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Alberta Trip Through Time - television program

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Date Range
1983
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111113
Physical Description
1" tape 29 min
Scope and Content
The program is about the rehabilitation of native drug addicts and alcoholics. John Many Chiefs talks about a program and the reconnection to the world that he went through. Pat Gladue talks about sobriety, going back to school, working with a rehabilitation program, and going to a sweat lodge. Ros…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1983
Description Level
Item
Creator
CFAC Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
1" tape 29 min
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Custodial History
A DVD copy is available.
Scope and Content
The program is about the rehabilitation of native drug addicts and alcoholics. John Many Chiefs talks about a program and the reconnection to the world that he went through. Pat Gladue talks about sobriety, going back to school, working with a rehabilitation program, and going to a sweat lodge. Rose Yellowfeet talks about her journey with alcoholism and recovery. Randy Cardinal talks about his experience with alcoholism and recovery. Phyllis Strawberry talks about her experience with alcoholism. Ed Calf Robe talks about his experience with alcoholism and a split family. Wilson Okeymow talks about searching for help in elders with his alcoholism and his recovery.
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20161111113
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Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going Part II - television program

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Date Range
1983
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111121
Physical Description
1" tape 26 min
Scope and Content
The Program talks about maintaining Aboriginal culture. Alice Makokis talks about sweat lodges and the Indian religion. Kevin Dion went to the sweat lodges in hopes of keeping his family together and his father to stop drinking. Jerry Saddleback talks about the Plains hoop dance a thanksgiving danc…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1983
Description Level
Item
Creator
CFAC Lethbridge Television
Physical Description
1" tape 26 min
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Custodial History
A DVD copy is available.
Scope and Content
The Program talks about maintaining Aboriginal culture. Alice Makokis talks about sweat lodges and the Indian religion. Kevin Dion went to the sweat lodges in hopes of keeping his family together and his father to stop drinking. Jerry Saddleback talks about the Plains hoop dance a thanksgiving dance. Martha Many Grey Horses talks about growing up with vibrant ceremonies, her isolation in residential schools, and the ability to share the native culture and community. Lee Brown talks about singing and the spiritual aspect of singing and the importance of maintaining the native culture. Phil Lane talks about the importance of culture, native religion and everyone coming together.
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20161111121
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Banff-Bassano : British Columbia - Alberta

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111051005
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 65 x 77 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 52 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 116 degrees longitude (W). Reference includes: Boundary: provincial, national park and township; Railway: steam and single track; Main highway with route number; Secondary road; City or large town; Town or village; Power line; Telephone line (out…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Surveys and Mapping Branch
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 65 x 77 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 52 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 116 degrees longitude (W). Reference includes: Boundary: provincial, national park and township; Railway: steam and single track; Main highway with route number; Secondary road; City or large town; Town or village; Power line; Telephone line (outlying only); Marsh or swamp; Non-permanent lake; Canal, irrigation; Ferry; Glacier; Mine; Oil well; Lookout tower, with telephone; Ranger cabin with and without telephone or radio; Height in feet.
Notes
National Topographic Series Second Edition Sheet 82 N.E. Scale 8 miles to 1 inch or 1:506,880 NOTE: Grid squares may be drawn on this map by joining the corresponding divisions shown along the outer border. The even number of the squares are given along the outer border. Compiled, drawn and printed at the Hydrographic and Map Service, Ottawa, 1940. Reprinted with minor corrections at the Surveys and Mapping Branch, 1950. Also included on the map are: Sheet Index map, Altitude Tints graphic (Datum is mean sea level) and The Declination of the Compass Needle, 1949 map and explanatory notes. Copies may be obtained from the Map Distribution Office, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa. Price 25 cents.
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20111051005
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Cranbrook - Lethbridge : British Columbia - Alberta aeronautical edition (ICAO symbols)

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20011086017
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 65 x 76 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 48 to 50 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 116 degrees longitude (W). Shows location of: Cities, towns, reserves, railways and landforms Reference includes: Boundary international, provincial or state, township and national park; Railway: steam, double track and single track with statio…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Surveys and Mapping Branch
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 65 x 76 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 48 to 50 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 116 degrees longitude (W). Shows location of: Cities, towns, reserves, railways and landforms Reference includes: Boundary international, provincial or state, township and national park; Railway: steam, double track and single track with station; Abandoned railway grade; Main highways with route numbers; Secondary roads; Marsh or swamp; Non-permanent lake; Glacier; Cities and large towns; Towns and villages; Mine; Height in feet; Lookout tower with and without telephone; Ranger cabin with and without telephone. Additional references include: Aerodromes, Air Navigation Lights, Reference Letters and Numerals at Aerodromes, Radio Range, Radio Facilities, Miscellaneous and Reference on GEOREF.
Notes
National Topographic Series Second Edition Sheet 82 S.E. Scale 8 miles to 1 inch or 1:506,880 Latitude and longitude numbers and an indication of locations and 'miles to' beyond the scope of this topographic map appear along the edges of map Additonal scales for Nautical Miles, Statute Miles and Kilometres on each side of the map. NOTE: Grid squares may be drawn on this map by joining the corresponding divisions shown along the outer border. The even number of the squares are given along the outer border. Elevations in feet. Cranbrook-Lethbridge N.W. 48/116 Aeronautical information, May 1953. Transverse Mercator Projection: on each map scale errors are negligible and great circles may be taken as straight lines. Lines of equal magnetic variation for 1948. Annual change for this sheet is minus 4 minutes. Compiled, drawn and printed at the office of the SURVEYOR GENERAL AND CHIEF, HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE, Ottawa, 1938. Reprinted with corrections at the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Ottawa, 1950. Also included on the map are: Sheet Index map, Altitude Tints graphic (Datum is mean sea level) and The Variation of the Compass Needle, January, 1949 map and explanatory notes. Where the magnetic declination is westerly it is added to the true course to obtain the magnetic course; easterly declinations are subtracted. Copies may be obtained from the Map Distribution Office, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa. Price 25 cents. [NOTE: Accession number printed on the back of this map is 20011086001 which appears to be in error as that number is assigned to a different item.] .
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Accession No.
20011086017
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Date Range
1937-1989
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20171124
Physical Description
0.30 m of textual records; over 400 photographs
Scope and Content
001: Photographs on two poster papers (5 lake photos and 10 military photos) oversized 002: 32 photographs from Reed Ainscough- military, South Alberta Light Horse, Cadets 003: Reed and Chris Ainscough- Newspaper cutouts, wartime money, correspondence, railway tickets, 10 photographs, notebooks, ph…
Date Range
1937-1989
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Ainscough family
Physical Description
0.30 m of textual records; over 400 photographs
History / Biographical
History/Biographical: William T. Ainscough (Born 1854,) and his wife Margaret moved to Alberta in 1899 with their six children from Utah. They had a total of 15 children, 9 lived to adulthood; Mary Elizabeth (md. Ernest Quinton), Ada Ann (md. Alfred Mandel), William George (md. Zina Peterson), Elmer Earl (md. Evelyn May Bradbury), Lewis Franklin (md. Leah Hanson), Charles Owen (md. Marguerite Dalley), Lillian Hortense (md. 1. William Canning 2. Dave Munson), Scott Thomas (Died 10 years old from raptures appendix), and Stanley Russell (md. Leona Stoddard.) William George Ainscough (Born May 15, 1885,) served in WW1 as Captain with 13th Canadian Mountain Rifles. After the war, he worked as a general road foreman in Southern Alberta. He married Zina Peterson and had five children; Rex William (Born August 3, 1912 and Died November 12, 1925), Hugh Scott (md. Violet Lutz), Reed Wilson (md. Buck Craig), George Alan (md. Jean Suffern), Grant Lee (md. Jacqueline Cross). Reed W. Ainscough (Born June 2, 1918,) son of William George Ainscough and Zina Peterson, joined the 93rd Field Battery in 1940. His battery served in Normandy and in North West Europe. (In July 1942 he took a leave to marry Buck Craig.) After the war he returned to Fort Macleod and took command of the 93rd Field Battery. He also commanded the Fort Macleod Cadet Corps and formed three other Cadet Corps – Pincher Creek, St. Pauls, and St. Marys Corps on the Blood Reserve. Reed was very active within the community. He was awarded the Fort Macleod “Citizen of the Year” award in 1958. In June 1959 he moved to Medicine Hat as District Manager of Canada Life. He became Commanding Officer of the South Alberta Light Horse from 1964 to 1968. In 1969, he moved back to Lethbridge as Manager of the Canada Life Office. Reed was also very active in the Alberta Heart Foundation in 1964, joined the Provincial Board in 1970, and served as Provincial President in 1981 and 1982. When Lethbridge hosted the 1975 Canada Winter Games he served as Chairman of the Ceremonies Committee. Reed was appointed to the Senate of the University of Lethbridge from 1981-1987 and served in the Board of Governors for two years. Reed and Buck had two sons Craig and Chris. (For more information on the Ainscough Family see file 2016.1070/019)
Language
English
Scope and Content
001: Photographs on two poster papers (5 lake photos and 10 military photos) oversized 002: 32 photographs from Reed Ainscough- military, South Alberta Light Horse, Cadets 003: Reed and Chris Ainscough- Newspaper cutouts, wartime money, correspondence, railway tickets, 10 photographs, notebooks, photocopy of notebooks 004: 1940 Notebook military Reed Ainscough 005: Photo album 163 photos 006: Photo album 152 photos 007: Photo album 89 photos 008: 93rd Field Battery Reunion 1989- member list, minutes, correspondence, program, newspaper cutouts and photocopies, 85 photographs
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20171124
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Beta Sigma Phi: Kappa Chapter Fonds

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Date Range
1962-1997
Description Level
Fonds
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971056
Physical Description
19 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
P19971056018: Beta Sigma Phi Book of Ritual. P19971056019: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part I. P19971056020: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part II. P19971056021: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part III. P19971056022: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Book of …
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1962-1997
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Beta Sigma Phi: Kappa Chapter
Physical Description
19 cm of textual records
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Beta Sigma Phi International "In 1931, during the Great Depression, there was a need for an organization that could bring women together and expose them to a social, cultural and educational climate that was not available in those difficult times. Most important, there was a need for friendship and support from other women. Beta Sigma Phi was created out of this need. It did not take long before Beta Sigma Phis were helping others. Members worked together to raise $22 million in war bonds during World War II. The 1950s brought peace and prosperity to the world, and Beta Sigma Phi membership doubled. This era was filled with grand balls, elegant teas and the growing strength of sisterhood as thousands of women joined Beta Sigma Phi. As the times have changed, so has Beta Sigma Phi. The 1960s and 1970s found our organization less formal, but the ideals were the same. Now in the 21st Century, our over 165,000 members find the more we grow, the more valuable we become to our sisters and to our communities. The Beta Sigma Phi woman will continue to face challenges and cherish opportunities as she moves into the future. Typical chapters enjoy socials that range from informal gatherings to gala affairs that often include friends and family. Fascinating cultural programs offer insight into subjects that range from the arts to gardening to in-home businesses. Membership in our organization provides opportunities to contribute to your community, develop lifelong friendships, and polish leadership skills. Our members raise more than $3 million for local charities and donate over 200,0000 volunteer hours in an average year. Each chapter determines its own service projects and participation is always voluntary. Chapters have created their own International Funds that donate millions of dollars to health research groups, hunger projects, and other worthwhile causes. Members and their families can receive assistance through our International Loan, Scholarship and Disaster Funds ... Unlike a college sorority, our organization has members of all ages and educational backgrounds. Our sisterhood constantly redefines itself through the diversity and vitality of its members who share their ideas, talents and enthusiasm." [Source: Beta Sigma Phi International webpage, history section: http://www.betasigmaphi.org/history.php]MCA, Lethbridge Community College, Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) and St. Michael's Health Centre. Beta Sigma Phi in Lethbridge Beta Sigma Phi was founded in Lethbridge 19 July 1945 in a ceremony held at the Marquis Hotel. Mrs. Esther Lewis, a traveling representative of Beta Sigma Phi International with headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, read the pledge ritual to 22 women who formed the Kappa Chapter. As reported on page eight in The Lethbridge Herald of 19 July 1945, Mrs. Lewis "will read the pledge ritual for the initiation at a table with a large bowl of yellow roses flanked on either side with tall black candles." The number of members dropped to 10 by the time of the first 'Ritual of Jewels' ceremony. The organization remained at 10 members until 1949, when members from Kappa Chapter split to form Beta Chapter. On 3 October 1950 the first meeting of Beta Sigma Phi City Council was held. Another chapter, Tau, was created later as was Nu Phi Mu Junior Chapter. In Lethbridge, the members work their way up through various levels according to a planned program of the larger organization. The members meet in each others' homes twice monthly and take turns making educational presentations on a variety of topics: music, health, history, home, famous women and literature. The local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi have provided volunteer and/or financial support to organizations including Harbour House, Meals on wheels, Canadian Cancer Society, Arthritis Society, Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation. Beta Sigma Phi also provides scholarships to Lethbridge College and the Kiwanis Music Festival. [Sources: The Lethbridge Herald, 19 July 1945, page 8 ; The Lethbridge Herald, 28 April 1996, page A4 ; file 20021004001]
Language
English
Scope and Content
P19971056018: Beta Sigma Phi Book of Ritual. P19971056019: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part I. P19971056020: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part II. P19971056021: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Meetings Etc. Part III. P19971056022: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Book of Beta Sigma Phi. P19971056023: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter "Beta Sigma Phi: an international women's organization". P19971056024: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Second Vice-President. P19971056025: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Financial Records 96/97. P19971056026: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Financial Statements/Receipts 97/98. P19971056027: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Financial Records 1962-1977. P19971056028: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Micro Floppy Disk. P19971056029: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter City Council Minutes June 1996-May 1997. P19971056030: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Minutes for Kappa 1996-1997. P19971056031: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Kappa 2321 Chapter Minutes 1994-1995. P19971056032: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Minutes for Kappa 97/98. P19971056033: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Instructions for Semi-annual Records Review. P19971056034: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Chapter Minutes 1995-96. P19971056035: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Pledge Training Kit. P19971056036: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Name Tags and Misc. P19971056037: Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Financial Records. P19971065038 Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Sonsheets copies, three sheets of negatives of Beta Sigmi Phi functions P19971056039 Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Chapter Scrapbook 1973 - 1981
Notes
Supplied source: Content of the fonds.
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Accession No.
19971056
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