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UAA-1986-059

Original paintings, drawings and graphs commissioned for use in the New Canadian Encyclopedia

Canadian Encyclopedia

Ernest C. Manning fonds

  • 1981-32
  • Fonds
  • 1978 - 1982

Series illustrates the likeness of Ernest C. Manning from various sources, including newspaper articles, a cover of a biographical sketch by John Cashman, and a negative from the UAA. Series consists of 5 graphic materials that have been scanned and Photoshopped.

Manning, Ernest C.

UAA-1975-116

Photographs of waterways and oilsands of Alberta. Materials collected for J.M. Parker lecture on the oilsands from various sources.

UAA-1982-046

Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Project Research: papers and audio tapes

Parker, James McPherson

UAA-1995-200

Personal papers, including materials from the National Party of Canada and the Junior Encyclopedia of Canada

Hurtig, Mel

UAA-1978-108

Manuscripts and field diaries in binders, published reports from Soper's library, processed reports and photocopies presented to Soper.

Soper, J. Dewey

Art gallery ephemera collection

  • Collection
  • 1930-

This collection contains various publications issued by art galleries, auction houses, and other institutions that exhibit and sell works of art. These materials have been divided into three categories: Annual reports and gallery journals, Advertising and promotional material, and Exhibition catalogues and guides. Also included here are materials related to exhibitions and other art-related matters issued by individual artists and institutions that are not generally involved in the display and sale of art. Such items are described in a fourth category, Unaffiliated artists and organisations.

Canadian Women's Theatre Guild fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1952-1967

Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Canadian Women's Theatre Guild.

Canadian Women's Theatre Guild. Edmonton Branch

Peter Lougheed fonds

  • Fonds
  • Predominantly 1965-2004

Peter Lougheed is a former premier of Alberta (1971-1985) who was in charge of the Progressive Conservative government in the province during an era of significant development for Alberta in relation to the energy sectors and provincial contribution to the national scene. Peter Lougheed was born in Calgary on July 26, 1928, son of Edgar and Edna Lougheed and grandson of Sir James Alexander Lougheed. He was educated in Calgary public schools, was awarded a BA. and LLB. from the University of Alberta in 1951 and 1952 respectively, and an M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1954, Lougheed was elected leader of a moribund Progressive Conservative party in Alberta in 1965, and went on to win a seat in the legislature in 1967, and to become premier at the head of a new Progressive Conservative government in 1971 He was premier of the province through tumultuous years of boom and bust, the development of the energy industry, and federal-provincial conflicts. Lougheed retired from politics in 1985 after winning four successive election victories. Since leaving politics, Lougheed has been partner and counsel with Bennett Jones law firm in Calgary, active in international business pursuits, and much involved in national issues of trade and constitutional reform. Today Lougheed makes his home in Calgary. He continues to be involved in business pursuits, actively supports various organizations, and speaks out on matters of public concern. For a more complete biography see archivist’s file.
These records were in Lougheed’s custody in various locations over the years. Some of the early scrapbooks and other material in the fonds was originally assembled outside Lougheed’s office and without his direction by other interested parties and given to Lougheed as part of his memorabilia collection. Originally, prior to 1971, items collected seem to have been kept in P. C. party or Official Opposition offices, but during Lougheed’s long term as premier, they were kept in his Calgary premier’s office, and after he left public office, in his law office at Bennett Jones. They were later stored at the Ranchmen’s Club and were transferred to the Lougheed House archives in 2004.
The fonds consists of quasi-personal material collected by Lougheed during the course of his political and post-political career, along with a few pertinent items saved from his pre-political life. This is essentially a collection of items chosen by Peter Lougheed (or, in the case of newsclippings, but staff under his direction) to document that part of his life which has been in the public eye since 1965, and to showcase aspects of those public achievements which gave him particular personal satisfaction, or were simply fun, In the manner of a scrapbook, this collection was always intended as a display.
The collection documents, from Lougheed’s personal point of view and from that of the mass media, his career in Progressive Conservative party politics and campaigns throughout his tenure as premier, his official activities while in public office as leader of the opposition and premier, and his ongoing service to the community and the nation since 1985.

Lougheed, Peter

UAA-2017-015

  • UAA-2017-015
  • Accession
  • 1965 - 2006

Executive Committee Minutes from 1965-2006

Executive Committee

1912 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for 1912; the last entry, however, is dated Jan. 1913.. Additionally, the blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1918 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for 1918; the last entry, however, is dated Jan. 1919. Additionally, the blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. Attendence lists for various meetings during the year are also included, either as loose sheets or gluded to the inside covers. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1926 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Accompanying the notes are a number of monthly reports by the financial secretary, pasted on unused pages. Additionally, the blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1930 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed, while the pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1934 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed, while the pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1938 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Notes are accompanied by attendence lists for meetings, which are glued onto unused pages in the book. The typewritten text of several resolutions passed by the lodge are also pasted inside the book. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1939 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Notes are accompanied by attendence lists for meetings, which are glued onto unused pages in the book. The typewritten text of several resolutions passed by the lodge are also pasted inside the book. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1944 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Notes are accompanied by attendence lists for meetings, which are glued onto unused pages in the book. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1945-1946 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Notes are accompanied by attendence lists for meetings, which are glued onto unused pages in the book. Addtionally attached is a postcard from W. E. Jones, General Secretary and Treasurer, acknowledging the reciept of the lodge's 1944 annual reciept. The blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during 1945, with the names of lodge officers being listed. The pages near the end of the book feature a handwritten membership list for the lodge.

1955 Meeting Minutes

Handwritten meeting minutes for the Northern Lights Lodge, No. 127, for the entire year. Notes are accompanied by attendence lists for meetings, which are glued onto unused pages in the book. Additionally, the blue-colored pages at the front of the book record the officer's roll-call for meetings during the year, with the names of lodge officers being listed.

Additionally enclosed is a postcard, from Ray Scott, General Secretary & Treaurer, signalling reciept of the lodge's annual report for 1954.

Letter from H. R. Ellis

Letter, on Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Sioux Lookout Lodge No. 308 letterhead, from H. R. Ellis to Mr. (Illegible). Bremman, on an application by another individual to join Lodge 127.

Circulars and Notices of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen

Assorted documents circulated by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. These include:

  • A Sept. 24, 1920 letter, from W. S. Sloane, clarifying the terms of the Chicago Joint Working Agreement with regards to the membership of associated organizations.
  • A Sept. 1, 1920 letter from A. H. Hawley, on winding-down of the Army and Navy fund, and giving instructions on the disposal of remaining funds, which were provided on an enclosed cheque.
  • An official circular, dated Nov. 20, 1920, on the need to leavy a new special General Assssment on members.
  • The October bulletin from the Brotherhood's Office of President, dated, in pencil, Nov. 30, 1920. The bulletin details ongoing deliberations by the United States Labor Board.
  • An official circular, dated July 28, 1919 issued by the Brotherhood's Office of the Assistant President, and Organizing Department. The circular details and discusses recent changes to the organization's constitution.
  • An official circular, dated Aug. 20, 1919, on a special action taken by the Brotherhood's 28th convention, to provide a war-related waiver, allowing members a longer period to apply for changes to their beneficiary status.
  • An official circular, dated Dec. 23, 1920, issued by the Brotherhood's Office of the President. The circular details and discusses recent changes to the organization's constitution, to accomodate member furloughed from work because of economic downturn.
  • A letter, dated Dec. 24, 1920, and addressed to the Bortherhoods of Locomotive Engineers and Railroad Trainmen, in addition to that of the Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, from the respective heads of these organizations, which forewarns against activities by the International Workers of the World.

Minutes of Meetings of [CPR] Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, Winnipeg Terminal Lodge No. 307.

Comprised of two large hardcover notebooks containing primarily minutes of meetings over an approximately 30-year period, from March 1939 to December 1968, containing 350 pages of handwritten entries. Comprised primarily of original handwritten minutes of meetings, but includes ongoing listings of monthly financial receipts and disbursements, and lists of officers elected from time to time. Both (oversize) notebooks are bound in half leather and marbled cloth (hardcover). One ledger is in Fine condition. The second is complete except that spine is missing and covers are loose at hinge, but there is no loss of text. Both ledgers are internally and externally bright and clean, and the handwritten text is remarkably handsome and legible.

UAA-1970-069

Accession consists of photographs, handbooks, minutes and other materials from the Class of 1912.

Anderson, Ethel Cameron

UAA-1981-152

Accession consists of audio cassettes containing interviews with Norman Yates by Elizabeth Beauchamp (M.FA thesis).

Beauchamp, Elizabeth Joan

UAA-1982-155

Accession consists of records pertaining to Frank Bowers including, personal papers, diaries, documents, correspondence, notes, photographs, and other materials.

Bowers, Frank Gresty

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