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The agony of Mrs. Stone

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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Author
Whyte, Jon
Call Number
05.1 W62
Author
Whyte, Jon
Physical Description
insert between p.14 & 15 : ill., port
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Accidents
Mountaineering
Notes
In Matrix, vol.III, no.1, summer 1977
Accession Number
1000
Call Number
05.1 W62
Collection
Archives Library
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Part Of
Bill Peyto fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of papers pertaining to Peyto's Boer War service, photography and personal matters and photographs produced and collected by Peyto. Includes resolution of the American Alpine Club commending Peyto for his aid in the rescue of Margaret Stone on July 24, 1921 from Eon Mountain. Mrs. S…
Date Range
1900-1941
Reference Code
M41 / V497
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Photograph
Album
Framed print
Photograph print
Textual record
Private record
Part Of
Bill Peyto fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 41
V 497
Sous-Fonds
M 41
V 497
Accession Number
6, 266, 7747 (docs)
Reference Code
M41 / V497
GMD
Photograph
Album
Framed print
Photograph print
Textual record
Private record
Date Range
1900-1941
Physical Description
264 photographs : prints, negatives. -- 2 photograph albums (ca.35 prints). -- 3 cm of textual records
History / Biographical
Ebenezer William (Bill) Peyto, 1868-1943, was a guide, outfitter, prospector and national park warden at Banff, Alberta, Canada. Peyto was prominent among the early trail guides of the Rockies, beginning a colourful career ca.1893. He led a number of mountaineers into climbing regions until ca.1910. Peyto served in both the Boer and First World Wars, worked a talc mine on the edge of Banff National Park and was a national park warden for over twenty years, retiring in 1937. Peyto Lake, Peyto Glacier, Peyto Peak and Trapper Peak were named in his honour.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of papers pertaining to Peyto's Boer War service, photography and personal matters and photographs produced and collected by Peyto. Includes resolution of the American Alpine Club commending Peyto for his aid in the rescue of Margaret Stone on July 24, 1921 from Eon Mountain. Mrs. Stone was stranded after the accidental death of Dr. W. E. Stone on July 17, 1921. Photographs pertain to Bill Peyto, clients and trips in the Rocky Mountains; also Banff townsite views and events, wildlife and scenic views, ca.1900-ca.1940. Includes large framed portrait of Bill Peyto.
Name Access
Peyto, Bill
Subject Access
Family and personal life
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Photographs are in the public domain (other restrictions may apply)
Copyright, privacy, commercial use and other restrictions may apply
Language
Language is English
Finding Aid
Finding aids and reference tools: basic description
Creator
Peyto, Bill
Category
Family and personal life
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds and accession records
Processing Status
Processed
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Ron Duke collection

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Part Of
Ron Duke collection
Scope & Content
Collection includes: certificate of general resolution of appreciation commending Jack Curren, Frank Betteridge, Frank Gombert, F. Wells, Reno Fitten, William Child and Ralph Rink for aid in the rescue of Mrs. W. E. Stone, July 24, 1921, and recovery of the body of Dr. W. E. Stone, d. July 17, 1921…
Date Range
[ca.1870-ca.1970]
Reference Code
M16 / V203
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Photograph print
Poster
Textual record
Private record
Part Of
Ron Duke collection
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 16
V 203
Sous-Fonds
M 16
V 203
Accession Number
168, 1572, 1593, 1644, 2626, 3379
Reference Code
M16 / V203
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Photograph print
Poster
Textual record
Private record
Date Range
[ca.1870-ca.1970]
Physical Description
1 textual record. -- 12 photographs : prints, posters, negatives
History / Biographical
Ron Duke was a professional photographer at Banff, Alberta, Canada
Scope & Content
Collection includes: certificate of general resolution of appreciation commending Jack Curren, Frank Betteridge, Frank Gombert, F. Wells, Reno Fitten, William Child and Ralph Rink for aid in the rescue of Mrs. W. E. Stone, July 24, 1921, and recovery of the body of Dr. W. E. Stone, d. July 17, 1921, on Mount Eon; and various photographs collected by Duke from unknown sources. Included is a Dave White & Sons Ltd. poster of eight prints, showing store 1894 to 1948; also a poster of male descendants of John Brewster, ca.1965, with ten images.
Name Access
Duke, Ron (collector)
Subject Access
Exploration, discovery and travel
Access Restrictions
No restrictions on access
Copyright, privacy, commercial use and other restrictions may apply
Language
Language is English
Creator
Duke, Ron (collector)
Category
Exploration, discovery and travel
Title Source
Title based on accession records and contents of collection
Processing Status
Processed
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Stone, W. E., Dr. and Mrs.

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Medium
Library - Newsfile: Biography (Biofile)
Call Number
Biofile
Medium
Library - Newsfile: Biography (Biofile)
Call Number
Biofile
Collection
Archives Library
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Mary and Harry West papers

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Part Of
West and Iverson families fonds
Scope & Content
Papers include newspaper clipping regarding mountaineering accident on Mount Eon involving Mrs. Stone
Date Range
1918-1921
Reference Code
M397 / 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
West and Iverson families fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II. West family series
Reference Code
M397 / 1
Date Range
1918-1921
Physical Description
7 textual records
Scope & Content
Papers include newspaper clipping regarding mountaineering accident on Mount Eon involving Mrs. Stone
Title Source
Title based on contents of papers.
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[Commendation from American Alpine Club]

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Part Of
George Noble fonds
Scope & Content
Pertains to Peyto, Bill and rescue of Mrs. Stone from Mt. Eon
Date Range
1922
Reference Code
V469 / 1666
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative
  1 image  
Part Of
George Noble fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
I. Scenic and documentary views
Reference Code
V469 / 1666
GMD
Photograph
Negative
Date Range
1922
Physical Description
1 negative : 12 x 17 cm or smaller
Scope & Content
Pertains to Peyto, Bill and rescue of Mrs. Stone from Mt. Eon
Subject Access
Arts
Geographic Access
Alberta
Images
thumbnail
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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1979
Author
Ford, Theresa M., ed
Publisher
Edmonton : Alberta Education
Call Number
05 F75i
Author
Ford, Theresa M., ed
Publisher
Edmonton : Alberta Education
Published Date
1979
Physical Description
224p. : ill
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Series
Western Canadian literature for youth
Notes
Partial contents: Avalanche / Robert E. Gard; Disaster at Avalanche Mountain / Cecil Clark; The agony of Mrs. Stone / Jon Whyte; At Grips with a Grizzly / Colin Wyatt
Accession Number
3092
Call Number
05 F75i
Collection
Archives Library
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Gordon Burles fonds
Scope & Content
File contains 8 pages of typed poems (photocopies) by Gordon Burles; includes 2 copies of “With Mr. Sanson” (one labeled “earlier version”), 2 copies of “Bill Peyto Old” (one labeled “earlier version”), 1 copy of “The Old Alpinist”, 1 copy of “Mrs. Stone Remembers”, 1 copy of “Lane Returns to Banff…
Date Range
[1982 - 1984]
Reference Code
M196 / II / 7
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Gordon Burles fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
II : Prose and research
Reference Code
M196 / II / 7
Date Range
[1982 - 1984]
Physical Description
1 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
File contains 8 pages of typed poems (photocopies) by Gordon Burles; includes 2 copies of “With Mr. Sanson” (one labeled “earlier version”), 2 copies of “Bill Peyto Old” (one labeled “earlier version”), 1 copy of “The Old Alpinist”, 1 copy of “Mrs. Stone Remembers”, 1 copy of “Lane Returns to Banff, 1918” (labeled “earlier version”), 1 copy of “Lane Johnson Returns to Banff, 1918”; dates on poems 1982-1984; poems are signed by author
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The old cabin : poems from Banff

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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1984
Author
Burles, Gordon
Call Number
05.1 B92 1984 July–Sep PAM
Author
Burles, Gordon
Published Date
1984
Physical Description
50p
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Notes
Contents: The heron (p.1); The hermit (p.2); Biskobad changes (p.3); Striving stone (p.4); The children on the hill (p.5); The old cabin (p.6); Vision for vision (p.7); With her (p.8); Rural roads (p.9); Bill Peyto alone (p.10); After the funeral (p.11); Among the poplars (p.12); A dream of moonlight (13); Night and day (p.14); The road home (p.15); She goes away (p.16); Love lesson (p.17); We sat here (p.18); The hike (p.19); Reunion (p.20); Plato in the twilight (p.21); The horsemen (p.22); Funeral (p.23); Bill Peyto old (p.24); Spring (p.25); Testament (p.26); A promise of mountain days (p.27); Banff (p.28); After the concert (p.29); Mountain camp (p.30); New love (p.31); The wedding (p.32); Old age(p.33); Seeing Mt. Cascade from the Spray River (p.34); Lane Johnson returns to Banff, 1919 (p.35); With Mr. Sanson (p.36); The old alpinist (p.37); Meeting a former love (p.38); Old Antophon remembers (p.39); Daybreak (p.40); The ballerina (p.41); The first snow (p.42); Mrs. Stone remembers (p.43); Summer moments (p.44); Mrs. Wheeler’s garden (p.45); At the Banff Springs Hotel (p.46); Plato dying (p.47); Snowfall (p.48); When she walked by (p.49); At the Chateau Lake Louise (p. 50)
Cover: drawing by Wayne Milburn of cabin with Mounts Stoney Squaw and Cascade
Accession Number
6340
17000
Call Number
05.1 B92 1984 July–Sep PAM
Collection
Archives Library
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Guides and Outfitters of the Canadian Rockies

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Part Of
Kreg Sky fonds
Scope & Content
S29 / 1-28 Title: Guides and Outfitters of the Canadian Rockies Name: Turnor, Madeline A. Interviewer: Kreg O. Sky Date: Dec. 17, 1983 Place: Invermere Phys. Description: Scotch 208, 5 inch reel Side 1: Family home stead in Columbia Valley in 1911. First pack trip, 1916, with A. McCarthy. Alp…
Date Range
1983
Reference Code
S29 / 1-28
Description Level
6 / Item
Part Of
Kreg Sky fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
Kreg O. Sky Sound Recording Collection
Reference Code
S29 / 1-28
Date Range
1983
Physical Description
Scotch 208, 5 inch reel
Scope & Content
S29 / 1-28 Title: Guides and Outfitters of the Canadian Rockies Name: Turnor, Madeline A. Interviewer: Kreg O. Sky Date: Dec. 17, 1983 Place: Invermere Phys. Description: Scotch 208, 5 inch reel Side 1: Family home stead in Columbia Valley in 1911. First pack trip, 1916, with A. McCarthy. Alpine Club camps. Hunting in Assiniboine, 1919. Gibbon party photo in Diamond Hitch while working for Walter Nixon, 1923. Background on Nixon’s outfit. C.P.R. Bungalows (Windermere), day trips and duties. Worked for Staples’ dude ranch at Premier Lake (1927) for 30 years; (S-Half Diamond). Train load of wealthy American girls. Trips: Whiteswan Lake, Sheep (Lussier) Creek, Top of the World. Shorter rides for junior girls. Various camps noted. Hunting trips started after Depression: some guides and hunting areas mentioned. Purcell trips: Lake of the Hanging Glacier. Byron Harmon. Conrad Kain taught her how to pack. Side 2: Trail riders of the Canadian Rockies in Yoho, 1923. Walter Nixon. Trails: above Invermere, Lake of Hanging Glacier, Toby Creeks. Local outfitters: Tegfart’s McKay’s, Pete Lum, Bert Lowe, Dave Nixon. Other duties at Premier Lake. Dr. and Mrs. Stone’s climbing accident on Mt. Eon. Mr and Mrs Best. Other people. Some comparisons to modern day activities.
Access Restrictions
Copyright on sound recordings in effect until 50 years from the date of creation Reference use only; no reproduction
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Other projects: papers and photographs. -- [ca.1972]-1990

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Part Of
Jon Whyte fonds
Scope & Content
Consists of loose papers, sets of papers and photographs pertaining to projects. File list to follow.
Reference Code
M88 / 89 - 102
V690 /
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Part Of
Jon Whyte fonds
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Series
I.A. Jon Whyte literary papers - projects
Reference Code
M88 / 89 - 102
V690 /
Physical Description
12 cm of textual records and photographs
Scope & Content
Consists of loose papers, sets of papers and photographs pertaining to projects. File list to follow.
Finding Aid
Item list available
Title Source
Title based on material
Content Details
CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING FILES:
* Adventures at the Ford on the Bow [manuscript, 1990; see also series III. Jon Whyte electronic records] - M88 / 89
* The Agony of Mrs. Stone [poem, typescript and notes ca.1977] - M88 / 90
* Cello Sonata [novel, n.d.] - M88 / 91
* Cinnamon Bun Years [proposal for book pertaining to Edmonton in the 1960s, 1987?] - M88 / 92
* An experiment in the non-lineal structure of words [poetry, verse and concrete, with notes, ca.1908] - M88 / 93
* The High Rockies [introduction to book by George Brybicin, ca.1978] - M88 / 94
* Indians in the Rockies [source materials, typescript, 3 photographs, 1984-1985] - M88 / 95, 96
* Paley [poem, edited typescript, ca.1972] - M88 / 97
* Papyrus Curtain/Black Markets [poem manuscript, 1986?; see also series III. Jon Whyte electronic records] - M88 / 98, 99
* Phil Moore - biodata [JW title; includes research materials, notes, draft, 1991 - see also III.B. Jon Whyte electronic records - DOS files] - M88 / 100
* Roads of the Canadian Rockies [text, photographs, maps and documentation for Jon Whyte / Ed Cavell project (never completed), ca.1974; several related notebooks can be found in sub-series I.B. Jon Whyte literary papers - general] - M88 / 101 (and oversize "F"), V690/
* Swan Song [proposal, drafts, notes, typescripts, 1986?; see also series III. Jon Whyte electronic records] - M88 / 101
Maps. -- [ca.1974]. -- 7 items of cartographic records. -- Includes hand-drawn maps of roads in the Canadian Rockies by Ruth Mark, 5 items, and annotated published maps, 2 items. -- Title based on material. Maps held in oversize "F"
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Gordon Burles fonds
Scope & Content
File contains the following poems: 101. The mining camp, 1986—subject: abandoned mining camp—original and revision present 102. For Katherine Mansfield, 1986, 1987—subject: author Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923), a New Zealander 103. Stewart Canyon, 1986—subject: Stewart Canyon, near Lake Minnewan…
Date Range
1986 - 1987
Reference Code
M196 / I / 3
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Gordon Burles fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
I : Poetry Manuscripts
Reference Code
M196 / I / 3
Date Range
1986 - 1987
Physical Description
2 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
File contains the following poems: 101. The mining camp, 1986—subject: abandoned mining camp—original and revision present 102. For Katherine Mansfield, 1986, 1987—subject: author Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923), a New Zealander 103. Stewart Canyon, 1986—subject: Stewart Canyon, near Lake Minnewanka 104. Inglismaldie Creek, 1986—subject: creek flowing down from between Mt. Inglismaldie and Mt. Girouard; creek name is unofficial 105. Old Miss Hastings and the Rockies, 1986—subject: old age and nature 106. Poet’s night out, 1986—subject: poet 107. September dialogue, 1986—subject: love poem; later revised 108. At Bankhead, 1986—subject: Bankhead musings 109. Mountain awakening, 1986—subject: nature 110. To my wife, 1986—subject: love poem 111. A sunny day in October, 1986—subject: nature 112. Sleeping and waking, 1986—subject: sleep fantasy 113. Sundance Pass, 1986—subject: nature musings; original and revision present 114. The winter garden, 1986—subject: garden in winter—inspired by Cascade Gardens 115. The revelation, 1986—subject: nature musings 116. By Forty-Mile Creek, 1986—subject: love poem 117. Dawn judgment, 1986—subject: aged poet 118. The “Titanic”, 1986—subject: the shipwreck; revised later 119. The encounter, 1986—subject: poet’s father 120. The mountain traveler, 1986—subject: travel musings 121. Conrad Kain musing, 1986—subject: Conrad Kain 122. On Tunnel Mt. Drive, 1986—subject: childhood memory of Tunnel Mt. Drive 123. Winter near Fairholme, 1987—subject: musings near Fairholme Ranch site 124. Summit reverie in youth, 1987—subject: fantasy from Mt. Bourgeau 125. On Otter Street, 1987—subject: Otter Street musings 126. On the west road, 1987—subject: musings along Vermilion Lakes Road 127. After the movie, 1987—subject: memories of walking home from a movie with mother about 1956; movie was “Around the World in Eighty Days” 128. Changes, 1987—subject: nonsense poem 129. Chinook, 1987—subject: marital poem 130. Remembering, 1987—subject: memories of youth 131. After the “Titanic”, 1987—subject: lost love 132. Love story, 1987—subject: nonsense poem 133. The waterfall, 1987—subject: crane love poem 134. Mrs. Stone on the seventh day, 1987—subject: Mt. Eon tragedy 135. Early spring chinook, 1987—subject: chinook musings 136. Betrayal, 1987—subject: love lost 137. Dawn reverie, 1987—subject: dawn; rhyming poem 138. The flower of the deeper self, 1987—subject: nature musing; rhyming poem 139. The program tonight, 1987—subject: nonsense poem 140. Where Kathleen lives, 1987—subject: love poem 141. At the guest lodge, 1987—subject: guest lodge; revised later; inspired by Assiniboine Lodge 142. Blindness, 1987—subject: blind lady 143. At the cliff base, 1987—subject: climbing accident 144. Conquest on the meadow, 1987—subject: fantasy; rhyming poem 145. After the murder, 1987—subject: fantasy 146. Lover’s promise, 1987—subject: love poem 147. Love’s power, 1987—subject: love poem 148. Dream horse, 1987—subject: fantasy; rhyming poem 149. Our love, 1987—subject: love poem 150. September, 1987—subject: autumn musings
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Gordon Burles fonds
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File contains the following poems: 401. On Edward Thomas, 1988—subject: based on English poet Edward Thomas (1878-1917) 402. Reality, 1988—subject: rememberings 403. By a glade, 1988—subject: crossing a stream horseback 404. Near Skoki, 1988—winter near Skoki Lodge 405. Ectopia, 1988—subject: nons…
Date Range
1988
Reference Code
M196 / I / 9
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Gordon Burles fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
I : Poetry Manuscripts
Reference Code
M196 / I / 9
Date Range
1988
Physical Description
1 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
File contains the following poems: 401. On Edward Thomas, 1988—subject: based on English poet Edward Thomas (1878-1917) 402. Reality, 1988—subject: rememberings 403. By a glade, 1988—subject: crossing a stream horseback 404. Near Skoki, 1988—winter near Skoki Lodge 405. Ectopia, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 406. Life’s logolithos, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 407. Against the night, 1988—subject: random musings 408. Cemetery, 1988—subject: children at a grave 409. A school for the heart, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 410. Moments alone, 1988—subject: mountain musings 411. A patchwork mausoleum, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 412. Soldier, 1988—subject: Saxon times 413. Melancholy, 1988—subject: nature fantasy 414. That breathless vision, 1988—subject: nature metaphor; original and revision present 415. Wigmore Creek, 1988—subject: based on ram’s horn suspended from small cliff just north of Wigmore Creek on the Cascade fire road 416. The old uncle, 1988—subject: based on story told of his uncle by Mac Moir, poet 417. Banff, 1900, 1988—subject: Victorian house imagined 418. Before dawn, 1988—subject: night musings 419. Now, dear Leander, 1988—subject: based on Bourgeau Lake 420. Mt. Brewster at night, 1988—subject: remembering attempted ascent of Mt. Brewster (northeast of Banff) in teenage years with Herb MacAulay 421. The knight, 1988—subject: nonsense poem in which Cemetery Tea House appears for the first time; original and revision present 422. The valley, 1988—subject: vision 423. The lynx, 1988—subject: vision based on Banff Springs Hotel 424. Saturday, 1988—subject: Saturday night 425. Waking, 1988—subject: cutting of birches; original and revision present 426. Schoolboy’s lament, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 427. Flowers for allosaurs, 1988—subject: nonsense poem based on early reptiles 428. Two friends, 1988—subject: based on author and Tor Brattland wandering around Bankhead 429. Near sunset, 1988—subject: musings based on Edward Thomas poem, “The Bridge” 430. Palliser Range, 1988—subject: musings based on Palliser Range seen from Banff 431. City, 1988—subject: vision of big city 432. In early May, 1988—subject: spring 433. Ballerina, 1988—subject: based on photo of Bea Lefroy seen in 1983 at her house on Buffalo Street, near cemetery; see poem # 41 434. Good morning, sir, 1988—subject: nonsense poem 435. What I saw, 1988—subject: interment, based on interment author witnessed in Old Banff Cemetery 436. Ambition, 1988—subject: wishful musings 437. Athenian girl, 1988—subject: imagining Greek statue 438. Vernal beauty, 1988—subject: spring evening 439. During the war, 1988—subject: Bill Peyto 440. Note to her, 1988—subject: author’s wedding in 1986; original and revision present 441. Fantasizing, 1988—subject: imagining success 442. Fairholme ridge, 1988—subject: musings 443. Hermione’s rodeo, 1988—subject: nonsense poem; original and two revisions present 444. Near Banff, 1946, 1988—subject: imagining young man hitchhiking to Calgary 445. The boulder, 1988—subject: quartzite boulder 446. Ordeal, 1988—subject: Mrs. Stone on Mt. Eon; see poems 134 and 43 447. Coelacanth, 1988—subject: “living fossil”, the coelacanth 448. The discovery, 1988—subject: finding fossil coelacanth 449. The cherry tree, 1988—subject: based on poster of cherry tree in blossom 450. Welcome back, 1988—subject: nonsense poem
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File contains the following poems: 1. The heron, 1970 – Subject: Nature. – Published in: Malahat Review, Number 20, October 1971; Around You Anthology, 1972 prize; Hints’n’prods Canadian Authors Association Magazine, 1976 2. When she walked by, 1970 – Subject: Love poem—published in Around You a…
Date Range
1970 - 1984
Reference Code
M196 / I / 1
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Gordon Burles fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Series
I : Poetry Manuscripts
Reference Code
M196 / I / 1
Date Range
1970 - 1984
Physical Description
2 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
File contains the following poems: 1. The heron, 1970 – Subject: Nature. – Published in: Malahat Review, Number 20, October 1971; Around You Anthology, 1972 prize; Hints’n’prods Canadian Authors Association Magazine, 1976 2. When she walked by, 1970 – Subject: Love poem—published in Around You anothology, 1972 3. Biskobad changes, 1971 – Subject: Fantasy poem—published in Around You anthology, 1972 4. Striving stone, 1971 – Subject: Garden fantasy – published in Around You Anthology, 1972 5. The children on the hill, 1971- subject: fantasy- published in Around You Anthology, 1972 6. The old cabin, 1972—subject: backcountry—published in Crag and Canyon, unknown date 7. Vision for vision, 1972—subject: fantasy—published in Storm Warning 2, ed. Al Purdy, 1975 8. With her, 1972—subject: love poem—published in Hints ‘n’ Prods, Canadian Authors Association , Calgary, 1976; revision and early version both present—published in Around You anthology, 1972 9. Rural roads, 1972—subject: love poem—published in Dandelion magazine, Calgary, 1977 10. Bill Peyto alone, 1972—subject : Bill Peyto—published in : Storm Warning 2, ed. Al Purdy, 1975; Canadian Alpine Journal, vol. 58, 1975; Western Profiles (textbook), Edmonton, 1979; Tales of the Canadian Rockies, Brian Patton ed., 1984 11. After the funeral, 1973—subject: love poem—published in Harbinger (OFY project), Calgary, 1973 12. Old Antophon remembers, 1973—subject: classical Greek—published in Storm Warning 2, ed. Al Purdy, 1975 13. A dream of moonlight, 1973—subject: fantasy—published in Hints ‘n’ Prods, Canadian Authors Association magazine, Calgary, 1976; Hon. Mention, Poets of Alberta contest, 1974 14. Night and day, 1974—subject: backcountry fantasy—published in The Whole Apple, U of Calgary, 1974 15. The road home, 1974—subject: love poem 16. She goes away, 1974—subject: love poem—published in Storm Warning 2, Al Purdy ed., 1975; also in A Sense of Place (textbook), Edmonton, 1979 17. Love lesson, 1974—subject: love poem—Hon. Mention, Poets of Alberta contest, 1974 18. We sat here, 1975—subject: hiking 19. The hike, 1978—subject: hiking—published in Dandelion magazine, Calgary, 1977 20. Reunion, 1978—subject: love poem—published in : CVII, spring 1983; Writing the Terrain anthology, U of Calgary Press, 2005; printed as Reunion (for Eleonora) in Those Grand Poplars 21. Plato in the twilight, 1982—classical Greek—published in CVII, spring 1983 22. The horsemen, 1982—subject: backcountry—revised in 2003; both versions present 23. Funeral, 1982—subject: funeral 24. Bill Peyto old, 1982—subject: Bill Peyto 25. Spring, 1982—subject: Spring 26. Testament to a lover, 1982—subject: love poem 27. A promise of mountain days, 1982—subject: love of mountains—part of Exceptional Pass art show at Whyte Museum 1982; written for that show 28. Banff, 1982—subject: Banff area 29. After the concert, 1982—subject: experience in winter—revised before publication in Lords of Many Orchards, 2003 30. Mountain camp, 1982—subject: backcountry camping—written for Skyline Hikers competition after camp at Sunset Pass; got honourable mention 31. New love, 1982—subject: love poem 32. The wedding, 1982—subject: wedding fantasy—revised before self-publication later 33. Old age, 1982—subject: Helen Wells of Banff 34. Seeing Mt. Cascade from the Spray River, 1982-- subject: wilderness 35. Lane Johnson returns to Banff, 1919, 1983—subject: war veteran 36. With Mr. Sanson, 1983—subject: Norman Sanson 37. The old alpinist, 1983—subject: old alpinist—published in Canadian Alpine Journal. Vol. 58, 1975 38. Meeting a former love, 1983—subject: love poem 39. Among the poplars, 1983—subject: nature 40. Daybreak, 1983—subject: dawn 41. The ballerina, 1983—subject: death—inspired by photo in house of Bea Lefroy on Buffalo Street 42. The first snow, 1983—subject : nature—revised for self-publication later; both versions present 43. Mrs. Stone remembers, 1984—subject: Mt. Eon tragedy 44. Summer moments, 1984—subject: summer 45. Old Mrs. Wheeler’s garden, 1984, 1985—subject: old age—inspired by Walter Painter’s widow; revised many times 46. At the Banff Springs Hotel, 1984—subject: evening at Banff Springs Hotel 47. Plato dying, 1984—classical Greece 48. Snowfall, 1984—subject: evening in winter 49. The hermit, 1984—subject : the hermit of Johnson’s Lake 50. At the Chateau Lake Louise, 1984—subject: experience at Chateau Lake Louise
Subject Access
Poetry
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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
Image of Mrs. Winthrop E. Stone cooking over a fire
Date Range
July 19, 1915
Reference Code
v14 / 25 / na66 - 118
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Negative, copy
  1 image  
Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V14
Reference Code
v14 / 25 / na66 - 118
GMD
Photograph
Negative, copy
Date Range
July 19, 1915
Physical Description
1 photograph : negative : copy negative
Scope & Content
Image of Mrs. Winthrop E. Stone cooking over a fire
Subject Access
Women
Discovery and Exploration
Environment and Nature
Sports and Recreation
Geographic Access
Alberta
British Columbia
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Letter of commendation

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Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Scope & Content
Image of a letter of thanks from Alpine Club of Canada to Bill Peyto on his rescue of Mrs. W. E. Stone after death of her husband on Mount Eon
Date Range
1922
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 825
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
  1 image  
Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
M36 / V683 / S37
Series
V683 / III / A / 15 : Peter and Catharine Whyte: Collected Photographs
Sous-Fonds
V683
Accession Number
.
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 825
GMD
Photograph
Date Range
1922
Physical Description
Photograph: 1 print ; b&w.
Scope & Content
Image of a letter of thanks from Alpine Club of Canada to Bill Peyto on his rescue of Mrs. W. E. Stone after death of her husband on Mount Eon
Name Access
Peyto, Bill
Subject Access
American Alpine Club
Commendation
Guides
Guiding
Mountaineering
Rescue
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on item
Processing Status
Processed
Images
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Byron Harmon fonds
Scope & Content
Various views from Harmon’s travels in China. Subjects include a palace and stone barge, labourers at docks, harbour scenes, sampans, sloops, junks, warships, market waterfront, business areas, beggars, rural scenes, water buffalo, village pagoda, huge barge, ploughing fields, Mrs. Pearl Harmon and…
Date Range
[ca.1926]
Reference Code
V263 / VI / NF - 11
Description Level
6 / Item
Part Of
Byron Harmon fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Series
V263 / VI / NF : Motion Pictures
Accession Number
3005
Reference Code
V263 / VI / NF - 11
Date Range
[ca.1926]
Physical Description
1 Motion Picture: 16 mm (1 film reel, ca.400', 11 min): acetate, b&w; silent.
Scope & Content
Various views from Harmon’s travels in China. Subjects include a palace and stone barge, labourers at docks, harbour scenes, sampans, sloops, junks, warships, market waterfront, business areas, beggars, rural scenes, water buffalo, village pagoda, huge barge, ploughing fields, Mrs. Pearl Harmon and sampan rowers, waterfront scenes.
Subject Access
Travel
China
Title Source
Title based on content of series
Content Details
[Harmon] “Peking #2” accn 3005 B&W [Harmon - “Peking No 2”]
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Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 39 b&w, prints. The prints pertain to Peter and Catharine's activities and interests. Prints include people like Dr. and Mrs. Duncan MacKenzie, Robin Peyto, Mrs. Holmes, George Nobel taking a photograph, an image of Mary Schaffer with Mrs. Harry Brett, Mrs Earl Brett and Mr. Robe…
Date Range
ca.1880 to ca.1935
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 809 to 848
Description Level
5 / File
Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M36 / V683 / S37
Series
V683 / III / A / 15 : Peter and Catharine Whyte: Collected Photographs
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 809 to 848
Date Range
ca.1880 to ca.1935
Physical Description
Photographs: 39 prints; b&w.
Scope & Content
File consists of 39 b&w, prints. The prints pertain to Peter and Catharine's activities and interests. Prints include people like Dr. and Mrs. Duncan MacKenzie, Robin Peyto, Mrs. Holmes, George Nobel taking a photograph, an image of Mary Schaffer with Mrs. Harry Brett, Mrs Earl Brett and Mr. Roberts, Fern Brewster with animal skulls, Jim Wardle with Stewart Clark, Byron Harmon, Phil Moore, Leslie Mather, Peter Whyte at the Cave and Basin during Winter Carnival, Walter Buxhaum at Jack Sinclair's cabin, a portraits of Jack Sinclair and Ike Herbert, and Constable Wark and Sargeant Casey Oliver in R.C.M.P. uniform. Other images are of Alf Capel with Tom Grant and Fred Grant on a porch, two First Nations women, an image of Anthracite, a written commendation from the American Alpine Club in regards to Bill Peyto helping Mrs. W.E. Stone. Other people include Cliff White, Dennis Mighall and Betty (Painter) Walker with Peter and Catharine Whyte at Norquay, Peter and Catharine on a hiking trip. Other images are of Tom Kaquitts, and Ben Kaquitts and his wife. Other First Nations images are from Tom Wilson's negatives and include Job Hunter and his wife, Tom (?) with a medal, John Hunter with his father George and his mother, Joshua and William Hunter (Twins) and grandson at Big Horn, Enos Hunter, George McLean, Ben Kaquitts, Old Dan Wildman and Young Dan Wildman standing together, George MacLean, george Kauitts, John Salter, Peter Ear, Lazarus red White Claw, William Wesley, Tom Simeon and Guy Soldier with bow and arrows, Enoch Wildman and two boys, Tom Kaquitts, some Stoney Nakoda at Kootenai Plains, the son and daughter of Jonas Benjamin, Mark Poucette, Chief Samson, Reverand R.B. Steinhauer, Reverand John McDougall, Chief Pakan, Chief Jonas Big Stoney. Some images are annotated with identification and stories.
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Title based on contents of file.
Processing Status
Processed
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"Mr. English's house"

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Part Of
Mary (Molly) Wright Adams fonds
Scope & Content
Image depicts small wooden and stone buildings surrounded by snow; mountains visible in the background.
Date Range
1904
Reference Code
V777 / II / PD - 1 / 28
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
  1 image  
Part Of
Mary (Molly) Wright Adams fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
V777
Series
V777 / II : Personal and collected records
Sous-Fonds
V777
Accession Number
2018.8685
Reference Code
V777 / II / PD - 1 / 28
GMD
Photograph
Date Range
1904
Physical Description
1 album page with one photograph
Scope & Content
Image depicts small wooden and stone buildings surrounded by snow; mountains visible in the background.
Subject Access
Family and personal life
Language
N/A
Creator
[Molly Wright Adams created the album]
Title Source
Original title used
Processing Status
Processed
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Topical research files, set 1

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Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Scope & Content
Sub-series consists mainly of biographical research files containing notes, transcripts and writing re individuals and families in the High River area and other ranching communities of southern Alberta
Date Range
[1956-1961]
Reference Code
LUX / II / B4 - 1 to 22
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Part Of
Luxton family fonds
Description Level
4 / Sub-series
Series
II.B.4. Professional : historical research
Sous-Fonds
II. Eleanor Luxton sous-fonds
Reference Code
LUX / II / B4 - 1 to 22
Responsibility
Files were created as part of Glenbow-Alberta Institute research projects, 1956-1961
Date Range
[1956-1961]
Physical Description
24 cm of textual records
Scope & Content
Sub-series consists mainly of biographical research files containing notes, transcripts and writing re individuals and families in the High River area and other ranching communities of southern Alberta
Access Restrictions
Reproduction may be restricted due to conservation concerns
Title Source
Title based on contents of sub-series
Content Details
LIST OF FILES (LUX / II / B4 - 1 to 22) :
B4 - 1
* Earl Adsit : 1 item
* James Aird : 1 item
* Alexanders of Two Dot : empty
* W. H. Allan : 1 item, re 50th wedding anniversary
* John Allan : 1 item; Staff Sergeant John Allan, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
* Bill Alley : 1 item
* Thomas Andrews : 1 item, re Thomas and Flora Andrews
* Sam P. Armstrong : 1 item; Regimental Tailor, Sergeant, North West Mounted Police
* Henry Arnett : 1 item
* William E de Chautiers Austin : 1 item; William Edmund de Chautiere Austin
* Harry Baines : 5 items, re Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hewitt Baines
* Thomas Baird : empty
* William Baird : 2 items, also includes Miss Pearl Baird
* I. G. Baker : 1 item, re daughter Frances Baker born in Fort Benton, Montana 1867
* A. A. Ballachey : 1 item; Alec Addington Ballachey
* Albert Edward Banister : 3 items, re Albert Edward and Helen Mary Banister
* Harold Banister : 2 items
* John J. Barter : empty
* Frank Bedingfeld & mother : 1 item
* Dr. Bedingfield : 1 item; Dr. Howard Ernest Bedingfield. Also includes Dr. John Smith Stewart, dentists
* Mrs. M. Begg : empty
* Robert A. Begg : 4 items, re Bob and Alex Begg
* Andrew Bell : 1 item, re Andy Bell
* Billy Bews : 1 item
* James G. Bews : 6 items, re Sullivan Creek Ranch. One item is notes on Jim Bews and Sullivan Ranch in Lenore Bews Grade 6 school notebook
* Big Rock School : empty
B4 - 2
* Dave Blacklock : 1 item
* Alec S. Blackwood : 2 items, re Mr. and Mrs. Alec S. Blackwood
* Jack & George Blake : 6 items; John (Jack) S. Blake
* George Blake NWMP : 1 item; Sergeant George (Kid) Blake, North West Mounted Police
* Charlie Blazier : 1 item, re Charlie "The Wolfer" Blazier, antelope rancher
* Bliss brothers : empty
* Blunt & Holmes : 1 item, re Dave Blunt and "Bar D" Holmes
* James N. Bond : 1 item
* William M. Bond : 2 items, re Bond family
* Tom Boulton : 3 items; Thomas Boulton
* Jerry Boyce : 1 item
* Levi Bradley : 2 items, re buffalo bone hunts, leather business
* Harry Brayne : 3 items
* Frank Brazil : empty
* Menno, Harvey & Edgar Bricker : 5 items
* Bridges, Albert : empty
* Stephen Bridges : empty
* Peter Briggs : empty
* R. N. Broderick : 2 items; Richard N. Broderick
* Edmund Forster Brown : 3 items, also includes Annora Brown
* Jean Brown : empty
* Jebb Brown : 1 item; Sergeant Jebb Brown, North West Mounted Police
* Joseph Harrison Brown : 4 items, aka "Seven U" Brown
B4 - 3
* Sam Brown : 2 items (B4-3)
* Sylvester J. Brown : 2 items; forest ranger
* Dave Bryant : empty
* Elizabeth J. Bryce : 1 item; Elizabeth Jane Bryce
* Henry & Mary Anne Bryce : 2 items
* William Bryce : 4 items, re Mr. and Mrs. William Bryce
* George A. Burchet : 1 item; George Alfred Burchet
* Edward Burke : 2 items, re Burke family
* Patrick Burns : 1 item; Senator Patrick Burns
* Mr. Butler : 1 item, re Mr. and Mrs. Butler
* James Byron : empty
* [Caldwell] : 1 item
* Duncan Cameron : 1 item
* John Cameron : empty
* Kenneth Cameron : empty
* John Carmichael : empty
* H. Walter Carpenter : empty
* James H. Carr : empty
* Mrs. Carr : empty
* Henry Carroll : 2 items
* Mr. & Mrs. E. A. Cartwright : 3 items; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Aubrey Cartwright
* Hugh Cayley : 1 item; Hugh Quentin Cayley
B4 - 4
* Charles Clark, Sr. : 3 items, re founder and editor of the High River Times
* Louis B. Cochrane : 1 item
* [Mr. Collier] : 1 item
* F. N. Comstock : 2 items; Francis Norman Comstock
* Joe Comstock : 1 item, re Comstock family, including Joe, Frank, Richard (Dick), Fred and Albert
* William W. Conklin : 1 item; re William (Billy) Wallace Conklin
* J. H. Connell : 2 items, re Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Harry) Henry Connell
* John Thomas Cooper : empty
* William Cousins : 1 item
* W. R. Cox : 1 item; And cattle died by the thousands : [excerpt from W. R. Cox' diary], 1889
* Coyote Pete : 1 item, re catching coyotes
* John Crawford : 1 item, re Jack Crawford
* Finlay Creighton : 1 item, re Creighton family
* A. E. Cross : 3 items, re Alfred Ernest Cross, Cross family, reminiscences of roundup 1887
* Crowfoot : 1 item; Chief Crowfoot, Blackfoot Indian Chief
* J. C. Cuffling : 1 item; John Coleman Cuffling
* John Currie : 1 item, re John Currie family
* [Robert Currie] : 1 item
* William Cust : 1 item, re wheat farmers
* E. A. Dagget : 1 item; Earnest Austin Daggett
B4 - 5
* Harold Daly : 2 items, re Harold Mayne Daly and life at the Bar-U Ranch in the 1890s
* Peter John Danielson : 1 item
* Harry Darrigan : 1 item
* H. E. Denning : 2 items, re Harry Denning and family
* Milton Doty : 1 item, re Milton Dody, adventurer
* J. W. Douglas : 3 items, excerpts from J. W. Douglas' diary 1886
* Charles L. Douglass : 1 item
* L. A. Douglass : 1 item; Wagon Wheels a Squeaking / L. A. Douglass : [poem]
* Dunbow : 3 items, re Dunbow School, St. Joseph's Indian Industrial School
* Pat Eagen : 1 item; Sergeant Pat Egan, North West Mounted Police, horse thieves
* James Eberly : 2 items, re Mr. and Mrs. James Eberly
* Mrs. J. A. Eckersley : 1 item, re pioneer women, George "Joe" Eckersley, stone quarry owner and contractor
* A. H. Eckford : 3 items; Herbert Eckford
* Bob Edwards, The Eye Opener : 8 items; Robert Chambers Edwards
* [Pat Egan] : 1 item; Detective Pat Egan: Bad medicine for horse thieves
B4 - 6
* John Eide : 1 item
* Joseph Rushton Emery : 2 items
* Fallow family history : 1 item; As I remember it / Myrtle Fallow Cuyler, 43p
* Mr & Mrs Thomas Field : empty
* Mary Jane Findlay : empty
* Fisher : 1 item
* Mr. E. Fisk : 1 item, re Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fisk
* May Flanagan : 7 items, includes 4 photographs
* Alexander Fleming : 2 items, re "Mutiny" Fleming, North West Mounted Police
* Comtesse de Foras : 1 item; Father was Brazilian Ambassador to the Court of Belgium
* Foreign reference : empty
B4 - 7
* E. Forrester diary : 1 item; January to December 1889, North West Mounted Police camp life, 39p
* A. S. H. Fowler : 1 item, re road construction east of Banff
* L. A. Fowler : 2 items
* Johnny Franklin : 1 item, re famous horseman
* A. H. Fraser : 1 item; A. H. Fraser, Surgeon-General
* Duncan Grahame Fraser : 3 items; Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Grahame Fraser, a war story 1918
* Emma L. Fraser : 1 item, re Emma Louise Fraser
* Lafunette French : 2 items, re Lafayette French, prospector for the Lemon Mine
* A. Gardner : 1 item
* W. C. Gardner : 5 items; William C. Gardner
* Gervais : 1 item, re Gervais brothers: Louis, Guillaume, Adrien and Romain
* William Gilmore : empty
* John Glendenning : 1 item, re John M. Glendenning, round-ups
* E. W. Godsal : empty
* Frank Gough : 4 items, includes newspaper clipping January 15, 1930
* Edwin W. Gould : 1 item
B4 - 8
* Mrs. Marvin Graves : 1 item
* Donald Gray : 3 items
* Paddy Green : 2 items, re piano
* Alexander Robinson Greig : 1 item
* George Greig : 1 item; "Geordy" Greig
* James Allan Greig : 1 item; James Alan "Sam" Greig
* Octavius & Ronnie Greig & George Sage : 1 item
* A. B. Hamilton : 3 items, re Fort Whoop Up
* Frank Hamilton : empty
* John Hamilton : 1 item
* Walter Hanson & wife : 7 items; Walter Theodore Hanson and Ruth Hanson
* James Hargrave : 1 item, re irrigated vegetables
* [Charles W. S. Harkness] : 1 item
* Lilly Harper : 1 item, aka Mrs. George Harper
* Howell Harris : 1 item, re Gabriel Dumont's rescue of Harris
* Francis John Hartell : empty
* Jane Havens : 2 items, re life on the Duke of Sutherland's farm 1911; covered wagon family
* Bayard L. Hayes : 2 items; Bayard Leverett Hayes
* John J. Healy : 4 items, re John Jerome Healy, Fort Whoop Up
* Harry Hemus : 1 item
* Mrs. Tom Henry : 1 item, re Mrs. Thomas Henry, pioneer woman
B4 - 9
* William Henry : 6 items, re William (Billy) Henry and Agnes Baird Henry; Billy Henry trailed beef to Dawson City, 1898, and was wagon boss for Bar-U Ranch
* Mike Herman : 1 item
* A. Herr : 4 items, re Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herr
* William Stewart Herron : 1 item, re pioneer oilman, Turner Valley
* Fred Hicks : 1 item
* Mrs. I. J. Hicks : empty
* Ted Hill : 1 item
* Col. W. C. Hitchener : 1 item, re 27 years of auctioneering in Alberta
* George Hoadley : 4 items; Provincial Cabinet Minister
* Sam R. Hodson : 3 items; newspaperman
* Mrs. Hogge : 4 items, re Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hogge
* W. E. G. & W. E. M. Holmes : 2 items, also includes Janet Holmes (aka Mrs. W. E. G. Holmes)
B4 - 10
* Sam Howe : 1 item
* Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Hull : 7 items; Mr. and Mrs. William Roper Hull
* Hunt & Watt : empty
* [Billy Hyde] : 1 item
* W. J. Iken : empty
* Jim & John Ingram : 6 items, also includes Douglas, Hugh and Oliver Ingram
* Fred Ings : 1 item; Ranching in Alberta / F. W. Ings : [manuscript], 36p
* James W. Ings : 2 items, re Mr. and Mrs. James Walter Ings
* John Innis : 1 item
* William Irvine : 1 item, re Billy Irvine
* John Alexander Irving, P. H. Irving : 3 items; Percy Harold Irving
* Mrs. William Jackson : 1 item
* Frances G. Jameson : 1 item; Frances Grace Jameson
* Ed Johnson, 2 items
* George Hope Johnston : 1 item
B4 - 11
* J. H. Johnston : 4 items; James (Jimmy) H. Johnston
* John (Liver Eating) Johnson : 2 items
* Thomas Wesley Kadey : 4 items
* H. A. Kanouse : 1 item
* James Kipp : 2 items
* Charles Knox : 1 item; Charles T. G. Knox
* Fred Kuck : 1 item
* Joe Lamar : 2 item
* James Lambert : 1 item; James F. Lambert
* George Lane : 8 items
* Thomas "Paddy" Langford : empty
* Edwin Larkin : empty
* Lavers : 1 item
* Isaac Laycraft : 1 item
* Joseph Limoges : 1 item
* The Linehams : 3 items
B4 - 12
* Sam Livingstone : 5 items
* Thomas Long : 1 item
* Harry Longbaugh : empty
* Tom Lynch : empty
* The Macabees to Dec 31/58 : 2 items
* D. C. Macdonald : empty
* Alexander MacDougall : 1 item; Alexander Peter MacDougall
* William MacDougall : 2 items; William C. MacDougall, also includes Frank Shier
* George Edmund Mack : 1 item
* Roderick R. Macleay : 6 items
* James F. Macleod : 1 item; Colonel James Farquharson Macleod
B4 - 13
* Edward Marsden : 7 items; aka Edmund Marston
* [Ed Martin] : 1 item
* P A Matheson : 1 item
* Ed McArthur : 1 item
* Mrs. S. J. McBee : empty
* Mrs. McCorquodale : 3 items; Mrs. Alexander Yound McCorquodale
* Mrs. Margaret McCorrister : 1 item
* Big Jim McDonough : 1 item
* Alexander McDougall : empty
* Peter McElroy : empty
* John H. McEwan : 4 items
* Frank McHugh : 2 items
* Duncan McIntosh : 3 items; Duncan S. McIntosh
* W. M. McIntosh : 3 items; William Murray McIntosh
* McIntosh, Walter Wilde : 1 item, also includes Charles Edgar McIntosh
B4 - 14
* McIntyre Ranch (B. McIntyre) : 1 item; Billie MCIntyre : [article], 29p, re William H. "Billie" McIntyre
* John McKeage : 3 items
* Mrs. R. G. McKeage : 1 item
* J. W. McLaughlin "Shorty" : 3 items; John Wesley McLaughlin
* Tom McMaster : empty
* [Robert John McNamee] : 1 item
* Addison McPherson : 4 items
* Duncan McPherson : 1 item
* Alexander McRae : 3 items
* John Stewart McTavish : 1 item
* Charles F. Meadows : 1 item; Charles Francis Meadows
* The Meinsingers : 1 item, re Jim Meinsinger family
* Thomas Albert Merriam : 1 item
* Herb Millar : 5 items; Herbert William Millar / Miller
B4 - 15
* Malcolm Millar : 1 item; Malcolm T. Millar
* Joe Miller : 1 item
* Charles Wesley Minue : empty
* James & Robert Mitchell : 1 item
* J. H. Monkman : 2 items, re James Hamilton Monkman, Marla Monkman and family
* The Mont Head Ranch : 1 item
* Wm. Moodie : 1 item
* Mr. Moody : 1 item
* Donald Morrison : 1 item, also includes Grace McRae Morrison
* Rev. Wm. Morrison : 1 item; Reverend William Morrison
* Dan Mott : 1 item
* Alphouse Mounkes : 2 items; Alphuse (Al) Calvin Mounkes
* Charles Nash : 1 item
* Fred Nash : 1 item
* Nelson : empty
* James Alexander Nesbitt : 1 item; aka Alex Nesbitt
* Dr. Charles S. Noble : 8 items; Dr. Charles Sherwood Noble, also includes Margaret Naomi Noble
* Paddy Nolan : 2 items; P. J. Nolan
* [Jack Norish] : 1 item, notes by son, S. H. Norish
* John D. Norrish : 1 item
* Dr. Oliver : 1 item
* Hon. Frank Oliver : empty
* [Guy Pallister] : 1 item
* Billy Parker : 1 item
* Charlie Parks : 1 item
B4 - 16
* Alexander Patterson : 1 item
* [John J. (Jack) Petterson] : 1 item
* A. C. Tucker Peach : 1 item
* William J. Pender : 3 items
* Mrs. Vern Peterson : 1 item
* A. Pettibone : 1 item
* Pettipiece : empty
* Bert Pierson : 2 items
* Place names : 1 item, report re Alberta places names, 15p
* William Podger : 4 items
* "Scotty" Porteous : 2 items; David "Scotty" Porteous
* Mr. Porter : 1 item
* Isaac Potter : 1 item, also pertains to Pettipiece
* Jerry Potts : 3 items
* Charlie Priddis : 2 items
* [Priest family] : 1 item
* John Quirk : empty
* Thomas Raycraft : 1 item
* Walter Renard : 1 item
B4 - 17
* Senator Dan Riley : 17 items (.5 cm), includes manuscript re the Lost Lemon Mine by Dan Riley, ca.1946
* Ezekiel Roberts : 1 item
* Harry Robertson : 2 items, also includes Hugh Robertson and Edgar Robertson
* Thomas Wilkinson Robertson : 1 item
* R. T. Rod : empty
* The Rodgers brothers : 1 item
* Ada Rowland : 3 items, also includes Mabel Rowland
* Andy Rowles : 4 items; Andrew Reuban Rowles, also includes Thomas Rowles
B4 - 18
* Charles Russell : 3 items
* Rev. J. H. Ruttan : 1 item
* Ryan : 2 items
* Asa P. Samples : 2 items, also includes Daniel Samples
* Samson & Harford : empty
* James F. Sanderson : 2 items
* Charles Schack : 1 item
* [Ted Schintz and Janet Kay Schintz] : 1 item
* Mr. & Mrs. J. Lem Sexsmith : 9 items, also includes Robert E. Fisk, Edward Fisk and Mrs. J. H. (Lillian) Sutherland
* John Sexsmith : 3 items, also includes Mrs. Jane Sexsmith
* Marston Sexsmith : 2 items
* Miss Shackley : 1 item, poem: Legend of the Hand Hills, 1p
* Mrs. Charles Shattuck : 1 item
* Hugh Murray Shaw : 1 item
* Mrs. H. Sheppard : 1 item, excerpts from Mrs. H. (Isabell) Sheppard's diary, 1893
* Henry F. Sheppard : empty
* Henry Norman Sheppard : 2 items
* Frank Shier : 2 items
B4 - 19
* Charles C. Short : 14 items (1.5cm), also includes Joseph William Short, Charles Conklin Short, Edith Emma Short (McIntosh), Julia Anna (Lulu) Short (Asher), William Hall Short
B4 - 20
* John Slade : 1 item
* Buck Smith : 2 items; Jasper "Buck" Smith
* Henry Smith : 1 item
* Orville H. Smith : 1 item; aka Buster Smith
* Albert B. Snider : 1 item; Albert Bricker Snider
* Mr. & Mrs. J. Snyder : 1 item; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Snyder
* Dick Spackman : 1 item
* John Speers : 1 item
* Harry Spurrier : 1 item
* Dr. G. D. Stanley : 2 items; Dr. George D. Stanley
* Vin Stanley : 1 item
* Mr. & Mrs. R. J. C. Stead : 1 item
* Alexander G. Stewart : 5 items, also includes Martha Stewart
* Howard Stewart : empty
* James Stewart : empty
* William B. Stitt : 2 items
* Harry Streeter : 1 item
* Charles Stubbs : 1 item
* David Suitor : 1 item, also includes William Suitor and John Suitor
* Samuel Suitor : 1 item
* John Sullivan : 7 items, re John J. Sullivan, Barbara Harkley Sullivan (Hicks) and family
* Bill Summers : 2 items; William Summers
* Duke of Sutherland : empty
B4 - 21
* Percy Taylor : 1 item
* Jack Thomas : 1 item
* Robert Cadogan Thomas : 1 item
* Mrs. A. E. Thompson : 1 item
* Alexander William Thompson : 3 items, also includes Annie Isabell Thompson
* John V. Thomson : 3 items
* [Thomas John Thompson] : 1 item
* Thomas Thomson : 2 items, also includes Mrs. Thomas Thomson
* The Thorburns : 1 item; Captain William Thorburn and David Thorburn
* Thorburn, William : empty
* Wilfred Bevan Thorne and Milton Thorne : 4 items
* John Thorp : 3 items
* James Elmer Tillotson : empty
* Robert, James and John Turner : 1 item
* [Mr. Tweed] : 1 item
* Walter & Agrippa Vine : 2 items
* Vulcan : empty
* Mr. & Mrs Walter Wake : 1 item
* Charles & Noah Wakeford : 3 items
* Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Wallace : 3 items
* Mr. Walton : 1 item
* John Ware : 9 items
* James Henry Wark : 1 item, re Susan Mildred Wark
B4 - 22
* John Cook Warren : 1 item
* Frank Watt : 1 item
* Walter Langmuir Watt : 1 item
* Guy Weadick : 5 items
* Phil Weinard : 3 items, includes History of the Highwood River from 1882 - 1898 / Philip Weinard, 12p
* A. P. Welsh : 1 item
* Westropp brothers : 2 items; R. W. "Dick" Westrop and Harry Westropp
* Mr. & Mrs. E. R. Wilder : 2 items; Everard Raphael (Bert) Wilder and Bertha Wilder
* Mr. & Mrs. James Williams : 1 item
* Mrs. H. H. Wilson : 1 item
* Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Wilson : 4 items; John H. Wilson
* Slim Woods : 2 items
* Mrs. Herschel Wright : 1 item
* Alex Wyndham : 1 item
* Beatrice Wyndham : 1 item
* Mrs. S. F. York : 1 item; Ella York, aka Mrs. Stanley York
* Robert Young : 1 item
TOTAL FILES: 372
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