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Burness and Nicol Family Fonds

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Date Range
1875-1979
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20011107000
Physical Description
41 photographs approximately 17 cm of manuscript material
Scope and Content
Photographs, expense records and personal papers of James Nicol, James Burness Senior, Catherine Burness (nee Nicol) and James Nicol Burness. They include expense accounts, Mr. Nicol's diaries, family birth and marriage certificates and other items.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1875-1979
Physical Description
41 photographs approximately 17 cm of manuscript material
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
James (Jim) Nicol Burness Junior was born in the Van Haarlem Hospital at Lethbridge on 11 May 1918. His parents were James Burness Senior and Catherine (Katie) Burness [nee Nicol]. His maternal grandparents were James Nicol and Helen Nicol [nee Henderson]. James Burness Senior was an employee of the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company (CWNGC). The family lived at the Coste measuring station six miles from Burdett, Alberta where Mr. Burness Sr. measured and reported gas pressure and flow on the Bow Island – Calgary pipeline. The reports were made to the CWNGC office in Calgary every hour, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When demand for gas was high, the employees walked into the coulee to turn on more wells. When James Jr. was eight years old, the family moved to the main station three miles from Burdett. In 1932 Mr. Burness Sr. was transferred to Brooks, Alberta as the company’s representative in the town. From about 1934 until his retirement in 1937, Mr. Burness Sr. worked in Foremost, Alberta. He died in 1961. On 10 July 1916 James Burness Senior married Catherine (Katie) Nicol in Lethbridge. Mrs. Burness was born in the Falkland Islands, but returned to Scotland with the rest of her family after her mother died on 13 September 1889. Mrs. Burness was raised by her uncle John and his family, and worked as a teacher’s aid in Scotland until coming to Canada in 1906. On 14 April 1914 Catherine arrived at Burdett, Alberta to care for her father Jim Nicol, who had been injured when thrown from a horse the previous year. When her father was well again, Catherine moved to Lethbridge and worked as a housekeeper until she married James Burness Sr. Mrs. Burness lived in CWNGC camps until 1935, when she moved onto her father’s homestead after his death. Later a second house was acquired, this one in the Village of Burdett. Mrs. Burness was a noted gardener and supporter of the United Church. She also was active in the Victory Loan campaigns during World War 2. James Nicol Burness went to school until Grade 11, then spent five years working on the farm that had been his grandfather’s - James Nicol. At age 22 Mr. Burness had a revelation that influenced the rest of his life. He resolved to devote his life to God and humanity. During World War 2 Jim Burness served as a stretcher bearer in the Canadian Army, mainly in North Africa and Italy. After the war, in 1949, Jim Burness married Ann Josephine Yanota of Blairmore. Ann Burness died on 15 August 2006 and is buried in Mountain View Cemtery in Lethbridge. Also after the war, Jim Burness took a carpentry course and worked in Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary and Banff during the following 10 years. From 1955 to 1979 he worked at the Lethbridge Post Office as a mail sorter. Following that, Mr. Burness worked as a Commissionaire for two more years until retiring. James N. Burness died on 16 February 2005 and is buried in Mountain View Cemtery in Lethbridge. James Nicol was born in western Scotland in 1855, the oldest of seven children. He worked with cattle and sheep in Scotland before moving with his wife Helen (nee Henderson) to the Falkland Islands in 1879 to work for the Falkland Islands Company as a shepherd and herder. When James' wife Helen died in 1889, the Nicol family moved back to Scotland. In 1890 James Nicol left his children with family members in Scotland and emigrated to Miles City, Montana. Mr. Nicol had a ranch along the Tongue River southwest of Miles City. In 1901 Mr. Nicol moved to Bassano in what was then the Northwest Territories. In 1910 he moved to Burdett, where he established his own ranch. Mr. Nicol died in 1935. Sources: Biographical notes prepared by the donor, in file 20011107062 Burdett Prairie Trails (Lethbridge, 1981), pages 144-146
Language
English
Custodial History
The donor acquired most of the items in this fonds from his mother, Mrs. Catherine Burness.
Scope and Content
Photographs, expense records and personal papers of James Nicol, James Burness Senior, Catherine Burness (nee Nicol) and James Nicol Burness. They include expense accounts, Mr. Nicol's diaries, family birth and marriage certificates and other items.
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Centennial Committee For Recognition-Legacy Ridge Project fonds

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Date Range
1912-1924, 1999-2006
Description Level
Fonds
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20121004
Physical Description
10 files, 21 colour photographs, 1 map
Scope and Content
2012.1004/1 History of Project: A short history of the project from 1995 to 2004.[2004] 2012.1004/2 Correspondence, Photographs, News Clippings: items pertaining to the opening of Legacy Ridge in August 2005.10 Photographs. 2005 2012.1004/3 Women's Studies Papers. 2002-2004 2012.1004/4 Package for …
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1912-1924, 1999-2006
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Irma Dogterom
Physical Description
10 files, 21 colour photographs, 1 map
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Beginning in 1995 a group of Lethbridge initiated the process of getting one of the new neighbourhoods in Lethbridge to name its streets after women that had contributed to the community. Under the leadership of chairperson Irma Dogterom, a committee was formed in 1999; members were: Irma Dogterom (Chair), Linda Cody, Georgia Fooks, Trish Hagen, Mary Oordt, Joan Nebelski, and Alderman Barbara Lacey. Frances Weaselfat joined the group and aided with fundraising initiatives. When Lethbridge City Council announced the development of a park northwest of 13th Street and 26th Avenue North the group requested that it be named for a woman. In a presentation to council in June 2001 the committee requested that a planned housing development in that area be named Legacy Ridge instead of Valleyview as was planned and that the streets and parks in the area be named for women. The request was approved and the project opened in August of 2005.
Language
English
Scope and Content
2012.1004/1 History of Project: A short history of the project from 1995 to 2004.[2004] 2012.1004/2 Correspondence, Photographs, News Clippings: items pertaining to the opening of Legacy Ridge in August 2005.10 Photographs. 2005 2012.1004/3 Women's Studies Papers. 2002-2004 2012.1004/4 Package for City Council. 2000-2001 2012.1004/5 Proposal. 2003. 2012.1004/6 Paper ("Common Ground"): list of proposed names. 2004. 2012.1004/7 News Clippings. 1999-2006 2012.1004/8 Lethbridge Herald's Publicity Number, 1912. 1912. 2012.1004/9 News Clippings, Articles, Photographs, 1924, 1998-2004. 11 Photographs, 1 Map. 2012.1004/10 News Clippings. 2004-2005.
Notes
Files found in 2012 Year end box #1
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Charles Bertram Elliott Fonds

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Date Range
1897-1986
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20101058000
Physical Description
1 cm of manuscript material 8 black and white copy photographs
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of a file of biographical information about Charles Bertram Elliott, and eight family photographs. The materials are copies of original photographs and documents.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1897-1986
Physical Description
1 cm of manuscript material 8 black and white copy photographs
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Charles Bertram Elliott was born on 4 Match 1897 in Somerville, Massachusetts. His parents were William Wylie Elliott and Eliza Ross Elliott (nee Bertram), both of whom were born in Nova Scotia. Charles had two sisters, Jennie May (born 1898) and Elsie Gertrude (born 1902). By 1908 the family had moved from Massachusetts to Vancouver, British Columbia, where Charles attended school. On 2 August 1921 Charles Elliott married Gladys Bourgoine in Chelan County, Washington. Their son Theodore was born in Greenwood, British Columbia in 1922. Between 1922 and 1924 the family moved to Lethbridge, where their second son Earle was born. Shortly after, Charles and Gladys’ marriage ended. While in Lethbridge, Charles Elliott owned and operated a taxi business. Eager to learn to fly, Elliott formed Lethbridge Commercial Airways in 1927 without any flight experience or pilot’s license. The company did have a Standard J-1 aircraft, and Charles began his pilot training in that airplane. Lethbridge Commercial Airways went out of business before Elliott could complete his tests for a pilot’s license. From May 1929 until February 1931 Charles Elliott operated Southern Alberta Air Lines. He received his Air Engineer’s license on 11 June 1929, and his Commerical Pilot’s license on 22 April 1930. In early 1932 Elliott, along with C.H. Tweed, operated a flying school at Lethbridge with a Monocoupe, registration CF-AKO. He obtained a Fokker Universal, registration G-CASE, from Great Bear Airways, and on 1 May 1932 announced his passenger service between Lethbridge and Calgary. By September Elliott was out of business and had sold his Fokker aircraft to Independent Airways of Edmonton, Alberta. In 1933 Charles Elliott moved to Vancouver, where he worked for Pacific Airways. The Henderson Directories for Vancouver from 1935 to 1938 list him variously as Manager, Vice President, Chief Pilot and Engineer of Pacific Airways. On 23 May 1938 Charles Elliott crashed in the Waco, registration CF-BDT, he was flying. The plane crashed into a lake north of Fort St. James, British Columbia. Taken to the hospital in Prince George, British Columbia, Elliott died of his injuries on 31 May 1938. Charles Bertram Elliott is buried in the Capilano View Cemetery, Vancouver. [Sources: Biographical file for Charles Bertram Elliott, Archives number 20101058001 ; Wings Over Lethbridge by Bruce W. Gowans (Lethbridge Historical Society, 1986) page IV-72]
Language
English
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of a file of biographical information about Charles Bertram Elliott, and eight family photographs. The materials are copies of original photographs and documents.
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Coal: Its Properties, Analysis, Classification, Geology, Extraction, Uses and Distribution

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Date Range
1922
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20021069010
Physical Description
Hardcover book
Scope and Content
Moore, Elwood S. Coal: Its Properties, Analysis, Classification, Geology, Extraction, Uses and Distribution. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1922
Physical Description
Hardcover book
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
Moore, Elwood S. Coal: Its Properties, Analysis, Classification, Geology, Extraction, Uses and Distribution. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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Correspondence Addressed to Douglas Lawrence

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Date Range
1911 and 1937
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20001094001
Physical Description
4 items
Scope and Content
Correspondence addressed to Douglas and Agnes Lawrence. The letters include congratulations and advice to Douglas at the time he emigrated to Canada from England, and 'In Memoriam" cards and letters for friends and family who died.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1911 and 1937
Physical Description
4 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
James Dalrymple was born in Stranraer, Scotland in July 1846. His wife Mary was born near Blandford, Dorset, England in 1851. The couple had seven daughters: Ethel Mary (married Charles Wyatt), Janet Louise, Edith Katherine (married Frederick Caley), Marion Isabelle, Agnes Christine (married Douglas Lawrence), Hannah, Elsie Geraldine (married Alexander Charles Padley). Prior to 1885, James Dalrymple and John Lindsay were partners in an ironmongery in Blandford, England. In 1885 Mr. Dalrymple bought out Mr. Lindsay and operated the ironmongery as sole proprietor until 1906, when he sold the business to Arthur Wyatt. At age 60, James Dalrymple moved his entire family to Canada, having first arranged to have a house built at 715 3 Street South in Lethbridge. In 1907 Mr. Dalrymple bought a two storey general store in nearby Diamond City. He built four rooms on the north side of the store to be used as living quarters for his daughter and son-in-law, Ethel and Charles Wyatt, and their son Douglas. Charles Wyatt was appointed Postmaster at Diamond City on 2 February 1908, and operated the post office from one of the rooms of the living quarters. Mr. Wyatt also worked in the general store, as did James Dalrymple’s daughters Agnes and Isabelle. Local boys collected orders from homes in Diamond City and delivered the goods later the same day. The store and the Wyatt home became social centres of the community and the district. In 1918, James Dalrymple’s son-in-law Douglas Lawrence became a partner in the store, which was known thereafter as Dalrymple and Lawrence General Store. In 1938 a long-time employee, Harry Roe, took over full management of the store, while Dalrymple and Lawrence retained ownership. After Harry Roe died in 1949, James Dalrymple and Douglas Lawrence sold the store to John Danielson, and it became known as Danielson’s General Store. Mr. Danielson owned the store until 1994, when he sold it to June Hanson who renamed it Hanson’s General Store and Post Office. James Dalrymple died in Lethbridge on 22 January 1929. His wife Mary died in Lethbridge on 3 May 1935. For more information about the Lawrence and Padley families, refer to the book "The History of Diamond City and Commerce", available in the Archives. [Source: The History of Diamond City and Commerce]
Language
English
Custodial History
The items in this fonds are from the estate of Mr. Seymour James Smith, formerly of 329 3 Street South, who died on 11 June 2000. The items in the fonds come from the Dalrymple, Padley, Lawrence and Smith families, all of whom are connected by marriage. Mr. Smith’s connection is his marriage to Gwen, daughter of Alexander and Elsie Padley.
Scope and Content
Correspondence addressed to Douglas and Agnes Lawrence. The letters include congratulations and advice to Douglas at the time he emigrated to Canada from England, and 'In Memoriam" cards and letters for friends and family who died.
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Dalrymple, Padley, Lawrence and Smith Families Fonds

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Date Range
1906-1966
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20001094000
Scope and Content
Five files of correspondence, 21 photographs and one photograph album from the Dalrymple, Padley, Lawrence and Smith families. File 20001094009 contains photographs with the following names - Gordon Chappel, Wallace Seymour Smith, Marjorie Smith, Nan and Charles Walker with children - Billy, Bob, …
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1906-1966
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
James Dalrymple was born in Stranraer, Scotland in July 1846. His wife Mary was born near Blandford, Dorset, England in 1851. The couple had seven daughters: Ethel Mary (married Charles Wyatt), Janet Louise, Edith Katherine (married Frederick Caley), Marion Isabelle, Agnes Christine (married Douglas Lawrence), Hannah, Elsie Geraldine (married Alexander Charles Padley). Prior to 1885, James Dalrymple and John Lindsay were partners in an ironmongery in Blandford, England. In 1885 Mr. Dalrymple bought out Mr. Lindsay and operated the ironmongery as sole proprietor until 1906, when he sold the business to Arthur Wyatt. At age 60, James Dalrymple moved his entire family to Canada, having first arranged to have a house built at 715 3 Street South in Lethbridge. In 1907 Mr. Dalrymple bought a two storey general store in nearby Diamond City. He built four rooms on the north side of the store to be used as living quarters for his daughter and son-in-law, Ethel and Charles Wyatt, and their son Douglas. Charles Wyatt was appointed Postmaster at Diamond City on 2 February 1908, and operated the post office from one of the rooms of the living quarters. Mr. Wyatt also worked in the general store, as did James Dalrymple’s daughters Agnes and Isabelle. Local boys collected orders from homes in Diamond City and delivered the goods later the same day. The store and the Wyatt home became social centres of the community and the district. In 1918, James Dalrymple’s son-in-law Douglas Lawrence became a partner in the store, which was known thereafter as Dalrymple and Lawrence General Store. In 1938 a long-time employee, Harry Roe, took over full management of the store, while Dalrymple and Lawrence retained ownership. After Harry Roe died in 1949, James Dalrymple and Douglas Lawrence sold the store to John Danielson, and it became known as Danielson’s General Store. Mr. Danielson owned the store until 1994, when he sold it to June Hanson who renamed it Hanson’s General Store and Post Office. James Dalrymple died in Lethbridge on 22 January 1929. His wife Mary died in Lethbridge on 3 May 1935. For more information about the Lawrence and Padley families, refer to the book "The History of Diamond City and Commerce", available in the Archives. [Source: The History of Diamond City and Commerce]
Language
English
Custodial History
The items in this fonds are from the estate of Mr. Seymour James Smith, formerly of 329 3 Street South, who died on 11 June 2000. The items in the fonds come from the Dalrymple, Padley, Lawrence and Smith families, all of whom are connected by marriage. Mr. Smith’s connection is his marriage to Gwen, daughter of Alexander and Elsie Padley.
Scope and Content
Five files of correspondence, 21 photographs and one photograph album from the Dalrymple, Padley, Lawrence and Smith families. File 20001094009 contains photographs with the following names - Gordon Chappel, Wallace Seymour Smith, Marjorie Smith, Nan and Charles Walker with children - Billy, Bob, Grahame, Joseph, Anne Shirley, Douglas, Ivan, Mary; Victor B. Miller; Mary Isabella Schneider; File 20001094009 contains several photo portraits (in folders) by Smith Studio, A. Elvyn Smith Studio
Notes
The photos from the album have been removed and placed with the other photographs for conservation measures.
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Date Range
[between 1920 and 1944]
Material Type
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Accession No.
20091048000
Physical Description
6 photographs 2 manuscript items
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of six photographs, one of the four Dayman children and the others of school classes, as well as a Pocket Directory of Carmangay and a school assignment prepared by one of the children about Carmangay. The assignment is illustrated with photographs that have been scanned as well.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
[between 1920 and 1944]
Physical Description
6 photographs 2 manuscript items
Physical Condition
Very Good
History / Biographical
"William Dayman came to Carmangay in 1924 from Stirling, Alberta. He was the C.P.R. Agent until 1943 and was very active in community affairs. Mr. Dayman served on the United Church Board, the town council, the hospital board, and held offices in the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star ... Mr. Dayman was always ready to help and sent emergency telegrams at all hours. Another interesting job he had was releasing homing pigeons for the Pigeons Fanciers Clubs. The birds were sent in by express with the request he release them at a certain time." The Dayman family moved to Calgary in 1943. They had four children: Roy (wife Dorothy) who operated a grocery store in Barons, Alberta; Frances (husband Wesley Jacobson) of Lethbridge; Eileen (husband Clarence Norton); Elvin: and Harold, who was killed in action during World War 2. Mr. Dayman died in Calgary in 1945, and his wife continued to live there. [Source: Bridging the Years: Carmangay and District. Carmangay District Home and School Association, 1968, page 60] [The donor provided information that Mr. William Dayman, was the CPR station agent in Carmangay from 1920 to 1944.]
Language
English
Custodial History
These items were originally in the possession of the donor's parents, Mr. Wesley Jacobson and Mrs. Frances Ethel Jacobson (nee Dayman).
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of six photographs, one of the four Dayman children and the others of school classes, as well as a Pocket Directory of Carmangay and a school assignment prepared by one of the children about Carmangay. The assignment is illustrated with photographs that have been scanned as well.
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Dr. Donald Arthur Rice & Ruth Annette Rice fonds

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Date Range
1921-2005
Material Type
Mixed Media
Accession No.
20061073
Physical Description
0.06 m of textual records, 132 photographs
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of photographs and research materials. 2006.1073.001 Family History Research Notes (1959-1987) 2006.1073.002 Ruth Annette Rice (nee Anderson): school records, nursing education certificates, parents' marriage certificate, obituary (1923-2005) 2006.1073.003 Night and Day Year …
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1921-2005
Physical Description
0.06 m of textual records, 132 photographs
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
Dr. Donald Arthur Rice earned a Bachelor of Science dgree from the University of Alberta, and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the same university in 1945. He entered general practice briefly in Taber in 1946, and the same year moved to Lethbridge, where he practiced medicine until 1988. Dr. Rice was affiliated with the Roy Clinic. In 1966 he served as Chief of Staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, and from 1955 to 1988, as Director of the Lethbridge Cancer Clinic. Ruth Annette Rice (nee Anderson) was born in Claresholm, Alberta in 1925. She attended primary school in Claresholm and went to Nobleford for her high school years. She was a star basketball player for the Nobleford Petes. She graduated from the Galt School of Nursing in 1947. She was later working at the Galt Hospital. She married Donald Arthur Rice in 1949. Mrs. Rice served for many community organizations, in particular the alumnae of the Galt School of Nursing.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of photographs and research materials. 2006.1073.001 Family History Research Notes (1959-1987) 2006.1073.002 Ruth Annette Rice (nee Anderson): school records, nursing education certificates, parents' marriage certificate, obituary (1923-2005) 2006.1073.003 Night and Day Year Books - Galt School of Nursing (1955, 1956, 1961) 2006.1073.004 Photo Album (1944-1967) 2006.1073.005 Galt School of Nursing: personal file - alumni re-unions, obituaries, etc. (1957-2005) 2006.1073.006 Dr. Donald Arthur Rice: certificates, letters of appointment, retirement guest book, etc. (1921-1990) 2006.1073.007 Chinook Physicians' Association Remembers. Publication featuring profiles of retired local physicians (2003) Separated books: - White Caps and Red Roses: History of the Galt School of Nursing, Lethbridge, Alberta 1910-1979 - Evergreen and Gold Year Book of the University of Alberta 1940 Separated oversize materials: - 5 medical certificates of Dr. Rice
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Accession 2006.1073
Supplied source: Donated by Mieke and Robert Rice
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Date Range
1912-1979
Material Type
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Accession No.
20031017000
Physical Description
4 items
Scope and Content
A pamphlet for the Sisters of St. Martha Golden Anniversary, 1979; the Canadian Medical Association Handbook, 1912; a copy of an article on Dr. Frank Hamilton Mewburn O.B.E., M.D., 1958; and a printed copy of a painting of Dr. Frank Mewburn in military uniform.
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1912-1979
Physical Description
4 items
Physical Condition
Very Good
Language
English
Custodial History
The Canadian Medical Association Handbook originally belonged to Dr. A.D. MacLean of Fort Macleod, Alberta.
Scope and Content
A pamphlet for the Sisters of St. Martha Golden Anniversary, 1979; the Canadian Medical Association Handbook, 1912; a copy of an article on Dr. Frank Hamilton Mewburn O.B.E., M.D., 1958; and a printed copy of a painting of Dr. Frank Mewburn in military uniform.
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Date Range
1916-1975
Material Type
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Accession No.
20131039
Physical Description
5 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
001 Majorette Calendar (large format promotional calendar, 6 pages) 002 Structural specifications for Apartment Building, William Meech Architect, 1938 003 Specifications for a steam heating plant for apartment building, William Meech Architect, 1938 004 United Church Women: membership certific…
Material Type
Mixed Media
Date Range
1916-1975
Creator
Arthur and June Duff
Physical Description
5 cm of textual records
Physical Condition
Excellent
Language
English
Scope and Content
001 Majorette Calendar (large format promotional calendar, 6 pages) 002 Structural specifications for Apartment Building, William Meech Architect, 1938 003 Specifications for a steam heating plant for apartment building, William Meech Architect, 1938 004 United Church Women: membership certificates and by-laws 1953-66 005 Correspondence - Royal Canadian Legion 006 Photographs of the Becker Lumber Co building 007 Map ans Street Guide of the City of Lethbridge [prior to 1964] 008 Arthur Duff's membership book - Great War Veteran's Association (GWVA), Provincial Command of B.C., Cranbrook Branch; letter 009 Oversize photographs - Quebec Conference, 10th Brigade officers, Canadian Cemetery at Caen, FCAF Bonspiel (1956), Vis. Alexander of Tunis, Memorial Day 1964 (12 photos); RCE Regimental Exercises 1953-56 Lethbridge 010 Decoration Day Services 1938; Legion Hockey 1940s-50s; group photo of IODE members and General Stewart 1960 011 Military photogaphs: 39th Battery in Belgium, 1918; GWVA Convention, Port Arthur, Ont., 1921; 2 photos of Remembrance Day Ceremony on the City Cemetery in Lethbridge, 1936 (Major Elton speaking); officers 6th L.A.A. Regt. R.C.A. (AF) Petawawa, 1942; Canadian Small Arms Training Centre Lethbridge, 1940; 4th Platoon, "A" Company #131 C.A.(B) T.C., Camrose, 1941; Unidentified group photo of soldiers, WWII; Drums and Bugles 196th Oversees Battalion C.E.F "Western Universities," Camp Hughes, 1916; postcard with anonymous soldiers addressed to Mrs. Kerr, Lethbridge; View of Camp Sewell 1913, 13th Battery C.F.A.; Unidentified military camp by the mountains. 012 Collection of Panaramic photographs: 2 panaramic shots of Vimy Ridge vicinity; 20th Battery C.F.A. in front of barracks; 2 photos of 20th Battery C.F.A. at Camp Sewell, 1915.
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