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Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District : General map (1931 Edition)

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19736236001
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary …
Material Type
Map
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Albertan?
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary R., Little Bow River, Macleod Trail, Canadian Pacific Railway and Claresholm, Woodhouse, Granum, Nolan, Peigan Stowe, Ardenville, Macleod, Pearce, Orton, Wellsville, Monarch, Barons, Keho Lake, Piyami, Nobleford, Kipp, Diamond City, Coalhurst, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Iron Springs and Turin. Also shows the reservoirs, canals, flumes, headgates, syphons and spill directions associated with each area.
Notes
Class A11. Sheet No.1 of 1. Serial No.1. Scale: 2 miles = 1 inch District boundaries shown by a thick shaded line Operation unit boundaries shown by a thin shaded line Ditch Rider's residence shown by a diamond Water Master's residence shown by a square Handwritten in back ink: Telephone Line No. 38 shewn thus (followed by a line in red ink) Handwritten in red ink: Telephone Line Equipment noted in each mile The number of poles, poles without arms (x arms) and side brackets are marked in red on the upper right portion of the map. Drawn by A. Thompson. Date: 1st April, 1931. Approved signature: P.M. Saudish(sp?), Project Manager Written on the back in pencil: Picture Butte & Turin Units Written on the top left corner in pencil: Mr. Branch
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Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District : General map (1931 Edition)

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19736236002
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary …
Material Type
Map
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Albertan?
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary R., Little Bow River, Macleod Trail, Canadian Pacific Railway and Claresholm, Woodhouse, Granum, Nolan, Peigan Stowe, Ardenville, Macleod, Pearce, Orton, Wellsville, Monarch, Barons, Keho Lake, Piyami, Nobleford, Kipp, Diamond City, Coalhurst, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Iron Springs and Turin. Also shows the reservoirs, canals, flumes, headgates, syphons and spill directions associated with each area.
Notes
Class A11. Sheet No.1 of 1. Serial No.1. Scale: 2 miles = 1 inch District boundaries shown by a thick shaded line Operation unit boundaries shown by a thin shaded line Ditch Rider's residence shown by a diamond Water Master's residence shown by a square Drawn by A. Thompson. Date: 1st April, 1931. Approved signature: P.M. Saudish(sp?), Project Manager The total number of poles from W Masters to Macleod and from Peigan to S.S. Bridge at Monarch are tallied in red ink on the lower left portion of the map. A summary of the number of pairs of Cross Arms and side brackets are tallied in black ink on the lower left portion of the map. Various numbers, lines and diagrams also appear in red ink on the map. Written on the back in pencil: Macleod Unit Written on the top left corner in pencil: Mr. Brookes
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Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District : General map (1931 Edition)

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19736236003
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary …
Material Type
Map
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Albertan?
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary R., Little Bow River, Macleod Trail, Canadian Pacific Railway and Claresholm, Woodhouse, Granum, Nolan, Peigan Stowe, Ardenville, Macleod, Pearce, Orton, Wellsville, Monarch, Barons, Keho Lake, Piyami, Nobleford, Kipp, Diamond City, Coalhurst, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Iron Springs and Turin. Also shows the reservoirs, canals, flumes, headgates, syphons and spill directions associated with each area.
Notes
Class A11. Sheet No.1 of 1. Serial No.1. Scale: 2 miles = 1 inch District boundaries shown by a thick shaded line Operation unit boundaries shown by a thin shaded line Ditch Rider's residence shown by a diamond Water Master's residence shown by a square Drawn by A. Thompson. Date: 1st April, 1931. Approved signature: P.M. Saudish(sp?), Project Manager The content of Line 38 North River, Line 38 South River and Line 39 are marked in red ink on the map (e.g. number of poles, poles without arms (x arms), poles with cable, etc.) along with the location of where the cable goes underground. Written on the back in pencil: Commerce Unit Written on the top left corner in pencil: Mr. Bathgate A received stamp from the Office of the Sec. Treas. Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District dated Jan 28, 1935 is also on the map.
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Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District : General map (1931 Edition)

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19736236004
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary …
Material Type
Map
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy ; 51 x 72 cm
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Albertan?
Scope and Content
Boundaries: TP. 7 to 12 and RG. 19 to 26 Shows areas entitled: Macleod Unit, Monarch Unit, Commerce Unit, Albion Ridge Unit, Picture Butte Unit, and Turin Unit Shows location of: Peigan Indian Reserve No. 14, Blood Indian Reserve No. 148, Mud Lake, Willow Creek, Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary R., Little Bow River, Macleod Trail, Canadian Pacific Railway and Claresholm, Woodhouse, Granum, Nolan, Peigan Stowe, Ardenville, Macleod, Pearce, Orton, Wellsville, Monarch, Barons, Keho Lake, Piyami, Nobleford, Kipp, Diamond City, Coalhurst, Lethbridge, Picture Butte, Iron Springs and Turin. Also shows the reservoirs, canals, flumes, headgates, syphons and spill directions associated with each area.
Notes
Class A11. Sheet No.1 of 1. Serial No.1. Scale: 2 miles = 1 inch District boundaries shown by a thick shaded line Operation unit boundaries shown by a thin shaded line Ditch Rider's residence shown by a diamond Water Master's residence shown by a square Drawn by A. Thompson. Date: 1st April, 1931. Approved signature: P.M. Saudish(sp?), Project Manager A description of the content and a summary of the number of pairs for Line 39 is written in ink on the bottom of the map and the locations and numbers of various poles, trestles, etc. are noted in red ink on the map. There are also three descriptive notes marked in pencil on the map. Written on the back in pencil: Monarch Unit Written on the top left corner in pencil: Mr. Hilleard A received stamp from the Office of the Sec. Treas. Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District dated Jan 24, 1935 is also on the map.
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Howard F. Greenwood's Photo Album

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Date Range
1885-1913
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20191095
Physical Description
Album - 73 photographic prints
Scope and Content
Images of Lethbridge produced by the Galt Company, followed by Greenwood family photographs
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1885-1913
Description Level
Item
Creator
Howard Fraser Greenwood (H.F. Greenwood)
Physical Description
Album - 73 photographic prints
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Howard Fraser Greenwood was born in Nova Scotia. Before coming to southern Alberta, Mr. Greenwood was chief accountant for the Hudson's Bay Company at Winnipeg. In 1882 he accepted employment with the North Western Coal & Navigation Company as that firm's assistant general manager and chief accountant, and moved with his family to Fort Macleod. In 1885 they moved to a company-built house in Lethbridge.Mr. Greenwood was elected a member of the first public school board in 1888, first postmaster, and first president of the Rifle Association in 1886. He lived in Lethbridge until 1900, and then moved to Edmonton.
Scope and Content
Images of Lethbridge produced by the Galt Company, followed by Greenwood family photographs
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20191095
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Coal mines of the Lethbridge district 1874 - 1982

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Date Range
1874-1982
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111068020
Physical Description
1 map : 63 x 32 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: R.21-22W.4M. and T.7-10 Shows location of: Cities, towns, reserves and landforms. Also shows possible location of Sheering's Upper Digging. Legend includes: Small Underground Mine, Small Surface Mine, Underground Mine, Mine Number and Location Uncertain
Material Type
Map
Other Title Info
Johan Frederik Dormaar
Date Range
1874-1982
Fonds No.
Fonds
Physical Description
1 map : 63 x 32 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Johan Frederick Dormaar was born in Holland in 1930 and immigrated to Canada in 1954. He worked for one year on a farm and then attended the University of Guelph to do his bachelor degree. He later entered the University of Alberta, where he gained his PhD in Organic Chemistry. Starting in 1960s he worked at the Lethbridge Research Station as a soil scientist. Mr. Dormaar had interests in local history, geography and archeology and wrote five books. - The Alberta Stretch of the Milk River (2010) - Alberta's 49th Parallel (2009) - Oil City (2007) - The Lethbridge Research Centre (2006) - Sweetgrass Hills (2003) Johan Dormaar was active in the local Historical Society and Archaeological Society of Alberta, Lethbridge Centre. He died in 2011.
Language
English
Scope and Content
Boundaries: R.21-22W.4M. and T.7-10 Shows location of: Cities, towns, reserves and landforms. Also shows possible location of Sheering's Upper Digging. Legend includes: Small Underground Mine, Small Surface Mine, Underground Mine, Mine Number and Location Uncertain
Notes
Scale: 1 inch = 1 mile SEE ALSO: 20111048 and 20111068 for additional J.F. Dormaar documents and maps
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20111068020
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