, Margaret
            Mabel Clemens fonds
            PR1640 · Fonds · 1899-1903

            The fonds consists of records relating to Mabel Clemens's teaching career prior to her marriage, including teachers' examinations, correspondence, and teaching certificates.

            Clemens, Mabel
            Lorna Thomas fonds
            PR2840 · Fonds · 1978-2008

            The fonds consists of records created by Lorna Thomas Productions, records created or collected by Lorna Thomas during her teaching career, and records created by Le Théâtre du coyote clown troupe.

            The Lorna Thomas Productions (LTP) material consists of project files (including grant applications, financial records, budgets, project summaries, proposals, contracts, press kits, storyboards, and production schedules), shot lists, scripts, camera tapes, masters, production stills, and interview transcriptions for several LTP productions including the NFB documentary Beating the Streets (which focuses on youth poverty and education in Edmonton) and Bursting with Fruit Flavour (a youth-helmed production that explores the lives of student participants from their own perspective, Phyllis’ Miracle, Inspiring Teachers: The Collaborative Schools Model, Support From the Heart, Power Tools: Women in the Construction Trades, Fun For All, Drop It Like It’s Hot, and Radio Worth Fighting For. These documentaries and educational shorts focus on a variety of topics related to Alberta such as CKUA Radio, mentorship of student teachers, and dealing with cancer.

            Le Théâtre du coyote was a bilingual clown troupe founded in 1985 by Thomas, Manon Beaudoin, Sonia Côté, and Jan Henderson. The troupe presented educational plays for children and performed at busking festivals across Canada. The records related to the troupe consist of project files, scripts, press clippings, programs, and correspondence related to performances.

            The remainder of the material consists of records created or used by Lorna Thomas for theatre education, for both the Edmonton Public School Board and the University of Alberta. There are also theatre workshop records and records related to Thomas’ own theatrical work.

            Lorna Thomas Productions
            Lillian Morris fonds
            PR1751 · Fonds · Copied 1988

            The fonds consists images, originally dating 1928, of the Great Western Garment Company workers attending a picnic and delegates to an Alberta Federation of Labour meeting.

            Morris, Lillian
            Laura Attrux fonds
            PR4140 · Fonds · 1953-1987

            Two of Laura Attrux’s best friends in Slave Lake, Alberta, Helen Getzinger and Stella Boisvert, were interviewed on November 6, 1993, by Moira Bazin. The interview was part of an assignment for the University of Alberta course Nursing 550, Dr. Shirley Stinson, instructor. The fonds consists of one audiotape cassette and 0.05 m of textual material, which includes Ms. Basin’s essay based on the interview, biographical material, tributes and eulogies for Laura Attrux, photocopies of photographs illustrating her work as a public health nurse, and a photocopy of the Minute book, 1950-1971, of the Slave Lake District Nursing Association. The Association was responsible for providing a building to serve as home, office, and clinic for the district nurse. When the nursing service was disbanded the residual funds were used to establish the Laura Attrux Scholarship for local students. The audiotaped interview records the memories of two women who assisted Miss Attrux in her nursing duties and became her closest friends during her years in northern Alberta. Their recollections cover the activities of the community and their families, in both of which Miss Attrux was closely involved.

            Attrux, Laura
            PR1591 · Fonds · 1939-1995

            The fonds consists of the records of Jim and Constance Panchuck and includes one series, Panchuk/Panchuck Get-Together records, as well as the following: correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets and photographs related to Constance's employment with the Southern California Gas Company, copies of Constance's magazine articles and newspaper columns (in Medicine Hat News and Lloydminster Times), records relating to Jim's employment, passports, and an audio recording of "Get Smart" TV show on which Constance a guest.

            Panchuk, James
            Jessie Morrison fonds
            PR4135 · Fonds · 1910-1966; 1992

            The fonds includes records related to Jessie Morrison's life and career. These records consist of her commission into the armed services in 1943, including her toast to the Canadian Women's Army Corps on their 45th anniversary and the program from that event. Additionally, there is a speech titled "Gertrude Hall - a Tribute to a Friend," along with a photograph of the plaque unveiling dedicated to Gertrude Hall.

            The fonds also contains materials related to Morrison's nursing experiences, such as "Nursing with the Canadian Army in Normandy - 1944." It includes a letter and information about Betty Barefoot, references regarding the Geriatric Nursing Institute, and a paper on Ethel Johns by Rae Chittick. There is a transcript of an oral interview and a text of a speech where Jessie Morrison recounts her experiences as a Nursing Sister with the Canadian Army from 1941 to 1943. Her curriculum vitae and two photographs are also part of the collection. Additionally, there is an interview conducted by Carol Ritch in 1993, where Jessie Morrison discusses her early family life in the West, her nursing training at the Winnipeg General Hospital from 1923 to 1926, and her role as Matron of Government House geriatric care. The interview covers staffing, services, nursing and spiritual care, handling problem cases, medications, as well as special supplies and equipment used during her tenure.

            Morrison, Jessie
            Iris Rosen fonds
            PR3243 · Fonds · 1941-[ca. 2004]

            The fonds consists of photographs and negatives taken by Iris Rosen in Edmonton, Europe, and Asia and scrapbooks chronicling her life and experiences.

            Rosen, Iris
            PR3664 · Fonds · 1962-1988

            The fonds consists of records relating to the first few years of the Insurance Women of Edmonton, and includes scrapbooks and slides. The records principally relate to the conferences, known as flurries, hosted and attended by the Insurance Women of Edmonton in Edmonton and the Western United States.

            Insurance Women of Edmonton
            Home Services series
            PR2368.0005 · Series · [1980s]
            Part of ATCO Group fonds

            The series consists of recipes, two cookbooks entitled 59 years of Cooking with Gas and 75 Favourites, canning guides, clippings, photographs and other records related to home economics in the gas-powered home. The records were created by the employees, primarily women, of the North Western Utilities Ltd. Home Services Department, later known as the Blue Flame Kitchen, and the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Ltd. Home Services Department.

            Helen Westley fonds
            PR4130 · Fonds

            The fonds consists of an interview by Sheila Way of Helen Westley as part of the oral history project of the AARN History of Nursing oral project. Westley describes her training at Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary and her work as a professional nurse in Southern Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon, and as a volunteer with CUSO, in a medical mission in Papua-New Guinea (a one-year appointment). She observed the doctor/nurse/patient relationships in the hospitals in which she worked, and comments on the changes that have occurred since she began nursing. There is background noise on the audiotape which obscures the dialogue in some places.

            Westley, Helen
            Helen Sabin fonds
            PR4128 · Fonds · 1933-1993

            The fonds consists of University of Alberta and Faculty of Nursing student items: graduation program, invitation, valedictory exercises program, news clippings, and a photograph (1938); Christmas dinner program (1933), junior prom program (1936), midwinter program (1937), and examination papers (1938); varsity yells from the Faculty of Nursing; 50th-anniversary program (1974); Alberta Department of Health, District Nursing Branch staff photograph (1938); Alberta Public Health Association annual meeting program (1942); convocation program and invitation for the presentation of an honorary doctorate to Helen Sabin by Athabasca University (1993). Additionally, there is Lynne French's interview with Helen Sabin, where she describes the daily routine and training program of student nurses and the changes brought about by the Weir Report (1932) and the CNA curriculum study (1936). In the interview, Sabin also comments on the effects of the changes brought about by the restructuring of health care in Alberta during the 1990s.

            Sabin, Helen
            Helen Hunley fonds
            PR3636 · Fonds · 1941-2005

            The fonds consists of records related to Helen Hunley's personal, professional and political activities. The fonds is comprised of the following series:

            • Personal, professional and political records
            • Minister without Portfolio records
            Hunley, Helen
            Gurty Chinell fonds
            PR4127 · Fonds · 1953, 1962-1994

            The fonds consists of an audio recording of Gurty Chinell, who was interviewed on June 13, 1994, by Diane P. Cingel. She discusses the growth and development of Alberta nurses’ professional organizations and labor union. Chinell was an active member of the AARN, the Staff Nurses Association and the United Nurses of Alberta, serving as an officer on several occasions and as a member of numerous committees. One part of the tape, on which she discussed specific committees on which she served, is difficult to hear because of static.

            Chinell, Gurty
            PR0496 · Collection · [ca. 1881]-1956

            The collection consists of records that did not fit the mandate of the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives and includes photographs of the Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories, Edgar Dewdney, homesteads and farmhouses, aboriginal families and women trainees at the Air Observer School; a Drumheller District Tourist Guide; an issue of “The Roteller,” the official bulletin of the Drumheller Rotary Club and mechanically produced photographic reproductions of various mountain scenes including Banff Springs Hotel.

            Greater Vernon Museum and Archives
            Geneva Purcell fonds
            PR4126 · Fonds · 1962-1982

            The fonds consists of one audiotape (cassette) recording of the speech Geneva Purcell gave to the University of Alberta Hospital Alumnae Dinner on May 1, 1982, entitled “Nursing in the 60s”, and a time/footage summary of the audiotape in the accompanying file. Purcell reviews changes in the nursing profession since her graduation in 1936, the development of the hospital, college and university training programs and the rise of nursing associations and unions.

            Purcell, Geneva
            PR0373 · Fonds · 1986-1992

            Fonds consists of Board meeting minutes and correspondence as well as philanthropic project files. Fonds also consists of records from the Hospitality Committee including budgets, correspondence, minutes and other event planning documents.

            Executive Women International. Edmonton Chapter
            Everitt family fonds
            PR3338 · Fonds · 1862-1946

            The fonds consists of photographs depicting identified members of the Everitt family from several generations in England and Canada, family road trips through Alberta, cartes-de-visite of family members and family friends, Madeline's salon, and the British King and Queen's visit to Edmonton in 1939. The fonds also includes personal journals and notebooks.

            Everitt, James and Alice
            Erna Dominey fonds
            PR2861 · Fonds · 1991

            The fonds consists of recordings of interviews conducted by Erna Dominey in 1991 with the employees, friends, colleagues, and clients of the architectural firm of Jean Wallbridge and Mary Imrie including Trevor Edwards, Mickie Hollands, Ilse Koerner and Sabine Reich, Helen Peters, Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilcox, Gordon Wynn, Ray Gordon, Eleanor Cairns Everington, Brian Campbell Hope, Mrs. Margaret Millar, Mrs. Jean Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Fitch, Dan Kassian, Bernie Wood, Joan Hunt, and Dr. and Mrs. Judge.

            Dominey, Erna
            Elnora Hibbert fonds
            PR4118 · Fonds · 1963-1993

            The fonds consists audiotaped interview of Elnora Hibbert by Jean Bellstedt on November 16, 1992, for the course Nursing 550 at the University of Alberta (professor: Dr. Shirley Stinson). The materials include Hibbert’s description of the developments in pediatric rehabilitation care at the Glenrose Hospital since it opened for patients in 1964. Supplemental to the interview and Bellstedt’s essay are copies of press clippings on the work of the Glenrose, 1964-1973, a job description for the Supervisor of the Emotionally Disturbed Children’s Unit, and organization charts for the Hospital and the Nursing Department.

            Hibbert, Elnora
            Edmonton Working Women fonds
            PR0390 · Fonds · 1983-2001

            Fonds consists of operational and administrative records for the Edmonton Working Women as well as programme files. Also included are annual reports, evaluation and planning, policies, incorporation and meeting minutes. Fonds also consists of project files for resource guides on sexual harassment and workplace rights including low literacy and foreign language versions. Also included are financial statements, grant applications, and fund raising files as well as submissions on a variety of city and provincial policies or legislation including health care, poverty, and wages. Fonds also consists of subject files on a number of issues like social justice, employment equity, and sexual harassment. Also includes transcripts of hotline calls and monthly summaries.

            Edmonton Working Women
            PR0088 · Fonds · 1933-2000

            The fonds consists of the records created and received by the executive arm of the Edmonton Club in carrying out the objectives of the Club, through their role in establishing and revising policy, and from the general supervision the business and management of the Club.

            Edmonton Business and Professional Women's Club
            E. Mary Johnstone fonds
            PR0431 · Fonds · [ca. 1930]

            Fonds consists of photographs depicting people, views, and hospitals in various towns in northern Alberta including Peace River, Grande Prairie, and Fort Garry. Also includes Montreal, Quebec, the Rocky Mountains, and other northern Alberta regions.

            Johnstone, E. Mary
            PR2099 · Fonds · 1951-1986

            The fonds consists of scrapbooks including text and pictures of the Desk and Derrick Club of Edmonton dating from 1951-1986 documenting the history of the organization.

            Desk and Derrick Club of Edmonton
            Series · 1925-1999

            The series consists of the records of the Deputy Minister of Labour, including those of that position's predecessors, the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Deputy Minister of Industries and Labour, and the Deputy Minister of Advanced Education and Manpower.

            The files include correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, legal decisions, publications, conference proceedings, background research, legislation and other records related to employment standards, working conditions in various industries, hours of pay, wages, investigations, apprenticeship, labour disputes, federal-provincial liaison activities, women and youth in the workforce, and occupational health. It also includes records related to departmental administration and liaison activities with branches within the department.

            The series also includes records related to the Deputy's role as the chair of the regional chapter of the National War Labour Board, including correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, legislation, and case files of liaison activities with stakeholders.

            Alberta. Trade and Industry. Deputy Minister
            PR2500 · Fonds · 1978-2011

            The fonds consists of administrative records, including constitutions, minutes, financial records and correspondence created by the Coalition des femmes de l’Alberta, its affiliates, and partners.

            Coalition des femmes de l'Alberta
            PR2402 · Fonds · 1904-1972, 1975

            The fonds consists of records maintained, collected, and created by the Canadian Women's Press Club, Edmonton Branch including by-laws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, reports, membership information, speeches, newsletters, booklets, press releases and news clippings.

            Canadian Women's Press Club. Edmonton Branch
            Bowker family fonds
            PR0339 · Fonds · 1927-1998

            The fonds consists of records created by Marjorie Bowker and Wilbur Bowker. These papers show their involvement in legal, social and political issues in Alberta and Canada. The fonds holds family papers, speeches and writings, material created by Marjorie Bowker’s position as a judge, media interviews and various photo albums. The fonds includes two series: Marjorie Bowker records and Wilbur Bowker records.

            Bowker, Wilbur F.
            Anna MacLaren fonds
            PR1891 · Fonds · 1944-1958

            The fonds consists of loose scrapbook pages, compiled by Anna MacLaren, of newspaper articles about unionism, labour organizations, labour legislation, minimum wages, the Hotel and Restaurant Employees’ International Alliance Local No. 198 and Anna MacLaren.

            MacLaren, Anna
            PR4108 · Fonds · 1926-1995, predominant 1977-1995

            The fonds consists of a Misericordia Hospital (Edmonton) graduation diploma, convocation programs and nurse’s prayer, an Alberta Association of Registered Nurses registration certificate; news clippings, correspondence, citations, photographs, and memorabilia from Alyce Rowswell Schroeder’s career.

            Rowswell Schroeder, Alyce
            Alma Taft fonds
            PR3345 · Fonds · 1960-1967

            The fonds consists of recorded interviews conducted by Alma Taft on various topics, including medical research, employment, falconry, and student activism.

            Taft, Alma
            PR0089 · Fonds · 1896-2006

            The fonds consists of records which have been created in the process of maintaining, training and advancing the role of women and their work in the province of Alberta. The material is arranged in the following series: Provincial records; District records; Local records and Miscellaneous.

            Alberta Women's Institute
            PR0089.0004 · Series · 1911 - 2001
            Part of Alberta Women's Institute fonds

            The series consists of material that is not specifically associated with the three organizational levels of the Alberta Women’s Institute – provincial, district and local. The series includes Northern Alberta Women’s committee, guest speakers/visits, histories, ephemera, journal, tape order book, address book, Cirkuit photographs, photograph of Women Institute Girls Club, survey of disabled farmers, The Alaska Highway Station, published material from a variety of sources, some material associated with the Women’s Institute at the national level, and material collected as part of research conducted for the book, “Many and remarkable: the story of the Alberta Women's Institute,” by Catherine C. Cole and Judy Larmour.

            PR0089.0003 · Series · 1909-2006
            Part of Alberta Women's Institute fonds

            The series consists of records which have been created through the administration and activities of local Alberta Women Institute branches. The series includes minute books, cash books, financials, local branch histories, registers, scrapbooks, clippings, guest book, programs, reports and by-laws

            PR4044 · Fonds · 2001-2016

            The fonds consists of records related to ALHI’s mandate to collect and preserve oral histories from Albertan workers. Each video and audio cassette contains an oral history and is identified by date, participant, and subject matter. There are multiple copies on different media of most of the oral history recordings, with digital copies backed up on the 4 hard disk drives. The textual records consist of signed release forms completed by the participants, which stipulate that the recordings may be disseminated for research purposes and made publically available.

            As a whole, there are dozens of different oral histories on a variety of labour-related topics including union activism (with a host of unions represented), the experiences of women in the work force, the experiences of visible minorities in the work force, and significant events such as strikes, lock-outs, organizing campaigns, and the daily lives of Albertan workers.

            Alberta Labour History Institute
            Agathe Gaulin fonds
            PR3735 · Fonds · 1970-2008

            The fonds consists of material relating to the history of the Francophone community and women’s rights in Alberta, either collected or created by Agathe Gaulin. It includes administrative records from associations where Agathe Gaulin volunteered or worked, such as the Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta, Cité Francophone, Fédération des aînés franco-albertains, Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne, Alliance des femmes de la francophonie canadienne, Fédération nationale des femmes canadiennes-françaises, Centre éducatif communautaire de l'Alberta, Salon d'histoire de la francophonie albertaine, Héritage franco-albertain, Fédération Jeunesse de l'Alberta. Also included are identified photographs of preeminent members or friends of the Francophone community in Alberta.

            Gaulin, Agathe