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Cross, Alfred Ernest
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A.E. Cross family fonds

  • CA ACU GBA F0609
  • Fonds
  • 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.

Cross family

Alberta Originals: Stories of Albertans Who Made a Difference

Box consists of typescript drafts, research materials, correspondence and copies of articles by Brennan used for his book of historically significant Alberta Originals: Stories of Albertans Who Made a Difference. Individuals featured include Max Bell, Sir Frederick Haultain, William Hawrelak, Elizabeth Sterling Haynes, Ray Lowery, Norma Piper Pocaterra, Ralph Scurfield, Bob Simpson, Francis Winspear, Clennell Haggerston "Punch" Dickins, The Big Four: A. E. Cross; Archibald J. (A.J.) Macleod, The Famous Five, and others.

Western Stock Growers' Association fonds

  • CA ACU GBA F1910
  • Fonds
  • 1896-2010

The fonds consists of ordinance of incorporation, constitution and bylaws, minutes, correspondence, convention proceedings, financial statements, committee reports, newsletters, press releases, and photographs of members and events. Includes interviews with early members of WSGA (1965-1967) and a 1948 radio broadcast by James G. Gardiner, Minister of Agriculture.

Western Stock Growers' Association