The grain terminal at Lethbridge was opened in 1931, the last in series of six built by the federal government. The terminal was a gathering point for grain produced in southern Alberta. The terminal was later sold to the provincial government and then privatized.
The records were donated by the private company which now manages the terminal.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of payroll ledgers of the Lethbridge Grain Terminal, created when the terminal was operated by the federal government.