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Chas (Charles) MacKay Funeral Record and Ledger

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Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161022
Physical Description
10"x14" bound
Scope and Content
The ledger consists of 490 individual order forms in chronological sequence (Jan 1924 to Mar 1927) and an alphabetical index. Each form has "Particulars" fields: ordered by, charge to, address, name, date of death, place of death, length of timein city, length of time in Canada, sex, age, marital …
Description Level
Item
Creator
Chas (Charles) MacKay
Physical Description
10"x14" bound
History / Biographical
Chas (Charles) MacKay was a funeral director and embalmer in the 1920s in Lethbridge. According to the Henderson's directory 1917, the original business was operated by Leslie R. MacKay and Jean D. MacKay from 803 3rd Ave South. In 1919, the business is operated by Charles MacKay and John W. Bell. In 1920, Charles MacKay is listed a sole proprietor. In 1921 the business moved to 1110 3rd Ave South. In 1927, according to Lethbridge Herald, Charles MacKay sold the business to M.E. Christensen from Iowa and found employment with the Martin Brothers.
Custodial History
Donated by Phyllis Burnett, who purchased the ledger from Dean Unger, Winfield, BC
Scope and Content
The ledger consists of 490 individual order forms in chronological sequence (Jan 1924 to Mar 1927) and an alphabetical index. Each form has "Particulars" fields: ordered by, charge to, address, name, date of death, place of death, length of timein city, length of time in Canada, sex, age, marital status, last occupation, place of birth, birthplace of father, birthplace of mother, racial origin physician, address, cause of death, religion, clergy, cemetery, location of grave, date of service, service held at, remnants shipped to, accompanied by, date of shipment, time of train, title mailed In addition, each form has "Itemized account" fields: casket #, metallic lining, outside box, metal vault, burial robe, burial slippers and hose, engraving plate, embalming body, washing and dressing, shaving, use of funeral chapel, hearse, lead car, cars to cemetery, removal charges, city calls, outlay for lot, opening grave, death notice in newspaper, flowers, personal services, sundries. The following names are included: BELL Stanley William ADAM Christina Hendry AINNS Henry AMPHLETT Anita Charlton ANDERSON Carman Waslyng ANDERSON Infant ANDERSON Janet Dewar ANDERSON Oliver (Halvor) ANDERSON Pearl Watson ANDERSON Roy ANTIJUNTTI Lizzie ARMITT Margaret ARNOLD Albert ARNOLD Thomas ARTHUR Kennedy ASHCROFT Lois Emily AVINS Oswald BAGU Annie BAILEY Marion Patricia BANKHOUSE John Robertson BARCLAY Henry Aitken BARCLAY James Alexander BARRIE George BARROWS Child (Lucille Rosalie) BASHFORD Doris Hopper BATZUK Mary BEIMLER Kenneth Mack BERLIN Anna BERTONINI Inez BERTONINI Lina BINDA Joseph Patrick BITANGO Pauline BLACK Annie BODNAR John BOISON(BOYCHUK) Victoria BOMAN Erik Helmer BORSOFF Annastasin BOWRON Infant BRADY Samuel Rex BRANDLE Infant BROWN Albert BROWN Alice Jane Sanborn BROWN Ensley W. BROWN James Russell BROWN James Wesley BRUCHET Infant BULLOCK Mike BURDANI Annie BUSH William Thomas BUZAN Peter Ray CAIN William CAMPBELL Emily Browning CAMPBELL William James CARMICHAEL Alexander CARNILL William Roy CASEY Mrs. Henry S. CELOTTI Rita CHISHOLM Abraham CHRISTIE John CHULCZEY Willie CLEAVER William F. COATES Florence Glorina COE James Ernest COLLINSON CONNER Sydney Matthew Landon CONNOR Gilbert Ross CONNOR John COSTLEY James Daniel COULTHART James Archibald COUTTS Ann CRAWFORD Luella Richardson CREDICO Guiseppe Enrico CREDICO John CREDICO Ruth CULVER George Charles CUNNINGHAM John DAHL Mrs. Arthur ( Janet Nettie Powelson) DANTE Ganerina Arturo DAUGHTY Thomas William Arthur DAWSON Henry DESHARNAIS Emil DETERMAN Frank Anthony DICKIE John DICKOUT Florence May DOGTEROM Leonard Andrew DORCHUK George DREWS Matilda DUNSWORTH George DUNSWORTH Leah DUQUIST Lorraine DUTCHAK Bill EASTHOPE Ivan EDWARDS Infant EKERESTEEN Olaf ELASCHUK George ELASCHUK George ELASCHUK Mary EMERSON William James ERICKSON Melva Mae EVANS Geraldine Mildred EVANS Katie FANSETT Kenneth FARRELL Frances FAWNS Hannah ( Johannah Olson) FERKO Catharine FETTINGER Albert FETTINGER Freddie (Frank) FINNEY Louisa Pierce FORSTER John Douglas FOYCHUK Alfred E. FOYCHUK Benjamin T. FOYCHUK Katie FRANK Thomas FREEMAN Augusta FREEMAN Charles Isom FULTON Molly GAIRNS William Lindsay GATES Mike GATKOSKI Mark GERALDI Rosie GERALDI Vito GESINGHAUS Gordon GOOD Lillian Jean GRAHAM Elizabeth GREATRIX John Alfred HALABURDA Mary HAMES Jean HAMIL Celina HAMMANT Alma Ella HAMMERSLEY James Henry HANCOCK Geneva Grace HANCOCK Mary HARDY William HARLEY Ethel May HARPER Alfred HARVEY William HARVEY William Henry HATZE Herman HEAD Jasper Jason HEGGIE Ila May HIRSCHE Harold S. HOLMES Charles Owens HOLMES William Frederick HUTCHINSON Henry HUTCHINSON Horace Henry IRWIN Infant JACK Edward JACKLYNN Mary Elizabeth JACKSON (HALL) Emily Annie JAMISON James JANSSENS Gustof JARYOZ John JENSON Ole Christian JERPE Gust JEWETT Emma JOHNSTON James JOINER-LONG Herbert Charles JONES Alfred William JORGENSEN Jens KANASHIRO Yaneko KANKAL John Thomas KANOSHIRO Cannie (Kane) KOSHMAN Mike KASZAS Andrew KERR Robert KING Charles David KINNIBURGH David KIRK Dr. KNAPP Emma Thresa KNAPP Hellen Reah KNUDSON George Sr. KOLASKO Katie KOLASKO Rosie KORPI Herman KOSHMAN George KOZAK Alexander KOZNUK Mary KULTGEN Unknown KUNKEL Albert LARKO Helen LARSON Unknown LASTIUK Bill LAZENKO George LeBARRE Albert Worthington LEDINGHAM John Skene LEONI Eliza LESLIE Adam Smith LINNING Alexander LIPTAK Frank LITCHFIELD Reid LITCHFIELD William LODERMEIER Theresa LOWE George Whitman LUCHANSKI Barbara LUCIANI Antinet MACDONALD Agnes Murray Blake MACDONALD George MALONE James O'Conor MALUNA Antoine MARCHANT Alfred Ronald MARTELL Joseph MARTIN Lucille Irene MARTIN Milly E. MARTIN William Alexander MARTINIUK Steve MASSARA Petri MASSON Infant MATSON William Nehamiah MAYNARD Infant MCADIE John MCCANN Ella Mildred MCCOY Free A. MCCULLOCH Twin Infants MCDONALD Elizabeth MCDONALD Ronald Gordon MCFARLAND Darrell George MCFARQUHAR Emily MCINTOSH William MCINTYRE Miriam Elizabeth MCKINNEY Abraham MCKINNON James MCNEIL Bertha Amy MEHLEN Infant MILLER Samuel MILLS Henry Pope MILNER Benjamin Franklin MIRON Cyril MIYAGI Infant MOODIE Jane Wilson MORRIS William MUNROE Alexander William MUNROE Elizabeth MURPHY Annie MYUK John NAKAMA Giushiro NEIDERMEYER Boniface NICHOLSON Nels NIEMI Helen NISHIMURA Isamu NOPP John NOWAK Minnie May ODELL Cara OPERSKO Annie ORSH Mary OSTLUND Jonas PAGNUCCO Christoleno PALMER Female PALMQUIST Robert PARRY Infant PASKISKY Rosie PASOLLI Savarini PATCHING Thomas Westinghouse PATTERSON Cecilia Mildred Ada PATTON Margaret PAULSON Ellen PAULSON John Gustof PAVAN Delia PENTILECHUK Constantine PERRY James PETERSON Alice Marie PETERSON Amber PETERSON Bertha PIMM John PISKO Alexander PITT Henry PITT John PLANTING Emmette PRIEST Frank Washington RADFORD Infant RALPH Frederick William RANK Margaret A. RITCHIE Burns RODEBACK William ROSAINE Gustof. Frederic Herman ROWLAND Mrs. I. F. (Elizabeth E.) RYAN Marguretta RYAN Maurice James SABULIAK John SALMON Hellen May SAUNDERS Adolphus James SAWADA Mrs. Yei SAWCZUK Walter SAXON Clara SCHUMERS Clarence H. SCOTT Janet Williamson SEAMAN Gordon Stephen SEMENIUK Edna Pauline SHARPE Infant SHAW Frederick Davis SHIMA Infant SHIMA Infant SHORT Ainsley Unsworth SIELECKI Joseph SILLITO Maude Elizabeth SIROVYAK John Jr. SKREPNECHUK Fred SKUNDBERG Mrs. L. (Bertha) SLOVINSKI Theodore SMITH David SMITH Evelyn Durling SPACKMAN Dorothy Pearl STAHELI Emil Ernest STANDING Thomas STEWART Hamilton STITT Gordon Rae STOTT M.E. STRALEY Willis Charles STUART Charles SUPINA Marguerite SWEDA Julia SWEDISH Nick SWEDISH Simon SWEETMAN John Wilkinson TAKEO Takayo TAMAYOSE Helen TOMIE Matilda TANNEHILL James Morrow TAYLOR Elizabeth Mary TAYLOR James TENNANT George TENNANT Mary Robertson Duncan THOMAS Stephen THOMPSON Earnest Edwin THOMPSON Edward James THOMPSON Fedora Melissa TOMASKY Alick TOMPKINS Marguerite Jean TOUCK Lilly TRAVAGLIA Catharine Anna TROMAN James Arthur TROYAN John TURNBULL Lillian Stewart TYMCHUK Mike UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN VALLIEREO Theophilo VANCE James VARE Elizabeth VASELENAK Katie VAUGHAN Henry VIGANTI Giacomo VOYTKO Mary WADE James Henry WAHL Robert Wilfred WALLACE James Henry WARDELL Ernestine Elizabeth WASHBROOK Glenn Alfred WASNUK Infant WELSH Nancy Jane WESTERGREEN August WHEELAN Lewis WHELAN Hugh WHITE Infant WILLIAMS Douglas Ledgerwood WILSON Frank Lowther WILSON Gordon Robert WILSON Mary Gammie WITWICKI Domka WOODS Marie WURZER Rosa WYLIE John WYROSTOK Mary YACKULIC Infant YACKULIC Joseph (LH 28 Feb 1927) YAKIWCZUK Joseph YAMAMOTO Jiro YOUNG Annie YOUNG Urban YOUNG Waldo Buddie YACKULIC Charles ZASADNY Josephine ZMURCHYK John
Accession No.
20161022
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Lethbridge Research Centre Fonds

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Date Range
1937 to 1990
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
20011016000
Physical Description
28 items
Scope and Content
Reports from the Experimental Farms at Manyberries, Alberta and Lethbridge, Alberta. The reports deal with the activities of the farms over specific periods of time, and focus especially on research activities. The fonds also includes two general information booklets about the Research Centre.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1937 to 1990
Creator
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Physical Description
28 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Research Centre has its origins with the establishment of a Model Farm by the Galt companies in 1902. The Galts hired William Fairfield to organize the farm. In 1906 the federal government took over operation of the farm, and Dr. Fairfield was named first Superintendent of the Dominion Experimental Station.
In 1913 the Dominion Entomological Laboratory was established as a separate unit. The Science Service Laboratories were created in 1949 from the Entomological Laboratory, the Livestock Insect Laboratory (founded 1946), and new Plant Pathology and Chemistry sections. In 1959 the Science Service Laboratories and Experimental Farm merged into the Agriculture Canada Research Station at Lethbridge.
The Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act Drainage Division at Vauxhall (founded 1941) joined the Research Station in 1961. The Dominion Range Experiment Station at Manyberries (founded 1927) joined the research Station in 1964. In 2003, the Lethbridge Research Centre also incorporates a Range Research Unit at Kamloops, and Research Substations at Onefour and Stavely. The Centre also serves as the Information Technology headquarters for the Western Region of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Language
English
Scope and Content
Reports from the Experimental Farms at Manyberries, Alberta and Lethbridge, Alberta. The reports deal with the activities of the farms over specific periods of time, and focus especially on research activities. The fonds also includes two general information booklets about the Research Centre.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20011016000
Collection
Archive
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Reports from the Experiemental Farm at Manyberries, Alberta

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Date Range
1954 to 1961
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
20011016001
Physical Description
2 items
Scope and Content
Progress Report 1954-1958 Research Report 1959-1961
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1954 to 1961
Creator
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Physical Description
2 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
Progress Report 1954-1958 Research Report 1959-1961
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20011016001
Collection
Archive
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Reports from the Experiemental Farm at Lethbridge, Alberta

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Date Range
1953 to 1990
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
20011016002
Physical Description
2 items
Scope and Content
P20011016002 Summary of Annual Report. 1953 and 1954 P20011016003 Progress Report. 1937-1946 and 1947-1952 P20011016004 Research Report. 1959-1961 and 1962-1963 P20011016005 Research Highlights. 1955-1958 P20011016006 Research Highlights. 1976-1979 P20011016007 Research Highlights. 1980-1984 P20011…
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1953 to 1990
Creator
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Physical Description
2 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
P20011016002 Summary of Annual Report. 1953 and 1954 P20011016003 Progress Report. 1937-1946 and 1947-1952 P20011016004 Research Report. 1959-1961 and 1962-1963 P20011016005 Research Highlights. 1955-1958 P20011016006 Research Highlights. 1976-1979 P20011016007 Research Highlights. 1980-1984 P20011016008 Research Highlights. 1985-1990 P20011016009 Two general information booklets. 1971
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20011016002
Collection
Archive
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