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- CA ACU SPC F0143
Fonds consists of correspondence to and from various members of the Simmins family, principally to Barbara Simmins, and Richard Simmins' photocards to Marjorie Simmins; material relating to B. Simmins' career, estate and financial matters; material relating to the death of Susette Simmins in 2007; drafts of B. Simmins' manuscript Should angels come: a letter to my daughter; articles by and about Philip Simmins, Richard Simmins and Geoffrey Simmins; daytimers and diaries written by B. Simmins (?) and Marjorie Mabel Beaufort Simmins; Karen Simmins' journals, poems, childhood drawings, stories and letters; photographs of members of the Simmins and Atkinson families, including several photo albums.
- CA ACU GBA F2483
The fonds consists of A. B. Chapin's Civil War discharge papers, documentation of his award of the Congressional Medal of Honor, a letter from a comrade, a letter from his widow to his son, newsclippings, and an envelope from his daughter-in-law to his granddaughter.
Chapin, Alaric B.
- CA ACU GBA F2480
The fonds consists of Nelson Miles's own retained copy of his report to the Assistant Adjutant General, Department of Dakota, U.S. Army, St. Paul, Minnesota. Miles reports on his military operations (1876-1877) against Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Lame Deer, Chief Joseph, and other chieftains. The report includes recommendations to the United States government on Indian policy and strategy.
Miles, Nelson Appleton
- CA ACU GBA F2413
The fonds consists of twelve letters written to his father, William Young, and brother, George Young, in Hamilton, Ontario, about his homesteading experiences (1884-1897). In many of the letters he asks for money, and gives details of the costs of establishing a ranch, including the prices of farm equipment, livestock, and household furnishings. Also includes a letter from his mother to his father, William Young (1864).
Young, Robert J.
- CA ACU GBA F2855
- 1915-06-01 12:00:00 AM
The fonds consists of a humorous booklet entitled "The Boys", which features verse, photographs, and sketches about the members of the Milk River survey, including W.M.Edwards, Chief of Party; Edmund L. Miles, topographer; W.B. Hutcheson, leveller; Steve Negrey, transitman; William Walker (who did the sketches); L.B. Perley Miles, assistant topographer; R.L. Penfound, recorder; Stanley N. Trew, head hubman; George C. Tutin, rodman; W.P. Rogers, Rodman; George L. Edwards, picketman; G.J. Lush, Rodman; and T.F. Swan, teamster.
Walker, William "Scottie"
- CA ACU GBA F0995
The fonds consists of letters from R.J. to George about how to run a saddlery business.
Hutchings, Robert John "R.J."
- CA ACU GBA F1582
The fonds consists of Social Credit related letters, speeches, posters and broadsheets. The items relate primarily to Social Credit's monetary ideas and dislike of the traditional banks
Rogers, Edith Blanche
- CA ACU GBA F2205
The fonds consists of his memoirs regarding his relationship with Aberhart, the 1935 provincial election, and the Social Credit government's first year in power; diary entries (1935-1936); letters to Aberhart; radio address given by Aberhart; poems; and correspondence about the Albertan purchase.
Hill, Henry B. "Hilly"
- CA ACU SPC F0058
Fonds consists of variety of materials spanning majority of Howard Cable's professional life including: correspondence; financial materials such as budgets, payroll sheets, and account statements; royalty statements and contracts (some with riders); manuscript sketches and scores as well as published scores of works composed, co-authored, or arranged by Howard Cable including those based on Canadian folk music and those used in large-scale productions such as Canadian National Exhibition Grandstand shows and General Motors automobile shows; scripts and playlists for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio and television programmes as well as theatrical productions; programmes, promotional material and newsclippings related to productions or performances in which Howard Cable participated; administrative materials (e.g., meeting minutes, proposals, etc.) concerning professional associations or committees with which Howard Cable was involved; academic programmes and other materials related to courses or clinics taught by Howard Cable; some graphical materials such as technical drawings concerning stage schematics for Sea to Sea, Expo 67 and Canada Day shows in particular; photographs primarily relating to major productions with which Howard Cable was involved such as CNE Grandstand show Sea to Sea; and sound recordings of works that Howard Cable either composed or produced. MsC 300 consists of five orchestral parts/arrangements of popular songs by Howard Cable.
Cable, Howard Reid