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20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association Fonds

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Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
19991039000
Physical Description
10.2 cm of textual records ??? photographs
Scope and Content
Papers of the 20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association, including information from the time of the Battery's service in World War 2. Also included are memorabilia from several men who served with the unit. In addition, there are photographs showing the 20th Battery's service in World War 2, as w…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Physical Description
10.2 cm of textual records ??? photographs
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The 20th Anti-Tank Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA), had its origins during World War 1. The 20th Overseas Field Battery, Canadian Field Artillery (CFA), Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) was mobilized on 7 November 1914 under the command of Major John Smith Stewart. The Battery served on the front lines of France from 4 February 1916 on, including the Ploegateert Front, the Somme, Vimy Ridge, Hill 70 and Passchendaele. The 20th Battery went through the inter-war years, 1920 to 1939, as part of the 18th Field Brigade CFA. Nine days before the start of World War 2, the 20th Field Battery was mobilized. In October units from British Columbia and Saskatchewan arrived in Lethbridge to join the 20th Battery, and the 2nd Field Brigade RCA was formed. On 1 December 1939 orders were received that the 2nd Field Brigade was to be transformed into the 2nd Anti-Tank (AT) Regiment, part of the 2nd Canadian Division. The 20th Field Battery became the 20th Anti-Tank Battery. The 2nd Anti-Tank Regiment was sent to Shilo, Manitoba for further training in May 1940. On 4 September 1940 the regiment landed in England, where the 20th Battery trained and guarded the south coast until May1942. After more waiting the Battery, along with the rest of the 2nd Anti-Tank Regiment, landed in France in July 1944. Beginning with 'Operation Goodwood', the 20th Anti-Tank Battery took part in fighting through France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. The 20th Anti-Tank Battery ended its service in the city of Oldenberg, Germany where it was demobilized on 23 September 1945. After World War 2, the veterans of the Battery formed an association to hold reunions and keep in touch with one another. The 20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association remained active until 1999. Source: Kilford, Major Christopher R. Lethbridge at War: The Military History of Lethbridge from 1900 to 1996. Battery Books & Publishing, Lethbridge, 1996
Language
English
Custodial History
The fonds was compiled from the contributions of veterans of the 20th Anti-Tank Battery.
Scope and Content
Papers of the 20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association, including information from the time of the Battery's service in World War 2. Also included are memorabilia from several men who served with the unit. In addition, there are photographs showing the 20th Battery's service in World War 2, as well as activities and reunions of veterans of the Battery
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20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association Papers

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Date Range
1939-1991
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
19991039001
Scope and Content
P19991039001 General correspondence, notices and a membership card in the Beaver Club, London, issued to Sergeant C.P. Bell. 1940 - 1991 P19991039002 Ladies' invitation: 'Six Months in Service' dance. 1940 P19991039003 'The Maple Leaf Scrapbook', a souvenir book printed in Belgium for force…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1939-1991
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
P19991039001 General correspondence, notices and a membership card in the Beaver Club, London, issued to Sergeant C.P. Bell. 1940 - 1991
P19991039002 Ladies' invitation: 'Six Months in Service' dance. 1940
P19991039003 'The Maple Leaf Scrapbook', a souvenir book printed in Belgium for forces overseas. 1944
P19991039004 Membership lists for the 20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association. 1973 and 1981
P19991039005 Membership lists and newsletter for the 20th Anti-Tank Battery Veterans Association. 1988 - 1989
P19991039006 Newspaper clippings. d/e 1940 - 1989
P19991039007 Obituaries, remembrance ceremonies. 1944 - 1990
P19991039008 'On the Way', the newsletter of the 2nd Anti-Tank Tank Regiment RCA. 1940
P19991039009 Remembrance cards for Association members who died. 1974 - 1988
P19991039010 Reunion information. 1965 - 1986
P19991039011 Reunion information. 1984 - 1989
P19991039012 Unit muster roll. 1945
P19991039013 Military records of Henry Robert Parsons. 1939 -1946
P19991039014 Memorabilia of William G. Shirley and family. 1989 - 1990
P19991039015 Correspondence from Bert Stickley. 1940 and 1990
P19991039016 History of the 2nd Canadian A/T Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery September 1939 to September 1945
P19991039017 Memorabilia of Gordon N. Young, including one issue of On the Way, 2 copies of Itinerary of 20th Anti-Tank Battery 2nd Anti-Tank Regiment R.C.A. Souvenir of 50th Anniversary ... Lethbridge, Alberta ... and suggested program for unveiling of monument at Battery Point in Henderson Lake Park. 1939 and 1989
P19991039018 Scrapbook, including newspaper clippings and photographs of the members and activities of the 20th Anti-Tank Battery RCA. 1940
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The 20th Battery Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA) Scrapbook

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Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
19991039123
Physical Description
1 scrapbook
Scope and Content
Scrapbook of the 20th Battery Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA), containing photographs, programs and other items from their service in World War 2, and activities of the veterans after the war.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Physical Description
1 scrapbook
Physical Condition
Good
Scope and Content
Scrapbook of the 20th Battery Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA), containing photographs, programs and other items from their service in World War 2, and activities of the veterans after the war.
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28 August 1981
Material Type
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Accession No.
19971032000
Physical Description
approximately 18 cm
Scope and Content
19971032001 "Happy Birthhday, AGT". Volume 14, Number 13 of the publication "Alberta Calls". The publication celebrates the 75th anniversary of the sounding of Alberta Government Telephones on 1 September 1906. 19971032002 Alberta Government Telephones information and instruction booklets, and ot…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
28 August 1981
Physical Description
approximately 18 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
19971032001 "Happy Birthhday, AGT". Volume 14, Number 13 of the publication "Alberta Calls". The publication celebrates the 75th anniversary of the sounding of Alberta Government Telephones on 1 September 1906. 19971032002 Alberta Government Telephones information and instruction booklets, and other company publications. Included are 'Safety Practices Plant Department (1955), 'Plan of Employee Pension and Death Benefits' (1960), 'International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Constitution...' (1969), 'Official Opening of the AGT Phone Centre ... Centre Village Mall' (1976), 'Code of Business Conduct' (n.d.), 'Your Telephone Personality' (n.d.), 'SI [Metric Conversion] Handbook'. 19971032003 Automatic Electric Technical Bulletins. January 1956 to April 1957 19971032004 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. May to December 1957 19971032005 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1958 to 1960 19971032006 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1961 to 1963 19971032007 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1964 to 1966 19971032008 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1967 19971032009 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1968 to 1969 19971032010 'The Lenkurt Demodulator', a technical bulletin dealing with a wide range of issues regarding communications technology. 1970 to 1971
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Adelena Henderson Kane Fonds

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Date Range
[1914-1918]
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20001007000
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of five postcard photographs, nine greeting cards and four print items all produced during World War 1.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
[1914-1918]
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Custodial History
These items belonged to the donor's mother, Mrs. Adelena Henderson Kane. Mrs. Kane was the daughter of William Henderson.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of five postcard photographs, nine greeting cards and four print items all produced during World War 1.
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Material Type
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Accession No.
20071032000
Physical Description
3 items
Scope and Content
The fonds cosists of a photograph album and two books. The photograph album documents some of the work of Mr. A. Douglas (Doug) Smith, a technologist with the Lethbridge Research Centre in the 1950s and 1960s.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
3 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
These items were the property of the donor's husband, the late A. Douglas Smith. Mr. Smith supervised the District Experiment Sub Stations in southern Alberta during the 1950s
Language
English
Scope and Content
The fonds cosists of a photograph album and two books. The photograph album documents some of the work of Mr. A. Douglas (Doug) Smith, a technologist with the Lethbridge Research Centre in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Accession No.
20071029
Physical Description
0.75 m of textual records
Scope and Content
The reports, documents, brochures, and pictures were given by June Smith to the Galt Museum in 2007. The information contains not only the work by A. Douglas Smith, but also the previous supervisors’ of the District Experiment Substation and Illustration station in Southern Alberta. The reports d…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.75 m of textual records
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
A. Douglas Smith was the supervisor for the District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta. Smith took over supervision of the reports from H. Chester. He worked and supervised the District Experiment Substation during the 1950s. In addition to his work with the Substation, he also wrote the annual reports on the irrigation and farming conditions. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree. During his time with the District Experiment Substations, A. Douglas worked as an agronomist. He observed and wrote about the yearly activities of farm life in Southern Alberta. The history of the Lethbridge Experimental Farm Station dates back to 1906, when the first experimental station opened. Up until 1959, farming activities and research at the Experimental research station was conducted by a District Supervisor. However, in 1959 the Department of Agriculture merged all agricultural activities into one, and has since been recognized as the Research Branch. Some of the national research program involves issues dealing with environmental health, sustainable farm production, and food safety. Douglas’s research at the station contributed to farm practices and new techniques for successful and sustainable irrigation. His research involved improving the efficiency of farm operation and farm life, and gained attention from other scientists not only in the area of Southern Alberta, but also across Canada. In some documents, there are also references to scientists in the U.S. that show interest in the research and techniques practiced by Smith. The Experimental Farm, where Smith was the primary supervisor during the 50s, practiced both dry land and irrigated crop rotation for wheat, sunflower, and other crops grown in the Southern Alberta district. Smith contributed to the Department of Agriculture’s national research program by issuing a speech on 11 March, 1955 where he discussed trends in water erosion control. In addition to supplying information on new trends in farming, the reports also show the environmental damage done to farms and crops due to factors such as flooding, drought, and excess wind. Smith’s contribution to the archives serves as a reference to the evolution of farm practices, policies, techniques, and research in Southern Alberta. Jones, Stephen Morgan. Agricultural Research Stations. “The Canadian Encyclopaedia.” Accessed 20 August 2012. http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/research-stations-agricultural.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The reports, documents, brochures, and pictures were given by June Smith to the Galt Museum in 2007. The information contains not only the work by A. Douglas Smith, but also the previous supervisors’ of the District Experiment Substation and Illustration station in Southern Alberta. The reports date back to 1922, and go until sometime in the mid to late 1970s. 2007.1029/1 Report of the Chief Supervisor (J.C. Moyan, B.S.A.) on District Experiment Substations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta (1935). 2007.1029/2 Illustration Stations (11 in total) Substation Report for Lethbridge & Southern Alberta area. Annual report of rainfall & crop yield included (1922). 2007.1029/3 Illustration Stations (12 in total) Reports for Lethbridge, AB & area. Annual reports of crop yield with extra information on scrap paper (1923). 2007.1029/4 Illustration Stations (16 in total with 1 closure in Vulcan) Reports for Lethbridge & Southern Alberta area. Annual report on crop yield with moisture conditions included (1924). 2007.1029/5 Illustration Station Report for Lethbridge & Southern Alberta area. Annual report of crop yield with moisture condition included (1925). 2007.1029/6 Illustration Stations (18 in total) Report for Lethbridge & Southern Alberta area. Annual reports on crop yield with moisture analysis included (1926). 2007.1029/7 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest, B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta for Dominion Experimental Station in Lethbridge, AB (1927). 2007.1029/8 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest, B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1928). 2007.1029/9 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest, B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1929). 2007.1029/10 Report of Illustration Station by Supervisor (R.E. Everest, B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1930). 2007.1029/11 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta with cost and return values (1931). 2007.1029/12 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1932). 2007.1029/13 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (R.E. Everest B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1933). 2007.1029/14 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (H. Chester B.S.A.) with cost of production in Southern Alberta (1934) #1. 2007.1029/15 Report of Illustration Stations by Supervisor (H. Chester B.S.A.) in Southern Alberta (1934) #2. 2007.1029/16 Report of District Experiment Substations and Illustration Stations by Supervisor (H. Chester B.S.A., and H.J. Mather B.Sc.) in Southern Alberta (1935). 2007.1029/17 Interim Report of District Experiment Substations and Illustration Stations in Southern Alberta (1936). Supervisors’ H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/18 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1937). Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/19 Report of Illustration Stations and District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta with 6 photos on farming conditions (1934-1938). Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/20 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1935-1939) with 10 photos of cultivated and uncultivated land, and crop success. Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/21 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1935-1939) with 8 photos of cultivated and uncultivated farming land. Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/22 Report of District Experiment Substation in Southern Alberta (1937-1946). Supervisor is H. Chester, B.S.A. 2007.1029/23 Report of Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Activities with 10 photos of farmland and everyday life on the farm (December 31, 1938). Supervised by the Dominion Experimental Station in Lethbridge, AB. 2007.1029/24 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1938-1939). Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/25 Report of District Experiment Substations and Illustration Stations in Southern Alberta (1940). Supervisors are H. Chester, B.S.A., and H.J. Mather, B.Sc. 2007.1029/26 Report of District Experiment Substations and Illustration Stations in Southern Alberta (1941). Supervisors are H. Chester and H.J. Mather. 2007.1029/27 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1941). Supervisors are H. Chester and H.J. Mather. 2007.1029/28 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1942). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/29 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1944). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/30 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1944). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/31 Report of District Experiment Substation in Southern Alberta (1946 – Part 1). Supervisor is H. Chester. There are two figures of the layout of the experimental farm. 2007.1029/32 Report of the District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1946- Part 2). There are two figures of the experimental farm in 1942 and 1946. Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/33 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1946 – Part 3). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/34 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1947- Part 1). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/35 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1947- Part 2). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/36 Report of District Experiment Substation in Southern Alberta (1948). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/37 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1948). 2007.1029/38 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1948). Supervisor is H. Chester. 2007.1029/39 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta with letters from the Department of Agriculture, Canada. Supervisor is A.D. Smith, B.Sc. (1950). 2007.1029/40 Annual Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1951). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/41 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1951). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/42 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta with 2 photos of wheat fields (1952). Supervisor is A.D. Smith, who was also the agronomist, and J.B. Tennant, who was the Plot Foreman. 2007.1029/43 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1952). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/44 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (1953). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/45 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta (Including Tracy Test with Drill on Stubble seeding). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant (1953). 2007.1029/46 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta with comments from Department of Agriculture in Ottawa, Canada (1954). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/47 Report of District Experiment Substations in Southern Alberta with letters from Department of Agriculture in Ottawa, Canada (1955). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/48 Report of Illustration Stations in Southern Alberta (1956). Supervisor is A.D. Smith with Plot Foreman, J.B. Tennant. 2007.1029/49 Report from Division Illustration Stations (Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa). The Division Experimental Substations Progress Report, Creston, BC (1945 &1946). Supervisor is F.M. Chapman. 2007.1029/50 Division of Illustration Stations Progress Report for District Experiment Substations in Creston, BC (from the Library of the Lethbridge Experimental Station) (1948). Supervisor is F.M. Chapman. Contains 4 photos of the Creston reclaimed area prior to and following the flood. 2007.1029/51 Report of the Division of Illustration Stations Progress report for District Experiment Substations (1949). Supervisor is F.M. Chapman. 2007.1029/52 Division of Illustration Stations Progress Report for District Experiment Substations in Creston, BC (1950). Supervisor is F.M. Chapman. 2007.1029/53 District Experiment Substation in Creston B.C. with Progress report of wheat production and fertilizer tests from Lethbridge, AB (1951). Supervisor is F.M. Chapman. 2007.1029/54 Progress Report of Wheat Production and Fertilizer Test For Southern Alberta (1962 & 1963). Supervisor is A.D. Smith. 2007.1029/55 10 brochures (belonging to A. Douglas) on Repair and Maintenance of Farm buildings. [195-]. 2007.1029/56 3 brochures on sanitation and sewage drainage for Farms. Issued by The Department of Health. Property of A. Douglas Smith. [1940-195-]. 2007.1029/57 Experimental Farms Speech on Trends in Water Erosion Control In Southern Alberta. Given by: A. Douglas Smith (with 3 photos). Date Presented: 11 March, 1955. 2007.1029/58 Agriculture Canada Research Canada Letters and Description of soil and feed conditions. Total of 10 documents. [197-]. 2007.1029/59 Effect of field shelterbelts on crop yield and the influence of planting trees on the Canadian prairies for increased crop success. Also included is a letter from the Department of Agriculture. [197-]. 2007.1029/60 The influence of field shelterbelts on wind velocity and crop growth, and a three year summary from the Experimental Farms Service. [195-]. 2007.1029/61 Cropping soil drifting erosion control and mulching for crop production. A total of 5 brochures put forth by the Department of Agriculture in cooperation with State Agricultural Experiment Stations. [197-?]. 2007.1029/62 Fertilizer Experiments on Perennial Forage Crops in Southern Alberta (Agriculture Canada Research Station). [197-]. 2007.1029/63 Lethbridge Historical Society events, brochures, and documents (Galt Museum Info.) [197-]. 2007.1029/64 Sunflower Experiment. Record of the effects of fertilizer on sunflower production in Southern Alberta. (A.D. Smith). 1958. 2007.1029/65 Sunflower Experiment. The amount of fertilizer on sunflower in Southern Alberta. Property of A.D. Smith with letter to and from Dr. P. Robinson on results from fertilizer test . 1959. 2007.1029/66 Yield of Sunflower with Nitrogen and P2O5. Dry land farming stubble yield from Claresholm, Nobleford, and Lethbridge. (Not in Good condition). 1958-1960. 2007.1029/67 Results from Sunflower fertilization in Claresholm and Nobleford with letters to soil scientist; soil and feed testing lab, and research station. Brochures on sunflower production. Oversize charts on fertilizer levels. Supervisors are H. Chester and A.D. Smith. [1960-1971?] 2007.1029/68 Field tests of fertilization on sunflower in Claresholm, Nobleford, and Lethbridge. Also included are letters of inquiry from U.S. Department of Agriculture. (Dr. Pawlowski, A.D. Smith, William H. Miller). [1960-1970?] 2007.1029/69 Brochures, handouts, and charts on soil management and irrigation for farm rehabilitation. Article from Scientific American (September 1970) and summary of data from fertilized wheat on summer fallow rod-row tests in Southern, AB. (A.D. Smith & R.R. Cairns). [197-?] 2007.1029/70 Western Prairie Soils and Soil testing . Brochures on fertile fields and fertilizers. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (Jan.-Feb. 1970). [1923-1970?] 2007.1029/71 Fertilizer on wheat seeded on cover crops with yield for Lethbridge & Area. 1958-1959. FOR OTHER RECORDS OF A. DOUGLAS SMITH, SEE # 20071032000
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"Alberta - Tonnage Contract - Sugar Beets"

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Date Range
28 May 1943
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20001072000
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Alberta - Tonnage Contract - Sugar Beets between growers K.F. Sera and L. Toth, and contractors the Paul Okamura family. The contract is for the division of work in growing and harvesting 25 acres of sugar beets near Raymond. K.F. Sera and L. Toth were the landowners, and the Okamura family the lab…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
28 May 1943
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Custodial History
The donors found the contract in their father's papers after his death. Their father was Mr. K. Frank Sera, whose name appears in the contract.
Scope and Content
Alberta - Tonnage Contract - Sugar Beets between growers K.F. Sera and L. Toth, and contractors the Paul Okamura family. The contract is for the division of work in growing and harvesting 25 acres of sugar beets near Raymond. K.F. Sera and L. Toth were the landowners, and the Okamura family the labourers. Sera and Toth were in turn under contract with Canadian Sugar Factories Limited.
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Album of Asael Palmer's Life

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Date Range
[19--]
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20001063006
Physical Description
Album
Scope and Content
Album containing photographs, biographies, newspaper clippings, books, letters relating to the life of Asael Palmer.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
[19--]
Physical Description
Album
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Album containing photographs, biographies, newspaper clippings, books, letters relating to the life of Asael Palmer.
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Date Range
1945-1968
Material Type
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Accession No.
20021060000
Physical Description
51 items
Scope and Content
The fonds includes a binder containg 50 topographical maps of Alberta stretching to all provincial, territorial and international boundaries. Also included is the "Rand McNally Current Events World Atlas".
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1945-1968
Physical Description
51 items
Physical Condition
Very Good
Scope and Content
The fonds includes a binder containg 50 topographical maps of Alberta stretching to all provincial, territorial and international boundaries. Also included is the "Rand McNally Current Events World Atlas".
Notes
The map 'Chinchaga' was not in the binder. The envelope is there. Binder is found in the oversized shelves.
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