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- 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 TMM F0120-IT0001
Fait partie de Unidentified American WWI Infantryman Fonds
Consists of a four page summary of the diary. Created by Yvonne Hinks, January 2019. Click the icon to view.
R.J. and George Hutchings fonds
- 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 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 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 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 F2346
The fonds consists of John's reminiscences of the Tanches and other families at Sylvan Lake. Includes photographs of Tanche family and farm.
Tanche, Jean Rene Henri "John"
Winnipeg School Division No. 1 collection of material relating to W.O. Mitchell.
- CA ACU SPC C0026
Collection consists of material relating to W.O. Mitchell's term as writer-in-residence for Winnipeg School Division No. 1, September 15, 1974 - November 30, 1974. Includes samples of student papers using "Mitchell's messy method of creative writing"; professional materials consisting of videotapes of seminars on creative writing for teachers; presentations for elementary, junior high and senior high students consisting of videotapes of the presentations and questions from the students; audio and video recordings of readings by W.O. Mitchell from his own work; and audio and video recordings of W.O. Mitchell discussing theme and character in several of his own works. Textual records consist of samples of student papers, listing of the audio and video recordings and bibliography of related materials collected in a kit for use by schools in Winnipeg School Division No. 1 as well as two scrapbooks containing articles and photographs documenting W.O. Mitchell's work for the shool division. Also includes material relating to the seventy-fifth convocation of Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, held November 9, 1974, at which Paul Hiebert, James Gray and W.O. Mitchell received honorary doctorates, particularly an audio tape of a symposium on creative writing by the three writers moderated by Brandon University chancellor Stanley Knowles, as well as photographs and newsclippings.
Winnipeg School Division No. 1.
- CA ACU GBA F2047
The fonds consists of memoirs of events during the evacuation from British Columbia to Alberta in 1942.