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          PR1809 · Fonds · 1929-1988

          The fonds consists of records relating to the Alberta Lung Association and includes a minute book (1929-1939) for the Calgary Tuberculosis Association (incorporated June 27, 1930 to effect the relief and cure of persons suffering from tuberculosis and to prevent the spread of tuberculosis by circulation of literature and lectures, by supplying patients with proper food, clothing and medicine and the establishment of a clinic; became the Calgary Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases Association in 1969 and the Calgary Lung Association in 1977), a copy of the 1961 Master of Social Work thesis by Harold Robertson Doxses entitled “Tuberculosis Rehabilitation in British Columbia and Alberta,” annual reports, a Manual of the Christmas Seals Campaign, copies of the Creed of the TB Worker, photographs of board members, tuberculosis equipment, and tuberculosis facilities, and educational and advertising moving image and sound recordings.

          Alberta Lung Association
          Elizabeth Aylen fonds
          PR1029 · Fonds · 1974

          Fonds consists of records relating to the presentation of a portable x-ray machine to the Fort Saskatchewan General Hospital by the Ladies Auxiliary to commemorate Major Peter Aylen (1861-1925) and his association with the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) and the town of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, and includes photocopied newspaper clippings about the presentation dated 1974, photocopied speeches given at the ceremony, dated 1974, and a programme from the ceremony.

          Aylen, Elizabeth
          Series · 1942-2004, predominant 1980-2004

          The series consists of records related to the regulation and oversight of various provincial professions and occupations. The files include those created by several government-appointed independent regulatory boards as well as government branches responsible for professional regulation whose records were subsequently consolidated into a single filing system for all regulatory activities.

          The records include correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, agendas, background research into and histories of specific disciplines, drafts and copies of legislation, questionnaires, ministerial orders, orders-in-council, and other records related to liaison with and oversight of health-related and other professions and occupations. Those professions and occupations include:

          • accountants
          • acupuncturists
          • agrologists
          • appraisers
          • architects
          • assessors
          • athletic therapists
          • chiropodists
          • chiropractors
          • laboratory and x-ray technicians
          • dental mechanics
          • dental technicians
          • dental hygienists
          • dental assistants
          • dieticians
          • electroencephalograph technologists
          • emergency medical technicians
          • engineering technologists
          • engineers / geologists / geophysicists
          • foresters
          • funeral directors / embalmers
          • health records administrators
          • hearing aid practitioners
          • herbalists
          • home economists
          • homeopathic practitioners
          • interior designers
          • landscape architects
          • lawyers
          • licensed practical nurses
          • local government managers
          • massage therapists
          • medical lab technologists
          • medical doctors
          • medical radiation technologists
          • mental deficiency nurses / psychiatric nurses
          • midwives
          • naturopaths
          • nurses
          • occupational therapists
          • ophthalmic dispensers
          • optometrists
          • orthomolecular consultants
          • orthopedic technologists
          • orthotists / prosthetists
          • pharmacists
          • physical therapists
          • planners
          • podiatrists
          • professional biologists
          • psychologists
          • purchasers
          • rehabilitation practitioners
          • respiratory therapists
          • school business officials
          • shorthand reporters
          • social workers
          • teachers, and
          • veterinarians.
          Alberta. Professions and Occupations Bureau