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- CA ACU GBA C0182
- 1858-[ca. 1945]
The collection consists of James G. Bain’s notebook and papers concerning his work with the British Columbia Provincial Police and gold mining ventures in Quesnel Forks, B.C. (1892-1899); correspondence, receipt books, and insurance policy of the Sandon Miners’ Union, affiliated with the Western Federation of Miners (1901-1915); journal and payroll sheets of mining operations in Sandon; waybills, share certificates, and mining lease agreement from Quesnel Forks; personal correspondence of James P. Delahunty of Barkerville, B.C.; will of James Francis Ford of 150 Mile House, B.C.; diaries of C. Walverson, western USA; time book of the Whit Grouse Co. (timber company of Quesnel Forks?, 1874); Elizabeth Ann Palmer’s food ration book from the Second World War, Waldo, B.C.; letterbook of the Provincial Police constable, Arrowhead, B.C. (1908-1916); facsimile of the signatures on the Treaty of 1831 which established the independence of Belgium; posters for the Baddeley Bros. 3 Ring Wild Animal Circus; and fragments of circus posters.
- CA ACU GBA F2711
The fonds consists of transcripts of correspondence between Sep and Sadie, letters from Sadies’s parents, poems by Sep, and poems by their friends in celebration of their marriage (1896-1918); Harry's reminiscences (1989); sheet music of songs written by Harry (1952); and photographs of Harry and children playing a saxophone.
- CA ACU GBA F3016
- 1973-2015, predominant 1994-2015
The fonds consists of editorial cartoons, most of which appeared in the Calgary Herald. The cartoons poke fun at the joys and frustrations of being Calgarian, and also depict Calgary's unique views on Canadian and world affairs. General topics include politics, religion, health care, hockey and weather. More controversial topics include gun control, tasers, abortion, the war in Afghanistan, and smoking. Many cartoons relate to Quebec separatism. The fonds also consists of his comic strips, Gopher Gully, Chubb and Chauncey and The Byrds. It also contains letters from various dignitaries about his cartoons, as well as some pages of the comics he drew for Crazy Magazine.
- CA ACU GBA F3053
- [ca. 1960-2005]
The fonds consists of records relating to her consulting career in museums and western history, as well as her volunteer affiliations with museum, historical and Jewish organizations.
- CA ACU GBA F0480
- 1929-1982, predominant 1940-1957
The fonds consists of notes, sheet music, albums of her recordings, a kinescope of the opera "The Medium", promotional photographs, and programs. Includes letters, poems, and photographs from Marion and Jim Nicoll.
- CA ACU GBA F3181
- [ca. 1989-2004]
The fonds consists of Lee's photographic negatives of performances by Alberta Theatre Projects, Theatre Calgary, Calgary Opera, Alberta Ballet, Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, Pleiades Theatre, Vertigo Theatre, Lunchbox Theatre, Quest Theatre, One Yellow Rabbit, and other performing arts organizations.
- CA ACU GBA C0203
- 1909-[ca. 1975]
The collection consists of essays by Tom Ward, “Chronological History of Calgary, 1875 to 1959”, “The Salvation Army”, and “History of Calgary Seals, Crests and Logos”. Includes a photocopy of the 1905 annual report of Calgary Public Schools; and a copy of a poem by Harry Hutchcroft, “The Spirit of Calgary”. Includes postcards from southern Alberta, photographs of City of Calgary seals and coat of arms designs, the 1925 Calgary jubilee medallion, historic Calgary personalities, public events, the 1915 Calgary flood, city Waterworks and Municipal Railway views and construction activities, Midnapore, Fish Creek, the Lacombe Home, personalities and activities in the petroleum industry (ca. 1942-ca. 1955), examples of Tom Ward’s artworks, Tom Ward’s military career, RCMP officer Doug Johnson, and Tom Ward. Includes album of views of the site of the Bowness subdivision and bridge construction start ceremony (ca. 1912). Includes an ink sketch of a West Coast totem.
- CA ACU GBA F1011
The fonds consists of cartoons done for the Calgary Herald, pertaining to political events, social issues and personalities; and "ideas" files kept by Innes.
- CA ACU GBA F0134
- [ca. 1874]-1998
The fonds consists of notebooks, personal correspondence, a transcript and recorded of interviews about his life, sound recordings of his presentations to school children, broadcasts from the Calgary Zoo, newsclippings, share certificates, records and souvenirs of his military service, a brief history of the early Calgary Parks Department, and notes regarding the Calgary Public Museum. Includes photographs of Calgary, St. George's Island and the zoo, and a slide of Billy Henry's 100th birthday.
- CA ACU GBA F2887
- [ca. 1910]-1988
The fonds consists of views of Social Credit League floats in the Calgary Stampede parade (1935), group portrait of older members of First Baptist Church (1940s), portraits of John Laurie and Dr. Andrew Leo Doucette (1950s), and an informal portrait of Albert Tigerstedt (1988). Also includes a collection of 10 glass plate negatives (1910s) created by Frank Hutchinson, a farmer and amateur photographer from Cochrane, Alberta. These images depict Calgary industries and mountain scenes.