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Frederick J. Niven fonds
CA ACU GBA F1393 · Fundos · 1776-1963, predominant 1900-1944

The fonds consists of correspondence, literary manuscripts (The Three Marys, When I was a Child, His Hour or Two, Mine Inheritance, Triumph, What's Past is Prologue, Family Album, The Staff at Stimsons, A Candle in the Rain, Tales of the Black Flag, Hands Up, Brothers in Arms, Under Which King, Island of Arran, The Transplanted, Once Upon a Time, The Garricks of Renfrew, Dead Men's Bells, The Flying Years, etc.), reviews of books, publication agreements, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings and family photograph albums. Includes Pauline's diaries (1947, 1959, 1961) and correspondence. Also includes material collected by Frederick for research purposes: ration ticket of Cree, Mechawayis of the Sweet Grass band (1885), and newspaper clippings about Sitting Bull, Sioux uprisings, etc. (1890s).

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Coutts family fonds
CA ACU GBA F0591 · Fundos · 1795-1968, predominant 1911-1968
  • The fonds consists of family correspondence (1911-1968); George's historical society correspondence, history articles by various authors (1923-1926), and newspaper clippings on historical topics (1897-1965); David's diary of boy scout activities (1927); family certificates, memberships, programs, greeting cards and autograph book; and photographs of farm machinery, the Ranchmen's Club and Calgary.
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Edwards, Gardiner family fonds
CA ACU GBA F0712 · Fundos · 1795-2000, predominant 1863-1964

The fonds is very rich in correspondence which details life in southern Alberta, ranching, childhood, and the relationships between family members. It consists of: Oliver's correspondence and Treaty 8 trip diary (1900); Henrietta's diaries (1864, 1867), a few speeches and writings, correspondence, and Persons Case memorabilia; Alice's correspondence, diary (1940), and wedding records; Muir's diary (1897); Margaret's correspondence (very little); Amelia's correspondence and letters to the editor; Claude's ranching diaries (1905-1927) and correspondence (1894-1919); Laura's and Barbara's correspondence; Claudia's school records, diaries (1920-1928), and correspondence; Gard's school records, diaries (1920, 1926), and Persons Case memorabilia; extensive family photographs; genealogical charts; and miscellaneous documents of various ancestors.

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E.P. Scarlett fonds
CA ACU GBA F1636 · Fundos · 1814-1981

The fonds consists of diaries (1909-1964) of Earle and Jean Scarlett; correspondence between Earle and Jean (1917-1929); correspondence with family members, friends and colleagues; copies of published articles; drafts of articles, addresses and broadcasts (1935-1979); interview with Scarlett by Charles Roland; reference files; and photographs of student years, military service, Calgary events and family; also includes research files of Bill Musselwhite used in the preparation of his biography.

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Richard C. Hardisty fonds
CA ACU GBA F0888 · Fundos · 1825-1958, predominant 1845-1894

The fonds consists of R.C. Hardisty's HBC correspondence, related to operations at various posts (1870-1887), and personal correspondence (1845-1889). Also includes some correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and personal papers of Eliza, Richard G., and other family members.

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A.E. Cross family fonds
CA ACU GBA F0609 · Fundos · 1836-1987, predominant 1890-1987

The fonds consists of extensive correspondence between A.E. Cross and Helen Cross (1899-1928); correspondence of A.E. Cross pertaining to the brewery, ranch, personal matters, and organizations in which he was active (1890-1932); correspondence of J.B. Cross regarding the brewery, ranch and personal matters (1933-1937); A7 Ranche business correspondence (1913-1943); Calgary Brewing and Malting Company business correspondence (1892-1906); Helen's correspondence and records of organization in which she was active (1880-1944); correspondence and school records of the Cross children (1912-1948); family memorabilia (1892-1949); correspondence and business records of Sandy Cross and Rothney Farm (1935-1987); and extensive photographs of the Cross family, the A7 Ranche, and Rothney Farm.

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Peace River Country Research Project collection
CA ACU GBA C0078 · Coleção · Compiled 1955-1956 (originally created 1837-1956)

The collection consists of typescripts of interviews (1955-1956), reminiscences, diaries (1897-1914), and autobiographies; files of biographical and historical notes; and photographs of pioneers and the area. Includes typescripts of Fort St. John fur trade post journal (1866-1924), and Fort Dunvegan post account book (1837-1864).

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Charles and Etta Haultain fonds
CA ACU GBA F2165 · Fundos · 1840-1945, predominant 1885-1904

The fonds consists of correspondence between Charlie and Etta (1885-1890); correspondence with T. Arnold Haultain (1897-1908); correspondence with friends and relatives (1870-1935); Etta's extensive memoirs (1938); Charles' record of expenses (1892-1901); poetry collected by the Haultains (1883-1909); list of wedding presents (1890); Etta's recipe books (1840-1930s); Charles' sketches (1883-1887); and newsclippings about Charles' cousin, Frederick W.G. Haultain (1904-1905, 1942). Includes photographs of the Haultains, North-West Mounted Police life, and towns in which they lived (especially Fort Macleod).

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Margery Ramsay fonds
CA ACU GBA F1521 · Fundos · 1840-1971, predominant 1871-1940

The fonds consists of diaries (1901-1903), family correspondence, music, postcard album, family photographs, and miscellaneous Upton/Bayne family papers.

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George and John McDougall family fonds
CA ACU GBA F1265 · Fundos · 1841-1969, predominant 1858-1944

The fonds consists primarily of the papers of the Reverends George and John McDougall, related to their work as Wesleyan Methodist missionaries in Alberta. George McDougall's records consist of appointments; correspondence mainly regarding Methodist missionary work; mission administrative records including a baptism register; and a small amount of his writings and sermons. John McDougall's records consist of appointments; letters written to his wife while attending Methodist conferences and during the 1885 Riel Rebellion; official correspondence regarding his missionary work; mission administrative records including baptism and marriage registers; and his writings, sermons and talks. The fonds also contains the writings, speeches, and scrapbooks of John's wife Elizabeth, and the First World War letters of David L. McDougall. Included in the fonds are small amounts of papers for these family members: Eliza Hardisty, Augusta Mathieson, George M. McDougall (junior), John B. McDougall, Lillian E. Graham, Douglas J. McDougall, John E. Graham, and William Graham.

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