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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Blueprints
Description Level
1 / Fonds
GMD
Textual record
Blueprint
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Fonds Number
M 486
V152
Series
Inventory listing only
Sous-Fonds
M486
V152
Accession Number
n/a
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Blueprints
GMD
Textual record
Blueprint
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Name Access
Crosby, Gertrude
Crosby, Lou
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Language
English
Creator
Crosby, Louis S.
Crosby, Gertrude
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Blueprints: Blueprints for garage and conservatory (rolled) A4 envelope w blueprints of garage and extension Blueprint of Dennyplane Junior (damaged) Blueprint of Banff cemetry
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 1
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 1
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing:
M486 / V152 Crosby House Archival Material Box 1 Crosby House – Office Closet Prints, loose Film negatives, panoramas Art booklet Correspondence Lantern slides Cheque register – Lou Crosby Glass negatives Matted portraits Framed prints
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 10
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 10
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 10 Crosby House - Crosby Boys’ Room – 16mm motion picture films California Unedited 1944/45 Autumn Winter Scenery Flowers Jamaica Eastern Canada England Lake Louise to Jasper California ?Doug’s family? unidentified Florida Empty Canister Hawaii unidentified (2 notes inside – Deer Lodge, Calgary Stampede…) Royal Military 1 reel 1 empty reel 4 – 3D paper eye glasses
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 11
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 11
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 11 Crosby House – Office Closet – Slides Tray #5 1958-59 Africa Tray #6 Africa Tray #3 1958-59 Africa Tray #4 1958-59 Africa Tray #1 1958-59 Africa Tray #2 1958-59 Africa Tray #7 1958-59 Africa Tray #8 1958-59 Africa Tray #9 1958-59 Africa West Indie? Tray #1 Round the World Tray #7 Round the World Tray #11 Round the World Tray #2 Round the World Tray #9 Round the World Tray #3 Round the World Tray #10 Round the World Tray #5 Round the World Tray #12 Round the World Tray #6 Round the World Tray #13 Round the World Tray #8 Round the World ? ? [Probably the same series as above] Tray #4 Round the World 1 box slides Mar 1/57 Duplicates 1 box slides India and Turkey LSC 1 box slides Colorado 1 box slides 1957 LSC Banff Winter 1 box slides 1957 Family
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 12
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 12
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 12 Crosby House – Upstairs – Slides [likely travel slides] 2 trays in box unlabelled slides 4 tray boxes unlabelled slides 2 carousel slides – unlabelled 1 half-filled with printed insert on Nepal carousel slides – unlabelled 1 carousel slide vol.2 1971 Thailand – India – Kashmir 2 empty tray slides 2 boxes of slides – unlabelled 1 carousel of slides - unlabelled
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 13
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 13
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 13 Crosby House – Boys’ Room – Metal File Cabinet (A-P) Textual files including subject titles like: antennas, automobile, chemistry, correspondence courses, helicopters, handicrafts, organs – sorted by manufacturer etc…
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 14
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 14
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 14 Crosby House – Boys’ Room – Metal File Cabinet (P-Z) Textual files
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 15
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 15
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 15 Crosby House – Boys’ Room – 16mm motion picture films, slides, prints 1 16mm film approx. 1955 1 16mm film approx. 1949 1 16mm film approx. 1954 1 16mm film approx. 1954 1 16mm film approx. 1954 1 16mm film approx. 1941 “Good Scenery” 1 16mm film approx. 1951 1 16mm film approx. 1951 1 16mm film “Mt.Rushmore, sheep, house in snow” 1 16mm film 1 16mm film Maligne [?] 1 16mm film approx. 1954 1 16mm film Guatemala, Yucatan 1 16mm film approx. 1955 1 16mm film approx. 1955 1 16mm film approx. 1954 1 16mm film approx. 1955 1 16mm film approx. 1953 Guatemala City and Chichicastenango 1 box gift wrapped but not opened nut cracker 2 packets of loose slides wrapped in paper 1 box transparencies/slides – New Delhi 1 box transparencies/slides – Tokyo 1 box transparencies/slides – Hong Kong and Japan 1 box transparencies/slides – China 1 box transparencies/slides – India and Istanbul 1 box transparencies/slides – New Delhi 1 box transparencies/slides – Japan Tea 1 box transparencies/slides – Naples Pompeii 1 box transparencies/slides – Greece and Rome 1 box transparencies/slides – Japan Kyoto 1 box transparencies/slides –Bangkok Industry 1 box transparencies/slides – India 1 box transparencies/slides – India and Elephants 3 boxes transparencies/slides – unlabelled 1 box transparencies/slides – Hong Kong 1 box transparencies/slides – Klongs of Bangkok 1 box transparencies/slides – Tokyo 5 booklets of Famous Players Theatre admission tickets 1 box of transparencies/slides – Japan Bath 1 box of transparencies/slides – Athens and Istanbul 1 box of transparencies/slides – Acropolis 1 box transparencies/slides – Reclining Buddha and Thailand 1 box transparencies/slides – Agra 1 box transparencies/slides – Bangkok 1 box transparencies/slides – Bangkok and Delhi 3 rolls Kodachrome – unused 1 brochure “Around the World – Departing Oct 1, 1967” with Larry McKinnis 1 Envelope of 3 slides from Larry McKinnis labeled “Crosby” 1 Envelope of prints and slides – travel 1 gift certificate for car wash at Automatic Car Wash 1 wallet ? travel portfolio ? for Fred Crosby and includes an identification card and a letter of introduction by CIBC, 1950. 1 bag (very deteriorated and was discarded) containing numerous 16mm motion picture films: 1 box of film “leader strip” 1 box of film Johnson Canyon, tepees and first nations, Takkakaw Falls, Bobby Jones, 1947 1 box of film “leader strip” 1 reel with small amount of 16mm film loaded 1 box of film “New Ski Tow” 1 box of film unlabelled 1 box of film University of California, Berkeley 1 box of film b&w skiing 1 box of film “Fire Minnewanka” 1 box of film Guatemala, Atitlan to Laos 1 box of film Tepees, Indian Events 1 box of film [?] Marj and Mrs. Warren – family 1 box of film [?] Nita and Riki at Lake Louise approx. 1950 1 box of film Bow Falls, Golf Course, Gardens, Clouds 2 boxes of film Scenery 1 box film Frank Slide 1 box film unlabelled 1 box film Revelstoke Falls, Maple Tree, Nanaimo, Campbell River, Mt. Baker, Malahat, Marion and Daddy, Beacon Hill, Park Victoria, Totem Poles, Victoria 1 box of film Lake Louise 1 box of film Lake Louise Train, Agnes, Scenery to Lake Louise, Temple-sunset 1 box of film Kim and Jan – Maligne 1 box of film Nita and Richie ** Many of these films were in Associated Screen News boxes and were shipped to ASN from the Crosby’s. 1 box of film – skating Edmonton 1 box of film – Lake Louise 1 box of film – Lake Louise, Lost Lake 1 box of film – Redwoods, Trees of Mystery 1952, cats 1 box of film – mailed from Sunshine Ski Lodge c/o Brewster Transportation to Canadian Kodak Co. 1 box of film – Lake Louise 1948, Indians and Castle Mountain 2 box of film – unlabelled 1 box of film – Farming 1 box of film “Honolulu Pieces” 1 box of film – 1947 Grand Coulee Dam, Stevens Pass, House in Vancouver 1 box of film – Trail Riders – Start Bow Falls
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 16
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 16
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 16 Crosby House – Boys’ Room – Notes School 1947 Souvenir Booklet belonging to Fred Crosby “The Fraternity House” includes banquet invitation to the Cornell University Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and photograph, b&w of Student’s Round Table 2 manuals – “Manual for National Posting Machine in Hotel Front Offices” “Operating Instructions for the National Posting Machine for Hotel Front Offices” F.L. Crosby materials: Binder with course notes on Hotel Management Hotel Engineering 262 & 263 Course Work and Exercises Hotel Engineering 266 Course Work and Exercises Hotel Engineering 261 Course Work and Exercises Manila envelope containing: Invitation for cocktails from the Captain of RMS Empress of Britain to Mr. F.L. Crosby Daily programs for Canadian Pacific Empress of Britain Dinner menu CP Empress of Britain Banff Springs Hotel Menus approx. 1956 Empress of Britain Gala Night 1957 Menu CP Passenger List Entertainment Programs 2 Invitations to Mr. F. Crosby: Captain’s invitation to his quarters and Captain’s invitation to cocktails 1 notepaper containing recipes for rose petal wine and potato champagne Newspaper clipping for cheesecake recipes Publications related to War Food Administration: Publication – “Purchasing Processed Fruits and Vegetables,”1945 Publication – “Meat Carving Made Easy” Publication – “Using the Home Freezer,” 1944 Publication – “The Home Freezing of Farm Products,” 1946 Publication – “Freezing to Preserve Home-Grown Foods,” 1945 Publication – “The Cooking of Frozen Foods,” 1943 Publication – “Foods from the Freezer,” 1946 Publication – “The Cooking of Frozen Foods,” 1943 Publication – “Building a Home Freezer,” 1947 Publication – “An Accounting System for a Frozen Food Locker Plant,” 1944 Publication – “Betty Crocker Method Streamlined Prize Cakes” 2 Publications – “Knox Gelatin” recipes Brochure – “How to Control Bats” Publication – “Common Insects of the Household,” 1931 Correspondence and Pamphlet related to portable motion picture equipment F.L. Crosby WSC Hotel & Business Administration 3-ring binder course notes Duo-tang binder – “National Posting and Control Machine for Hotel Guest Accounts” FHR 1947 “Student Sample Final Questions” Hotel Eng. Exam Recipes and Syllabus for New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University
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Crosby family manuscripts and visual materials inventory

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Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 17
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Part Of
Crosby family fonds
Description Level
1 / Fonds
Series
Inventory listing only
Reference Code
M486 / V152 / Box 17
Date Range
ca.1895-1975
Physical Description
1 Box
History / Biographical
The Crosby family of Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada was involved with the development and operation of businesses at Lake Louise from 1923, when Louis S. and Gertrude Crosby built the Lake Louise Trading Company, a general store and dining room. Over the years they acquired Deer Lodge (1924); Triangle Inn, the YWCA and Inglenook Lodge (1941); and operated a gas station (1926). Deer Lodge was expanded in 1925, 1931, 1939, 1941 and staff quarters were added. Gertrude Crosby managed the businesses, while Lou Crosby was involved with Brewster Transport Company from 1907 to 1964. From 1947 until his death in 1964, Crosby was President of Brewster's and prior to that had handled the financial operations for the firm. The Crosby family was actively involved with the Banff Winter Carnival.
Scope & Content
Fonds consists of textual & visual records of several members of the Crosby family.
Subject Access
Family
commercial
Education
sports & leisure
tourism
Mountaineering
Travel
Title Source
Title based on contents of fonds
Content Details
Inventory listing: Box 17 – Crosby House – Boy’s Room Red ring bound ledger A5 envelope: Cheque stubs and bank balance printouts in bundles Payslips from Brewster Transport Co. Cheque stubs from Canadian Life Assurance Information for shareholders from various companies: Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Co., Bell telephone Company, Group Income Shares ltd., International Nickel Company of Canada. Bills and reciepts A5 notebook Blank memo book Blank reciept forms Calender pages Telegrams to Deer Lodge letters Fred L. Crosby biography (typed and drafts¬) Index for general ledger Tax forms Reciepts Publication: “Income tax Deductions at source” Revenue Canada, 1980 Instruction manual: Sharp electronic calculator Sealed envelope from Cornell University Cornell alumni letter (in envelope) Insurance policy: Royal Insurance Canada Method statement x2: “Specification for an hotel addtion to Deer Lodge, Lake Louise, Alberta”, Rule, Wynn & Rule Architects & Engineers (and correspondence) Bundles of blank cheques and bank balances A4 Envelope: Print: Stamps on displsy Certificate: Gold Award from the Candian Philatelic Society awarded to L.Crosby, 1956 Certificate: Grand Award from the Canadian Philatelic Society awarded to L.Crosby, 1956 List of exhibitors for the annual convention & exhibition of the British Noth American Philatelic Society, 1956 Cutting: “Today’s theatre guide” Calgary herald, 1958 Correspondence Print & Neg: Stamp display (in envelope) Cutting: “Stamp collectors meeting in Red Deer”, Edmonton Journal, oct 1956 Cutting: “Stamp Show topped by PEI collection”, Calgary Herald, oct 26 1956 A4 envelope: Publication: “Jarett’s B.N.A Record” newsletter, 1930 -31 Publication: “Manitoba Law Stamps” Publication: “The Law stamps of British Columbia”, J.A Caulder Publication: “Postage Stamps of the British North American Colonies”, J.M. Chute A4 Envelope: correspondence Print: 2x PEI boat crew Print: 2 x boats Newsletter: “A Review 1954-55” Robson Lowe ltd. Stamp auctioneers Map: Fiji Island Biographies of L.Crosby (typed and handwritten) Shareholder information for El Paso Natural Gas Company (in envelope) Red plastic wallet: Death certificate of L.Crosby Correspondence and documents relating to the estate of L.Crosby Red plastic wallet: 6 A4 files relating to Deer Lodge: construction, plumbing, accounts e etc. A4 envelope: Map: 3x Air survey map of Glacier National Park Map Index of B.C. Publication: “The asquisition of Crown Land in British Columbia”, Land Series bulletin No.11 (in envelope)
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