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Glass Plate Slides

The glass plate slides, also known as lantern slides, were used by the Faculty of Extension, the Department of Entomology, and E.H Strickland for lecture purposes. The 121 slides feature photographs and illustrations of beetles, ants, flies, and many other insect specimens, as well as charts, graphs, and material from textbooks, research, and field work.

Department of Entomology

Salon d'Histoire de la Francophonie Albertaine fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1870 [photocopied 198-?] - 1986

Le fonds Salon contient divers documents relié aux origines et la création du Salon d’histoire de la francophonie albertaine, incluant informations d’employés, bulletins d’information, et autres. Le fonds contient des documents photocopiés et transcrits relié à l’histoire ancienne des francophones dans l’Ouest Canadien, tel que les journaux personnels de missionnaires. Le fonds contient aussi des brouillons de plusieurs textes publiés par le Salon, des procès-verbaux de réunions, des rapports, des reçus, des correspondances, des fiches d’abonnements, et informations sur les dépenses et planifications de divers activités et événements organisés par le Salon.

The Salon fonds contains various documents pertaining to the origins and creation of the Salon d’histoire de la francophonie albertaine, including employee information documents, information bulletins, and more. It contains some photocopied and transcribed documents related to the early history of Francophones in Western Canada, such as diaries of missionaries and newspaper excerpts. It also contains drafts of many texts published by the organization, meeting minutes, reports, receipts, correspondences, subscription slips, and the expenses and planning information for the various activities and events held by the organization.

Salon d'Histoire de la Francophonie Albertaine

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The textual material consists primarily of draft copies and sources for the English translation "Le Canada et les Suisse" titled "The Swiss in Canada (since 1604)" an an assortment of material related to professional activities at the University of Alberta and internationally.

Photographic material are primarily personal photos for vacations and Icograda conference trips Jungkind took of the design and architecture of buildings, signs, cityscapes, and landscapes of his destination.

Oversize material contains an assortment of posters from other sources and includes posters for the 1978 Commonwealth Games held in Edmonton.

Jungkind, Walter

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on judicial legislation and juries. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on aboriginal rights and the Divorce Act. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce and constitutional law. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on justice, marriage, and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on widow's rights and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on women's roles, discrimination of women, human rights, and women's history. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and journal articles. Specifically research on women's rights and equal pay. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on constitutional law, aboriginal rights, and the Indian Act. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, anti-discrimination law, and women's place in society. Copies of historical legislation only.

Nettilling Lake and Takuirbing River Landscape

Photograph depicts a small waterfall (Ekaluk Cascade) on the Takuirbing River just before the stream enters the eastern end of Nettilling Lake. Soper spent five months in the Nettilling Lake area, surveying its topography, mapping the lake and surrounding terrain, and collecting animal and plant specimens for the Victoria Memorial (later National) Museum of Ottawa.

Nettilling Lake and Takuirbing River Landscape

Photograph depicts a small waterfall (Ekaluk Cascade) on the Takuirbing River just before the stream enters the eastern end of Nettilling Lake. Soper spent five months in the Nettilling Lake area, surveying its topography, mapping the lake and surrounding terrain, and collecting animal and plant specimens for the Victoria Memorial (later National) Museum of Ottawa.

Nettilling Lake and Takuirbing River Landscape

Photograph depicts a small waterfall (Ekaluk Cascade) on the Takuirbing River just before the stream enters the eastern end of Nettilling Lake. Soper spent five months in the Nettilling Lake area, surveying its topography, mapping the lake and surrounding terrain, and collecting animal and plant specimens for the Victoria Memorial (later National) Museum of Ottawa.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons bills, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce and equal rights for men and women. Includes legislation from Lower Canada (Quebec) and the United Kingdom. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on women's legal rights and responsibilities. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on civil servants, pensions, wills, suffrage, and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on laws pertaining to lawyers, divorce, desertion, maintenance, seduction and child sexual abuse, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, United Nations reports, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on criminal law, aboriginal rights and the Indian Act, women's rights, and genocide in international law. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, anti-discrimination law, and women's place in society. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on constitutions, Parliamentary Government, and rights of married women. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on married women's legal rights and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on maintenance after divorce and aboriginal rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, the representation of women, and women's rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage, the legal rights of married women, and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on appointment of judges, women's employment, and divorce. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, child abuse, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

William Pearce Fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1858 - 1930

The William Pearce Fonds consists of records documenting the three phases of his professional life: federal surveyor and administrator (1874-1884); federal advisor for western development policy (1884-1904); and western consultant for the Canadian Pacific Railway (post-1904). Most of the records in the Pearce fonds were created in the region that was the focus of his career: the territory fomerly known as Rupert's Land and the North-West Territory, later to become the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. A small portion of the records document Pearce's activites during his retirment

Pearce, William

Fort Garry 1858

Photograph depicts Fort Garry. In the foreground is the bank of the Assiniboine River with York boats pulled up from the river. Taken during S.J. Dawson and H. Hind's 1858 expedition to the North West Territories to study the West's resource potential for United Canada's annexation. The expedition was sponsored jointly by the British Colonial Office and the legislature of United Canada.

St. John's Church, Red River

Photograph depicts St. John's Church, Red River. Wooden buttresses on the side indicate structural problems that caused the church to be rebuilt shortly after photograph was taken. Taken during S.J. Dawson and H. Y. Hind's 1858 expedition to the Northwest Territories to study the West's resource potential for United Canada's annexation. The expedition was sponsored jointly by the British Colonial Office and the legislature of United Canada.

Hind, H. Y.

McDermot's store, Red River

Photograph depicts McDermot's Store near the Red River, Winnipeg. McDermid was described as the first free trader in Winnipeg.Taken during S.J. Dawson and H. Hind's 1858 expedition to the Northwest Territories to study the West's resource potential for United Canada's annexation. The expedition was sponsored jointly by the British Colonial Office and the legislature of United Canada.

Hind, H. Y.

St. Boniface Cathedral 1858

Photograph depicts a view of St. Boniface Cathedral. Taken during S.J. Dawson and H. Hind's 1858 expedition to the North West Territories to study the West's resource potential for United Canada's annexation. The expedition was sponsored jointly by the British Colonial Office and the legislature of United Canada.

Heber C. Jamieson fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1861 - 1961

The textual and photographic records in the Heber C. Jamieson fonds represent the research material gathered by Dr. Jamieson for use in speeches, teaching, or in his published works on the history of medicine in Alberta. They consist of correspondence, articles in typed or published form, bound volumes of the history and minutes of University medical clubs, news clippings, publications and photographs, which cover the period 1861 to 1961. Except for nine alphabetically arranged files of biographical information on pioneer doctors and nurses, the greater part of the collection, although in labelled folders, was in no apparent order. In many cases the relationship between doctor or nurse and hospital, or doctor or nurse and association or organization was so closely intermingled that separation into distinct groups would be impossible. To accomodate this situation, the records are divided into textual records and photographic records. Where possible similar subjects were consolidated and an index was created for information on people, institutions, and organizations.

Jamieson, Heber C.

Heber C. Jamieson Textual Records.

The Heber Jamieson textual records consist of correspondence, articles in typed or published form, bound volumes of the history and minutes of University medical clubs, news clippings, and publications. The records pertain chiefly to pioneers in the medical field who spent at least part of their lives in Alberta, and to the places and institutions with which they were associated. There are also some typed and printed records outlining the careers of medical practitioners in wetern and northern Canada during the 19th century, as well as histories of medical schools or associations in British Columbia, Manitoba, and Quebec. The records were created predomintly between 1900 and 1947.

The series title is based on the contents of records.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, memorandum, provincial and federal legislation, United Nations reports, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on women's rights, women's employment, gender stereotypes, criminal law, and the rights of illegitimate children. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on gender inequality, women's legal rights, and women's place in society. Copies of historical legislation only.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

Extracts from "The College, The Market and The Court" by Caroline Dall; Bill 86: A Bill to Establish the Women's Cultural and Information Bureau (3rd session, 15th Legislature, Alberta); extract from Publication of the Society for the Protection of Women and Children (Montreal); extracts from "On Liberty - The Subjection of Women" by John Stuart Mill.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Legislation, copies of newspaper clippings, correspondence, organizational charts, brochures, biographies, information booklets, and lists of ministers regarding the organization, function, governing legislation, and history of the Department of Justice, as well as reports to Parliament on recommendations for the Department of Justice.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on divorce, alimony, and child custody. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on aboriginal rights and the Indian Act. Copies of historical legislation only.

Old Fort Whoop-up

Photograph depicts "Old Fort Whoop-Up," officially known as Fort Hamilton lying between the junciton of the St. Mary's and the then Belly River, now the Old Man. Headquarters of the free whisky traders erected in 1868. Practically an outpost of the I. G. Baker Co. since this firm furnished supplies from Fort Benton to establish post along the Old Forts Trail; later occupied by the Royal Northwest Mounted Police.

Dawson, Dr. G. M.

In the City of Winnipeg

Photograph depicts Winnipeg street scene. View is the west side of Main Street from the south side of First Street south of Portage Avenue. Office for Duffin and Company, Photographers in the foreground.

Duffin, S.

Fort Carlton

Photograph depicts a sketch of Fort Carlton. It was established in 1810 as a Hudson's Bay Company fur trade and provision post. Eleven years after the 1874 Mounties arrived it was burned during the North-West Rebellion.

Duffin, S.

Little's House

Photograph depicts unidentified prairie settlers sitting in front of log house.

Duffin, S.

Fort Benton

Photograph depicts bull train getting ready to transport supplies from Fort Benton; the Missouri River is in the background. Ox teams' destination likely Fort Walsh or Fort Mcleod in the North West Territories.

Anderton, T. George N.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on property rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on marriage dowries and property rights. Copies of historical legislation only.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on family law and immigration. Copies of historical legislation only, including Canadian Status from before the establishment of Parliament.

First Land Office in Winnipeg

Photograph depicts the first land office in Winnipeg. Opened in 1873 it was known as the "best house" in Winnipeg. Constructed of squared logs with clap board covering. The men in the photo were Land Department employees. The Land Department was located on the first story and the surveyor's offices were on the second story. The stack of bricks in the foreground served as a vault.

Duffin, S.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on constitutions, Parliamentary Government, and gendered language in law. Copies of historical legislation only.

Portrait of Louis Riel

Photogarph depicts a portrait of Louis Riel. This portrait was made in a studio in Ottawa after Riel's election as Member of Parliament for the riding of Provencher, Manitoba, 1873.

Topley, W. J.

Garry Street, May 1873, after rain storm, Winnipeg

Photograph depicts a portion of Main Street, Winnipgeg. H.D. Lumsden commented on photo as follows: "The label on the photograph is Gary Street, May 1873, but it is not Garry Street, it is a portion of what is now Main Street, Winnipeg at that date."

Duffin, S.

PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs [7] and a lithograph [1]; includes a portrait of Georg Kaiser and stills from "Gas," "Nebeneinander" and "Zwei Krawatten"; the file includes 3 photographs thematically not related to the collection. 

Ox-cart, Winnipeg

Photograph depicts an ox-cart in Winnipeg. Pearce described the photograph as "a fair representation of a oxen and cart in the early seventies."

Duffin, S.

Red River House

Photograph depicts settler's house opposite the head of St. Andrew's Rapids.

Duffin, S.

Fort Walsh

Photograph depicts Fort Walsh. Built by the North West Mounted Police in 1875 as part of the Dominion of Canada's program to establish sovereignty in the North West Territories. With the coming of the railway, the signing of treaties and the return of the Lakota to the United States, Fort Walsh was dismantled in 1883.

Anderton, T. George N.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Notes, correspondence, magazine articles, provincial and federal legislation, House of Commons and Senate debates, and legal articles regarding research on women in government, women in law, women's education, women's representation, and gendered language. Copies of historical legislation only.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

"Women: A Bibliography" by Lucinda Cisler; "Miss Christabel Pankhurst: The Militant Suffragette," a speech delivered by Pankhurst; "The Social Background of the Reformation" by Preserved Smith; a copy of the Introduction of Petticoats and Prejudice: Women and Law in Nineteenth-Century Canada by Constance Backhouse; a copy of the article "Pornography -- not sex but the obscene use of power" by Helen Dudar from Ms. magazine; "Single Women in the Public Service in Centre Town Ottawa: A Survey of Resources" published by the Canadian Research Centre for Anthropology; articles from The National Legal News Magazine November/December 1973; "Should American Colleges be open to Women as well as to Men?: A paper presented to the Twentieth Annual Convocation of the Univsersity of the State of New York" by Frederick Barnard; "The Reformation of the Family: A discourse" by Pere Hyacinthe; The Assaulted Wife: "Catch 22" Revisited (A Preliminary Overview of Wife-Beating in Michigan) by Sue Eisenberg and Patricia Micklow.

Surveys.

William Pearce began his education in engineering in 1869 at the University of Toronto. After one semester he abandoned his studies at the University of Toronto to take a three-year surveying apprenticeship with Wadsworth and Unwing, a Toronto land surveying firm. During his apprenticeship Pearce worked on surveying assignments in the woods of northern Ontario. His apprenticeship inspired his life-long interest in natural resource and wilderness development, confirmed his professional surveyor's career, and brought him to Western Canada.

In 1873 Colonel J.S. Denis, Canada's Surveyor General, approached Pearce with an offer to join his staff in the newly-created Dominion Department of the Interior as it began to absorb the vast North American regions of Rupert's Land and the North-West Territories. Pearce began his surveying position in the Department of the Interior in Winnipeg, in May 1874. He was responsible to progress with surveys addressing what commonly known as the Outer Two-Mile claims. Under the Manitoba Act (33 Victoria, c.3, Canada, 1870) Metis land grants along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers included undetermined and pre-survey settlement claims. The Manitoba Act gave Metis settlers access to hay two miles beyond their defined holdings to feed their livestock. In the shifting settlements, squatting, and rampant land speculation, Pearce attempted to stake out these claims. The outer two miles question was not settled until 1877, and claims were not staked until 1881 (Dept. of the Interior Annual Report, Canada Sessional Papers, 1882). Following the outer two miles assignment, in 1878 Pearce moved on to locating township grids, surveying meridians in Manitoba, and determining the International Boundary in the Turtle Mountain area. In October 1881, Pearce accepted his recommendation as Inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies in the Dominion Lands Board. He moved into the position of Superintendent of Mines in 1884. He returned to a full-time surveying position when Clifford Sifton appointed him Chief Inspector of Surveys in 1901.

In 1904 Pearce left government service to join the Natural Resources Department of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The series therefore includes his reports on the placement of railway branch lines and his study of the possibilities for settlement of the Peace river and Athabasca River districts. His recommendations on both matters were based on the trained surveyor's detailed observations of the topography and prospective resources of the areas in question. He assisted in the establishment of professional standards for surveyors and served on the Examining Board for the Province.

The series includes 91 maps, most Mr. Pearce collected as working documents, with notes and observations. They include a track survey, drawn in the winter of 1878 using an upturned toboggan as a table; a sketch map of the Peace River district drawn for Mr. Pearce on two sheets of Hudson's Bay Company stationery; and the 3-mile and 6-mile sectional maps of the Department of the Interior. Two sheets of G.M. Dawson's maps are also in the diaries for 1915. These maps cover an inspection of Canadian Pacific Railway land grants.

The series title is based on the contents of records.

Main Street Winnipeg

Photograph depicts a street scene in Winnipeg. The building in the right foreground, "Archibald Wright," is now the Union Bank. The view is looking south with the bend in the distance indicating Portage Avenue.

Bell, Robert

View in City of Winnipeg

Photograph depicts a Winnipeg street scene. On the left is James H. Ashdown's store and wholesale hardware warehouse built between 1878-1879. .

Duffin, S.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-IMPORTANT BOOKS

The History of the Law of England as to the Effects of Marriage on Property and on the Wife's Legal Capacity by Courtney Stanhope Kenny, Fellow and Law lecturer of Downing College, Cambridge; chapters "Sterilization" and "Artificial Insemination" from The Sanctity of Life and the Criminal Law by Glanville Williams; The High-Caste Hindu Woman by Pundita Ramabai Sarasvati.

Lower Fort Garry

Photograph depicts lower Fort Garry, popluarly known as "The Stone Fort," built in 1831 by the Hudson's Bay Company.

Duffin, S.

Settlement.

Between 1882 and 1884, Pearce's duties as the Inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies made him the field agent for the Dominion Lands Board, based in Winnipeg. The Board's most important function was to rule on uncertain claims and on schemes not covered by normal routine. William Pearce's involvement began with the land claims of the Metis and white settlers who had settled along the North Saskatchewan River prior to the Institution of surveys. Pearce was subsequently called on to deal with similar problems at such diverse localities as Morley, Pincher Creek, Lee's Creek (Cardston), Lac la Biche, and Lac Ste. Anne.

Pearce's interest in settlement extended beyond his land claims work. As statistician for the Canadian Pacific Railway, he served as an advisor to the Natural Resources Department of the company. In fulfilling that role, Pearce collected extensive material on the twin questions of settlement and immigration, particularly after his work with the Economic and Development Commission in 1916.

The series title is based on the contents of records.

J.S. Denis to William Pearce

Denis assures Pearce that the Board of Examiners of Surveyors will meet with quorum in Winnipeg to approve his bona fide surveyor's certification.

Dennis, J. S.

Red River of the North

Photograph depicts freighter originally known as the "Chief Commissioner" on the banks of the Red River seven miles below Ft. Garry. The first steamboat built to navigate the Lower Red River and a portion of Lake Winnipeg.

Duffin, S.

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL

Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. Specifically research on women in government and immigration. Copies of historical legislation only.

Photographs.

Series includes black and white prints, glass plate negatives, black and white negatives and 35mm colour negatives. The graphic images document L.A. Romanet's private and professional life in Canada from his early twentieth century service with Revillon Freres to personal photographs of his retirement in Edmonton.

The series title is based on the contents of records.

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