Fonds 032 Campbell family fonds

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1867-1999. — 73 cm of textual records. — 1,715 photographs. — 103 slides — 1643 negatives. — 24 artistic drawings. — 31 postcards — 30 cards. — 7 maps.


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Biographical Sketch

Clyde and Myrle Campbell settled in the Peace Country with their 12 year old daughter Isabel in 1919. The move to the Halcourt area, south of Beaverlodge in the Peace River Country, was made after Clyde needed a less stressful environment after a bout with the Spanish Influenza in 1918.

Clyde Edridge Campbell was born May 18, 1885 in Toledo, Ohio. He had the ability to become a concert pianist but instead studied to be a pharmacist. He graduated from Ohio Northern University and ran a drugstore in Sundance, Wyoming. In 1906 he married Myrtle (Myrle) McGuire, who was born January 10, 1885. Their only child, Isabel May Campbell, was born March 18, 1907 in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

When Isabel was five years of age, Clyde returned to university to study metallurgy. After the completion of this course, he moved the family to Louisville Kentucky where he worked as a research engineer, then back to Toledo in 1916 when he took a position with the Overland Auto Company in metallurgy.

In 1918 Clyde joined the Ordnance Division of the American War Department as a travelling supervisor of ammunition manufacturing sites, often travelling into Canada to do his job. After being very sick with the flu, Clyde was forced to give up this career and began to look towards Canada as a future with less stress on his nervous system. In 1919 he made a visit to the Peace Country and was so impressed by the quiet beauty and the potential of the land, that he decided to stake a homestead claim in the Elmworth area. Isabel and her mother came to join him later that year. For nine years the family homesteaded in Halcourt, but in 1928 they were forced to return to Toledo, Ohio, because of Clyde’s ill health. He died in 1930 and was buried in the Toledo Cemetery.

Myrle Campbell remained in the U.S. until she married Franklin T. Brewer, a one-time neighbour on the homestead, on July 8, 1945. She returned to the Elmworth area and lived there until her death on October 9, 1964. She was buried in the Halcourt Cemetery.

Isabel remained in the U.S. until 1951, when she returned to the Peace River Country. She worked first at the Beaverlodge research station, then as a reporter for the Daily Herald Tribune, writing regular history columns such as “What’s In A Name” and “This Was Yesterday”.

Miss Campbell has made numerous contributions to preserving the history of the Peace Country. She featured a daily radio program entitled “Heritage” on CJXX. She gathered archival material for preservation from organizations, government, social groups and individuals. Painstakingly, she indexed and cross-indexed all articles in Grande Prairie newspapers from 1913 to 1961 for research purposes. This information is preserved at the Grande Prairie Public Library.

Using her carefully amassed collection, Miss Campbell published Grande Prairie–Capitol of the Peace for the city’s 10th anniversary in 1968, edited Pioneers of the Peace which was published in 1975, and provided substantial information to historian J.G. MacGregor for the publication of Grande Prairie in 1983, the city’s 25th anniversary. In 1988, her father’s letters from the Peace Country to family in the USA were published in Challenge of the Homestead.

Miss Campbell has received recognition for her efforts to preserve the history of the Peace Region: In 1983, she received the Alberta Achievement Award for the preservation of history; in 1985 she was nominated for the Sir Frederick Haultain Prize which is presented to individuals who have attained exceptionally high standings in the arts, sciences and humanities; and in 1988, she received the George Repka Award for community contributions in arts, culture and social areas.

Isabel was also dedicated to establishing community facilities for the preservation of history. She was the first secretary for the Pioneer Museum Society of Grande Prairie and District when it was formed in 1961. In 1988 she began to pursue the idea of having a replica of her family’s homesteading cabin built in the museum’s Pioneer Village. The cabin was built by volunteers using traditional skills (with some assistance from modern machinery) and the actual windows from the original cabin. The interior of the cabin was decorated by Isabel Campbell to duplicate her child-hood home.

Isabel Myrle Campbell passed away in 1998, and is buried in the Halcourt Cemetery. A portion of her estate was willed to the Pioneer Museum Society of Grande Prairie and District, and many artefacts from her life can be found there.

Custodial History

In 1997, Isabel Campbell donated five scrapbooks containing heritage articles she had written for the Daily Herald Tribune.

Isabel Campbell named the Grande Prairie Museum as a residuary beneficiary in her will, and upon her death, the contents of her home came to the museum, including a large number of photographs and documents, which were subsequently transferred to the Archives once it was established.

An accrual including a story, photographs, and a newspaper clipping was donated by Dennis and Tina Dale in 1999.

Another accrual from Lois Simpson of Isabel Campbell material was acquired in 2000.

A set of glass negatives given to Miss Campbell by Douglas Clarkson was acquired from Lois Simpson in 2001. The origin of the negatives and their photographer was unknown until 2013, when a donation from descendants of The White Studio revealed that the photographer was John Cameron White. Associated documentation seems to suggest that there were given by Mr. Ross Haynes of Strathcona House, Edmonton to the Old Timers’ Association, at which time they were in the possession of Gerald Carveth, Secretary, and a few prints were made. The 2013 donation revealed that (John) Cameron White had changed his name to Ross Haynes. There is mention in a letter that the negatives might become part of the Pioneer Museum collection. However, this never seems to have occurred and at some point, Isabel Campbell seems to have assumed possession of them. Isabel loaned them to Paul Pivert, photographer, to created reproductions. They were in Paul’s custody at the time of Isabel’s death.

Another accrual of Alaska Highway and family photographs was donated by Lois Simpson in 2009.

An accrual to the collection, including reference files and collected photographs, was acquired from the Grande Prairie Public Library in 2013. These materials were part of a bequest by Isabel Campbell to the Library. 

Scope and Content

The fonds consists of family genealogical records, documents, diaries, correspondence and photographs from the Campbell, McGuire and Brewer families; documents and photographs to the Campbell homestead at Halcourt; a collection of artwork, including a set of hand-made Christmas Cards drawn by Myrle and Isabel in the late 1920s; personal and business correspondence; historical writings by Isabel Campbell; records from Miss Campbell’s home in Grande Prairie; a reference collection of photographs, maps, and clippings files relating to Peace Country history; a set of glass negatives created in 1936-37 by Cameron White of the White Studio; and memorial records from Isabel’s funeral.

Notes

Related records: Genealogical information in Campbell family Bible in Grande Prairie Museum collections.

Accession numbers: 1998.27; 2000.44; 2001.44; 2001.47; 2009.091; 2013.084.

Table of Contents

Series 032.01Genealogy Records
Series 032.02E.A. Campbell diaries
Series 032.03Clyde Campbell family
Series 032.04Extended Campbell family
Series 032.05McGuire Family
Series 032.06Brewer Family
Series 032.07Halcourt Homestead
Series 032.08Isabel Campbell

 

Series 032.01Genealogy Records. — 1916-1983. — 1 cm of textual records.The series consists of genealogical records of the Campbell family researched by Isabel Campbell between 1957 and 1983. The collection includes correspondence with the sources of the information, an essay called “Kirnan and the Campbells” written by Paul Kester in 1932, a pamphlet from “The Clan Campbell Society (U.S.A.), and a 1916 issue of “The Campbell Family Magazine” published in New York.
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Series 032.02E.A. Campbell diaries. — 1867-1904. — 5 cm of textual records.Eldridge Augustus Campbel was born in Wayne County, Indiana, in 1849. He was a Master Mason by the time he was 25 years old, and in 1879 began work as a train engineer, belonging to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Corn City Division No. 4. In 1884 he married Sylvia I.K. Astry, born 1867 in Sandusky County, Ohio. The couple had two children: Clyde Eldridge Campbell and Hazel Campbell McKinley. E.A. Campbell died in Toledo, Ohio in 1925.The series consists of four yearly diaries written by Eldridge Augustus Campbell when he was 18 to 22 years of age, his membership card in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers; and two news clippings, one a travel article written by Mr. Campbell as a special correspondant for the Toledo Bee newspaper, and one about a record-setting trip he made from Cleveland to Toledo as the train engineer on “Lake Shore Engine No. 653”.
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Series 032.03Clyde Campbell family. — 1867-1997. — 3 cm of textual records. — 27 photographs.The series consists of documents and photographs relating to Clyde Campbell, his wife Myrle, and their daughter Isabel. The documents include letters written by Clyde Campbell to his wife Myrle before and after marriage; blueprints of laboratories designed by Mr. Campbell; communications and documents from the War Department regarding Clyde Campbell; certificates from his pharmacy and his involvement with the Masonic Lodge. There is also a transcript of his funeral service and copies of obituaries. The photographs are of Clyde Campbell, Myrle McGuire Campbell, and their daughter Isabel Campbell at various stages of life. The collection includes photos of Isabel receiving awards for her contributions to history in the Grande Prairie area in the 1990s.
 
Clyde E. Campbell, 1887-1925
7 photographs; b & w; assorted
Seven photographs of Clyde Campbell from a young child to an adult, including a graduation photograph. There are also two over-sized photographs of Clyde in his laboratory.
Location: 0032.03.01-05a-c
Myrle McGuire Campbell, [1900-1945]
6 photographs; b & w; assorted
Six photographs of Myrle McGuire Campbell, from the time she was a teenager until ca. 1940. They include a photo of her and a friend “in the grotto at Riverside Park”, a photo of her on the front porch ca. 1904, two formal portraits of her as a young woman, a snapshot of Myrle at Minnehaha Falls in 1919, and a formal portrait of her about the time she married Franklin Brewer in 1945.
Location: 0032.03.06-11
Isabel May Campbell, [1908-1995]
16 photographs; b & w; assorted
Sixteen childhood portraits of Isabel Campbell.photographs of Isabel Campbell from a toddler until the 1990s. The collection includes photographs of her as an infant, with her parents, as a young girl, as a career woman, and receiving awards from the City of Grande Prairie, and the Historical Society of Alberta.
Location: 0032.03.12-27
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Series 032.04Extended Campbell family. — 1867-1997. — 1 cm of textual records. — 77 photographs.The series consists of photographs of the extended Campbell family, including Grandmother Campbell, the Astry family, the McKinley family, and Clyde, Myrle and Isabel with the extended family. There are also news clippings about the McKinley family including the death of 8 year old Charles Wesley McKinley in a skating accident
 
Extended Campbell family photographs, 1870-1970
54 photographs; b & w; assorted
The file contains two photographs of Sylvia Astry Campbell, Clyde Campbell’s mother; six photographs of the Astry Family; five photographs of Clyde Campbell’s sister’s family, the McKinleys; and fourty photographs related to Isabel Campbell’s childhood in the United States, from Toledo, Ohio (Oak Street and Putnam Street); Bowling Green, Ohio; Sand Lake, Michigan; and Louisville, Kentucky. Named individuals, besides the Campbell family, include Flora Ryder, the Wickholm family, the Wildman family, and Aunty Bates. The series includes 4 cyanotypes from ca. 1912.
Location: 0032.04.01-54
Extended Campbell family negatives, 1870-1970
22 negatives; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
The file contains two photographs of Sylvia Astry Campbell, Clyde Campbell’s mother; six photographs of the Astry Family; five photographs of Clyde Campbell’s sister’s family, the McKinleys; and fourty photographs related to Isabel Campbell’s childhood in the United States, from Toledo, Ohio (Oak Street and Putnam Street); Bowling Green, Ohio; Sand Lake, Michigan; and Louisville, Kentucky. Named individuals, besides the Campbell family, include Flora Ryder, the Wickholm family, the Wildman family, and Aunty Bates. The series includes 4 cyanotypes from ca. 1912, two negatives of Isabel and her parents from this time period, and a family photo album showing the extended family.
Location: 0032.04.55-77
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Series 032.05McGuire Family. — 1900-1965. — 1 cm of textual records.William C. McGuire was a life saver on the Great Lakes (a position that he held for 50 years), when he married Canadian-born Ellen McConachie. The couple had three children: Jack W. McGuire, who became a Commander in the Merchant Marines; Margaret McGuire Lawrence, and Myrtle McGuire Campbell. In 1920 the McGuires retired to a berry ranch near Rochester, New York. William McGuire passed away in 1925; Ellen McGuire lived to the age of 100 and died in 1944.The sub-series consists of genealogical records from the McGuire family bible, marriage and duplicate birth certificates, news clippings and correspondence. There is also a wooden guest book with articles on Ellen McGuire from her 92nd birthday until her death, and a photograph album of the McGuire family from 1920 onwards.
 
McGuire family photographs, 1900-1950
[200] photographs; b & w; assorted
The series consists of the following photographs: a school class from the late 1800s; Grandma McGuire at age 98 in 1945; Maple Hill Farm, the homestead of John McGuire in Dundee, Michigan where W.C. McGuire was born; and an 11″ x 14″ brown leather photograph album of McGuire family photographs with some captions.
Location: 0032.05.01-04
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Series 032.06Brewer Family. — 1949-1996. — 1 cm of textual records.Isabel Campbell’s mother, Myrtle married Frank Brewer after Clyde died. His daughters were Frances and Bernice.The sub-series includes 32 photographs belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Brewer, Isabel Campbell’s mother and step-father. Subjects include the opening of the Smoky River bridge in the summer of 1949, a trip up the Mackenzie Highway from Rio Grande, a trip up the Alaska Highway as far as Ft. St. John, daughter Francis Brewer, the Lois and Jim Simpson family, friend of the family Edna Moyer, and the obituaries of Eli Pandachuck , Bernice Pandachuck and Edna Moyer. Also included are photos taken of a geological picnic at Kleskun Hills which feature Robert Cochrane as speaker. a eulogy written by Isabel on the death of her father.
 
Smoky River Bridge Opening, 1949
10 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Ten photographs taken at the opening of the Smoky River bridge in the summer of 1949.
Location: 0032.06.01-10
County Parade, 1975
2 photographs; b & w; 8 x 10 in.
Two photographs of the Swan Industries Float in the 1975 County Fair parade. Francis Brewer is on the float.
Location: 0032.06.11-12
Rio Grande to Manning, 1956
9 photographs; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Photographs taken on a trip by the Brewer family from Rio Grande to Manning on the Mackenzie Highway.
Location: 0032.06.13-21
Family and friends, 1952-1996
6 photographs; colour; assorted
Photographs of friends and family members from the Brewer family: Frances Brewer, Franklin and Myrle Brewer, Lois and Jim Simpson and family, and Edna Moyer.
Location: 0032.06.22-27
Kleskun Hills Geological Picnic, [1952]
5 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Five photographs taken at the Kleskun Hills Geological Picnic around 1952. Photographs include two speakers, one of whom is Robert Cochrane.
Location: 0032.06.28-32
Alaska Highway Photo Album, [1950]
[50] photographs; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Leather album containing postcards collected and photographs taken on a trip up the Alaska Highway by Franklin and Myrle Brewer.
Location: 0032.06.33
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Series 032.07Halcourt Homestead. — 1907-1928. — 1 cm of textual records. — 100 photographs.The series consists of photographs and papers dealing with life on the Campbell’s homestead in Halcourt, Alberta: house plans, a tax receipt, lists of expenses and bills from local stores; and communications from A.H. Funnell regarding the sale of the property.
 
Isabel Campbell, Canadian Childhood, 1920-1928
71 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5
Scenes of the Campbell homestead at Elmworth, AB, 1920-1928, where Isabel spent her teen-age years.
Location: 1998.27.030-100
Isabel Campbell and Pets, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Isabel Campbell carrying a kitten in arms and accompanied by the family dog.
Location: 1998.27.037
Red Willow River in Flood, 1927
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
“Looking down on the flooded Red Willow just below the [Campbell] house, taken in May 1927.”
Location: 1998.27.040
Halcourt, Alberta, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Hamlet of Elmworth with five buildings, including the school and store.
Location: 1998.27.041
Campbell Family Company, 1925 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Party of eight includes Clyde, Myrle and Isabel Campbell. Two of the ladies are seated on a set of Moose antlers.
Location: 1998.27.042
Milking the Cow, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Myrle Campbell milking “Betsy the Cow” in the open yard beside the cabin.
Location: 1998.27.047
Feeding the Animals, 1923
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell, with a sheaf of oats under his arm, is feeding the pigs and cow on his homestead.
Location: 1998.27.048
Clyde Campbell Plowing, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Clyde Campbell using a hand plow with two horses. The Campbell cabin is in the background.
Location: 1998.27.050
Myrle and Clyde Campbell, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Myrle and Clyde Campbell in a snowy field on their homestead.
Location: 1998.27.051
Isabel With Cow and Calf, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Isabel standing in a field with a cow and her calf.
Location: 1998.27.052
Clyde Campbell Homestead, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 4
Winter scene of the barn on Clyde Campbell’s homestead with the family dog on the path.
Location: 1998.27.053
Isabel Campbell and Campbell Cabin, 1919
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Isabel sweeping the path outside of the Campbell Cabin in December, 1919. She is accompanied by the family dog.
Location: 1998.27.054
Campbell Cabin Outhouse, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Log cabin outhouse on the Campbell family homestead in the dead of winter.
Location: 1998.27.055
Forty Below Zero, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Clyde Campbell, dressed for the cold, entering an outbuilding. A full-length saw stands beside the doorway.
Location: 1998.27.056
Cutting the Winter Wood Supply, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Campbell family and neighbours cutting the winter wood supply with a steam-driven saw.
Location: 1998.27.057
Campbell Cabin, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Campbell family cabin with wooden downspouts to catch the melting snow water.
Location: 1998.27.058
Cutting the Winter Wood Supply, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
Group of men cutting the Campbell’s winter wood supply with a steam-driven saw.
Location: 1998.27.060
Oat Crop on the Homestead, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Isabel Campbell in a field of oats, which is shoulder height. Homestead outbuildings are in the background.
Location: 1998.27.061
The Campbell Family, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6
Isabel, Myrle and Clyde Campbell on their homestead.
Location: 1998.27.062
Isabel Campbell on Pete, 1920
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Myrle Campbell, in cape and hat, on Pete the horse in August of 1920.
Location: 1998.27.070
The Campbell Cabin, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 1 x 2
A hand tinted photograph of the Campbell cabin on their Elmworth homestead.
Location: 1998.27.073
Getting the Ice Blocks, 1920 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
“Getting our ice out for the summer. It is three feet thick and clear as glass. Clyde is the center figure.”
Location: 1998.27.074
Campbell Homestead Cabin, 1924
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
Isabel Campbell on the front porch of the Campbell cabin, when it still had a sod roof.
Location: 1998.27.076
Digging the Water Well, 1923 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6
Drilling rig putting in the water well on the Campbell homestead.
Location: 1998.27.082
Feeding the Chickens, 1923 c.
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 6
Myrle Campbell, with bucket in hand, feeds the chickens on their homestead.
Location: 1998.27.084
Isabel Campbell on Beauty, 1926
1 photograph; b & w; 2 x 4
“A picture of Nidy (Isabel) on the homestead” taken on Beauty the horse.
Location: 1998.27.088
Clyde Campbell, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
A portrait of Clyde Campbell, pianist, druggist, WWI veteran, and homesteader.
Location: 1998.27.294
Fur Trapper, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
A fur trapper guides a team of dogs pulling a loaded sled past a homestead.
Location: 1998.27.295
Harvesting the Crop, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell opperating a horse drawn binder, with homestead outbuildings in the background.
Location: 1998.27.303
Old Townsite of Beaverlodge, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Bird’s eye view of a pioneer townsite in the midst of prairie parkland.
Location: 1998.27.318
Beaverlodge, Alberta, 1925
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Panoramic view of the hamlet of Beaverlodge in 1925.
Location: 1998.27.319
Moving to the Homestead, 1919
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Drayman and loaded draywagon moving the Campbell’s belongings to their new homestead.
Location: 1998.27.334
Halcourt School, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
The first Halcourt school was constructed from logs in 1912, and moved to Elmworth Corner in 1917. It was used until 1939 when a new school was built.
Location: 1998.27.338
On the Banks of the Red Willow River, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
View of the Red Willow River south of Halcourt, with woman and dog sitting on the bank.
Location: 1998.27.343
Elmworth, Alberta, 1925 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Panoramic view of Elmworth showing the church
Location: 1998.27.350
The Ice House, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell in the doorway of what appears to be an ice house on the banks of the river.
Location: 1998.27.356
Doing Chores on the Homestead, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Myrle and Isabel Campbell carrying milk or feed buckets towards the barn on the Elmworth homestead.
Location: 1998.27.361
Campbell Family Homestead, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Outbuildings on the Campbell family homestead at Elmworth, Alberta.
Location: 1998.27.363
Clyde Campbell and His Dog, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell seated outside of his log cabin with his dog.
Location: 1998.27.365
Relaxing on the Front Porch, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde and Myrle Campbell relaxing in rocking chairs on the front porch of the Campbell cabin.
Location: 1998.27.366
Clyde Campbell and Horses, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Clyde Campbell with one of his team of horses.
Location: 1998.27.372
The Campbell Family Car, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Clyde Campbell and two other people in front of a early model car.
Location: 1998.27.373
Campbell Family Cabin, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Campbell family homestead cabin near Halcourt, Alberta.
Location: 1998.27.382
Myrle Campbell and Her Cat, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Myrle Campbell holding the family cat in front of the log cabin on their homestead in Elmworth.
Location: 1998.27.383
Clyde Campbell and His Horses, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Clyde Campbell in work clothes with a team of his horses at their homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.385
Campbell Family and Car, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Clyde, Myrtle and Isabel Campbell beside the family car.
Location: 1998.27.386
Pioneer Restaurant, 1919
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Isabel and Myrle Campbell with two other women at the doorway of a log restaurant during their move to the homestead. “Meals” reads the sign over the door.
Location: 1998.27.388
Pigging Out, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Isabel Campbell beside a huge boar who is busy with his meal.
Location: 1998.27.394
Clyde and Isabel Campbell, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
An informal portrait of Clyde and Isabel Campbell in the yard of their Elmworth homestead.
Location: 1998.27.397
Red Willow River Valley, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
A bird’s eye view of the Red Willow River as it winds through forested parkland.
Location: 1998.27.402
Under the Halcourt Bridge, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell balancing on the river rocks underneath the Halcourt Bridge.
Location: 1998.27.403
Clyde Campbell Ploughing with Horses, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Clyde Campbell ploughing the land on his Halcourt homestead with a team of three horses.
Location: 1998.27.411
Myrle and Isabel Campbell, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Myrle and Isabel Campbell sitting on a log in the yard of their Halcourt homestead.
Location: 1998.27.415
Along Side the Red Willow River, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Myrle and Isabel Campbell ride down to the Red Willow River which ran along side their homestead.
Location: 1998.27.418
Prairie Landscape, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
The hamlet of Elmworth as seen in the distance in the midst of a prairie landscape.
Location: 1998.27.420
Spring Melt, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
A pond of ice-free water in the middle of a snowy landscape.
Location: 1998.27.423
Moving to the Homestead, 1919
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
The Campbell family and friends beside a wagon load of setter’s effects during the move to their homestead.
Location: 1998.27.425
Campbell Family Homestead, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Outbuildings on the Campbell family homestead at Elmworth, Alberta.
Location: 1998.27.426
Plan of the Campbell Cabin, 1919
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Drawing of the interior of the Campbell cabin showing furniture placement and décor.
Location: 1998.27.432
Harvesting the Crop, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Clyde Campbell opperating a horse drawn binder on his homestead in Elmworth, Alberta.
Location: 1998.27.437
Furnishing the New Home, 1919
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Myrle and Isabel Campbell with horse drawn wagon full of furnishings for the new cabin.
Location: 1998.27.439
A Field of Oats in Stooks, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Ready for the Threshers: two oats stooks in the foreground show off the field of oats behind.
Location: 1998.27.608
Community Gathering, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Group photograph of women and children in front of the Campbell cabin.
Location: 1998.27.696
Harvest Time on the Campbell Homestead, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Six large stacks of hay or bundles of grain in the yard of the Campbell homestead at Elmworth.
Location: 1998.27.698
Isabel Campbell on Horseback, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Isabel Campbell on horseback on their homestead in Halcourt, AB.
Location: 1998.27.701
The Campbell Family Cow, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Myrle Campbell with the family cow in the yard of their Halcourt homestead.
Location: 1998.27.702
Milking the Family Cow, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Myrle Campbell milking the cow on their homestead at Halcourt, Alberta.
Location: 1998.27.704
The Family Cow, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Myrle Campbell with their family cow on the homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.705
The Family Cow, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Myrle Campbell with their family cow on the homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.706
Halcourt Bridge, 1920 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5
Bridge over the Red Willow River near the Campbell homestead.
Location: 1998.27.707
The Horse in Winter, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
A furry horse with a coat for the winter cold on the Campbell family homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.710
Isabel and Her Horse, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Isabel Campbell and her horse in front of the Campbell family cabin on their homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.713
Campbell Family Homestead Buildings, [1920]
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Panoramic view of the buildings on the Campbell family homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.714
Digging the Well, [1920
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 5 in.
Digging the water well on the Campbell family homestead near Halcourt.
Location: 1998.27.715
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Series 032.08Isabel Campbell. — 1908-1998. — 48 cm of textual records. — 42 photographs. — 24 artistic drawings. — 30 cards. — 7 maps.The series consists of records relating to the life of Isabel Campbell, daughter of Clyde Campbell and Myrle McGuire. It includes her baby book, historical writings, art work, correspondence, financial records from her home in Grande Prairie, reference material she collected, and memorial records when she died in 1998.
SubSeries 032.08.01Baby Book. — 1907-1919. — 2 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of the baby book the Campbell’s kept for Isabel and includes a small number of photographs within the book.
SubSeries 032.08.02Historical Writings. — 1930-1992. — 34 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of scrapbooks containing copies of Isabel’s column in the Herald-Tribune from 1955-1997, and a finding aid she created to document the subject of those articles. The series includes a copy of “Grande Prairie, Capitol of the Peace”, which Miss Campbell wrote in 1969; a letter from the University of Alberta regarding the publication of her father’s letters as “Challenge of the Homestead”; and the guest book which she kept from 1989 to 1992, showing the number of people who visited her to request information about historical topics.
SubSeries 032.08.03Art Work. — 1918-1950. — 24 artistic drawings. — 30 cards.The sub-series consists of pencil sketches, pencil crayon and pastel drawings, and a scrapbook containing hand-made cards made by Myrle and Isabel in the late 1920s. There is also a 1929 National Art School Certificate from Chicago, Illinois.
SubSeries 032.08.04Correspondence. — 1917-1999. — 5 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of some of Isabel’s business and personal correspondence, the majority of it dealing with her Canadian and United States citizenship and letters between her and the editor of The Sentinel Tribune in Bowling Green, Ohio.
SubSeries 032.08.05Financial Records. — 1959-1998. — 1 cm of textual records. — 42 photographs.The sub-series consists of financial records kept by Miss Campbell on her home in Grande Prairie: survey certificate, tax assessments, mortgage details. An insurance policy is accompanied by a set of black and white photographs detailing her possessions and the interior of her home.
SubSeries 032.08.06Reference Collections. — 1914-1960. — 4 cm of textual records. — 7 maps.The sub-series consists of early promotional materials and maps of the Peace River Country; six placemats of drawings of pioneer buildings by various artists; and four reference booklets (Interesting Facts about Grande Prairie, 1930; Edmonton to Peace River and the North Country, 1920-21; The Peace River Country Canada, 1930; and the Peace River Land Recording Division).
032.08.06.001Airshow
032.08.06.002Air History 1900-1950
032.08.06.003Airport 1950-1959
032.08.06.004Airport 1960’s
032.08.06.005Airport 1970 & 1980
032.08.06.006Airport 1990
032.08.06.007Alberta
032.08.06.008N. Alberta Development Commission
032.08.06.009Alberta Historical and Archaeological Resources
032.08.06.010Alberta – Municipal Association
032.08.06.011Alberta – Public Welfare
032.08.06.012Alberta Dept. Agriculture – District Agriculturalists “Home Economics”
032.08.06.013 Alberta Dept. Agriculture Farm and Home Improvement Program
032.08.06.014 Alberta Dept. Agriculture – Master Farm Family Program 
032.08.06.015Alberta Dept. Agriculture – Plants Product Division
032.08.06.016Alberta Dept. Agriculture – Prairie Farm Assistant Act. Farm Purchase BD
032.08.06.017Alberta Dept. Agriculture – Schools, Clinic
032.08.06.018Alberta Dept. Agriculture Resources Branch
032.08.06.019Alberta Dept. Agriculture – ARDA
032.08.06.020 Alberta Dept. Lands and Forests Homesteads
032.08.06.021 Agriculture – Experimental Station Reports
032.08.06.022Agriculture – Community Pasture 
032.08.06.023Agriculture – Peace Country Agri Show 1st Annual 
032.08.06.024Agriculture – Award Winners 
032.08.06.025Agriculture – Alberta Wheat Pool 
032.08.06.026Agriculture – Beekeeping 
032.08.06.027Agriculture – Alta. Canadian Seed Growers Association 
032.08.06.028Agriculture – Cattle Dairy 
032.08.06.029Agriculture – Farm, Experimental 
032.08.06.030Agriculture – Feed Mill 
032.08.06.031Agriculture – General Information 
032.08.06.032Agriculture – History 
032.08.06.033Agriculture – Horticulture/Vegetables 
032.08.06.034Agriculture – Land (Gov) Veteran’s Land Act 
032.08.06.035Agriculture – Livestock General 
032.08.06.036Agriculture – Livestock Abbatoir 
032.08.06.037Agriculture – Livestock – Auction Mart 
032.08.06.038Agriculture – Livestock – S. Peace Packing Plant, Peace River Packers, G.P. Packers Ltd. 
032.08.06.039Agriculture – Livestock – Cattle 
032.08.06.040Agriculture – Buffalo 
032.08.06.041Agriculture – Livestock – Horses 
032.08.06.042Agriculture – Livestock – Poultry 
032.08.06.043Agriculture – Livestock – Sheep 
032.08.06.044Agriculture – Livestock – Swine 
032.08.06.045Agriculture – Livestock – Veterinarian 
032.08.06.0464H Club 
032.08.06.047National Grain Company 
032.08.06.048Agriculture Organization – F.U.A. 
032.08.06.049Agriculture Seed Cleaning Plants 
032.08.06.050Agriculture Seed Fairs and Miscellaneous 
032.08.06.051Agriculture – Gov. Land Soil Survey Conservation 
032.08.06.052Agriculture United Grain Growers 
032.08.06.053Alberta Power 
032.08.06.054Allied Arts Council 
032.08.06.055AMA 
032.08.06.056Ambulance 
032.08.06.057Archaeology – Sask. Mtn. 
032.08.06.058Archaeology 
032.08.06.059Art Galley 1970’s and 1980’s 
032.08.06.060Art Galley 1990’s
032.08.06.061Arts and Crafts 
032.08.06.062Associated Chambers of Commerce 1955-1959 
032.08.06.063Auction 
032.08.06.064Astronomy 
032.08.06.065Bank History 
032.08.06.066Boats 
032.08.06.067Business Building 1990’s 
032.08.06.068Grande Prairie Retail – Hudson’s Bay 
032.08.06.069Business – General 
032.08.06.070Business Retail Services – Payroll, Better Business Bureau, Consumer & Corporate Affairs 
032.08.06.071Business Costco 
032.08.06.072Business – Drug Store 
032.08.06.073Business – Retail Electrical 
032.08.06.074Business – Farm Equipment
032.08.06.075Business – Finance 
032.08.06.076Business – Gateway Power Center 
032.08.06.077Business – Industrial 
032.08.06.078Business – Lewis Brothers Winery 
032.08.06.079Business – Motor Vehicle 
032.08.06.080Business – Northwest Newsletter 
032.08.06.081Business – Printers 
032.08.06.082Business – Petrochemical 
032.08.06.083Business – Retail 
032.08.06.084Business – Services 
032.08.06.085Cemetery 
032.08.06.086Cablevision 
032.08.06.087Camps – Camp Tamarack 
032.08.06.088Canada 
032.08.06.089Canada Pensions 
032.08.06.090Canadian Institute for the Blind 
032.08.06.091Canadian Utilities 
032.08.06.092Chamber of Commerce 
032.08.06.093Chamber of Commerce 1980’s and 1990’s 
032.08.06.094Child’s World 
032.08.06.095Christmas – Early Christmas, New Year’s 1950’s, 1960’s 
032.08.06.096Church – General Ministerial Association 
032.08.06.097Church – Alliance, Anglican, Baptist 
032.08.06.098Church – (C.W.L, Knights of Columbus), Dunvegan (Communities), Bad Heart Straw Church 
032.08.06.099Church – Lutheran, Mennonite, Methodist, Mormon 
032.08.06.100Church – Others 
032.08.06.101Church – Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Salvation Army 
032.08.06.102Church – United 
032.08.06.103Church – United, Organizations 
032.08.06.104Citizenship, Immigration 
032.08.06.105Civil Defense – Grande Prairie 
032.08.06.106Civil Service Association 
032.08.06.107Coins 
032.08.06.108College – Martech Mayfair Business College 
032.08.06.109Communication – Internet 
032.08.06.110Communities – Wedgewood 
032.08.06.111County 
032.08.06.112County – Emergency Rescue Business 
032.08.06.113County History 
032.08.06.114County – Agriculture Service Board 
032.08.06.115County/City Annexation 
032.08.06.116County Council 1951-1954 
032.08.06.117County Council 1955 
032.08.06.118County Council 1956 
032.08.06.119County Council 1957 
032.08.06.120County Council 1958 
032.08.06.121County Council 1959 
032.08.06.122County Council 1960 
032.08.06.123County Council 1961 
032.08.06.124County Council 1962 
032.08.06.125County Council 1963 
032.08.06.126County Council 1964 
032.08.06.127County Council 1965 
032.08.06.128County Council 1966 
032.08.06.129County Council 1967 
032.08.06.130County Council 1968 
032.08.06.131County Council 1969 
032.08.06.132County Council 1970’s 
032.08.06.133County Council 1980’s 
032.08.06.134County Council 1990’s 
032.08.06.135County Interim Development Order, 1962 
032.08.06.136County Municipal Commission – 1950’s 
032.08.06.137County Municipal Commission – 1960-62 
032.08.06.138County Municipal Commission – 1963 
032.08.06.139County Municipal Commission – 1964 
032.08.06.140County Municipal Commission – 1966 
032.08.06.141County Municipal Commission – 1967 
032.08.06.142County Municipal Commission – 1968 
032.08.06.143County – Electoral Boundaries 
032.08.06.144County – Extension Advisory Council 
032.08.06.145County Fair History, 1945 
032.08.06.146County Fair – 1950’s 
032.08.06.147County Fair – 1960’s 
032.08.06.148County Fair – 1970’s 
032.08.06.149County Fair – 1980’s 
032.08.06.150County Fair – 1990’s 
032.08.06.151County Planning Commission 
032.08.06.152County Recreation 
032.08.06.153County School Comm. – 1948, 1951-1952 
032.08.06.154County School Comm. – 1954 
032.08.06.155County School Comm. – 1955 
032.08.06.156County School Comm. – 1956 
032.08.06.157County School Comm. – 1957 
032.08.06.158County School Comm. – 1958 
032.08.06.159County School Comm. – 1959 
032.08.06.160County School Comm. – 1960 
032.08.06.161County School Comm. – 1961 
032.08.06.162County School Comm. – 1962 
032.08.06.163County School Comm. – 1963 
032.08.06.164County School Comm. – 1964 
032.08.06.165County School Comm. – 1965 
032.08.06.166County School Comm. – 1966 
032.08.06.167County School Comm. – 1967 
032.08.06.168County School Comm. – 1968 
032.08.06.169County School Comm. – 1969 
032.08.06.170County School Comm. – 1970’s – 1990’s 
032.08.06.171East Smoky School Div.
032.08.06.172Spirit River School Dist. 
032.08.06.173County – Alberta School Trustees Assn. 
032.08.06.174Court – Family 
032.08.06.175Court – Inquests 
032.08.06.176Court – Murders 
032.08.06.177Court – Brewery 
032.08.06.178Courthouse 
032.08.06.179Court 
032.08.06.180Credit Union – Credit Bureau 
032.08.06.181Crystal Gardens 
032.08.06.182Culture – Alberta Cultural Activities Act 
032.08.06.183Dam – Peace River
032.08.06.184Dance 
032.08.06.185Day Care Centres 
032.08.06.186Dentists 
032.08.06.187Drama 
032.08.06.188Drama 1990 
032.08.06.189Eco-Terrorism – Ludwig, Boonstra 
032.08.06.190Elections 
032.08.06.191Electric Power – Alberta Power 
032.08.06.192Emergency Power 911 
032.08.06.193Employment Service – Nat’l 
032.08.06.194Fair – Regional 
032.08.06.196Fair – Trade 
032.08.06.197Ferries
032.08.06.198Festival – Art – Culture 
032.08.06.199Festival – Drama 
032.08.06.200Festival – Music 
032.08.06.201Festival of Trees 
032.08.06.202Film Council 
032.08.06.203Flag – Alberta 
032.08.06.204Fire Dept. 
032.08.06.205First Nations 
032.08.06.206Floods 
032.08.06.207Fluoridation
032.08.06.208Forestry Division – Grande Prairie 
032.08.06.209Forts – General 
032.08.06.210Funeral Chapel 
032.08.06.211Game – Swan 
032.08.06.212Government – Alberta Science Center Foundation 
032.08.06.213Government – Miscellaneous 
032.08.06.214Census – Population 
032.08.06.215Financial Statements 1919-1980’s 
032.08.06.216Industrial Development Comm. Economic Development (Grande Prairie)
Financial Statements 1919-1980’s
032.08.06.217Citizen’s Committee 
032.08.06.218City Hall 
032.08.06.219Community Services 
032.08.06.220G.P. Cyber City Site 
032.08.06.221Grande Prairie – General Plan 
032.08.06.222Grande Prairie – Building 
032.08.06.223Grande Prairie – Business 
032.08.06.224Grande Prairie – History 
032.08.06.225Grande Prairie – 1940, 1950, 1960 
032.08.06.226Grande Prairie – Legion – “D” Company Army/Navy/Airforce Vets Frontiersmen
032.08.06.227Municipal Planning Commission 
032.08.06.228Grande Prairie – Public Works 1978-1980’s 
032.08.06.229Grande Prairie – City Status 
032.08.06.230Miscellaneous Clippings 
032.08.06.231General City – 1970’s 
032.08.06.232General City – 1980’s 
032.08.06.233General City – 1990’s 
032.08.06.234General City – 1998, 1999 
032.08.06.235Grande Prairie 1990-1991 
032.08.06.236Grande Prairie 1992 
032.08.06.237Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital – Accounting 
032.08.06.238Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital – Nursing School 
032.08.06.239Grande Prairie Retail Co-op 
032.08.06.240Gun Regulation 
032.08.06.241Grande Spirit Foundation, Pioneer Lodge, Spirit River Home, etc. Hythe 
032.08.06.242Volunteer Service Bureau 
032.08.06.243Town Police 1914-1943 
032.08.06.244Grande Prairie Town Planning Commission 1955-1958 
032.08.06.245Grande Prairie Recreation 
032.08.06.246Fiftieth Jubilee Celebration 
032.08.06.247G.P. City Council 1980’s 
032.08.06.248G.P. City Council 1990’s 
032.08.06.249Zoning Appeal Board – City Planning Advisory Commission 
032.08.06.250Town Council 1930’s 
032.08.06.251G.P. City Council 1950’s 
032.08.06.252G.P. City Council 1960’s 
032.08.06.253G.P. City Council 1970’s
032.08.06.254Handicrafts 
032.08.06.255Health – Northern Addiction Centre 
032.08.06.256Health – Unit 20 
032.08.06.257Health – Central Park Nursing Home
032.08.06.258Health – Mistahia Regional Health Authority 
032.08.06.259Health – T.B. X-ray 
032.08.06.260Health Services (Miscellaneous) 
032.08.06.261Heart Fund 
032.08.06.262Heritage Day 
032.08.06.263Homes – Lodges 
032.08.06.264Hospital – A.A.R.N. 
032.08.06.265Hospitals – General Boards etc. 
032.08.06.266Hospital – Auxiliary – Chronic 
032.08.06.267Grande Prairie – General Highlights 1955-1965 
032.08.06.268Hospital 1950’s 
032.08.06.269Hospital 1960’s 
032.08.06.270Hospital History 
032.08.06.271Hospital – Queen Elizabeth II – 1970’s 
032.08.06.272Hospital – Queen Elizabeth II – 1980’s 
032.08.06.273Hospital – Queen Elizabeth II – 1990’s 
032.08.06.274Hospitals – Private 
032.08.06.275Hospital – Women’s Auxiliary 
032.08.06.276Hotel History 
032.08.06.277Housing 
032.08.06.278Hunting 
032.08.06.279Improvement District 21 
032.08.06.280Immigration 
032.08.06.281Industrial Development Commission 
032.08.06.282Industry – Ainsworth Plant 
032.08.06.283Industry – Alliance Pipeline 
032.08.06.284Industry – Coal 
032.08.06.285Industry – Conwest 
032.08.06.286Industry – Flour Grist Mills 
032.08.06.287Industry – Costco 
032.08.06.288Industry – Gas 
032.08.06.289Industry – Miscellaneous 
032.08.06.290Industry – Grande Alberta Paper 
032.08.06.291Industry – Lumber Logging Forestry Division 
032.08.06.292Industry – Minerals 
032.08.06.293Industry – Nothwest Atlantic Partners 
032.08.06.294Industry – Oil Refinery 
032.08.06.295Industry – Oil 
032.08.06.296Industry – Proctor and Gamble 
032.08.06.297Industry – Recycled Paper 
032.08.06.298Industry – Wapiti Gravel Suppliers 
032.08.06.299Industry – Weyerhauser 
032.08.06.300Internet
032.08.06.301Jubilee Committee – Grande Prairie
032.08.06.302July – August 1998
032.08.06.303Lakes – Ferguson, Bear, Sturgeon, Slave
032.08.06.304Landfill
032.08.06.305Libraries – Canadian
032.08.06.306Library – Grande Prairie Public 1990’s
032.08.06.307Library – Grande Prairie Public 1980’s
032.08.06.308Library – Grande Prairie Public 1994- Sept. 1997
032.08.06.309Library – Grande Prairie Public 1997-1998
032.08.06.310Library – Regional
032.08.06.311License Centre
032.08.06.312Liquor
032.08.06.313Lotteries – Alberta
032.08.06.314Lodges
032.08.06.315Mackenzie Regional Planning Commission
032.08.06.316Music – Northern Concert Society Alaska Music Trail
032.08.06.317Museum – Sexsmith
032.08.06.318Provincial Museum – Tyrrell Muesum of Palaeontology
032.08.06.319Museum – McLennan
032.08.06.320Museum – Heritage – Hines Creek
032.08.06.321Glenbow – Riveredge Foundation
032.08.06.322Museum – Grande Prairie
032.08.06.323Museum – Fairview
032.08.06.324Museum – DeBolt
032.08.06.325Museum – Beaverlodge S. Peace Centennial, S. Peace Historical Assoc.
032.08.06.326Minerals – Diamonds
032.08.06.327Meteor
032.08.06.328Mail
032.08.06.329Music – Band
032.08.06.330Music – Vocal Concerts
032.08.06.331Music – General
032.08.06.332Music – S. Peace Operatic Society
032.08.06.333New Years Review
032.08.06.334Newspapers – Herald Tribune History
032.08.06.335Newspapers – Herald Tribune 1950’s
032.08.06.336Newspapers – Herald Tribune 1960’s
032.08.06.337Newspapers – Herald Tribune 1970’s
032.08.06.338Newspapers – Herald Tribune 1980’s
032.08.06.339Newspapers – Herald Tribune 1990’s
032.08.06.340Newspapers – People of the Peace
032.08.06.341Newspapers – The Booster
032.08.06.342Newspapers – District
032.08.06.343Newspapers – Recycling Project
032.08.06.344Northern Alberta Development Council
032.08.06.345Oil Terrorist Activities
032.08.06.346Old Timer’s Association See also: Locations, etc.
032.08.06.347Organization – Miscellaneous ? – 1992
032.08.06.348Organization 1993-1994
032.08.06.349Organization Miscellaneous 1995-1996
032.08.06.350Organization – A.A.D.A.C.’s Northern Addiction Centre
032.08.06.351Organization – Agriculture Producers of Canada
032.08.06.352Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
032.08.06.353Organization – Grande Prairie Athletic Association
032.08.06.354Organization – Better Business Bureau
032.08.06.355Organization – Big Brothers/Big Sisters
032.08.06.356Organization – Grande Prairie Brownies, Guides, Scouts
032.08.06.357Organization – Camera Club
032.08.06.358Organization – Canadian Club
032.08.06.359Organization – Cancer Canvass
032.08.06.360Organization – Catholic Family Services
032.08.06.361Organization – Creative Arts Centre
032.08.06.362Organization – Crime Stoppers
032.08.06.363Organization – Downtown Association
032.08.06.364Organization – Elks/Royal Purple Grande Prairie
032.08.06.365Organization – FCSS
032.08.06.366Organization – 4H Foundation
032.08.06.367Organization – Fish and Wildlife
032.08.06.368Organization – Friendship Centre
032.08.06.369Organization – Genealogy Society
032.08.06.370Organization – Gideon International
032.08.06.371Organization – Golden Age Club
032.08.06.372Organization – Grace Children’s Home
032.08.06.373Organization – Grande Prairie Guild for Artists
032.08.06.374Organization – Grande Prairie Regional E.M.S.
032.08.06.375Organization – Grande Prairie Scottish Society
032.08.06.376Organization – Gymkhana Club Centennial Trail Ride – Grande Prairie to Jasper
032.08.06.377Organization – Horticulture
032.08.06.378Organization – Independent Living Society
032.08.06.379Organization – Insurance
032.08.06.380Organization – Grande Prairie I.O.D.E.
032.08.06.381Organization – Independent Order of Oddfellows, Rebekah Lodges
032.08.06.382Organization – John Howard Society
032.08.06.383Organization – Junior Citizens
032.08.06.384Organization – Junior Forest Wardens
032.08.06.385Organization – Grande Prairie Jaycees
032.08.06.386Organization – Kinsmen, Kinettes
032.08.06.387Organization – Grande Prairie Lions
032.08.06.388Organization – Logger’s Sports Association
032.08.06.389Organization – Masons Scottish
032.08.06.390Association of Mayors and Reeves of the Peace River Region
032.08.06.391Organization – Mental Health Association
032.08.06.392Organization – Metis Association of Alberta
032.08.06.393Organization – Multicultural Association
032.08.06.394Organization – N.A.D.C.
032.08.06.395Organization – Odyssey House
032.08.06.396Organization – Builder’s Exchange
032.08.06.397Organization – Business and Professional Women’s Club 1960-1981
032.08.06.398Organization – Oil Wives Association
032.08.06.399Organization – Old Timer’s Association
032.08.06.400Organization – Peace Environmental Research Centre
032.08.06.402Organization – Peace River Bar Association
032.08.06.403Organization – Peace River District Graduate Association
032.08.06.404Organization – Peace River Rock and Gem Club
032.08.06.405Organization – Peace Water Color Society
032.08.06.406Organization – Grande Prairie Polo Club
032.08.06.407Organization – Real Estate
032.08.06.409Organization – Regional Resource Centre
032.08.06.410Organization – Business Retail Merchants Association Grande Prairie
032.08.06.411Organization – Rotary Grande Prairie
032.08.06.412Organization – Rural Electrification Association
032.08.06.413Organization – S.T.O.P.D.E.D. (Society to Prevent Dutch Elm Disease)
032.08.06.414Organization – S.P.C.A.
032.08.06.415Organization – Safety Council Publicity
032.08.06.416Organization – Saskatoon Mtn. Advisory Committee
032.08.06.417Organization – Science Alberta Foundation
032.08.06.418Organization – Seniors Advisory Committee
032.08.06.419Organization – Secretaries Chapter
032.08.06.420Organization – South Peace Regional Planning Commission
032.08.06.421Organization – Stagettes
032.08.06.422Organization – St. John Ambulance
032.08.06.423Organization – Grande Prairie Swan City Auto Club
032.08.06.424Organization – Associated United Commercial Travellers
032.08.06.425Organization – Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada
032.08.06.426Organization – V.O.N.
032.08.06.427Organization – Wapiti Nordic Ski Club Summer Club
032.08.06.428Organization – Volunteer Services Bureau
032.08.06.429Organization – W.C.T.U.
032.08.06.430Organization – Welcome Wagon
032.08.06.430Organization – Voice for Life
032.08.06.432Organization – Women’s Institute Grande Prairie Branch
032.08.06.433Organization – Women’s Institute District
032.08.06.434Organization – Grande Prairie Branch Women’s Institute
032.08.06.435Palaeontology
032.08.06.436Parks
032.08.06.437Parks – Evergreen
032.08.06.438Parks – Kakwa
032.08.06.439Parks – Muskoseepi
032.08.06.440Parks – Local History Files
032.08.06.441Parks & Recreation
032.08.06.442Peace Library System
032.08.06.443Peace River Country General History
032.08.06.444Peace River Country Northwest Resources Conference
032.08.06.445Photograpghy/Snapshots K.I.N.S.A.
032.08.06.446Postal History Peace River Country 1897-1955
032.08.06.447Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1955-1959
032.08.06.448Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1960
032.08.06.449Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1961
032.08.06.450Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1962
032.08.06.451Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1963/1964
032.08.06.452Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1963-1977
032.08.06.453Peace River District Planning Commisssion 1980
032.08.06.454Politics – Elections Civic and Plebiscites
032.08.06.455Politics – Elections Federal
032.08.06.456Politics – Elections Provincial
032.08.06.457Politics – Liberal Party
032.08.06.458Politics – New Democatic Party
032.08.06.459Politics – Progressive Conservative Party
032.08.06.460Politics – Reform Association Party 1987 Western Provinces
032.08.06.461Politics – Social Credit Party
032.08.06.462Politics – Electoral District Rural, Urban
032.08.06.463Population PR Country
032.08.06.464Premier’s Conference – (Western)
032.08.06.465Province (New)
032.08.06.467Radio
032.08.06.468R.C.M.P. History 1990
032.08.06.468R.C.M.P. History 1990
032.08.06.469R.C.M.P. History District
032.08.06.470Realtors
032.08.06.471Recreation Board 1960’s
032.08.06.472Recreation – Arts and Crafts
032.08.06.473Recreation Board 1950’s
032.08.06.474Recreation
032.08.06.475Recreation – Little Theatre
032.08.06.476Recycle
032.08.06.477Rivers – Creeks, see also – Ferries
032.08.06.478Roads – District Highways
032.08.06.479Roads – Alaska Highway
032.08.06.480Roads – Highway 40
032.08.06.481Roads – Highway – Hart, McKenzie, Peace River Sturgeon l. – Whitecourt Valleyview – Whitecourt
032.08.06.482Roads Rail – A.R.R.
032.08.06.483Roads – Trails – Athabasca Tr., Chalmers Tr., Emerson Tr.
032.08.06.484Roads – Edson Trail
032.08.06.485Roads – Rail – E.D. & B.C.. C.N.R – C.P.R.
032.08.06.486Roads – Monkman Pass
032.08.06.487Roads – Rail – N.A.R.
032.08.06.488Roads – Rail – General Brule Line, Great Slave Lake R.R., P.G. & E.R.R.
032.08.06.489Royalty
032.08.06.490Saskatoon Mountain
032.08.06.491School – Alberta School Trustees Association
032.08.06.492Schools – Grande Prairie School Division
032.08.06.493School – Ashdown
032.08.06.494School – Balfour
032.08.06.495School – Beaverlodge
032.08.06.496School – Brownvale
032.08.06.497School – Buffalo Lakes
032.08.06.498School – Canuck
032.08.06.499School – Clairmont
032.08.06.500School – Clark
032.08.06.501School – Crystal Creek
032.08.06.502School – Eaglesham
032.08.06.503School – East Smoky School Division (Hambly)
032.08.06.504School – Elmworth
032.08.06.505School – Equity
032.08.06.506School – Five Mile
032.08.06.507Schools – General
032.08.06.508School – Gimle
032.08.06.509School – Grovedale (Penson)
032.08.06.510School – Hermit Lake
032.08.06.511School – Hythe
032.08.06.512School – Lower Beaverlodge
032.08.06.513School – McHenry
032.08.06.514School – Millarston
032.08.06.515School – Mountain Springs
032.08.06.516School – Sexsmith
032.08.06.517School – Spirit River
032.08.06.518School – Teepee Creek
032.08.06.519School – Wanham
032.08.06.520School – Valhalla
032.08.06.521School – Wapiti
032.08.06.522School – Wembley
032.08.06.523Grande Prairie’s School District 1930’s-1950’s
032.08.06.524Grande Prairie’s School District #2357 Minutes 1911-1916
032.08.06.525Grande Prairie’s School District Clippings 1960-1969
032.08.06.526Grande Prairie’s School District Agenda and Lists 1960-1969
032.08.06.527Grande Prairie’s School District 2357, 1990 –
032.08.06.528Grande Prairie’s School District 1970’s-1980’s
032.08.06.529Grande Prairie’s School District 2357Grande Prairie’s School District 2357
032.08.06.530School – A.T.A.School – A.T.A.
032.08.06.531School – BriefsSchool – Briefs
032.08.06.532Grande Prairie Home and SchoolGrande Prairie Home and School
032.08.06.533School – Retarded Association Swan IndustriesSchool – Retarded Asociation Swan Industries
032.08.06.534Schools – MissionSchool – Mission
032.08.06.535Schools – Wapiti Lodge
032.08.06.536School – Peace River Bible Institute
032.08.06.537School – Peace Wapiti Regional
032.08.06.538School – St. John’s School of Alberta
032.08.06.539School – Business College
032.08.06.540School – Christian
032.08.06.541Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District 28
032.08.06.542St. Joseph’s Separate School History 50th Anniversary 1928-1978
032.08.06.543Grande Prairie Regional College Schools 1997-
032.08.06.544Grande Prairie Regional College Schools 1980-1990
032.08.06.545Grande Prairie Regional College Schools 1990-1996
032.08.06.546Grande Prairie Regional College Schools 1970-1980
032.08.06.547Grande Prairie Regional College Schools 1950-1970
032.08.06.548School Boards
032.08.06.549Schools – General
032.08.06.550Grande Prairie Catholic School District History Minutes 1938-1950
032.08.06.551Grande Prairie Catholic School District
032.08.06.552Sexsmith Bd. of Trade
032.08.06.554South Peace A.I.D.S.
032.08.06.555Sports
032.08.06.556Sports – Alberta Summer Games
032.08.06.557Sports – Alberta Games
032.08.06.558Sports – Arena
032.08.06.559Sports – Ballooning
032.08.06.560Sports – Baseball
032.08.06.561Sports – Bowes Family Crystal Gardens
032.08.06.562Sports – Bowling
032.08.06.563Sports – Canada Winter Games
032.08.06.564Sports – Cabin Fever ’79
032.08.06.565Sports – Curling
032.08.06.566Sports – Cycling
032.08.06.567Sports – Dude Ranch
032.08.06.568Sports – Fish and Game Association
032.08.06.569Sports – Games Arena
032.08.06.570Sports – Go-kart
032.08.06.571Sports – Golf
032.08.06.572Sports – Hockey
032.08.06.573Sports – Horse Racing
032.08.06.574Sports – Johnny MacDonald Arena
032.08.06.575Sports – Northwest Games
032.08.06.576Sports – River 
032.08.06.577Sports – Rodeo
032.08.06.578Sports – Skating
032.08.06.579Sports – Skiing
032.08.06.581Sports – Soccer
032.08.06.582Sports – Stock Car Racing
032.08.06.583Sports – Swimming Pool
032.08.06.584Sports – Teepee Creek Stampede
032.08.06.585Sports – Tennis
032.08.06.586Wapiti Shooter’s Club
032.08.06.587Wapiti River Raft Race
032.08.06.588Wheelchair
032.08.06.589Stompede
032.08.06.590Surveyors
032.08.06.591Swan – Trumpeter
032.08.06.592Taxes
032.08.06.593Taxidermy
032.08.06.594Telegraphers – Communication
032.08.06.595Telephone – Bear Creek Mutual Telephone Company 1914-1915, 1930’s, 1950’s
032.08.06.596Telephone – 1954-1990’s
032.08.06.597Television
032.08.06.598Communications – Microwave – Telex
032.08.06.599Tourism
032.08.06.600Transportation – Air
032.08.06.601Transportation – Rail
032.08.06.602Transportation – Vehicle/Rwy.
032.08.06.603T.R.I.P. – Trumpeter Regional Initiative Project
032.08.06.604University
032.08.06.605University – Alberta
032.08.06.606Weather
032.08.06.607World War I-II
032.08.06.608World War II
032.08.06.609Zoo – Peace Country – Sexsmith
032.08.06.610Albright – Experimental Farm
032.08.06.611Ad – As
032.08.06.612Argonauts Ltd.
032.08.06.613Bo – Bu
032.08.06.614Brainard
032.08.06.615Brown, Frank (Wapiti)
032.08.06.616Bull Outfit
032.08.06.617Ca – Co
032.08.06.618Carveth
032.08.06.619Campbell, Isabel (Clyde and Myrtle)
032.08.06.620Da – Dy
032.08.06.621Elliott
032.08.06.622Ea – Ev
032.08.06.623Fa – Fu
032.08.06.624Falk
032.08.06.625Fay
032.08.06.626Flint
032.08.06.627Foy
032.08.06.628Fryer, Harold
032.08.06.629Ga – Gu
032.08.06.630Guest, Robert
032.08.06.631Ha – Hu
032.08.06.632Higbee, Dr. Annie
032.08.06.633Holroyd
032.08.06.634Il – Ir
032.08.06.635Ja – Ju
032.08.06.636Ka – Ky
032.08.06.637Johnson “Rutabaga” Family
032.08.06.638Johnston, Frank family
032.08.06.639Mackie, Jack
032.08.06.640Lampert, Clarence J.
032.08.06.641Miscellaneous
032.08.06.642Macklin, I.V. & Roy
032.08.06.643MacDonald, John A. (Johnny)
032.08.06.644MacLaughlin
032.08.06.645Mac – Mc
032.08.06.646Ma Murray
032.08.06.647McQuarrie
032.08.06.648Mensinger
032.08.06.649Monkman
032.08.06.650Moon
032.08.06.651Moyer
032.08.06.652Na – Ny
032.08.06.653Ra – Ry
032.08.06.654Sa – Sl
032.08.06.655Oa – Ow
032.08.06.656Pa – Py
032.08.06.657Patrick
032.08.06.658Patterson, J.C.
032.08.06.659Quinn
032.08.06.660Sherk
032.08.06.661Sm – Sv
032.08.06.662Thompson, Raymond
032.08.06.663Uh – Ut
032.08.06.664Va – Vo
032.08.06.665Wagar, Anson See also: Telephones
032.08.06.666Wa – Wy
032.08.06.667Ya – Zu
032.08.06.668Albright – Aspen Glen
032.08.06.669Athabasca
032.08.06.670Beaverlodge – General
032.08.06.671Beaverlodge – Agricuture
032.08.06.672Beaverlodge – Airport
032.08.06.673Beaverlodge – Among the Folk
032.08.06.674Beaverlodge – Band
032.08.06.675Beaverlodge – Bank
032.08.06.676Beaverlodge – Business
032.08.06.677Beaverlodge – Cemetery
032.08.06.678Beaverlodge – Chamber of Commerce
032.08.06.679Beaverlodge – Church Alliance, Baptist, Catholic, J. Witness
032.08.06.680Beaverlodge – Civil Defence
032.08.06.681Beaverlodge – Community Centre
032.08.06.682Beaverlodge – Community Life Week
032.08.06.683Beaverlodge – Church – United
032.08.06.684Beaverlodge – Council
032.08.06.685Beaverlodge – Cultural Activities
032.08.06.686Beaverlodge – Fire Dept.
032.08.06.687Beaverlodge – Handicraft
032.08.06.688Beaverlodge – History
032.08.06.689Beaverlodge – Hospital
032.08.06.690Beaverlodge – Hotel
032.08.06.691Beaverlodge – Housing
032.08.06.692Beaverlodge – Industry
032.08.06.693Beaverlodge – Library – Bookstore
032.08.06.694Beaverlodge – Liquor Store
032.08.06.695Beaverlodge – Organization – Elks Royal Purple
032.08.06.696Beaverlodge – Organization – I.O.D.E. Willowlodge I.O.D.E.
032.08.06.697Beaverlodge – Organization – Legion Auxillary, Cadets
032.08.06.698Beaverlodge – Organization – Lions
032.08.06.699Beaverlodge – Post Office
032.08.06.700Beaverlodge – Public Works
032.08.06.701Beaverlodge – R.C.M.P.
032.08.06.702Beaverlodge – Radar Base
032.08.06.703Beaverlodge – Recreation Board
032.08.06.704Beaverlodge – Red Cross
032.08.06.705Beaverlodge – Sports
032.08.06.706Beaverlodge – Utilities – Gas, Power, Telephone
032.08.06.707Beaverlodge – Bad Heart, Berwyn, Blueberry Mountain, Buffalo Lakes
032.08.06.708Bezanson
032.08.06.709Bluesky Community, Bonanza
032.08.06.710Communities – General
032.08.06.711Chetwynd, Circlebank, Clairmont, Crooked Creek, Crystal Creek
032.08.06.712Dawson Creek, DeBolt, Dimsdale
032.08.06.713Dunvegan
032.08.06.714Eaglesham, East Kleskun Hill, Edmonton 1916, Edson, Elmworth
032.08.06.715Fairview
032.08.06.716Falher
032.08.06.717Flyshot
032.08.06.718Fort McMurray
032.08.06.719Fort Smith
032.08.06.720Fort St. John
032.08.06.721Fort Vermilion
032.08.06.722Gundy Ranch, Glen Leslie, Goodfare, Goodwin, Grande Cache, Grimshaw, Grouard, Grovedale
032.08.06.723Halcourt, Horse Lake Indian Reserve
032.08.06.724Halcourt, Hermit Lake, Hinton Trail, Horse Lake, Huallen
032.08.06.725Hythe – General
032.08.06.726Hythe – Athletic Association
032.08.06.727Hythe – Bank
032.08.06.728Hythe – Cemetery
032.08.06.729Hythe – Chamber of Commerce
032.08.06.730Hythe – Churches
032.08.06.731Hythe – Civil Defense
032.08.06.732Hythe – Council
032.08.06.733Hythe – Elevators
032.08.06.734Hythe – Fair
032.08.06.735Hythe – Fire Department
032.08.06.736Hythe – 50th Anniversary Celebrations
032.08.06.737Hythe – Hotel
032.08.06.738Hythe – Hospital
032.08.06.739Hythe – Library
032.08.06.740Hythe – Music
032.08.06.741Hythe – Organizations
032.08.06.742Hythe – Post Office
032.08.06.743Hythe – Public Works
032.08.06.744Hythe – Senior Citizen’s Home Club
032.08.06.745Hythe – Utilities – Power, Telephone
032.08.06.746Hythe – With the Neighbors
032.08.06.747Hythe – Miscellaneous
032.08.06.748Hudson Hope
032.08.06.749Hutterite Colony
032.08.06.750Joussard
032.08.06.751The Klondike
032.08.06.752Lake Saskatoon
032.08.06.753LaGlace
032.08.06.754Lesser Slave Lake
032.08.06.755Little Prairie, Lymburn
032.08.06.756Municipal Districts
032.08.06.757Manning
032.08.06.758McLennan, McMurray
032.08.06.759Northfield Settlement
032.08.06.760Peace River and area (B.C.)
032.08.06.761Pipestone Creek
032.08.06.762Pouce Coupe
032.08.06.763Ridgevalley
032.08.06.764Rio Grande, Roll, Rycroft
032.08.06.765Sexsmith – Churches
032.08.06.766Sexsmith – Civil Defense
032.08.06.767Sexsmith – History
032.08.06.768Sexsmith – Elevators, Agriculture
032.08.06.769Sexsmith – Fire Department
032.08.06.770Sexsmith – General
032.08.06.771Sexsmith – Community Association
032.08.06.772Sexsmith – Hotel
032.08.06.773Sexsmith – Library
032.08.06.774Sexsmith – Parks
032.08.06.775Sexsmith – Post Office
032.08.06.776Sexsmith – Public Works
032.08.06.777Sexsmith – School – St. Mary’s
032.08.06.778Sexsmith – Organizations
032.08.06.779Sexsmith – Sports
032.08.06.780Sexsmith – Utilities
032.08.06.781Slave Lake
032.08.06.782Spirit River
032.08.06.783Silver Valley
032.08.06.784St. George Ranch
032.08.06.785Sudeten Colony
032.08.06.786Swan Hills Waste Plant
032.08.06.787Wanham, Webster, Woking, Whitecourt
032.08.06.788Wembley – General
032.08.06.789Worsley
032.08.06.790Valhalla, Valleyview
032.08.06.791Vancouver
032.08.06.792Taylor
032.08.06.793Teepee Creek
032.08.06.794Tumbler Ridge
SubSeries 032.08.07Glass Negative collection. — [ca.1911-1915], [ca. 1935-1937]. — 102 negatives.The sub-series consists of a collection of glass negatives taken by Cameron White for The White Studio in 1936-1937 and passed on to Isabel by Gerald Carveth, president of the Old Timers Association.
 
Richmond Avenue, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View down Richmond Avenue, with City Laundry the first business visable on the left side. Model T’s and Model A’s are angle parked on street.
Location: 0032.08.07.001
Richmond Avenue, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View down Richmond Avenue, looking west, with C.S. Hook Watchmaker the first store visible on the left. Imperial Bank is mid-way on the right.
Location: 0032.08.07.002
Richmond Avenue, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View down Richmond Avenue, looking east, with Porteous Hardware on left and Capitol Theatre on right.
Location: 0032.08.07.003
Street in front of Capitol Theatre, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Men and automobiles outside of the Capitol Theatre on Richmond Avenue. Capitol is first building visible on right, with nest four businesses also visible.
Location: 0032.08.07.004
Caterpillar Tractors in front of J.B. Oliver’s Store, Grande Prairie, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Four “garden tractor-sized” caterpillar tractors parked in front of J.B. Oliver’s furniture store. Drivers stand alongside, and snow is in streets. Imperial Bank of Canada is also in photograph.
Location: 0032.08.07.005
September Snowstorm, Richmond Avenue, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Model A car covered with snow angle-parked in front of Royal Café on a snowy Richmond Avenue. Bell-Fleming Hardware is visible in the background.
Location: 0032.08.07.006
Hotel Donald, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Exterior of the Donald Hotel, a two-storey brick building with large plate glass windows in front and covered entry. The Northern Tribune Newspaper Building is visible next door.
Location: 0032.08.07.007
Hotel Donald, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Interior of the Donald Hotel taken from the stairway, shows foyer, showing seating, decorative plants, french doors, windows, lighting and heating. Welcome Mat at the door reads “Donald Hotel.”
Location: 0032.08.07.008
Switchboard Power House, Grande Prairie, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Interior of Canadian Utilities Ltd. building showing the switchboard powerhouse.
Location: 0032.08.07.009
New Nurses’ Home, Grande Prairie, 1937
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Exterior of new nurses’ home, a three storey brick building built beside the Municipal Hospital at 105 Avenue, 98 Street.
Location: 0032.08.07.010
St. Joseph Separate School, Grande Prairie, 1936 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Exterior of St. Joseph’s School, a one storey brick building on 102 Street and 104 Avenue. It has a portico, bell tower, and 12 18-paned windows on its east face.
Location: 0032.08.07.011
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and Manse, Grande Prairie, 1936 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Exterior of Roman Catholic Church and manse. Church has clerestrial windows and bell-tower steeple. Manse has a two-storey addition behind it.
Location: 0032.08.07.012
St. Paul’s United Church, Grande Prairie, 1936 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Exterior of St. Paul’s United Church, built c. 1926 on the corner of 100 Avenue and 102 Street. It has a square bell tower entrance on the side.
Location: 0032.08.07.013
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Bird’s eye view of the fire from second storey of a building down the street. Horses, trucks and people are visible in the street.
Location: 0032.08.07.014
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Early stages of the fire, taken from the street in front of the hotel. Horses, sleigh and men in foreground.
Location: 0032.08.07.015
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Early stages of the fire. Water being sprayed up to roof from side of building. Fire hoses or vehicle are not visible.
Location: 0032.08.07.016
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View of raging fire from the back. Stairway is framed by the flames, firemen and on-lookers visible in the light.
Location: 0032.08.07.017
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Fireman standing at the bottom of a fire ladder, looking up.
Location: 0032.08.07.018
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up of fireman standing beside hydrant, with hoses still connected and covered in ice.
Location: 0032.08.07.019
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Smoking remains of Corona Hotel, with crowd of on-lookers in foreground.
Location: 0032.08.07.020
Corona Hotel Fire, Feb. 12, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Smoking remains of Corona Hotel, with crowd of on-lookers in foreground.
Location: 0032.08.07.021
Looking Southwest from Saskatoon Mountain, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View of mountains, trees and cultivated farmland to the south-west underneath Saskatoon Mountain.
Location: 0032.08.07.022
Looking Southwest from Saskatoon Mountain, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View of mountains, trees and cultivated farmland to the south-west underneath Saskatoon Mountain.
Location: 0032.08.07.023
Saskatoon Lake Pier, 1936 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Pathway to Saskatoon Lake and the swimming pier. Path is framed by trees, and two people stand at the end of the path by the lake.
Location: 0032.08.07.024
Aerials of Grande Prairie and Sexsmith, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Aerials of Grande Prairie, showing elevators, downtown core and residential area, and of town of Sexsmith with seven elevators, and the newly emerging Peace River Bible Institute campus.
Location: 0032.08.07.025a.h
Pivert Cabin in the Pines west of Wembley, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Winter scene of a log cabin in pine trees. A child and dog are playing in the snow in the foreground.
Location: 0032.08.07.026
Pivert Cabin in the Pines west of Wembley, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Side view of a log cabin sheltered in a copse of pine trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.027
Pivert Cabin in the Trees west of Wembley, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
View of front door and windows of a log cabin in a copse of trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.028
Arthur Smith Residence at Lake Saskatoon, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Front view of 1 1/2 storey home with dormer and cottage roof. Vines and flowers decorate the front of the house and two people can be seen in the living room window.
Location: 0032.08.07.029
I.V. Macklin’s Herd in the Barn, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Interior of barn showing line of approximately 20 cows in their stalls, in the light of the sun coming through the open doorway.
Location: 0032.08.07.030
Millarston Service, August 9th., 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of people gathered in the trees, some sitting on the ground and some standing. A horse is tied to a tree on the left side of the photograph.
Location: 0032.08.07.031
Lower Beaverlodge School, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Log school behind a dirt road, with a line of vehicles beside it. People are included in the photograph.
Location: 0032.08.07.032
Herman Trelle in his Wheat Field, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Distant view of Mr. Trelle up to his shoulders in the wheat.
Location: 0032.08.07.033
Herman Trelle in his Wheat Field, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up view of Mr. Trelle up to his shoulders in the wheat.
Location: 0032.08.07.034
Herman Trelle in his Field of Oats, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up view of Mr. Trelle with oats as tall as his waist.
Location: 0032.08.07.035
Herman Trelle in his Field of Oats, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up view of Mr. Trelle with oats as tall as his waist.
Location: 0032.08.07.036
Trail to the Wapiti, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Wapiti Mines vehicle trail leading through the pines down to the Wapiti River.
Location: 0032.08.07.037
Bert George Cabin on the Wapiti Mines Trail, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Landscape view of log cabin and log fence under the trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.038
Bert George Home on the Wapiti Mines Trail, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Portrait view of log cabin and log fence under the trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.039
Path Down to the Wapiti River., 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Two women walking down a vehicle path leading downhill between the trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.040
Miners Going to Work in the Wapiti Mines, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Four miners coming down the road to the mines. Wooden cribbing of the mine is visable at the right, and the river at the left.
Location: 0032.08.07.041
Miners Entering Augustine’s Mine on the Wapiti, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Miner entering the mouth of a mine along a rail track. A second miner and a pole shed protecting excavated coal are seen to the left.
Location: 0032.08.07.042
Miner Working on a Vein 350 feet into a Wapiti Coal Mine, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Miner digging at a vein of coal with a pick.
Location: 0032.08.07.043
Miner Working on a Vein 350 feet into a Wapiti Coal Mine, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Side view of miner working at a vein of coal, showing his hat and lamp.
Location: 0032.08.07.044
Spring Creek Miner, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up of Miner in full gear sitting outside the cribbing of a coal mine.
Location: 0032.08.07.045
Miner Ted Z. at the Augustine’s Coal Mine, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Informal portrait of a miner in full gear smoking his pipe. The background is a log building.
Location: 0032.08.07.046
Oley Augustine’s Bunk & Cook House, Wapiti Mines, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Landscape view of a log building just above the Wapiti River. A man is chopping firewood.
Location: 0032.08.07.047
Oley Augustine’s Bunk & Cook House, Wapiti Mines, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Portrait view of a log building just above the Wapiti River. A man is chopping firewood.
Location: 0032.08.07.048
Six Horse Team Hauling Coal up Wapiti Hill, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Distant view of three pairs of horses pulling a sled full of coal up Wapiti Hill. The driver is perched on top of the “caboose” at the front of the sled.
Location: 0032.08.07.049
Six Horse Team Hauling Coal up Wapiti Hill, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Frontal view of three pairs of horses pulling a sled of coal up Wapiti Hill. The driver is directing the horses from the top of his “caboose” at the front of the sled.
Location: 0032.08.07.050
Roy Campbell’s Coal Wagon on Highway West of Town, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up view of a four-horse team pulling a sled of coal. The sled has a built in “caboose” at the front to protect the driver.
Location: 0032.08.07.051
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 24 men and women posed in front of an automobile.
Location: 0032.08.07.052
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 24 men and women posed in front of an automobile.
Location: 0032.08.07.053
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 100 people with a background of trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.054
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 100 people with a background of trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.055
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 100 people with a background of trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.056
Old-Timers’ Picnic, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of approximately 100 people with a background of trees.
Location: 0032.08.07.057
Inaugural Air Mail Flight, March 17, 1937
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
First government contracted airmail between Edmonton and Grande Prairie. (L to R) Postmaster Cameron, Postal Inspector T.J. Reilly (of Edmonton), Barney Phillips (assistant manager of United Air Transport), Earnie Kubicek (pilot), P.J. Tooley and L.C. Porteous
Location: 0032.08.07.058
Waiting for the First Air Mail, March 17, 1937
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up of four men sitting on a fence and waiting for the plane. Right to left they are A.W. Cameron, P.J. Tooley, Frank Donald; Bill Simmons.
Location: 0032.08.07.059
Snowplane on the Wapiti Trail, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Jack Alloway, Mr. & Mrs. McQuat and daughter beside their snowplane on the Wapiti Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.060
The McQuat Snowplane, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Mr. & Mrs. McQuat inside their snowplane. A house is in the background.
Location: 0032.08.07.061
Mrs. McQuat at the Controls of the Snowplane, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up of the interior of the snowplane, with Mrs. McQuat at the controls.
Location: 0032.08.07.062
Interior of the McQuat Snowplane, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Close-up of the interior of the snowplane with no occupants.
Location: 0032.08.07.063
Clairmont Choir, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Interior church photograph showing 16 members of the Clairmont Choir in choir gowns, with the organ in the center.
Location: 0032.08.07.064
High School Basketball Team, 1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Coach and seven members of a basketball team in team sweaters, holding trophy.
Location: 0032.08.07.065
High School Executive, 1935-1936
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Seven-member executive council of high school students posed as if for year-book photograph.
Location: 0032.08.07.066
Portrait of Alex Monkman, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Head and shoulders portrait of Alex Monkman.
Location: 0032.08.07.067
Portrait of Hugh Pritchard, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Portrait of Hugh Pritchard in armchair with drapes in background.
Location: 0032.08.07.068
Portrait of Mr. N. Chappel, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Head and shoulders portrait of N. Chappel.
Location: 0032.08.07.069
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Carey, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Mrs. Carey on horseback, with husband Jim standing beside. Background is the racetrack and crowd at the Rodeo Grounds.
Location: 0032.08.07.070
Mr. & Mrs. J. Archer & Family, 1936 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Formal portrait of five members of the Archer family seated on chairs on the lawn.
Location: 0032.08.07.071
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Lunch time on the Trail. McQuarrie, Mewan, Hanson, J.D. Robertson and James Cornwall (MLA)
Location: 0032.08.07.072
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Overnight camp east bank of Smoky River from left: J.D. Robertson, Antoine Thomas, A.H. McQuarrie second from right.
Location: 0032.08.07.073
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
John Stocks (D.M.) and McEwan (packer) on the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.074
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
April 1911: J. D. Robertson preparing rabbit stew for supper. A.H. McQuarrie and James Cornwall assist.
Location: 0032.08.07.075
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Dinner on the Edson Trail. From left: Hanson, McQuarrie, Cornwall, Robertson and McEwan.
Location: 0032.08.07.076
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Dinner on the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.077
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Housekeeping on the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.078
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Six men trekking through the bush which will become the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.079
Building the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of workers with tent and bush in the background.
Location: 0032.08.07.080
Traveling the Edson Trail, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of workers or travellers in a river valley, probably on the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.081
Traveling the Edson Trail, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Wagons and horses in the same river valley as in the previous photograph, probably along the Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.082
John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works, on the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works on left, A.H. McQuarrie, road engineer center, at Indian Home at Sturgeon Lake.
Location: 0032.08.07.083
Travelling the Edson Trail with John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
April, 1911, Sturgeon Lake: Dr. R.N. Shaw, Mosier, E.E. Davidson, Harvey Switzer.
Location: 0032.08.07.084
Stopping Place on the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Stopping place, Little Smoky River Edson Trail, 1911
Location: 0032.08.07.085
Stopping Place on the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Stopping Place on Athabasca River, Edson Trail.
Location: 0032.08.07.086
Unfinished Log Cabin on the Edson Trail, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Partial log cabin on the banks of a river, possibly along the Edson Trail route.
Location: 0032.08.07.087
At Baptiste (Berland) River, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
At Baptiste River (now Berland), from left: Jim Cornwall, Mrs. Emmerson and John Stocks holding child.
Location: 0032.08.07.088
At Baptiste (Berland) River, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
At Baptiste River (now Berland), from left: Jim Cornwall, Mrs. Emmerson and John Stocks holding child.
Location: 0032.08.07.089
End of Steel, Smoky, 1915
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Community of Smoky River when it was the end of steel. Pine Pass Mercantile Ltd. banner across the street.
Location: 0032.08.07.090
Community Picnic, 1913
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
L to R: Cecil Sully, Sadie Crerar, Jack Depencier, Elizabeth Dunlop, Anna Patterson, Mamie Moore, Bill Innes, Luella Patterson, Bernard Sully, Jack Oatway, Delmar Pratt, Ed Crerar, Garnet Pratt. Standing: Mrs. Wm Pratt and Mrs. Ed Crerar.
Location: 0032.08.07.091
Arrival of Stage at Patterson Store, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Mail stage in front of Patterson’s Store, with livery barn visible to the right.
Location: 0032.08.07.092
Union Bank of Canada, Grande Prairie, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of people seated on the front porch of Patterson & Sons Store, which was also the first bank. Union Bank of Canada sign is over the doorway.
Location: 0032.08.07.093
Dominion Lands Office, Grande Prairie, 1911
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Group of men waiting to file at the Dominion Lands Office on the first day it opened, July 15, 1911.
Location: 0032.08.07.094
The Hamlet of Grande Prairie Under Construction, 1911 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Piles of lumber and building supplies in the foreground, tents, shacks and people in midfield, and Patterson & Sons Store in the background.
Location: 0032.08.07.095
Village of Lake Saskatoon, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Village of Lake Saskatoon on the west shore of Saskatoon Lake. “Lambert No. 360” is written under the photograph. Empire Barns sign visible on the roof of a barn.
Location: 0032.08.07.096
Laying the Hospital Cornerstone, 1917
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Large group of people attending the laying of the cornerstone of the Kathryn Prittie Hospital.
Location: 0032.08.07.097
Sturgeon Lake Mission and Residential School, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Residential school students outside the Mission Church at Sturgeon Lake.
Location: 0032.08.07.098
Sturgeon Lake Hudson’s Bay Post, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Buildings on the shore of Sturgeon Lake include the Hudson’s Bay Post.
Location: 0032.08.07.099
One of the First Automobiles, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Two men and two women in an early automobile.
Location: 0032.08.07.100
Unidentified Store, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
One man standing in front of a false-fronted store with large plate glass window.
Location: 0032.08.07.101
Building a Road, 1915 c.
1 glass negative; b & w; 3 x 4 in.
Men, horses and machinery on a newly constructed road, with ditches and bush on each side.
Location: 0032.08.07.102
SubSeries 032.08.09Isabel Campbell Slide collection. — 1965-1980. — 100 slides.The sub-series consists of colour slides of historical sites such as Dunvegan, Kleskun Hill Park, and Hudson Hope Dam; historic buildings at Grande Prairie, Flying Shot Lake, and Pipestone Creek; natural sites such as the Red Willow River, Simonette River, Smoky River, Wapiti River, Bad Heart District, and Richmond Hill Golf Club; and historical churches, schools, and ferries. Most of the slides are unidentified by the photographer. There is one photograph of the Bousefield Homestead and some of the Clyde Campbell Homestead which are identified. There are also slides of Isabel’s home and garden in Grande Prairie from 1965 to 1980.
Bousefield Homestead, 1970
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unoccupied log home identified as the Bousefield Homestead.
Location: 0032.08.09.001
Unidentified Historic Church, 1966
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unidentified historic church surrounded by trees.
Location: 0032.08.09.002
Glen Leslie Church, 1972
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Glen Leslie Presbyterian Church west of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.003
Unidentified Church, 1972
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unidentified frame church.
Location: 0032.08.09.004
Unidentified Log Church, 1972
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of an unidentified log church, possibly the Spring Creek Church southwest of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.005-006
St. Andrews Anglican Church, 1969-1970
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three views of St. Andrews Anglican Church on the west shore of Saskatoon Lake.
Location: 0032.08.09.007-009
Immaculate Heart Catholic Church, 1969
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Immaculate Heart Catholic Church in the Badheart District was made from straw bales during the 1950s.
Location: 0032.08.09.010
Unidentified Frame Church, 1969
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unidentified Frame Church.
Location: 0032.08.09.011
St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 1966
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
St. Barnabas Anglican Church at Flying Shot Lake.
Location: 0032.08.09.012
Christ Church Anglican, [1970]
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Christ Church Anglican in Grande Prairie on a snowy winter day.
Location: 0032.08.09.013
Unidentified Frame Church, 1965
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unidentified frame church, possibly Halcourt Methodist southwest of Beaverlodge.
Location: 0032.08.09.014
McQueen Presbyterian Church, 1965
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
McQueen Presbyterian Church on its original site beside St. Paul’s United in Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.015
Unidentified Churches, 1965
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three unidentified churches in the south Peace River Country.
Location: 0032.08.09.016-18
Dunvegan, Alberta, 1965
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three images of Dunvegan in 1965: St. Charles Mission Church and House after it had been restored, and a story circle on the lawn in the evening.
Location: 0032.08.09.019-21
Dunvegan, Alberta, 1977
4 slides; colour; 35 mm
Four images of Dunvegan in 1977: the road down on the south side, the bridge, and “the Maples” area where the Anglican Mission was located.
Location: 0032.08.09.022-25
Pipestone Creek Ferry, 1966
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three image of Pipestone Creek Ferry across the Wapiti River south of Wembley in the late fall or early spring.
Location: 0032.08.09.026-28
Grande Prairie, Alberta, 1967
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three images of early buildings in Grande Prairie: the ca. 1920 Immigration Hall, on the northwest corner of the 99th Avenue and 98th Street intersection; the 1913 RCMP barracks, renovated as a home and moved to the southeast corner of the 101 Street, 106th Avenue intersection; and the 1923 AGT building, moved to 94th Street and 106th Avenue.
Location: 0032.08.09.029-31
Montrose House Cairn, 1980
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Unveiling of the Forbes Homestead and Montrose House Cairn (on 92nd Street, south of 108 Avenue) by MLA Winston Backus, Mayor Elmer Borstad, and Councilor Paul Pivert in 1980.
Location: 0032.08.09.032
W.C. Bennett Dam, 1967
9 slides; colour; 35 mm
Building the W.C.Bennett Dam on the Peace River near Hudson Hope in 1967.
Location: 0032.08.09.033-41
Kleskun Hill Park, 1968-1972
4 slides; colour; 35 mm
Kleskun Hill Park, east of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.042-45
Flying Shot Lake, 1966
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of an unidentified log building at Flying Shot Lake, south-west of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.046-47
Pipestone Creek, 1968-1972
6 slides; colour; 35 mm
Six images of buildings and locations at Pipestone Creek, including the old Pipestone Creek Store, the Pipestone Creek School teacherage, and the bridge over the creek.
Location: 0032.08.09.048-53
Simonette River, 1968-1972
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of an unidentified picnic at the Simonette River.
Location: 0032.08.09.054-55
Smoky River, 1965
5 slides; colour; 35 mm
Five images of the campground and trails on the east side of the Smoky River bridge, west of DeBolt.
Location: 0032.08.09.056-60
Wapiti River, 1965-1966
5 slides; colour; 35 mm
Five images of the Wapiti River, from eye level and from a higher elevation.
Location: 0032.08.09.061-65
Richmond Hill Golf Club, 1965
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three images of the view from the Richmond Hill Golf Club on the top of Richmond Hill. Portions of the course are visible in the photographs.
Location: 0032.08.09.066-68
Rivertop School, 1969
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of the old Rivertop School, on the west bank of the Smoky River near Teepee Creek, many years after it closed in the 1950s.
Location: 0032.08.09.069-70
Unidentified Frame School, 1972
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of an unidentified, one-room frame school.
Location: 0032.08.09.071-72
Three Unidentified Schools, 1970
3 slides; colour; 35 mm
Three images of unidentified one-room schools.
Location: 0032.08.09.073-75
Bad Heart District, 1969
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two images of the roads and topography in the Bad Heart District.
Location: 0032.08.09.076-77
Campbell Homestead, 1965-1970
4 slides; colour; 35 mm
Four images of the roads, crops and the homestead cabin on the Campbell Homestead near Elmworth, occupied from 1919-1925 by Clyde and Myrle Campbell and their daughter Isabel.
Location: 0032.08.09.078-81
Campbell Homestead, 1965-1980
17 slides; colour; 35 mm
Seventeen images of Isabel Campbell’s home and garden at 10014-88th Avenue, in the Swanavon area of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0032.08.09.082-98
Bear Creek Dam, 1965
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Two slides of the Bear Creek Dam, in Grande Prairie, in summer and in winter.
Location: 0032.08.09.099-100
SubSeries 032.08.10Awards and Memorial Records. — 1980-1998. — 2 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of some certificates of awards given to Miss Campbell during her lifetime, and memorial records her funeral: obituaries, funeral service card, guest book, cards of condolence and written memories of Isabel; and a collection of news articles, mostly written after her death, about the impact she has had on the community of Grande Prairie and on the Peace Country.

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