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- ACU GBA F0130
- 1908-1968, predominant 1908
The fonds consists of Mary's article about Leslieville, a Bethel Union Church pamphlet, and photographs of Leslieville.
Bailey, Mary C.
- ACU GBA F0180
- 1878-1931, predominant 1901-1917
The fonds consists of miscellaneous family records including correspondence (1900-1930), photographs, baptism certificate (1878), St. Albert assessment notice (1931), postcards, newsclippings, and Catholic religious material. Includes a handwritten recipe for dandelion wine, hand-cut paper stencils for beadwork, and a prayer book in Cree syllabics published by the Oblates in Edmonton (1929).
- ACU GBA F0291
- 1880-1975, predominant 1913-1950s
The fonds consists of photographs of churches, manses, and schools in towns where he served (1910s-1950s), of J.R. Brown and family, and Ontario relatives (1880s). Includes postcards to his mother and Ethel (ca. 1913-1915); script, song and stage sketch for Central United Church, Calgary centennial play (1975), and programs (1964-1975).
- ACU GBA F0119
The fonds consists of William's diary (1934 [photocopy]); Mary's reminiscences (1953) and letters from R.B. Bennett (1938 [photocopies]); brief histories of the family and St. Luke's (nd); and newsclippings about the family and R.B. Bennett.
- ACU GBA F0875
- 1912-[ca. 1920s]
The fonds consists of his manuscript, "My impressions of Canada during a stay in that country of almost seven years" (1920s?); photographs and postcards of Calgary, Banff, Gleichen, Blairmore, Bassano, and Fort Macleod; and a 1912 panoramic view of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 1779, Calgary, Labour Day.
- ACU GBA F0927
- 1907-1957, predominant 1920s-1957
The fonds consists of photographs of T.O.F., immigration work, and Martha (1920s-1950s); letters of congratulation on receiving doctorate (1948); articles and newsclippings on his work (1920s-1957); report of organizing meeting of Canadian Christian Council for Settlement of Refugees (1947); speeches on colonization (1929, 1942, 1952); a sermon (1907); and miscellany.
- ACU GBA F0520
The fonds consists of minute book (1895-1950), register of baptisms, marriages and burials (1895-1936), register of marriages (1981-1992), registers of services (1894-1994), general correspondence (1907-1938), account books (1911-1975), correspondence and receipts related to accounts (1899-1938), and diocesan assessments (1904-1938). Includes letter by Charles Schacht describing church construction (1938), program for 80th anniversary service (1976), and a centennial video (1996).
- ACU GBA F0521
The fonds consists of correspondence, financial reports, ship lists of Dutch immigrants, and church bulletins.
Christian Reformed Church Canadian Immigration Committee
- ACU GBA C0223
The collection consists of transcripts of interviews related to William Aberhart, undertaken for her biography. Interviewees included Jessie Aberhart, Earl Ansley, J.E. Brownlee, L. Denis Byrne, Stewart Cameron, Mr. Cartwright, Charles Cockcroft, J.B. Cunningham, Professor Farris, James D. Ferguson, Reverend E.G Hansell, Mrs. W.P. Harvey, John William Hugill, Cyril Hutchinson, William Irvine, N.B. James, Fred Kennedy, E.C. Manning, John McLellan, Charles Palmer, Charles Read Pearce, Norman Priestley, R.G. Reid, Clive Wilmott, Dr. Victor W. Wright, and many others. The collection also consists of various research material she compiled in the mid-1950s, including transcripts of radio broadcasts, a copy of Fred Kennedy's "black book" of Social Credit happenings (1934-1939); an episode of "The Man From Mars" radio broadcasts; excerpts from New Age Club correspondence and Westbourne Baptist Church minutes; and notes on Social Credit campaign methods.
- ACU GBA C0080
- 1921-1983, predominant 1967-1983
The collection consists of historical notes, registers of statistics and programs about churches. Includes some miscellaneous personal papers and photographs.
Peck, Hugh G.