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Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20021008200
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of Nicholas Sheran Park in west Lethbridge.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of Nicholas Sheran Park in west Lethbridge.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021008200
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Nicholas Sheran Ice Arena

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions77195
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-038
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Ice Arena at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Ice Arena at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property found in file folders in the manuscript section.
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20031023003-038
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Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions77194
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-037
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property found in file folders in the manuscript section.
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Accession No.
20031023003-037
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The Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions64994
Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20021008205
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre at 401 Laval Boulevard West.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021008205
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The Nicholas Sheran Community School

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions64993
Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20021008204
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Community School at 380 Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
[199-]
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the Nicholas Sheran Community School at 380 Laval Boulevard West.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
20021008204
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Washrooms Building In Nicholas Sheran Park

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Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-065
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the washrooms building in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the washrooms building in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property found in file folders in the manuscript section.
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Accession No.
20031023003-065
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Maintenance Depot Building In Nicholas Sheran Park

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Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-064
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the maintenance depot building in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard west.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the maintenance depot building in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard west.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property.
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20031023003-064
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Irrigation Pumphouse In Nicholas Sheran Park, Lethbridge

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Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-066
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the irrigation pumphouse in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the irrigation pumphouse in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property found in file folders in the manuscript section.
Access Restrictions
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Accession No.
20031023003-066
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Multi Purpose Shelter In Nicholas Sheran Park

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Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Material Type
Photograph
Accession No.
20031023003-067
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Scope and Content
View of the multi purpose shelter in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
  1 image  
Material Type
Photograph
Date Range
1991
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
Colour photograph
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
View of the multi purpose shelter in Nicholas Sheran park, Laval Boulevard West.
Notes
This photograph is part of 20031023003, the third group of Suncorp Valuations Limited's insurance appraisal of all City of Lethbridge property found in file folders in the manuscript section.
Access Restrictions
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Accession No.
20031023003-067
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Lethbridge Historical Society Annual Report And Correspondence

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Date Range
1996
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082016
Physical Description
3 items
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Annual Reports1995-1996, 1996-1997; Correspondence.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
3 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Annual Reports1995-1996, 1996-1997; Correspondence.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082016
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Consumer And Corporate Affairs Society Annual Returns

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65867
Date Range
1996
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082017
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Consumer and Corporate Affairs Society Annual Returns for 1988-1989
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1996
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Consumer and Corporate Affairs Society Annual Returns for 1988-1989
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082017
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Fonds

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65850
Date Range
1981-1996
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082000
Physical Description
17 items
Scope and Content
Items include Correspondence; Financial information, Meeting minutes;
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1981-1996
Physical Description
17 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. the organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Items include Correspondence; Financial information, Meeting minutes;
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082000
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Meeting Minutes, Financial Information And Correspondence

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65861
Date Range
1990
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082011
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from November 1988 to October 1989; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1990 to October 1990.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1990
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from November 1988 to October 1989; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1990 to October 1990.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082011
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Meeting Minutes, Financial Information And Correspondence

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65862
Date Range
1991
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082012
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from November 1990 to October 1991; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1991 to November 1991.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1991
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from November 1990 to October 1991; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1991 to November 1991.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082012
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Meeting Minutes, Financial Information And Correspondence

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65863
Date Range
1992-1993
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082013
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from March to May 1992 ; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1992 to April, 1993.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1992-1993
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Financial statement from March to May 1992 ; Correspondence; Meeting minutes from January 1992 to April, 1993.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082013
Collection
Archive
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Lethbridge Historical Society Meeting Minutes, Financial Information And Correspondence

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65864
Date Range
1993-1994
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082014
Physical Description
1 item
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Correspondence; Financial statement October 1994: Meeting Minutes from November 1993 to June 1994.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1993-1994
Physical Description
1 item
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Correspondence; Financial statement October 1994: Meeting Minutes from November 1993 to June 1994.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082014
Collection
Archive
Less detail

Lethbridge Historical Society Meeting Minutes, Financial Information And Correspondence

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions65865
Date Range
1995
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
19971082015
Physical Description
3 items
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Correspondence; Financial statement October 1995 ; Meeting Minutes from January to November 1995.
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1995
Physical Description
3 items
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society. The organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first histroical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923. the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, althought some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again. The prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge. and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the insigation of lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to buikld a repllica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facitily until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series, the society has also paced several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
Scope and Content
Lethbridge Historical Society Correspondence; Financial statement October 1995 ; Meeting Minutes from January to November 1995.
Access Restrictions
Public Access
Accession No.
19971082015
Collection
Archive
Less detail
Date Range
1967-2012
Accession No.
20161044000
Physical Description
2112 photographs, 31 negatives, 5 cm of textual records, 9 newspaper clippings, 3 magazine clippings, 17 oversize items, 1 restricted file.
Scope and Content
2016.1044.001-017: Separation Sheets – 18th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1975-1979 – 19th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1972-1982 - 20th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1982-1986 – 21st Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1986-1989 – 22nd Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1989-1993 – Alber…
Date Range
1967-2012
Physical Description
2112 photographs, 31 negatives, 5 cm of textual records, 9 newspaper clippings, 3 magazine clippings, 17 oversize items, 1 restricted file.
History / Biographical
John Gogo was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1975 to 1993 representing the Progressive Conservatives and West Lethbridge. He served in the Canadian Armed Forces from 1949 to 1962 and saw combat in the Korean War. Gogo was the Minister of Advanced Education from 1985 to 1992. In May 2007 he was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Lethbridge. John Gogo died in 2015.
Scope and Content
2016.1044.001-017: Separation Sheets – 18th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1975-1979 – 19th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1972-1982 - 20th Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1982-1986 – 21st Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1986-1989 – 22nd Legislative Assembly of Alberta – 1989-1993 – Alberta Advanced Education – John Gogo – Minister of Advanced Education – 1989-1992 – Large Poster Board – Big Brothers “Best Friend” – Medal for Honorary Chairman John Gogo – Bowl for Millions – 1982 – 21st Legislature – Government Caucus Group Photo – 1986-1989 – Lethbridge Kiwanis Music Festival Photo – 1991 – Signed photo of Peter Lougheed addressed to John and Joyce Gogo – August 1989 – Photo of John Gogo and Peter Lougheed – Written on by Peter Lougheed – 1985 – Certificate proclaiming John Gogo to be the 495th member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta – May 1975 – Board of Govenors University of Alberta Thank You plaque – Date Unknown – “Happy 2nd Anniversary” photo montage – Dates Unknown – Gogo family photo – Date Unknown – Gogo family photo – Date Unknown – Box of 15 oversized photographs – Dates Unknown – Will (Restricted) – Appointment with Pat McMillan – Email correspondence with Shannon Donkersgoed – Peterson & Purvis Re: Wills – Planning Session – Last Will and Testament – 2012. 2016.1044.019: Miscellaneous Newspaper clippings – Peak Performance Camp at LCC – July 1986 – Gogo plays politics by his own rules – Date Unknown – AUPE replies to Gogo – The ATA News – September 1979 2016.1044.020: Scouts Canada – In Appreciation of John Gogo – Friend of Camp Impeesa – Tom MacLachlan, President – Rick Ross, Commissioner – Bob Dyer, Executive Director – Ian Woodman, VP Administration – Date Unknown. 2016.1044.021: Jeux Canada Games – 1975 – 1 Photo – 12 Illustrations – Certificate of Appreciation Awarded to John Gogo – Lottery Chairman – Charles G. Virtue. 2016.1044.022: Financial Statement – 1975 Canada Winter Games Lottery – April 16, 1974-April 30, 1976 – Auditors’ Report – Statement of Income – Administration Expenses. 2016.1044.023: Appreciation Night – April 21, 1993 – Miscellaneous Letters. 2016.1044.024: Nomination Papers – 1978-1979. 2016.1044.025: Congratulations – Appreciation and Recognition – Certificates – Thanks – 1967-2012. 2016.1044.026: 18th Legislative Assembly – Envelope Addressed to Joyce Gogo – Province of Alberta 18th Legislature Third Session Alberta Hansard – Orders of the Day – Alberta Energy Company Ltd. Notice of General Meeting of Shareholders – Memo: CBC Television Provincial Affairs – Government Caucus Edmonton-Ottewell News “I will not be a candidate in the next Alberta election” John Ashton – John Gogo Campaign Advertisement The Lethbridge Herald – Alberta Speech From the Throne – 1978. 2016.1044.027: University of Lethbridge – Spring 2007 Convocation – Chancellor’s Dinner – John Gogo – Honorary Degree Recipients. 2016.1044.028: John Gogo – Lethbridge West – Progressive Conservative (PC) Candidate – Pamphlet – Date Unknown. 2016.1044.029: Korea Veterans – Letter from the President of the Republic of Korea – 2010 – Message of Remembrance Herald clipping – Date Unknown – Korea Veterans Association of Canada Minutes of General Meeting – May 2005 – Extract from Alberta Hansard Korea War Veterans Day – April 2005 – Legislative Assembly Alberta Korea Voluntary Service Assembly – November 1990 – Letter from the President of the Republic of Korea – June 2000 – Province of Alberta 22nd Legislature Second Session Debate of Korean Voluntary Service Medals – November 1990. 2016.1044.030: AADAC – Alcohol, Drugs and Tabacco: An International Perspective-Past, Present and Future – The 34th International Congress on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – The Calgary Convention Centre – August 1985. 2016.1044.031: 22nd Legislature – 1989 – 1 Photo. 2016.1044.032: Signed photo of Premier Ralph Klein – 1 Photo – Date Unknown. 2016.1044.033: Cheque Presentations Photo Album - “Keep in Touch Society” – Cheque Presentation to University of Lethbridge Hockey Team – September 1985 – Lethbridge Fair Parade – August 1983 – Brooks AADAC Office Official Opening – C.P.A. bursaries presentation – November 1984 – Blue Sky Lodge Official Opening – December 1986 – Presentation of cheque to the Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club – Max Bell Aquatic Centre – January 1986 – Lethbridge Fair Parade – August 1982 – Lethbridge Fair Parade – 100th Anniversary – July 1985 – Lethbridge Fair Parade – July 1984 – AADAC Napi Lodge opening – June 1982 – International Council on Alcohol and Drugs – August 1985 – Opening of College Fitness – March 1980 – Opening New ??? Research Station – Park Place Sod Turning – March 1987 – Opening of the Provincial Building – June 1977 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to the Lethbridge Cosmos Soccer Club – October 1988 – Cheque presentation to Library – November 1989 – ’75 Chargers Soccer Team – July 1989 – Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Heritage Awards Banquet – Lethbridge Lodge Hotel – May 1989 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to Lethbridge Track and Field Club – December 1989 – Plaque Presentation – Lethbridge Housing Authority – November 1989 – Community Facility Enhancement Program – cheque presentation to Benny Pawn for the Columbus Club – December 1989 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to Lethbridge and District Wheat Chair Association – December 1989 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to Wheat Chair Basketball Association – December 1989 – Annual Meeting – December 1989 – Community Facility Enhancement Program cheque presentation to the Westminster Neighbourhood Association – December 1989 – Community Facility Enhancement Program cheque presentation to Nicholas Sheran Community School – December 1987 – Lethbridge Community College $11.4 million Physical Education Complex – February 1990 – 4-H Awards – March 1990 – Dean Cooper retirement – April 1990 – Alberta Sports Council Lethbridge Big League Baseball $1200 protective screens – April 1990 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation $200 water polo nets and balls – April 1990 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation $800 for isokinetic resistance machine and paddles – Oldman River Canoe and Kayak Association – April 1990 – Community Facilities Enhancement Program – Southminster Church – March 1990 – Wildrose Foundation Lethbridge Family Services – May 1990 – Community Facilities Enhancement Program Norcrest Little League Baseball Association – May 1990 – 105 Photos. 2016.1044.034: 34th I.C.A.A. Congress – August 1985 – 103 Photos. 2016.1044.035: Meet the Minister Photo Album – Marine Yohenas – Joyce Gogo – Rosemary Fodder – Leah Waters – John Gogo – Michael Carr – Derek Rogusky – Brad Mattson – Dan Sanders – Jerry Kirchner – Ms. Gangapg – Frank Chalfoux – Lynn Falwell – Mr. & Mrs. Les Young – MLA Breakfast – Myles Bourke – Brad Mattson – Betty Bourke – George Seigl – Keith Derkmond – Joe Mathews – Doug MacLeod – Keith DeArnond – Shelby MacLeod – The New Three R’s Session – Michael Lorner – Pam Cholak – Jim Dinning – Norm Weiss – Art Sanford – Don LeBaron – Lethbridge Track and Field – Lorita Ichikawa – Moran Marchant – 1990 – Norcrest Little League Baseball CFEP Grant – Alberta Sports Council – Linda Case – Oldman River Canoe & Kayak Association – South Minister Church CFEP Grant – Lethbridge Big League Baseball – Southern Alberta Progressive Conservative (PC) Association BBQ – June 1991 – Premier Don Getty – Margaret Getty – Bernice Kirchner – Gerald Mezei – Pano Karkanis – Dave Rossiter – Howard Tennent – Marina Seigl – L.C.I. Jazz Choir & Band – Sherry Warne – Randy Smith – Marion Maichant – Heather Ferguson – Duncan Rand – Andy Anderson – Richard Davidson – Barb Sterdy – Mrs. Pitt – Marg Culler – Shelley Karbonik – Justin Penny – Brad Wong – Fred Bradley – Bruce Tannas – Elizabeth DeArmond – Angus Short – Leah and Tim Waters – Emma Hewlitt – Jeanette Pitt – Mrs. Dalby – Rick Dalby – Doug and Sandra Heglan – Ruby and Ted Hill – Barb Steardy – Official Opening of Legion Terrace – Blaine Thacker – Eric Plausteiner – Ruth Elzinga - World Citizens Centre – Louella Cronkite – 1967 – Track and Field Club – Cricket Club – Official Opening Alta-Sask Challenge – 1991 – Pratt & Whitney Canada Sod Turning – 1992 – Minister’s Conference (CMEC) 1990 – 223 Photos – 1 Newspaper Clipping. 2016.1044.036: 1989-1990 Photo Album – Swearing in of Government Caucus – April 1989 – Tour of Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) – May 1989 – Sir Fredrick Haultain Awards – Government House – Dr. Ray T. Berg, Dr. William O. Mitchell, Dr. Thomas D. Baker – June 1989 – Sir Frederick Haultain Prize pamphlet and menu – Tour of AVC-Lesser Slave Lake – Grouard Campus – May 1989 – Sod Turning Grand Prairie Regional College Phase II – May 1989 – Great Alberta Water Challenge Legislature North Amitheatre – June 1989 – Celebrity Chef for Klondike Breakfast Royal Alexandra Hospital – July 1989 – Official opening of the Mount Royal College Campus Expansion Phase II – August 1989 – Tour of Keyano College Fort McMurray – August 1989 – Presentation: Hon. John Gogo and Bob Barrett – 55th CMEC Meeting in Toronto – September 1989 – Live Telecast Forum University of Alberta Campus – September 1989 – Opening of Alberta Treasury Branch – September 1989 – Tour of Ontario College of Art – September 1989 – Tour of Olds College – October 1989 – Tour of the Banff Centre – October 1989 – Farewell Party for Ms. Jane Simmons – November 1989 – Tour of Fairview College – November 1989 – Alberta School Trustees Association Firing Line of Cabinet Ministers – November 1989 – Harley-Davidson Shop – Seasons Greeting Card of Phase II Project at Mount Royal College – 1990 – Council of Ministers of Education at Toronto – February 1990 – Council of Board Chairmen Public Colleges and Technical Institutes of Alberta – February 1990 – Presentation of CFEP cheque Canadian Francophone Association – December 1989 – AVC-Calgary 25th Anniversary Celebrations – February 1990 – Official opening Lloydminster Campus Lakeland College – May 1990 – Premier’s Dinner Calgary – May 1990 – Memo: Congratulations on Bill 27 – June 1990 – ACIFA Conference at Kananaskis – May 1990 – Education Week Allan Watson School – 1990 – Remarks University of Alberta Convocation – June 1990 – Education Week Nicholas Sheran Community School – 1990 – Installation of Dr. Sandy McTaggart, Chancellor, University of Alberta – June 1990 – AVC-Calgary Presentation to Awards Winners – July 1990 – AVC-Calgary Business Graduating Class – July 1990 – Sir Frederick Haultain Prize pamphlet 1990 – AVC-Calgary Announcements that AVC’s will be known as colleges – July 1990 – AVC-Calgary Learning Resource Centre – July 1990 – AVC-Lac La Biche Student Residences Lounge – August 1990 – AVC-Lac La Biche Student Residences – August 1990 – AVC-Lac La Biche Handicraft Room – 1990 – Tour of Canadian Union College, College Heights, Alberta – August 1990 – Lunch of Senior Administrative Staff AVC-Edmonton – August 1990 – Tour AVC-Edmonton Correctional Inmate Program (Integration into the Workforce and Community) – August 1990 – Winnifred Stewart Campus ESL Students – August 1990 – 42nd Conference UNESCO/IBE on Education and Literacy, Geneva Switzerland – September 1990 – Annual Students Forum, Chateau Louis Convention Centre – October 1990 – Keyano College Fort McMurrary Opening the Arts Centre – September 1990 – University of Alberta Business Administration Graduate Study Class – October 1990 – Mini Cabinet Tour, Banff-Cochrane Constituency, Media Availability Session, Green Gables-Canmore – October 1990 – Korean Veterans Luncheon and Reception, Edmonton Journal – November 1990 – Christmas card – 1990 – Presentation Received from the Alberta Association for Adult Literacy to the Legislative Library, “Book Voyage” – December 1990 – 177 Photos. 2016.1044.037: Minister of Advanced Education Photo Album – Official Opening of Nuclear Magnetic Resanator at University of Lethbridge – February 1991 – Students’ Union University of Alberta, March on the Legislature newspaper clippings – March 1991 – Canadian Council of Ministers of Education Meeting – February 1991 – Minister’s Birthday Celebrations 227 Legislature Building – February 1991 – Student Rally – Birthday Night Red Deer Progressive Association – February 1991 – Official Opening 4th Floor Expansion Scurfield Hall University of Calgary – March 1991 – Presentation of T-shirt Red Deer College – February 1991 – Guest Speaker MacDonald-Cartier Club – March 1991 – Students Forum Mount Royal College Students Union Centre – March 1991 – Installation of Mr. Gordon Towers as the thirteenth Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Alberta pamphlet – March 1991 – Opening Celebration of University of Lethbridge’s Library Automated System – March 1991 – Winners if the University of Lethbridge Library Poster Contest – March 1991 – Happy Minister Busy at Work in His Office – March 1991 – Dedication of Peace River Campus Fairview College – April 1991 – Swearing-In Ceremony of Hon. Gordon Tower as Lieutenant Governor – March 1991 – Happy Anniversary card 1991 – Progressive Conservative Convention Edmonton Convention Centre – April 1991 – ACTISEC Annual Convention Red Deer College – May 1991 – Students Service Conference Lethbridge Community College – May 1991 – Dedication of Recreation Centre Fairview College – May 1991 – Alberta College-Institute Faculties Association Vermilion Alberta – June 1991 – Minister at “PLAY” Rundle Park Golf Course – June 1991 – Retirement Farewell for Dorthy Rowles, President Grande Prairie Regional College – June 1991 – AADAC Northern Alberta Treatment Centre Grande Prairie – June 1991 – Minister’s Tour Marvel College Edmonton Alberta – July 1991 – Sod Turning Grant MacEwan Community College Edmonton Alberta – July 1991 – 1991 Sir Frederick Haultain Prize – July 1991 – 1991 Sir Frederick Haultain Prize pamphlet – July 1991 – Augustana University College Convocation (former Camrose Lutheran University College) – September 1991 – Long Service Awards Grouard Campus AVC-Lesser Slave Lake Grouard Alberta – September 1991 – Tour Trout lake Campus AVC-Lesser Slave Lake Trout Lake Alberta – September 1991 – Tour of Newly Constructed AVC-Lesser Slave Lake – September 1991 – Tour/Meeting Okanagan University Kelowna British Columbia – September 1991 – Tour Concordia College Edmonton College – September 1991 – Sod Turning of Professional Faculties Building University of Calgary – October 1991 – Announcement of Pratt and Whitney – November 1991 – Tour of Tyrrell Museum – November 1991 – Opening of Phase II Expansion of Grande Prairie Regional College – November 1991 – Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) – November 1991 – Presentation of CMEC Pins – December 1991 – Council of Ministers of Education Canada (CMEC) Toronto – December 1991 – Education sampling plan picks up steam, The Globe and Mail – December 1991 – National school tests agreed, The Toronto Sun – December 1991 – National testing on 3 Rs soon a reality, The Edmonton Journal – December 1991 – Department of Advanced Education Christmas Party Edmonton Alberta – December 1991 – United Way Book Presentation to Dr. Gail Babcock – Christmas cards – Long Service Award Presentation to Kay Cox, 16 years of service, Students Finance Board of Calgary – February 1992 – Political Cartoon, Edmonton Southsider – April 1992 – Students rally for degree status, Red Deer Advocate – March 1992 – Students vow to keep pressure, The Edmonton Sunday Sun – March 1992 – Students’ showdown with the minister, The Edmonton Journal – March 1992 – Annual ACTISEC Conference Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (S.A.I.T.) – May 1992 – Keeping in Touch Lethbridge West – 1991 – Newfoundland eyes school reform, The Globe and Mail – May 1992 – Joining to reshape education, The Globe and Mail – May 1992 – Government of Alberta Ministerial Statement – July 1992 – Government of Alberta Backgrounder Alberta Heritage Scholarship Program Review – July 1992 – Achieving Excellence The Alberta Heritage Scholarship Fund – Presentation of CMEC pin to Hon. Minister Paul Duffle Toronto – May 1992 – Presentation of CMEC pin to Hon. Rosemary Vodrey – May 1992 – National Literacy Coordination Group Fort Edmonton Park Talking Book Presentation – May 1992 – Signing of Memorandum of Understanding on Environmental Education Washington D.C. – September 1992 – Will Rogers Statue Capitol Building Washington D.C. – September 1992 – Senate Chamber Capitol Building Washington D.C. – September 1992 – Lincoln Monument Washington D.C. – September 1992 – CMEC Meeting Winnipeg Manitoba – September 1992 – Presentation of CMEC pin to Hon. Chris Decker – September 1992 – Presentation of CMEC pin to Hon. Guy LeBlanc – September 1992 – 1992 Adult Learner Awards – October 1992 – Sod Turning for the Joint Training Centre Keyano College and Syncrude Canada – November 1992 – Calgary Apprenticeship Awards – November 1992 – 142 Photos. 2016.1044.038: Reunion Club – July 2000 – 21 Photos. 2016.1044.039: Presentation of Lethbridge Soft Ball – West Winds – Paradise Canyon – United Way – Kick off – Larry Tamaki – Deb Wells – Alderman LeBaron – Joe Feller – Duane Spitzer – Doug Munton – Derek Rogusky – Pat Shimbashi – Dr. Kimnibugh – Roy Christensen – 19 Photos. 2016.1044.040: Olympic Torch – February 5, 1988 – 12 Photos – 26 Negatives. 2016.1044.041: Rotary Club – Unknown Dinner and Awards Ceremony – 69 Photos. 2016.1044.042: Official opening of campaign office – Election day and night – Campaign office – 1989 – 78 Photos. 2016.1044.043: Korea Veterans – Presentation of Medals – Legion – 165 Photos – Date Unknown. 2016.1044.044: 18 Years – Thank You/Farewell Dinner – El Rancho Motor Hotel – April 1992 – 1 Newspaper Clipping – 81 Photos. 2016.1044.045: Headshots – 59 Photos – Dates Unknown. 2016.1044.046: Large Pictures – Part 1/2 – Big Brothers and Big Sisters – Rotary BBQ tickets – Dennis Edvardson – Sandi Saillian – Brenda Perkins – John Haggins – Valerie Potuzak – Jim Salisbury – May 1983 – Opening of the Heritage Lodge – Larry Shaben (Minister of Housing) – September 1983 – Senator Buchanan School – Carrie Elliott – Geoff Bradshaw – Annual Leave – Lethbridge Army – John Wicky – Dennis Gobe – January 1990 – Drug Roundup – Pearl Boyce – Peter Kooy – March 1989 – Presentation of Fitness Equipment to the College – March 1986 – University of Lethbridge Dining Room – Brad Stanilton – Linda Wood – Jerry Roosebor – April 1986 – Presentation of $3000.00 by Alberta Sports Council to support clinic for swimmers – Sylvia Bernice – Art Batty – Wilma Winter – Opening of Campaign ’86 Office – April 1986 – Getty Rally – Don Getty – April 1986 – Motel Magic – Art Batty – April 1986 – Purple Cross Awareness Week – Keith Collins – Stanley Stook – Blaine Nye – May 1986 – Keep in Social Way Roundup – Henrietta Hatt – Royal Bank of Canada 100th Birthday – Dave Crawford – Alexander Welderuer Park – Norm Weess – Joyce Gaibairi – June 1986 – Mid-town Toyota Opening – Sito Sinclair – Dave Whetham – Danny LaLonde – John Boras – Sarg Souyer – Presentation of $2500.00 to the Lethbridge Minor Softball – Michael Johes – Doug Aspeslet – July 1986 – Cheque for the College Peak Performance Camp – July 1986 – Centre Site Announcement – City of Coaldale – August 1986 – AU West Charter Service –Shannon Greer – David Carpenter – Leroy Fjordfotten – Geoff Price – Rob Doncan – Gary Probe – September 1986 – Official Opening Crowsnest Corridor – Al Adair – Dick Johnston – October 1986 – Cheque presentation – Rocks for Jr. Curlers – Owen Crocker – October 1986 – Class of 75 – 15th Anniversary – Tom Donelly – Tom Lysons – Bob Bogle – Larry Shaben – Fred Bradley – John Walker – Dick Johnston – Teena Schmidt – Dallas Schmidt – Neil Webber – Myrna Derieu – Alan Hyland – Dianne Hyland – Jim Horsman – Joyce & John Gogo – Janice Johansen – 1 Photo – 1990 – 1 Newspaper Clipping – 44 Photos. 2016.1044.047: Large Pictures – Part 2/2 – BMX bike cheque presentation – Pat Kenneth – Trevor Olson – Michael Ollier – Tony Olson – Legislative Assembly – Local Enterprise Guest – Martin Connolly – Bill Cousins – Stan Sawicki – December 1986 – University of Lethbridge Theatre Sport – Dan Laplante – Don Achster – December 1986 – 67th ??? Parliament – David Harriott – December 1986 – Cheque Presentation Alberta Sports Council Badminton Program – Ron St. Jean – March 1988 – 10th Anniversary Hungarian Association – John Boras – Ron Forester – March 1987 – Sod Turning Centre Site – Lorne Kramble – David Carpenter – John Simpson – James Bullock – March 1987 – Cheque presentation Inuit Art – Howard Tennant – Jeffery Spalding – June 1987 – 13th Street North Off-Ramp Opening – Bill Cousins – Ed Parker – November 1987 – Official opening of Nicholas Sheran Ice Centre – Nic Smith – November 1987 – Presentation of cheque to University of Lethbridge – Endowment and Incentive Fund – Dennis O’Connell – May 1988 – Lethbridge West Breakfast – Blaine Thacker – Rick Orman – June 1988 – Cheque presentation to Health Unit – Don LeBaron – July 1988 – Popson Park Opening – Wendy Ellert – David Carpenter – August 1988 – Cheque Presentation to Harbour House from Wild Rose Foundation – Kathy Norton – Brenda Hill – August 1988 – Visiting Students from Japan – Naoko Mitsunaga – Akihiro Ishii – August 1988 – Opening Kiwanis Ridgewood Neighborhood Park – September 1987 – Official opening theatre unit – October 1987 – Bridge City Lawn Bowling Club – Cheque Presentation – Mary Gearesilk – Joan Hassin – Harry Hopkins – October 1988 – Boys and Girls Club – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation for floor hockey equipment – October 1988 – Citizens of the years honors from the Lethbridge Jaycees – Dave Berlando – Helen Morgan – February 1989 – Cheque presentation to University of Lethbridge – Howard Tennant – February 1989 – City of Lethbridge Awards – Gerald Ward – John Brewster – February 1989 – Official opening of campaign office – Reed Ellison – A. W. Shackelford – February 1989 – cheque presentation to the BMX Club (CFEP) – Lynn Demchuk – Megan Demchuk – Sod Turning Ceremony – University of Lethbridge Students’ Union – Rex Little – Ron Oxley – April 1989 – University Tour – April 1989 – Lethbridge Community College Convocation Ceremony – Charles S. Noble Award – Brent Nielson – Allan Hall – Jack Burger – April 1989 – Flag presentation of members of the Lethbridge 175 Chargers Soccer Team – June 1989 – Presentation of plaques to the curling club – Bob Houus – Jack Price – Presentation of cheque from Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation to University of Lethbridge Research Services – Ray McHugh – Howard Tennant – David Hughes – August 1989 – Pioneer Pemmican Club cheque presentation – Winnie Dixon – September 1989 – Education Week – Pancake Breakfast – Johnnie Hawden – Alan Watson – April 1990 – Education Week Nicholas Sheran – April 1990 – Official opening of Turcotte Hall – May 1990 – Lethbridge Symphony Association cheque presentation – Aaron Au – June 1990 – 3 magazine clippings – 49 Photos. 2016.1044.048: Miscellaneous Photos Part 1/6 – AADAC – 1981, 1983, 1985 – Interiors and exterior – Cielo Grande – Septic Overflow – 1992-1993, 1998, 2002 – 119 Photos. 2016.1044.049: Miscellaneous Photos Part 2/6 – John Gogo Presenting cheque to Company 18 Air Defence Levy – January 2011 – 39th Field Bty. R.C.A. reunion – September 2005 – Friday Night Social – Date Unknown – Receiving Alberta Medal from Lt. Gov. Normie Kwong with MLA Bridget Pastor – December 2005 – Remembrance Day ceremony – Date Unknown – The Korea Veterans National Wall of Remembrance – Date Unknown – West Wind Gymnastics – Date Unknown – 134 Photos. 2016.1044.050: Miscellaneous Photos Part 3/6 – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to First Baptist Church Noon Hour Program – August 1990 – Lethbridge & District Exhibition – Date Unknown – Vote Gogo Johnston Bilboard – Date Unknown – Farewell Dinner El Rancho Motor Hotel – April 1992 – University of Lethbridge Honorary Degree Conferral – 2007 – Korea War Veterans – Date Unknown – Nancy Betkowski – Date Unknown – St. Michael’s Health Centre Sod Turning – Date Unknown – Korean War Monument Montana – April 2000 – 167 Photos. 2016.1044.051: Miscellaneous Photos Part 4/6 – Vacation photos – Dates Unknown – P.C. meeting/Happy Birthday John Gogo – Date Unknown – Opening of Campaign Office – Date Unknown – Jeux Canada Games – Date Unknown – Old Library – January 1975 – Park Place Mall – Date Unknown – Education Business – Date Unknown – Heritage Day Lethbridge Sportsplex – Date Unknown – Korea War Veterans Association 37th Anniversary – June 1987 – Legion Terrace Official Opening – June 1990 – Korea Veterans Association Cactus Unit #64 – Date Unknown – Remembrance Day – Date Unknown – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to St. Francis Archery Club – December 1991 – Merry Christmas Mister Gogo From University of Lethbridge Students – Date Unknown – Alberta Sports Council cheque presentation to Denice Pauga – May 1990 – Lethbridge West MLA 1992 cake gathering – Date Unknown – 2005 Alberta Centennial Medal – December 2005 – 100 Years of Democracy Legislative Assembly of Alberta – Dates Unknown – 4 negatives – 141 Photos. 2016.1044.052: Miscellaneous Photos Part 5 – Miner Library Opening – Date Unknown – University of Lethbridge Unknown Sod Turning – Date Unknown – Quebec City Chateau Frontinac – August 1974 – Olds College – October 1990 – Sri Lanka – June 1981 – Election Night – March 1989 – Get Around – Date Unknown – Opening of Cheedreu(?) – 1988 – Day to relax after election – November 1982 – Art Gallery – May 1983 – Downtown Christmas Parade – November 1988 – Olympic Torch – February 1988 – Prince Rupert/looking at grain – October 1988 – Mrs. Ohshead’s 100th Birthday – July 1977 – U.N. cemetery and other sites in Korea – November 1985 – 1 negative – 202 Photos.
Accession No.
20161044000
Collection
Archive
Less detail

Muse News - Monthly Newsletter of the Sir Alexander Galt Museum

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions79924
Date Range
1988-1997
Accession No.
20121032
Physical Description
textual records
Scope and Content
Chinook - May '89; About the Festival of Christmas - Dec '89; Christmas Concert - Dec '92; History of Christmas Cards - Dec '91; City Police - Sept '91; Coffee Shops and Restaurants within 5 min of Museum - Sept '92; Canadian Coulee. Poem by Linda Pearce - June '93; What is a Coulee? Poem by Emma J…
Date Range
1988-1997
Creator
Galt Museum & Archives
Physical Description
textual records
History / Biographical
Muse News is a monthly newsletter published by the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The newsletter consisted of the following sections: address from the Museum Co-ordinator/Curator, anouncement of events, description of current exhibits, and articles on local history.
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Chinook - May '89; About the Festival of Christmas - Dec '89; Christmas Concert - Dec '92; History of Christmas Cards - Dec '91; City Police - Sept '91; Coffee Shops and Restaurants within 5 min of Museum - Sept '92; Canadian Coulee. Poem by Linda Pearce - June '93; What is a Coulee? Poem by Emma Johnson - April '93; Coulee - July '92; Coulees, How They Came to Be. Poem by Florence Butler - March '93; Coulees. Poem by Jane Dalziel - Feb '93; Counters - Nov '89; Curling Stones - Jan '91; Dinosaur at Daybreak. Poem by Leona Flim - May '93; Dolls - Apr '91; Samuel S. Dunham - Jun '89; Easter Bonnets - Mar '91; Easter: History and Symbols - Mar '89; Easter Gift Giving - Mar '91; Edmonton Commercial Cards - Jan '92; Henrietta Louise Edwards (Muir) - Sep '89; Evolution of Canada's Electoral System - Apr '92; Family Album - Feb '92; Family Day - Nov '91; The Origins of Father's Day - Jun '91; New Fire Hall - Sep '91; Fire Hall #1 - Sep '91; Choosing a National Flag - Jul '90; The Origin of Our Flag - Jul '91; Fort Whoop-Up - Apr '89; Fortune Eggs - Mar '91; Galt Hospital - July '89; Alexander and Elliot Galt - Jul '90; Galt Company Hospital - Feb '89; Sir Alexander Galt - Jul '89; Lethbridge Galt Hospital - Architect - Sep '89; Galt Rehabilitation Centre - Jul '89; Germal POWs in Canada - Mar'94; Ghost Stories at the Galt - Oct '92; Ghosts at the Galt - May '93; Christian Gibson - May '91; Glass Diary Bottles - Apr '91; Greed Wooded Cell Door - Sep '91; Groundhog Day or Candlemas (February 2) - Feb '92; Gurney Museum - Mar '92; Ione Harris - Feb '92; Harvest Home - Oct '91; Heritage and the Horses - Jul '91; Highlanders (113th Oversees Battallion) - Nov '91; Albert Hing - Oct '93; Historical Society Spring Tour - May '91; Hodson's Locomotive's Bud - Dec '91; Hoofprints & Hitchingposts - Jul '91;Hospitals - M.N. July'89; Huges, Katerine - March '90; Humpty Dumpty Circus - Dec. '90; Hunting in southern Alberta - Oct.'91; January - The Name - Jan. '93; Japanaese Paper cutting Kiri E. - April '89; Alex Johnston - April '90; Dr. Alex Johnston - April '90; Kainia Chieftainship- Feb. 90; Kemppainen, Henry - June '91; Kessler, A Tribute to Reg - May'94; Kissess, why do x's stand for kissess-Feb '92; Kymograph Machine - Sept. '93; Lacrosse in early Lethbridge - August '92; Latter Day Saint Art - June '90; Lethbridge how the city developed - Aug.'89; Liberals - April '89; Lieutenant Govenor Laird - Aug '90; Link Trainer - Nov. '90; Livingstone, Robert - May '94;Mary Gregory Decoration Feb. '94; Matrioska Dolls - Feb. 94; Mayor's Council Chair - March '91; McClung Nellie Letitia (Mooney) Sept. '89; McCready Tom (Camera Collection) - Sept '89;McKinney Lousie (Crumpy) Sept. '89; Medalta Pottery - May '84; Michaels, William & Martha - Aug. '91; Militia Lethbridge and the - May'93; Miners, Alberta: A Tribute - June '93; Model Railway Toys - Dec '93; Mother's Day - May '93; Mounted Police History of - Oct '90; Museum Week - May '90; Museum Day - May 92; Museum Day International - May'93; Music in the Military - Nov. '91; N.W.M.P. - July '89; Names Index - Sept '90; New Year's Eve Ball, Lethbridge's first - Jan.'93; New Year history of the celebration - Jan. '90; Newprint Facts - April '91; Nicholas Sheran - April '89; Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden - May '92; Nortgh Western Coal & Navigation Company Limited - July '89; Nuts for Nutcrackers - Nov. '93; O Canada, our national anthem - July '91; Office Management - Oct. '90; One-Room School House - Sept'92; Ornaments, Old-time - Dec '93; Page, Percy - Jan '92; Paintings of historical Lethbridge - Aug. '89; Palekh Art - Jan'94;Parlby, Irene (Maryat) - Sept'89; Percussive pick machine on wheels - Jan.'89; Percy Plain Woman - Two Gun - Sept '90; Persons Case - March ;92; Phonographic Disc - May '90; Pinic, the origin of the word - July '91; Pioneer Policing in southern Alberta - Mach '94; Pioneer Christmas Tree - Dec'90; Player Piano - Dec '91; Prairie medicine wheels - Nov '92; Pairie coulee - Sept '90; Print a salute to a - Nov. '93; Pysanky, the Art of - March '94; Quill to Fax - Oct. '99; Quilt Search - March '93; Quilts, a history of Alberta - Oct. '89; Quilts - Oct '92; Radio - March '89; Rivers Old Man and the Belly - March'89; Roundup - The Last Great - March '90; Saddle - March ;92; Saint Valentinews' Day - Feb. '91; Saint Peter - April '94; Scottish Tartans, History of - Jan '92; Seal of the Corporation -April '1992; Senators - April '89; Short, William H.O. - Sept. '91; Side-saddle, the Lady and her - May '92; Snare Drum - Nov '91; Snowmaiden, Legend of the - Feb. '92; Spectacles - June '90; Stafford Family, William - Feb.'92; Stafford, William - July '89;Stained Glass 11 - July '93; Stained Glass, history of - May '91; Stewart, John Stewart - Oct. ;93; Sweat Lodge Ceremony - Aug '93; The Famous Five - Sept. '89; Theatre Lethbridge - March '94; Tom Three Persons - April' 93; Tourist Guide to Lethbridge, The Galt Museum - Sept '92; Toy TraIn, Evolution of the - Dec '91; Treaty Number 7 - Aug. '90; Tysmbaly - July '93; Ukrainian Immigrants to Canada - Nov '91; Umbrella - June'92; Ursenbach, Mrs Jessie R. - Sept.'93; Valentines Day Card - Feb. '89; Velocipede Car - Jan. '89; Volunteer Profile - Aug'89; Volunteers (Call for) - Aug. '89; Voting, Changes in the process - April '92; War - 20th AntiTank Battery - Aug. '89; Watch repair shop - Sept'91; Westbrook, James & Harold - Oct. '89; Westbrook Barbershop Pole - March '93; Whiffletree Harmness - April '94; Winchester Rifles - Oct. '91; Women in the military - Nov. '89; Wood. Legacy in - April' 94;
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Lethbridge Historical Society Fonds

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Date Range
1966-2004
Material Type
Manuscript
Accession No.
20111093
Physical Description
0.96 m of textual records; 21 photographs; 6 maps
Scope and Content
2011.1093/001 Membership lists, correspondence, financials 1979 2011.1093/002 Financials, membership lists 1981-1982 2011.1093/003 Minutes, Friends of Alex Johnston Lecture Series 1989-1990 2011.1093/004 Membership, financials, correspondence 1980-1981 2011.1093/005 Financials, correspondence 1965-…
Material Type
Manuscript
Date Range
1966-2004
Physical Description
0.96 m of textual records; 21 photographs; 6 maps
Physical Condition
Excellent
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge Historical Society originated in 1888 as a scientific and historical society - the organizers included Alexander Moffat, John D. Higginbotham, Charles Magrath and other well known pioneers. There was some talk of preserving records but the main emphasis was on biweekly meetings at which papers were presented. The first historical society seemed to fold up in the 1890's. There was an economic depression, growth in Lethbridge was stagnant and no one was interested in history. The historical society was resurrected in 1923 - the purpose as that time was to use it as a vehicle to commemorate our coal mining pioneers, specifically Nicholas Sheran. Those responsible for the reorganization inclued C. J. Broderick, Judge J. A. Jackson and A. B. Hogg. After considerable work, the National Sites and Monuments Board of Canada was persuaded to recognize Sheran's contribution with a marker and plaque in Galt Gardens. After this success, the local Historcial Society seemed to become inactive, although some meetintgs were held and papers presented from 1923 to 1928. In 1935, it was brought back to life once again - the prime movers were George Watson, J.S. Kirkham and A.B. Hogg. This time the purpose was to use the Historical Society as an organization to handle the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Lethbridge, and again, after a successful celebration on July 23-26, 1935, the society again vanished from sight. It was resurrrected a fourth time in 1958, at the instigation of Lethbridge City Council, who wanted to establish a museum in the city. Alderman Cliff Black tried, but was not able to reactivate a Pemmican Club committee that had been trying to get funds to build a replica of Fort Whoop-Up. He called on John Dutton and Muriel Gentleman to set up a historical society.The Civic Museum was opened in three rooms of the former Bowman School in 1964, with the historical society operating the facility. The museum moved in 1966 to the former Galt Hospital, and in 1967 re-opened as the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. The Historical Society ran the facility until 1971, when on their recommendation it was taken over by the City of Lethbridge. In 1966 two publications of the Lethbridge Historical Society, booklets written by Alex Johnston on the Indian Battle of 1870 and On The Riverboat Era, launched an important part of the society's work - the publishing of historical material. Since then over 50 publications have been produced by the society as well as a bimonthly newsletter in circulation continously since 1967. It was the need for funds to support its publishing program that led the Lethbridge Historical Society to incorporate under the Provincial Societies Act on 19 March, 1987. The society required the legal status incorporation provided in order to secure grants and manage its own financial affairs. Since 1987, the Lethbridge Historical Society has continued to meet and publish information relevant to the study of the history of Lethbridge and southern Alberta. The society also organizes annual banquets, field trips to historic sites in southern Alberta, and the ALex Johnston Memorial Lecture Series. The society has also placed several markers at locations throughout the city documenting various apects of local history.
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2011.1093/001 Membership lists, correspondence, financials 1979 2011.1093/002 Financials, membership lists 1981-1982 2011.1093/003 Minutes, Friends of Alex Johnston Lecture Series 1989-1990 2011.1093/004 Membership, financials, correspondence 1980-1981 2011.1093/005 Financials, correspondence 1965-1976 2011.1093/006 Pamphlet on Sixth Avenue Bridge 1975 2011.1093/007 Membership lists, correspondence, publications list 1974-1975 2011.1093/008 Correspondence, disbursements, membership lists 1974 2011.1093/009 NWMP Conference 1974 2011.1093/010 Correspondence, financials, membership lists 1973-1974 2011.1093/011 Correspondence, membership lists 1972 2011.1093/012 Correspondence, membership lists 1971 2011.1093/013 Correspondence 2001-2002 2011.1093/014 Annual report of the Historical Society of Alberta 1997-1998 2011.1093/015 Financials 1989-1990 2011.1093/016 Membership lists, correspondence 1984-1985 2011.1093/017 Membership lists 1983-1984 2011.1093/018 Membership lists 1985-1986 2011.1093/019 Centennial book project 1985 2011.1093/020 Correspondence, financials 1988 2011.1093/021 Financials, books inventory 1979-1984 2011.1093/022 Blood Indian Reserve resource material 2011.1093/023 Lethbridge Place Names list 2011.1093/024 Fort Whoop-Up Strategic plan 1988 2011.1093/025 RCMP Centennial Calendar 1973 2011.1093/026 Unemployment insurance contribution book for Ernest Kovas 1969 2011.1093/027 Galt Museum handbook 1986 2011.1093/028 Membership list 1998 2011.1093/029 Financial report, book inventory, executive meeting minutes, correspondence 1997 2011.1093/030 Financials, notices, executive meeting minutes 2000-2001 2011.1093/031 Minutes, correspondence, clippings, membership list 1959-1965 2011.1093/032 Membership lists, minutes, correspondence, clippings 1966 2011.1093/033 Correspondence, book orders 1966-1967 2011.1093/034 Membership lists, correspondence 1968 2011.1093/035 Correspondence, membership lists 1969 2011.1093/036 Membership lists, correspondence, Fort Whoop-Up opening 1970 2011.1093/037 Correspondence 1999-2001 2011.1093/038 President’s papers 1988-1990 2011.1093/039 NWMP committee correspondence 1973-1974 2011.1093/040 Information leaflets for society use 1966-1967; 1969 2011.1093/041 Publications 1976 2011.1093/042 Correspondence, report on cooperating societies 1977-1978 2011.1093/043 Correspondence 1979 2011.1093/044 Membership lists, Historical Society of Alberta minutes, bylaws 2011.1093/045 Membership lists, financials, Historical Society of Alberta 1979 2011.1093/046 Lethbridge Centennial Time Capsule 1985 2011.1093/047 Chapter incorporation 1985-1986 2011.1093/048 Photographs, correspondence, minutes, financials, 17 photographs, 1992-1993 2011.1093/049 Correspondence 1990-1991 2011.1093/050 Membership lists, correspondence, financials, publications of others, 1999-2000 2011.1093/051 Membership lists, correspondence 1993-1994 2011.1093/052 Membership lists, financials, minutes, publication guidelines, agendas, The Cornerstone, 1993-1995 2011.1093/053 Financials, membership lists 1998-1999 2011.1093/054 Financials, membership lists 1991-1992 2011.1093/055 Financials, correspondence 1996-1997 2011.1093/056 Financials, membership lists 1995-1996 2011.1093/057 Membership lists, minutes, agendas 2002-2003 2011.1093/058 Financials, Historical Society of Alberta annual report 2003-2004 2011.1093/059 Photographs, copies of maps four photographs no date 2011.1093/060 Maps no date
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