Fonds 190 Panda Camera

Panda Camera fonds. — 1964-2002. — 106 cm of textual records and 31,038 images.

 

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Agency History

Panda Camera, a camera store and commercial studio specializing in portraits and public relations photography, was originally established in June 1964 by Orm Schultz. The first location was in the 99 block on Richmond Avenue in Grande Prairie, but it drew customers from across the south Peace River country. As a combination Photo Studio and Store, Panda Camera sold everything from photography books and magazines to movie cameras and slide projectors, as well as cameras, accessories, film, darkroom equipment and supplies, and display materials. It also carried related equipment such as surveying instruments, mobile telephones, binoculars and calculators, and over the years became the authorized dealer for Hasselblad, Besseler, Tamron, Polaroid, Nikon, Minolta, Yashica, Kodak, Pentax, Canon, Vivitar and Durst.

In December 1966 Paul Pivert joined the Panda Camera team. Paul inherited his love of photography from his father and uncle, both of whom were excellent amateur photographers who had documented their own activities and community events since arriving in the south Peace in 1929. Paul went on to train as a professional photographer, and in 1973 he became the sole owner of a new company, Panda Camera (1973) Ltd.

In 1976, Mr. Pivert split the business into two divisions: Panda Camera, the camera store, which remained in the main business section of Grande Prairie; and “House of Portraits”, the portrait studio. The studio was moved to a historic home built in 1928 by Joseph Crummy on the corner of 102 Street and 102 Avenue, the intersection which was once the town’s Main Street and First Avenue. The name of the studio changed in 1983 to “Studio on the Park,” to reflect the new image of the new urban Muskoseepi Park, the entrance to which is just across the street from the studio. It operated until 2002, when the historic home was torn down.

The camera store, while undergoing many changes, always retained the name of Panda Camera. In April 1984, same day processing was introduced through the Rapid Lab, state-of-the-art equipment from Hope Industries with computerized colour control and enlargement capabilities to 8 x 10. In the early 1990s it was moved to the Co-op Store, and in 1996, was sold to Diane Laurin. The business still operates as Snapshot Studio & Photo just across the street from Panda Camera’s original location on Richmond Avenue.

Custodial History

The textual records were deposited in South Peace Regional Archives by Paul Pivert in 2003. The photographic portion of the collection was officially transferred in 2010 although it had physically resided at the Archives since 2003. An accrual of photographs of the store was acquired in 2012.

Scope and Content

The fonds consists of the photographs and business records of Panda Camera. The photograph portion of the fonds contains 2461 files (31 014 images) of portraits, business, and community photographs. The business records portion of the fonds consists of records relating to the carrying out of photographic assignments; reference materials for technique and processing; marketing, promotional and advertising materials; and the organizational records needed to sustain the company: legal and planning documents, annual reports, financial records, and materials related to studio management and personnel.

Notes

Title based on the contents of the fonds.
Records deposited by Paul Pivert in 2001-2003.
An accrual of 6 photographs of the Panda Camera shop was deposited by Paul Pivert in 2012.

Table of Contents

Series 190.01Photography series
Series 190.02Photographs series
Series 190.03Marketing series
Series 190.04Business Organization series
Series 190.01Photography series. — 1975-1990. — 24 cm of textual records. — 1 photographs.The primary function of Panda Camera was Photography—carrying out photographic assignments by planning and producing photographs for clients. This included commercial photography, for which there were sitting fees and photo shoots; and community photography, when the photographer attended community events, amateur theatre productions, grads and parades for the purpose of taking photographs to be sold in the community. Paul Pivert, the primary (and for the most part, the only) photographer at Panda Camera, was much more than a commercial photographer. Born and raised in the Grande Prairie area, he inherited his interest in photography from his father and uncles, who were excellent amateur photographers. He was also a collector of old and rare cameras. Community photography was an area Paul excelled in, and he participated in programs such as the Baby Welcome Programme for the Welcome Wagon, He was also deeply involved in the community, volunteering as the photographer (sometimes with an honorarium) for such events as conventions. In the early 1980s, he became an alderman for the City of Grande Prairie. He supported the preservation of cultural and historical buildings in the city.

The series consists of the records related to the function of carrying out photographic assignments: planning, processing and presentation materials, information on the photographer and his professional memberships, and reference materials used in the creation of photographs.

SubSeries 190.01.01Paul Pivert, Photographer sub-series. — 1980-1990. — 1 cm of textual records. — 1 photographs.Paul Pivert, the primary (and for the most part, the only) photographer at Panda Camera, was much more than a commercial photographer. Born and raised in the Grande Prairie area, he inherited his interest in photography from his father and uncles, who were excellent amateur photographers. He was also a collector of old and rare cameras. Community photography was an area Paul excelled in, and he participated in programs such as the Baby Welcome Programme for the Welcome Wagon, He was also deeply involved in the community, volunteering as the photographer (sometimes with an honorarium) for such events as conventions. In the early 1980s, he became an alderman for the City of Grande Prairie. He supported the preservation of cultural and historical buildings in the city.

The sub-series consists of a photograph of Paul Pivert ca. 1975, appreciation awards from a few of the organizations he volunteered for: the Grande Prairie Hot Air Balloon Events Association, Swanavon School, St. Joseph’s Church, St. Joseph’s High School, the RCMP, Grande Prairie Little Theatre; and details of photography projects for Grande Prairie Regional College and the Toronto Star. There is also a few letters received during his time as alderman for the City of Grande Prairie.

SubSeries 190.01.02Planning & props sub-series. — 1975-1990.The sub-series consists of instructions for the customers regarding appropriate clothing, appearance and behaviour during photo shoots, instructions for the photographer for classical positions in wedding portraits, and invoices for props used during photo shoots.
SubSeries 190.01.03Equipment & supplies sub-series. — 1982-1998. — 2 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of invoices for equipment used in the photo studio and two equipment and supply catalogues from the 1980s.
SubSeries 190.01.04Photo Presentation sub-series. — 1992. — 4 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of a 1992 Artistic Woodwork manual detailing materials and equipment available for mounting and framing photographs: wood and metal frames, glass, matboards, laminating and tools for fitting, cutting and joining.
SubSeries 190.01.05Memberships & Professional Development sub-series. — 1978-1995.The sub-series consists of documents showing Paul Pivert’s participation with professional groups to assist him in his profession and business: Professional Photographers of America Inc., Retail Merchant’s Assoc. of Canada (Alberta) Inc., Game Country Travel Assoc., Better Business Bureau, Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, Central Business Assoc. of Grande Prairie, Photo Marketing Assoc. International, Alberta Professional Photographers Assoc., and Professional Photographers of Canada.
SubSeries 190.01.06Reference Material sub-series. — 1970-1989. — 16 cm of textual records.The sub-series consists of reference materials on the following topics: helping your local community through photography; photographic technique; darkroom guides, processes and products; copying and duplicating; and using slides for business purposes. There is also a series of newsletters from the Professional Photographers of Canada and six issues of The Professional Photographer from 1978 to 1983.
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Series 190.02Photographs series. — 1964-2002. — 7 cm of textual records and 31016 images.The series consists of the photographs taken by Paul Pivert and other Panda camera photographers and the customer records pertaining to those photographs. The series is divided into three sub-series: community photographs, personal and family photographs, and customer records. The community and personal photographs were originally maintained by the photographer as one unit. They were separated into two groups by the Archives to be processed differently.
SubSeries 190.02.01Community Photographs sub-series. — 1964-2002. — 25226 photographs, negatives, slides.The sub-series consists of 1994 files of community photographs (25 228 images) for events such as theatre productions, graduations, confirmations, conventions, reunions, anniversary celebrations, visiting dignitaries, political events, opening celebrations, parades, trade shows, tournaments, and sports; businesses and organizations; and community figures such as politicians, community board members, doctors, lawyers, etc. The community files were removed by the Archives from the complete Panda Camera collection and selections made of the best photographs from within each of the files. As far as possible, original order was maintained and the original file number recorded in the description.
The Road to Mecca Program, 1992
program
Creator: program
A program for the Grande Prairie Little Theatre production of Athol Fugard’s “The Road to Mecca” featuring photographs and messages from the cast, director, producer, and stage manager, and listing the production crew, sponsors, 1991-1992 season line-up, and GPLT Board of Directors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1529.23
Invitation to the Official Opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, 1984
invitation
Creator: invitation
An invitation to the Official Opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital by Peter Lougheed, Premier of Alberta, on June 15, 1984.
Location: 0190.02.01.1589.37
Composite High School Graduation Program, 1994
program, grad list
Creator: program, grad list
Composite High School Graduation 1994 program and list of graduates.Their motto is “Carpe Diem.” (See photo database for images)
Location: 0190.02.01.1981.111
Romeo and Juliet Program, October 1994
program
Creator: program
A program for the Grande Prairie Regional College theatre performance of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” featuring cast and production crew lists and brief notes, sponsor advertisements, and a play summary.
Location: 0190.02.01.1986.57
Sleeping Beauty Program, 1995
program
Creator: program
A program for the Royal Oak Players production of “Sleeping Beauty” listing the cast, production crew, sponsors, and scenes synopsis.
Location: 0190.02.01.1992.53
Baseball Alberta Pee Wee ‘AA’ Provincial Championship Program, July 30, 2000
program
Creator: program
A Baseball Alberta Pee Wee ‘AA’ Provincial Championship program for July 28-30, 2000. The program includes acknowledgements and thanks, schedule for the opening ceremonies and tournament, a brief history of minor baseball in Grande Prairie, greetings from the Mayor, County Reeve, and MLA, team rosters, list of umpires, and advertisements.
Location: 0190.02.01.2001.306
Alberta Government Telephones, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The AGT building being constructed in Grande Prairie ca. 1964. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Government Telephones.
Location: 0190.02.01.0001.01
Alberta Government Telephones, [ca. 1965]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An AGT truck and personnel inside the shop ca. 1965. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Government Telephones.
Location: 0190.02.01.0001.02
Air Cadets Inspection, [ca. 1965]
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
An Air Cadets troop at attention inside of the old Armoury building in Grande Prairie, which was their drill hall. Assumed commissioner is Air Cadets.
Location: 0190.02.01.0002.01
Air Cadets Inspection, [ca. 1965]
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
An Air Cadets troop being inspected inside of the old Armoury building in Grande Prairie, which was their drill hall. Assumed commissioner is Air Cadets.
Location: 0190.02.01.0002.02
Air Cadets Inspection, [1965]
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
An Air Cadet troop inside of a piece of training equipment in the old Armoury building in Grande Prairie, which was the Air Cadet drill hall. Assumed commissioner is Air Cadets.
Location: 0190.02.01.0002.03
Bank of Montreal, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The front exterior of the Bank of Montreal in an unidentified town. There is a Husky service station across the street. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0003.01
Bank of Montreal, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The front exterior of the Bank of Montreal in an unidentified town. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0003.02
Bank of Montreal, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The back exterior of the Bank of Montreal in an unidentified town. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0003.03
Bank of Montreal, 1965
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The interior of the Bank of Montreal in an unidentified town. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0003.04-.07
Bezanson Honour Grads, 1965
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5 in.
Group photograph of the Bezanson Honour Grads in 1965. Assumed commissioner is Bezanson School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0004.01
Bezanson School, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Bezanson School class photograph. Assumed commissioner is Bezanson School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0005.01
Bezanson School, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Bezanson School boys basketball team. Assumed commissioner is Bezanson School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0005.02
Bezanson School, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Bezanson School girls basketball team. Assumed commissioner is Bezanson School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0005.03
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Speaker at the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.01
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 photograph; b & w; 3.5 x 3.5 in.
Presenters at the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.02
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative and photograph; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in ; 3.5 x 3.5 in.
Presenters at the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.03
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative and photograph; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 3.5 x 3.5 in.
Officials and staff at the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.04
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative and photograph; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in ; 3.5 x 3.5 in.
A view of the audience at the the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.05
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
People having refreshments after the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.06
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
People having refreshments after the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.07
Esso Tiger in Your Tank, 1965
1 negative and photograph; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
People mingling after the public launch of the Esso Station ” Put aTiger in Your Tank” promotion. Original envelope was also labeled “CHED”. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0006.08
Grande Prairie Junior College, [ca. 1965]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Four people in the library at the Grande Prairie Junior College. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0007.01
Deluxe Cleaners, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
A negative showing the Deluxe Cleaners shop, sign and van on the corner of 100th Street and 103 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is Deluxe Cleaners.
Location: 0190.02.01.0008.01
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The exterior of the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.01-.02
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Staff/officials at the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.03-.05
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The exterior of the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.06-.07
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; colour; 35 mm
Underexposed view from the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.08
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The boarding lounge at the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.09-.12
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The kitchen area in the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.13-.14
Grande Prairie Airport, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The boarding lounge at the Grande Prairie Airport building. Assumed commissioner is the Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0009.15-.16
Easter Seals Campaign – 4-H & CFGP, 1964 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in
Four people with a tabletop Easter Seals Campaign display titled “With Your Help We’ve Got It Made”, a Grande Prairie-Clairmont Multi-Project from the 4-H Club. Assumed commissioner is 4-H or CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0010.01
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Group photograph of the Falher United Grain Growers staff. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.01
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Falher United Grain Growers staff studying grain samples. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.02
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Group photograph of the Falher United Grain Growers staff. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.03
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Falher United Grain Growers staff studying grain samples. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.04
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Falher United Grain Growers Elevator and buildings. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.05
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Grain elevators, buildings, and a train in Falher. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.06
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5 in.
Grain elevators, buildings, and a train in Falher. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.07
Falher UGG, 1965
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5 in.
Falher United Grain Growers elevator and buildings. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers, Falher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0011.08
Fisher, Mrs. G., 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Head and shoulders portrait of Mrs. G. Fisher, member of the Kinettes. Assumed commissioner is Mrs. G. Fisher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0012.01
Girl Guides, [ca. 1965]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
A group of Girl Guides, most of them in uniform. Assumed commissioner is the Girl Guides.
Location: 0190.02.01.0013.01
Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Aerial photographs of the area of the proposed new golf course beside Bear Creek. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0014.01-02
Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Golfers enjoying a drink in the Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club clubhouse. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0014.03-.04
Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club, [ca. 1964]
10 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Golfers participate in the Golf Open at the Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club. Activites shown include teeing off, walking the course, and on the green. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf & Country Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0014.05-.14
Grande Prairie City; Richmond Ave.-100th Street, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Richmond (100th) Avenue, looking west from mid-way between 99th and 100th Street. Visible businesses include Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop, Hudson’s Bay Co., Central Jewelers and Saan Store. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0015.01
Grande Prairie Vocational High School, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Grande Prairie Vocational High School Graduation group photograph in 1965. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Vocational High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0016.01
Grande Prairie Women’s Institute, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The Grande Prairie Women’s Institute members at their 40th anniversary banquet, including front row: Sylvia Macdonald, Mrs. Ireland, Betty Welter, Mrs. Van Schaik, Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Forman, Mrs. Charters, Mrs. Mensinger; back row: Louise Thompson, Mrs. Volden, Mrs. Chalmers, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. H. McDonald, Mrs. Bouchor, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Hnatiuk, Mrs. Carveth, Mrs. Henning, Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Field, Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Gorman, Mrs. McFetridge, and Ruth Bailey. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Women’s Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0017.01
Grande Prairie Women’s Institute, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The Grande Prairie Women’s Institute members, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Hnatiuk, and Mrs. Carveth, at their 40th anniversary banquet. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Women’s Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0017.02
Harry Balfour School, 1964
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
A portrait of a man at Harry Balfour School, possibly the principal. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.01-.02
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The exterior of Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.03
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School Boys Football Team. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.04
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School Junior Red Cross. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.05
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School, possibly a journalism club. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.06
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Two students from Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.07
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An unidentified group of students from Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.08
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An unidentified group of students from Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.09
Harry Balfour School, 1964
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School class photographs. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.10-.12
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School girls basketball team, the Starlites. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.13
Harry Balfour School, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Harry Balfour School boys basketball team, the Rebels. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0018.14
Higa Dental Clinic, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Dr. Higa’s new Dental Clinic under construction at 10136-101 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is Higa Dental Clinic.
Location: 0190.02.01.0019.01
Higa Dental Clinic, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Dr. Higa’s recently completed Dental Clinic at 10136-101 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is Higa Dental Clinic.
Location: 0190.02.01.0019.02
Ray Innes, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Ray Innes in uniform as the District Deputy for B.P.O.E. (Benevolent Protective Order of Elks) No. 285. Assumed commissioner is Elks No. 285.
Location: 0190.02.01.0020.01
Job’s Daughters, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Group photograph of Job’s Daughters members in uniform. Assumed commissioner is Job’s Daughters.
Location: 0190.02.01.0021.01
Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
House and barns at the Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm at Beaverlodge, run by D. S. Bristow and Sons. Assumed commissioner is Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm.
Location: 0190.02.01.0022.01-.02
Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Dairy cows at the Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm at Beaverlodge, run by D. S. Bristow and Sons. Assumed commissioner is Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm.
Location: 0190.02.01.0022.03
Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Ribbons and awards won by the owners of Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm at Beaverlodge, run by D. S. Bristow and Sons. Assumed commissioner is Leifsum Holsteins Dairy Farm.
Location: 0190.02.01.0022.04
Lewis & Wright Insurance, [1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Three men at the Lewis & Wright Insurance office. Assumed commissioner is Lewis & Wright Insurance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0023.01
Midwest Electric Ltd., 1965
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
The Midwest Electric trade show booth advertising General Electric appliances. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0024.01
Midwest Electric Ltd., 1965
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
The Midwest Electric trade show booth advertising General Electric appliances and the Bernina trade show booth. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0024.02
Montrose Junior High School, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Frontal view of Montrose Junior High School on 99th Street and 101 Avenue, soon after it was built. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0025.01
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Equipment and buildings at the Northern Canadian Forestry Industry lumber yard. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.01-.03
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
A banquet and speaker at the Elks Hall for the Northern Canadian Forest Industry. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.04
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An employee operating a complex machine at the Northern Canadian Forestry Industry lumber yard. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.05
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An employee operating a Caterpillar loader at the Northern Canadian Forestry Industry lumber yard. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.06
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
A tour group at the Northern Canadian Forestry Industry lumber yard. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.07-.09
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An employee shows samples during a tour at the Northern Canadian Forestry Industry lumber yard. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.10
Northern Canadian Forest Industry, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
A banquet and speaker at the Elks Hall for the Northern Canadian Forest Industry. Assumed commissioner is Northern Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0026.11
Northland Utilities, 1964
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Two views of the Northland Utilities tower on approximately 97th Street and 98th Avenue., showing various businesses in the background. Assumed commissioner is Northland Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0027.01-.02
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
12 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Lumberyard, equipment, buildings, and workers at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.01-.12
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Workers posing on logs and beside equipment at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.13-.15
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Workers in a shop at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.16-.18
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
2 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Workers’ families at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.19-.20
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 35 mm
The dining hall and cooks at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.21
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 35 mm
In the office at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.22
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
5 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
A full dining hall at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.23-.27
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 35 mm
Bunkhouses at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.28
Norton Lumber Company, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Three man band at the Norton Lumber Company. Assumed commissioner is Norton Lumber Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0028.29-.32
Getting a Haircut, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Parker Schultz getting a haircut in an unidentified barber shop. Assumed commissioner is Parker Schultz.
Location: 0190.02.01.0029.01
Prairie Cycle, 1965
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5 in.
Prairie Cycle & Auto Supply trade show booth. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0030.01
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Prairie Signs sign on Modern Paint & Home Furnishings. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.01
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Prairie Signs sign being mounted on Corkum, Harris & Co. Ltd. real estate and rental office. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.02
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie Signs signs for the Stockade Motel, Menzies Printers, Leslie’sGroceries and a Shell station. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.03-.06
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie signage on Cliff’s Shell Service, United Uniform Rentals, Wapitit Cold Storage, and Lou’s Auto Body. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.07-.10
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie signage on Sherwood Lanes “Go Bowling”, Sharko Sand and Gravel Trucking Service, Richmond Realty Ltd., and Tramer Sheet Metal Works. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.11-.14
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie signage on Randall Agencies Ltd., Modern Paint, and Leslie’s Drive-In – Soft Ice-Cream. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.15-.18
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
4 negatives; colour; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie signage on Pick-a Dilly Car Sales, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Wally’s, and McKenzie Stationers. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.19-.22
Prairie Signs, [ca. 1964]
7 negatives; b & w; 28 x 28 mm
Prairie signage on Mc Kenzie Stationers, Dell’s Shell Service, Pick-a Dilly Car Sales,Civic Tire and Battery, K& A Second Hand Store, Alberta Tractor Parts, and Stockade Motel. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0031.23-.29
George Repka, 1964 c
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 4.5
Mayor of Grande Prairie from 1958-1967, George Repka. Assumed commissioner is George Repka.
Location: 0190.02.01.0032.001
Scott Fruit Company, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Scott Fruit Company building showing cars parked along the side. Assumed commissioner is Scott Fruit Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0033.01
Shriners, 1965
1 negative; colour; 3.5 x 5
Group photo of the 25 members of the Shriners Club. Assumed commissioner is Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0034.01
Shriners, 1965
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Group photo of the 8 members of the Shriners Club. Assumed commissioner is Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0034.02
Shriners’ President, 1965
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Photo of the president of the Shriners Club. Assumed commissioner is Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0034.03
Ski Hill on the Wapiti, 1964 c.
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 4.5
Aerial photo of the Wapiti River valley showing the road and the ski hill on the east bank. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0035.01
Wapiti Ski Hill Chalet, 1964 c.
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Newly built Wapiti Ski Hill chalet showing the sign “Grande Prairie Ski Club -Herald Tribune Free Ski School” and several people working around the building. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0035.02
Wapiti Ski Hill Chalet, 1964 c.
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Working at the Wapiti Ski Hill chalet, a man is seen pulling a loaded toboggan. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0035.03
Thomson Motors Chev- Olds Dealership, 1964 c
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 4.5
Thompson Motors Chev-Olds dealership, owned by Gordon Wilson, on 100 St. Grande Prairie, showing the showroom, exterior lot and drive-through to the service area. Assumed commissioner is Thompson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0036.01-.03
Thomson Motors Chev- Olds Dealership, 1964 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 4.5
Thompson Motors Chev-Olds dealership, owned by Gordon Wilson, on 100 St. Grande Prairie, showing vehicles in the interior showroom and a salesperson at his desk. Assumed commissioner is Thompson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0036.04-.05
Thomson Motors Chev- Olds Dealership, 1964 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 4.5
Thompson Motors Chev-Olds dealership, owned by Gordon Wilson, on 100 St. Grande Prairie, showing the service bays in operation. Assumed commissioner is Thompson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0036.06-.07
Thomson Motors Chev- Olds Dealership, 1964 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 4.5
Two gentlemen connected to theThompson Motors Chev-Olds dealership; one accepting a tribute from the other. Assumed commissioner is Thompson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0036.08
Toni’s Alterations, 1964 c.
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Two women seated – one giving the other a manicure. Assumed commissioner is Toni’s Alterations.
Location: 0190.02.01.0037.01-.02
Toni’s Alterations, 1964 c.
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Two women – one pinning in the other’s skirt for alterations and then showing her how to use the sewing machine. Assumed commissioner is Toni’s Alterations.
Location: 0190.02.01.0037.03-.04
Trade Fair, 1964 c.
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Trade Fair booths included the following business labels: Arco Products, Carbureter Power Center, Monro-Matic shock absorbers, Blaupunkt, and Bosch. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0038.01-.07
Hugh Twa, Shriner President, 1965
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 4.5
Shriner president, Hugh Twa. Assumed commissioner is Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0039.001
Wapiti Aerials, 1964
10 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Aerials of the Wapiti River Valley including one of the bridge on Highway 40. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0040.01-.10
Wardair, 1964 c.
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 5
A group of passengers pose for a photo beside a Wardair plane. Assumed commissioner is Wardair.
Location: 0190.02.01.0041.001
Waterous Equipment, 1964
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Waterous Equipment Ltd. building showing vehicles in the parking lot in front. Assumed commissioner is Waterous Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0042.01
Waterous Equipment Personnel,
3 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5; 2 x 3.5
3 negatives of Waterous personnel. Two may be B. Humphrey and B. O’Toole. Assumed commissioner is Waterous Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0042.02-.04
Woolworth’s, 1964 c.
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Woolworth’s celebrates Frontier Days as part of the County Fair with people dressed up standing in front of the door. Assumed commissioner is Woolworth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0043.01
Aerials of Grande Prairie, 1966 c
5 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Aerials of Grande Prairie, showing G.P. golf course, the resevoir and G.P. Composite High School, A.G.T. tower, and Macklin’s farm. The original envelope was titled “Golf Course Aerials.” Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf Course.
Location: 0190.02.01.0044.01-.05
Aerials of Grande Prairie, Wapiti Bridge, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie’s southside and the Wapiti bridge. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0045.01-.02
R. Angus, 1966 c
3 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Three negatives of a DC 6 Caterpillar Tractor in the R. Angus yard at Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0046.1-.3
The Stars of “Annie Get Your Gun”, 1966 c
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 4
The theatre cast and director of “Annie Get Your Gun”. Assumed commissioner is the theatre company performing “Annie Get Your Gun” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0047.01-.08
Practicing for “Annie Get Your Gun”, 1966 c
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
The theatre cast and director of “Annie Get Your Gun’ practicing scenes. Assumed commissioner is the theatre company performing “Annie Get Your Gun” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0047.09-15
Kinsmen Club Convention, October 27, 1966
19 negatives; colour; 35 mm
20 negatives of the Kinsmen Club Convention on October 27, 1966. Photographs include Grande Prairie Composite High School, where the convention was held; groups photographs of a bus-load from Calgary, a men’s hockey team, a women’s swim team; and many unidentified groups of both men and women in matching costumes. Theme appears to have been Arabian Nights, but there are also lots of cowboy and cowgirl outfits. Assumed commissioner is Kinette Club of Dawson Creek, contact Mrs. Paul P. Antosz.
Location: 0190.02.01.0048.01-.19
Grande Prairie Athletics Hockey Team, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Athletics Hockey Team pose for photo in front of the penalty box while spectators look on. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0049.01
Bank of Commerce, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Bank of Commerce building on the corner of 100St. And 100 Ave. Grande Prairie showing businesses Farmers and Merchants Trust, and Panda Camera. The photo shows the intersection and the two way traffic on 100 Ave., with the Provincial Building to the south. Second photo shows a parking lot behind the bank. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0050.01-.02
The Dunes Ranch, 1966 c
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
The Dunes Ranch owned by Hugh Burnes was located south of Grande Prairie and offered trail rides along the banks of the Wapiti River. Assumed commissioner is Hugh Burnes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0051.01-.06
Alan Bush, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Alan Bush, United Church Minister in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Alan Bush.
Location: 0190.02.01.0052.01
C.F.G.P. Building, 1966 c
2 negative; b & w; colour; 4 x 5; 2.5 x 3
Front exterior of the CFGP building. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0053.01-.02
Canadian Utilities Building, 1966
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Christmas lighting on the Canadian Utilities building. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0054.01
A Tour Through Canfor Mill Operation, 1966 c
20 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
A tour through Canfor mill operation: aerials, machinery photos, staff, reforestation, 365 Safety Days. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.01-.20
A Tour Through Canfor Mill Operation, 1966 c
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Canfor tour, safety promotion. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.21-.26
A Tour Through Canfor Mill Operation, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor tour, safety promotion – interior view. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.27
Canfor Tour, 1966
13 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Canfor tour through their yard including buildings, equipment and log piles. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.28-40
Canfor Tour, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Canfor tour showing a fork lift lifting a pile of lumber. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.40
Canfor Tour, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Canfor tour showing the signage on a railway car, “Woodchip service between Grande Prairie and Prince George” and an aerial of the Canfor yard. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.41-42
Aerials of the Canfor Mill, 1966
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Aerials of the Canfor Mill. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.44-48
Aerials of the Canfor Mill, 1966
5 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Aerials of the Canfor Mill. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.49-.53
Canfor Mill Safety, 1966
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor Mill workers, one in an office, a group with a Grande Prairie Fire Department staff member in front of the fire station and posing in front of their sign, “365 days without an injury”. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.54-57
Canfor Mill Safety, 1966
3 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Canfor Mill worker in the lunch room looking at the safety display banner. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0055.58-60
Case Power and Equipment, 1967
21 negative; colour; 35 mm
Case Power and Equipment showing McCormick, John Deer, Case, and Minneapolis tractors. Assumed commissioner is Case Power and Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0056.01-.21
Centennial Committee, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of four members of a Centennial Committee formed to plan celebrations for Canada’s 100th birthday. Assumed commissioner is the Centennial Committee.
Location: 0190.02.01.0057.01
Views of Grande Prairie City Buildings and Facilities, 1966 c
40 negatives; 40; 35 mm
Grande Prairie city buildings including homes, schools, churches, outdoor swimming pool, elevators, court house, downtown buildings and businesses, Northern Bottling plant, liquor store, provincial building, curling rink, Canfor Mill, Tartan Motel, Safeway, and street construction. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.01-.40
Esso Bulk Fuel Station, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Esso bulk fuel station on the corner of 102 St and 98 Ave. Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.03
United Church, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
View of the United Church, center aisle. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.04
Grande Prairie’s Outdoor Swimming Pool, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie’s outdoor swimming pool in Bear Creek park.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.09
Grande Prairie’s Federal Building, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie’s federal building housing federal government offices and the Post Office. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.13
A New Home in the VLA Area, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
A new home in the VLA area of Grande Prairie owned by the Watson family. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.19
Modern Paint & Home Furnishings, 1966 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Modern Paint and Home Furnishings located on 100 St. in Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0058.28
Consolidated Concrete Staff, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Staff of Consolidated Concrete (Mackie’s Concrete Works) gather for a celebration. Assumed commissioner is Consolidated Concrete.
Location: 0190.02.01.0059.01-.03
Cookshaw Electric, 1966 c
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Norm Cookshaw, of Cookshaw Electric, poses beside a “Cable ” sign on the ground and beside high voltage units. Assumed commissioner is Cookshaw Electric.
Location: 0190.02.01.0060.01-.04
Grande Prairie Co-op, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Three Co-op board members hold up a cheque to be used for store construction. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0061.01
Grande Prairie Co-op, 1966 c
7 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
Co-op board members visit constuction site of the new Co-op building in downtown Grande Prairie. 4 photos show the construction of the foundation and one shows the walls going up. Homes and elevators are visible in the background. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0061.02-.08
Corkum Harris and Company Real Estate, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Corkum Harris and Company Real Estate & Rentals showing the building exterior and staff. Assumed commissioner is Corkum Harris and Company Real Estate & Rentals.
Location: 0190.02.01.0062.01-.02
Grande Prairie County Council, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Twelve mwmbers of County of Grande Prairie Council seated around a table. Assumed Commissioner is County of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0063.01
County Fair Parade, 1966
33 negatives; colour; 35 mm
County Fair Parade down 100 Ave. Grande Prairie. Floats include The Bay, Pacific 66, Alberta Forest Service, CCIL, The Daily Herald Tribune, Macleods, riders on horses and bycicles, people dressed up in old time costumes, Mrs. Hnatiuk, Citzen of the Year. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0064.01-.33
County of Grande Prairie No. 1- May Flower weeds, 1966 c
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A man stands in a field showing a close up of May Flower weeds. Other shots are of the field and then a tractor and swather cutting the crop. Assumed commissioner is County of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0065.01-.08
Curling Team, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 5
A curling team poses “in the house” on the ice. Assumed commissioner is the curling team shown.
Location: 0190.02.01.0066.01-.02
Grande Prairie Elks District Deputy, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Portraits of a Grande Prairie B.P.O.E District 285 Deputy. Assumed commissioner is Elks District 285.
Location: 0190.02.01.0067.01-.02
B.P.O.E Parade, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 3.5 x 4.5
A parade of B.P.O.Elks delegates from different provinces in town for a convention that included curling games (Corby Curling Finals). Assumed commissioner is Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0068.01-.03
Family Service Bureau, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Group photos of the Family Services Bureau, one showing a presentation of a certificate to a woman. Assumed commissioner is Family Services Bureau.
Location: 0190.02.01.0069.01-.02
Farmers and Merchants Trust, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 X 5
Farmers and Merchants Trust building, and a presentation of Christmas turkey. Assumed commissioner is Farmers and Merchants Trust.
Location: 0190.02.01.0070.01-.02
Field, Linda, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 3.5 x 4.5
Linda Field poses in her majorette outfit. Assumed commissioner is Linda Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0071.01
Film Council, [ca. 1966]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Film Council members pose beside projectors. Assumed commissioner is the Film Council.
Location: 0190.02.01.0072.01
Ford Company, Edmonton, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Group photo of workers of Ford Company, Edmonton. Assumed commissioner is Ford Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0073.01
Fraiser and Rice Construction Limited, 1966
12 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Interior shots of a hospital (possibly Hythe) showing different rooms. Assumed commissioner is Fraiser and Rice Construction Limited.
Location: 0190.02.01.0074.01-.12
Fraiser and Rice Construction Limited, 1966
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Hythe School Construction. Assumed commissioner is Fraiser and Rice Construction Limited.
Location: 0190.02.01.0074.13-.15
Free Span Building, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Free span building showing the inside framework. Commissioner is unidentified therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0075.01
Frontier Days, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Two children dressed in old time outfits for Frontier Days. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0076.01
Frontier Days – Bathtub Races, 1966 c
4 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Bathtub races on the reservoir showing spectators and competitors with homemade boats including one from Macklin Farms. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0076.02-.05
Hockey Award Presented to Pat Gouchie, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Hockey award being presented to Pat Gouchie, flanked by Misses Majorettes, Miss Swim Club, Miss Sea Cadet. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics or Pat Gouchie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0077.01
Building the Royal Bank Building, 1966
6 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Construction of the Royal Bank building on 100 Ave. and 101 St. corner. York Hotel, Lillge’s Hardware, Roy Wright’s Store and Thomson Motors are visible in some images. Assumed commissioner is Grady Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0078.01-.06
Building the Royal Bank Building, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Interior photographs of the construction of the Royal Bank building on the corner of 100 Ave. and 101 St. Assumed commissioner is Grady Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0078.07-.08
Granco Real Estate Home, 1966 c
5 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Granco Real Estate home exterior and interior. Assumed commissioner is Granco Real Estate.
Location: 0190.02.01.0079.01-.05
Grande Prairie Cleaners, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Cleaners showing a worker pressing a jacket. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Cleaners.
Location: 0190.02.01.0080.01
Grande Prairie High School, [ca. 1966]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Group of seven students from Grande Prairie High School, possibly the Students Council. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0081.01
Grande Prairie High School, [ca. 1966]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Group of 23 students from Grande Prairie High School. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0081.02
Grande Prairie High School Grad Class, [ca. 1966]
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Grad class from Grande Prairie Composite High School around 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0081.03-06
Grande Prairie Motors, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Grande Prairie Motors Ltd., Studebaker Sales and Service, on 100th Avenue and 110th Street on the way to the airport. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Motors Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0082.01
Grande Prairie Rotary Park, 1966
6 negatives; photographs; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2 in.; 3 x 3 in.
City of Grande Prairie Rotary campsite and tourist information on the west side of the Bear Creek reservoir. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0083.01-06
Grande Prairie Vocational School Graduation, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Graduating class of Grande Prairie Vocational High School in 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Vocational School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0084.01
Grande Prairie Vocational School, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Graduating class of Grande Prairie Vocational High School in 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Vocational School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0085.01
Grande Prairie Airport, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 35 mm
Two airplanes in the air over Grande Prairie airport. The photograph was commissioned by Jim Haiste.
Location: 0190.02.01.0086.01
Hanson Hardware, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Paint display in the interior og the Hanson Hardware Store. Assumed commissioner is Hanson Hardware.
Location: 0190.02.01.0087.01
Harry Balfour School, 1966
16 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2 in.; 3 x 3 in.
Class photos of students and teachers at Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0088.01-16
Hockey Players, 1966 c
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photos of 4 unidentified Grande Prairie Athletics players and coaches ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.01-03, .14
Stan Neufeld, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of Stan Neufeld from the Grande Prairie Athletics ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.04
Hockey Players, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of an unidentified player from the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.05
Pat Gouchie, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of Pat Gouchie, a player from the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.06
Hockey Players, 1966 c
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Unidentified players from the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.07-10
Tom Zasadny, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of Tom Zasadny, a player on the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.11
Pete Wright, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of Pete Wright, a player on the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.12
Ken Head, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2 in.
Team photo of Ken Head, a coach of the Grande Prairie Athletics hockey team ca. 1966. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Athletics.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.13
Hockey Teams, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Group photographs of Grande Prairie hockey teams: the Kinsmen and the Knights. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Minor Hockey League.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.15-.16
Hockey Trophies, [ca. 1965]
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Groups of players and coaches with trophies. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Minor Hockey League.
Location: 0190.02.01.0089.17-.18
Holroyd Drugs, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Windows display at Holroyd Drugs for Fathers’ Day, featuring Old Spice with the logo, “Sail into Dad’s Heart.” Assumed commissioner is Holroyd Drugs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0090.01
Hythe High School, 1967
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2 in.
Five “waist up” photographs of grads as individuals and couples at Hythe High School. Assumed commissioner is Hythe High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0091.01-05
Int. Drill Fluids, 1966
1 ; 2 negatives; b & w; colour; 4 x 5 in. ; 2 x 2 in.
Int. Drill Fluids employees beside an airplane. Assumed commissioner is Int. Drill Fluids.
Location: 0190.02.01.0092.01-03
Jaycees, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Two photographs of a map display of where Jaycees function in Canada. Assumed commissioner is Jaycees.
Location: 0190.02.01.0093.01-02
Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Exterior of Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop on the corner of 100th Avenue and 100th Street showing the building from the west and the south. Assumed commissioner is Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop.
Location: 0190.02.01.0094.01-02
Kiwanis, 1966
12 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Twelve photographs of the Kiwanis Club inside a bus. Assumed commissioner is Kiwanis Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0095.01-12
Kiwanis Santa, 1966 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2 in.
Kiwanis Santa surrounded by four children. Assumed commissioner is Kiwanis Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0095.13
Legion Building, Thomson Motors, 1966
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Royal Canadian Legion building from various outside views and Thomson Motors Chev-Olds dealership on 100 Street, Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0096.01-.05
Ribbon Cutting at Loveseth Garage, 1966
6 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Ribbon cutting at the new Loveseth Garage showing inside and loutside views and staff. Assumed commissioner is Loveseth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0097.01-.06
A Young Majorette, 1966 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
A young majorette stikes a pose. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie majorette group.
Location: 0190.02.01.0098.01
A Majorette Group, 1966 c
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
A group of young majorettes pose as a group and some show stike a positioned pose. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie majorette group.
Location: 0190.02.01.0098.02-08
Mrs. McBryan, ca. 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2 ; 3 x 3
Mrs. Evy McBryan, artist, conducts an art class. Assumed commissioner is Mrs. Evy McBryan.
Location: 0190.02.01.0099.01
H. McNally, November 1967
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 3.5
H. McNally dressed as a jockey. Assumed commissioner is H. McNally.
Location: 0190.02.01.0100.01-.02
Midwest Electric, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Midwest Electric, Midwest Kitchen Center and Electric Motor Rewind, on the highway bypass, showing the exterior of the building with service vehicles parked in a perfect line in front. Assumed commissioner is Midwest Electric.
Location: 0190.02.01.0101.01
Modern Paint, Mutual Life, Motel, Bank, 1966 c
15 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Buildings shown are Modern Paint outside, and inside offices of Mutual Life, a downtown motel, and the Imperial Bank of Commerce building on the corner of 100 St. and 100 Ave. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0102.01-.15
Montrose School Music Students, 1966
2 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Mr. Martin Intscher, music teacher at Montrose Junior High School, with his orchestra and band students. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.01-.02
Montrose Junior High School Exterior, 1966
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School exterior showing students walking by the pillars that support the library. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.03-.05
Montrose Junior High School Lobby and Library, 1966
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High School front entrance featuring a trophy case and the upstairs library. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.06-.07
Montrose Junior High School Library, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Inside Montrose Junior High School upstairs library showing student art work and a group of students at a table with their teacher, Miss Betty Scharff. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.08-.09
Tom Sheehan, Montrose Junior High School Vice-Principal, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Tom Sheehan, Montrose Junior High School Vice-Principal. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.10
Montrose Junior High School Phys.Ed. Teacher, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High School Physical Education Teacher. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.11
Harold Liebrecht, Montrose Junior High Teacher, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Harold (Hal) Liebrecht, Montrose Junior High School teacher. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.12
Sally Bradley, Montrose Junior High Teacher, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Sally Bradley, Montrose Junior High School teacher. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.13
Montrose Junior High School Principal, Mr. Husby, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School Principal, Mr.Phillip Husby. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.14
Montrose Junior High School Maintenance Personnel, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High maintenance personnel. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.15-.16
Montrose Junior High School Class, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High grade eight class with teachers Mary Melnyk and Alfred Zariwny. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.17
Montrose Junior High School Classes, 1966
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High grade eight and nine classes in 1966. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.18-28
Montrose Junior High Girls Sports Teams, 1966
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High Girls Sports Teams including the Kiwis and some including the teacher/coach, Betty Scharff. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.29-35
Montrose Junior High Swanette Volleyball Team, 1966
1 negative, photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High Girls Volleyball Team, the Swanettes. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.36
Montrose Junior High Girls’ “Gab Board”, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High Girls’ “Gab Board”. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.37
Montrose Junior High Girls Basketball Teams, 1966
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High Girls Basketball Team, the “Chinooks”. Girls include Betty Tissington, Ruth Alloway, Leslie Ayre, Debbie Holler, Jane Watson, Gwen Tetreau, Darlene Repka with coach, Betty Scharff. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.38-.39
Montrose Junior High Boys Basketball Teams, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High Boys Basketball Teams with teacher/coaches Rod White and Hideo Fukushima. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.40-.41
Montrose Junior High Boys SportsTeams, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School boys sports teams with teacher/coach Alfred Zariwny. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.42-.43
Montrose Junior High Boys SportsTeams, 1966
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School boys sports teams with teacher/coaches Rod White and Hideo Fukushima. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.44-.47
Montrose Junior High Boys “Rovers” Basketball Team, 1966
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Montrose Junior High School boys “Rovers” basketball team with teacher/coach Hideo Fukushima. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.48
Montrose Junior High Yearbook Committee, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School student group (likely a yearbook committee?) with teachers Karen Burgess and Eunice Shreenan. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.49
Montrose Junior High Student Groups, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Montrose Junior High School student groups, one with teacher Betty Scharff. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0103.50-.51
J. B. Oliver Honored, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
J. B. Oliver appears to be honored here and is seen flanked by two members of the clergy, being presented with a floral bouquet, and a view of seated guests. Assumed commissioner is J. B. Oliver.
Location: 0190.02.01.0104.01-.03
Camera Club Gathering, [ca. 1968]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Camera Club gathering. Assumed commissioner is Camera Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0105.01
Pacific 66, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Two Pacific 66 stations are shown; one on 115 Avenue taken from the Safeway Plaza across the street and one near the elevators near 98 Street, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Pacific 66.
Location: 0190.02.01.0106.01-.03
Pan American & Cascade Drilling, 1966 c.
7 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Pan American & Cascade Drilling installation of an oil derrick showing the rig and workers. Assumed commissioner is Pan American & Cascade Drilling.
Location: 0190.02.01.0107.01-.07
Pan American & Cascade Drilling Rig, 1966 c.
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Pan American & Cascade Drilling oil derrick. Assumed commissioner is Pan American & Cascade Drilling.
Location: 0190.02.01.0107.08
Pan American & Cascade Drilling Rig Officials, 1966 c.
2 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Pan American & Cascade Drilling company officials in winter in front of an airplane, then arriving in a car at the site. Assumed commissioner is Pan American & Cascade Drilling.
Location: 0190.02.01.0107.09-10
Aerial of Pan American & Cascade Drilling Rig, 1966 c.
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Pan American & Cascade Drilling rig as seen from the air. Assumed commissioner is Pan American & Cascade Drilling.
Location: 0190.02.01.0107.11
Park Hotel Cabaret Opening, 1966
1 negative; colour; 2.5 x3.5
Personnel of the Park Hotel stand behind a ribbon ready for the opening of their Flamingo Cabaret. Assumed commissioner is Park Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0108.01
Peace River Bible College, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Peace River Bible College group photo of students and staff. Assumed commissioner is Peace River Bible Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0109.01
Swan City Players Create Malamute Saloon, 1966
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Swan City players create a drama centered on the “Malamute Saloon”. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Players.
Location: 0190.02.01.0110.01-.02
Recreation Department – Robin Hood, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
City Recreation Department have children playing Robin Hood. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie Recreation Department.
Location: 0190.02.01.0111.01
Ridge Valley Curlers, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Ridge Valley curling team hold their winning trophy. Assumed commissioner is Ridge Valley curling team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0112.01
M.J. Rodacker Sales and Service, ca. 1966
2 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
M.J. Rodacker Sales and Service located on the corner of 101 Street and 101 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is M. J. Rodacker Sales and Service.
Location: 0190.02.01.0113.01-.02
M.J. Rodacker, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
M.J. Rodacker Sales and Service located on the corner of 101 Street and 101 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is M. J. Rodacker Sales and Service.
Location: 0190.02.01.0113.03
Rotary Work Bee, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Rotary Club members working at envelope stuffing for a charity. Envelope is labelled “Rotary Seals”. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0114.01
City Industrial Businesses, [ca. 1968]
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
City industrial businesses including an Esso station, Pacific 66, bulk oil tanks, National and other elevators, and Borstad Cartage. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0115.01-.08
Player’s Cigarettes Fred Schenk, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Fred Schenk worked for Player’s Cigarettes and is seen handing keys to the winner of the Mustang seen behind them. Assumed commissioner is Player’s Cigarettes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0116.01
Security Trust – Exterior, 1966
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Security Trust showing frontage on the street next to a fashion shop and a business machine store. Assumed commissioner is Security Trust.
Location: 0190.02.01.0117.01-.04
Security Trust – Interior, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Security Trust office showing interior. Assumed commissioner is Security Trust.
Location: 0190.02.01.0117.05
Sehara Fire, 1966 c
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Sehara fire showing damage done to interior and exterior. Assumed commissioner is (Mr.?) Sehara.
Location: 0190.02.01.0118.01-.06
Sexsmith Grads, 1967
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Group photo of the Sexsmith graduating class of 1967. (Schools they transferred from in brackets) Front row: L-R: Lucia Kaczmarek (St. Mary), Judy Weber (Teepee Creek) Gail Wild (La Glace), Maxine Hawryluk (Bezanson), Rita Delaney (Sexsmith), Lois Carter (St. Mary), Colleen Kusk (St. Mary), Sharon Tshritter (Bezanson), Linda Pettersson (Sexsmith). Second Row L-R: Joyce Gacek (St. Mary), Barbara Podulsky (Bezanson), Gail Williams (Sexsmith), Lucy Grutkowski (St. Mary), Nancy Fraser (Sexsmith, Pat Blask (La Glace), Shirley Rosin (Sexsmith), Myrna Student (La Glace), Anne Thomson (La Glace), Mrs. Mary Epp (La Glace). Third Row: L-R: Ron Phillips (Sexsmith), Ken White (Teepee Creek), Greg Chrenek (St. Mary), Donna Gheseger (Sexsmith), Joan Goertz (Sexemith), Diane Logan (Sexsmith), Ken McQuaig (Teepee Creek), Bill McKeeman (La Glace), David Jobson (Bezanson), Back Row:L-R: Gary Brown (Sexsmith), Tom Mann (Sexsmith), Vern Bulford (Bezanson), Warren Stark (Bezanson), Terry Lock (Sexsmith), Calvin Conrad (Sexsmith), Gordon Duda (St. Mary), Gary Innes (Sexsmith). Their theme was “Try to Remember”. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0119.01
Sexsmith Legion’s Sponsored Boys Teams, 1966
6 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Sexsmith Legion’s sponsored boys teams with their coaches in 1966. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.0120.01-.06
Singer Sponsored Fashion Show, 1966
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Three women model the dress fashions of the mid sixties. Assumed commissioner is Singer Sewing.
Location: 0190.02.01.0121.01-.03
“Sneaky Fitch” Production, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A scene from the play “Sneaky Finch” showing four cast members singing. Assumed commissioner is the theatre company producing “Sneaky Fitch” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0122.01
“Sneaky Fitch” Cast Members, 1966 c
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 4
Five cast members from the production of the play, “Sneaky Finch”. Assumed commissioner is the theatre company producing “Sneaky Fitch” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0122.02-.06
“Star Weekly” Carriers, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of “Star Weekly” news magazine carriers seen here likely with their supervisor. Their bags read “Star Weekly Finest Reading Value in Canada”. Assumed commissioner is Star Weekly.
Location: 0190.02.01.0123.01
Swan City Players in “Anne of Green Gables”, 1966
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Groups actors/directors of the Swan City Players production of “Anne of Green Gables” including Jenny Tetreau and Dr. T. Matheson. Assumed commissioner is the theatre company producing “Anne of Green Gables” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0124.01-.11
Swanavon School Hosts Student Performances, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Swanavon School performances by students being introduced by an adult to a large audience. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0125.01-03
Swanavon School Hosts Student Performances, 1966 c
6 negative; photograph; b & w; 35 mm
At Swanavon School a number of music students perform on stage for an audience. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0125.04-.09
Swanavon School Hosts Student Performances, 1966 c
9 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Swanavon School performance by groups of students including music, drama and dance. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0125.10-18
Swanavon School Hosts Student Performances, 1966 c
10 negative; photograph; b & w; 35 mm
Swanavon School performances by individuals and groups of students in gymnastics and speech arts. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0125.19-28
Swanavon School Hosts Student Performances, 1966 c
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Swanavon School performances by choral groups. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0125.29-32
Texaco Station, 1966 c
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Texaco station near Stockade Motel on 100 St.,showing shop, surrounding yard, gas pumps, a man holding a hose from a large tank and one interior shot. Assumed commissioner is Texaco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0126.01-.06
Tissington Construction, 1966 c
27 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Tissington Industries including the site, and construction of their wearhouse, their staff, overhead shots of main working area and various stages of construction of materials. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0127.01-.27
Campground on Bear Creek, 1966 c
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Welcome sign to the city campground in Bear Creek and view of the reservoir – used for a tourism folder. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Tourism or Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce or City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0128.01-.03
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital used for a tourism folder. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Tourism or Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce or City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0128.04-.05
Main Street Grande Prairie, 1966 c
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
100 Ave Grande Prairie as seen facing west and then facing east, showing the Park Hotel and Windsor Ford. Photos used in a tourism brochure. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Tourism or Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce or City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0128.06-.07
Trader’s Finance Staff, 1966 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Staff of Traders Finance in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Traders Finance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0129.01
Valleyview Buildings, 1966 c
9 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Valleyview buildings: RCMP detachment, schools, B&A Service, McDonald’s Hardware, Sandy’s Motel, a hotel, and a store with sale signs in the windows. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0130.01-09
Wilkinson & McLean Ltd., 1966 c.
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Wilkinson & McLean Ltd. Equipment supplies and rentals showing a Austin-Western street sweeper. Assumed commissioner is Wilkinson & McLean Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0131.01-.02
Windsor Motors Building, July 1964
1; 2 negative; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Windsor Motors – Ford dealership building. Assumed commissioner is Windsor Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0132.01-.03
Woolworths Model, 1966
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A model shows off a new style of dress in Woolworth’s fashion show. Assumed commissioner is Woolworth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0133.01
Beaverlodge High School Grad, 1969
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 4; 3 x 5
Class photo of the Beaverlodge Graduating Class of 1969, with theme “I’ve Gotta Be Me”. Assumed commissioner is Beaverlodge High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0134.01
Building Nordic Court, January 1973
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Building Nordic Court, a six storey office building on the corner of 101 Avenue and 101 Street, Grande Prairie, developed by Grande Prairie Growth Developments Ltd. Assumed commissioner is Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0135.01-.05
Building Nordic Court, 1973
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Building Nordic Courrt, a six storey office building on the corner of 101 Ave, 101 St. Grande Prairie, developed by Grande Prairie Growth Developments Ltd. Assumed commissioner is Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0135.06-.10
Aerial View of Downtown Grande Prairie, November 24, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Aerial view of downtown Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Carrington O’Brian.
Location: 0190.02.01.0136.01
Downtown Grande Prairie Stores, 1970
5 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Woolworth’s, the Bay, Co-op, Metropolitan, Macleods businesses along 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Possibly commissioned by Carrington O’Brian, but most likely uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0136.02-06
Welcome to Your New Superstore – IGA, 1970
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
The inside views of a new superstore grocery in downtown Grande Prairie, the IGA. Assumed commissioner is Carrington O’Brian.
Location: 0190.02.01.0136.07-.12
Fielder, Mert; National Cash Register, IGA, 1970 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 4
New National Cash Registers in the IGA Store on 101 Ave. Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Mert Fielder with National Cash Registers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0137.01
Grande Prairie High School Staff, 1969 c
17 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Yearbook portraits of teachers and staff of Grande Prairie High School including Mr. Kujath, Mrs Maltais, Mrs, O’Brien, Larry Johnson, Jim Sherman, Bill Hunter, Dale Saunders, Len Luders. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0138.01-.17
Jack Higa, September 30, 1969
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Jack Higa, dentist in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Jack Higa.
Location: 0190.02.01.0139.01
Herald Tribune Stage Coach in Parade, [ca. March 18, 1968]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Herald Tribune stage coach with “Royal Mail” sign pulled by a six horse team in a parade down main street. Because this is part of a parade, assumed uncommissioned work, although the image was ordered by Hollingsworth.
Location: 0190.02.01.0140.01-.02
Holroyd Drugs Father’s Day Window Display, June 21, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Holroyd Drugs Father’s Day Window Display featuring the message “Give Dad Old Spice”. Assumed commissioner is Holroyd Drugs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0141.01
Honeywell Strobe Samples, 1970
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Images taken in various stores: customers trying on shoes, skiis, clothes, staff and customers in a restaurant, drug store. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0142.01-.16
Member of the Grande Prairie B.P.O.E, January 1969
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Mr. Johnson, a member of the Grande Prairie B.P.O.Elks. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0143.01
Loveseth’s, 1970 c
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Loveseth’s service center showing outside of building and on the inside servicing being done on vehicles. Assumed commissioner is Loveseth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0144.01-.04
Loveseth’s, 1970 c
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
Loveseth’s service center showing sales staff inside the building. Assumed commissioner is Loveseth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0144.05
Keen Ice/CBC, 1970 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3.5
Keen Ice/CBC featuring Ken Matheson, and Kay Anderson. Assumed commissioner is CBC.
Location: 0190.02.01.0145.01
Jim May, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Jim May at a desk and standing by a stack of natural gas meters. Assumed commissioner is Northland Utilities Ltd. Jim May later became a mayor of Grande Prairie in 1974.
Location: 0190.02.01.0146.01-.02
New West Steel, April 1969
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Two aerial photographs showing the Grande Prairie Composite High School and eight images of a New West Steel construction job. Assumed commissioner is New West Steel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0147.01-.10
New West Steel, 1969
2 slides; colour; 2 x 3 in.
Aerials of New West Steel showing the steel work being done to create the addition to the Vocational School which became the Grande Prairie Composite High School. Assumed commissioner is New West Steel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0147.11-.12
Official Opening of Nordic Court, April 18, 1973
11 negatives, photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Official Opening of Nordic Court with a topping off ceremony and featuring officials including Bill and Margaret Bowes, Harry and Patricia Schneider, Dr. Backus, MLA., Elmer Borstad and wife, Doreen, and two Miss Nordic Court representatives. Assumed commissioner is the company that built Nordic Court.
Location: 0190.02.01.0148.01-.11
Major North, October 1969
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Major North. Assumed commissioner is Major North.
Location: 0190.02.01.0149.01
NW Holdings, August 1969
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Aerials of Grande Prairie and surrounding area taken for North West Holdings. Assumed commissioner is NW Holdings.
Location: 0190.02.01.0150.01-.06
South Peace Orchestra, 1970 c.
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
South Peace Orchestra. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Orchestra.
Location: 0190.02.01.0151.01
Orchestra, Grande Prairie Junior College, 1970 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Junior College Orchestra with director, Gerald Nelson. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0151.02
Panda Camera staff, June 1970
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Panda Camera staff assisting customers in their store. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0152.01-.03
Panda Camera staff, June 1970
9 photographs; b & w; 1 x 1.5
Panda Camera staff working in their store including Judy Drysdale, and Orm Shultz. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0152.04-.12
Park Brothers, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Aerials of Park Brothers. Assumed commissioner is Park Brothers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0153.01-.02
Procter & Gamble, 1970 c
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Procter and Gamble building. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0154.01-.02
Rimrock Homes, February 13, ca. 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Rimrock Homes housing development in the building stage. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0155.01-.03
Sexsmith Valentine Dance, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Sexsmith Valentine Dance showing decorations and a group photo of the candidates and crowning of the queen. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School Student’s Union.
Location: 0190.02.01.0156.01-.02
Shriners Club, February 6, 1969
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Shriners Club executive and entire group of members. Assumed commissioner is Shriners Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0157.01-.02
Singer Sewing Center Fashions, ca. 1970
4 ; 3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2 ; 2 x 3
Singer Sewing Center fashion show showing young girls in several different suits and dresses and walking in front of the Farmers and Merchant Trust building and the Panda Camera shop. Assumed commissioner is Singer Sewing Center.
Location: 0190.02.01.0158.01-.07
Skating Classes, 1969
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Skating Classes. Assumed commissioner is figure skating club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0159.01-.05
SOFSPRA Car Wash, 1970 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
SOFSPRA Car Wash exterior – a coin operated car wash 25 cents a wash. Assumed commissioner is SOFSPRA Car Wash.
Location: 0190.02.01.0160.01
Street Views – 100 Avenue Grande Prairie, September 1970
3; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Main street (100 Avenue) looking east showing Central Jewellers, Campbell Drugs, Gaiety Theatre, Bank of Nova Scotia, a furniture store and Windsor Ford and on the other side, Bank of Commerce, the Metropolitan, Co-op, and Lynn’s Travel Agency. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0161.01-.03
Sunset, November 30, 1969
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Sunset photo. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0162.01
Swan Beverage, 1970 c
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
Display booth at a trade fair advertising Pepsi products including Pepsi and Teem drinks. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0163.01
Texaco Dealers Conference, February 14, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Texaco Dealers Conference, “Partners for Profit”. Assumed commissioner is Texaco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0164.01-.02
Texaco Promotion, September 1969
2; 2 negatives, photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Texaco dealer, Cliff Ross, shaking hands with a gentleman beside a television set, likely to be used as a promotion. They are inside and in front of his Texaco dealership in Grande Prairie. Photo commissioned by E. Musey.
Location: 0190.02.01.0164.03-.04
Thomson Motors Prize Winner, March 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Two Thomson Motors staff congratulate a prize winner in front of their shop. Assumed commissioner is Thomson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0165.01
Thomson Motors Staff Member, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Thomson Motors staff member. Assumed commissioner is Thomson Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0165.02
“Three’s a Crowd” Band Members, 1969
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
“Three’s a Crowd”, a group of four band players, three guitar players and a drummer. Assumed commissioner “Three’s a Crowd” band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0166.01
Toronto Dominion Bank Interior, April 10, 1969
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Toronto Dominion Bank showing the interior with workers behind the counters and a customer. Assumed commissioner is Toronto Dominion Bank.
Location: 0190.02.01.0167.01-.08
Toronto Dominion Bank Opening, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Toronto Dominion Bank celebrates its opening with a ribbon cutting and a formal tea table for guests. Assumed commissioner is Toronto Dominion Bank.
Location: 0190.02.01.0167.09-.10
Townline Men’s Wear, 1970 c
17 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Townline Men’s Wear on 100 Avenue showing owner Alec Houssian, other staff and a viewing of the men’s wear line offered by the store. Assumed commissioner is Townline Men’s Wear, copyright transferred to SPRA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0168.01-.17
Jaycees’ Trade Fair, 1969
21 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Jaycees sponsored trade fair featured businesses such as Liberty Airways, CFGP, Harmony Music, Loveseth, Civic Tire, Rocky Mountain Life Insurance, Atlas Tire, Canfor, Gulf, CAA, Pepsi, Esso, Circle A Flooring, Western Business Machines. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0169.01-.21
Trinity Lutheran, June 21, 1969
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3.5
Confirmation class with their minister at Trinity Lutheran, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Trinity Lutheran Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0170.01
Truckettes Baseball Team, 1970 c
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Truckettes baseball team, showing trophy winners and the entire team with their coach. Assumed commissioner is Truckettes baseball team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0171.01-.03
United Church Youth Group, 1970 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
United Church youth group. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0172.01
United Delco and T.V. Winner, June 6, 1969
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
United Delco representative presents winner, Berger Maple, La Glace, with a T.V. Assumed commissioner is United Delco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0173.01
Rev. Doug Waite, February 25, 1969
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Rev. Doug Waite, United Church minister. Assumed commissioner is Doug Waite.
Location: 0190.02.01.0174.01
Wally’s Grocery & Shopping Center, 1969
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 3.5
Exterior view of Wally’s Grocery, Chicken Delight, Laundramat and Beauty Lounge located on 100 St. Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Carrington O’Brien.
Location: 0190.02.01.0175.01-.02
Esso Service Station, 1969
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3.5
Exterior view of Imperial Esso Station on the corner of 100 St. and 94 Ave. next to Wally’s Grocery in Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0175.03
Wheelman Sports Shop, 1970 c
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Wheelman Sports Shop, building exterior and interior showing sports equiment customers, staff, children. Assumed commissioner is Wheelman Sports Shop.
Location: 0190.02.01.0176.01-.12
Women’s Institute Group, September 1969
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Women’s Institute group seated at and standing behind a table with floral bouquets in front. Mrs. D.W. Patterson in center front. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Women’s Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0177.01
Dr. Don Wood, September 1969
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Portrait of Dr. Don Wood, Chiropractor. Assumed commissioner is Dr. Don Wood.
Location: 0190.02.01.0178.01
York Hotel, March 7, 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Two views of York Hotel from 101 St. showing signs “Licensed Premises”, “Fine Food”, “Lounge”, “Coffee Shop”. The second image shows a limousine taxi in front. Assumed commissioner is York Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0179.01-.02
Alberta Motor Association, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Two gentlemen stand in front of a new A.M.A. building on 100 Street. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Motor Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0180.01
Aerials of Grande Prairie, September 6, 1968
19 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie, showing the neighborhoods, industry, roads. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0181.01-.19
Aerials of Grande Prairie & Surrounding Area, 1968
12 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Aerials of Grande Prairie area, showing some neighborhoods, mostly surrounding countryside, industry, roads. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0181.20-.31
Alberta Liquor Store, June 10, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Alberta Liquor Store staff. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Liquor Store (Alberta Liquor Control Board).
Location: 0190.02.01.0182.01
Christ Church Anglican, 1968 c
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Christ Church Anglican, on 102 Street, Grande Prairie, showing both inside and outside views. Assumed commissioner is Christ Church Anglican.
Location: 0190.02.01.0183.01-.05
Beaverlodge High School, May 29, 1968
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Beaverlodge High School yearbook shots featuring groups of cheerleaders, boys and girls basketball teams, and other student groups – likely student council and various student committees. A teacher/advisor is also featured. Assumed commissioner is Beaverlodge High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0184.01-.10
Confirmation class, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Confirmation class of seven young men and two young women with their minister. Commissioned by Dave Berg.
Location: 0190.02.01.0185.01
Confirmation Class – David Berg, November 4, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Confirmation class of four young men and two young women. Photo commissioned by David Berg.
Location: 0190.02.01.0186.01
Lane Borstad, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Lane Borstad, in uniform as a young sea cadet. Assumed commissioner is Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borstad.
Location: 0190.02.01.0187.01
Garry Borstad, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Garry Borstad, in uniform, as a young sea cadet. Assumed commissioner is Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borstad.
Location: 0190.02.01.0187.02
Lane and Garry Borstad, 1968 c
2 photographs; b & w; 5 x 7
Lane and Garry Borstad, in uniform, as a young sea cadets. Assumed commissioner is Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borstad.
Location: 0190.02.01.0187.03-.04
Canadian Freightways, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Canadian Freightways warehouse. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Freightways.
Location: 0190.02.01.0188.01
Canfor Office, 1968 c
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor office building inside and outside views. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0189.01-.02
Theatre Party, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
CFGP Theatre Party at the Gaiety Theatre where women came dressed in outlandish hats. Assumed uncommissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0190.01-.02
CFGP, 1968
21 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
CFGP’s new building showing the control room (including staff), offices, entry and exterior view. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0190.03-.23
CGIT Girls, 1968
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Five senior Canadian Girls in Training (CGIT) members including Trina Johnson and Sherry Howarth. Assumed commissioner is CGIT.
Location: 0190.02.01.0191.01
Chamber of Commerce, [ca. January 1968]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5; 2 x 4
Chamber of Commerce committees and individuals including Bill Bowes, Orm Shultz, Ed Haberman, Clem Collins, Paul Evashkevitch, and Harry Schneider. Assumed commissioner is Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0192.01-03
Chamber of Commerce, 1968 c
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 4 x 5; 3 x 5
Chamber of Commerce committee including Gordon Wilson on the left. Assumed commissioner is Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0192.04
Chamber of Commerce, 1968 c
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Chamber of Commerce individual members including Clem Collins. Assumed commissioner is Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0192.05-.08
Chamber of Commerce Office, June 1968
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Chamber of Commerce office showing the inside with displays in the lobby, a conference room and a view of the outside of the building. Also included is a street view of Brown Brothers, on 100 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0192.09-.16
Co-op Store Amalgamation Committee, 1968 c
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 4 x 5; 5 x 7
Co-op Store Amalgamation Committee. Possible commissioner is C.T.M. Turner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0193.01
Orm Shultz, Panda Camera, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Orm Shultz in his store, Panda Camera. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0193.02
County Council, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Twelve members comprising County of Grande Prairie Council. Assumed commissioner is County of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0194.01
County Fair Parade, 1968
127 negatives; colour; 35 mm
County of Grande Prairie Fair showing a group performing and then the sequence of parade entries including a marching band, Jack Lyall (citizen of the year) in a car, groups of horse riders performing, horse drawn wagons and decorated horses and riders, floats including 4-H, Girl Guides and Brownies. Wembley Jr. Forest Wardens, Wapiti Fish and Game Assoc., Oil Wives, Royal Canadian Legion, Sea Cadets on parade, B.P.O.E, Old Timers, House of Textiles, a football team, Clairmont Clothing, Daughters of the Nile, Campbell Flowers, Bank of Commerce, The Wee Market, Park Shell Service, Campbell Drugs, Luthern Hour, a band playing on a flat deck, United Grain Growers, Cookshaw Electric, Co-op, Alberta Wheat Pool, the Municipal Hospital, Northern Glass, Harmony Musicand and a group of clowns performing. Also displayed is a home built by Tissington Industries, a quonset labelled Eska Drywall, and an airplane. The parade proceeds down 100 Avenue and is photographed near 100 Street. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0195.01-.127
Crescent Finance, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Two gentlemen are dancing around with manikins on 100 Avenue beside the Gaiety Theatre. Bank of Nova Scotia and Bamboo Restaurant signs are in view. Photo commissioned by Crescent Finance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0196.01
Curling Team, March 1, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
“Carling’s AGT Zone Winners 1965” on the sweaters of these curlers. Assumed commissioner is the curling team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0197.01
Daughters of the Nile, 1968 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3.5
Daughters of the Nile, a Masonic fraternal organization for women. Assumed commissioner is Daughters of the Nile.
Location: 0190.02.01.0198.01
Easter Seal Campaign Headquarters, [ca. March 25, 1968]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
‘900’ Easter Seal Campaign Headquarters sign on store window. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0199.01
Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop, 1968 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Joe’s Corner Coffee Shop on 100 Avenue showing people walking on the south side of the shop by a poster advertising for Easter Seals. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0199.02
Fraser & Rice, 1968 c
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3.5; 3 x 5
A huge trench is being dug and one man is seen at work in the trench. Photo commissioned by Fraser & Rice.
Location: 0190.02.01.0200.01-.02
Golf Clubhouse, 1968
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Golf Club showing the exterior of the clubhouse anf the interior lounge and eating area. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0201.01-.04
Grande Prairie Golf Course, 1968 c
3 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Aerials of the Grande Prairie Golf Course and surrouding landscape. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Golf Course.
Location: 0190.02.01.0202.01-.03
Grande Prairie Cleaners, 1968 ca
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Grande Prairie Cleaners employees. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Cleaners.
Location: 0190.02.01.0203.01-.02
Grande Prairie Cleaners Staff, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Five Grande Prairie Cleaners employees in sharp matching suits standing by their delivery van. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Cleaners.
Location: 0190.02.01.0204.01
Grande Prairie Cleaners Operation, 1968 c
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Inside Grande Prairie Cleaners showing workers busy at various stations and machines, also a view of the outside of the building. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Cleaners.
Location: 0190.02.01.0204.02-.11
Grande Prairie High School “Schooners”, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Grande Prairie High School basketball team, the “Schooners.” Photo taken for the yearbook. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0205.01
Grande Prairie High School Yearbook Group Shots, 1967
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Grande Prairie High School yearbook photos including girls basketball team,the “Pandairs”, a football team, a boys’ basketball team and four student committee groups. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0205.02-.08
Robert Guest, October 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Portrait of Robert Guest, a local artist. Assumed commissioner is Robert Guest.
Location: 0190.02.01.0206.01
Dianne Hanson, Royal Purple, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Mrs. Dianne Hanson, District Deputy, Royal Purple. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0207.01
Dianne Hanson, Royal Purple, 1968 c
1 photograph; b & w; 5 x 7
Mrs. Dianne Hanson, District Deputy, Royal Purple. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0207.02
Harry Balfour School, 1968 c
17 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Group photos of 17 classes in Harry Balfour School. Assumed commissioner is Harry Balfour School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0208.01-.17
Gordon Head, Hockey Player, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Gordon Head, Hockey Player. Commissioned by Mrs. Ken Head.
Location: 0190.02.01.0209.01
Highland Park Esso – Service ’68 Award, December 20, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
R. Korstad of Highland Park Esso receives the Esso dealers’ Service ’68 Club award. Assumed commissioner is Highland Park Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0210.01-.02
Hi-Line Construction – Arena Repairs, 1968 c
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Images of the Grande Prairie Arena showing need for repairs. Photos commissioned by Hi-Line Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0211.01-.04
Minor Hockey Team, 1967
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Kinsmen minor hockey team. Assumed commissioner is Kinsmen hockey team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0212.01
Sexsmith Parade; Klondike Coach, 1968 c
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Original 1897 Klondike coach being driven in a Sexsmith parade and stopped at the Sexsmith Garage Co. Because it is part of a parade, assume uncommisioned work although the names “Sexsmith Garage Co.” “Hollingworth” appears on the original envelope.
Location: 0190.02.01.0213.01-.02
Holroyd Drugs window, June 15, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Holroyd Drugs window display for fathers’ day, “East to West Fathers like Old Spice Best” and “Give Him Old Spice – Scents for Every Man”. Assumed commissioner is Holroyd Drugs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0214.01-.02
Job’s Daughters, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
A group of Job’s Daughters pose for a formal photo. Assumed commissioner is Job’s Daughters.
Location: 0190.02.01.0215.01
Junior College Football Team, October 1968
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie’s Junior College football team with coach Bob Waldenburger. Photo taken for the yearbook. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0216.01
Grande Prairie Junior College, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
“Farewell” photographs of the men and women of the class of 1968. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0216.02-.03
Grande Prairie Junior College Students, 1968
211 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Individual photographs of Grande Prairie Junior College students. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0216.04-.214
Kirby Housing – aerials, 1968
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2.5
Aerials showing apartments and row housing built by Lawrence Kirby. Assumed commissioner is Kirby Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0217.01-.05
Kirby Housing, 1968
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Apartments and row housing built by Lawrence Kirby along between 92 and 94 Avenues east of 100 Street. Assumed commissioner is Kirby Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0217.06-.09
Kirby Housing -aerials, 1968
2 slides; colour; 35 mm
Aerials of Grande Prairie showing apartments and row housing built by Lawrence Kirby along between 92 and 94 Avenues east of 100 Street. Assumed commissioner is Kirby Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0217.10-.11
Kirby Constuction Trailers, 1968 c
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Small trailers used for office space during construction of Kirby housing. Assumed commissioner is Kirby Housing.
Location: 0190.02.01.0218.01-.04
Legion Fashion Show – Models, 1968 c
45 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Individual photos of the models as they are modelling current and yesteryear fashions. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion Grande Prairie Branch.
Location: 0190.02.01.0219.01-.45
Lenrice Engineering, March 8, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Lenrice Engineering showing progress made to March 8, 1968 on the Grande Prairie Vocational High School building. Assumed commissioner is Lenrice Engineering.
Location: 0190.02.01.0220.01
Faith Lutheran Church, ca. 1968
1; 1 negative; photograoh; b & w; 2 x 3; 2 x 3
Faith Lutheran Church building. Assumed commissioner is Faith Lutheran Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0221.01
Esso Dealers Meet, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Esso dealers group photo. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0222.01
Three and Six Boys in a Band, 1968 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Three young men and then six of them in a band. Commissioned by McFarlane.
Location: 0190.02.01.0223.01-.02
Modern Paint & Home Furnishings, March 3, 1968
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Modern Paint & Home Furnishings showrooms feature furniture, pictures, lamps and other décor items as well as paint and samples. Assumed commissioner is Modern Paint & Home Furnishings.
Location: 0190.02.01.0224.01-.19
Montrose Junior High, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Faces of Montrose Junior High School staff of 1967 cut out and mounted on a backing. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0225.01
Montrose Junior High Students & Teacher, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of Montrose Junior High Students with a teacher. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0225.02
Montrose Junior High Students & Teacher Lorraine Dodd, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of Montrose Junior High Students with teacher, Lorraine Dodd. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0225.03
Montrose Junior High Students & Teacher Len Fedorus, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of Montrose Junior High Students with teacher, Len Fedorus. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0225.04
Montrose Junior High Students & Teacher Len Fedorus, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of Montrose Junior High Students with teacher, Len Fedorus. Students include Barb Belford, Christine Wright, John Wilson, and Shirley Goodenough. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0225.05
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, 1968
15 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Various views of the G.P. municipal hospital building from different angles. Nurses’ residence is also included. Photographs taken in July and on September 29, 1968. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.0226.01-.15
Dr. A. R. Murray, September 30, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Dr. Arnold R. Murray, doctor in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Dr. A. R. Murray.
Location: 0190.02.01.0227.01
Music Festival Contestants, 1968 c
32; 17 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Contestants performing in the Grande Prairie Music festival include choirs, soloists, dancers, musicians (individual and groups), and speech artists. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Music Festival.
Location: 0190.02.01.0228.01-.32
Music Festival Choir, 1968 c
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Music students in a choir perform in the music festival. Assumed commissioner is Grande Praire Music Festival.
Location: 0190.02.01.0228.33
Scott National Fruit, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Scott National Fruit, wholesalers’ warehouse in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Scott National Fruit.
Location: 0190.02.01.0229.01
North Canadian Forest Industry, August 6, 1968
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
North Canadian Forest Industry plant shots. Assumed commissioner is North Canadian Forest Industry.
Location: 0190.02.01.0230.01-.11
Northland Utilities, 1968
12 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Northland Utilities operation showing staff working both indoors and on the job outdoors, including several groupings of staff. Assumed commissioner is Northland Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0231.01-.12
J. B. Oliver, Masonic Lodge, 1958
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
J. B. Oliver in Masonic Lodge ceremonial dress. Assumed commissioner is the Grande Prairie Masonic Lodge.
Location: 0190.02.01.0232.01
Pan American Petroleum, 1968 c
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 4
Bob Comeau, H. Ballen, Ken Rundle, Al Bell, Al Sharp, Leo Naveatil, and Rus Campbell of Pan American Petroleum. Assumed commissioner is Pan American Petroleum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0233.01-.07
Pan American Party, 1968 c
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Pan American Petroleum Party. Assumed commissioner is Pan American Petroleum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0233.08-.13
Pan American Party – Group, 1968 c
2 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Pan American Petroleum Party – group shots. Assumed commissioner is Pan American Petroleum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0233.14-.15
Pan American Party – Christmas, December 14, 1968
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Pan American Petroleum Party featuring Santa and children. Assumed commissioner is Pan American Petroleum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0233.16-.18
Panda Camera Shop Interior, 1968 c
2 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Panda Camera store interior showing a camera display and Orm Shultz and a sales lady at the counter. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0234.01-.02
R. S. Park, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Portrait of S/L R. S. Park, Canadian Air Force Officer. Assumed commissioner is R. S. Park.
Location: 0190.02.01.0235.01
Park Hotel Performers, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A group of men and their director stand ready to perform. Photo commissioned by the Park Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0236.01
Performers Advertise, 1968 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Four male performers pose with a Modern Home Furnishings car in front of that store which is advertising “Welcome to our grubstake sale”. Assumed commissioner is Modern Home Furnishings, although the original envelope was labelled “Park”.
Location: 0190.02.01.0237.01
IGA Promotion, ca. 1968
1 negative; colour; 2 x 4
IGA Conference and promotion showing a truck loaded with products. Assumed commissioner is IGA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0238.01
IGA Promotion & Conference, ca. 1968
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; colour; 2 x 4; 3 x 5
IGA Conference and promotion showing the inside of the Elks Hall with product displays and a promotion of beef, “Welcome to the Annual Tablerite Beef Hoedown”with a group of men seated in the middle. Assumed commissioner is IGA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0238.02
IGA Promotion & Conference, ca. 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 4
IGA Conference showing the inside of the Elks Hall with product displays and a group of men seated. Assumed commissioner is IGA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0238.03-.04
Pat’s Auto Supply Co. Ltd., 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 4
A Coachways bus chartered by Pat’s Auto Supply for the Edmonton Eskimo game. Passengers are lined up along the side of the bus which is parked to show the sign on the building behind, “Pat’s Auto Supply Co Ltd. – Automotive Wholsale.” Assumed commissioner is Pat’s Auto Supply.
Location: 0190.02.01.0239.01
Peace River Bible Institute, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Students and Staff of Peace River Bible Institute. Assumed commissioner is Peace River Bible Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0240.01
Professional Women’s Association, 1968 c
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Professional Women’s Association meeting including a presentation to Mrs. Jean O’Brien by Mrs. Grace Wishart. Assumed commissioner is Professional Women’s Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0241.01-.03
Grande Prairie Recreation Board, 1968 c
16; 8 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Members of the Grande Prairie Recreation Board at their desks including Evy McBryan and Jim Kluyt and several images of trumpeter swans. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Recreation Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.0242.01-.16
Revelstoke Transit Mix, May 9, 1968
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Revelstoke Transit Mix trucks. Assumed commissioner is Revelstoke Transit Mix.
Location: 0190.02.01.0243.01-.02
Ridgevalley School Grads, May 1967
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Ridgevalley School grads. Assumed commissioner is Ridgevalley School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0244.01-.06
Sid Ross, Masonic Lodge, May 1, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Masonic Lodge member, Sid Ross. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Masonic Lodge.
Location: 0190.02.01.0245.01
Rotary Park Building, April 18, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Rotary Park administration building on the top of Bear Creek. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0246.01
Rotary Park, 1968
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
The opening of Rotary Park on Bear Creek including a speaker, ribbon cutting and a picnic in the park. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0246.02-.05
Railroad Accident, May 21, [ca. 1968]
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Railroad accident showing the stopped train crashed into a car on the railway tracks by Alberta Pacific grain elevator and Marshall Wells warehouse. A railway crossing sign indicates “7 tracks”. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0247.01-.04
Mr. Saboe – Masonic Lodge, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Mr. Saboe – Masonic Lodge. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Masonic Lodge.
Location: 0190.02.01.0248.01
School Pageant, [ca. May 17, 1967]
17 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
A school performs a series of historical vinettes, perhaps in celebration of Canada’s centennial. Assumed commissioner is the school producing the performance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0249.01-.17
Scott National Warehouse, 1968 c
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Scott National warehouse beside the railroad tracks showing cars parked along the side and the Alberta Wheat Pool and the Alberta Pacific Grain elevators behind. Assumed commissioner is Scott National.
Location: 0190.02.01.0250.01-.02
Sexsmith Grad Class, May 25, 1968
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3, 3.5 x 5
Group photo of Sexsmith Grad Class of 1968, “Moments to Remember”. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0251.01
Simpson Sears, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Simpson Sears, street view in the Howarth building and an inside view with seven staff members behind the counter. Assumed commissioner is Simpson Sears.
Location: 0190.02.01.0252.01-.02
Ski Club and Ski Hill, 1968
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Ski Club showing the grand opening of the Wapiti Ski Hill and the ski lodge, ski instruction, skiiers going up the tow rope, view from the top of the hill. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0253.01-.11
Slalom Finish at the Ski Hill, 1968
1 photograph; b & w; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Ski Club showing a skiier making a slalom run finish. Another skiier holds up a Molson flag at the finish line. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0253.12
Ski hill on the Wapiti, ca. 1968
11 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Ski runs, ski lift being created on the banks of the Wapiti River; ski chalet showing in one photo. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Ski Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0254.01-11
Snowmobile Races, 1968 c
3 negative; b & w; 35 mm
About a dozen snowmobile riders take part in races. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0255.01-.03
Snowmobile Races, 1968 c
1; 1 negative; photograph; b & w; 35 mm
About a dozen snowmobile riders take part in races. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0255.04
Snowmobile Races, 1968 c
6 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
About a dozen snowmobile riders take part in races. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0255.05-10
Solheim-Haugen Construction, July 16, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Portraits of Andy Haugen and Henrick Solheim, building contractors. Assumed commissioner is Solheim-Haugen Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0256.01-.02
St. Joe’s Christmas Concert, 1968
39 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
St. Joes Christmas Concert including dramatic and musical performances by individuals and groups. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0257.01-.39
CGIT Explorers – United Church, 1968 c
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
CGIT and Explorers – United Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.01-.02
CGIT – United Church, 1968 c
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
CGIT Group – United Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.03-.04
Cubs – United Church, 1968 c
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Cubs- United Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.05-.06
St. Paul’s Church – Junior and Senior Choirs, 1968 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
St. Paul’s Church – junior and senior choirs. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.07-.08
College and Community Orchestra, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
College and Community Orchestra. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.09
College and Community Band, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
College and Community Band. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0258.10
Swan City Players, 1968 c
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Swan City Players working on a production, including shots of a Scottish dance troop, a number of scenes, a group shot of the cast and one of the audience. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Players or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0259.01-.07
The Tartanettes, April 6, 1968
1 negative; colour; 2 x 4
Scottish Dance Troop -The Tartanettes. Assumed commissioner is the Tartenettes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0260.01
Tissington Construction, [ca. August 14, 1967]
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3
Tissington construction of a kitchen unit. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0261.01
Tissington Construction, 1968 c
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Tissington Construction – their quonset building, exterior and interior. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0261.02-.04
Trade Fair – Liberty Airways & Esso, June 1968
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Liberty Airways, “Fly Piper” with personnel, and Imperial Esso displays. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0262.01-.04
Trumpeter Hotel Design, 1968 c
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2.5
Architectural sketch for a proposed “Trumpeter Hotel”. Assumed commissioner is Trumpeter Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0263.01
United Grain Growers of Alberta, 1969
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
United Grain Growers of Alberta elevator in Falher, Alberta. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0264.01
Valleyview Grad, [ca. June 29, 1967]
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5
Valleyview Grad Class. Assumed commissioner is Valleyview High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0265.01
Valleyview Shop Students, 1968 c
8 negative; b & w; 35 mm
Valleyview Shop students working at their craft. Assumed commissioner is Valleyview High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0266.01-.08
Grande Prairie Vocational School Grad, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Vocational School Grad class. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Vocational School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0267.01
Vocational School Football Team, 1968 c
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3.5
Grande Prairie Vocational School Football Team. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Vocational School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0267.02
Wally’s Store, [ca. November 1968]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
An aerial view of Wally’s Grocery Store and the surrounding neighborhood. Assumed commissioner is Wally’s Grocery.
Location: 0190.02.01.0268.01
Wally’s Store, [ca. November 1968]
16 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Exterior and interior views of Wally’s grocery store located on 100 Street and 93 Avenue and the Esso station next to it on 94 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is Wally’s Grocery.
Location: 0190.02.01.0268.02-.17
Fred White, May 1, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Fred White of the Masonic Lodge. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Masonic Lodge.
Location: 0190.02.01.0269.01
Eecol Electric, ca. 1968
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Eecol Electric building. Assumed commissioner is Eecol Electric.
Location: 0190.02.01.0270.01
Game Country Travel Association, 1974
12 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Game Country Travel Association meeting and luncheon. Assumed commissioner is Game Coutry Travel Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0271.01-.12
Trade Fair Booths, April 1974
12 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Trade Fair displays by Exquisite Upholstery, Revelstoke, D&B Construction, Consolidated Concrete, Gehl, Allied, Innovations Alberta Power, Westinghouse, Weldwood Hall of Fame, and includes crowds. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0272.01-12
Bill McNab, Odd Fellows, May 1974
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Bill McNab, Odd Fellows ID shot (25 years). Assumed commissioner is Odd Fellows.
Location: 0190.02.01.0273.01
South Peace Concert Band, January 1974
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
South Peace Concert Band performing for an audience. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Concert Band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0274.01-.03
County Fair Parade, 1977
20 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A parade led by horses and riders, followed by many floats including Trumpeter Pontiac, Mac Trucks, Prairie Squares, and UGG. Other photographs and negatives from this parade are in 0190.02.01.1612.01-.201. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0275.01-.20
Burnt River Singing Group, February 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Burnt River Singing Group. Assumed commissioner is Burnt River Singing Group.
Location: 0190.02.01.0276.01
Imperial Esso Group, ca. 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Imperial Esso Group. Assumed commissioner is Esso.
Location: 0190.02.01.0277.01
Swan in the Park, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Trumpeter swan statue in Jubilee Park, Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0278.01
Chicken Village, [ca. 1974]
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Chicken Village, Klip & Kurl, in Centre Village Shoppers Park. Assumed commissioner is Chicken Village.
Location: 0190.02.01.0279.01-.05
Alberta Liquor Control Board, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Alberta Liquor Control Board staff standing inside the store. A lady in front is holding a Store Efficiency Award. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Liquor Control Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.0280.01
Orm Shultz, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Orm Shultz seen setting up a jewellery store display. Assumed commissioner is Orm Shultz or Warrington’s Jewellers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0281.01
Canfor Celebrates Safety Record, [ca. 1974]
2 ; 1 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2 ; 2.5 x 5
Canfor celebrates 100 accident free days. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0282.01-.03
Grande Prairie Junior College – Football, 1970 c.
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Team photo of the Grande Prairie College football team with coaches Don Harper and Bob Waldenburger. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.01
Grande Prairie Junior College – Hockey, 1970 c.
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Team photo of the Grande Prairie College hockey team with coaches – one on the right is Bob Waldenburger. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.02
Grande Prairie Junior College – Men’s Basketball, 1970 c.
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Junior College Men’s Basketball Players with coach, Hideo Fukushima. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.03-.04
Grande Prairie Junior College – Women’s Basketball, 1970 c.
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Junior College Women’s Basketball Players, the “Cubs” with coach, Don Harper. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.05-.06
Grande Prairie Junior College – Trampoline Athletes, 1970 c.
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Junior College Physical Education Students on a trampoline. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.07-.08
Grande Prairie Junior College – Instructor Fukushima, 1970 c.
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Junior College – Instructor Hideo Fukushima. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0283.09
Grande Prairie Regional College, 1970 c.
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College designed by Douglas Cardinal – as viewed from the north-east across the reservoir. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0284.01
Aerials of Grande Prairie, 1974
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0285.01-.05
Contact Airways, 1974
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
A Contact Airways airplane is being filmed in flight from another airplane. Homes and an inustrial area can be seen beneath. Assumed commissioner is Contact Airways.
Location: 0190.02.01.0286.01-.07
Epec Consulting, 1974 c.
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie aerial views commissioned by Epec Consulting.
Location: 0190.02.01.0287.01-.08
County Fair Parade, 1979
128 ; 66 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A parade in downtown Grande Prairie featuring floats and groups that include the “Christian Service Brigade”, “Young at Heart”, “Jesus Loves the Little Children and So Do We”, Cenalta, County #1, Bank of Montreal, majorettes, marching band, decorated horses and riders, clowns, Grande Prairie Shrine Club, Avis, Northern Alberta Raileays, Damin’s, the mayor, Mack Truck, Lion’s Club, Chet’s Brake Service, “Yesteryear Child”, “From Bach to Rock”, UGG, Prairie Squares, German-Canadians, Peace River Power, and the Auxiliary Hospital. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0288.01-.138
Easter Bunny Presentation, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Paul Pivert of Panda Camera presenting an Easter Bunny to a winner. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0289.01
House of Portraits Sign, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Panda Camera “House of Portraits” sign. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0289.02
Panda Camera Staff?, [ca. 1974]
14 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Panda Camera staff? Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0289.03-.16
Dick Mallone – New Home Certification Program, September 6, 1978
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 7
Dick Mallone – New Home Certification Program seminar. Assumed commissioner is New Home Certification Program.
Location: 0190.02.01.0290.01-.02
Top Realty Homes for Sale, 1975
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Two houses in Grande Prairie with Top Realty signs lising them for sale. Assumed commissioner is Top Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0291.01-.02
Granco Real Estate Office, 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Office of the Granco Real Estate Office on 101 street and 101 avenue. The building was formerly the RCMP police barracks. Photograph was commissioned by Paul Evaskevich in 1972, who retrieved the file in 2007.
Location: 0190.02.01.0292.01
Granco Real Estate Homes for Sale, 1974
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Granco Real Estate homes advertised for sale. Photographs were commissioned by Paul Evaskevich.
Location: 0190.02.01.0292.02-.11
Granco Real Estate Homes for Sale, 1975
5 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Photographs of houses in Grande Prairie that were sold by Granco Real Estate in 1975. Photograph was commissioned by Paul Evaskevich in 1975, who retrieved the file in 2007.
Location: 0190.02.01.0293.01-.05
Granco Real Estate Homes for Sale, 1975
22 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Photographs of houses in Grande Prairie that were sold by Granco Real Estate in 1975. Photograph was commissioned by Paul Evaskevich in 1975, who retrieved the file in 2007.
Location: 0190.02.01.0293.06-.27
County Fair Parade, 1973
172 ; 84 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
County Fair parade down 100 Ave. Grande Prairie with participating displays including RCMP float celebrating 100 years, Junior Forest Wardens, York Hotel, Senior Citizens, various ethno-cultural groups, Cubs and Scouts, D&B building, AGT, Northwestern Utilities, Culligan, Prairie Signs, Harmony Music, Harry’s Auto Parts, Wapiti Aviation, CFGP, Kiwanis Club, Co-op, A & L Cook Logging, Wembley Hotel, UFA, City of Grande Prairie, Job’s Daughters, Rentabug, Royal Canadian Legion, Parks and Recreation, Independent Order of Foresters, Grande Prairie Speedway, Grande Prairie Oil Wives, Imperial, Alberta Wheat Pool, Texaco, Sunday School bus, United Mobile Homes, La Glace Athletic Assn., Lion’s Club, Associated Canadian Travellers, Shell, Grande Prairie Fire Department, IGA, 4H, Daughters of the Nile, Northgate Taxidermy, Alberta Power, Shriners, United Grain Growers, Dyer Tire, Beaverlodge Hotel, decorated vehicles, bands, horses and riders, and children. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0294.01-.172
Larry Gustafson, March 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Larry Gustafson and his band members. Assumed commissioner is Larry Gustafson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0295.01
Allen House, April 1966
4 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Interior shots of the Allen house. Assumed commissioner is Allen family.
Location: 0190.02.01.0296.01-.04
International Harvester, 1974
18 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Opening of the new International Harvester showing building interior, the celebration with staff and company officials, and showing off equipment. Assumed commissioner is International Harvester.
Location: 0190.02.01.0297.01-.18
Ferguson Supply, January 1974
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Ferguson Supply showing a Case tractor/front end loader purchased by Sherk Excavating Ltd., a grader and another heavy ground breaking machine, as well as the County of Grande Prairie #1 administration office and school bus building. Assumed commissioner is Ferguson Supply.
Location: 0190.02.01.0298.01-.11
County Fair Chariot Racing and Horse Racing, August 5, 1974
21 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
1974 County Fair chariot races and horse races, showing individual horses and riders or drivers, some identifing owners and sponsors, several races, and a woman standing with a trophy winner. Possible commissioner is Canada West Turf Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0299.01-.21
St. Joseph’s Church Bells, July 12, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; photograph; colour; colour; 35 mm
St Joseph Catholic Church showing the courtyard and newly installed bell tower. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0300.01
St. Joseph’s Church Bells, ca. 1974
3 negative; colour; 35 mm
St Joseph Catholic Church newly installed bells. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0300.02-.04
St. Joseph’s Church Bells, ca. 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm
St Joseph Catholic Church newly installed bells: close up. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0300.05
St. Joseph’s Church Bells, ca. 1974
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
St Joseph Catholic Church newly installed bells: close up. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0300.06-08
St. Joseph’s Church Bell, ca. 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm.
St Joseph Catholic Church newly installed bell: close up, including interior. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0300.09
Senior Citizens – Golden Age Center, 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Group of senior citizens (perhaps executive members) at the Golden Age Center, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Golden Age Center.
Location: 0190.02.01.0301.01
Senior Citizens – Golden Age Center, 1974
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Group of senior citizens (perhaps executive members) at the Golden Age Center, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Golden Age Center.
Location: 0190.02.01.0301.02
St. Joseph Church Gathering, October 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
St. Joseph Catholic Church group photo taken at a Thanksgiving gathering in 1974. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0302.01
Stewart Brown Real Estate, September 7, 1974
5 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2
Stewart Brown Real Estate showing exterior and interior of home of Patricia Doherty at 9623-98 St. dAssumed commissioner is Stewart Brown Real Estate.
Location: 0190.02.01.0303.01-.05
Wood Cox – The Gaiety Theatre, April 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Wood Cox from the Gaity Theatre presents an oversized plush dog to a contest winner, a little girl. Assumed commissioner is Gaity Theatre.
Location: 0190.02.01.0304.01
Grande Prairie Junior College Students, 1970
308 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Individual portraits of Grande Prairie Junior College students. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0305.01-.308
Grande Prairie Trade Fair, April 1970
19 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Grande PrairieTrade Fair exhibits (through a fish eye lens) include Alberta Government Telephones, Holiday Magic, Datsun, CFGP, Harmony Music, Lynns Travel Agency, Rocky Mountain Beverages, South Sea Swimming Pools,Import House, Northwest Concrete, Swan Beverages. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0306.01-.19
Dr. P. Hoogewerf, March 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 4
Dr. P. Hoogewerf, portrait. Assumed commissioner is Dr. P. Hoogewerf.
Location: 0190.02.01.0307.01
Karen Curtis, International Days, August 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Karen Curtis, International Days. Assumed commissioner is Karen Curtis or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0308.01
Sexsmith Grad Class, 1970
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5
Sexsmith Grad Class, 1970. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0309.01
St. Joseph Graduation Class, May 1970
1 negative; colour; 2 x 4
A group photo of St. Joseph Graduation, 1970. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0310.01
St. Joseph Graduation, 1970
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photos of the grad class seated in the church, the platform party, individual speakers, a choir, and four indiviual couples in formal evening wear. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0310.02-.15
St. Clement’s School, 1970
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
St. Clement’s School students including groups on the playground, students being presented with awards, a kindergarten graduation class, and a mass group shot taken from a height. Assumed commissioner is St. Clement’s School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0311.01-.14
Rotary Calendar, August 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Three men intoducing the Rotary Calendar for 1970. Assumed commissioner is Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0312.01-.02
Tissington Industries Opening, May 1970
49 negatives; colour; b & w; 35 mm
The official opening of Tissington Industries from the arrival of dignitaries by airplane to the tour of all the components of the industry and then the official opening showing the office building and the crowds. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0313.01-.49
Tissington Industries, 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Tissington Industries building exterior and yard showing building materials. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0313.50-.51
Tissington Office Buildings, 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Tissington Office Buildings. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0313.52-.53
Tissington Farm & City of Grande Prairie, September 1970
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerials of the Tissington farm and a view of the City of Grande Prairie in the distance. Assumed commissioner is Tissington family.
Location: 0190.02.01.0314.01
Tissington Farm, 1970
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of the Tissington farm and a housing development in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Tissington family.
Location: 0190.02.01.0314.02-.03
Swan City Texaco, March 1970
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Swan City Texaco building on 100 Street and the manager beside his Texaco truck. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Texaco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0315.01-.02
Panda Camera, September 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Inside Panda Camera shop showing Orm Shultz behind a film display, in front of a display of framed photographs, and outside the shop two girls walking down the street. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0316.01-.03
Modern Paint & Upholstery, 1970
15 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Interior views of Modern Paint and Upholstery. Assumed commissioner is Modern Paint and Upholstery.
Location: 0190.02.01.0317.01-.15
Tissington Indians – Basketball, 1970
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 3.5
Tissington Indians Basketball Team with coach. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Indians Basketball Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0318.01-.03
Procter & Gamble Meeting, December 15, 1970
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Procter & Gamble Meeting. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0319.01-.04
N. W. Holdings, September 1970
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of the City of Grande Prairie and surrounding area commissioned by N.W. Holdings.
Location: 0190.02.01.0320.01-.07
Woolworth’s Store, February 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
F.W. Woolworth Store on 100 Avenue and 99 Street under renovations. Assumed commissioner is Woolworth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0321.01-.03
Woolworth’s Store, 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Renovations to F.W. Woolworth Store on 100 Avenue and 99 Street. Assumed commissioner is Woolworth’s.
Location: 0190.02.01.0321.04-.06
H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors, ca. 1970
12 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors, showing a group shot of the crew and men at work digging and laying pipe. Assumed commissioner is H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0322.01-.12
H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors, ca. 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors, at work digging and laying pipe. Assumed commissioner is H. C. Price Pipeline Constructors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0322.13-.14
Major North, February 26, 1970
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Major North. Assumed commissioner is Major North.
Location: 0190.02.01.0323.01
Nelson Homes, September 1970
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Homes built in Fox Creek by Nelson Homes. Assumed commissioner is Nelson Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0324.01-.07
McIntyre Porcupine Mines, ca. 1970
8 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
McIntyre Porcupine Mines, Grande Cache. Assumed commissioner is McIntyre Porcupine Mines.
Location: 0190.02.01.0325.01-.08
Boys Minor Hockey, 1970
2 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Two Boys Minor Hockey teams. Coaches include Pete Wright, Ernie Radbourne and Ken Head. Assumed commissioner is Minor Hockey association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0326.01-.02
Dr. A. R. Murray, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2.5 x 4
Dr. A.R. Murray, a family physician in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Dr. A. R. Murray.
Location: 0190.02.01.0327.01
The Key Club – John Lynn, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
John Lynn of Lynn’s Travel – The Key Club banner. Assumed commissioner is Lynn’s Travel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0328.01
VACANT,
; ;
Location: 0190.02.01.0329
Lyall Sales, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2.5 x 3.5
Co-op Display. Assumed commissioner is Lyall Sales.
Location: 0190.02.01.0330.01
Hoyme Accident, August 26, 1970
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Four views of an accident between a car and a motorcycle that took place in the main intersection of 100 Street and 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0331.01-.04
Hospital Auxiliary Candy Stripers, November 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Hospital Auxiliary Candy Stripers looking over the Hospital Auxillary hampers. Assumed commissioner is Hospital Auxiliary Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0332.01-.02
International Harvester, November 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
International Harvester Deltombe Presentation. Assumed commissioner is International Harvester.
Location: 0190.02.01.0333.01-.02
Crowning the Ice Queen, March 1970
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
The crowning of the Ice Queen (Miss Swim Club?) with runners up being Miss Jaycettes, Miss Clairmont and Miss St. Joes. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0334.01-.03
I.G.A. Presentation, April 1970
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Bill Leslie presents a fur stole to Mrs. Hazel Bloomfield, winner of the Bonanza Prize Draw. Assumed commissioner is IGA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0335.01
I.G.A., August 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Inside view of the I.G.A. Store located on the SE corner of 100 Street and 101 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is IGA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0336.01
Fire Above Harmony Music, September 25, 1970
14 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The street in front of Harmony Music is crowded with onlookers and firemen with equipment. Also included are shots of a barber with a customer and Panda Camera exterior and interior. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0337.01-.14
Hi-Line Construction, May 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
A worker checks the foundation for the Metropolitan Store. Commissioned by Hi-Line Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0338.01
Canfor Soccer Team, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor soccer team. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0339.01
Swanavon Kindergarten, 1970
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Two classes of kindergarten in Swanavon, 1970. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0340.01-.02
St. Joseph Sunday School, 1970
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
St. Joseph Sunday School. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0341.01-.06
Skaters Carnival, 1970
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Skaters participating in the Skaters’ Carnival pose for the camera individually and in pairs. Assumed commissioner is figure skating club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0342.01-.08
County Fair Parade, 1970
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35mm; 3 x 5
County Fair Parade, 1970, showing a 4-horse team of horses pulling a chuckwagon driven by a lady and gentleman dressed in similar cowboy attire. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0343.01
County Fair Parade, 1970
119 negatives; colour; 35 mm
County Fair Parade, 1970, including decorated floats by Campbell Drugs, UGG, N.A.D.P., Sexsmith Elks, City of G.P., “The Swans Return”, Alberta Pool, Co-op, Northern Drywall, decorated cyclists, cars, horses and riders, a marching band, the City Queen, Edgar and Cissell, Windsor Motors, Government of Alberta, 4-H, Pioneer Girls, Oil Wives, Friendship Center, Gibney’s Landscaping, Mountview Trailer Sales, Gordell’s Trucking, Kinsman Club, “Support the NFU”, the Shrine Club, the Olderskogs, and many views of the crowd, and main street businesses. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0343.02-.120
Canfor Building, June 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Inside one of Canfor’s buildings, “Barker” shots. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0344.01
Canfor Safety Awards, November 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Canfor employees hold up a sign, “Set Your Sights on Safety in ’70.” Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0345.01
Canfor Safety Awards Presentation, 1970
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor personnel celebrate the safety award presented by the Canadian Forest Products representatives at a banquet and presentation ceremony. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0345.02-.09
Canfor Employee Groups, December 1970
23 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Twenty-three group photos of Canfor workers from all areas of their operations. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0346.01-.23
Canfor Office Staff, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor Office Staff on the steps of the office and showing off the new copier. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0346.24-.25
Canfor Retiree, December 31, 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
A Canfor retiree is given handshakes by three Canfor personnel. Assumed commissioner is Canfor. Original envelope is labelled “Re: Ralph Kless.”
Location: 0190.02.01.0347.01-.03
Composite High School Grad Class 1970, May 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Group photo of the Composite High School Grad Class of 1970. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0348.01
Case Power and Equipment, February1970
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Case Power and Equipment dealership showing a line of tractors in front of their building. Original envelope labelled “Swanston (Case).” Assumed commissioner is Case Power and Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0349.01
County Fair Children’s Parade, 1970
17 negatives; colour; 35 mm
County Fair Children’s Parade. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0350.01-.17
Simpson’s Sears Grand Opening, March 7, 1970
8 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Simpson’s Sears Grand Opening showing exteror of their building, interior shots of sterio equipment, washing machines, Allstate tires, furniture, floor coverings and catalogue service. Assumed commissioner is Simpson’s Sears.
Location: 0190.02.01.0351.01-.08
Sexsmith School Dance, 1970 c.
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sexsmith School Dance with photos of couples, the decorated gym, and the crowning of Sexsmith High School Queen. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0352.01-.16
People on the Street and Games, 1970
16 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Various people walking down main street, in Grande Prairie, one driver looking out his side window and soccer and baseball games in progress. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0353.01-.16
Shedden & Field – Composite High School, January 15, 1970
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Shedden & Field architects for the Composite High School showing designs of classrooms, library and an outside view. Assumed commissioner is Shedden & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0354.01-14
Kernaghan Adjusters Ltd., October 14, 1970
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials taken for Kernaghan Adjusters Ltd. in Edmonton. Representative Blair Howard.
Location: 0190.02.01.0355.01-.03
Knights of Columbus, 1970
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The Knights of Columbus group and installation ceremony. Assumed commissioner is Knights of Columbus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0356.01-.04
Easter Seals Campaign, March 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Easter Seals Campaign featuring “one of the largest Easter eggs on the earth – about 100 lbs.” Assumed commissioner is Easter Seals Campaign.
Location: 0190.02.01.0357.01-.03
Department of Transport, June 10, 1970
14; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Department of Transport (airport) demonstration and practice of treatment of fires and disposal of hazardous materials. Also a group photograph. Assumed commissioner is Department of Transport.
Location: 0190.02.01.0358.01-.14
Bill Dredge, Shriner, December 31, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Shriner, Bill Dredge. Assumed commissioner is Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0359.01
Deb Crough, March 1970
1; 1 negative ; photograph; b & w; 4 x 5; 5 x 7
Elks Past Exalted Ruler, Deb Crough. Assumed commissioner is Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0360.01-.02
Co-op Store Opening, February 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Co-op Store Opening, Feb. 1970. Assumed commissioner is Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0361.01-.03
Co-op Store Opening, 1970
20 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Co-op Store Opening, Feb. 1970, showing the opening ceremonies, the parking lot, overhead views of the store aisles, showing men’s and ladies’ wear and groceries upstairs and hardware, furniture, giftware, jewelry and cafeteria downstairs. Outside, a view of the entire store and parking lot and then a view of Windsor Motors on the opposite corner. Assumed commissioner is Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0361.04-.23
CFS Hockey Team – The Mountain Men, March 1970
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
CFS Hockey Team – The Mountain Men. Assumed commissioner is The Mountain Men Hockey team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0362.01
Dan Cristall, 1970
1 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Dan Cristall, instructor, with his class of engineers, 1970. Assumed commissioner is Dan Cristall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0363.01
CFGP – Mother’s Day Promo, May 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
CFGP Mother’s Day promotion. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0364.01
Swan Statue, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie’s trumpeter swan statue, was erected in celebration of Grande Prairie’s 50th anniversary in 1964. Original envelope labelled “Kinsmen & Swan Statue”, therefore assumed commissioner is Kinsmen Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0365.01
City of Grande Prairie Float, ca. 1970
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Swan City Float, “Even the Swans Nest Here”. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0366.01-.04
Canadian Linen, May 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canadian Linen showing warehouse and delivery trucks in front. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Linen.
Location: 0190.02.01.0367.01
Fashion 70, April 27, 1970
35 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Models, both individual and in pairs, show the latest daytime and sportswear trends in fashion for 1970. Assumed commissioner is fashion show organizers or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0368.01-.35
Campbell Drugs, Ernie’s Sports, Top Shoes, 1970
32 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Showing the inside Christmas displays of Campbell Drugs, Ernie’s Sports, Top Shoes. Assumed commissioner is Campbell Drugs, Ernie’s Sports, and Top Shoes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0369.01-.32
Campbell Drugs, Ernie’s Sports, Top Shoes, 1970
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Showing the inside Christmas and opening displays of Campbell Drugs and the outside store fronts of Campbell Drugs, Ernie’s Sports, Top Shoes. Assumed commissioner is Campbell Drugs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0369.33-.36
Campbell Drugs, 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Showing the inside Christmas displays of the grand opening of Campbell Drugs. Three gentlemen in suits congratulate Rick Campbell, owner. Assumed commissioner is Campbell Drugs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0369.37-.38
CBC Keen Ice, October 1970
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
CBC Keen Ice – Matheson Rink? Assumed commissioner is CBC.
Location: 0190.02.01.0370.01
CBC Keen Ice, October 1970
1 photograph; colour; 4 x 6
CBC Keen Ice – Matheson Rink? Assumed commissioner is CBC.
Location: 0190.02.01.0370.02
Canadian Utilities, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Canadian Utilities present the Mountview Float with Prize Trophy. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0371.01
Canfor – Buildings and Machinery, August 1970
16 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor – buildings and machinery. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0372.01-.16
Composite High School Graduation, May 22, 1970
1 negative; photograph; colour; 4 x 5; 4 x 5
Group photo of Composite High School Graduation, 1970. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0373.01
Granco, May 27, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Two new Granco Homes built in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Granco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0374.01
Sexsmith Graduation, 1971
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Several graduates with partners or family members. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0375.01-.04
B&B Department Store – GWG Products, September 1970
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
GWG products displayed in the B&B Department Store. Assumed commissioner is B&B Department Store.
Location: 0190.02.01.0376.01-.08
Grande Prairie Junior College, February 24, 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Language Lab in the Grande Prairie Junior College showing a student sitting wearing earphones. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0377.01
Great West Steel, August 18, 1970
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
A huge steel frame building being built by Great West Steel. Assumed commissioner is Great West Steel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0378.01-.02
PRO-AM Tournament – Peace River Golf Course, September 1970
30 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
PRO-AM Tournament at the Peace River Golf Golf ansd Country Club, showing the golfers, crowds, and the presentations with CKYL present. Assumed commissioner is tournament organizers or possibly uncommissioned.
Location: 0190.02.01.0379.01-.30
Ken From – Grovedale Mission, November 24, [ca. 1970]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grovedale Mission – conducted by Ken From- showing a group of children singing with accordian accompanyment. Assumed commissioner is Grovedale Mission.
Location: 0190.02.01.0380.01
Ken From – Grovedale Mission, ca. 1970
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Grovedale Mission – conducted by Ken From- showing a group of children being spoken to and led in singing with accordian accompanyment. Assumed commissioner is Grovedale Mission.
Location: 0190.02.01.0380.02-.05
Financial Building, October 1970
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Financial Building on 101 Street and 101 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Financial Building.
Location: 0190.02.01.0381.01
County Fair, August 19, 1970
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Interior exhibits displayed at the County Fair, Grande Prairie: flowers, artwork, stitchery, coins, grains & grasses, exhibition workers including Russell Burgess, CFGP Mobile studio, onlookers. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0382.01-.14
Grande Prairie College Band, ca. 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie College Band. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.01-.02
Grande Prairie College Orchestra, ca. 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie College Orchestra. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.03-.04
Grande Prairie College Orchestra, ca. 1970
6 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie College Orchestra, with small sections and individual photos. Musicians include Gordon Neufeld, Mrs. M. MacIntosh, Mrs. Nelson, and Ruth Welter. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.05-.10
Gerald Nelson, Conductor, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie College Orchestra and Band conductor, Gerald Nelson. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.11
Grande Prairie College Musician, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 4
Unidentified Grande Prairie College Musician? Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.12
Grande Prairie College Chorus, ca. 1970
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie College Chorus. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0383.13
“Jubilee Greetings to Our Bishop”, May 1970
9 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Visit of the Bishop included delivering his message, greetings, singing group performing and presentations, one by Dennis Grant to one of the Sisters. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0384.01-.09
Tommy Banks with the Allan Sisters, June 23, 1970
4 negative; b & w; 35 mm
Tommy Banks with the Allan Sisters. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0385.01-.04
A.G.T. Opening New Offices, May 1970
16 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Alberta Government Telephones (AGT) celebrates the opening of their new building showing switch board operators at work, and employees being shown new equipment. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Government Telephones.
Location: 0190.02.01.0386.01-.16
William Bowes, December 1970
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Social Credit Candidate, Bill Bowes. Assumed commissioner is Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0387.01
Atlantic Richfield Personnel, February 1970
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 4
Atlantic Richfield Personnel. Assumed commissioner is Atlantic Richfield.
Location: 0190.02.01.0388.01-10
Atlantic Richfield Personnel Meet, 1970
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Atlantic Richfield personnel in meetings. Assumed commissioner is Atlantic Richfield.
Location: 0190.02.01.0388.11-.16
ARCO Gas Plant, 1970
23 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
ARCO Gas Plant – from a distance and close-ups of components. Assumed commissioner is ARCO. Contact on original envelope given as W. J. Bill Kinderwater.
Location: 0190.02.01.0389.01-.23
Waterous GM Diesel Equipment, August 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Waterous Equipment – GM Diesel. Assumed commissioner is Waterous Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0390.01
St. Paul’s Junior Choir, May 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
St Paul’s United Church Junior Choir. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0391.01
Social Credit Meeting, August 1971
6 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Social Credit Meeting in Edmonton. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0392.01-.06
Masonic Installation of Officers, January 4, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Masonic Installation of Officers, Grande Prairie Chapter. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chapter of Masons.
Location: 0190.02.01.0393.01
Sweet Sixteen and Metropolitan Store, February 1971
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sweet Sixteen and Metropolitan Store signage and window displays. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0394.01-.04
St. Paul’s Confirmation Class, May 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
St. Paul’s United Church Confirmation Class. Assumed commissioner is St. Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0395.01
Tissington Motors Fleet, May 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Tissington Motors Fleet. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0396.01
Tissington Fire, April 1971
11 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
A fire destroyed Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0397.01-.11
Tartanettes, March 30, 1971
2 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
The Tartanettes, a Scottish dance troop, shown in their dance costumes with trophies in front and then dressed in capes and tams. Assumed commissioner is Tartanettes. Contact on original envelope given as Mrs. Haugseth.
Location: 0190.02.01.0398.01-.02
Tissington Motors Fleet, May 1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 3.5; 3 x 5
Tissington Motors Fleet with drivers standing by their trucks. Orginal envelope labelled “Timberline Haulers.” Assumed commissioner is Tissington Motors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0399.01
Rimrock Homes, July 23, 1971
2 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
New houses being built by Rimrock Homes in a housing development on Grande Prairie’s south side. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0400.01-.02
Richmond Realty – Lux Farm, June 10, 1971
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerial photos of the Lux farm buildings taken for Richmond Realty. Assumed commissioner is Richmond Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0401.01-.03
Richmond Realty – homes, 1971
4 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
Photos of homes taken for Richmond Realty. Assumed commissioner is Richmond Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0401.04-.07
Parks and Recreation Float, May 1971
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Copy of float “Grande Prairie – Unlocking Alberta’s Resources ” sponsored by the City’s Parks and Recreation Department. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie Parks and Recreation Department.
Location: 0190.02.01.0402.01-.02
Park Hotel Cabaret, January 28, 1971
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Park Hotel Cabaret. Assumed commissioner is Park Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0403.01-.04
Prairie Signs, December 1971
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Sign for Richmond Industrial Park, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Signs.
Location: 0190.02.01.0404.01-.03
G. Newall, Atlas Products, June 1971
1 negative; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
Gordon Newall with other staff in front of Atlas Products building and Atlas vehicles. Assumed commissioner is Atlas Products, contact is Gordon Newall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0405.01
Northern Alberta Dairy Pool, August 1971
3 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Northern Alberta Dairy Pool showing the inside of their plant and the packaging of their milk products. Assumed commissioner is Northern Alberta Dairy Pool.
Location: 0190.02.01.0406.01-.03
Northern Glass Store, September 1971
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Northern Glass Store on 100 Avenue showing Leslie’s Travel Agency and Moore’s Hair Salon on one side and Salem Books on the other. Midtown Restaurant is shown across the street. Assumed commissioner is Northern Glass.
Location: 0190.02.01.0407.01-.04
Northern Glass Store, 1971
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Northern Glass Store on 100 Avenue showing the inside displays and staff and ending with an outside front view of Panda Camera. Assumed commissioner is Northern Glass.
Location: 0190.02.01.0407.05 -.12
Norton Brothers Ball Team, December 10, 1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 3.5; 3 x 5
Norton Brothers Ball Team. Assumed commissioner is Norton Brothers Ball Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0408.01
Marshall Lee Construction, August 13, 1971
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Marshall Lee Construction moving dirt for the start of a supermarket construction. Assumed commissioner is Marshall Lee Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0409.01-.02
Gord Moon, Elks Lodge, May 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Gordon Moon, Past D.D.G.E R. of the Grande Prairie Elks. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0410.01
Main Street Stores, March 1971
2 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
100 Avenue views of Regal Discount Store, Skylark Shoes, Shamrock Drugs and the Metropolitan Store. Original envelope labelled ” Met Stores/Exterior”. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0411.01-.02
Mountview Trailer Sales, May 1971
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 3; 3 x 5
Mountview Trailer Sales. Assumed commissioner is Mountview Trailer Sales.
Location: 0190.02.01.0412.01-.02
Mountview Trailer Sales, 1971
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Mountview Trailer Sales grand opening showing their stock of house and vacation trailers, customers outside and inside their offices. Assumed commissioner is Mountview Trailer Sales.
Location: 0190.02.01.0412.03 -.18
ARCO, Summer 1970
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
ARCO gas plant. Assumed commissioner is ARCO.
Location: 0190.02.01.0413.01-.03
R. Angus, Union Tractor, L.L. Adam Contractors, December 29, 1970
10; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Industrial buildings of R. Angus, Alberta Ltd., Union Tractor, and L.L. Adam Contractors. Also shown is a “Cat Train” on a road building project. Assumed commissioner is R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0414.01-.10
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 54, February 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Six members (four men and two women) of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 54. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion Branch 54.
Location: 0190.02.01.0415.01
Judy Lightfoot (Carsen), March 1971
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Judy Lightfoot (Carsen) with her guitar. Possibly connected to Barry Lane Agencies. Assumed commissioner is Judy Lightfoot (Carsen).
Location: 0190.02.01.0416.01-.02
Keen Ice CBC, [ca. January 1971]
2 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Keen Ice, Golden Spike Curling, shows two curlers wearing crests “Canadian Open Championship 1969” and two wearing “Provincial Curling Championship ” crests. Assumed commissioner is CBC.
Location: 0190.02.01.0417.01-.02
Central Park Lodge, September 4, 1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 3.5; 3 x 5
Central Park Lodge, a nursing home. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, contact is Wilf Dunkley.
Location: 0190.02.01.0418.01
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, September 4, 1971
2 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 3.5
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital showing flower beds at the back near the doctors’ parking. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, contact is Wilf Dunkley.
Location: 0190.02.01.0418.02-.03
Municipal Hospital Nurses’ Residence, September 4, 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital Nurses’ Residence. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Municipal Hospital, contact is Wilf Dunkley.
Location: 0190.02.01.0418.04
Knights of Columbus, May 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Knights of Columbus present a cheque to Retarded Children’s Association. Assumed commissioner is Knights of Columbus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0419.01
Junior College Yearbook Team Photos, March 1971
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Junior College athletics teams: men’s hockey “Cougars”; men’s basketball teams with coach Hideo Fukushima, men’s football and women’s basketball “Cubs” with coach, Don Harper. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0420.01-.06
Junior A’s Hockey, March 1971
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Junior A hockey game showing the action, and the spectators. Assumed commissioner is Junior A Hockey association or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0421.01-.07
Grande Prairie Hospital Christmas Scene, December 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Hospital Christmas Scene. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.0422.01
Jan Theatre Opening, November 14, 1971
2;1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Jan Theatre Opening showing the ribbon cutting with Barry Edgar on the left and Mayor Borstad cutting the ribbon, and secondly a view of the theatre audience. Assumed commissioner is Jan Theatre.
Location: 0190.02.01.0423.01-.02
Federal Grain Train, August 1971
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 3.5; 3 x 5
Federal Grain Train band shown entertaining a large crowd. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0424.01-.02
Alberta Resources Railway Arrives, June 12, 1971
4 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Celebration of the Alberta Resources Railway arriving in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0425.01-.04
Grande Prairie Aerials, ca. 1970-1971
14 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie city and surrounding landscape commissioned by the World Health Organization showing downtown, industrial area, Bear Creek, housing areas, and surrounding farm land. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.01-.14
Aerial of Highland Park Subdivision, ca. 1970-1971
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
Aerials of Grande Prairie’s Highland Park area, commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.15
Wapiti River and Canfor Lumber, ca. 1970-1971
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
What could be the Wapiti River valley with a car staopped on the road and a couple looking over the valley and then a shot of Canfor’s lumber pile. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.16-.17
Lumber Truck, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Truck loaded with lumber pulled in by a lumber stack with driver standing along side. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.18
Grande Prairie Golf Course, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Golf Course. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.19
Grande Prairie Golf Course, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Golf Course. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.20
Grande Prairie’s Jubilee Park, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie’s Jubilee Park showing the trumpeter swan statue. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.21
Grande Prairie’s Municipal Hospital and Nursing Home, ca. 1970-1971
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie’s Municipal Hospital and Nursing Home. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.22-24
Montrose Junior High School, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Montrose Junior High School. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.25
Grande Prairie Composite High School, ca. 1970-1971
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.26-.27
St. Joseph Catholic Church, ca. 1970-1971
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grande Prairie. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.28-.30
Downtown Main Intersection, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Intersection of 100St. And 100 Ave. Grande Prairie showing a crowd of people in front of Toronto Dominion Bank, Gaiety Theatre and Bank of Nova Scotia. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.31
Downtown Main Street, ca. 1970-1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
100 Ave. Grande Prairie showing businesses along each side of 100 Street. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.32
Downtown Grande Prairie 99 St.-100 Ave., ca. 1970-1971
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
100 Ave.,99 St. Grande Prairie showing businesses along each side of the avenue. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.33
Financial Building, Grande Prairie, ca. 1970-1971
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
Financial Building, Grande Prairie. Commissioned by the World Health Organization. Photographs taken in September 1970 or in 1971.
Location: 0190.02.01.0426.34
Hudson’s Bay Company – 300 Years Party, February 1971
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Hudson’s Bay 300 Years party included dress up and dancing. Assumed commissioner is Hudson’s Bay Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0427.01-.04
Hudson’s Bay Company Store, 1971
19 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Interior of the Hudson Bay Store showing clothing departments for all ages, shoes, made to measure suits, luggage, paintings, clocks, cameras, cosmetics, and home decore. Assumed commissioner is Hudson’s Bay Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0427.05-23
Shops Beside Panda Camera, 1971
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Street views of Panda Camera shop window and Gay Lane Shoes next door. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0427.24-.26
4-H Camp, July 28, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
A large group of 4-H members pose for a photo at their campsite. Assumed commissioner is 4-H.
Location: 0190.02.01.0428.01
County Fair Parade, 1971
197 ; 29 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
County Fair parade celebrated “International Days” with many participants dressing for the theme, and including bands, cheerleaders, decorated horses and riders including Valhalla – Hythe Horse Club, decorated cars, some carrying dignitaries such as Miss Dominion; floats with visible signs nclude Grande Prairie Swimming Pool, Mountview sponsored “The Proud Young Canadians”, 4-H, Jaycees, B.P.O.E, Pioneer Girls, Job’s Daughters, Co-op, Grande Prairie Hospitals “Patient Care Knows no Prejudice”, Parks and Recreation Dept., Cubs, Scouts, , dance band, Daughters of the Nile, Lions, Oil Wives, Little Theatre, International Days, Swan Buses, Royal Canadian Legion, Trumpeter Swim Club, Sons of Norway, Shrine Club, United Grain Growers, Toronto Dominion Bank, Alberta Wheat Pool, Holroyd Drugs, and Culligan. Political floats carried Progressive Conservative signs and Harry Strom was present for the Social Credit Party and local candidate Bill Bowes. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0429.01-.197
Elks/OORP, May 6, 1971
42 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Elks Installation night for both men and women, and includes group photographs. Assumed commissioner is Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0430.01-.42
Dunvegan Bridge and Mission, [ca. 1971]
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3 ; 3 x 5
Peace River at Dunvegan including the bridge and the Mission. Assumed uncommissioned work, although original envelope indicates that copies were made for Don Swanston.
Location: 0190.02.01.0431.01-.03
Downtown Grande Prairie – Aerial, [ca. 1971]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Aerial of downtown Grande Prairie. Assumed uncommissioned work, although original envelope indicates that copies were made for Don Swanston.
Location: 0190.02.01.0431.04
Peace Building – Dobson Clinic, October 19, 1971
1 negatives; colour; 2 x 3.5
The Peace Building was built by Dr. Dobson to house his medical clinic and pharmacy and was home to offices of Traders Finance and Trans Canada Loans. Assumed commissioner is Dobson Clinic.
Location: 0190.02.01.0432.01
Dobson Album, October 1971
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Possibly a retirement party. Doctors present include Dr. Dobson and Dr. Case. Assumed commissioner is Dr. Dobson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0433.01-.16
Canfor Bonspiel Winners, February 26, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
NCFI Bonspiel winners holding their trophy. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0434.01
Colossal Dance, 1971
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance with these musicians. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.01-.16
Colossal Dance, 1971
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including these musicians. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.17-.18
Colossal Dance, 1971
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including these musicians. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.19-.20
Colossal Dance, 1971
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including these musicians. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.21-.22
Colossal Dance, 1971
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including these musicians. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.23-.24
Colossal Dance, 1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including this musician. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.25
Colossal Dance, 1971
3 negatives; colour; 35 mm
College weekend featured a Colossal Dance including musicians and participants. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0435.26-.28
Career Fair 1971, March 24, 1971
16 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Career Fair offering information for students on prospective jobs. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0436.01-.16
County Council, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Group photo of County of Grande Prairie councillors. Assumed commissioner is County of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0437.01
Canadian Utilities Safety Awards, May 1971
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Three groups of employees receiving 5, 10 and 15 year safety awards. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0438.01-.03
CANFOR Tour, February 27, 1971
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Students assemble for a tour of Canadian Forest Products. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0439.01-.02
CANFOR Safety, August 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Canfor celebrates with a group holding this sign: “Congratulations for 1000 days without a lost time accident.” Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0439.03
Metropolitan Store – Canadian Utilities, January 7, 1971
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Metropolitan Store showing the inside displays of consumer goods, especiallly the lighting and the cafeteria area. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0440.01-.06
Dr. John Case, May 1971
6 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Dr John Case looks over the land he is preparing to build a home on south of the city. Assumed commissioner is Dr. John Case.
Location: 0190.02.01.0441.01-.06
Opening of the Flamingo Cabaret, April 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Opening of the Flamingo Cabaret in the Park Hotel. Assumed commissioner is Mr. Chomyk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0442.01
Chamber of Commerce Executive, October 1971
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Chamber of Commerce Executive include Mel Menzies, Bill Bowes, Allan Douglas, Dennis Bryan, Paul Evaskevich, and Dean Toews. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0443.01-.02
Mrs. F. Cranston, January 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Mrs. Wilma Cranston, teacher and librarian. Photo taken for the Composite Year Book. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0444.01
CANFOR Hockey Team, March 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
CANFOR Hockey Team, publicity series. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0445.01
CANFOR Presentation, March 1971
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CANFOR presentation, publicity series. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0445.02
CANFOR Operations, March 1971
114 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
CANFOR operations showing work going on outside as well as the inside mill work and office and management staff. Publicity series. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0445.03 -.116
Composite High School Graduation Class, May 7, 1971
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Composite High School Graduation Class of 1971. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0446.01
Chester Stretch, Burns & Co., December 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Chester Stretch standing, with his “Burns” brief case in hand, by his car. Assumed commissioner is Burns & Co.
Location: 0190.02.01.0447.01
AGT Presentation, March 1971
2; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Ernest Townend, Alberta Government Telephones (AGT) supervisor, presents an award to an employee. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Government Telephones.
Location: 0190.02.01.0448.01-.02
New Homes – Alberta Housing Corp., November 6, 1971
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
A new housing development in Grande Prairie through Alberta Housing Corporation. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Housing Corp.
Location: 0190.02.01.0449.01-.03
Adams Construction, January 1971
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Adams Construction showing a tractor train hauling a long line of equipment. Assumed commissioner is Adams Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0450.01
Swanavon School -Student Awards, May 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; photograph
Swanavon School students, with their teachers, show off their awards plaque. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0451.01
Swanavon School -Student Awards, 1975
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
Swanavon School students, with their teachers, show off their trophies. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0451.02
Trumpeter Swan at Jubilee Park, [ca. 1975]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Trumpeter Swan statue at Jubilee Park near the Provincial Building. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0452.01
Skaters Carnival, May 1975
63 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Groups and singles in Grande Prairie figure skaters showing their performance costumes and showing off their skating talents. Assumed commissioner is figure skating group.
Location: 0190.02.01.0453.01-.63
Sexsmith Graduation Class, May 23, 1975
1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 ; 3 x 5 in.
Sexsmith Graduation Class of 1975. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0454.01
Sexsmith Graduation Celebrations, 1975
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Sexsmith Graduation Class of 1975 showing grads shaking hands with the principal, Ted Meen, couples in the grand march, and family groupings. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0454.02-.17
Sexsmith Graduation – Teepee Creek Group, May 23, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Sexsmith Graduation 1975 – Teepee Creek Group. Theme is “Forever Young”. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0455.01
Smoky River Aerial, September 27, 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Aerial of the Smoky River. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0456.01
Sturgeon Lake Mission Aerial, September 27, 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Aerial of the Sturgeon Lake Mission. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0457.01
McLaurin Baptist Church, 1976
2; 2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2 &3 x 5
McLaurin Baptist Church in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is McLaurin Baptist Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0458.01-.02
Canada Manpower Staff, November 1976
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Canada Manpower staff at their offices including manager, Ernest Goulding, and staff member Karen Fetterly. Assumed commissioner is Canada Manpower.
Location: 0190.02.01.0459.01-.07
Canada Manpower Staff, 1976
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Canada Manpower staff portraits. Assumed commissioner is Canada Manpower.
Location: 0190.02.01.0459.08 -.11
Canada Manpower Staff Member, 1976
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Canada Manpower staff member. Assumed commissioner is Canada Manpower.
Location: 0190.02.01.0459.12
Trumpeter Travel, March 7, 1975
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Trumpeter Travel offices. Official photographs for CP Approval. Assumed commissioner is Trumpeter Travel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0460.01-.04
UFA Co-op, August 1975
3 slides; colour; 2 x 2
UFA Co-op showing two of their trucks, their drivers in front of the trucks and the entire staff in front of their building. Assumed commissioner is UFA Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0461.01-.03
Valleyview Town Aerial, September 27, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Town of Valleyview aerial view. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0462.01
Grande Prairie City Aerials, October 1972
22 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie, city and surrounding area. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0463.01-.22
Order of the Royal Purple Installation, May 10, 1973
2 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Royal Purple Installation procession in the Elks Hall. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0464.01-.02
Royal Purple Installation Procession, 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Royal Purple Installation Procession in the Elks Hall. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0464.03
Royal Purple Installation Ceremony, 1973
25; 4 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Royal Purple Installation ceremony in the Elks Hall. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0464.04-.28
Royal Purple Group and Couples, 1973
5; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 35 mm., 3 x 5
After the Royal Purple Installation ceremony, the group gathers for a photo as do several couples including Myrtle and Harold Webb. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0464.29-.33
Sexsmith Graduation, May 14, 1971
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Group portrait of Sexsmith graduating class. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0465.01a
Sexsmith Graduation, 1971
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5
Group portrait of Sexsmith graduating class. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0465.01b
Larry Renn, September 16, 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Larry Renn, publicity portrait. Assumed commissioner is Larry Renn. Photograph taken by Randy Zutter.
Location: 0190.02.01.0466.01a
Larry Renn, 1975
1 negative; colour; 4 x 5
Larry Renn, publicity portrait. Assumed commissioner is Larry Renn. Photograph taken by Randy Zutter.
Location: 0190.02.01.0466.01b
Van Hoy Stationers, 1976
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Inside views of the store featuring office furniture, stationary, adding machines and calculators. They were located in the Howarth Building. Assumed commissioner is Van Hoy Stationers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0467.01-.05
Bank of Montreal Board of Directors, November 1976
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Bank of Montreal Board of Directors. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0468.01
GMAC, May 1976
5 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
GMAC awards presentation including the 100 Club and the 150 Club. Assumed commissioner is GMAC.
Location: 0190.02.01.0469.01-.05
Granco Real Estate, 1976
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Granco Real Estate homes for sale. Assumed commissioner is Granco Real Estate.
Location: 0190.02.01.0470.01-.08
Oliver Badger, March 26, 1976
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4
Oliver Badger’s singing group. Assumed commissioner is Oliver Badger
Location: 0190.02.01.0471.01
Easter Bunny Presentation, April 1976
2 negatives; b & w; 3 x 4
Presentation to the winner of the Easter Bunny Contest, David Nilsson. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0472.01-.02
Granco Real Estate Houses, 1976
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Granco Real Estate Houses for sale. Assumed commissioner is Granco Real Estate.
Location: 0190.02.01.0473.01-.03
Ford Motor Company Awards, May 1976
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Distinquished Achievement Awards presentation to representatives from Tartan Sales, Dave’s Garage, Windsor Motors (Les Longmate), ASPOC Motors, and Cobran Motors. Assumed commissioner is Ford Motor Company.
Location: 0190.02.01.0474.01-.06
Rimrock Homes, March 22, 1976
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
New homes built by Rimrock Homes. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0475.01-.04
GPCHS Concert Chorale, May 14, 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School Concert Chorale with director, Duane Emch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0476.01
Queen of Hearts Sexsmith, February 1975
11; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Queen of Hearts Dance, Sexsmith, featuring the presentation of the queen, other candidates anf dancing couples. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0477.01-.11
Queen of Hearts Sexsmith, 1975
1; 9 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Queen of Hearts Dance, Sexsmith, featuring the presentation of the queen, other candidates and dancing couples. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0477.01-.12-.20
Procter & Gamble, [ca. May 1976]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Inside Procter and Gamble pulp mill, a machinery shot for John T. Hepburn, Toronto. Commissioner is John T. Hepburn, Toronto.
Location: 0190.02.01.0478.01
Northern Concrete Ltd., February 1975
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Northern Concrete Ltd., showing a flleet of trucks, including one concrete truck. Assumed commissioner is Northern Concrete Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0479.01-.04
Mountview Trailer Sales, May 2, 1975
2 negatives, photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Mountview Trailer Sales showing the trailers and a salesman. Assumed commissioner is Mountview Trailer Sales.
Location: 0190.02.01.0480.01-.02
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion Convention, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion Convention showing a presentation being made. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.0481.01
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion Convention, 1975
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion Convention showing the gymnasium filled with delegates, several small group photos and two large women’s group photos. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Ladies group photos may have been commissioned by Provincial Ladies’ Auxiliary rather than the local branch.
Location: 0190.02.01.0481.02-.08
Women’s Auxiliary – Royal Canadian Legion Convention, 1975
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 7
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion Convention – Women’s Auxiliary group photos. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie branch of the Royal Canadian Legion or Provincial Ladies’ Auxiliary.
Location: 0190.02.01.0481.09-.10
Johnson Trusses, January 21, 1975
16 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Johnson Trusses showing men working in the plant, office staff, and a man looking over a blueprint. Assumed commissioner is Johnson Trusses.
Location: 0190.02.01.0482.01-.16
Grande Prairie Knights, December 4, 1975
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Knights junior hockey team. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Knights Hockey Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0483.01-.02
Pierre and Margaret Trudeau’s Visit to Grande Prairie, February 11, 1975
14 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Prime Minister, Pierre trudeau and his wife Margaret visited Grande Prairie in February, 1975. Photos show Margaret speaking, the couple sitting with Mayor May and alderman Wood; the couple greeting the crowd ; Mayor May speaking; Trudeau speaking and accepting a swan statue; Dr. Henry Anderson, GPRC president, speaking, and the Trudeaus bundled up to return to the airport. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0484.01-.14
Steam Engine, [ca. 1975]
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Steam engine, restored , likely at a museum, with spectators looking it over. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.01
Threshing, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Two young women throw grain bundles into a threshing machine – likely at a museum. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.02
Camping By a Lake, nd
4 slide; colour; 35mm
A camping spot showing a man with a tent and a marvelous lake. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.03-.06
Nail Driving Competition, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Nail driving competition on main street, Grande Prairie. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.07
Rio Grande Stampede, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm
Rio Grande Stampede, July 1. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.08
Log Cabin, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Log cabin on the road between Valhalla Center and Highway 34. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.09
Wembley Ferry – Retired, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Wembley Ferry , shown pulled up on the river bank, no longer used. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.10
Promoting Highway 93, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Sign “Promoting Highway 93” in the Westview area sponsored by Grande Prairie and Hinton Chambers of Commerce. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.11
Sun Bathers on a River Bank, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Sun bathers on a river bank. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.12
Kleskun Hills, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Kleskun Hills, showing a truck parked on top of one of the hills. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.13
Sunset, nd
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Winter sunset. Photo commissioned by the Game Country Travel Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0485.14
Haberman Centre Village – Chicken Village – Shopper’s Park, September 1975
3 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Center Village Shoppers Park on the corner of 100St. and 108 Ave. featuring Ed Haberman’s Chicken Village, Klip and Kurl, Boston Pizza, Muntz, and the Pop Shop. Assumed commissioner is Ed Haberman.
Location: 0190.02.01.0486.01-.03
Grande Prairie Composite High School Grad Class, 1974
1 photograph; colour; 5 x 7
Grande Prairie Composite High School Grad Class, 1974. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0487.01
County Fair Parade, 1964
7; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
County Fair Parade floats include ones advertising Holroyd Drugs, Lynn’s Travel Agency, Grande Prairie “Home of the Trumpeter Swan”, Job’s Daughters, an appliance company, “serving G.P. for 40 years”, and the Municipal Hospital. Oliver’s Furniture store on 100 Ave. is seen in the background. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0488.01-.07
GPCHS Concert Chorale, December 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
GPCHS Concert Chorale with director, Duane Emch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0489.01
Fenley Machine – Gravel Truck, December 7, 1975
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Gravel truck shown with hydrolic box lift. Photo commissioned by Fenley Machine.
Location: 0190.02.01.0490.01-.03
East End Grocery, 1975
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
East End Grocery showing the grocery displays inside of the store. Assumed commissioner is East End Grocery.
Location: 0190.02.01.0491.01-.02
Boyle and Munro Awards, Fall 1975
7; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Boyle and Munro Awards. Present in photographs are John Boyle, Marion Hunter, and Pat MacDonald. Assumed commissioner is Boyle and Munro.
Location: 0190.02.01.0492.01-.07
Big Daddy’s Vending, March 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
A wall of vending machines operated by Big Daddy’s Vending. Assumed commissioner is Big Daddy’s Vending.
Location: 0190.02.01.0493.01
Grande Prairie Rewind, November 6, 1975
10 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
A tour through the shop of Grande Prairie Rewind where huge motors are rebuilt. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Rewind.
Location: 0190.02.01.0494.01-.10
Grande Prairie Bantam Barons Hockey Club, 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Bantam Barons Hockey Club. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Bantam Barons Hockey Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0495.01
Dakota Contracting Sale, October 1975
9 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Auction sale of equipment for Dakota Contracting. Assumed commissioner is Dakota Contracting.
Location: 0190.02.01.0496.01-.09
Grande Prairie Royal Canadian Legion, May 1975
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Mr. Sandboe and Mr. Nelson, Royal Canadian Legion, publicity photos. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.0497.01-.02
Grande Prairie Old Timers Hockey Club, December 7, 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Old Timers Hockey Club with coach Max Henning. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Old Timers Hockey Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0498.01
Aerials of a Farm – M. R. Carson, October 1975
4; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerials of a farm and surrounding river and town. Photos commissioned by M. R. Carson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0499.01-.04
Clem & Muriel Collins 25th Anniversary, 1975
22 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Clem & Muriel Collins 25th anniversary party. Assumed commissioner is Clem Collins.
Location: 0190.02.01.0500.01-.22
Coneco Equipment, January 18, 1973
12; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Coneco equipment at work including log grapplers and loaders showing the process from hauling the logs out of the bush to loading them on the truck. Assumed commissioner is Coneco Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0501.01-.12
Consolidated Concrete, August 1973
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Consolidated Concrete showing the plant and buildings where they did concrete work. Assumed commissioner is Consolidated Concrete.
Location: 0190.02.01.0502.01-.06
Costello Equipment, June 1973
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Costello Equipment staff perhaps celebrating new management. Assumed commissioner is Costello Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.0503.01-.03
City of Grande Prairie Float Design, June 1973
4 negatives; colour; 35mm.
City of Grande Prairie Float design submission with motto “People Building a Future”. Assumed commissioner is the City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0504.01-.04
CANFOR Safety, [ca. 1973]
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
CANFOR celebrates 500 days without a lost time accident. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0505.01-.02
Dan Cristall and Physics Class, [ca. 1973]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Dan Cristall, instructor at the Grande Prairie Regional College, with his physics class. Assumed commissioner is Dan Cristall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0506.01
RCMP Ball, September 1973
11 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
RCMP Ball showing couples and groups posing for photos. Assumed commissioner is RCMP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0507.01-.11
Grande Prairie Liquor Store Staff, November 1973
3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Liquor Store Staff, and Don Lindsay, radio announcer, CFGP. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Liquor Store.
Location: 0190.02.01.0508.01-.03
Montrose Junior High School Band, March 1973
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Montrose School Band led by teacher, Mike Townsend. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0509.01-.04
Montrose Junior High School Band, March 8, 1973
3 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.
Montrose Junior High School Band led by teacher, Mike Townsend. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0510.01-.03
A New Grande Prairie Co-op, August 1973
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3; 4 x 5
A new Grande Prairie Co-op showing the inside view and exterior view from the parking lot with three gentlemen including Mr. Paul Listoe, Co-op accountant. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Co-op. A card inside the original envelope records proofs being sent to Francis, Williams & Johnson in Edmonton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0511.01-.02
Grande Prairie Elks Installation of Officers, May 1973
21 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Grande Prairie Elks and Royal Purple Installation of Officers including the installation ceremony, photos of the men’s group and couples and families. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0512.01-.21
Townline Men’s Wear Fashions, October 1974
14 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Townline Men’s Wear Fashions, advertising shots and party at Pivert farm. Assumed commissioner is Townline Men’s Wear, copyright transferred to SPRA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0513.01-.14
Musical Theatre Production of “Oliver”, June 1973
79; 24 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Scenes from the musical theatre production of “Oliver” by Grande Prairie Little Theatre. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0514.01-.79
Theatre Production of “The Crucible”, November 1973
43; 10 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie ‘s Little Theatre production of the play “The Crucible”. Cast included Garry Webber, Dave Biltek, Dr. Winters, Carol Carter, and Bob Stone? Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre or possible uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0515.01-.43
Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation, August 1973
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Group photo of Grande Prairie Composite High School graduating class of 1973. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0516.01
VACANT,
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Location: 0190.02.01.0517
KFC – Colonel Saunders & Haberman, July 1973
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2
Kentucky Fried Chicken tycoon, Colonel Saunders, poses for a photo and with local franchise owner, Ed Haberman and his family. Assumed commissioner is the Chicken Village Group (Ed Haberman).
Location: 0190.02.01.0518.01-.02
Colonel Saunders & Haberman Open KFC, July 1973
28 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Kentucky Fried Chicken tycoon, Colonel Saunders, at the opening of KFC is seen signing a banner, greeted by Mayor Borstad, surrounded by children, posing for photos and with local customers. Assumed commissioner is the Chicken Village Group (Ed Haberman).
Location: 0190.02.01.0518.03-.30
Colonel Saunders & Haberman Open KFC, 1973
1 photograph; colour; 4 x 6
Kentucky Fried Chicken tycoon, Colonel Saunders, with local photographer, Paul Pivert at a Rotary meeting. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0518.31
Procter and Gamble Plant, February 1973
6; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2, 3 x 5
Procter and Gamble Plant, photos from the air and on the ground. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0519.01-.06
Sexsmith Queen of Hearts, February 15, 1974
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sexsmith Queen of Hearts showing the presentation to the queen and several groupiings of those attending the function. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0520.01-.14
Procter and Gamble Officials Arriving, June 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble arrive by plane for the official opening. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.01-.03
Procter and Gamble Officials Arriving, 1974
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble arrive by plane for the official opening and are seen heading for a bus to take them to the site. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.04-.06
Procter and Gamble Officials Celebrate Opening, 1974
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble arrive at the plant site and are greeted by crowds, entertainment and the official log sawing. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.07-.13
Procter and Gamble Officials Celebrate Opening, 1974
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble form a platform party and begin the speeches. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.14-.17
Procter and Gamble Officials Celebrate Opening, 1974
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble speak at the opening of their plant. Also shots of the equipment in the yard. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.18-.23
Procter and Gamble Officials Celebrate Opening, 1974
13 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble speak at the opening of their plant. Also shots of the equipment in the yard, the entertainment, food and mingling. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.24-.36
Procter and Gamble Celebrate Opening- Speakers, 1974
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble speak at the opening of their plant. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.37-.40
P & G Officials Tour the Plant, 1974
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Officials from Procter and Gamble tour their plant. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0521.41-51
Roblyns Travel Agency, August 1974
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Roblyns Travel Agency, owned by Harry and Pat Schneider, showing inside the office and the view from the street. Assumed commissioner is Roblyns Travel Agency.
Location: 0190.02.01.0522.01-.02
United Mobile Homes, June 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
United Mobile Homes showing a row of new house trailers. Assumed commissioner is United Mobile Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0523.01-.03
GPRC Engineering Students, April 2, 1970
1 negative; colour; 2 x 3
Dan Cristall’s engineering students at the Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Dan Cristall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0524.01
Member of the Royal Purple, February 19, 1976
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Member of the Royal Purple. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0525.01
Sexsmith Graduation Group, May 1974
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Sexsmith Graduation class with motto, “Go Gently Through the Years”. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0526.01
Strehlke Fire, December 1974
5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Burke and Claudia Strehlke had their new house under construction burn down. Firemen and fire truck are seen and Burke and friends Orm Shultz and Harry Davis. Note on original envelope indicates that Stan Griffiths and Pete Eager were notified about the photographs, therefore the assumed commissioner is the Grande Prairie Fire Department.
Location: 0190.02.01.0527.01-.05
Sexsmith Graduation, May 1974
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sexsmith Graduation: with Ted Meen, principal presenting diplomas, entertainment, decorations and shots of couples and groups of grads. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0528.01-.14
“Tarn” Band, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
“Tarn”, a band perfoming on a multi-level stage. Assumed commissioner is “Tarn Band”.
Location: 0190.02.01.0529.01
Dave Willis, lawyer, September 1974
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 3 x 5; 2 x 2;
Dave Willis, portrait, in his lawyer robes. Assumed commissioner is Dave Willis.
Location: 0190.02.01.0530.01-.02
Senior Citizens’ Board, November 19, 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
The first elected council of the Grande Prairie and District Senior Citizens Recreation Centre. Back row, left to right: Julius Scriba, Beatrice Hart, Betty Sherk, Lyman Rorem, Ada Bennett, Harold Bennett, Marie Van Schaik, Foster Van Schaik, and Bessie Burgess. Front row, left to right: Mary McNally, Vice President Tom Funnell, Secretary Treasurer Dorothy Leslie, President Kenneth M. Munro, Ann Schenk, and Helen Shand. Commissioned by the Grande Prairie and District Senior Citizens Recreation Centre (later renamed the Golden Age Centre).
Location: 0190.02.01.0531.01
Skaters – Memorial Arena, February 1974
14 negatives; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 3.5; 3 x 5
An Ice Carnival showing the different performing groups of figure skaters and staged at the Memorial Arena. Assumed commissioner is the figure skating group.
Location: 0190.02.01.0532.01-.14
Skaters – Teenagers, 1974
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
The Ice Carnival showing a performing group of teenagers and staged at the Memorial Arena. Assumed commissioner is the figure skating club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0532.15
Skaters – Teenager Groups, 1974
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Ice Carnival showing performing groups of teenagers and staged at the Memorial Arena. Assumed commissioner is the figure skating club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0532.16-19
Skaters – Matching Couple, 1974
1 photograph; colour; 3 x 5
The Ice Carnival showing two girls in matching ice skating costumes posing. Assumed commissioner is the figure skating club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0532.20
Prairie Mall Opens With New Stores, [ca. 1974]
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Prairie Mall opens – showing insides of three new stores. Photo commissioned by Westmount Fixtures
Location: 0190.02.01.0533.01-.03
Aerials of a Farm – Mr. Wood, August 18, 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of a farm in DeBolt. Photograph commissioned by Mr. Wood.
Location: 0190.02.01.0534.01-.03
Stereo Hut, August 1974
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Stereo Hut, showing the inside of the store showing Sony stereo equipment, LP records. Assumed commissioner is Stereo Hut.
Location: 0190.02.01.0535.01-.04
Harmony Music, January 1976
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Harmony Music store showing staff standing by a display of Long Playing records (LPs). Assumed commissioner is Harmony Music.
Location: 0190.02.01.0536.01
CFGP, 1976
25 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP building and individual photos of staff members including Don Lindsay, Cass Remple. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0537.01-.25
Grande Prairie Hockey Team – Pete Wright, 1976
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Hockey Team – Pete Wright, Oscar Blais, Bob Rigler are three of the players. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Hockey Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0538.01
United Grain Growers Elevator, Grande Prairie, September 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
United Grain Growers Elevator, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0539.01
Air Show, 1975
7 slides; colour; 35 mm
Air Show showing the acrobats of the airplanes. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0540.01-.07
Canfor,
4 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Inside Canfor mill operation. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0541.01-.04
Doug Clarkson, Mason, March 13, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Doug Clarkson, Mason. Assumed commissioner is Doug Clarkson or possibly local Masonic chapter.
Location: 0190.02.01.0542.01
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, August 1975
5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Interiors of the Safeway Branch of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0543.01-.05
Elks and Royal Purple Installation, July 1975
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Elks and Royal Purple Installation. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0544.01-.12
Elks and Royal Purple Installation, 1975
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Elks and Royal Purple Installation. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0544.13-.17
Elks and Royal Purple Groups, 1975
2 negatives; colour; 4 x 5
Elks and Royal Purple group photos. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0544.18-.19
Furama Restaurant, March 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Furama Restaurant, formerly the Kaila Club on 10015-100 Avenue. Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Furama Restaurant.
Location: 0190.02.01.0545.01
Furama Restaurant, 1975
6 slides; colour; 2 x 2
Furama Restaurant, formerly the Kaila Club on 10015-100 Avenue. Grande Prairie showing the signage on the exterior and the inside arrangement of seating. Assumed commissioner is Furama Restaurant.
Location: 0190.02.01.0545.02-.07
South Peace Orchestra and Choir – Grande Prairie College, December 1975
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
South Peace Orchestra and Choir – Grande Prairie College performing Vivaldi’s Gloria and excerpts from the Messiah. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Orchestra and Choir.
Location: 0190.02.01.0546.01-.03
South Peace Orchestra and Choir – Grande Prairie College, 1975
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
South Peace Orchestra and Choir – Grande Prairie College performing Vivaldi’s Gloria and excerpts from the Messiah. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Orchestra and Choir.
Location: 0190.02.01.0546.04-.06
Grande Prairie Electric Rewind, June 10, 1975
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Electric Rewind showing inside their shop and the exterior of their building. Assumed commissioner is the Alberta Opportunity Corp.
Location: 0190.02.01.0547.01-.07
Elks & Royal Purple Commemorate Corp. Harvey, May 1974
4; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5; 3 x 3
Piano Presentation by the Elks & Royal Purple to commemorate Corp. Harvey. Photo orders by Mrs. Schenk. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0548.01-.04
Royal Purple Group, June 14, 1974
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Royal Purple, group shots. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0549.01-.02
Prairie Mall Being Built, August 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Prairie Mall in Grande Prairie in stages of being built. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Mall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0550.01-.03
Atlas Products, May 26, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Atlas Products with staff in front of their building. Assumed commissioner is Atlas Products, contact is Gordon Newall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0551.01
ATCO & UFA Trainload Sale, August 14, 1975
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Atco & UFA trainload sale of metal siding showing it being unloaded from the train, a group of businessmen involved and a large group at a seated dinner. Assumed commissioner is Atco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0552.01-.05
Accident on Richmond – Park Taxi, September 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Scene of an accident at 100 Street and 100 Avenue intersection involving a Park Taxi . An RCMP officer is present. Assumed uncommissioned work or possibly commissioned by Park Taxi.
Location: 0190.02.01.0553.01-.03
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority – Valentine Dance, February 1975
14 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Valentine Party, showing dining and dancing, valentine queen, and individual couples and small groups posing for the camera. Assumed commissioner is Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
Location: 0190.02.01.0554.01-.14
Bank of Montreal – Prairie Mall, March 1975
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Bank of Montreal – Prairie Mall. Assumed commissioner is Bank of Montreal.
Location: 0190.02.01.0555.01
Sandy Bennett, July 11, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
“Queen of the Furrow” in the Wanham Plowing Match, Sandy Bennett. Assumed commissioner is Wanham Plowing Match.
Location: 0190.02.01.0556.01
Broomball Players Celebrate, 1975
24; 14 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Broomball players meet for trophy awards and celebration. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Mens Broomball Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0557.01-.24
Band “Bent Willow” Entertain Broomball Group, 1975
3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Broomball players meet for trophy awards and celebration. Here the band “Bent Willow” plays for the dance. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Mens Broomball Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0557.25-.27
Broomball Awards Night, March 30, 1974
13 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Broomball Awards Night showing prenentations and groups around each table. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Mens Broomball Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0558.01-.13
Contact Airways, April 24, 1974
8 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4.5 x 4.5
Contact Airways showing airplanes in flight and on the ground, view of their hanger and office bulidings from the air, and an inside view of an office. Assumed commissioner is Contact Airways.
Location: 0190.02.01.0559.01-.08
Canfor Aerials, April 1974
17; 10 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerials of Canfor mill including log piles, burner, and surrounding housing areas. Assumed commissioner is Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0560.01-.17
College Site – Bird Construction, May 1974
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Regional College being built by Bird Construction. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0561.01-.10
College Site – Bird Construction, 1974
27 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College being built by Bird Construction. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0561.11-.37
Bird Construction – GPRC, April 21, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Circular forms used by Bird Construction on construction of Grande Prairie Regional College. Asssumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0562.01
Bird Construction – GPRC, 1973
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Circular forms used by Bird Construction on construction of Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0562.02-.05
City of Grande Prairie Aerials, April 1974
8 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
City of Grande Prairie aerials. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0563.01-.08
Dan Cristall’s Class – GPRC, April 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Dan Cristall’s Class – Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Dan Cristall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0564.01
CIBC Branch Opening, [ca. 1974]
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Safeway plaza branch of Bank of Commerce opens for business showing staff and manager at his desk. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0565.01-.02
South Peace Centennial Museum – Beaverlodge, [ca.1974]
13 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
South Peace Centennial Museum, Beaverlodge, showing working displays with steam engine, threshing machine, sawmill, and an antique truck. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Centennial Museum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0566.01-.13
Epec Consulting – Construction, October 1974
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Epec Consulting – various construction projects. Assumed commissioner is Epec Consulting.
Location: 0190.02.01.0567.01-.07
Epec Consulting – Construction, 1974
14; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Epec Consulting – various construction projects Assumed commissioner is Epec Consulting.
Location: 0190.02.01.0567.08-.21
Elks & Royal Purple Installations, May 1974
35 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Elks & Royal Purple Installations, presentation of corsages, group photos and couples and one family. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0568.01-.35
Grande Prairie Aerials, September 1974
11 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Aerials: Lakeside Chateau, Vista Village, Patterson Place, Safeway, swimming pool, dam, park. Commissioned by Paul Evaskevich.
Location: 0190.02.01.0569.01-.11
Grande Prairie Regional College, February 15, 1974
1 slide; colour; 35 mm.
Aerial during construction of Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0570.01
Fenley Machine & Welding, September 1974
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Fenley Machine and Welding Ltd. showing a Kakwa Trucking hauler. Assumed commissioner is Fenley Machine and Welding Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0571.01-.03
Adam’s Eves Fastball, August 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Adam’s Eves Fastball team and coaches. Assumed commissioner is Adam’s Eves Fastball Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0572.01
P & G Aerials, August 1974
4 negative; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerials of the Procter and Gamble plant built on the banks of the Wapiti River. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0573.01-.04
York Hotel Ball Team, October 21, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
York Hotel Ball Team includes Terry Gorman, Pat Gouchie, Al Reid, and Lorne McLeod. Assumed commissioner is York Hotel Ball Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0574.01
Theatre Production of “My Fair Lady”, May 1973
115; 28 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Theatre Production of “My Fair Lady” with stars Kay Allen and Dr. Winters. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “My Fair Lady” or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0575.01-.115
County Fair Parade, August 1974
200 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
County Fair Parade down 100 Ave. led by a marching band and included floats sponsored by the Legion, G.P. Stitch Rippers, Sexsmith Elks, Holroyd Drug, ACT& Peace School of Hope, Voyageurs Club, Co-op, Farmers and Merchants Trust, City Cab, Grande Prairie Packers, Dairy Queen, 4-H, Lion’s Club, UGG, Karate Club, Western Electonics, Independent Order of Foresters, Teen Challenge, Culligan, Texaco and city dignitaries in open air cars, marjorettes and Shriners marching, the horse clubs and decorated horses and riders, antique vehicles, and bagpipie band. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0576.01-.200
Father Stan Liska, June 28, 1974
8 negatives; colour; 1 x 2 mm
Going away party for Father Stan Liska. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0577.01-.08
Father Stan Liska, 1974
19 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Going away party for Father Stan Liska. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or possibly uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0577.09-.27
Little John Super Drug Store, July, August 1974
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Opening of Little John Super Drug Store in the Town Center Mall. Assumed commissioner is Little John Super Drug Store, contact is Stan.
Location: 0190.02.01.0578.01-.06
Pat Carragher ?, [ca. 1974]
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Maybe Canfor? Assumed commissioner is Pat Carragher.
Location: 0190.02.01.0579.01
Girl Guides, June 25, 1974
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
A Girl Guide group assembled in front of the Anglican Church. Assumed commissioner is Girl Guides.
Location: 0190.02.01.0580.01
Grande Prairie College, October 1974
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie College newly completed. Photo commissioned by Don’s Men’s Wear.
Location: 0190.02.01.0581.01
Music Festival Participants, September 4, 1974
41; 22 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Music Festival participants performing as choral groups, on various musical instruments, and some receiving recognition with trophies and awards. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Music Festival.
Location: 0190.02.01.0582.01-.41
CFGP Flying Fun Finder with Allan T. Dickison, April 24, 1973
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
CFGP “Flying Fun Finder” with Allan T. Dickison and a Wapiti Aviation airplane. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0583.01-.03
College & Community Orchestra and Festival, 1973
1 photograph; colour; 3.5 x 5
Mr. Nelson and the College Community Orchestra. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College Community Orchestra.
Location: 0190.02.01.0584.01
College & Community Orchestra and Festival, 1973
34; 17 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Mr. Nelson and the College Community Orchestra and Chorus, also showing individual and group participants. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College Community Orchestra and Chorus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0584.02-.35
Grande Prairie Courthouse, May 8, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 35 mm.
Grande Prairie Courthouse – fisheye view. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Courthouse.
Location: 0190.02.01.0585.01
Bank of Commerce and Fair Time Shots, August 1973
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Bank of Commerce and Fair Time Shots. Original envelope shows name “Mrs. Elder”. Assumed commissioner is Mrs. Elder.
Location: 0190.02.01.0586.01-.08
Bridge Opening – Bear Creek, October 1973
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Opening of the highway bridge across Bear Creek showing a large group of people standing in the middle of the bridge. Possible comissioner is Alberta Provincial Government Department of Highways.
Location: 0190.02.01.0587.01-.03
Bird Construction Aerials – GPRC, 1973
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Bird Construction Aerials – Grande Prairie Regional College construction. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0588.01-.03
Bird Construction Aerials – GPRC, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Bird Construction aerials of building the Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0589.01
AVCO Finance Office, March 20, 1973
5 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
AVCO Finance Office showing reception area. Assumed commissioner is AVCO Finance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0590.01-.05
Grandeur Draperies “Show Homes”, October 15, 1973
16; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Grandeur Draperies show their window treatments in the “Show Homes”. Assumed commissioner is Grandeur Draperies.
Location: 0190.02.01.0591.01-.16
Grande Prairie Regional College Band, March 29, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Regional College Band seated on a stage. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0592.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Choir, March 29, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Regional College Choir with pianist. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0593.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Orchestra, March 29, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Regional College Orchestra seated on a stage. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0594.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Stage Band, March 29, 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Regional College Stage Band. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0595.01
Grande Prairie Fire Department, October 23, 1973
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Fire Department showing off a new fire truck. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Fire Department.
Location: 0190.02.01.0596.01-.03
Grande Prairie Frontiersmen, October 20, 1973
6; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Frontiersmen in uniform and with parners at a formal occasion. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Frontiersmen.
Location: 0190.02.01.0597.01-.06
Kaila Club, December 8, 1973
8; 4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Kaila Club showing cooks, and patrons eating and dancing. Assumed commissioner is Kaila Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0598.01-.08
Grande Prairie Orchestra and Chorus – “Messiah”, December 12, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Orchestra and Chorus present “Messiah”. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Orchestra and Chorus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0599.01
Grande Prairie Auction Mart, May 1973
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie Auction Mart – aerial view. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Auction Mart.
Location: 0190.02.01.0600.01
Grande Prairie Main Street Stores, March 15, 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3
Downtown shops are in view on the north side of 100 Ave. between 99 and 98 St. including Bank of Nova Scotia, Midtown Restaurant, Don’s Men’s Wear, Sweet Sixteen, Skylark Shoes, a furniture store and Windsor Ford sign. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0601.01
Stage Door Theatre Players, August 2, [ca. 1972]
18; 8 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Stage Door Theatre Players including a male quartet standing by the Stage Door Theatre sign. Assumed commissioner is Stage Door Theatre Players.
Location: 0190.02.01.0602.01-.18
Grimble and Associates – Road Construction, November 1972
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Road construction showing equipment working. Assumed commissioner is Grimble and Associates.
Location: 0190.02.01.0603.01-.03
Boys’ Choir, May 28, 1972
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Boys’ Choir showing the entire choir and presentations of awards. Assumed commissioner is St, Paul’s United Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0604.01-.05
College Community Band, June 19, 1972
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Grande Prairie College Community Band. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie College Community Band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0605.01
Grande Prairie Community Band and Chorus, November 1972
4 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Grande Prairie Community Band and Chorus led by Gerald Nelson. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Community Band and Chorus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0606.01-.04
Canadian Coachways Bus Depot, March 27, 1972
2 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Canadian Coachways Bus Depot – interior and exterior. Assumed commissioner is Owen McGuire.
Location: 0190.02.01.0607.01-.02
Acklands Building, August 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Acklands new building, showing exterior. Assumed commissioner is Acklands.
Location: 0190.02.01.0608.01
R. Angus Alberta Ltd., March 8, 1972
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Earth movers for Dakota Contractors. Assumed commissioner is Dakota Contractors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0609.01-.02
Panda Camera, March 8, 1973
3; 2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm; 3 x 5
A fisheye view of the outside of the shop and one shot of the inside with customer and salesclerk. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0610.01-.03
North Canadian Forest Industries’ Staff’ Staff, December 1972
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
North Canadian Forest Industries’ Staff. Assumed commissioner is North Canadian Forest Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0611.01-.02
Martin Biegel – Richmond Realty, [ca. 1972]
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Martin Biegel – Richmond Realty. Assumed commissioner is Richmond Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0612.01
York Imperial Fastball Club, November 15, 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
York Imperial Fastball Club group photo. Members include Pat Gouchie, Terry Gorman, and Joe Quinn. Assumed commissioner is York Imperial Fastball Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0613.01
Miss Western Mack Candidates, October 1973
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
“Miss Western Mack” contestants are introduced and a bulldog puppy is presented in honour of the opening of the new Grande Prairie branch. Assumed commissioner is Western Mack.
Location: 0190.02.01.0614.01-.06
Figure Skating Club, “It’s a Small World”, 1973
9 photographs; b & w; 3 x 5
Figure Skating Club presentation of “It’s a Small World”. Assumed commissioner is Figure Skating Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0615.01-.09
Sweet Sixteen Store, November 1973
3; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4.5 x 4.5
Interiors of the Sweet Sixteen store and a negative of the front exterior of the building. Assumed commissioner is Sweet Sixteen Store.
Location: 0190.02.01.0616.01-.03
Sexsmith High School Graduation, May 26, 1972
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Formal photos of groups of grads, a family, couples at Sexsmith High School graduation, 1972. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0617.01-.16
Shriners Parade, October 20, 1973
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Shriners parade down main street (100 Ave. ) Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Shriners Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0618.01-.12
Sexsmith Graduation, May 11, 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Sexsmith Graduation group photo, with theme, “Friends I Will Remember You”. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0619.01
United Grain Growers, September 1973
1 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
United Grain Growers elevator in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is United Grain Growers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0620.01-.03
UFA Co-op, November 6, 1973
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
UFA Co-op get together and presentation of an award. Assumed commissioner is UFA Co-op.
Location: 0190.02.01.0621.01-.02
Tastee-Freez, April 4, 1972
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Tastee-Freez soft ice cream machine. Assumed commissioner is Tastee-Freez.
Location: 0190.02.01.0622.01-.02
Tissington Farm aerial, 1972
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Tissington farm aerials. Assumed commissioner is the Tissington family.
Location: 0190.02.01.0623.01-.02
Tartan Motel, March 18, 1972
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Tartan Motel, newly built. Assumed commissioner is Tartan Motel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0624.01-.04
Sexsmith Queen of Hearts Ball, February 25, 1972
15 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sexsmith Queen of Hearts Ball showing the crowning of the queen and the other contestants and guests. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0625.01-.15
Sexsmith Graduation, May 28, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Group photo of the Sexsmith High School graduating class. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0626.01
Steel Industries Sled, December 6, 1972
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Steel Industries sled. Assumed commissioner is Steel Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0627.01
South Peace Orchestra and Choir, 1972
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
South Peace Orchestra, Band and Choir. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Orchestra, Band and Choir.
Location: 0190.02.01.0628.01-.03
St. Joseph Fashion Show, February 23, 1972
25; 9 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
St. Joseph Fashion Show showing male and female formal and sports wear and a group photo of the models. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0629.01-.25
Stereo Hut, January 28, 1972
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 3
Stereo Hut interior. Assumed commissioner is Gary Strepaniuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0630.01-.04
Sexsmith Graduation Dance, 1972
9 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Sexsmith Graduation Dance showing their grand march, dancing, couples and groups. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0631.01-.09
Swan City Skaters, February 1973
52 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Swan City Skaters performing in groups and in costumes. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Skaters.
Location: 0190.02.01.0632.01-.52
E. H. Logan, [ca. 1973]
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 4 x 5; 3 x 5
E. H. Logan, lawyer. Assumed commissioner is E. H. Logan.
Location: 0190.02.01.0633.01
E. H. Logan, July 1972
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
E. H. Logan, lawyer. Assumed commissioner is E. H. Logan.
Location: 0190.02.01.0634.01
Rimrock Homes, 1972
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Photographs of Patterson sub-division taken in October 1972. Photographs were commissioned by Paul Evaskevich for Rimrock Homes. File retrieved from the archives by Paul Evaskevich in May 2007. Four negatives retained in the archives for the collection.
Location: 0190.02.01.0635.01-.04
Horne & Pitfield – Red Rooster, May or June 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Red Rooster Store on 108 Av. 95 St. owned by George Shields. Assumed commissioner is Horne & Pitfield.
Location: 0190.02.01.0636.01
Horne & Pitfield – Red Rooster, 1972
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Red Rooster Store on 108 Av. 95 St. owned by George Shields. Assumed commissioner is Horne & Pitfield.
Location: 0190.02.01.0636.02-.03
VACANT,
; ;
Location: 0190.02.01.0637
Grande Prairie Junior College, 1971-1972
361 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Grande Prairie Junior College individual portraits of staff and students, 1971-1972. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0638.01-.361
John T. Hepburn Ltd., December 12, 1973
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
John T. Hepburn Ltd. designed hoists as seen here at the Procter and Gamble Mill for lifting and stacking plywood. Assumed commissioner is John T. Hepburn Ltd., Toronto, Ontario.
Location: 0190.02.01.0639.01-.04
CFGP, June 7, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
CFGP photograph of a group of 6 men, one seated. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0640.01
Dan Cristall, Grande Prairie College, February 25, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Dan Cristall, Grande Prairie College instructor, with his engineering students and Dean in the college physics lab. Assumed commissioner is Dan Cristall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0641.01
Alberta Resources Railroad Bridge, November 28, 1972
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Alberta Resources Railway bridge on the Wapiti River, showing flood damage. Possible commissioner is Alberta Resources Railway, or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0642.01-.04
CANFOR Safety Banquet, December 1972
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
A CANFOR banquet to celebrate 1500 accident free days in the Plywood Division. The photographs show a group seated for a meal and then grouped for a photo. Assumed commissioner is CANFOR.
Location: 0190.02.01.0643.01-.02
Community Chorus & Orchestra, May 26, 1972
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Community Chorus and Orchestra under the sirection of Gerald Nelson. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Community Chorus and Orchestra.
Location: 0190.02.01.0644.01-.02
Bantam Hockey Team, June 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Bantam Hockey Team, Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Bantam Hockey Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0645.01
Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation, May 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation group photograph. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0646.01
Panda Camera Shop Interiors, February 1972
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Panda Camera Shop interior shots. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0647.01-.16
Royal Purple 25th Anniversary, 1972
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
25th Anniversary celebration of the Grande Prairie Royal Purple showing different groupings of the members. Assumed commissioner is Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0648.01-.12
P & G Aerials, October 1972
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerials of the Procter and Gamble Mill. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0649.01-.02
North Canadian Forest Industries, June 16, 1972
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 5
North Canadian Forest Industries 1000 Days of Safety for the Lumber Division. Assumed commissioner is North Canadian Forest Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.0650.01
Ira McLaughlin & Family, November 4, 1972
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Ira & Nellie McLaughlin’s 60th Anniversary celebrated with family. Assumed commissioner is Ira and Nellie McLaughlin.
Location: 0190.02.01.0651.01-.02
Montrose Junior High (Basketball), April 1972
4; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 2 x 3
Montrose Junior High girls’ basketball team, the “Chinooks”. Assumed commissioner is Montrose Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0652.01-.04
Composite High School Tribes for Yearbook, March 23, 1972
11; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Composite High School Tribes for Yearbook. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0653.01-.11
Elks and Royal Purple, May or June 1972
41; 4 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Elks and Royal Purple installation ceremony, group photographs, couples, and their own entertainment. Photographs taken May 11, 1972 or June 15, 1972. Assumed commissioner is Elks and Royal Purple.
Location: 0190.02.01.0654.01-.41
Procter and Gamble, August 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerial of an airplane flying over Procter and Gamble Pulp Mill. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0655.01
Rimrock Homes, January 1973
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
New homes being built by Rimrock Homes. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Homes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0656.01-.04
Dika Construction, January 1972
7; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Dika Construction equipment invented for logging operations. Assumed commissioner is Dika Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0657.01-.07
E. H. Logan, July 13, 1972
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
E. H. Logan, lawyer. Assumed commissioner is E. H. Logan.
Location: 0190.02.01.0658.01
VACANT,
; ;
Location: 0190.02.01.0659
VACANT,
; ;
Location: 0190.02.01.0660
Procter & Gamble Aerial, [ca. 1972]
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Aerial of the Procter and Gamble Pulp Mill. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0661.01-.02
Pioneer Museum’s White Moose, July 1973
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie’s Pioneer Museum’s White Moose. Assumed commissioner is the Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum.
Location: 0190.02.01.0662.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, April 28, 1972
6 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation – speakers. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0663.01-.06
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1972
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation – shaking hands, dancing, couples posing for photos. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0663.07-.18
Smoky-Wapiti River Flood, June 1972
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Smoky-Wapiti River Flood. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0664.01-.06
Campbell Sharp Nash & Field, June 15, 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Campbell Sharp Nash & Field accountants seated around a table. Assumed commissioner is Campbell, Sharp, Nash & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0665.01
L. Adam Ranch Aerials, August 18, 1974
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Lyle Adam Ranch aerial photographs. Assumed commissioner is Lyle Adam.
Location: 0190.02.01.0666.01-.03
R. Angus – BBQ, June 17, 1976
7 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
R. Angus – BBQ. Assumed commissioner is R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0667.01-.07
R. Angus Equipment at Work, 1976
12; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
R. Angus caterpillar equipment at work on various dates throughout 1976. Images .08 and .09 were taken July 3, image .10 was taken July 14, image .11 was taken August 14, image .12 was taken August 28, image .13 was taken September 23, images .14 to .17 were taken October 9, and images .18 and .19 were taken February 13. Assumed commissioner is R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0667.08-.19
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, February 1976
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority dance showing couples and groups posing for photos. Assumed commissioner is Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
Location: 0190.02.01.0668.01-.06
CANFOR Building Materials, June 24, 1976
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Canfor’s new building on Wapiti Road for building materials. Photographs commissioned by Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0669.01-.03
Federal Business Development Bank, July 20, 1976
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Federal Business Development Bank located in the Peace Building. Assumed commissioner is Federal Business Development Bank.
Location: 0190.02.01.0670.01
Swan City Figure Skaters – Carnival, February 1976
55 ; 23 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Swan City Figure Skaters assembled in performing groups and as single performers taking part in the year end carnival. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Figure Skaters.
Location: 0190.02.01.0671.01-.55
Grande Prairie Composite High Stage Band, May 1976
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Mike Townsend with the Grande Prairie Composite High Stage Band. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0672.01-.02
Grande Prairie Regional College, June 1976
5; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College aerials and interior shot of the theatre. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regiona College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0673.01-.05
Grande Prairie Shriners, September 4, 1976
3; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
The Grande Prairie Shriners in a group photo and then in a parade on horseback. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Shrine Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0674.01-.03
Gravdel, October 13, 1976
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Publicity photo of the interior of an office with two people posing for the camera. Original envelope labelled “Gravdel.” Assumed commissioner is Gravedel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0675.01
Harmony Music Bar, [ca. 1976]
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Harmony Music Bar, inside views of the store showing product and salespeople. Assumed commissioner is Harmony Music Bar.
Location: 0190.02.01.0676.01-.02
Grande Prairie Mites Hockey Team, [ca. 1976]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Mites Hockey Team with coach John Boyle. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Mites Hockey Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0677.01
Fred Mason, UFA, January 1976
2 slides; colour; 2 x 2
Fred Mason standing by the UFA fuel tanks, and loading his fuel truck. Assumed commissioner is Fred Mason, UFA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0678.01-.02
Mattheis Engineering Ltd., July 9, 1976
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Mattheis Engineering Ltd. Aerial photograph. Assumed commissioner is Mattheis Engineering Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0679.01
New Home Certification Program, February 21, 1976
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
New Home Certification Program meeting. Assumed commissioner is New House Certification Program.
Location: 0190.02.01.0680.01-.08
New Home Certification Program, 1976
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
New Home Certification Program showing representatives and new home owners standing by the front door of a new home. Assumed commissioner is New House Certification Program.
Location: 0190.02.01.0680.09-.10
Trade Fair, January 31, 1976
17; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Views of a trade fair showing booths for Sylvania, Instrument Services Laboratories Ltd., Lampland, General Electric, Noramco Industries Ltd., Appleton, Gescan, Federal Pioneer, Ramset Ltd., Skil Power Tools, Har-Way, Electrical Contractors Association Alberta North West Chapter, Canadian Controllers Ltd., Westinghouse, and Simplex. The original envelope was titled “Northwest – Publicity”. Images appear to be a trade fair related to power suppliers so may be commissioned by Northwestern Utlilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.0681.01-.17
O’Brien Building, 1976
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Construction of the O’Brien Building. Photographs commissioned by Bill Bowes and taken on various dates throughout 1976. Images .02 and .03 taken August 12, image .04 taken August 30, image .05 taken September 10, image .06 taken December 15.
Location: 0190.02.01.0682.01-.06
Panda Camera Store Interior, March 19, 1976
6; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.
Panda Camera Store Interior showing displays, store windows, Pentax camera. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0683.01-.06
Panda Camera House of Portraits Location, 1976
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Panda Camera’s House of Portraits location, originally the Jack Crummy home. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0683.07-.09
Dr. Richard Paziuk, 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Studio photo of Dr. Richard Paziuk, Optometrist, and family. Assumed commissioner is Dr. Richard Paziuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0684.01
Judy Podruzny, August 5, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Judy Podruzny, Queen of the Furrow 1974, at the Wanham Ploughing Match. Original envelope indicates that this was a complimentary portrait, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0685.01
Rimrock Show Home, June 28, 1976
12 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Photographs of Rimrock Show Home in Grande Prairie on June 28, 1976. Photographs were commissioned by Paul Evaskevich.
Location: 0190.02.01.0686.01-.12
Rosencrantz and Gildenstern, November 1976
44;13 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Play produced by the Grande Prairie Little Theatre, “Rosencrantz and Gildenstern”. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre.
Location: 0190.02.01.0687.01-.44
Sexsmith Generals Hockey Team, March 26, 1975
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Sexsmith Generals Hockey Team. Assumed commissioner is Sexsmith Generals Hockey Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0688.01
Sexsmith High School Graduating Class, May or June 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Group photo of Sexsmith Graduating Class, “Forever Young”. Assumed commssioner is Sexsmith High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0689.01
Sexsmith Grad, 1976
23 ; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 ; 3 x 5 ; 4 x 5
Sexsmith Grad Class group photographs, presentations to individuals, musicians, speakers, and couples and group photos. Various photographs were ordered by individual students, assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0690.01-.23
Town Centre Mall Fashion Show, October 1976
36 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Town Centre Mall Fashion Show in 1976, with models of all ages and “Hey Pretty Girl” store sign showing in the background. Assumed commissioner is Town Centre Mall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0691.01-.36
Town of Wembley Aerials, July 9, 1976
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of the town of Wembley. Assumed commissioner is Town of Wembley.
Location: 0190.02.01.0692.01-.02
Western Mack Trucks, November 2, 1976
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Western Mack Trucks showing their shop with a service truck in front. Assumed commissioner is Western Mack Trucks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0693.01
Northway Motor Inn, November 1976
2 slides; colour; 2 x 2
Northway Motor Inn, showing the sign and vehicle entrance. Assumed commissioner is Northway Motor Inn. Contact listed on original envelope is Ernie Daum (Stockade Motel).
Location: 0190.02.01.0694.01-.02
Parade Pix 1976 Christmas, December 4, 1976
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Santa Claus Parade 1976 featuring a marching band, clowns, a number of floats including the Grande Prairie Retail Merchants float bringing in Santa Claus. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0695.01-.14
R. Angus – Cat, Ron Smith – Publicity, 1976-1977
9; 6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
R. Angus Alberta Ltd. shop showing caterpillars and loaders, and a publicity photo of Ron Smith, manager. The images were taken on various dates throughout 1976 and 1977. Image .01 was taken December 31, 1976, images .02 and .03 were taken January 18, 1977, image .04 (of Ron Smith) was taken February 8, image .05 was taken February 25, image .06 was taken March 15, image .07 was taken May 7, and images .08 and .09 were taken June 1. Photographs commissioned by R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0696.01-.09
Hosford, Impey, Welter Limited, December 14, 1976
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Building of Hosford, Impey, Welter Limited, surveyors. Assumed commissioner is Hosford, Impey, Welter Limited.
Location: 0190.02.01.0697.01
House of Portraits in Winter, December 30, 1976
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Winter scenes near Panda Camera’s House of Portraits. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0698.01-.03
Ferguson Supply Ltd. (L. I. Adam), 1977
13; 12 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Ferguson Supply Ltd. (L. I. Adam), showing equipment and operators, trucks and drivers and their shop. Images .01 to .12 were taken January 27, 1977 and image .13 was taken May 10, 1977. Photographs commissioned by Ferguson Supply Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0699.01-.13
Pardee Equipment Ltd., February 4, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Pardee Equipment Ltd. building, showing the John Deere symbol. Photographs commissioned by Pardee Equipment Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0700.01
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Tribal Princess Contest, February 4, 1977
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School – a view of the side of the school and portraits of 6 students entering the tribal princesses competition. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School Tribal Council.
Location: 0190.02.01.0701.01-.01-.07
Grande Prairie Skating Competition, February 6, 1977
23; 21 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Skating Competition, awards presentations. Contact given on original envelope is Donna Goller. Various photographs were ordered by individual participants, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0702.01-.23
Grande Prairie Regional College, February 10, 1977
5 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College, interior and exterior. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0703.01-.05
Midwest Appliances General Electric, March 10 or 11, 1977
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Dealer Achievement Award presented by General Electric representative to Don Wigelsworth, Midwest Appliances. Also photos of family and staff. Photographs commissioned by Midwest Appliances General Electric.
Location: 0190.02.01.0704.01-.04
Grande Prairie Skating Club, February 15, 1977
90; 42 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Skating Club Carnival with groups, couples and singles, all in costume, posing for the camera. Various photographs ordered by individuals, therefore asssume uncommissioned work. However, mention is also made in the original paperwork of some of the photographs being for publication. It is possible that the photographs were commissioned by the Grande Prairie Skating Club. The group contact listed on original envelope is Archie Thibert.
Location: 0190.02.01.0705.01-.90
Vulcan Machinery and Equipment Ltd., March 24, 1977
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Jim Wilson with Vulcan Machinery and Equipment Ltd. Photographs commissioned by Vulcan Machinery and Equipment Ltd., contact Jim Wilson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0706.01
Hythe Regional Jr. High, March 1977
1; 3 negative; photographs; colour; 4 x 5; 3.5 x 4
Copywork of Hythe Regional Junior High School composite photos of individual portraits, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76. Assumed commissioner is Hythe Regional Junior High School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0707.01-.03
Neil Unruh, Horizon House Publishers, April 5, 1977
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Photos of 11 titles on book covers. Assumed commissioner is Horizon House Publishers, contact Neil Unruh.
Location: 0190.02.01.0708.01-.11
Alberta Motor Association, April 18, 1977
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Alberta Motor Association getting a sign erected next to their new building. Photographs commissioned by the Alberta Motor Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0709.01-.02
Exquisite Furniture & Upholstery Manufacturers Ltd., April 26, 1977
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Exquisite Furniture & Upholstery Manufacturers Ltd. showing cusions, hassocks, bean bag chairs and a lounge. Photographs commissioned by Exquisite Furniture & Unholstery Manufacturers Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0710.01-.07
Procter and Gamble Truck, April 26, 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4.5 x 4.5
Procter and Gamble seedling transport truck with message “Seedlings in transport – A forest for the future”. Photographs commissioned by Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0711.01
L. I. Adam Contractors – Mobile Crane, April 29, 1977
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
L. I. Adam Contractors Mobile Crane service putting in a bridge behind R. Angus. Photographs commissioned by L. I. Adam Contractors. Original envelope gives Bryan Ballance as contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0712.01-.03
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, April 29, 1977
20; 10 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation showing presentation of certificates to graduating students. Various photographs bought by individual students, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0713.01-.20
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1977
6 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation showing presentation of certificates to graduating students, and awards. Margaret Durnin and Jane Van Polen receive Order of Merit awards. Also photos of couples and family groups. Various photographs bought by individual students, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0713.21-.26
Williams Machinery, May 15, 1977
3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Williams Machinery showing Scott MacDonald with a Timberjack 450 loader. Photographs commissioned by Western Construction Industries Magazine, contact is Terry Hamilton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0714.01-.03
Fish and Wildlife Warehouse, May 31 and July 5, 1977
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
McLean-Young Construction building the Fish and Wildlife warehouse. Photographs commissioned by McLean-Young Construction, contacts Ron Mickle and Paul Hanson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0715.01-.04
Wapiti Gravel Supplier, June 7, 1977
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 4.5
Wapiti Gravel Supplier, equipment photos. Photographs commissioned by Lewis & Wright Insurance.
Location: 0190.02.01.0716.01-.04
GMAC Dinner Awards, June 15, 1977
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
GMAC Dinner Awards. Photographs commissioned by GMAC, contact is Al Ennis.
Location: 0190.02.01.0717.01-.02
Grande Prairie City (Aerials), July 28, 1977
12; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of the city of Grande Prairie: airport, west end, north end, industrial park, down town. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0718.01-.12
R. Angus Alberta Limited D6C Caterpillar, June 15, 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
R. Angus Alberta Limited -D6C Crawler caterpillar. Photographs commissioned by R. Angus. Harrington Construction is also mentioned.
Location: 0190.02.01.0719.01
R. Angus Alberta Limited D6D Caterpillar, July 23, 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
R. Angus Alberta Limited D6D Caterpillar. Photograph commissioned by R. Angus, contact is Ray D’Aoust.
Location: 0190.02.01.0720.01
Grande Prairie Auction Mart – Aerial, August 3, 1977
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Aerial photo of the Grande Prairie Auction Mart. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Auction Mart, contact is Dennis Tink.
Location: 0190.02.01.0721.01
Grande Prairie City Aerials, 1975, 1977
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie City aerial photographs showing part of the runway at the Grande Prairie Airport, the By-pass from the northwest, Prairie Mall looking southwest, and looking west down Richmond Avenue (all taken August 3, 1977), and Bear Creek Park (taken October 1975). Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0722.01-.04
Fred Tissington’s Riding Stable and Home, August 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Aerial of Fred Tissington’s riding stable and home. Photographs commissioned by Fred Tissington.
Location: 0190.02.01.0723.01
Atlas Products Building and Staff, August 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Atlas Products building showing exterior nd staff gathered in front- Photographs commissioned by Atlas Products, contact Gordon Newell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0724.01
Adam’s Eves Ball Team, August 30, 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Group photo of Adam’s Eves Ball Team and coaches. Photograph commissioned by Adam’s Eves Ball Team, contact given as Brenda Chugg.
Location: 0190.02.01.0725.01
R. Angus D988, September 6, 1977
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
D988 Wheel Loader Caterpillar, including one image of cab interior. Photograph commissioned by R. Angus.
Location: 0190.02.01.0726.01-.03
Davcon Limited – P & G, September 1977
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Davcon Limited showing staff at the Procter and Gamble Mill. Photograph commissioned by Davcon Ltd., contact given is Ken Parsons.
Location: 0190.02.01.0727.01
Western Mack Trucks building, September 1977
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Western Mack Trucks showing exterior of their building and two of their trucks. Photographs commissioned by Western Mack.
Location: 0190.02.01.0728.01-.02
St. Joseph Parish Rectory, September 1977
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
St. Joseph Parish Rectory, showing a crowd in the courtyard and the bell tower. Perhaps the celebration of the completion of the rectory? Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0729.01-.04
Al Romanchuk, Mayor, September 20, 1977
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Al Romanchuk, Mayor of Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Al Romanchuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0730.01-.02
Beryl Hastings, [ca. 1977]
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Beryl Hastings, Grande Prairie Regional College, a portrait and 2 images talking to students. Photographs commissioned by Beryl Hastings.
Location: 0190.02.01.0731.01-.03
Alberta Motor Association, September 28, 1977
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Alberta Motor Association, Travel Agency Ltd. interior and exterior of office. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Motor Association, contact is Don Spice.
Location: 0190.02.01.0732.01-.02
Aerial of Finch Farm, July 28, 1977
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of Finch farm commissioned by Jack Alloway.
Location: 0190.02.01.0733.01
Michelle Jones CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Michelle Jones. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.01
Dave Lelek CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Dave Lelek. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.02
Nicole Backus CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Nicole Backus. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.03
Sharon Quinn CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Sharon Quinn. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.04
Ray Lawley CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Ray Lawley. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.05
Gordon Sharp CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Gordon Sharp. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.06
Ken Truhen CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Ken Truhen. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.07
Kitte Hardenbrook CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member,Kitte Hardenbrook. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.08
Sandi Meikle CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Sandi Meikle. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.09
Sig Reuter CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Sig Reuter. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.10
Jim Sims CFGP, October 7, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Jim Sims. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.11
Jack Soars CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Jack Soars. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.12
Darline Everett CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Darline Everett. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.13
Kim Quinn CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Kim Quinn. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.14
Fran Tanner CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Kim Quinn. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.15
Wally Everett CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member,Wally Everett. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.16
Don Lindsay CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Don Lindsay. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.17
Darrell Olson CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Darrell Olson. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.18
Linda Boyle CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Linda Boyle. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.19
David Mochan CFGP, October 11, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, David Mochan. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.20
Mark Walton CFGP, October 26, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
CFGP Radio Station staff member, Mark Walton. Photograph commissioned by CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.0734.21
Lynn Holroyd, December 2, 1977
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Lynn Holroyd of Holroyd Drugs. Photograph commissioned by Lynn Holroyd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0735.01
Al Romanchuk, Mayor, February 21, 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Al Romanchuk, Mayor of Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Al Romanchuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0736.01
Top Realty Ltd., February 23, 1978
1 negative; photoraph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Top Realty Ltd. building, 10109A 100 Ave., Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Top Realty Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0737.01
Chamber of Commerce, March 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Chamber of Commerce (executive?) Back Row L-R: Fred Tissington, Wayne Anderson, Gordon Pearcy, Don Edgecombe, _____, Jim May, _____. Front Row L-R: Don Lowrey, Karen Fetterly, _______, John Powers, _____, BillFletcher, ____. Assumed commissioner is Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0738.01
Horne & Pitfield, April 12, 1978
2 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Horne & Pitfield building inside. Photographs commissioned by Horne & Pitfield Foods Limited.
Location: 0190.02.01.0739.01-.02
Horne & Pitfield, April 12, 1978
5; 4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Horne & Pitfield building, inside showing rows of shelving and offices, and outside showing entrance and signage. Photographs commissioned by Horne & Pitfield Foods Limited.
Location: 0190.02.01.0739.03-.07
Grande Prairie North Stars Hockey Team, April 3, 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie North Stars Hockey Team. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie North Stars Hockey Team, contact is Ken Head.
Location: 0190.02.01.0740.01
Lynn Holroyd, April 1, 1978
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Lynn Holroyd. Photograph commissioned by Lynn Holroyd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0741.01
Ferguson Supply Ltd., April 13, 1978
11 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Exterior shots of the warehouse, and interior shots of front office, parts and service of Ferguson Supply Ltd. Photographs commissioned by Ferguson Supply Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0742.01-.11
Waterous, G. M. Diesel Limited, May 4, 1978
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Re-powered Massey-Ferguson Tractor. Photographs commissioned by Waterous G. J. Diesel Limited, contact is Marv Roarm.
Location: 0190.02.01.0743.01-.03
Windsor Court – Bill Bowes, May 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Architect’s drawing of what became Windsor Court business office with Bill Bowes, one of the investors. Photographs commissioned by Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0744.01
Composite High School Jazz Band, May 24, 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mike Townsend with the Composite High School Jazz Band. Photograph commissioned by the Grande Prairie Composite High School Jazz Band, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.0745.01
Composite High School Jazz Band, May 24, 1978
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Mike Townsend with the Composite High School Jazz Band. Photograph commissioned by the Grande Prairie Composite High School Jazz Band, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.0745.02
Procter and Gamble Ltd., May 24, 1978
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5
Procter and Gamble Ltd. Coast Soap. Photograph commissioned by Procter and Gamble Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0746.01
Game Country Travel Association, February 17, 1978
11; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Nine members of the Bierwurst Band “die Bier Wurste” led by Mike Townsend entertain the Game Country Travel Association members. Assumed commissioner is Game Country Travel Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0747.01-.11
Horne & Pitfield Grand Opening, June 1, 1978
13; 7 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Horne & Pitfield Grand Opening showing office area, stock rooms including a large display of Spartan apples, exterior of building showing signage and parking lot, an employee wearing a “Welcome” sash, a large crowd mingling, speakers on a stage and the ribbon cutting. Photographs commissioned by Horne & Pitfield Foods Ltd., contact is Darryl Smith, Edmonton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0748.01-.13
Windsor Court Progress File, 1978
14 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5 & 5 x 5
Windsor Court Progress File showing the tearing down of Windsor Motors on the corner of 100 Ave. and 99 St. and the stages of building Windsor Court on the corner of 101 Ave. and 99 St. Students are seen painting scenes on the fence panels that face the street and a sign lists the 42,000 sq. foot project as managed by Carrington-O’Brien, and architects Field and Field. Several aerials give a view of the downtown core including the Co-op, the Swan Motel, Presbyterian Church, Courthouse, Granco Real Estate, and County office. Photographs commissioned by Carrington O’Brien.
Location: 0190.02.01.0749.01-.14
Spot Realty & Lloyd Friedel, June 1978
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Lloyd Friedel, Spot Realty, showing the Trapanier property. Photographs commissioned by Spot Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0750.01-.06
Wapiti Shooters Club Trap Shooting, June 1978
6; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Wapiti Shooters Club Trap Shooting. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0751.01-.06
Beaverlodge Pioneer Museum Display, June 20, 1978
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Gordon McLaine and an unidentified woman stand by an antique car, a 1929 Graham Paice. No record of assignment fee charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0752.01
Czechoslovian Car Race Tour, June 20, 1978
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Czechoslovian Car Race Tour. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0753.01-.02
Czechoslovian Car Race Tour, June 20, 1978
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Czechoslovian Car Race Tour. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0753.03–04
Granco Real Estate, June 1978
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Photographs of Dave Schores houses (8605 102 street) taken for Granco Real Estate in June 1978. Photographs were commissioned by Granco Real Estate. File retrieved from the archives by Paul Evaskevich in May 2007. Three coloured negatives retained in the archives for the collection.
Location: 0190.02.01.0754.01-.03
Granco Real Estate, June 1978
10 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Photographs of Dave Schores houses (8605 102 street) taken for Granco Real Estate in June 1978, showing inside and outside views. Photographs were commissioned by Granco Real Estate. File retrieved from the archives by Paul Evaskevich in May 2007. Ten b & w negatives retained in the archives for the collection.
Location: 0190.02.01.0754.04-.13
Grande Prairie Polo Club, July 1978
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Polo Club showing the group lined up and then involved in the sport. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0755.01-.03
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Location: 0190.02.01.0756
Roblyns Travel Agency, August 1, 1978
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Roblyns Travel Agency showing the interior office space and the street view with the signage. Photographs commissioned by Roblyns Travel Agency.
Location: 0190.02.01.0757.01-.02
Modern Decore Centre, September 21, 1978
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Modern Decore Centre showing displays of paints, carpets cupboards, draperies, and carpet cleaner and the outside view of the building. Photographs commissioned by Modern Decore Centre.
Location: 0190.02.01.0758.01-.07
Canfor Log Fire, October 1978
5; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5 & 4.5 x 5
Canfor Log Fire showing helicopters dumping water on log piles and the flames, and the smoke and flames seen from Bear Creek. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0759.01-.05
Gordon Moon, November 17, 1978
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Portrait of Gordon Moon, Spot Realty. Assumed commissioner is Spot Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0760.01
Dennis Wieler & Robert Guest, November 10, 1978
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Dennis Wieler (Political Science) and Robert Guest (Art) representing the Grande Prairie Regional College seen beside small airplane in winter to publicize the portability of college instructors.Commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0761.01
Beattie Contractor, November 28, 1978
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2
Beattie Contractors Ltd. shop, showing a truck loading a caterpillar onto its deck. Photograph commissioned by Beattie Contractors Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0762.01-.02
Robert Guest & Dennis Wieler, December 5, 1978
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Dennis Wieler (Political Science) and Robert Guest (Art) representing the Grande Prairie Regional College seen beside small airplane in winter to publicize the portability of college instructors. Photograph commissioned by Robert Guest.
Location: 0190.02.01.0763.01
Townline Men’s Wear, December 5, 1978
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Townline Men’s Wear store front on 100 Avenue, showing signage and window displays. Photograph commissioned by Townline Men’s Wear, copyright transferred to SPRA.
Location: 0190.02.01.0764.01
Alberta Treasury Branch, 1978-1979
8; 2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Albion Construction building the Alberta Treasury Branch on 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. The photographs were taken on various dates through 1978-1979: images .01-.02 were taken December 21, 1978; images .03-.04 were taken January 21, 1979; images .05-.06 were taken February 21, 1979; and images .07-.08 were taken March 21, 1979. Photographs commissioned by Albion Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0765.01-.08
Alberta Treasury Branch, May 21, 1979
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Albion Construction building the Alberta Treasury Branch on 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by Albion Construction
Location: 0190.02.01.0765.09-.10
Alberta Treasury Branch, May 21, 1979.
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Manager (?) of the new Alberta Treasury Branch on 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Albion Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0765.11
Curry’s Jewellers, January 5, 1979
7 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Curry’s Jewellers on 100 Avenue, showing the staff, displays of crystal, china, jewelry, and jewelry repairs sign. Photographs commissioned by Curry’s Jewellers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0766.01-.07
Bank of Nova Scotia – McKay Realty, February 1, 1979
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Street view of the front of the Bank of Nova Scotia building on 100 Avenue. Assumed commissioner is McKay Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.0767.01
Ladies Provincial Curling Association, February 6, 1979
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Ladies Provincial Curling Association, three group photos of ladies curling team delegates. Doreen McDonnell and Gwen Turner are in the first group and Sister Doris and Perky Mc Cullough are in the second group. Photographs commissioned by the Ladies Provincial Curling Association, contact given as Judy Kozak.
Location: 0190.02.01.0768.01-.03
Dr. Don Wood, February 15, 1979
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Portrait of Dr. Don Wood, Chiropractor. No assignment fee appears to have been charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0769.01
Athletics Hockey Team, February 26, 1979
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Athletics Hockey Team with coach Ken Head. Photographs commissioned by Athletics Hockey Team, contact on original envelope given as Cam Hennig.
Location: 0190.02.01.0770.01
Peerless Welding Supplies Ltd., March 17, 1979
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Peerless Welding Supplies Ltd. showing the interor and exterior of their building and their vehicles. Photographs commissioned by Peerless Welding Supplies Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0771.01-.03
Sterling Contractors Ltd., March 20, 1979
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5
Sterling Contractors Ltd. showing the exterior of the building they share with other companies. Photograph commissioned by Sterling Contractors Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0772.01
Sterling Contractors Ltd., 1979
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Sterling Contractors Ltd. showing the exterior of the building with shop bay doors showing. Photograph commissioned by Sterling Contractors Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0772.02
United Farmers of Alberta, March 27, 1979
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
United Farmers of Alberta (UFA), supplier of fuel, and farm supplies showing fuel trucks, tanks, employees, including Bob with Bob’s Farm service truck. Photographs commissioned by Alice Switzer, Publications Editor, Information Services Division, United Farmers of Alberta (Calgary).
Location: 0190.02.01.0773.01-.06
Marcy’s Flowers, March 29, 1979
4 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Marcy’s Flowers, showing Mary and Ken Marcy in their greenhouse and floral displays in their store. Photographs commissioned by Comcept, a company located in Edmonton; contact given as Richard Todd.
Location: 0190.02.01.0774.01-.04
Rev. Lou Rivers, April 20, 1979
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5
Portrait of Rev. Louis Rivers, pastor of Christ Church Anglican. Photographs commissioned by Christ Church Anglican.
Location: 0190.02.01.0775.01
Park Hotel, April 20, 1979
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Interior of the Park Hotel showing the bar area. Photographs commissioned by the Park Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0776.01-.03
Procter and Gamble Groundbreaking, April 26, 1979
41; 12 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Procter and Gamble groundbreaking for a new sawmill, April 26, 1979. Members of a platform party are assembled and several including Dave Shores, P & G, and Mayor Romanchuk address the crowd. Photos of officials talking in pairs including Dave Shores and Eric Jerrard. A back-hoe is shown digging the ground and banquet photos follow. Photographs commissioned by Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0777.01-.41
Ron Wornstaff, May 5, 1979
3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
AGT retirement party for Ron Wornstaff, cable splicer for Alberta Government Telephones, at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Government Telephones.
Location: 0190.02.01.0778.01-.03
Gordon Newall, Atlas Products, June 28, 1979
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Gordon Newall and staff shown outside the Atlas Products building. In second photo, Gordon, with spade in hand stands next to his wife, Gwen, at a sod-turning. Photographs commissioned by Gordon Newall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0779.01-.02
Imperial Oil Ltd., June 21, 1979
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Three men in Imperial Oil Ltd. Uniforms, Grande Prairie – High Prairie Esso retailers. Commissioned by Imperial Oil Ltd. (Edmonton), contact is D. M. (Don) Steinbach, Automotive Merchandising Assistant.
Location: 0190.02.01.0780.01
Warrington’s Orm and Sylvia Shultz, August 14, 1979
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Warrington’s Jewellers owner Orm Shultz and his wife, Sylvia. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Travel Association (Calgary), contact is Bruce Leteuche.
Location: 0190.02.01.0781.01
Warrington’s Orm and Sylvia Shultz, August 14, 1979
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Warrington’s Jewellers owner Orm Shultz and his wife, Sylvia. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Travel Association (Calgary), contact is Bruce Leteuche.
Location: 0190.02.01.0781.02
Granco Real Estate – Warehouse Building, August 16, 1979
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Industrial warehouse building handled by Granco Real Estate. Photographs commissioned by Granco Real Estate, contact is Bill Grey.
Location: 0190.02.01.0782.01
Ya-shur, October 1, 1979
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4
Male singing duo,Ya-shur (George McConkey and Barry Richardson). Photographs commissioned byGeorge McConkey and Barry Richardson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0783.01
Standard Auto Glass, October 3, 1979
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5
Standard Auto Glass showing the exterior of their building and their business van. Photographs commissioned by Standard Auto Glass.
Location: 0190.02.01.0784.01-.02
Aerials – Pioneer Broadcasting, October 16, 1979
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4.5 x 5
Aerials of Grande Prairie for Pioneer Broadcasting. Economic Development noted on envelope. Assumed commissioner is Pioneer Broadcasting (CJXX).
Location: 0190.02.01.0785.01-.03
Aerials – Grande Prairie Regional College, October 16, 1979
1 photograph; colour; 4.5 x 4.5
Aerials of Grande Prairie Regional College. Assumed commissioner is Pioneer Broadcasting (CJXX).
Location: 0190.02.01.0785.04
Grande Prairie City Majorettes, September 1979
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie City Marching Band Majorettes at the airport grouped in front of the airplane. No record of sitting fee charged or paid, although subsequent orders made. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie City Marching Band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0786.01
Grande Prairie City Marching Band, September 1979
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie City Marching Band at the airport grouped in front of the airplane and a hot air balloon. No record of sitting fee charged or paid, although subsequent orders made. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie City Marching Band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0786.02
St. Joseph Cursillo, October 1979
1 negative; photograph; b& w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
St. Joseph Cursillo – group photo of participants in a short, intensive course in spiritual leadership. No record of fee charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0787.01
Bank of Commerce Women’s Ball Team, October 25, 1979
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Group photo of the Bank of Commerce Women’s Ball Team. Photographs commissioned by Bank of Commerce Ball Team.
Location: 0190.02.01.0788.01
UFA Delegates Meeting, November 1, 1979
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
UFA Delegates Meeting. Photographs commissioned by United Farmers of Alberta (Calgary), contact is Alice Switzer.
Location: 0190.02.01.0789.01
Hilda Penner – Accident Scene, November 10, 1979
6 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Accident scene showing a railroad crossing from various angles. Photographs commissioned by Hilda Penner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0790.01-.06
North Canadian White Trucking, November 17, 1979
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
North Canadian White Truck Sales Ltd. warehouse and future home of White and Freightliner truck sales. Four men are featured in the photos. Photographs commissioned by North Canadian White Truck Sales Limited, contact given as J. M. (Mike) Grounds, branch manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.0791.01-.12
York Hotel, December 12, 1979
6; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
York Hotel showing the bar, reception area, dining room, and exterior of the building. Photographs commissioned by the York Hotel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0792.01-.06
Panda Camera Staff, December 1979
1 negative; b & w; 3 x 4
A group photo of Panda Camera Staff. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0793.01
Trio Grande Construction, January 30, 1980
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Copy of an architect’s drawing for Trio Grande Construction. Photographs commissioned by Trio Grande Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0794.01
Red Line Power Craft, February 8, 1980
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Red Line Power Craft, manager and dealer for Yamaha bikes, racing team. Photographs commissioned by Red Line Power Craft.
Location: 0190.02.01.0795.01-.02
Red Line Power Craft Staff, February 6, 1980
5 negatives; b & w; 3 x 4
Staff (Jim, Barry, Irwin, Ernst, Rob, and Erin) of Red Line Power Craft, dealer for Yamaha bikes. Photographs commissioned by Red Line Power Craft.
Location: 0190.02.01.0795.03-.07
Senior Men’s Curling Playdowns – Sexsmith, February 15, 1980
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Six teams of the Senior Men’s Curling Playdowns in Sexsmith. Photographs commissioned by the Peace Curling Association, contact is Jack Berg (noted elsewhere in the original envelope as assignment fee being charged to Sexsmith Curling, contact given as West Country Products).
Location: 0190.02.01.0796.01-.06
Kinsmen Club of Grande Prairie, February 23, 1980
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
A celebration of the 60th Anniversary of Kinsmen in Alberta. Kinsmen Club of Grande Prairie Past Presidents. Photograph commissioned by the Kinsmen Club of Grande Prairie, contact given as Rick Campbell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0797.01
Hudson Bay Co., March 8, 1980
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Staff of the Hudson Bay Co., Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by the Hudson Bay Co., contact given as Mr. McCubbin, manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.0798.01
Procter & Gamble Workers, March 1980
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Procter and Gamble Mill showing interior and crew. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0799.01
Students and Staff – Grande Prairie Regional College, April 25, 1980
44 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Students and staff of Grande Prairie Regional College taken in the College foyer. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0800.01-.44
Masciangelo’s City View (1932-33), April 1980
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5
A view of what Grande Prairie downtown looked like in 1932-33 (copy work). Photographs commissioned by Bob Masciangelo.
Location: 0190.02.01.0801.01-.02
J. Ford Advertising – McDonalds, May 3, 1980
13 slides; colour; 35 mm.
Slides taken for McDonalds for advertising including Grande Prairie Regional College inside and out, the Court House, 214 Place, Windsor Court, G.P.’s Trumpeter Swan statue, St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Fire Hall. Photographs commissioned by J. Ford Advertising (Edmonton) presumably on behalf of McDonalds.
Location: 0190.02.01.0802.01-.13
Alexander Forbes School Students, May 2, 1980
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Alexander Forbes School Students. Photograph commissioned by Alexander Forbes School, contact Wes Brooks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0803.01
Alexander Forbes School Students, May 2, 1980
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Alexander Forbes School grade 5 to 9 students. Commissioned by Alexander Forbes School, contact Wes Brooks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0803.02
House of Portraits, May 14, 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3 x 5
House of Portraits, studio of Panda Camera. Note on original envelope indicates that the photos were taken for AGT, but there is no record of a fee charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0804.01
House of Portraits, May 14, 1980
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
House of Portraits, studio of Panda Camera. Note on original envelope indicates that the photos were taken for AGT, but there is no record of a fee charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0804.02
Festival of the Arts, May 14, 1980
4; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 35 mm.
Festival of the Arts participants. Photographs commissioned by Audio Visual Services, Government of Alberta, contact is Photographic Services, Dierdre Swanton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0805.01-.04
Timberjack & Purves Ritchie, May 15, 1980
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Timberjack Logging Equipment & Purves Ritchie offices with staff members standing in front of the building. Photographs commissioned by Purves Ritchie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0806.01-.02
Kinsmen Centre Function, June 17, 1980
32 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
A large Kinsmen Club function which included presentations and a tribute to David Barr. No record of fee charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0807.01-.32
Grande Prairie’s West End Businesses, June 13, 1980
9 slides; colour; 35 mm
Photographs of the airport terminal, welcome to Grande Prairie sign, Imperial Oil and Texaco Plants, Plainsman Motor Inn, Alpine Motel, Golden Inn, John Deere (R. Angus) sign, and 214 Place. Photographs commissioned by Imperial Oil Ltd. (Grande Prairie), contact is Leo Gunia.
Location: 0190.02.01.0808.01-.09
Montrose School Staff, June 28, 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2, 4 x 5
Group photograph of the teachers and administrative staff of Montrose Junior High School in 1980. Photographs commissioned by Montrose School, contact is Kevin Zutter.
Location: 0190.02.01.0809.01
Grande Prairie Hospital & Other Facilities, September 1980
18 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Images inside the Grande Prairie Hospital showing workers including Dr. Jansen and facilities and construction of the new hospital beginning; also images of Grande Prairie Regional College, the swimming pool, 100 Ave., 214 Place, and the Sears building. Assumed commissioner of Hospital photographs is Grande Prairie Hospital, contact is Del Robinson. Other photographs are assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0810.01-.18
Gordon Wilson, September 11, 1980
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Gordon Wilson, for United Way. Assumed commissioner is Gordon Wilson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0811.01
Procter and Gamble Opening, September 1980
26 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Procter and Gamble officials arrival in Time Air’s “Skydash”, their tour of the plant and the speeches and presentaions at the official opening of their pulp mill in Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.0812.01-.26
Sweet Adelines, October 1, 1980
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Sweet Adelines chorus group led by Don Thompson with 24 singers including Clarice Paul, Betty Belford, Joyce Boyce, Charlotte Wood, Evelyn Reimer, Corinne Evaskevich, Laferne Rodacker, and others. Photographs commissioned by the Sweet Adelines, contact is Mrs. Paul.
Location: 0190.02.01.0813.01-.02
Grande Prairie Regional College Yearbook, September 26, 1980
290 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College individual portraits of students and some staff for the 1980 yearbook. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College, contacts are Lance Rancier and Maggie Rachinsky.
Location: 0190.02.01.0814.01-.290
Granco Real Estate, October 3, 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Granco Real Estate office on 101 Ave. Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Homes, contact is Barry Carleton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0815.01
Grande Prairie City Council 1977-1980, October 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie City Council 1977-1980: Back Row: Paul Pivert, Helen Rice, Wally Stokes. Front Row: Dennis Bryan, Hugh Impey, Mayor Al Romanchuk, ?, Oscar Blais. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0816.01
Grande Prairie City Council and City Staff 1977-1980, October 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie City Council and City Staff 1977-1980. Back Row L-R: Ray Coad, Larry Shepherd, Ron ?, Bill Tuttle, ?; Tish Saunders, ?, Pete Eager, Jim Bennett. Front Row: Dennis Bryan, Paul Pivert, Wally Stokes, High Impey, Mayor Al Romanchuk, ?, Helen Rice, Oscar Blais. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0816.02
Rentco Equipment, October 3, 1980
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Rentco Equipment’s new building showing exterior and interior. Photographs commissioned by Rentco Equipment, contact is Art Squires.
Location: 0190.02.01.0817.01-.02
Atlas Products Agency, October 1980
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Atlas Products Agency showing exterior of their building and staff on the steps including Gordon Newall, agent. Assumed commissioner is Gordon Newall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0818.01
Atlas Products Agency, October 1980
9 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Atlas Products Agency showing interior and exterior of their building, sales and office staff, and stock rooms showing products such as fan belts on shelves and a tire room. Assumed commissioner is Gordon Newall.
Location: 0190.02.01.0818.02-.10
Carnochan Trucking, November 7, 1980
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Truck owned by Ron Carnochan of Carnochan Trucking. Photograph commissioned by Ron Carnochan Trucking.
Location: 0190.02.01.0819.01
P & G’s Product, November 1980
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Procter and Gamble show their product – a bundle of Canadian Kraft paper. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble, contact is Jim Waller, unit manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.0820.01-.04
City of Grande Prairie – Downtown Redevelopment, November 1980
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
City of Grande Prairie – Downtown Redevelopment plan. Photographs commisssioned by Stewart Green Properties (Calgary), contact is Skip McDonald or Ray Coad.
Location: 0190.02.01.0821.01-.02
Helen Rice, November 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Helen Rice, city councillor, individual portrait. Assumed commissioner is Helen Rice.
Location: 0190.02.01.0822.01
Peter Lougheed – Kidney Foundation, November 20, 1980
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Peter Lougheed with Tish Saunder of the City of Grande Prairie and a representative of the Kidney Foundation. Assumed commissioner is Kidney Foundation, contact is Herb St. Pierre.
Location: 0190.02.01.0823.01
Bird Construction – Provincial Building and Courthouse, 1980-1982
83; 13 negatives; photographs; b & w; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerial photographs of Bird Construction’s construction of the Provincial Building and Courthouse. Included in photos are Montrose School and the Prairie Art Gallery. Negatives include many fisheye lens photos of exteriors and interiors and colour aerial photographs of the city showing the Kinsmen Center, the hospital complex, apartments on Brear Creek and Avondale School, Grande Prairie Regional College, 214 Place, and 102 Street and Bear Creek park area. The photographs were taken on various occasions throughout 1980 to 1982: image .01 was taken November 25, 1980; images .02-.03 were taken December 10, 1980; images .04-.05 were taken January 10, 1981; images .06-.07 were taken January 25, 1980; images .08-.09 were taken February 10, 1981; images .10-.11 were taken February 25, 1981; images .12-.17 were taken March 20, 1981; images .18-.19 were taken March 25, 1981; images .20-.21 were taken April 10, 1981; images .22-.23 were taken April 25, 1981; images .24-.25 were taken May 10, 1981; images .26-.27 were taken May 31, 1981; images .28-.29 were taken June 10, 1981; images .30-.31 were taken June 25, 1981; images .32-.33 were taken July 10, 1981; images .34-.35 were taken July 31, 1981; images .36-.37 were taken August 13, 1981; images .38-.39 were taken August 25, 1981; images .40-.41 were taken September 10, 1981; images .42-.43 were taken September 25, 1981; images .44-.49 were taken October 1981; images .50-.52 were taken November 5, 1981; images .53-.54 were taken November 25, 1981; images .55-.56 were taken December 10, 1981; images .57-.58 were taken December 25, 1981; images .59-.61 were taken January 10, 1982; images .62-.63 were taken January 25, 1982; images .64-.65 were taken February 10, 1982; images .66-.67 were taken February 25, 1982; images .68-.69 were taken March 10, 1982; images .70-.71 were taken March 25, 1982; images .72-.73 were taken April 10, 1982; images .74-.75 were taken April 25, 1982; images .76-.77 were taken May 10, 1982; images .78-.79 were taken May 25, 1982; images .80-.83 were taken March 20, 1981. Photographs commissioned by Bird Construction Company Limited, contact is Paul A. Charette, Project Manager. Images .76-.79 are assumed uncommissioned work since the original envelope indicates that they were not requested by Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0824.01-.79
Golden Inn, 1981-1981
9 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Images taken of the Golden Inn including the rooms, views of the exterior, lounge, dining room entertainment in the banquet room. The photographs were taken November 25, 1980 and May 21, 1981. Photographs commissioned by Golden Inn, contacts Bill Fletcher and Kenny Wong.
Location: 0190.02.01.0825.01-.09
Grande Prairie Legion Auxiliary, November 25, 1980
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Eighteen members of the Grande Prairie Legion Auxiliary including Helene Stretch, Alvina Grove, Audrey Cook, Grace Thompson, Kaye Heimdal, Beckie –, Laurette –, Phyllis –, Elsie –, Eileen–, Jean D., Jean W., Dolly–, Cathy Golding, Helen –, Bertha –. Assumed commissioner is Legion Auxiliary, contact is Helene Stretch.
Location: 0190.02.01.0826.01
HUDAC, November 1980
7; 3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2
HUDAC (Housing and Development Assoc. of Canada) social gathering including a presentation by Paul Pivert, and others . Contact is Jan Philpy(?). There is no record of a fee being charged or received, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0827.01-.07
Panda Camera House of Portraits, November 29, 1980
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Panda Camera House of Portraits – staff photos. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0828.01-.02
Field, Field & Field, January 1981
20 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Images of architects Field, Field & Field blueprints (copywork). Photographs commissioned by Field, Field & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0829.01-.20
Spice of Life, January 24, 1981
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Spice of Life kitchen shop in the Prairie Mall, Grande Prairie, showing store displays. The photographs were commissioned by Spice of Life, contact is Natalie Kristoff.
Location: 0190.02.01.0830.01-.04
Ed Henneberg, February 4, 1981
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Ed Henneberg, District Deputy for Elks, Sexsmith. Photograph commissioned by Ed Henneberg, presumably on behalf of the Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.0831.01
Computalog Gearhart Ltd., February 13, 1981
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Computalog Gearhart Ltd. building in industrial park. Photographs commissioned by Computalog Gearhart Ltd., contact is Ben Hansen.
Location: 0190.02.01.0832.01
Willy DeWit, April 1981
14; 6 negatives; photographs; b & w; colour; 35mm & 2 x 2; 3 x 5
Willy DeWitt is shown in boxing training stances, and with his training partner and his trainer, Dr. Harry Snatic. Assumed commissioner is Dr. Snatic.
Location: 0190.02.01.0833.01-.14
Co-op Implements, March 1981
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Co-op Implements, 10116-132 Avenue, Grande Prairie, showing exterior and interior. Photographs commissioned by Co-op Implements, contact is Janice Tissington.
Location: 0190.02.01.0834.01-.04
Grande Prairie Motor Inn, March 31, 1981
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Garden Lounge at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Motor Inn.
Location: 0190.02.01.0835.01
Floors with Flair, April 1981
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Floors with Flair truck advertising flooring and serving Edmonton and Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Floors with Flair (Edmonton).
Location: 0190.02.01.0836.01
Acumen Steel – G.P. Airport, March 28, 1981
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
The terminal building at the Grande Prairie Airport. Photograph commissioned by Acumen Steel (Edmonton), contact is Mr. Zmatlo.
Location: 0190.02.01.0837.01
St. Joseph Church, April 1981
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.0838.01-.02
Alexander Forbes School, May 28, 1981
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Alexander Forbes School, students and staff looking down from the roof of the school. Photograph commissioned by Alexander Forbes School, contact is Wes Brooks, Principal
Location: 0190.02.01.0839.01
Joan Pardell, June 1981
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Stompede Sue 1980, Joan Pardell. Original envelope indicates no charge, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0840.01
Charlie Owens, G.P. Real Estate Board, July 23, 1981
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 3
Charlie Owens, Grande Prairie Real Estate Board. Photograph commissioned by the Grande Prairie Real Estate Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.0841.01
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, September 18, 1981
4; 3 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce showing the interior and exterior. Photographs commissioned by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Abe Friesen is contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0842.01-.04
Richmond Realty – Industrial Park, October 1981
2 negatives; colour; b & w; 2 x 2
Aerials of the industrial park area of Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by Richmond Realty, contact is Wes Murphy.
Location: 0190.02.01.0843.01-.02
Salvation Army Captains, [ca. 1981]
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 3
Salvation Army Captains Anderson. Photographs commissioned by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, resumably on behalf of the Salvation Army.
Location: 0190.02.01.0844.01-.02
Oilmen’s Golf Tournament, September 12, 1981
28 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Oilmen’s Golf Tournament. Photographs commissioned by Canadian Hunter, contact is Turk Taylor.
Location: 0190.02.01.0845.01-.28
Canadian Hunter, October 23, 1981
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grand opening of new Canadian Hunter building showing a large group of people watching a ribbon cutting inside a multi-level building. Photographs commissioned by Canadian Hunter, contact is Pat Ingram.
Location: 0190.02.01.0846.01-.04
National Supply Co., [ca. 1981]
3 negatives; photographs; colour; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5 & 3 x 3
Exterior shots of the National Supply Co. building. Photographs commissioned by National Supply Co., contact is Rod McDonald.
Location: 0190.02.01.0847.01-.03
Aerials City Service Centre, [ca. 1981]
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Bird Construction aerials of the City Service Centre. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.0848.01-.02
McKay Realty – Property for Sale, December 1981
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
McKay Realty – Property for Sale – possibly the Plante house. Photographs commissioned by McKay Realty, contact is Harold McKay.
Location: 0190.02.01.0849.01-.04
Peace River Bible Institute, January 12, 1982
5; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3 & 4 x 5
Peace River Bible Institute – 2 groups of students. Photographs commissioned by Peace River Bible Institute, contact is Richard Semini.
Location: 0190.02.01.0850.01-.05
The Oak Tree, February 1982
14; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Exterior and interior of a home showing the work of The Oak Tree in installing oak trim, railings, furniture, ceilings. Assumed commissioner is The Oak Tree, contact is Jeff Wharton.
Location: 0190.02.01.0851.01-.14
Cana Construction – QE II Hospital, 1982-1986
94; 7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5 & 4 x 5
Record of a standing order for Panda Camera to document the progress of the building of the QE II Hospital complex. The photographs were taken on numerous occasions between 1982 and 1986: images .01-.02 were taken February 1982; images .03-.04 were taken March 1982; image .05 were taken April 1982; images .06-.07 were taken May 1982; images .08-.09 were taken June 1982; images .10-.11 were taken August 1982; images .12-.13 were taken September 1982; images .14-.15 were taken October 1982; image .16 was taken November 1982; images .17-.18 were taken December 1982; images .19-.24 were taken January 1983; images .25-.27 were taken February 1983; images .28-.29 were taken March 1983; images .30-.32 were taken April 1983; images .33-.34 were taken May 1983; images .35-.36 were taken June 1983; images .37-.39 were taken July 1983; images .40-.41 were taken August 1983; images .42-.43 were taken September 1983; images .44-.45 were taken October 1983; images .46-.47 were taken November 1983; images .48-.50 were taken December 1983; images .51-.52 were taken January 1984; images .53-.54 were taken February 1984; images .55-.56 were taken March 1984; images .57-.58 were taken April 1984; image .59 was taken October 1984; image .60 was taken November 15, 1984; image .61 was taken November 30, 1984; images .62-.66 were taken January 2, 1985; images .67-.70 were taken January 26, 1985; images .71-.72 were taken February 12, 1985; images .73-.74 were taken February 26, 1985; images .75-.76 were taken March 12, 1985; images .77-.78 were taken April 12, 1985; images .79-.80 were taken May 9, 1985; images .81-.82 were taken June 5, 1985; images .83-.84 were taken July 4, 1985; images .85-.87 were taken September 5, 1985; images .88-.89 were taken September 27, 1985; images .90-.92 were taken November 30, 1985; and images .93-.95 were taken January 3, 1986. Photographs commissioned by Cana Construction Co. Ltd. (Edmonton), contact is L. Friede.
Location: 0190.02.01.0852.01-.94
St. Joseph Church, February 1982
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Photo of wall hanging for behind altar of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, contact is Al Campbell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0853.01-.03
Grande Prairie Composite High School Tribal Council, [ca. 1982]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School Tribal Council. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School, Judy Norman listed as the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0854.01
McDonald’s Cheerleaders, March 20, 1982
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
McDonald’s Cheerleaders. Assumed commissioner is McDonald’s Cheerleaders, Lynette Klein listed as contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0855.01-.03
Catholic School District Board of Trustees, April 26, 1982
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
The Catholic School District Board of Trustees made up of nine members, included Bill Dunne, Agnes Kinderwater and John Croken. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0856.01
Alexander Forbes School, 1982
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Alexander Forbes School student & teacher population taken from the roof of the school. Photograph commissioned by Alexander Forbes School, Clark Hoey and Evelyn Seewalt listed as contacts.
Location: 0190.02.01.0857.01
Windsor Court, [ca. 1982]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Windsor Court building. Assumed commissioner is Bill Bowes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0858.01
Epec Consulting – Fairground Aerials, July 29, 1982
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of the Fairgrounds in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Epec Consulting, contact is Blake Gemmil, manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.0859.01-.02
Provincial Building – Aerials, July 29, 1982
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Aerials of the Provincial Building. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction, Dave Toronchuk named as contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0860.01
Sulpetro Gas Plant, 1982
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Sulpetro Gas Plant photo. Photograph commissioned by Intera Environmental Consultants (Calgary), contact is Bob Dams, as requested by their client, Sulpetro Limited, Canadian Oil and Gas Division (Calgary), contact is G. F. Elliott.
Location: 0190.02.01.0861.01
Dr. Bob Elliott, August 12, 1982
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 4 x 5
Dr. Bob Elliott, Grande Prairie Progressive Conservative MLA. Photograph comissioned by Dr. Bob Elliott.
Location: 0190.02.01.0862.01
Provincial Building and Court House, September 3, 1982
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Provincial Building and Court House, Field, Field & Field architects. Assumed commissioner is Field, Field & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0863.01
Royal Trust Hockey Team, September 1982
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Royal Trust Hockey Team, with Harvey Stewart one of the coaches, in the Recplex lobby. Assumed commissioner is Royal Trust Hockey Team , Harvey Stewart is contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0864.01-.02
Roy Houseworth, October 22, 1982
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Portrait of Roy Houseworth, Social Credit candidate in the provincial election. Photograph commisisoned by Roy Houseworth.
Location: 0190.02.01.0865.01
Beattie Contractors, October 29, 1982
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerial of Beattie Contractors buildings and equipment on the outskirts of Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Beattie Contractors.
Location: 0190.02.01.0866.01
Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce Executive, 1982
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce Executive. Front Row L-R:Karen Fetterly, Gordon Pearcy, Andy Haugen, Don Lowry, ?, ?, Helen Rice. Back Row includes John Powers and Turk Taylor. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0867.01
Grande Prairie Hospital Ken Fox’s Office, November 1982
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
The office of Ken Fox, executive director, Grande Prairie Hospital. Original envelope indicates no charge, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0868.01
Aerials for Stanley Associates Engineering, December 1982
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials taken of the Wapiti River and pulp mill ? Photographs commissioned by Stanley Associates Engineering, contact is W. H. Kiefer.
Location: 0190.02.01.0869.01-.05
Ladies’ Cursillo, Spirit River, [ca. 1982]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ladies Cursillo group (probably Catholic) in Spirit River involved in a spiritual education retreat. Assumed commissioner is Ladies Cursillo, Spirit River, contact is Diane Thew.
Location: 0190.02.01.0870.01
Hockey, Old Timers, February 1983
10; 8 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
A Grande Prairie Old Timers Hockey game and social occasion. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0871.01-.10
Amoco, February 1983
11; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Amoco South Wapiti Gas Plant near Grande Prairie, showing details of plant construction. Photographs commissioned by Amoco.
Location: 0190.02.01.0872.01-.11
Bird Construction – Richmond Square, February 1983
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Alexander Forbes School, and Richmond Square buildings. Assumed commissioner is Bird Construction, contact is Dave McFarlane.
Location: 0190.02.01.0873.01-.03
Mark Vander Hart, March 19, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Individual portrait of Mark Vander Hart, pastor, Christian Reform Church. Photograph commissioned by Mark Vander Hart.
Location: 0190.02.01.0874.01
St. Pat’s Cursillo, April 1983
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Large group of Catholic adults arttending a Cursillo. Assumed commissioner is St. Patrick Cursillo, D. Godin (McLennan) is the contact name.
Location: 0190.02.01.0875.01
Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, April 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce. Back Row includes Gord Graydon, Turk Taylor, Front Row includes Don Lowrey, Gord Pearcy and Karen Fetterly. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce although there is no record of a fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.0876.01
Stompede Sue Contestants, [ca. 1983]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Stompede Sue Contestants, (L-R, top-bottom): Judy LaValley, Tracy Nahlob, Eva Goldman, Lori Murphy, ?, Lana Sutherland, Elaine Dufresne. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Western Shows, contact name is Faye Renwick.
Location: 0190.02.01.0877.01
Grande Prairie Composite High School Student Council, May 13, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School Student Council with teacher. Photo commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Judy Norman.
Location: 0190.02.01.0878.01
Canadian Hunter, May 19, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Canadian Hunter staff. Turk Taylor, district manager, seated second from left in front. Photograph commissioned by Canadian Hunter.
Location: 0190.02.01.0879.01
Alexander Forbes School, June 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Overhead shot of the entire population of Alexander Forbes Elelmentary School, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Alexander Forbes School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0880.01
Myrtle Webb, September 29, 1983
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Myrtle Webb, Order of the Royal Purple, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by O.O.R.P. (Royal Purple).
Location: 0190.02.01.0881.01
Rebecca Schmidt, June 14, 1983
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Rebecca Smith, Order of the Royal Purple, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by O.O.R.P. (Royal Purple).
Location: 0190.02.01.0882.01
Grande Prairie Golf Course, June 1983
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Golf Course. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Golf Course, contact Don McFarlane.
Location: 0190.02.01.0883.01-.04
Society of Management Accountants, July 5, 1983
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Society of Management Accountants. Photographs commissioned by Society of Management Accountants, contact is Joyce Cormack
Location: 0190.02.01.0884.01
Grande Prairie QEII Hospital, July 26, 1983
13 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
QEII Hospital complex exterior and interior including shots of operating theatre, patient’s room, imaging technology, laundry and food services. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital, contact named is Del Robinson, Personnel.
Location: 0190.02.01.0885.01-.13
Grande Prairie Auction Mart, August 23, 1983
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Aerials of Grande Prairie Auction Mart. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Auction Mart, contact is Dennis Tink.
Location: 0190.02.01.0886.01
Terry Lock, August 23, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Terry Lock, lawyer of firm Carter, Lock & Repka, for Central Trust Co. Photograph commissioned by Carter, Lock & Repka.
Location: 0190.02.01.0887.01
Petro Canada South Side Auto – Hot Air Balloon, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Petro Canada South Side Auto – Hot Air Balloon. Assumed commissioner is Petro Canada (Calgary).
Location: 0190.02.01.0888.01
Dome Petroleum Gas Plants, April 3, 1984
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerial views of Dome Petroleum Gas Plants. Photographs commissioned by Dome.
Location: 0190.02.01.0889.01-.06
Aerial of the Town of Hythe, August 23, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerial of the Town of Hythe. No record of fee charge or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0890.01
Andrew Mirlin, Alderman Candidate, September 13, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Andrew Mirlin, Alderman candidate. Photograph commissioned by Andrew Mirlin.
Location: 0190.02.01.0891.01
Grande Prairie Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Project, September 21, 1983
52 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Individual portraits of people involved with the Grande Prairie Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Project. Assumed commissioners is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Ken Fox, executive director.
Location: 0190.02.01.0892.01-.52
Grande Prairie Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Project, September 21, 1983
5 photographs; colour; 4 x 5; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Project showing construction and finished building. Assumed commissioners is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Ken Fox, executive director.
Location: 0190.02.01.0892.53-.57
Dennis Bryan, September 21, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dennis Bryan of Bryan Management Services for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.0893.01
Cursillo Kateri Mission School, [ca. 1983]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Group involved in a Cursillo at Kateri Mission School. Assumed commissioner is Kateri Mission School Cursillo, contact is Denis Jodin (McLennan).
Location: 0190.02.01.0894.01
Star Crest Motel, October 14, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Architectural drawing of a proposed Star Crest Motel. Photograph commissioned by Star Crest Motel, contact is Paul Wilson.
Location: 0190.02.01.0895.01
Mr. Laverne Sorgaard, October 19, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Mr. Laverne Sorgaard, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.0896.01
Mr. A. Patterson, October 21, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Mr. A. Patterson, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.0897.01
Jim Hansen, November 16, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Jim Hansen, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Jim Hansen.
Location: 0190.02.01.0898.01
Elroy Diemert, Alderman Candidate, November 19, 1983
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 3; 3 x 3
Elroy Diemert, Alderman Candidate. Photograph commissioned by Elroy Diemert.
Location: 0190.02.01.0899.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Nurses’ Class, December 2, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College Nurses’ Class. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College Nurses Class.
Location: 0190.02.01.0900.01
Lynn Karr, January 5, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Lynn Karr, QEII Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, although there is no record of a fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.0901.01
Robert Rycroft, January 6, 1984
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Robert Rycroft, QEII Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, although there is no record of a fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.0902.01
Scott Clendening, 1984
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Scott Clendening, paticipant in the fund raiser, Tamarama. In support of Camp Tamarack. Photograph commissioned by Tamarama, Chris Bromley of CFGP is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0903.01
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Presentations, January 19, 1984
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Presentations. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Ken Fox.
Location: 0190.02.01.0904.1-.16
Ed Miller Sales, January 24, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ed Miller Sales office building. Photograph commissioned by Ed Miller Sales.
Location: 0190.02.01.0905.01
Labatts’ Men’s Curling, January 21, 1984
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Labatt’s Men’s Curling. Assumed commissioner is Labatt’s Men’s Curling, contact is Roy Smith. A note on the original envelope refers to the Grande Prairie Booster, contact Brian Wilson, which is an alternate possible commissioner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0906.01-.04
Labatts’ Men’s Curling, January 21, 1984
12 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm; 1 x 2
Labatt’s Men’s Curling. Assumed commissioner is Labatt’s Men’s Curling, contact is Roy Smith. A note on the original envelope refers to the Grande Prairie Booster, contact Brian Wilson, which is an alternate possible commissioner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0906.05-.16
Mr. Nelson Warren, January 24, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Mr. Nelson Warren, Grande Prairie Curling Club. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Curling Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0907.01
Lee Merlo, January 24, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Lee Merlo, Grande Prairie Curling Club. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Curling Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0908.01
Marcel Joberty, January 24, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Marcel Joberty, Grande Prairie Curling Club. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Curling Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0909.01
Jack Clendening and Crew, January 27, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 34 x 5
Richard Paziuk, John Bown, Jack Clendening, ?, Gerry Dobko, and Pinday Syan. Photograph commissioned by Jack Clendening (Civic Tire).
Location: 0190.02.01.0910.01
Field, Field & Field, February 1, 1984
9; 1 negatives; photograph; colour & b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Architectural photograph and blueprints of a model residential building for Field, Field & Field. Possibly Wild Rose seniors complex. Photographs commissioned by Field, Field & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0911.01-.09
Labatts’ Curling, February 8, 1984
12 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35mm; 1 x 2
Labatt’s Curling men’s teams. Photograph commissioned by Labatt’s, contact is Roy Smith.
Location: 0190.02.01.0912.01-.12
Kal Bradford, February 24, 1984
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Portrait of Kal Bradford for the Rotary Club. Photograph commissioned by Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0913.01
Tri-Mac Ltd., March 3, 1984
8; 3 negatives; photographs; b& w; 35 mm; 5 x 7
Tri-Mac Ltd., awards night at the Golden Inn showing presentations to individuals and groups, including Presdent’s Trophy and Gold Watch Awards. Photograph commissioned by Tri-Mac Ltd. (Calgary), contact is Jan Goodwin, local contact is Dick Lutz.
Location: 0190.02.01.0914.01-.08
Jim Hanson Lincoln Mercury, March 8, 1984
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 7
Jim Hanson Lincoln Mercury business on the corner of 101 Avenue and 101 Street. Assumed commissioner is Jim Hanson Lincoln Mercury, although there is no record of a fee being charged or received.
Location: 0190.02.01.0915.01
Proposed Grande Prairie Centre, [ca. 1984]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
An artist’s drawing of a proposed Grande Prairie Centre. Photograph commissioned by Economic Development Office, contact person is Bill Anderson
Location: 0190.02.01.0916.01
Don McFarlane, April 5, 1984
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5
Individual portrait of Don McFarlane, T2 Green Holdings. Photograph commissioned by T2 Green Holdings.
Location: 0190.02.01.0917.01
Grande Prairie Shriners Band, April 19, 1984
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Shriners Pipes and Drum Band including members from the left Gord Graydon, George Simpson, Eric Jerrard, Dr. Utas, Roy Smith and others. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Shriners Band.
Location: 0190.02.01.0918.01-.02
Canadian Propane Inter-City Gas Corp., May 1, 1984
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Canadian Propane Inter-City Gas Corp, 10808-100 St Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Canadian Propane Inter-City Gas Corp, contact is Wayne Leslie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0919.01-.02
Nurses Residence, April 14, 1984
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4.5 x 4.5
Former Nurses Residence along side the new QEII Hospital. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0920.01-.02
C. E. (Clem) Collins, May 18, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Portrait of C. E. Collins, accountant. Photograph commissioned by C. E. Collins Professional Corp.
Location: 0190.02.01.0921.01
Hot Air Balloon Rises Above College, May 18, 1984
1 negative and photograph; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Hot Air Balloon seen behind the Grande Prairie Regional College with students waving from various ledges of the building and the lawn. Photograph commissioned by Martin Weiss Graphics, although the invoice charging for commercial time and a transparency was later cancelled.
Location: 0190.02.01.0922.01
McDonald’s Michael Jackson Contest, May 25, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ronald McDonald Poster, Michael Jackson contest. Phil Buchanan named contact. Original envelope indicates no fee was charged, therefore uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0923.01
Alexander Forbes School, June 14, 1984
1 negative, photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Alexander Forbes School students and staff as photographed from the roof of their school. Photograph commissioned by Alexander Forbes School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0924.01
Randy, Rick, & Lloyd Fischer, June 19, [ca. 1984]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Randy, Rick, & Lloyd Fischer, Great West Life. Photograph commissioned by Great West Life.
Location: 0190.02.01.0925.01
Gordon Graydon, September 20, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Gordon Graydon, executive secretary, Grande Prairie Real Estate Board. Sitting fee not charged, noted as a contribution to Graydon’s campaign.
Location: 0190.02.01.0926.01
John Croken, September 22, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
John Croken, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by John Croken, presumably on behalf of the Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0927.01
Bill Leslie, September 22, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Bill Leslie, Grande Prairie Public School Board trustee. Photograph commissioned by Bill Leslie, presumably on behalf of the Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0928.01
Leo Moisan, September 22, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Leo Moisan, Separate School Board. Photograph commissioned by Leo Moisan, presumably on behalf of the Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0929.01
Brian Harris, September 22, 1983
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 3
Brian Harris, Separate School Board. Photograph commissioned by Brian Harris, presumably on behalf of the Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0930.01
Grande Prairie Sewage Treatment Plant, June 27, 1984
14 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie City Sewage Treatment Plant official opening and tour. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, contact is Greg Wiens.
Location: 0190.02.01.0931.01-.14
Grande Prairie Regional College Residence, June 26, 1984
11 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College Residence, exterior shots and interior views of the units. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College, Peter Vogan is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0932.01-.11
International Harvester, July 5, 1984
1 photograph; colour; 3.5 x 5
International Harvester tractor and seed drill. Photograph commissioned by International Harvester (Illinois), Nolan House is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0933.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1984
27 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduates showing presentation of diplomas, groups of grads, instructors,and a band playing. Not charged, therefore uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0934.01-.27
Grande Prairie Balloon Association, June 29, 1984
22 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Grande Prairie Balloon Association showing the sponsors for the Canadian Hot Air Balloon Championship event held in Grande Prairie.: Prairei Automation, Grande Prairie Little Theatre, Dr. Jack Winters, Spice of Life, Modern Decore, Baaco Pizza, Reed Stenhouse, Shoppers Drug Mart, Prairie Mall, Dale Dennis(Esso), Palm Dairy, Canadian Tire, AMA, Regal Shoes, Menzies Printers, Lilge Hardware, Diamond Caterers, Midwest Home Furnishings, Turner & Sons, Fluidic Power, and Leyman Distributors. The appointment sheet indicates photographs would be taken of 30 pilots and 30 sponsors. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Hot Air Balloon Events Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.0935.01-.22
McDonald’s Restaurant, 1984
9; 7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
McDonald’s Restaurant on 118 Avenue and 100 Street, showing interior. Photographs taken August 10 and November 24, 1984. Photographs commissioned by McDonald’s Restaurant, Ed Turner is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0936.01-.09
Fluidic Power, September 14, 1984
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Fluidic Power equipment. Photographs commissioned by Fluidic Power, contact is Larry Brown.
Location: 0190.02.01.0937.01-.04
Canada Packers, September 18, 1984
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Canada Packers staff member and group of three showing an award presented at Dragon Palace. Photographs commissioned by Canada Packers (Edmonton), Reg MacLeod (Edmonton) and Glenn Vaters are the contacts.
Location: 0190.02.01.0938.01-.02
Robert and Audrey Sweigard, August 8, 1984
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Robert Sweigard of the Social Credit Party and his wife Audrey. Assumed commissioner is Audrey Sweigard.
Location: 0190.02.01.0939.01-.04
Photos of Willie DeWit, September 19, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Photos of Willie DeWit. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is teacher Don Rosichuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.0940.01
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Doctors, September 20, 1984
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Physicians group photos taken at the QEII Hospital. Doctors include Drs. Brown, Case, Matheson, Storcer, Collins, Lewis, Pope, Molnar, Backus, Norris, Murray and others. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Jennie Anderson (Medical Staff Secretary) and Dr. Murray are the contacts.
Location: 0190.02.01.0941.01-.02
Michelle Sutley, September 22, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Michelle Sutley, poster child for Camp Tamarack at the Tamarama fund raiser. Photograph commissioned by Tamarama, contact is Marian McNare. The sitting fee is noted as a donation from Panda Camera, but also appears to have been paid by Tamarama.
Location: 0190.02.01.0942.01
Chamber of Commerce, October 12, 1984
1 negative, photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Group photo of the Chamber of Commerce at Trumpeter Hotel. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0943.01
Catholic Board of Trustees, October 19, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Roman Catholic Separate School District Board of Trustees. Photograph commissioned by Roman Catholic Separate School District, contact is Agnes Kinderwater.
Location: 0190.02.01.0944.01
Gordon Pearcy, October 31, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Gordon Pearcy, Grande Prairie Public School Board Trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0945.01
Betty McArthur, October 31, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Betty McArthur, Grande Prairie Public School Board Trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0946.01
Tom Zasadny, October 31, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour;; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Tom Zasadny, Grande Prairie Public School Board Trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0947.01
Eric Jerrard, October 31, 1984
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Eric Jerrard, Public School Board Trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0948.01
Andrew Mirlin, November 1, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2. 4 x 5
Andrew Mirlin, Grande Prairie Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0949.01
Sam Drader, November 1, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Sam Drader, Grande Prairie Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0950.01
Gordon Graydon, November 1, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Gordon Graydon, Grande Prairie Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0951.01
Dwight Logan, November 1, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Dwight Logan, Grande Prairie Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0952.01
Bill Leslie, October 25, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Bill Leslie, Public School District trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0953.01
Joan McDonald, November 1, 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Joan McDonald, Grande Prairie Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.0954.01
Crystal Park School Opening, 1984
95; 30 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Crystal Park School Opening with Premier Lougheed as a special guest. Other dignitaries included the G.P. School District trustees; Derek Taylor, Superintendent; MLA Bob Elliott and Jill Oliver, the teacher whose iinspiration and work led to the plans for the school. Photos show platform speakers, assembly of students and tour of students showing their work; unveiling of the outdoor statue and name of school, guests around luncheon tables. No record of a fee charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0955.01-.95
Holy Cross School – Basketball, November 28, 1984
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Holy Cross School – Girls Basketball Teams. Photographs commissioned by Holy Cross School, contact is Al Campbell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0956.01-.02
Aerial of Dunvegan, [ca. Fall 1983]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Aerial of Dunvegan Bridge, an art photo. Assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0957.01
Trumpeter Pontiac, November 6, 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Group photo of Trumpeter Pontiac employees. Photographs commissioned by Trumpeter Pontiac, contact is Ken Sargent.
Location: 0190.02.01.0958.01
Studio on the Park, Summer 1984
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Exterior of Panda Camera’s Studio on the Park. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0959.01
Derek Taylor, December 1984
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Derek Taylor, Grande Prairie Public School Board Superintendent. No record of a fee charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0960.01
Jeremy Zank, January 24, 1985
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Jeremy Zank, music conservatory, Grande Prairie Regional College. Photograph commissioned by Jeremy Zank.
Location: 0190.02.01.0961.01
Peace River Bible Institute, January 25, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Peace River Bible Institute musical group. Photograph commissioned by Peace River Bible Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0962.01
Peace Pipe Line Ltd., 1985
23 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Photos trace the process of preparing the ground and laying pipe for Peace Pipe Line Ltd. (taken February 23, 1985) and building the South Wapiti Gas Plant (March 5, 1985). Photographs commissioned by Peace Pipe Line Ltd., contact is Fred Kuipers (Calgary).
Location: 0190.02.01.0963.01-.23
Peace Pipe Line Ltd., 1985
8; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Photos trace the process of preparing the ground and laying pipe for Peace Pipe Line Ltd. (taken February 23, 1985) and building the South Wapiti Gas Plant (March 5, 1985). Photographs commissioned by Peace Pipe Line Ltd., contact is Fred Kuipers (Calgary).
Location: 0190.02.01.0963.24-.31
Scott Tournament of Hearts in Grande Prairie, February 9, 1985
10 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Scott Tournament of Hearts in Grande Prairie, hosted by the Grande Prairie Ladies Curling Club. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Ladies Curling Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0964.01-.10
Prairie Gallery, February 1985
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Exterior of new Prairie Gallery building, originally the Grande Prairie High School. Not charged, therefore uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0965.01-.02
Field, Field & Field Architects, January 30, 1985
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Copy negatives of blueprints of Crystal Park School and Fairview High School. Photographs commissioned by Field, Field, and Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.0966.01-.07
Larry Dean Country Band, February 22, 1985
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Larry Dean and Larry Harper of the Larry Dean Country Band. Photographs commissioned by Larry Dean, Larry Harper and Marlene.
Location: 0190.02.01.0967.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Postcards, February 26, 1985
1; 2 negative; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5 & 4 x 6
Grande Prairie Regional College theatre. Taken for use on the accompanying postcard. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Regional College.
Location: 0190.02.01.0968.01
Father Albert Sterzer, March 8, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Father Albert Sterzer, St. Joseph parish, Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by Father Albert Sterzer.
Location: 0190.02.01.0969.01
Isabel Campbell, April 25, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Portrait of Isabel Campbell. Photographs commissioned by Isabel Campbell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0970.01
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, April 27, 1985
66; 22 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Photos cover the graduation ceremonies with guest speaker, MLA Dr. Backus, group shot of President Dorothy Rowles, Registrar Burke Strelke, deans Don Hall, Don Harper, and Margaret Cleaveley and department chairpersons presenting certificates to students including Rachael Donovan, Irene Nicolson, Jack Mighton, Karen Burgess, Harry Stevens, Libero Ficocelli, Jeff Nutting, Bert Hunt. Also included are groups of graduates, members of a band and choir and the valedictorian pictured beside the valedictorian award. Not charged, therefore uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0971.01-.66
Paul Pivert, May 8, 1985
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Portrait of Paul Pivert. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.0972.01
Royal Canadian Legion, April 19, 1985
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Royal Canadian Legion in Grande Prairie: group photos of members and a portrait of President, Keith Bennett. Photographs commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.0973.01-.03
Jack Sherwood and Dave Hayes, May 16, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
“Report” band members, Jack Sherwood and Dave Hayes. Photographs commissioned by Jack Sherwood and Dave Hayes.
Location: 0190.02.01.0974.01
G. L. M. Tanks and Equipment, May 17, 1985
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2;
Photo shows tanks inside a building. Envelope indicates “Comm. Work of tanks at Grovedale”. Photographs commissioned by G. L. M. Tanks and Equipment (Nisku).
Location: 0190.02.01.0975.01
Hillside School Students & Teachers, May 21, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Group photograph of Hillside School students and teachers, taken from the roof of the school. Photographs commissioned by Hillside School, contact is Bruce Faunt.
Location: 0190.02.01.0976.01
Alexander Forbes School, Students & Teachers, June 4, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Alexander Forbes School, students and teachers, taken from the roof of the school. Photographs commissioned by Alexander Forbes School.
Location: 0190.02.01.0977.01
Holy Cross School Graduation, June 13, 1985
41; 2 negatives, photographs; colour & b & w; b & w; 2 x 2 & 35 mm.; 3 x 4.5
Images include presentations to individual students, the church ceremony, group supper showing motto “Friends are Forever”, dancing and speakers, and a group photo of graduates and teachers. Commissioned by Holy Cross School, contact name is Al Campbell.
Location: 0190.02.01.0978.01-.41
Rotary Club, June 15, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Group of 20 Rotary Club members (Charter Group) including George Shields, Brian Wilton, Martin Oets, Hideo Fukishima, Roger Lauzon, Ken Sargent, Ed Boyce, and Paul Pivert. Photographs commissioned by Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.0979.01
Doreen Lakusta, May 27, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Doreen Lakusta, publicity photo. Photographs commissioned by Doreen Lakusta.
Location: 0190.02.01.0980.01
Peace Farm Power, June 18, 1985
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Peace Farm Power, John Deere dealership, barbeque and display of new farm equipment. Photographs commissioned by Peace Farm Power John Deere, contact is Dennis Landis.
Location: 0190.02.01.0981.01-.03
Royal Canadian Legion, June 4, 1985
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Royal Canadian Legion, interior showing WWII murals painted on walls and exterior of the building. Photographs commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.0982.01-.06
Don Belanger, BRZ Assoc., June 4, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Don Belanger, B. R. Z. Association (City of Grande Prairie Business Revitalization Zone Association). Photographs commissioned by Downtown Business Revitalization Zone, contact is Don Belanger.
Location: 0190.02.01.0983.01
Co-op Implements, June 1, 1985
9; 8 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Co-op Implements – their shop and display of their new farm equipment including brand names Claas and Deutz Fahr. Photographs commissioned by Co-op Implements.
Location: 0190.02.01.0984.01-.09
Wapiti Cold Storage Baseball Team, September 17, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Wapiti Cold Storage Baseball Team including players Harvey Stewart, Peter Vogan, and Al Reid. Photograph commissioned by Wapiti Cold Storage, contacts are Sam Kloberdanz and Harvey Stewart.
Location: 0190.02.01.0985.01
County of Grande Prairie, August 20, 1985
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 4 x 5
County of Grande Prairie councillors (18) in their council chambers, outside standing beside their administration building, a County school bus, and a shot inside the bus showing councillors seated. Photographs commissioned by County of Grande Prairie, Ron Pfau (County Reeve) is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0986.01-.04
Jeremy and Mary Brown, August 23, 1985
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Jeremy and Mary Brown, music instructors, Grande Prairie Regional College, posing with saxaphone and clarinet respectively. Photographs commissioned by Jeremy and Mary Brown.
Location: 0190.02.01.0987.01-.02
Wilf Johnson, PRBI, September 5, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Wilf Johnson, Peace River Bible Institute. Photographs commissioned by Wilf Johnson, presumably on behalf of Peace River Bible Institute.
Location: 0190.02.01.0988.01
City of Grande Prairie Water Treatment Plant, September 14, 1985
21 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
City of Grande Prairie Water and Waste WaterTreatment Plant official opening of the new plant with dignitaries including Mayor Blais and city councillors, MLA Gord Graydon and featuring presentations, speakers, tour of the facility and group photos of staff. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, contact is Tery Moon.
Location: 0190.02.01.0989.01-.21
Bernie Desrosiers, NDP, October 23, 1985
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Bernie Desrosiers, NDP Candidate, publicity photo for posters. Photograph commissioned by Bernie Desrosiers.
Location: 0190.02.01.0990.01
Ultramar Oil and Gas Canada Ltd., October 23, 1985
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Aerials of Ultramar Oil and Gas Canada Ltd. Photographs commissioned by Ultramar Oil and Gas Canada Ltd. (Ft. St. John Office), contacts given are Len Barrows and Ralph Wiltshire.
Location: 0190.02.01.0991.01-.02
Seven “S” Construction, October 22, 1985
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Architectural blueprints of the floorplan of a home. Photographs commissioned by Seven “S” Structures Ltd., Fred Tissington is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.0992.01-.03
Baker Lovik, Business Sales Center, November 28, 1985
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Baker Lovik, Business Sales Center. Photograph commissioned by Baker Lovik (Calgary), contact is Mike Shaffner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0993.01
Kellie Mayer, Tamarama Poster Child, November 19, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Kellie Mayer, Tamarama poster child, a fund raiser for Camp Tamarack. Photograph commissioned by Tamarama, contact is Jack Clendening, but fee waived as donation from Panda Camera.
Location: 0190.02.01.0994.01
Mary Wild, December 6, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Mary Wild, Catholic School Board. Photographs commissioned by Mary Wild, presumably on behalf of the Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.0995.01
Grande Prairie Rotary Club, November 29, 1985
4 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Grande Prairie Rotary Club showing a group of men, couples at a social event dancing and a bartender. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Rotary Club, contact is Gary Barber.
Location: 0190.02.01.0996.01-.04
Chamber of Commerce, December 13, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Chamber of Commerce group including Karen Fetterly and John Powers. Photographs commissioned by Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.0997.01
Schlumburger of Canada, November 26, 1985
43 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Schlumburger of Canada event involving presentations to individuals and a social event. Photographs commissioned by Schlumburger of Canada.
Location: 0190.02.01.0998.01-.43
McDonald’s Restaurant, October 1985
5 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Interiors of McDonald’s Restaurant. Photographs commissioned by McDonald’s Restaurant, contact is Ed Turner.
Location: 0190.02.01.0999.01-.05
Economic Development Commission, October 8, 1985
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Economic Development Commission. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Economic Development Commission, John Barnard is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1000.01
Grande Prairie Schools, [ca. 1985]
136; 40 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Photos taken at various Grande Prairie Public Schools including outside shots of children playing at Crystal Park School and inside shots of students in the swimming pool, physiotheraphy room, the computer lab, the home ec. room, the music room, eating lunch in the foyer, the large art featuring children; the exteriors of Avondale, Swanavon, Hillside, Montrose, Forbes, Parkside, and G.P. Composite High schools; subject area rooms in other school including computers, typing, art, drafting, woodworking, metal work, automotives, photography, biology, home economics. Music, library. Classrooms include kindergarten, primary grades, junior high school and images of staff – (including Mr. Charlesworth, principal, talking to a student in his office) teaching, consulting and relaxing in a staff room. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Public School Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.1001.01-.136
Chamber of Commerce, March 11, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Chamber of Commerce group (executive?) includes John Powers, Karen Fetterly, Grant Menzies and Marc Lamoureux. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.1002.01
City of Grande Prairie, April 3, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
City of Grande Prairie Administrator’s Group: Tish Saunders, city clerk, is third from the right. Photo taken at the Dave Barr Arena. Photograph commissioned by the City of Grande Prairie, contact is Wendy Morgan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1003.01
Rachel Donovan, April 3, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Rachel Donovan, Chairperson, Nursing Department, Grande Prairie Regional College and member of Alberta Nurses Association. Photograph commissioned by Rachel Donovan, presumably on behalf of the Alberta Nurses Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.1004.01
Cursillo – Grouard-McLennan Branch, April 4, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Cursillo group from Grouard-McLellan Branch. Assumed commissioner is Grouard-McLennan Branch Cursillo
Location: 0190.02.01.1005.01
Small Gallery, Hythe, 1985
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Photos of art work perhaps done by Barry Hommy of Hythe, listed as contact. Assumed commissioner is Hythe Small Gallery.
Location: 0190.02.01.1006.01-.02
Fountain Tire Stores Ltd., June 20, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Fountain Tire Store at 13003-100 Street, Grande Prairie, Laurie Maxwell, general manager. Photograph commissioned by Fountain Tire.
Location: 0190.02.01.1007.01
Mary Wild, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28, July 15, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Mary Wild, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1008.01
Henry Popek, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28, July 15, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Henry Popek, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1009.01
Susan Moon, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28, July 15, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Susan Moon, Grande Prairie RCSSD #28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1010.01
Adeco Drilling Rig, June 6, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Adeco Drilling Rig. Photograph commissioned by Adeco Drilling (Edmonton), contact is Buzz Werner.
Location: 0190.02.01.1011.01
Agnes Kinderwater, RCSSD #28., July 17, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Agnes Kinderwater, RCSSD #28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1012.01
Lena Durda, RCSSD#28, July 19, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Lena Durda, board member RCSSD#28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1013.01
Sam Drader, Hospital Board, July 25, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Sam Drader, Hospital Board. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1014.01
Grande Prairie Fire Safety House, July 26, 1986
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Fire Safety House sponsored by McDonald’s Restaurant. This house was pulled around town by an old fire truck and used as a teaching tool in playgrounds to show children fire safety rules. Photos show involved fire department personnel, mascots Willie Hoser and Ronald McDonald, and McDonald’s staff. Photographs commissioned by McDonald’s Restaurant, contact is Lynnette Klien.
Location: 0190.02.01.1015.01-.04
Pat McGuire, July 31, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Pat McGuire, board member RCSSD#28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1016.01
John Croken, July 31, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
John Croken, board member, RCSSD#28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1017.01
Dwight Logan, August 6, 1986
1; 2 negative; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5 & 4 x 5
Dwight Logan, publicity photo. Photographs commissioned by Dwight Logan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1018.01a-.01b
Phyllis Stewart, [ca. 1986]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Phyllis Stewart, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1019.01
Lynn Karr, August 12, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lynn Karr, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1020.01
Dennis Grant, RCSSD#28, [ca. 1986]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dennis Grant, Roman Catholic School Board #28. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1021.01
William (Bill) Simpson, August 19, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
William (Bill) Simpson, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1022.01
Dennis Bryan, August 19, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Dennis Bryan, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1023.01
Diabetes Association – Willy De Wit, August 20, 1986
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Willie DeWit poses with two children (Evan Boyd and Sarah Horn) for a publicity shot for the Diabetes Association. Assumed commissioner is Diabetes Association, Trudy Boyd is contact, although no sitting fee appears to have been paid and the photo order charge has been waived.
Location: 0190.02.01.1024.01-.02
Tamarama – Willie DeWit, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Tamarama, a fund raiser for Camp Tamarack, featured Willie DeWit, champion boxer, holding up poster child Chris Moss. Assumed commissioner is Tamarama, contact is Chris Bromley, although a sitting fee does not appear to have been charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1025.01
Grant Burge, RCSSD #28, August 29, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grant Burge, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1026.01
Rock Band (You & Me), September 3, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rock Band (You & Me), three young band members in a publicity shot. Appears to be the top rock band in a battle of the bands held at Muskoseepi Park, possibly organized by Chuck Folks. No sitting fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1027.01
Margaret Anderson, [ca. 1986]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Margaret Anderson, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1028.01
Margaret Anderson, September 22, 1983
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Margaret Anderson, Board of Trustees – Hospital. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1029.01
Shady Junction – Country Band, September 5, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 5 x 5
“Shady Junction” country band. Appears to be the top country band in a battle of the bands held at Muskoseepi Park, possibly organized by Chuck Folks. No sitting fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1030.01
Laverne Sorgaard, September 11, 1986
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Laverne Sorgaard, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1031.01
Walter Paszkowski, September 11, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Walter Paszkowski, Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1032.01
Helen Rice, November 6, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Helen Rice, City of Grande Prairie alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1033.01
Murray Jones, November 6, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Murray Jones, City of Grande Prairie alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1034.01
Dwight Logan, November 6, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dwight Logan, City of Grande Prairie Mayor, 1986. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1035.01
Andrew Mirlin, November 6, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Andrew Mirlin, City of Grande Prairie 1986 Alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1036.01
Mike Bizuk, November 7, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mike Bizuk, Past District deputy of the Grande Prairie Elks Lodge. Photograph commissioned by Mike Bizuk, presumably on behalf of the Grande Prairie Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.1037.01
Gordon Graydon, November 13, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gordon Graydon, City of Grande Prairie alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1038.01
Sam Drader, November 13, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sam Drader, City of Grande Prairie alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1039.01
Joan McDonald, November 13, 1986
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Joan McDonald, City of Grande Prairie alderman. Assumed commissioner is City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1040.01
Grandview Motel, December 10, 1986
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grandview Motel on Grande Prairie’s west side, advertising a special room rate of 22.50 per night. Photographs commissioned by Grandview Motel, John Shofner listed as contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1041.01-.02
Larry’s Sport Shop, December 10, 1986
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Larry’s Sport Shop, showing exterior of two sides of the building with murals painted along the 99 Street side. Photographs commissioned by Larry’s Sport Shop.
Location: 0190.02.01.1042.01-.02
Toni Tesar, January 16, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Toni Tesar, District Deputy, Royal Purple. Photograph commissioned by Toni Tesar.
Location: 0190.02.01.1043.01
Canadian Cancer Society, [ca. 1987]
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Photo of a little girl presenting Tom Thompson, representing the Canadian Cancer Society, with a bouquet of daffodils. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Cancer Society, contact named is Debbie Smith, although it is noted on the file that the assignment was a donation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1044.01
Crystal Park School, February 4, 1987
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Crystal Park School showing the entire school population standing in the main foyer and photo taken from above them; also a shoe of the gymnasium from above. Photographs commissioned by Crystal Park School, contact is Andy Farquharson
Location: 0190.02.01.1045.01-.02
Procter and Gamble, February 17, 1987
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Three aeriel photos of the Procter and Gamble pulp mill, and one shot of the City of Grande Prairie from the air. Photographs commissioned by Procter and Gamble, contact person is Peter Ingall.
Location: 0190.02.01.1046.01-.04
Ty-Rae Holdings Trucking, April 23, 1987
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ty-Rae Trucking showing three of their heavy haulers. Photographs commissioned by Ty-Rae Holdings (Fort Saskatchewan), contact is Debbie Winters.
Location: 0190.02.01.1047.01-.03
Grande Prairie Fire Department, April 28, 1987
4; 2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Fire Department showing the fire station, fire truck and two firemen, including Tony Lutzmann. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Fire Department.
Location: 0190.02.01.1048.01-.04
Sharon Lacey, May 1, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sharon Lacey, Stompede Sue Contestant. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Western Shows.
Location: 0190.02.01.1049.01
Penny Dika, May 7, 1987
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Penny Dika, Stompede Sue Contestant. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Western Shows.
Location: 0190.02.01.1050.01
Swan City Appliances, May 20, 1987
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Swan City Appliances, on 100 Street, Grande Prairie, showing a line up of service vehicles in front of the building. Photograph commissioned by Swan City Appliances, contact is John Abbott-Brown.
Location: 0190.02.01.1051.01
Wapiti Cold Storage, June 9, 1987
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Wapiti Cold Storage transport truck with Palm advertisement on the side. Photograph commissioned by Wapiti Cold Storage, contact person is Neil Thompson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1052.01
Eric Taylor, August 6, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Eric Taylor, QE II Hospital Board. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Ken Fox.
Location: 0190.02.01.1053.01
City of Grande Prairie, September 25, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Birds-eye view of a group of City of Grande Prairie personnel and administration staff gathered in front of Muskoseepi Pavilion in Bear Creek. Photograph commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, contact is Personnel Administrator.
Location: 0190.02.01.1054.01
Trumpeter Pontiac, September 30, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Trumpeter Pontiac Buick staff standing in front of the business on 100 Street, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Trumpeter Pontiac.
Location: 0190.02.01.1055.01
Airport Manager Grande Prairie, October 1, 1987
18 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Airport fire trucks and staff take part in training for possible fire and related disasters. Photograph commissioned by the Airport Manager, Transport Canada (Don Hector), Jim Hunt is also given as a contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1056.01-.18
Tamarama ’88 Boyd Kobe, October 1, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Tamarama ’88, a fundraiser for Camp Tamarack. Poster child Boyd Kobe is shown with friend Trevor Campbell. Contact person is Don Lindsay. Assignment not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1057.01
Marlin Helicopters, October 8, 1987
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Marlin Helicopters shown in flight. Photographs commissioned by Marlin Helicopters, contacts is Merle Morrison.
Location: 0190.02.01.1058.01-.02
Renford Inns Managers Conference, October 27, 1987
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
A group assembled for Renford Inns Managers Conference. Photograph commissioned by Renford Inn, contact is Dick Stewart.
Location: 0190.02.01.1059.01
Honeywell Ltd.- QEII Hospital, October 28, 1987
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Photos of corridors, open spaces, nursing stations, swimming pool, and Mackenzie Place dining room in QEII complex. Photographs commissioned by Honeywell Ltd. (North York, Ontario), contact is Rose MacGilchrist. Photographs appear to have been taken for use in a trade newsmagazine.
Location: 0190.02.01.1060.01-.06
Honeywell Ltd.- QEII Hospital, October 28, 1987
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Photo of inside front entrance in the QEII Hospital. Photographs commissioned by Honeywell Ltd. (North York, Ontario), contact is Rose MacGilchrist. Photographs appear to have been taken for use in a trade newsmagazine.
Location: 0190.02.01.1060.07
Honeywell Ltd.- QEII Hospital, October 28, 1987
3 slides; colour; 35 mm.
Photo of personnel inside two offices (one of them possibly Jim Jenkins) and an exterior view of the QE II Hospital. Photographs commissioned by Honeywell Ltd. (North York, Ontario), contact is Rose MacGilchrist. Photographs appear to have been taken for use in a trade newsmagazine.
Location: 0190.02.01.1060.08-.10
Prairie Signs (1980) Ltd., January 12, 1988
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Two men and equipment, workers for Prairie Signs (1980) Ltd. Mel Quick is named the contact. Photograph commissioned by Palmer, Jarvis & Associates (Edmonton).
Location: 0190.02.01.1061.01
Lardine Truck & Trailer Ltd., January 14, 1988
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Lardine Truck & Trailer Ltd. (Surrey, B.C.) showing a truck loaded with logs and three men standing beside the load. Photograph commissioned by Timberline Haulers, contact is Jim Wald.
Location: 0190.02.01.1062.01
Ken Fox, March 22, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Portrait of Ken Fox, executive director for QE II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Pat McGowan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1063.01
Gerry Norsham, March 22, 1988
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Gerry Norsham, assistant executive director for QE II Hospital, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Pat McGowan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1064.01
Martin Oets, March 22, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Martin Oets, assistant executive director, support services, for QE II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, contact is Pat McGowan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1065.01
Sexsmith Grad Reunion, August 8, 1987
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sexsmith Grad Reunion, August 1987, showing 6 different grad class groups including graduating classes of 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1974. Assumed uncommissioned work, individual photographs ordered by various customers.
Location: 0190.02.01.1066.01-.06
Dinosaur Parade, August 19, 1988
18 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Dinosaur Parade, to celebrate the arts and crafts activites avaiable in the summer. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1067.01-.18
Prairie Pride, January 30, 1988
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Prairie Pride, a musical group. Contact person is Lorraine Speers. Not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1068.01
Hugh Impey (Hosford, Impey, Welter), February 11, 1988
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Hugh Impey, of Hosford, Impey, Welter, land survey company. Photographs commissioned by H. I. W. Surveys Ltd., contact is Ambrose Wrzosek.
Location: 0190.02.01.1069.01
H. I. W. ( Hosford, Impey, Welter), February 11, 1988
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Surveyors Hosford and Welter of Hosford, Impey, Welter (H. I. W.), a land survey company, and a view of their office. Photographs commissioned by H. I. W. Surveys Ltd., contact is Ambrose Wrzosek.
Location: 0190.02.01.1069.02-.04
Trumpeter Pontiac Officials, February 1988
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Trumpeter Pontiac officials stand beside Ken Sargent of Trumpeter Pontiac, in his showroom, for a presentation. Photographs commissioned by Trumpeter Pontiac.
Location: 0190.02.01.1070.01-.02
Wilda Mitchell, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Wilda Mitchell, publicity photo for QE II Hospital. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1071.01
Lavern Sorgaard, March 23, 1988
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Lavern Sorgaard, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1072.01
Dennis Bryan, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dennis Bryan, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1073.01
Gerry Mazer, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gerry Mazer, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1074.01
Lynn Karr, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lynn Karr, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1075.01
Judith Gorman, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Judith Gorman, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1076.01
Albert Tomshak, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Albert Tomshak, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1077.01
Sam Drader, March 23, 1988
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Sam Drader, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1078.01
Art Dievert, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Art Dievert, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1079.01
Margaret Anderson, March 23, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Margaret Anderson, QE II Hospital Board. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1080.01
Paintings- Arts and Crafts Center, March 25, 1988
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie City’s Arts & Crafts Center photographs of paintings of flowers. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, Recreation/Culture, contact is Patti Trautman. Original appointment appears to have been made by the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Visual Arts Committee.
Location: 0190.02.01.1081.01-.03
Pat Williams, March 25, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Pat Williams, QE II Hospital. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1082.01
Sexsmith Elks #284 and Royal Purple Convention 1988, April 9, 1988
6; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 5 x 7
Group photos of Sexsmith Elks #284 hosting the Elks and Royal Purple Convention in 1988 at the Golden Inn. Photographs commissioned by Sexsmith Elks #284, Ed Heneberg is the contact
Location: 0190.02.01.1083.01-.06
Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club, April 27, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club. No record of a fee being charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1084.01
Grande Prairie Regional College, May 1988
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Exterior of the Grande Prairie Regional College taken from the resevoir side. No record of a fee being charged or received, therefore assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1085.01
City of Grande Prairie Arts and Crafts Centre, May 25, 1988
22 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Photographs of artists’ pieces at the Grande Prairie Gallery and The Loft, one also showing artist Jim Stokes with a painting at his studio. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie Recreation/Culture, Trina Irons is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1086.01-.22
Grande Prairie Regional College Statue, May 1988
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College statue at the front entrance. Chris Giacinti , GPRC is the contact. No assignment fee was charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1087.01
Steam Flo, June 9, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Steam Flo Industries Ltd., well control systems, showing the shop and service trucks. Photograph commissioned by Steam Flo Industries, contacts are Scott Peterson (Grande Prairie) and Doug McNeil (Edmonton).
Location: 0190.02.01.1088.01
A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine, June-July 1988
41; 11 negatives; colour; 35 mm.; 3 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College Theatre’s, “A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine”. No assignment fee appears to have been charged, although individual photographs were ordered by Grande Prairie Little Theatre. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1089.01-.41
Willie DeWit, May 19, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Willie DeWit in front of 214 Place. Note on envelope indicates the photograph was used for the Herald Tribune. No assignment fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1090.01
Barb Veldhuis, July 21, 1988
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Barb Veldhuis, lawyer, on being admitted to the bar. Photograph commissioned by Barb Veldhuis.
Location: 0190.02.01.1091.01
Denmar Marketing, July 22, 1988
7 transparencies; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Four women involved in a food preparation demonstration for marketing purposes and close-ups of their prepared dishes. Advertising photographs for use in a cookbook (cover and index pages) and flyer. Photographs commissioned by Denmar Marketing, contact is Margaret Bell
Location: 0190.02.01.1092.01-.07
Royal Canadian Legion Float, July 30, 1988
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Royal Canadian Legion Float, with Legion members holdlng flags and posing on their float in front of the Legion. Assignment sheet states that the photograph was taken for a calendar. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion, contact is Moe Morgan (Manager).
Location: 0190.02.01.1093.01
Canterra Real Estate, September 7, 1988
2 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Two side shots of CIBC and 100 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Although appointment was arranged by Canterra Real Estate, no assignment fee was charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1094.01
Tamarama “1989”, September 8, 1988
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Tamarama “1989”, showing poster children Cherle (age 7) and Raven (age 11) at Camp Tamarack for the charity drive raising funds for Camp Tamarack. No assignment fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1095.01
Edmonton Tent and Awning, September 10, 1988
17; 9 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Edmonton Tent and Awning supplied signage for the departments in the IGA in Prairie Mall, Grande Prairie, and Co-op Store in Dawson Creek. Photograph commissioned by Edmonton Tent and Awning, contact is Vern Nast.
Location: 0190.02.01.1096.01-.17
Grande Prairie School District – Crystal Park School, September 1988
1; 1; 1 negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Negative, transparency and postcard of Crystal Park School exterior showing flowering planters and front entrance. Name of the school and statue are an inset photogpraph. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.01a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Crystal Park School, September 1988
1; 1 negative; transparency; colour; 2 x 2
Postcard of Crystal Park School exterior showing a plinth with the school name and statue near the entrance to the school. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.02 a. b.
Grande Prairie School District – Avondale School, September 1988
1; 1; 2 negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Negative, transparency and 2 postcards of Avondale School exterior showing the school sign and the front entrance. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.03 a.b.c
Grande Prairie School District – Composite High School, September 1988
1; 1; 2 negative; transparency, photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Negative, transparency and 2 postcards of Compositie High School exterior showing the school sign and the front entrance. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.04 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Parkside School, September 1988
1; 1; 2 negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Negative, transparency, 1 photogrpah and 1postcard of Parkside School exterior showing the school sign. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.05 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Hillside School, September 1988
1; 1 transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Transparency, 1 photogrpah and 1postcard of Hillside School exterior showing the school sign. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.06 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Montrose School, September 1988
1; 1; 1 negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
1 negative, 1 transparency, 1 photograph and 1postcard of Montrose School exterior showing the school name on the building. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.07 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Swanavon School, September 1988
1; 1; 1; negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
1 negative, 1 transparency, 1 photograph and 1postcard of Swanavon School exterior showing the school name in front of the entrance to the building. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.08 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie School District – Alexander Forbes School, September 1988
1; 1; 1 negative; transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
1 negative, 1 transparency, 1 photograph and 1postcard of Alexander Forbes School exterior showing the school name in front of the entrance to the building. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter (Assistant Superintendent Personnel).
Location: 0190.02.01.1097.09 a.b.c.
Grande Prairie Catholic School Board, September 19, 1988
1; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Group photo of members of the Grande Prairie Catholic School Board (5 trustees and 3 administrators) including Dennis Grant and John Croken. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Catholic School Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.1098.01
Kidd Country – Country Band, September 21, 1988
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.; 3.5 x 5
“Kidd Country” – Country Band, taken at CJXX radio station. Photographs commissioned by Kidd Country, Kevin Marcy is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1099.01-.04
CANFOR, September 22, 1988
8; 7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
CANFOR – General construction shots of new sawmill showing stages of construction and some workers. Photographs commissioned by Canfor, contacts are Chris Anderson (Grande Prairie) Bill Tice (Corporate Communiciations, Head Office).
Location: 0190.02.01.1100.01-.08
Hansen Lincoln Mercury, October 28, 1988
1; 1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Hansen Lincoln Mercury building on the corner of 101 St and 101 Ave., Grande Prairie, owned by Jim Hansen. Photograph commissioned by Hansen Lincoln Mercury.
Location: 0190.02.01.1101.01
Cathy Shultz and Reg Carr, February 24, 1989
2; 2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 2 x 2
Musicians Cathy Shultz and Reg Carr with a guitar and a banjo. Sitting fee may have been paid by gift certificate or not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1102.01-.02
Canadian Cancer Society – Kelly Sutherland, March 3, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canadian Cancer Society publicity photo showing Kelly Sutherland with two children, Tanis and Blair. Contact is Donna Winterburn. Sitting fee not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1103.01
Marion Howarth, April 6, 1989
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2;
Marion Howarth, QE II Hospital Board. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1104.01
All Peace Auctions, April 18, 1989
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of All Peace Auctions auction mart. Photographs commissioned by All Peace Auctions, Dennis Tink is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1105.01-.-2
Schlumberger Awards Banquet, April 19, 1989
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Schlumberger awards banquet showing presentations and group photos. Photographs commissioned by Schlumberger.
Location: 0190.02.01.1106.01-.12
Aerials – Grande Prairie, April 1989
8 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of parts of Grande Prairie including Cytstal Lake and Crystal Park School, downtown area, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital and Mackenzie Place, 100 Street north portion and 100 Avenue west portion. Muskoseepi Park area, Grande Prairie Regional College and reservoir. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1107.01-.08
Harry Parslow, April 28, 1989
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
Harry Parslow, Assistant Executive Director, Support Services, QE II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1108.01
Gary Barber, May 12, 1989
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Gary Barber, Rotary Club. Photograph commissioned by Gary Barber, presumably on behalf of the Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.1109.01
Grande Prairie Composite High School 10 Year Reunion 1979, May 20, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School 10 Year Reunion, May 20, 1979. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School 1979 Grad Reunion, Heather Wardlow is contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1110.01
Alberta Lands Ltd., July 22, 1989
24; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2 & 35mm ; 4 x 6 & 5 x 5
Alberta Lands Ltd., showing apartment and townhouse complexes and including some inside room shots: Ranchlands including The Club, Vista Village, Lakeside Chateau, Richmond Square, Poplar Court (North American Leasehold); Resources Plaza . Photographs commissioned by Alberta Lands, contact is Paul Evashkevich, president and general manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.1111.01-.24
GPSD #2357 Office & Aspen Grove School, July 22, 1989
4; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2 & 35 mm.; 5 x 5 & 4 x 6
Aspen Grove School and Main Office of Grande Prairie school District #2357. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie School District, contact is Bill Hunter.
Location: 0190.02.01.1112.01-.04
Ken Chomyc, July 26, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ken Chomyc, Chairperson of the Grande Prairie Public School Board and also associated with the Golf Course. Assumed commissioner is Ken Chomyc, although the Grande Prairie School Board is also a potential commissioner.
Location: 0190.02.01.1113.01
Kelly Head, August 24, 1989
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Kelly Head, Lady Eve Fashions. Photographs commissioned by Kelly Head.
Location: 0190.02.01.1114.01-.02
Aspen Grove School Grand Opening, September 11, 1989
20; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.
Grand Opening of Aspen Grove School, September 11, 1989, featuring the school board members, and showing principal Hans Intscher, MLA Bob Elliott, Education Minister, Dave King, and School Board Chair, Gordon Pearcy holding up the Alberta flag, and including a children’s tug-of-war and an aerial of the library. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie School District, contact is Gwen Atkinson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1115.01-.20
Leo Kimpe, September 26, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Leo Kimpe, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Leo Kimpe, perhaps on behalf of the Catholic School Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.1116.01
Grande Prairie Catholic School “Board Trustees”, October 11, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Catholic School Board Trustees, 1989, including Dennis Grant, John Croken and Ken O’Shea. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Catholic School Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.1117.01
Field, Field & Field – Aspen Grove, October 16, 1989
12; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Aspen Grove School – 5 negatives and 3 photographs of the blueprints and 7 negatives of the exterior and computer room and aerial of the library area. Photographs commissioned by Field, Field, & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.1118.01-.12
Canadian Hunter, November 1, 1989
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Group photo of Canadian Hunter workers with a cake that says “Happy 10th Birthday Elmworth”. Photograph commissioned by Canadian Hunter, contact is John Robinson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1119.01
Bruce McCullough, November 10, 1989
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 4
Bruce McCullough, member of Shriners Jesters. Photograph commissioned by Bruce McCullough.
Location: 0190.02.01.1120.01
Fred Kroescamp, November 10, 1989
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 4
Fred Kroescamp, member of Shriners Jesters. Photograph commissioned by Fred Kroescamp.
Location: 0190.02.01.1121.01
Stan Roszell, November 10, 1989
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 4
Stan Roszell, member of Shriners Jesters. Photograph commissioned by Stan Roszell.
Location: 0190.02.01.1122.01
Risley Equipment, November 17, 1989
6; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Risley Equipment machines include the “Lim-Mit”, tree limmer , the “RotoSaw” and others. Photographs commissioned by Risely Manufacturing Ltd., contact is Don Allan.
Location: 0190.02.01.1123.01-.06
Tamarama “1990”, November 23, 1989
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Two children, one in a wheelchair (Sheila Ayah, age 15) and holding a bow and arrow (Mark Desjarlais, age 12) take part in Tamarama “1990”, a fund raiser for Camp Tamarack. Contact is Debra Bauder. No assignment fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1124.01
Dr. R. A . Paziuk, December 12, 1989
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Dr. R. A . Paziuk and staff (Cindy, Richard, Wendy, Leslie, Bea, Cheryl, and Pam). Photograph commissioned by Dr. R. A. Paziuk.
Location: 0190.02.01.1125.01
Southview – Cambridge Property Management Corp., December 1989
5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Southview Mall showing the IGA, Flower and Garden Center, Cat-B-Lou Hairstyling, Crown and Anchor Restaurant, and Video Hut. Photographs commissioned by Cambridge Property Management Corp., contact is Larry Woolsey.
Location: 0190.02.01.1126.01-.05
T2 Green Holdings – Don McFarlane, January 6, 1990
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Golf Course. Photographs commissioned by T2 Green Holding, contact is Don McFarlane.
Location: 0190.02.01.1127.01-.03
Culnane-Fattori Association Ltd. – Harricana Metal Inc., January 23, 24, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
A Harricana 5000STA Feller Bucher and Harricana Cantrack Delimber. Photograph commissioned by Culnane-Fattori Associates Ltd. (Burlington, Ontario), an advertising agency, contacts are Bob Fattori and Terry Culnane, on behalf of their client, Harricana Metal Inc. (Amos, Quebec).
Location: 0190.02.01.1128.01
Windsor Court – Field, Field & Field, January 31, 1990
3 negatives; b & w; 2 x 2
Blueprints of Aspen Grove School building by Field, Field & Field, architects. Photographs commissioned by Field, Field & Field.
Location: 0190.02.01.1129.01-.03
G. P. R. Industries – Artwork, February 7, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5
G. P. R. Industries commissioned photo of artwork entitled “Fairplay”. Photograph commissioned by G. P. R. Industries, contact is Rudt Schmidt.
Location: 0190.02.01.1130.01
Terry Clackson, lawyer, March 8, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Terry Clackson of Lewis, Clackson, Mochan & Chrenek law firm. Photograph commissioned by Lewis Clackson Mochan & Chrenek Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1131.01
James Chrenek, lawyer, March 8, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
James Chrenek of Lewis, Clackson, Mochan & Chrenek law firm. Photograph commissioned by Lewis Clackson Mochan & Chrenek Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1132.01
Bob Lewis, lawyer, March 14, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Bob Lewis, with Lewis, Clackson, Mochan & Chrenek law firm. Photograph commissioned by Lewis Clackson Mochan & Chrenek Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1133.01
Art & Crafts Centre – City of Grande Prairie, February 24, 1990
1 transparency; colour; 2 x 2
Arts & Crafts Centre photo of two young children (Katherine and John) standing by a lovely basket arrangement of fresh flowers. Photograph used as the cover photograph for the Community Connection brochure. Photograph commissioned by the City of Grande Prairie, Recreation/Culture (Arts and Crafts Centre), contact is Patti Trautman.
Location: 0190.02.01.1134.01
Geneanne Shigematsu, April 3, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Geneanne Shigematsu, Miss Grande Prairie Pageant. Sitting fee not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1135.01
Reg Smith of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Reg Smith of law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.01
Female Lawyer with firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Female Lawyer with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.02
Ian Kay of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Ian Kay with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.03
Sherry Heikel of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Sherry Heikel with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.04
Kim Shipley of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Kim Shipley with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.05
Bob McVey of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Bob McVey with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.06
Lyle Carlstrom of Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 10, 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Lyle Carlstrom with law firm Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1136.07
All Peace Auctions, April 17, 1990
4 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
All Peace Auctions grounds showing crowd and equipment being auctioned, including an aerial of the auction mart grounds. Photographs commissioned by All Peace Auctions, contact name is Kevin Tink.
Location: 0190.02.01.1137.01-.04
Lucille Partington, Hospital Board, April 17, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lucille Partington, Hospital Board 1990. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1138.01
Jack Savage, Hospital Board, April 26, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jack Savage, Hospital Board 1990. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1139.01
Canfor Plywood Division, April 30, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canfor Plywood Division employees: Barry Shkwarok, Marcel Brulotte, Dave Thiessen, Don Hansen, Les Smith, Cindy Ekdahl, Bill Aldred, Mike Kaytor, John Van Volkingburgh, Kathy Gervais, Ken Lawrence, Ed Stierle, Nick Tarnowski, and Archie Thibert. Photograph commissioned by Canfor Plywood Division.
Location: 0190.02.01.1140.01
Tom Shields, May 2, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Tom Shields, Grande Prairie Public School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1141.01
Gerry Mazer, Hospital Board, May 2, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gerry Mazer, QEII Hospital Board
Location: 0190.02.01.1142.01
Roy Borstad, Hospital Board, May 9, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Roy Borstad, QEII Hospital Board Trustee 1990-92. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1143.01
Margaret Heath, Hospital Board, May 16, 1990
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Margaret Heath, QEII Hospital Board 1990-92. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1144.01
Dora Mellon, June 19, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 ; 5 x 5
Dora Mellon as Miss Grande Prairie 1990. Photographs commissioned by Miss Grande Prairie Production Society, contact is Kim Clackson, although this may only be for the black and white photographs (none retained). A separate sitting fee may have been charged for the colour photographs and paid by gift certificate issued to Miss Grande Prairie 1990.
Location: 0190.02.01.1145.01
Home of Bill Alloway, June 26, 1990
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Home of Bill and Leta Alloway. Photograph commissioned by Bill Alloway.
Location: 0190.02.01.1146.01
Procter and Gamble Airplane, June 28, 1990
10; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.
Procter and Gamble airplane showing inside the cockpit and exterior. Photograph commissioned by Procter and Gamble (Central Office), contact is Gene Murray.
Location: 0190.02.01.1147.01
Arts and Crafts Centre – City of Grande Prairie, July 24, 1990
1 transparency; colour; 2 x 2
Arts and Crafts Centre demonstration photo, for use on a brochure, showing 2 children (Katherine and Riley Swanston) with fruits, vegetables, and muffins in baskets in front of them and on nearby counters. Photograph commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, Arts and Crafts Centre, contact is Patti Trautman.
Location: 0190.02.01.1148.01
Aspen Grove School, July 26, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aspen Grove School for Grande Prairie School District #2357. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter.
Location: 0190.02.01.1149.01
Aspen Grove School, July 26, 1990
1 transparency; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 5.5
Aspen Grove School for Grande Prairie School District #2357, showing exterior and front entrance. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District 2357, contact is Bill Hunter.
Location: 0190.02.01.1149.02
Mary Wild’s Daughter Entering Religious Life, August 5, 1990
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Family gathering and religious ceremony celebrating Mary Wild’s daughter (Sister Maureen Wild?) giving final vows to become a nun. Photographs commissioned by Mary Wild.
Location: 0190.02.01.1150.01-.20
Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club, August 7, 1990
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Photos of Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club commissioned by T2 Green Holdings, contact is Don McFarlane.
Location: 0190.02.01.1151.01-.03
Grande Prairie Downtown Buildings, August 1990
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Photographs of the following buildings: Courthouse/Provincial Building, Arts and Crafts Centre (old Courhouse), Prairie Medical, Prairie Gallery, Central Park Lodge, and St. Joseph Catholic Church. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1152.01-.07
Grande Prairie Downtown Buildings, August 1990
8 transparencies; colour; 2 x 2
Transparencies of the following buildings: Windsor Court, Woolworths, Co-op Store, 214 Place, Anglican Church, and Telus Building mural. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1152.08-.15
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Wind Ensemble, December 6, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Wind Ensemble with musical director, Mike Townsend at the Grande Prairie Regional College Theatre. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.1153.01
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Orchestra, December 17, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School – orchestra with director at St. Paul’s United Church. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.1153.02
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Musical Groups, December 17, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School – orchestra , wind ensemble and concert chorale with musical directors at St. Paul’s United Church. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.1153.03
Grande Prairie Composite High School – Concert Chorale, December 17, 1990
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Composite High School – concert chorale with musical directors at St. Paul’s United Church. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.1153.04
Ken Fox, December 12, 1990
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ken Fox, Executive Director, QE II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Administration.
Location: 0190.02.01.1154.01
Ranchlands, December 11, 1990
12; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.
Ranchlands apartments showing racketball courts, a group relaxing by a fireplace, and “The Club ” swimming pool. Photographs commissioned by Ranchlands (Alberta Lands), contact is Grant Evashkevich.
Location: 0190.02.01.1155.01-.12
Cancer Society – Canada Winter Games, January 21, 1991
5; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2 & 35 mm; 5 x 5 & 4 x 6
Tom Thompson, president of the Canada Winter Games organizing committee, poses with children holding up Games medals for the Cancer Society. Contact is Leif Sollied. No assignment fee charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1156.01-.05
Dr. Cummins, February 26, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Dr. Cummins, QE II Hospital Community Relations. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1157.01
Dr. Smit, February 26, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Dr. Smit, QE II Hospital Community Relations. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1158.01
Dr. Brown, February 28, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Dr. Brown, QE II Hospital Community Relations. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1159.01
Dr. MacIntyre, March 2, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Dr. MacIntyre, QE II Hospital Community Relations. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1160.01
Quinton Anderson, March 16, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 4
Quinton Anderson, lawyer with Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith. Photograph commissioned by Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1161.01
University of Alberta Board of Governors, April 5, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
University of Alberta Board of Governors, including Chairman Stanley Milner. Photograph commissioned by the Board of Governors of the University of Alberta, Nancy Smiley is contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1162.01
Roy Tink, April 5, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerial of Roy Tink’s home. Photograph commissioned by Roy Tink.
Location: 0190.02.01.1163.01
Sean Sargent Toyota Grand Opening, April 17, 1991
27 ; 8 negatives ; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 ; 35 mm ; 5 x 5
Grand Opening of Sean Sargent Toyota, April 17, 1991, showing the ribbon cutting in front of the sales office, ofice interior, people sitting in new vehicles, friends and family visiting. Photographs commissioned by Sean Sargent Toyota.
Location: 0190.02.01.1164.01-.27
Muskoseepi Park, May 18, 1991
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Muskoseepi Park pictorial. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1165.01-.02
Travel Handlers, May 29, 1991
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Travel Handlers travel agency showing interiors of office. Photographs commissioned by Travel Handlers.
Location: 0190.02.01.1166.01-.03
Second Street Theatre, April 26, 1991
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm.
Special opening of Second Street Theatre (Donor’s Appreciation Night) showing group shots and casual socializing. Photographs commissioned by Second Street Theatre, contact is Trenton Perrot.
Location: 0190.02.01.1167.01-.08
Charlotte Penson, June 7, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Charlotte Penson, Miss Grande Prairie 1991. Photographs commissioned by Miss Grande Prairie Production Society, contact is Kim Clackson, although this may only be for the black and white photographs (none retained). A separate sitting fee may have been charged for the colour photographs and paid by gift certificate issued to Miss Grande Prairie 1991.
Location: 0190.02.01.1168.01
Hillside School, June 13, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Large group photo taken from overhead of both students and teachers at Muskoseepi Park. Photograph commissioned by Hillside School, contact is Neil Dobson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1169.01
AADAC Northern Addiction Centre, June 19, 1991
2 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
AADAC Northern Addiction Centre, showing the exterior. Photographs commissioned by AADAC Northern Addiction Centre, contact is Lucy Buller.
Location: 0190.02.01.1170.01-.02
Ken Sargent Pontiac Buick, June 22, 1991
19 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Ken Sargent Pontiac Buick, special event for awards presentations held at the Grande Prairie Inn. Photographs commissioned by Ken Sargent Pontiac Buick
Location: 0190.02.01.1171.01-.19
Innes Livestock, June 27, 1991
20; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 5 x 5
Innes Livestock operation showing cattle grazing in pasture, cattle being herded and sorted, and buildings. Photographs commissioned by Innes Livestock, contact is Cliff Innes.
Location: 0190.02.01.1172.01-.20
Ayrshire Orchestra -Composite High School, July 3, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra, guests of the Composite High School Orchestra. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, contact is Mike Townsend.
Location: 0190.02.01.1173.01
Innes Livestock-Making Silage, July 16, 1991
12; 3 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Euipment in a field showing a silage making operation – Innes Livestock. Photographs commissioned by Innes Livestock, contact is Cliff Innes.
Location: 0190.02.01.1174.01-.12
Bill Bowes, July 24, 1991
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5
Bill Bowes, Friends of ’95 Canada Winter Games. Photographs commissioned by Friends of the ’95 Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1175.01
Wild Rose Manor, July 26, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Wild Rose Manor, residents and staff. Photographs commissioned by Wild Rose Manor, contact is Ann Grant.
Location: 0190.02.01.1176.01
AADAC Northern Addiction Centre, July 30, 1991
73; 19 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2 & 35 mm.; 5 x 5 & 4 x 6
Interiors, and exterior of the AADAC Northern Addictions Centre showing staff, people in gym, dining room, kitchen, classrooms, workout room, dormitory, clinic, large group photos, games room. Photographs commissioned by AADAC Northern Addictions Centre.
Location: 0190.02.01.1177.01-.73
Composite High School Reunion, August 3, 1991
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
1969 Reunion of the Composite High School showing a complete group photo outside and other male and female groupings (including basketball, volleyball, CGIT, Mrs. O’Brien’s best students, football, Scouts, and Swanavon students). Females include (maiden names) Darlene Repka, Betty Tissington, Ruth Alloway, Janet Longmate, Leslie Ayre and Mrs. O’Brien. Males include Ken Miller, Doug Duplessis and Doug Balcome. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie High School 1969 Reunion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1178.01-.07
Press Conference with Friends of the ’95 Games, September 11, 1991
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Friends of the ’95 Games press conference including representatives from North Peace Electric and The Herald Tribune. Photographs commissioned by Friends of the ’95 Games, but the cost of the assignment fee and prints was waived as a donation to the Friends.
Location: 0190.02.01.1179.01-.20
Ron Smith, September 19, 1991
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Ron Smith, Friends of the ’95 Games. Photograph commissioned by Ron Smith, presumably on behalf of the Friends of the ’95 Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1180.01-.04
Grande Prairie Advertising, September 13, 1991
8 negatives; colour; 235 mm.
Grande Prairie Advertising showing a salesman and product suitable for souvenirs. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Advertising. Cost of assignment fee and prints was exchanged by Paul Pivert for the same value of advertising from Grande Prairie Advertising.
Location: 0190.02.01.1181.01-.08
Winterlude Trophy – City of Grande Prairie, November 1, 1991
4; 1 negatives, photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Parks and Recreation – photos of stautue for “Winterlude Inuit Games” on the first place trophy. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie, Parks and Recreation (Muskoseepi Park), Jack Rogers is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1182.01-.04
Barb Veldhuis, Lawyer, November 5, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Barb Veldhuis, lawyer with Logan Watson & Co. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1183.01
Jim Watson, Lawyer, November 5, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jim Watson, lawyer, Logan Watson & Co. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1184.01
Ben Walisser, Lawyer, December 3, 1991
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ben Walisser, lawyer, Logan Watson & Co. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1185.01
Steve Shavers, Lawyer, November 5, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Steve Shavers, lawyer, Logan Watson & Co. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1186.01
John Croken, Canterra, Catholic School Board, November 20, 1991
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
John Croken, Canterra, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1187.01
Derek Taylor, G.P. School District #2357, December 18, 1991
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Derek Taylor, Past President of the Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club, Superintendent of the Grande Prairie School District. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club, contact is Marg Abbott-Brown.
Location: 0190.02.01.1188.01
Ken O’Shea, Catholic School Board, December 18, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ken O’Shea, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1189.01
Grant Burge, Catholic School Board, December 18, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grant Burge, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1190.01
Joe McEchern, Catholic School Board, December 20, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Joe McEchern, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1191.01
Carol Onushko, Catholic School Board, December 20, 1991
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Carol Onushko, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1192.01
Rick Adair, Catholic School Board, December 20, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rick Adair, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1193.01
Leo Kimpe, Catholic School Board, December 21, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2′ 5 x 5
Leo Kimpe, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1194.01
Dennis Grant, Catholic School Board, December 21, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dennis Grant, Superintendent, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1195.01
Sandi Uhl, Catholic School Board, December 21, 1991
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 ; 5 x 5
Sandi Uhl, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1196.01
David Lauch, Catholic School Board, 1991
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father David Lauch, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1197.01
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Queen’s visit for the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital, August 1, 1978. Queen has just stepped out of the car in front of the hospital and is shaking hands with an RCMP and Mayor Romanchuk. Prince Phillip walks toward them. Photograph commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.01
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
1; 2 negative; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 3 x 3 & 8 x 10
Queen’s visit for the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital, August 1, 1978. The Queen stands in center with Mayor Romanchuk and Prince Phillip and others behind her. Premier Lougheed is walking on the left. A seated crowd can be seen at the back as well as the current hospital building. Photograph commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.02
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
5 negatives; photographs; b & w;; 2 x 2; 3 x 3
Queen’s visit during the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital. The Queen begins her walk about in front of the crowd at the hospital, shakes hands with a Swanavon Nursing Home resident, and is seen standing in front of a marching band and then inside the Grande Prairie Regional College where she stands by a guest register accompanied by Mayor Romanchuk and Harry Quinn. Photographs commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.03-.07
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 8 x 10
Queen’s visit during the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital. The Queen, leaves the hospital in a limousine as a large crowd watches from in front of the nurses residence; a shot of the hospital grounds ringed with Legion members, a marching band, Candy Stripers, and Bownies; a shot of the plaque which reads “This plaque unveiled by Her Magesty the Queen August 1, 1978, to commemorate the Katherine Prittie Hospital.” Photographs commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.08-.10
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 8 x 10
Queen’s visit during the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital. The Queen, ready to leave Grande Prairie Regional College, shakes hands with President Henry Anderson as an RCMP holds the car door for her; the Queen walking from the College with Mayor Romanchuk and followed by Harry Quinn, and Prince Phillip, Mrs. Backusand others; the majorettes and the band performing; and a shot of the airplane standing ready at the airport. Photographs commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.11-.15
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
14 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 8 x 10
Queen’s visit during the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital. At the hospital grounds, the Queen unveils a plaque commemorating the Katherine Prittie Hospital; she greets several Swanavon Nursing Home residents, and Bill Bessent representing the Legion. There are shorts of the crowds surrounding a roped off central area, the marching band and majorettes performing; the Queen and Prince Phillip arriving and being greeted by Mayor Romanchuk; a shot of the Queen shaking hands with Ken Fox, hospital administrator; and shots of the Queen in front of a group of Brownies; being presented with flowers from a group of Candy Stipers; viewing the majorettes and marching band; turning the sod ; and standing with a group on the podium as Premier Lougheed speaks. Photographs commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.16-.29
QE II Hospital – Queen’s Visit, August 1978
3; 3 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5; 5 x 7
Queen’s visit during the ground breaking for the Q.E. II hospital. At the Grande Prairie Regional College, the Queen stands ready to sign a guest book as Mayor Romanchuk and Harry Quinn, College Board of Governors’ Chairman, watch. Then Prince Phillip signs and the Mayor and Harry Quinn observe and MLA Winston Backus and his wife and Henry Anderson, College President, are in the background. Photographs commisioned by Grande Prairie General Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1198.30-.32
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Ltd., 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Panda Camera Staff; Paul Pivert. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1199.01
Sherril Smith, Panda Camera Ltd., 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Panda Camera staff, Sherril Smith, Portrait Consultant. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1199.02
Valerie Shannon, Panda Camera Ltd., 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Panda Camera staff, Valerie Shannon, Studio Manager, Portrait Consultant. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1199.03
Suzie, Panda Camera Ltd., 1990
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Panda Camera staffer, Suzie, Portrait Consultant. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1199.04
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Staff photos 1989 (Xmas), 1989
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1200.01
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Staff photos 1989 (Xmas), 1989
1 photograph; b & w; 4 x 5
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Staff photos 1989 (Xmas) showing Paul Pivert with staff members Darlene Baik, ?, and Valerie Shannon. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1200.02
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Staff photos 1989 (Xmas), 1989
2 negatives; photographs; 1b & w & 1colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5 & 5 x 5
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera Staff photos 1989 (Xmas) showing Paul Pivert with staff members including Sherril Smith, Suzie ? and Valerie Shannon. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1200.03-.04
Staff photos – Panda Camera, [ca. 1990]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff: Val, Paul, and Bonnie. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1201.01
Staff photos – Panda Camera, [ca. 1990]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff: Paul Pivert. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1201.02
Staff photos, [ca. 1990]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff: Valerie Shannon, Paul Pivert and Stu Kasdorf. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1202.01
Staff photos – Paul, [ca. 1990]
1 photograph; colour; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff, Paul Pivert. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1202.02
Staff photos (Xmas 1990), 1990
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A group of five Panda Camera staff outside the shop and a group of three taken inside include Valerie Shannon, Paul Pivert, and Stu Kasdorf. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1203.01-.06
Paul Pivert, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff: Paul Pivert taken outside with trees in the background. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1204.01
Panda Camera Staff, Stu Kasdorf, 1987
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Panda Camera Staff: Stu Kasdorf, taken outside with trees in the background. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1204.02
Muskoseepi Park in Winter, [ca. 1991]
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Winterlude Scene in Muskoseepi Park, showing the Grande Prairie Mueum and Bear Creek valley. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1205.01-.02
Albright & Wilson Construction, February 26, 1992
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Albright & Wilson Construction, showing a large commercial building. Photographs commissioned by Albright & Wilson Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.1206.01-.02
West Air, October 2, 1991
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Three men stand and shake hands by a small airplane. Photographs commissioned by West Air, Terry Huber is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1207.01-.04
Alberta Energy Corp. Awards, March 18, 1992
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Alberta Energy Corp. awards banquet, showing individual speakers and a group photo of award winners. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Energy Corp. (Hythe).
Location: 0190.02.01.1208.01-.14
Trish Wright, March 25, 1992
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Trish Wright, New Democrats candidate, Grande Prairie Constituency. Photographs commissioned by New Democrats Grande Prairie Constituency, contact is Eng Norman.
Location: 0190.02.01.1209.01-.04
St. Joseph First Communion – St. Clement’s & St. Gerard’s, 1992
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
St. Joseph First Communion – St. Clement’s & St. Gerard’s, showing each school’s first communion class dressed for the occasion with the priest in the center of the group. Although individual photographs were ordered by various people, there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1210.01-.02
P & G Group, May 7, 1992
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
A large group photo of Procter and Gamble employees and one with three men holding an award with a large group behind them. Photographs commissioned by Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.1211.01-.02
First Communion – Kateri Mission and St Pat’s Schools, 1992
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Groups of students dressed for First Communion from St. Patrick’s (Montpetit), and Kateri Mission schools with their teachers. Although individual photographs were ordered by various people, there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1212.01-.03
Tissington Construction – Market Square, May 1992
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Tissington Construction – Market Square, copy work, showing the design for their proposed development of the area between 97 Avenue and 99 Avenue between 100 Street and 99 Street. Photographs commissioned by Tissington Construction.
Location: 0190.02.01.1213.01-.03
City of Grande Prairie – Dinosaur Festival, June 11, 1992
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Dinosaur Festival display photographs for posters. Photographs commissioned by City of Grande Prairie Recreation Department, Patti Trautman is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1214.01
Grande Prairie Regional College & ADAAC, [ca. 1992]
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College and ADAAC; photo taken from across the resevoir. No record of fees charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1215.01-.02
Grande Prairie Regional College, [ca. 1992]
10 transparencies; colour; 2 x 2
Photo of Grande Prairie Regional College, exterior and interior shots, emphasizing the architectural features and sculptures. No record of fees charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1215.03-.12
Charlie Penson, August 26, 1992
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Charlie Penson, campaign photos for federal member of parliament for the Reform party. Photograph commissioned by Charlie Penson Reform Campaign.
Location: 0190.02.01.1216.01
Composite High School Orchestra, September 16, 1992
2; 1 negative; photograph; b & w & colour; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 4
Composite High School Orchestra, photograph taken for tour promotional purposes. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School Orchestra, Mike Townsend is the contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1217.01-.02
Judy Roschlaub, September 17, 1992
2; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Judy Roschlaub, campaign photo. Photograph commissioned by Judy Roschlaub.
Location: 0190.02.01.1218.01-.04
Terry Hammond, September 17, 1992
6; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm
Terry Hammond, Hospital Board campaign photo. Photograph commissioned by Terry Hammond.
Location: 0190.02.01.1219.01-.06
Alex Patterson, September 18, 1992
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Alex Patterson, alderman candidate publicity photo. Photograph commissioned by Alex Patterson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1220.01-.04
Len Salacki, September 26, 1992
4 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Len Salacki, Catholic School Board campaign photographs. Photographs commissioned by Len Salacki.
Location: 0190.02.01.1221.01-.04
Glen Keddie, September 28, 1992
4; 1 negatives; photographs; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Glen Keddie, QEII Hospital Board (possibly campaign photo). Photograph commissioned by Glen Keddie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1222.1-.04
Bruce Barry, September 30, 1992
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Bruce Barry, lawyer. Photograph commissioned by Kay Shipley McVey Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1223.01
Brenda Strom, October 2, 1992
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Brenda Strom, Hospital Board campaign photo. Photographs commissioned by Brenda Strom.
Location: 0190.02.01.1224.01-.04
Len Salacki, November 7, 1992
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Len Salacki, Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1225.01
Grande Prairie Public School District, November 7, 1992
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Public School District Board Christmas party and awards. L-R: Derek Taylor, Superintendent; Clyde Blackburn; Bob Elliott, MP; Paulette Kurylo, Campbell Ross, ?. The second photo is a large group of teachers, office staff, administration from various schools, board members and administration. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District No. 2357, contact was Evelyn Seewalt.
Location: 0190.02.01.1226.01-.02
Weyerhaeuser, [ca. 1992]
6; 4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2 & 35 mm; 5 x 5 & 4 x 6
A log truck and chip truck (driven by Mike Clerque) are seen pulling into the Weyerhaeuser Mill at night. Two inside workers keep a tally of the trucks coming in. Photographs commissioned by Weyerhaueser Canada, Larry O’Connor (Wood Procurement Manager) named as contact.
Location: 0190.02.01.1227.01-.06
Terry Gorman, January 8, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Terry Gorman, Grande Prairie and District Agricultural Society, Evergreen Park. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie and District Agricultural Society.
Location: 0190.02.01.1228.01
Terry Clackson, January 15, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Terry Clackson, Grande Prairie Public School District. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District No. 2357.
Location: 0190.02.01.1229.01
Paulette Kurylo, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Paulette Kurylo, Grande Prairie Public School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Public School District No. 2357.
Location: 0190.02.01.1230.01
Marilyn Grubb, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photoraph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Marilyn Grubb, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1231.01
Colin Campbell, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Colin Campbell, Grande Prairie Legion President. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion (Grande Prairie Branch).
Location: 0190.02.01.1232.01
Jack Thorpe, February 24, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jack Thorpe, Royal Canadian Legion. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion (Grande Prairie Branch).
Location: 0190.02.01.1233.01
Campbell Ross, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Campbell Ross, Grande Prairie Public School Board portrait. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1234.01
Brenda Strom, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Brenda Strom, QE II Hospital Board of Trustees. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1235.01
Kathleen Waterhouse, March 12, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Kathleen Waterhouse, QE II Hospital Board of Trustees. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1236.01
Joanne Fullerton, March 19, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Joanne Fullerton, belly dancer. Photograph commissioned by Joanne Fullerton, sitting fee covered by gift certificate.
Location: 0190.02.01.1237.01
Alberta Energy Awards, [ca. 1993]
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Alberta Energy Awards including a luncheon, speakers, awards presentations, and honoring one particular couple. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Energy (Hythe).
Location: 0190.02.01.1238.01-.24
Cyril Gurevitch, April 14, 1993
1 negative, photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Cyril Gurevitch, lawyer. Assumed commissioner is Cyril Gurevitch.
Location: 0190.02.01.1239.01
Art Dievert, April 21, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Art Dievert, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1240.01
Lavern Sorgaard, April 21, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lavern Sorgaard, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1241.01
Glen Keddie, April 28, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Glen Keddie, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1242.01
Kelly Sutherland, April 28, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Kelly Sutherland, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1243.01
Devonne Norman, May 12, 1993
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Devonne Norman, lawyer with Kay, Shipley, McVey. Photographs commissioned by Kay Shipley McVey Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1244.01
Rob Neil, May 12, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rob Neil, QE II Hospital Board trustee. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1245.01
WCB, June 21, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Bob Elliott, Member of Parliament, presents an award to Workers’ Compensation Board representative in front of their office with office staff grouped around them. Photographs commissioned by WBC, Contact is Lane Smith.
Location: 0190.02.01.1246.01
The Pete Eager Fire Station, July 2, 1993
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Celebrating the dedication of the new fire station on location are representatives of the Eager family including Mrs. Eager, wife of Pete, the former fire chief; Oscar Blais representing the City of Grande Prairie; and the current fire chief. Also two group photos of the fire department employees, are taken from overhead. Photographs possibly commissioned by the City of Grande Prairie or by Grande Prairie Fire Department Reunion ’93, contact is Bill Walker.
Location: 0190.02.01.1247.01-.03
Sterling Pulp Chemicals, July 9, 1993
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Presentation by Sterling Pulp Chemicals to a group, including different speakers and group shots. Photographs commissioned by Sterling Pulp Chemicals Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1248.01-.20
Burden Bearer Group, July 14, 1993
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Four members of the Burden Bearer Group: Bob Reid, Geoff Cornelsen, Peter Penner, and Eleanor Willis. Photograph commissioned by Burden Bearers.
Location: 0190.02.01.1249.01
Dave Ridgeway, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dave Ridgeway, National Party of Canada. Photograph commissioned by National Party of Canada.
Location: 0190.02.01.1250.01
Risely Equipment Ltd., August 16, 1993
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Risley Equipment machine: a RotoSaw and the Cab from the RotoSaw. Photographs commissioned by Risely Equipment Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1251.01-.04
First Communion, May 2 and 8, 1993
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 3.5 x 4.5 & 5 x 5
Seven groups of children from various Catholic Schools in Grande Prairie dressed ready for First Communion and grouped with their teacher and the priest. Although individual photographs were ordered by various people, there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid, therefore assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1252.01-.07
Clyde Blackburn, September 1, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Clyde Blackburn, Grande Prairie School District #2357, trustee. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie School District #2357.
Location: 0190.02.01.1253.01
Iona Saldanha, Lawyer, September 18, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x w; 5 x 5
Iona Saldanha, lawyer with Logan Watson & Co. Photograph commissioned by Logan Watson & Co. Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1254.01
Chamber of Commerce, September 23, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Chamber of Commerce group standing beside their office building include Robin Schneider, Judy Keddie, Julia Barteski, Trenton Perrot and Jerry Pink. Photograph commissioned by Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.1255.01
Alberta Power Ltd., September 27, 1993
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2;
Two Alberta Power workers (including Keith Burns): one sitting at a computer in the office and one checking the transformers at a substation. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Power Limited, contact is Darlene Crowell (Edmonton).
Location: 0190.02.01.1256.01-.02
Grande Prairie Inn, October 10, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Inn exterior view. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Inn.
Location: 0190.02.01.1257.01
Diana Strid – Models, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Model shoots showing 7 women including Diana Strid. Photographs commissioned by Stridivarius, contact is Diana Strid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1258.01
Larry Wells, Lawyer, [ca. 1993]
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Larry Wells, lawyer with Kay Shipley McVey. Photograph commissioned by Kay Shipley McVey Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1259.01
Formula Transport, December 28, 1993
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Formula Transport truck hauling a machine used in cutting timber. Photograph commissioned by Formula Transport
Location: 0190.02.01.1260.01
Great West Life, January 18, 1994
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Group of five women (Darcy Schultz, Pat, Michelle, Bonny, and Judy) from Great West Life. Photograph commissioned by Great West Life, contact is Darcy Schultz.
Location: 0190.02.01.1261.01
Catholic Family Services, March 4, 1994
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Catholic Family Services, Wild Rose Foundation presentation. John Boyle on the right; the photograph also includes Wayne Jaques. Photograph commissioned by Catholic Family Services, contact is Bob Nelson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1262.01
GM-Chevy Supergroup, March 17, 1994
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
GM-Chevy Supergroup workshop at the Grande Prairie Inn, showing speakers, group work sessions and group photos. Photographs commissioned by Supergroup, a division of MacLaren:Lintas Inc. (Calgary), contact is Bruce G. Elliott.
Location: 0190.02.01.1263.01-.14
Collins Barrow Finance Workshop, March 25, 1994
4; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Collins Barrow Finance Workshop showing a speaker using a flip chart in front of a group of participants.
Location: 0190.02.01.1264.01-.04
Collins Barrow Finance Workshop, March 25, 1994
8; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Collins Barrow Finance Workshop at the Grande Prairie Inn showing a group of participants and a facilitator directing their work. Photographs commissioned by Collins Barrow Chartered Accountants (Calgary), contact is J. Laurie Glans.
Location: 0190.02.01.1264.05-.12
Anne Wolfe-Walker, April 8, 1994
1; 3 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Anne Wolfe-Walker for Medulla Tech, School of Cosmotology. Negative of Anne and three photographs of the school showing students doing hair dressing and students in a classroom and studying. Assumed commissioner is Medulla Tech, although there is no record of a fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1265.01-.04
Weyerhaeuser, April 20, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
An artist’s portrayal of Weyerhaeuser Mill, copy work. Photograph commissioned by Weyerhaueser Canada Ltd., contacts are Norm Carlberg or Lori Onischenko.
Location: 0190.02.01.1266.01
Tree Savers International, April 21, 1994
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Tree Savers International, showing a Freightliner equipped truck with the motto, “Safety in Design for Safety in Service”. Photographs commissioned by Tree Savers International.
Location: 0190.02.01.1267.01-.02
Marvin Bird – Wall of Fame, June 15, 1994
2; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm; 4 x 6
Marvin Bird – Sports Wall of Fame. Photograph commissioned by Marvin Bird.
Location: 0190.02.01.1268.01-.02
Dr. Richard Ferguson, August 5, 1994
1 negative; b & w; 2 x 2
Dr. Richard Ferguson, dentist, Towne Centre Mall, AGT Yellowpages advertisement photo. Photograph commissioned by Dr. Richard Ferguson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1269.01
Rockwell Servicing, Fred Stuart, August 16, 1994
3; 1 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.
A group of five men who work for Rockwell Servicing, including Fred Stuart. Photographs commissioned by Rockwell Servicing Inc., contact is Fred Stuart.
Location: 0190.02.01.1270.01-.03
Saan Store – Grand Opening, August 18, 1994
20; 18 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Saan Store – Grand Opening at their 11505-99 St. location, showing exterior, crowds waiting to get in, and interior department displays of clothing, groups of employees, a children’s center, wine and cheese set out and CFGP on location. Photographs commissioned by Saan Store.
Location: 0190.02.01.1271.01-.20
Frank Stoll, September 2, 1994
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Frank Stoll working on fixing machinery in the Pioneer Museum, Grande Prairie. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum Society.
Location: 0190.02.01.1272.01-.08
Ted Blowers, October 7, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ted Blowers, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1273.01
Jim Boyd, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jim Boyd, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1274.01
Gail Briggs, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gail Briggs, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1275.01
Judy Campbell, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Judy Campbell, Mistahia Regional Health Authority – Vice Chair. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1276.01
Jean Connolley, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 2; 5 x 5
Jean Connolley, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1277.01
Pat Jacobs, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Pat Jacobs, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1278.01
Lucille Partington, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lucille Partington, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1279.01
Lavern Sorgaard, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lavern Sorgaard, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1280.01
Sheila Stilling, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sheila Stilling, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1281.01
Brenda Strom, October 8, 1994
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Brenda Strom, Mistahia Regional Health Authority – Chair. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1282.01
Linda Sutley, October 8, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Linda Sutley, Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1283.01
John Krol, November 15, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
John Krol, Grande Prairie Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1284.01
Paul Pivert, November 18, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Paul Pivert, Panda Camera. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1285.01
Planvest Financial Corp., December 1, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Planvest Financial Corp.: Bev Gascon, Audrey MacMillan, Joan Gibbs (computer operator), Barbara Lamoureux, and Mark Lamoureux. Photograph commissioned by Planvest Financial Corp.
Location: 0190.02.01.1286.01
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Administration, December 2, 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Photo of 90 administration staff of Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1287.01
Canada Winter Games Marketing, December 1994
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games jacket. Assumed commissioner is Canada Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1288.01
Mistahia “Sharing the Territory”, December 14, 1994
7 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Mistahia “Sharing the Territory” celebrations at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1289.01-.07
Risley Equipment, December 22, 1994
3 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Risley Equipment showing a large employee group taken from ovehead, and two photos of their “Lim-it” machine. Photograph commissioned by Risely Equipment, contact persons are Rod Barrand and Len Wilson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1290.01-.03
Canada Games ’95 Jacket, January 11, 1995
2; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games ’95, volunteer jacket, modelled by Odette. Photograph commissioned by Canada Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1291.01-.02
Sarah Nyrose, January 12, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sarah Nyrose stands beside the swimming pool in her swimwear showing winning medals around her neck, for use on the cover of the Lung Association magazine “Second Wind.” Photograph commissioned by Alberta Lung Association, contact is Deb Bauder.
Location: 0190.02.01.1292.01
Mistahia Meets in Grande Cache, January 16, 1995
10 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Mistahia’s “Sharing the Territory” Trip to Grande Cache. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1293.01-.10
Canada Games – Lauzon Home Appliances, January 19, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Games , Lauzon Home Appliances, showing Leo Lauzon and staff member inside his store. Assumed commissioner is Canada Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1294.01
Windsor Ford, January 20, 1995
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Windsor Ford on 13105-100 St. Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Windsor Ford.
Location: 0190.02.01.1295.01-.03
Canada Games ’95, January 24, 1995
7; 4 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Games ’95 souvenir clothing and “Boreal and Aurora” bears; model is Odette. Photographs commissioned by Canada Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1296.01-.07
Paul and Janice Juss, January 28, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Paul and Janice Juss, Victory Church on the Rock. Photograph commissioned by Victory Church on the Rock.
Location: 0190.02.01.1297.01
Brian and Connie Moffatt, January 28, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Brian and Connie Moffatt, Victory Church on the Rock. Photograph commissioned by Victory Church on the Rock.
Location: 0190.02.01.1298.01
Grande Prairie Regional College – Alberta Ballet, February 3, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Regional College – Alberta Ballet. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1299.01
South Peace Health Unit, February 3, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 4
Photo of South Peace Health Unit staff taken outside at the Dunes Golf Course Clubhouse. Photographs commissioned by South Peace Health Unit, contact is Toni Tessar, but original envelope notes the entire job was not charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1300.01
Canada Winter Games ’95 Pins, February 10, 1995
23 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Canada Winter Games ’95 Pins. Photographs commissioned by 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games, contact is Linda Smoke.
Location: 0190.02.01.1301.01-.23
Joe Kramer, February 14, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Joe Kramer, Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District #28.
Location: 0190.02.01.1302.01
Mistahia Meets in Grimshaw, February 16, 1995
10; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2;5 x 5
Mistahia Regional Health Authority’s “Sharing the Territory” trip to Grimshaw-Berwyn. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1303.01-.10
Mistahia Meets in Fairview, February 15, 1995
10 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Mistahia Regional Health Authority’s “Sharing the Territory” meets at the Fairview Health Complex. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1304.01-.10
Mistahia Meets in Valleyview, February 21, 1995
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mistahia Regional Health Authority’s “Sharing the Territory” trip to Valleyview. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1305.01-.07
Canada Winter Games Opening Ceremonies, February 24, 1995
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games Opening Ceremonies shots taken inside the Canada Games Arena. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1306.01-.06
Leah Nattras and Jason Parker, February 24, 1995
3 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Leah Nattras and Jason Parker, long track speed skaters, Canada Winter Games, shown individually in their Team Saskatchewan skating outfits and displaying medals and then together with Al and Donna Granberg (medal designers). Jason won 4 gold medals in the Games. Weyerhaeuser was a major sponsor of the Games and their contact was Lloyd Steeves. Photographs commissioned by Weyerhaueser.
Location: 0190.02.01.1307.01-.03
Canada Games Vehicle, October 25, 1994
4; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Canada Games vehicle, a white Jimmy, with all the Canada Games symbols on it and two men showing it off. Likely commissioned by 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games or by GM, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1308.01-.04
Hockey at Crystal Centre, December 23, 1994
31; 8 negatives; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 5
Sweden and Finland hockey game at the Crystal Centre and shots of people in the foyer including kids getting autographs from Canada’s hockey players. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1309.01-.31
Canada Winter Games – Cross Country Volunteers, 1995
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games – Cross Country volunteers, crowd watching from the balcony of the chalet and the medal ceremonies, February 23 and March 1, 1995. Photograph of cross country volunteers presumably commissioned by the volunteers, contact is Pieter Matthijsse, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1310.01-.04
Sun Ice – Winter Games, February 28, 1995
14 slides; colour; 2 x 2
Images featuring Sun Ice clothing for Canada Winter Games and showing Prime Minister Chretien meeting and speaking, the mascots, Boreal and Aurora with volunteers, the cross country skiiers, and the medal ceremonies. Photographs commissioned by Sun Ice (Calgary), contact is Janice Rempel.
Location: 0190.02.01.1311.01-.14
Canada Winter Games ’95 – Management & Premier Klein’s Group, March 2, 1995
11 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games ’95 management groups and Premier Klein’s delegation which included the Premier and his wife, Garry Mar, Walter Paszkowski, Ty Lund, and Wayne Jacques, at the Grande Prairie Inn. Photos include round table meetings, and Tom Thompson, Games President, presenting Ralph Klein with a jacket. Photographs commissioned by 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1312.01-.11
Canada Winter Games ’95 Closing Ceremony, March 4, 1995
4 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Winter Games ’95 Closing Ceremony showing the inside of the arena and the athletes streaming in and filling the floor area. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1313.01-.04
Team Alberta Power, March 6, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Canada Games ’95 Volunteers’ Team Alberta Power. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Power Limited, contacts are Fletcher Bootle and Heather Wardlow.
Location: 0190.02.01.1314.01
Linda Smith, March 7, 1995
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Linda Smith, author of children’s books. Photograph commissioned by Linda Smith.
Location: 0190.02.01.1315.01
Canada Winter Games ’95 Awards, March 4, 1995
4 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Awards at the Golden Age Centre for Cross Country Ski events and flag bearers and volunteer group at Nordic Trails site. Biathalon medals presented by Mort Timanson. Although individual photographs were ordered by various individuals, assume uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1316.01-.04
Richmond Square (Credit Union Building), March 7, 1995
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Negative of the Credit Union building on Richmond Square, 9804 100 Ave, taken in 1995, owned by Granalta Management Corp. Photograph commissioned by Granalta Management Corp (P. Grant Evashkevich). File retrieved from the archives by Paul Evaskevich in May 2007. Two negatives retained in the archives for the collection.
Location: 0190.02.01.1317.01
Northwestern Utilities Awards, March 14, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Northwestern Utilities, safety and long employment awards presentation at the Trumpeter Motor Inn. Photographs commissioned by Northwestern Utilities, contact is Mel Haase.
Location: 0190.02.01.1318.01
Mistahia Regional Health Authority, March 22, 1995
7 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mistahia Regional Health Authority celebrating the handover of the South Peace Health Unit in the Provincial Building. Dignitaries include Mayor Gord Graydon, Dr. Winters, Brenda Strom, President of Mistahia. Also included is a photo of the Mistahia Board taken on the stairs of the building. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1319.01-.07
Royal Canadian Legion Executive, April 5, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Royal Canadian Legion Executive, in uniform, for a formal group photo: Bill Murray, Jack Thorpe, Fred Dobbyn, Doug Saunders, Ed Jebb, Judi Thomas, Mac Kennedy, Vic Wiegel, Bill Evans, Pete Dziwenko, Julie Barteski, Sharon Love, Karen Boyde, Brian Boyde, Bob McKinny, and Norm Nerdahl. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion Branch #054, contact is Bill Murray.
Location: 0190.02.01.1320.01
Moe Morgan, April 7, 1995
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Moe Morgan of the Royal Canadian Legion, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion Branch #054.
Location: 0190.02.01.1321.01
Second Street Theatre “Nunsense II”, April 6, 1995
16; 5 negatives; photographs; colour & b & w; colour & b & w; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Second Street Theatre production of “Nunsense II”which included actors Cathy Harper, Les Bremnar, and Sidney Larter. Photographs commissioned by Second Street Theatre, contact is Lane Smith.
Location: 0190.02.01.1322.01-.16
Grande Prairie – Downtown Scenes, April 6, 1995
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Scenes from 99 Avenue and 100 Avenue downtown Grande Prairie, including Town Center Mall, the Library, Picture Perfect, Andres, and retail stores on 100 Avenue between 100 Street and 99 Street. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1323.01-.16
Robert Guest, April 29, 1995
8 negatives; colour; 25 mm.
Robert Guest, artist and author, at a book signing for his book “Trail North” at Coles bookstore. The book is about the Hinton Trail. Assumed commissioner is Robert Guest.
Location: 0190.02.01.1324.01-.08
Doug Saunders, Legion Member, May 16, 1995
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Doug Sanders, Legion Member. Photograph commissioned by Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1325.01
Ken Fox Farewell, March 11, 1995
36 negatives; colour; 35 mm.
Farewell for Ken Fox, administrator QEII Hospital, includes a large group of well wishers, a string band, decorations, speeches, presentations, group photos, and food and drinks. Carmen Haakstad is contact. No record of an assignment fee being charged or paid, therefore assumed uncommissioned work, although the photographs may have been commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
Location: 0190.02.01.1326.01-.36
Unchaga ’94, 1994
11; 10 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Unchaga ’94, a celebration of peace and cultural diversity with song, dance and speakers, held at Dunvegan including the opening of the interpretive center there. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1327.01-.11
Aerials of Grande Prairie, June 1, 1995
19 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Aerials of Grande Prairie showing 100 Street and 100 Avenue from different angles, Resources Road, Prairie Mall, AADAC, Ivy Lake district being developed, Crystal Park School and Crystal Ridge homes, Bear Creek and Muskoseepi Park showing the divided highway downtown to the west. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1328.01-.19
Cessco Fabricating (Weyerhauser), August 1995
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Cessco Fabricating photos showing a Cessco-built kiln at Weyerhaueser. Photographs commissioned by Cessco Fabricating and Engineering Ltd. (Edmonton), contact is Keith Burrows.
Location: 0190.02.01.1329.01-.06
Mistahia Meets in Worsley, August 8, 1995
8 negatives, photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mistahia Regional Health Authority’s “Sharing the Territory” trip to Worsley. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia.
Location: 0190.02.01.1330.01-.08
Burgess & Gurevitch, September 7, 1995
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Office building of Burgess & Gurevitch law firm, 9931-106 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Burgess & Gurevitch Barristers and Solicitors.
Location: 0190.02.01.1331.01
Mistahia – Board, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
A group photo of the Mistahia Health Authority Board with members representing Fairview, Worsley, Grimshaw-Berwyn, Valleyview, Grande Cache, Beaverlodge, and Grande Prairie. Members include Lavern Sorgaard, Pat Jacobs, Brenda Strom, Ted Blowers, Jim Boyd, Sheila Stilling, and chief executive officer, Gerry Northam (center back). Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1332.01
Gerry Northam, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gerry Northam, Chief Executive Officer, Mistahia. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1333.01
Rod Attwell, Parish Pastoral Council,, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rod Attwell, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1334.01
Adele Bonetti, Parish Pastoral Council,, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Adele Bonetti, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1335.01
John Cabral, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
John Cabral, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1336.01
Shirley Gorman, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Shirley Gorman, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1337.01
Richard Hart, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Richard Hart, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1338.01
Rod Hartman, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rod Hartman, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1339.01
Ken Klukas, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Ken Klukas, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1340.01
Father Stan Liska, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father Stan Liska, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1341.01
Father David Louch, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father David Louch, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1342.01
Sister Carla Marie McCarville, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sister Carla Marie McCarville, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1343.01
Mary Martin, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mary Martin, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1344.01
Cliff Mitchell, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Cliff Mitchell, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1345.01
Cathy Morin, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Cathy Morin, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1346.01
Sheila Olsen, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Sheila Olsen, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1347.01
Larry Shepherd, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Larry Shepherd, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1348.01
Claudia Strehlke, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Claudia Strehlke, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1349.01
Gail Frey, Parish Pastoral Council, September 8, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Gail Frey, Parish Pastoral Council, Catholic Church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1350.01
Twelve Gauge (Band), September 20, 1995
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Band members are Brad Mates, Chris Hartman, Daniel Binns, _Allingham, _Johnson. Manager was Mary Feldberg and contact person was Lionel Allingham. Photographs commissioned by Next Generation (Goodfare).
Location: 0190.02.01.1351.01-.02
Father Joseph Kot, September 21, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father Joseph Kot. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1352.01
Peace Wapiti School Board, October 12, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Peace Wapiti School Board in Spirit River. Photograph includes Brock Smith, Lynn Phillips, John Zaichowski, Doug Wild, Everett MacDonald, Fern White, Elouise Johnson, Harry Sandlow, Gerry Mazer, Murray Donahue, Roger Rymhs, and Darwin Eckstrom, Superintendent. Photograph commissioned by Peace Wapiti School Division.
Location: 0190.02.01.1353.01
City of Grande Prairie (214 Place), October 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2;; 5 x 5
City of Grande Prairie featuring 99 Avenue facing 214 Place and the Welcome sign. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1354.01
Peace Wapiti School Board, October 26, 1995
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Peace Wapiti School Board includes members Rick Erlendson and Gerry Mazer. Photograph commissioned by Peace Wapiti School Division.
Location: 0190.02.01.1355.01
Chamber of Commerce, January 16, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Chamber of Commerce: Back Row: far left – Mike O’Connor. Middle Row L-R: Trenton Perrott, Tracy Zuk, Norma Larson, Marilyn Whalen, ?, John Simpson. Front Row L-R: Robin Schneider, Steve Lukey, Anne McLeod, Debbie Smith, Carmen Haakstad, Ken Diachuk. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1356.01
Chamber of Commerce, January 16, 1996
10 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Chamber of Commerce members at a mixer in the Legion and publicising their “Chamber of Commerce Grande Advantage ’95” signage with five members standing in front of it. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1356.02-.11
Dennis Tink, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Portrait of Dennis Tink for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1357.01
Rob Neil, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Portrait of Rob Neil for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1358.01
Rick Patterson, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Rick Patterson for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1359.01
Percy Sekora, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Percy Sekora for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1360.01
Terry Tissington, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Terry Tissington for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1361.01
Judy Keddie, January 18, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Judy Keddie for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1362.01
Pete Merlo, January 19, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Pete Merlo for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1363.01
David Case, January 20, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
David Case for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1364.01
Jerry Bauer, January 19, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Jerry Bauer for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1365.01
Al Ulsifer, January 19, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Al Ulsifer for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1366.01
Murray Driver, January 19, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Murray Driver for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1367.01
Dean Langton, January 19, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Dean Langton for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1368.01
Kevin Hansen, January 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Kevin Hansen for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1369.01
Peter Woolsey, January 23, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Peter Woolsey for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1370.01
Catherine Norrie, January 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Catherine Norrie for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1371.01
Joe Stepaniuk, January 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Joe Stepaniuk for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1372.01
Richard Beauchamp, January 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Richard Beauchamp for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1373.01
Richard Mackie, January 24, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Richard Mackie for the Chamber of Commerce. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1374.01
Fred Perdue – Retirement, February 29, 1996
11 negatives; photoraphs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Fred Perdue retires from Northwestern Utilities. Photos include group shots with fellow workers, Fred in his office and beside his company vehicle, and the retirement party. Photographs commissioned by Northwestern Utilities.
Location: 0190.02.01.1375.01-.11
Corliss Burke, AADAC, March 1, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Corliss Burke, manager with Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Corliss Burke, although another possible commissioner is AADAC.
Location: 0190.02.01.1376.01
The Wizard of Oz, March 1, 1996
25 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
The Wizard of Oz production at the Grande Prairie Regional College Theatre includes portraits of the performers including the dog, and group shots of production workers and musicians standing on theatre steps. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Reigonal College Theatre, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1377.01-.25
Northwestern Utilities Safety Awards, March 8, 1996
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Northwestern Utilities presents safety awards. Photographs commissioned by Northwestern Utilities Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1378.01-.02
CDB (Canadian Development Bank), March 19, 1996
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Photos of representatives of Canadian Development Bank and Finning Caterpillar standing beside a piece of equipment called “Ultimate 5300” (possibly a feller buncher). Photographs commissioned by the Canadian Development Bank.
Location: 0190.02.01.1379.01-.02
Ken Sargent, April 30, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ken Sargent, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1380.01
Elmer Borstad, April 30, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Elmer Borstad, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1381.01
Ray Joberty, May 1, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Ray Joberty, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1382.01
Dr. John Case, April 30, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Dr. John Case, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1383.01
Phyllis Brazeau, May 4, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Phyllis Brazeau, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1384.01
Mike Frey, May 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Mike Frey, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1385.01
Violet DeLancey, May 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Violet DeLancey, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1386.01
Joanne Balance, May 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1387.01
Yvonne Dickson, May 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Yvonne Dickson, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1388.01
Tom Thompson, May 25, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Tom Thompson, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1389.01
Ian Kay, May 28, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Ian Kay, QEII Hospital Foundation Board. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1390.01
Children’s Cursillo, May 25, 1996
4; 1 negatives; photogaph; colour; 35 mm; 4 x 6
A Children’s Cursillo, sponsored by the St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Grande Prairie. Contact is Bert Hunt. Assumed commissioner is Children’s Cursillo, although there is no record of a fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1391.01-4
Gerry Mazer, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Gerry Mazer, QE II Foundation. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1392.01
Harry Schneider, June 5, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Harry Schneider, QE II Foundation. Assumed commissioner is the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1393.01
Jerry Bauer, July 4, 1996
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jerry Bauer, new President of Canfor, Alberta Region. Photograph commissioned by Canfor.
Location: 0190.02.01.1394.01
Dr. Willis H. Lawton, July 6, 1996
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2
Dr. Willis H. Lawton, Theodore Court Clinic Ltd. Photographs commissioned by Dr. Willis H. Lawton.
Location: 0190.02.01.1395.01
Mistahia Health Board, August 15, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mistahia Health Board. Photographs commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority, contact is Cheryl Blackman.
Location: 0190.02.01.1396.01
Grande Prairie Catholic School District (GPRCSSD), August 30, 1996
9 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Opening Day Mass and dedication service for the group of new teachers hired by the Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District held in St. Joseph Church. The speaker is Dennis Grant. Some groups are presented with small gifts and one group is holding a small award? Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1397.01-.09
Wedgewood Developments, September 11, 1996
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Wedgewood Developments showing new homes built. Photographs commissioned by Wedgewood Developments.
Location: 0190.02.01.1398.01-.02
Grande Prairie Regional College, September 17, 1996
4 transparencies; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Regional College, four front views. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1399.01-.04
Odyssey House, September 27, 1996
11 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Odyssey House, a women’s shelter, showing the front exterior and back yard and the interior rooms -office, bedrooms, kitchen and chidren’s playroom. Assumed commissioner is Odyssey House, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1400.01-.11
Gerry Northam, October 1, 1996
2 negatives; photograph; b & w; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Gerry Northam, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1401.01-.02
Judy Campbell, October 1, 1996
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 35 mm
Judy Campbell, Mistahia Health Authority. Assumed commissioner is Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1402.01
Peter Goertzen, October 27, 1996
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Peter Goertzen, curator, poses with another couple in a gallery display in the Pioneer Museum, in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1403.01
Larry Shepherd, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Larry Shepherd, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1404.01
Mary-Ann Keenan, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mary-Ann Keenan, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1405.01
Bonnie Kirk, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Bonnie Kirk, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1406.01
Lanny Brown, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Lanny Brown, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1407.01
Father Bill Bernard, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father Bill Bernard, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1408.01
Frank Appel, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Frank Appel, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1409.01
Keith Lemay, October 30, 1996
1 negative, photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Keith Lemay, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1410.01
Marian Graber, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Marian Graber, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1411.01
Mary Martin, October 30, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mary Martin, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1412.01
Father Kot, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father Kot, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1413.01
Father Fleming, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Father Fleming, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1414.01
Joyce Wales, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
Joyce Wales. Assumed commissioner is Joyce Wales.
Location: 0190.02.01.1415.01
Mike Kosyk, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mike Kosyk, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1416.01
Karen Backmeyer, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Karen Backmeyer, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1417.01
Rod Attwell, October 31, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rod Attwell, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1418.01
Jim Davis, November 1, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jim Davis, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1419.01
Northern Vision Centre, November 1, 1996
4; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Northern Vision Centre in Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Northern Vision Centre.
Location: 0190.02.01.1420.01-.04
Adele Bonetti, November 7, 1996
1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Adele Bonetti, St. Joseph Parish Council. Photograph commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1421.01
Great West Life, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
A group of Great West Life representatives including Judy Callioux, Mardelle Huss, Michelle Jones, Pat O’Reilly, Adele Thompson, and Kim Tattari. Photograph commissioned by Great West Life.
Location: 0190.02.01.1422.01
Ted Blowers, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ted Blowers, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1423.01
Linda Sutley, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colur; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Linda Sutley, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1424.01
Carole Cornwell, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Carole Cornwell, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1425.01
Pat Jacobs, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Pat Jacobs, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1426.01
Jean Connolley, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Jean Connolley, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1427.01
Mildred Chowace, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mildred Chowace, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1428.01
Lucille Partington, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 3; 5 x 5
Lucille Partington, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1429.01
Judy Campbell, November 20, 1996
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Judy Campbell, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1430.01
Ledcor Trucks, November 21, 1996
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Two Ledcor trucks outfitted with Manitex 2592. Photographs commissioned by Ledcor Industries, contact is Greg Schettle.
Location: 0190.02.01.1431.01-.02
Chamber of Commerce Mixer, December 1996
20; 11 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Chamber of Commerce Mixer: involves a large group of business and professional people including Judy and Glen Keddie, Linda Dunbar, Sandi Stetson, Ron Bauer, Richard Engel, Audrey Nerbas, Dennis Grant, Ken O’Shea, Ken Gorgichuk, Steve Lee, Troy Valin, John Simpson, Carmen Haakstad, Robin Schneider, and Derek Hall. Photographs commissioned by Chamber of Commerce.
Location: 0190.02.01.1432.01-.20
William Dyck Retirement, January 6, 1997
15 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Retirement party of Northwestern Utilities Supervisor, William Dyck, showing formal group photos with employee groups and with his wife, the presentation to William, and banquet shots showing the larger group assembled. Photographs commissioned by Northwestern Utilities Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1433.01-.15
William McCallum and Harvey Fontaine, January 14, 1997
18 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Northwestern Utilities retirement party for William Mc Callum and Harvey Fontaine, showing formal group photos with wives and with employee groups, presentations to each man and banquet shots showing the larger group assembled. Photographs commissioned by Northwestern Utilities Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1434.01-.18
Roy Borstad, January 24, 1997
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Roy Borstad, Reeve, County of Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by Roy Borstad for use in a magazine.
Location: 0190.02.01.1435.01
Stanford Inn, January 26, 1997
20 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Stanford Inn, showing the lobby, hotel rooms, dining room, bar, murals, and signage. Photographs commissioned by Stanford Motor Inn.
Location: 0190.02.01.1436.01-.20
Canadian Cancer Society, February 25, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Canadian Cancer Society photo showing a man (possibly Jerry Bauer, Woodlands Operations, Canfor) with a young girl holding a bouquet of daffodils. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Cancer Society.
Location: 0190.02.01.1437.01
McLennan/Grouard Cursillo, March 8, 1997
2; 1 negatives; photograph; colur; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
McLennan/Grouard Cursillo held at Kateri Mission School. Photographs commissioned by Grouard-McLennan Cursillo Movement, contact is Marg Martin, Director of Cursillos.
Location: 0190.02.01.1438.01-.02
John Simpson, March 18, 1997
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
John Simpson, the Mutual Group and Mistahia Regional Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1439.01
Hideo Fukushima, March 19, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Hideo Fukushima, Canterra Real Estate. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Real Estate Board.
Location: 0190.02.01.1440.01
Dennis Swinamer, March 30, 1997
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
A man holds a pool cue by a pool table which is in front of a wall mural of oversized animals at the Stanford Inn. Photograph commissioned by Dennis Swinamer.
Location: 0190.02.01.1441.01
Ken O’Shea, April 2, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 5
Ken O’Shea, Grande Prairie & District Catholic School Board. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1442.01
Women’s Cursillo, April 4, 1997
2; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 5
A group photo of a Women’s Cursillo at Kateri Mission School. Photographs commissioned by Grouard-McLennan Cursillo Movement, contact is Marg Martin, Director of Cursillos.
Location: 0190.02.01.1443.01
Comet Hale-Bopp, April 4, 1997
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Comet Hale-Bopp, photographs taken between 10 and 11:30 pm on April 4, 1997. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1444.01-.02
Virginia Smith, April 17, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Virginia Smith, Mistahia Health Authority. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1445.01
Kay, Shipley, McVey & Smith, April 25, 1997
1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Kay Shipley McVey & Smith, a social gathering possibly including families of the lawyers and staff, upstairs at Shark’s. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie and District United Way, contact is Lyle Carlstrom.
Location: 0190.02.01.1446.01
United Way, Grande Prairie and District, May 13, 1997
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
United Way, Grande Prairie and District – photo of a large group on a stage. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie and District United Way, contact is Lyle Carlstrom, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1447.01
QEII Hospital Heritage Tree Unveiling, May 14, 1997
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
QEII Hospital Heritage Tree Unveiling showing two levels of the QEII hospital foyer crowded with people and a group in front of the Heritage Tree including many of the donors named on the tree and the artist, Merv Bielish. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1448.01-.02
QE II Foundation – Heritage Tree Appreciation Dinner, May 7, 1997
unknown negatives; colour; 35 mm
Heritage Tree Appreciation Dinner featuring speakers, displays of history of the hospital services and groups around tables. Photographs commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1449
Downtown Scenes, May 1997
4; 2 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Exterior of CIBC, Interior of Unique Gallery. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1450.01-.04
Jubilee Celebration, May 1997
8; 5 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Jubilee Celebration of the Catholic Church in Grande Prairie at St. Joseph with speakers including Marie Stevens and Jennie Croken. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1451.01-.08
Dr.Hilary Wynters, May 15, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Dr.Hilary Wynters, Grande Prairie Health Unit. Photograph commissioned by Mistahia Regional Health Authority.
Location: 0190.02.01.1452.01
GPRCSSD, June 16, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District Board of Trustees. They include Bill Dunne, John Croken in part of the back row and Carol Onushko, Dennis Grant, and Ken O’Shea in front row. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1453.01
Nancy Kloster, June 24, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Nancy Kloster, QEII Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1454.01
County of Grande Prairie, August 5, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2
County of Grande Prairie councillors including Roy Borstad (Reeve), Everett McDonald (Deputy Reeve), Lrone McNutt, Pat Jacobs, Milton Hommy, Edward Czerniawsky, Brock Smith, Richard Harpe, and Mary Ann Eckstrom. Photograph commissioned by County of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1455.01
AADAC Northern Addiction Centre, August 6, 1997
12; 8 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Alberta Alcohol and Drug Addiction Center showing exterior, library, meeting room, and dining room. Photographs commissioned by AADAC Northern Addictions Centre, contact is Keith Hughes, Marketing Consultant.
Location: 0190.02.01.1456.01-.08
Toronto Dominion, August 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Demolition of theToronto Dominion Bank on 100 Street and 100 Avenue corner. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1457.01
Co-op Store Exterior, August 1997
5; 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 2 x 2 & 35 mm.; 5 x 5
Co-op Department Store Exterior advertising a “Camping Sale”and “Cash Machine”. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1458.01-.05
Alberta North Highway Services, September 8, 1997
100; 37 negatives; photographs; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Aerials of an Alberta North Highway Services highway building project showing a gravel pit and crusher, a bridge, highway gravelling and paving, then city photos including Gateway area and Grande Prairie Regional College and the highway bypass, downtown area showing 214 Place, Bear Creek and hospital, Canfor, Crystal Park School, AADAC, then Grande Cache, several lumber mills, and the Wapiti River. Photographs commissioned by Alberta North Highway Services Ltd., contact is Darrell W. Stone, manager.
Location: 0190.02.01.1459.01-.100
Mayor Gordon Graydon, October 7, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mayor Gordon Graydon, City of Grande Prairie. Photograph commissioned by City of Grande Prairie.
Location: 0190.02.01.1460.01
Men’s Cursillo, October 11, 1997
3; 1 negative; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Men’s Cursillo held at St. Joseph High School. Assumed commissioner is Grouard-McLennan Cursillo Movement, contact is Mary Martin.
Location: 0190.02.01.1461.01-03
Life in the Spirit Seminar, October 18, 1997
4, 1 negatives; photograph; colour; 35 mm.; 4 x 6
Life in the Spirit Seminar. Photographs commissioned by Life in the Spirit Seminar, contact is Bert Hunt.
Location: 0190.02.01.1462.01-.04
Bryn Kulmatycki, November 14, 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Bryn Kulmatycki, Roman Catholic School Division. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District.
Location: 0190.02.01.1463.01
Singing Christmas Tree, December 1997
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Singing Christmas Tree, performed in the Grande Prairie Alliance Church. Photograph commissioned by Elizabeth Reyes.
Location: 0190.02.01.1464.01
Mental Health, April 1997
6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Marg Regier and Doug Norton illustrate a counselling session involving working with children at Mental Health offices. Photographs commissioned by Alberta Government Mental Health Services.
Location: 0190.02.01.1465.01-.06
Con DC-6 Conair Airplane and Crew, August 1998
2 negatives; photographs; colour & b & w; colour & b & w; 2 x 2;; 5 x 5
Con DC-6 Conair Airplane and crew. Assumed commissioner is Conair, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1466.01-.02
Queen Elizabeth II Foundation, December 6, 1999
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Queen Elizabeth II Foundation Board of Directors. Board includes Dan Balisky, Bill Hunter, Glenn Keddie, Grant Menzies, Kelly Boyd, Ray Joberty, Mike Frey (Chair), Rob Neil, Nancy Kloster, Sheila Stilling, Ian Kay, Susan Babiuk, Phyllis Brazeau, Dr. John Case, John Simpson, Bernie McCalliou, and Evelyn Viens (Executive Director). Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1467.01
Rob Neil Financial Services Ltd., January 2000
2 negatives; colour; 2 x 2
Rob Neil Financial publicity photo includes Rob Neil, Pat O’Neill, Roxanne Campbell and one other. Photographs commissioned by Rob Neil Financial.
Location: 0190.02.01.1468.01-.02
Corliss Burke, AADAC, January 19, 2000
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Corliss Burke, AADAC. Photograph commissioned by AADAC.
Location: 0190.02.01.1469.01
She Mann’s – publicity, November 2000
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
She Mann’s hair stylists – publicity shots taken in the Grande Prairie Museum village. Photograph commissioned by She Mann’s Styling, contact is Diane Jobson.
Location: 0190.02.01.1470.01
Queen Elizabeth II Dream Home, October 3, 2000
11 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Queen Elizabeth II Dream Home – fund raiser for the QEII Foundation. Photos show each room of the home. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid. A bill dated a month earlier included (erroneously?) in another file suggests that the photographs may have been commissioned by L.C.’s Country Cottage.
Location: 0190.02.01.1471.01-.11
Prairie Gallery, April 17, 2000
2 transparencies; colour; 4 x 5
Prairie Gallery building and a photo of a painting by Euphemia Mc Naught. Photographs commissioned by Prairie Art Gallery.
Location: 0190.02.01.1472.01-.02
Co-op Restaurant, Snapshot, Prairie Gallery, Royal Bank, CIBC, 214 Place, April 17, 2000
7; 6 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Some of Grande Prairie’s downtown commercial buildings and its art gallery. Photographs commissioned by Prairie Art Gallery, but photographs not of the gallery are assumed uncommissioned.
Location: 0190.02.01.1472.03-.09
Firehall and Staff, October 2000
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Fire Department showing fire station, trucks and staff standing in front. Photograph commissioned by City of Grande Prairie Fire Department, contact is Charles Martin.
Location: 0190.02.01.1473.01-.02
Grande Prairie Fire Department, October 2000
16 negatives; photographs; b & w; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Grande Prairie Fire Department – photos taken inside the fire station on 102 Avenue and 101 Street before they moved to new premises, showing offices, staff room and recreation room, sleeping quarters, fire pole, kitchen and garage with trucks. Staff members are in some photos. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Fire Department, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1474.01-.16
Stanford Inn, November 6, 2000
17; 9 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Stanford Inn showing interior features such as multi-leveled entrance, diningroom and bar, conference room, billiards room, bedrooms with different features, and the wall mural. Images 190.02.01.1475.11-.17 appear to be of house interiors possibly unrelated to the Stanford Inn. Photographs commissioned by Stanford Inn.
Location: 0190.02.01.1475.01-.17
Museum Display -Teddy Bears and Dolls, November 3, 2000
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2
Grande Prairie Museum display, “Teddy Bears and Dolls.” Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum, contact is Peter Goertzen.
Location: 0190.02.01.1476.01
Risley Group, November 2000
1 negative; photograph; b & w; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Risley Group – Risley Equipment Ltd., Risley Forestry Attch.& Equipment with managers Reg, Emily and Dean Isley standing in front. Photograph commissioned by Risely Equipment.
Location: 0190.02.01.1477.01
Rob Neil Financial Staff, January 16, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Rob Neil Financial Office Staff: Pat, Rud, Mike Reid, Carrie Popadynek, and Rob Neil (center). Photograph commissioned by Rob Neil Financial.
Location: 0190.02.01.1478.01
Chantale Doucette, January 23, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Chantale Doucette, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1479.01
Glenda Lalonde, January 23, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Glenda Lalonde, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1480.01
Ken Truhn, February 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Ken Truhn, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1481.01
Brian Hillaby, December 2000
1 negative; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Brian Hillaby, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1482.01
Kevin Willsey, February 9, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Kevin Willsey, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1483.01
Coneco Equipment, March 2001
2 negatives; photographs; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Coneco Equipment showing a row of “Komat’su” lifter equipment and what is likely a salesman and a buyer. Photographs commissioned by Coneco Equipment Inc. (Calgary), contact is Jim Lazaruk, Territory Representative (Calgary).
Location: 0190.02.01.1484.01-.02
Judy Bittner, March 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Judy Bittner, QEII Hospital Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1485.01
Mike Hussey, February 5, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Mike Hussey, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1486.01
Dr. Garth Campbell, March 22, 2001
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 4 x 6
Dr. Garth Campbell, Queen Elizabeth II Foundation. Photograph commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation.
Location: 0190.02.01.1487.01
Panda Camera’s House of Portraits, 2000
1 negative; photograph; colour; 2 x 2; 5 x 5
Interior shot of Panda Camera’s House of Portraits. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1488.01
Petroleum Show, June 2001
12 ; 12 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 653 x 650 pixels
A Petroleum show held at Evergreen Park, Grande Prairie, featuring indoor and outdoor displays of petroleum industry equipment and products from several companies including Neil Withers Trucking, Kinetic, Weatherford, Norweld Stress Ltd., Gemini Helicopters, Roy Northern, Continuous Trucking, and Swanberg Bros. Trucking Ltd. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1489.01-.12
Regnum Christi Bear Lake, June 2001
72 ; 24 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 35mm ; 464 x 660 pixels
A Regnum Christi gathering held at Bear Lake. Regnum Christi is a group within the Catholic Church dedicated to personal spiritual growth and evangelization. Scenes include mealtimes (indoors and outdoors), groups of priests and participants, moving furniture, at mass, and sessions/lectures. Assumed commissioner is Regnum Christi.
Location: 0190.02.01.1490.01-.72
Composite High School Graduation, June 2001
2 photographs (jpg); colour; 650 x 654 pixels
A couple of group of graduates in formal clothing at the Composite High School Graduation banquet. Assumed commissioner is graduates in portrait or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1491.01-.02
Stompede Cattle Drive, June 2001
6 negatives ; photographs (jpg); b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 660 x 644 or 623 pixels
The Stompede Cattle Drive including riders and wagons along 100 Avenue at the intersection of 98 Street in Grande Prairie. Possibly commissioned by Sandra Hogg or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1492.01-.06
Lipizzaner Stallions, 2001
10 photographs (jpg); colour; 660 x 438 pixels
Photographs of the Lipizzaner Stallions show at the Crystal Centre featuring various tricks and patterned movements by the Stallions and their costumed riders. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1493.01-.10
Athabasca University Commencement, June 2001
38 ; 12 ; 15 negatives ; photographs ; photographs (jpg); colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in. ; 660 x 452 pixels
Athabasca University Commencement ceremony held in a large tent. Scenes include opening procession with bagpiper, mace, and graduates, faculty, hooding of new graduates, speech by the winner of the Governor General’s Silver Medal, presentation to Maria Campbell of an honourary Doctorate of Letters, recession of the graduates, and group photographs of award winners, graduates, and faculty following the ceremony. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1494.01-.38
Regnum Christi Edmonton Conference, 2001
4 ; 1 negatives ; photograph (jpg); colour; 35 mm ; 660 x 444 pixels
Group photograph of attendees at an Edmonton Regnum Christi Conference. Regnum Christi is a group within the Catholic Church dedicated to personal spiritual growth and evangelization. Assumed commissioner is Regnum Christi or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1495.01-.04
Studio on the Park and Grande Prairie Scenes, 2001
8 ; 3 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 35 mm ; 660 x 444 pixels
Views of the Studio on the Park house from different angles, including one of photographer Paul Pivert beside the sign. Other scenes include views of the surrounding area including the entrance to Muskoseepi Park, 214 Place, and the 100 Avenue bridge over Bear Creek. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1495.05-11
Regnum Christi Edmonton Conference, 2001
40 ; 13 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 35 mm ; 660 x 444 pixels
Photographs of an Edmonton Regnum Christi Conference. Regnum Christi is a group within the Catholic Church dedicated to personal spiritual growth and evangelization. Scenes include lecture/sessions and discussions, at mass, group photographs of participants, and mealtime. Assumed commissioner is Regnum Christi or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1495.12-51
Home and Garden Tour, 2001
5 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Views of participants and several houses and gardens visited on a Home and Garden Tour. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1496.01-.05
Dunvegan, July 1, 2001
5 ; 1 photographs (jpg) ; negative; colour; 660 x 435 pixels ; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
The old log mission and fort buildings at Dunvegan and three views of the bridge over the Peace River. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1497.01-.03, .09-.10, .34
Fairview College 50th Anniversary, July 1, 2001
15 ; 10 photographs (jpg); colour ; b & w; 453 x 660 pixels ; 443 x 660 pixels
Participants at the Fairview College 50th Anniversary celebration at various indoor and outdoor events including banquets, picnics, and a pancake breakfast. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1497.04-.07, .11-.31
Fairview College 50th Anniversary, July 1, 2001
1 ; 2 photograph (jpg) ; negatives; colour; 453 x 660 pixels ; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Views of the Fairview College campus and buildings. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1497.08, .32-.33
Fairview College 50th Anniversary, July 1, 2001
3 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Group photographs of participants (possibly former classes) at the Fairview College 50th Anniversary. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1497.35-.37
Fairview College 50th Anniversary, July 1, 2001
3 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Fairview College 50th Anniversary celebrations including a banquet, a large hall hung with banners, and a fireworks display. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1497.38-.40
Event at Centre 2000, 2001
3 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
An outdoor event at Centre 2000 beside the sundial featuring speakers, bagpipes, and a large crowd. Assumed uncommissioned work or possibly commissioned by Centre 2000.
Location: 0190.02.01.1498.01-.03
True North Picnic, August 2001
2 photographs (jpg); colour; 660 x 443 pixels
Two group photographs of people at the golf course as part of the True North Picnic. Assumed commissioner is True North.
Location: 0190.02.01.1499.01-.02
Grande Prairie Scenics, September 2, 2001
7 ; 7 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 660 x 652 pixels
Views from around the City of Grande Prairie including Harry Balfour School, Centre 2000 (interior and exterior) and the sundial, AADAC, and the Bear Creek reservoir. Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1500.01-.07
True North Fall Conference, October 2001
48 ; 32 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 660 x 441 pixels
Numerous speakers and presenters on stage at the True North Fall Conference. Assumed commissioner is True North.
Location: 0190.02.01.1501.01-.48
Remembrance Day, November 11, 2001
9 ; 9 negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 660 x 652 pixels
The Remembrance Day service held at the Grande Prairie cenotaph including photographs of the cenotaph and flag bearers, participants, wreathes laid, RCMP marching, and army and air force cadets at attention. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1502.01-.09
Fred Mason, [ca. April 2002]
1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 4 in.
Fred Mason with his fiddle. Taken for the Fiddlers Jamboree. Assumed commissioner is Fred Mason.
Location: 0190.02.01.1503.01
Grande Prairie Winter Scenics, January 1, 2002
11 ; negatives ; photographs (jpg); colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 652 x 660 pixels
Winter scenes around the City of Grande Prairie including Studio on the Park, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Muskoseepi Park Pavilion and skating rink, Grande Prairie Museum, Bear Creek, Grande Prairie Regional College, AADAC, Centre 2000 and the sundial, and 214 Place. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1504.01-.11
Annie, 1992
59 ; 24 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Individual portraits of the cast of a production of the musical “Annie”. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Annie” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1505.01-.59
Composite High School Graduation, 1992
71 ; 22 negatives ; photographs; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.; colour
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including the choir and string orchestra, platform participants, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), overall view of the gymnasium showing the audience, graduates, orchestra, and platform, recession at the end of the ceremony, couples in formal dress participating in the Grand March (selection only), and the dance. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1506.01-.71
Composite High School Graduation, 1992
8 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 4 in.
Portraits of couples, families, and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress at the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation celebration (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1506.72-.79
Composite High School Graduation, 1991
97 ; 23 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including the choir, speakers, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), couples in formal dress participating in the Grand March (selection only), and portraits of couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1507.01-.93
Composite High School Graduation, 1989
80 ; 25 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including the platform participants, choir, faculty members, seated graduates, speakers, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), and portraits of couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1508.01-.80
Confirmation, May 1991
47 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour ; 4 x 6 in.; 35 mm
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include the Archbishop processing in, various sections of the mass, confirmands singing, playing instruments, and reading before the congregation, students being confirmed (selection only), and group photographs of the confirmands in their classes with their teachers. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1509.01-.47
Campbell Cabin, October 15, 1989
27 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
The official opening of the Campbell Cabin in the heritage village of the Grande Prairie Museum. Scenes include people inside and outside of the McQueen Presbyterian Church (also in the heritage village), the exterior of the newly reconstructed Campbell Cabin, a rope-making demonstration, the crowd and speakers/platform party at the opening, including Isabel Campbell, Museum Curator Alice Fortier, Doug Clarkson, and Frank Stoll, Isabel Campbell inside the cabin with MLA Bob Elliott, and Isabel Campbell outside the cabin with the editor of “Challenge of the Homestead”, R. Gordon Moyles. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1510.01-.27
Randy Gregg Golf Tournament, 1989
22 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
The Randy Gregg Golf Tournament in support of Ronald McDonald house, including golfers assembled outside of the clubhouse, the CJXX sponsor’s van, and group photographs of the various participants. Assumed commissioner is Randy Gregg Golf Tournament or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1511.01-.22
Messiah, 1987
10 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The Grande Prairie Regional College and Community Choir and Grande Prairie High School String Orchestra present Handel’s Messiah at a local church. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1512.01-.10
Confirmation, 1989
30 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), confirmands reading and presenting a skit to the congregation, and the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1513.01-30
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1989
16 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
The Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Subjects include college President Dorothy Rowles, faculty and speakers, groups of robed graduates, special awards, graduates being awarded their diplomas by various faculty members (selection only), and a ceremony in front of the college building involving the cutting of flatbread. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1514.01-.16
Confirmation, 1988
40 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), the opening processional, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, confirmands presenting a skit to the congregation, and confirmands holding lit candles. Also included are group photographs of the confirmands by class from St. Patrick Community School (190.02.01.1515.27), Ecole St. Gerard (190.02.01.1515.31), St. Clement School (190.02.01.1515.34), and Kateri Mission School (190.02.01.1515.36). Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1515.01-.40
Composite High School Graduation, 1990
96 ; 28 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including graduates processing in, view of the platform, choir, speakers, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), graduates throwing their caps in the air, and portraits of couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1516.01-.96
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1988
53 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Subjects include graduates being awarded their diplomas by various faculty members (selection only), a congratulatory cake being cut with college President Dorothy Rowles looking on, faculty and speakers, a view of the platform group, and the presentation of the Valedictorian Award. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1517.01-.53
Composite High School Graduation, June 29, 1988
52 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), view of the platform, speakers, choir, special awards, graduates recessing out, and Principal Barry Edgar with Gord Pearcy. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1518.01-.52
Composite High School Graduation, June 29, 1988
7 negatives and photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Portraits of couples, families, and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress at the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation celebration (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1518.53-.59
Dracula (GPRC), October 31, 1990
33 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a Grande Prairie Regional College production of “Dracula” showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College Theatre or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1519.01-.33
Cyrano de Bergerac, [ca. 1988]
66 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Cyrano de Bergerac” showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Cyrano de Bergerac” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1520.01-.66
Anything Goes (GPRC Theatre), [ca. 1988]
54 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Anything Goes” at the Grande Prairie Regional College theatre, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Group photographs of the band are also included. The production is set on a ship. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College Theatre or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1521.01-.54
The Night of January 16th, [ca. 1988]
45 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “The Night of January 16th” showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. The production is set in a courtroom. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “The Night of January 16th” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1522.01-.45
Beauty and the Beast, December 1990
25 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Beauty and the Beast” by the Royal Oak Players, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is Royal Oak Players or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1523.01-.25
A Christmas Carol, [ca. 1988]
33 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “A Christmas Carol”, based on the story by Charles Dickens, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “A Christmas Carol” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1524.01-.33
Twelfth Night, February 1992
53 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Twelfth Night” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1525.01-.53
Oskar, [ca. 1992]
67 ; 21 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during the Grande Prairie Little Theatre’s “Oskar Night” featuring speeches, special awards and presentations of scenes from recent productions. A group photographs of the award winners is also included. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1526.01-.67
The Taming of the Shrew, [ca. 1992]
79 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “The Taming of the Shrew” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1527.01-.79
South Pacific, [ca. 1992]
52 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “South Pacific”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “South Pacific” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1528.01-.52
The Road to Mecca, January 1992
22 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a Grande Prairie Little Theatre production of Athol Fugard’s “The Road to Mecca”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. The production stars Christine Juneau as Miss Helen, Beth Zazula as Elsa Barlow, and Tim Heimdal as Marius Byleveld. A group photograph of children on set is also included. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1529.01-.22
Little Mary Sunshine, [ca. 1992]
46 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Little Mary Sunshine”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Little Mary Sunshine” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1530.01-.46
West Side Story, [ca. 1992]
51 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “West Side Story”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “West Side Story” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1531.01-.51
Evita, [ca. 1992]
70 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Also included are group photographs of the band, and two unidentified groups of uncostumed people, presumably cast and production members. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Evita” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1532.01-.70
Isabel Campbell Book, November 1988
28 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of a book-signing of “Challenge of the homestead : Peace River letters of Clyde and Myrle Campbell, 1919-1924” by Clyde and Myrle’s daughter, Isabel Campbell. Including photographs of Isabel with her niece Pat Olsen, Donna Tink, and others. Holding a special plaque is Mayor Dwight Logan. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1533.01-.28
County Fair Parade, [ca. 1988]
116 ; 57 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries include: an ambulance, bagpipe band, dignitaries, Associated Canadian Travellers, Swan City Auto Club, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Remax, Grande Prairie Gymkhana Club, Bearhill, Town of Wembley, People’s Choice Fellowship Society, Co-op, Parties Galore, Gibsons, Grande Prairie Gymniks, Town of Beaverlodge, Saskatoon Lake Agricultural Society, Grande Prairie Food Bank, County of Grande Prairie, Grande Prairie and District SPCA, Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, Tire Town, Highway 2 Service Ltd., Grande Prairie Fire Department, Alberta Terminals Canola Crushers Ltd., streetcleaners, Grande Prairie Indoor Playground, Spot Realty, Peace Country Timing Association, The Tree Planter, Gibney’s, Wally’s Trucking Service, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, kids on bicycles, Royal Canadian Legion, Victorian Order of Nurses, the Daily Herald Tribune, CFGP, Beaverlodge Band, Mountainside Horse Club, Rocky Mountain Bicycle Company, Century 21, and Alberta Forest Service. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1534.01-.116
Festival of Trees, [ca. 1985]
27 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
The Festival of Trees, presumably the opening reception, held at the D Company Armouries in aid of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Scenes include the buffet line, speech by Chairman of the Hospital Board Marvin Moore, groups of attendees, sponsor banners, various decorated trees, displays of gingerbread houses and wreaths, the craft shop, an aerial view of the crowd and a choir performing, a live auction of some of the entries, a live broadcast by CFGP, musical and performing arts presentations, children’s activities including crafts, letter writing to Santa, hotline to Santa’s Workshop, and face painting, and the Light-a-Tree exercise bicycle. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1535.01-.27
Stompede, 1981
126 ; 34 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The 1981 Stompede including scenes from the opening dinner, miniature chuckwagon races (pulled by teams of people) down 100 Avenue with spectators looking on, chuckwagon races at the County Fair grounds with spectators, the opening ceremony at the County Fair grounds including mounted RCMP officers, the Grande Prairie Band, drivers, and dignitaries, a barbeque and barn dance, a street party with a band, a flag exchange between representatives of Grand Prairie, Texas and Grande Prairie, Alberta outside of City Hall, and entertaining the visiting dignitaries with riverboating and polo. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by group connected with the twinning of Grand Prairie, Texas with Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Location: 0190.02.01.1536.01-.126
Fiddler on the Roof, 1981
88 ; 25 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Fiddler on the Roof”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. A group photograph of the cast and production crew is also included. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Fiddler on the Roof” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1537.01-.88
Henry the Fifth, March 20, 1980
75 ; 24 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “Henry the Fifth”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Henry the Fifth” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1538.01-.75
Driving Miss Daisy, [ca. 1993]
24 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Driving Miss Daisy”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Driving Miss Daisy” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1539.01-.24
VON Christmas Party, 1982
15 negative; colour; 11 x 8 mm (Disc film)
Scenes from the Victorian Order of Nurses’ 1982 Christmas party including the buffet line, various guests eating and visiting, and displays of collectible figurines. Assumed commissioner is VON or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1540.01-.15
Hudson’s Hope, September 1983
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Hudson’s Hope area including various views of the Hudson’s Hope Bridge, the Peace River, and the W. A. C. Bennett Dam. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1541.01-08
Jelly Jump, May 28, 1983
11 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Jelly Jump held on the grounds of Trumpeter GM. Scenes include a barbeque and participants in a large pool of jelly. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1542.01-.11
Stompede, 1983
10 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Festivities at the 1983 Stompede including a barbeque and barn dance with a band and attendees chatting in groups. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1543.01-.10
School Employees, [ca. 1983]
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photographs of a group of people identified as “school employees” taken at Swanavon School. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.1544.01-.04
Beaverlodge Museum Day, [ca. 1983]
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Beaverlodge Museum Day showing demonstrations of antique tractors and machinery, Museum Day attendees, and a field of equipment, including a snowplane. Assumed commissioner is Beaverlodge Museum or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1545.01-.12
Awards Banquet, [ca. 1983]
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The Awards Banquet of an unidentified organization showing awards presentations, a group photograph of award winners holding their plaques, and banquet attendees at tables and dancing. Assumed commissioner is organization whose awards banquet this is.
Location: 0190.02.01.1546.01-.14
Panda Camera Store, [ca. 1983]
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Views of the Panda Camera store, located downtown, and the surrounding area including Midtown Restaurant/Salem Book Shoppe, store interior, an employee, a stock of film, and the rear exterior of the store. Assumed uncommissioned work. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1547.01-.06
Guys and Dolls, [ca. 1983]
79 ; 22 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Guys and Dolls”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Guys and Dolls” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1548.01-.79
Canada Winter Games – Pepsi Press Conference, [ca. 1993]
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A press conference held at the Muskoseepi Park Pavilion to announce Pepsi’s involvement as sponsor and official supplier in the 15th Canada Winter Games to be held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The photographs show speeches, a jumbo inflatable Diet Pepsi can in the park, participants at the press conference, the head table of dignitaries (L-R Al Krause, Branch Manager of Gray Beverage Inc.; W. H. (Bill) Bowes, Vice President, Friends of the ’95 Games; Vic Lasko, Vice President Gray Beverage Inc.; Lane Mac Adam, President and C. E. O., Canada Games Council; Tony Milina, Marketing Manager, Western Canada, Pepsi-Cola Canada; N. J. (Tom) Thompson, President, Host Society; Marie Stevens, Mistress of Ceremonies), and the refreshment table decorated with a balloon sculpture. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1549.01-.24
Canada Winter Games – Weyerhaeuser Conference, [ca. 1993]
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A press conference held at the Canada Winter Games arena to announce Weyerhaeuser’s involvement as sponsor in the 15th Canada Winter Games to be held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The photographs show participants at the press conference, speakers, dignitaries, and the cheque presentation. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1550.01-.08
Canada Winter Games – Premier’s Cheque Presentation, [ca. 1993]
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A press conference held at the Canada Winter Games Arena to highlight the presentation of a cheque from the Province of Alberta for the 15th Canada Winter Games to be held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The photographs show the head table of dignitaries, speeches, participants at the press conference, the dignitaries signing documents, the Premier chatting and posing with participants, and the Tuesday Nite Band. Dignitaries include MLA Walter Paszkowski, MLA Bob Elliott, Premier Ralph Klein, Mayor Gordon Graydon, Host Society President N. J. (Tom) Thompson, Mistress of Ceremonies Marie Stevens, and others. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1551.01-.20
Canada Games (Mascots), 1993
22 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A large public event held at the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital featuring the mascots for the 15th Canada Winter Games to be held in Grande Prairie in 1995, two moose named Aurora and Boreal. The photographs show people gathered on the lawn and patio outside the hospital, children seated in front of a stage, the mascots arriving by ambulance, the mascosts onstage, and the mascots greeting hospital staff and patients. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1552.01-.22
Sports Column Crystal Centre 1995 Winter Games, [ca. 1995]
2 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
Two views of the column erected outside of the Canada Winter Games Arena (Crystal Centre) depicting various sports and the Canada Winter Games symbol. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1553.01-.02
Canada Games – AGT on Board, December 1993
35 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A Sponsors’ Conference held for AGT to recognize their support of the 15th Canada Winter Games to be held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The photographs show speakers, various people holding the Games torch, dignitaries, a singer and a pair of dancers providing entertainment, participants seated at tables, and the buffet line. Attendees include mascot Aurora, Mayor Gordon Graydon, Milton Hommy, and Willie De Wit. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1554.01-.35
Canada Winter Games Clothing and Advertising, [ca. 1995]
5 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; b & w; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Advertising photographs taken for the Canada Winter Games showing two people raising their hands in triumph in front of a Games banner. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1555.01-.05
Canada Winter Games Clothing and Advertising, [ca. 1995]
5 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; b & w; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Advertising photographs taken for the Canada Winter Games showing children representing baseball, Ukrainian dance, and Scouts. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1555.06-.10
Canada Winter Games Clothing and Advertising, [ca. 1995]
5 negatives and photographs; b & w; 35 mm
Advertising photographs taken for the Canada Winter Games featuring Co-op groceries. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1555.11-.15
Canada Winter Games Clothing and Advertising, [ca. 1995]
8 photographs; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Advertising photographs taken for the Canada Winter Games featuring clothing and merchandise designed for the Games and demonstrated by a model. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1555.16-.23
Team Alberta Pins, Boreal Pin, February 1995
8 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Pins created for the 1995 Canada Winter Games featuring logos/designs for Team Alberta, media, Xerox, the City of Grande Prairie, and the Games. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1556.01-.08
Canada Winter Games – Registration, 1995
24 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the athlete registration day for the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995. Registration was held in the Harry Balfour School gymnasium. The photographs show volunteers seated at tables ready to process registrations, members of provincial teams, and volunteer photographers taking identification photos. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.001-.024
Canada Winter Games – Opening Ceremonies, 1995
50 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Opening Ceremonies of the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The Opening Ceremonies took place at the Canada Winter Games Arena (Crystal Centre). The photographs show presenters, the audience, Premier Klein entering on a dogsled, Provincial teams processing in (Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, the Yukon, and Alberta), the assembled Provincial teams with their banners, performing arts entertainment, and the torch being carried in world wheelchair basketball gold medalist Judie Millard. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.025-.068 ; .088-.095
Canada Winter Games – General, 1995
43 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
General photographs of the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing volunteers, the outdoor stage, Prime Minister Jean Chretien greeting attendees, outdoor speeches, Games hostesses, a breakfast for athletes, volunteers sitting in stands, provincial politicians including MLA Walter Paszkowski, and Games medals. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.069-.087 ; .128-.139 ; 232-.243
Canada Winter Games – City, 1995
8 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
General photographs of Grande Prairie during the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing banners on downtown lightposts and special hot air balloons. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.096-.102 ; 152
Canada Winter Games – Events, 1995
72 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of sporting events (cross-country skiing, skating, biathalon) held as part of the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing competitions, athletes, spectators, scoring, medal ceremonies, including a medal being presented by Prime Minister Jean Chretien, competitors with volunteers and hostesses, the Alberta biathalon team, volunteers with the moose mascots, first aid volunteers, and three Quebec teammates. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.103-15;140-51;153-87;208-11;220-27
Canada Winter Games – Reception, 1995
12 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of a reception held at the Grande Prairie Inn during the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing attendees and speakers (including Premier Ralph Klein, his wife Colleen, Mayor Gordon Graydon, and Gary Mar). Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.116-.127
Canada Winter Games – Entertainment, 1995
28 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of outdoor entertainment during the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing various musical and performing arts presentations, the outdoor stage, viewers, volunteers bearing torches in front of the large Games torch, and larger-than-life puppets. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.188-.207 ; .244-251
Canada Winter Games – Indoor Activities, 1995
12 ; 4 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of indoor activities held during the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995 showing group photographs of people beside the games Time Capsule, performers and audience at indoor entertainment, and people trying various Winter Games events on indoor demonstration courses. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.212-.219 ; .228-.231
Canada Winter Games – Closing Ceremonies, 1995
56 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Closing Ceremonies of the 15th Canada Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1995. The Closing Ceremonies took place at the Canada Winter Games Arena (Crystal Centre). The photographs show musical entertainers in the foyer, performers in cultural dress gathered before the ceremonies, the crowd, seated provincial teams, passing the torch to the next host city, procession of provincial teams (Newfoundland, Northwest Territories), provincial team banners, and various cultural, musical, and performing arts presentations. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1557.252-.307
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1977
53 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. One negative showing the Panda Camera store is also included (190.02.01.1558.53). Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1558.01-.53
Swanavon School Tea, [ca. 1992]
8 ; 2 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of two large groups (possibly staff or volunteers) at the Swanavon School Tea. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.1559.01-.08
Stanford Inn Golf Tournament, 1992
19 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Groups of golfers in the 1992 Stanford Inn Celebrity Charity Golf Tournament. Assumed commissioner is Stanford Inn Celebrity Charity Golf Tournament or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1560.01-.19
Camp Tamarack, [ca. 1992]
44 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the facilities at Camp Tamarack including cabins, bunkhouse, meeting room, dining hall, outdoor barbeque, and bathrooms, a map of the camp, staff at work, and publicity portraits of four men (possibly directors), inluding Mike O’Connor. Assumed commissioner is Camp Tamarack.
Location: 0190.02.01.1561.01-.44
Henry VIII Dinner, [ca. 1992]
19 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in
Photographs of the Henry VIII dinner held at Grande Prairie Regional College showing the head table, attendee tables, a toast, and costumed participants. Assumed commissioner is theatre company sponsoring Henry VIII dinner or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1562.01-.19
Death of a Salesman, 1993
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during a Grande Prairie Little Theatre production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. The production starred Gerald Nelson as Willie Loman, Clint Lalonde as Biff Loman, Bobbie Craig as Linda Loman, Dale Gagne as Happy Loman, George Sitek as Charlie, Bill Dean as Bernard, Jim Nelson as Ben, Trish Smith as The Woman, Pascale Fontaine as Miss Forsythe, Laurie McLean as Letta, Raina Gairdner as Secretary, Ken Ayre as Howard, and Ryan McHale as Stanley. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Little Theatre or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1563A.01-.24
The Sound of Music, [ca. 1980]
94 ; 28 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “The Sound of Music”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Also included are photographs of a bouquet being presented to “Maria”, a party/reception associated with the production, the orchestra, and a special award presentation. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “The Sound of Music” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1563B.01-.94
Finian’s Rainbow, 1975
30 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of the musical “Finian’s Rainbow”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Photographs of the orchestra and gift presentation are also included. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Finian’s Rainbow” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1564.01-.30
Camelot, 1993
44 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of the musical “Camelot”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Camelot” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1565.01-.44
The King and I, 1980
109 ; 33 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “The King and I”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “The King and I” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1566.01-.109
Man of LaMancha, 1977
61 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of the musical “Man of LaMancha”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Man of LaMancha” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1567.01-.61
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, 1976
40 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of the musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1568.01-.40
Jesus Christ Superstar, 1979
53 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “Jesus Christ Superstar”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Jesus Christ Superstar” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1569.01-.53
Acid, Jesus and the Children Who Lied, [ca. 1975]
35 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Acid, Jesus and the Children Who Lied”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Also included are photographs showing the make-up of three characters. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Acid, Jesus and the Children Who Lied” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1570.01-.35
Willie de Wit Olympic Sendoff Parade Rally, June 24, 1984
105 ; 39 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of a parade in honour of Willie DeWit going to the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. Parade participants and floats include the RCMP, majorettes, Grande Prairie and Legion Marching Band, clowns, Miss Grande Prairie Wendy Fedyna, kids on bicycles and walking, Mayor E. J. Blais, Hillside School, St. Clement School, Miss Stompede Sue, County Representative Albert Tomshak, Al Azhar Motor Corps, Grande Prairie Composite High School, Willie de Wit, MP Albert Cooper, animal mascots, Beaverlodge Band, Makeshift Truck Accessories Ltd., dairy producers, Coach Harry and Mary Snatic, Trainer Mansoor Esmail, Theo de Wit and Ellen de Bruin. Following the parade was a rally with speeches, presentations, and entertainment including an unidentified band, the Sweet Adelines, and a performing arts boxing presentation. Also included is a photo of Bill Bowes and his three sons along the parade route. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1571.001-.105
Willie de Wit Homecoming, 1984
39 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A public event in honour of Willie de Wit’s homecoming from the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. The photographs show a large crowd gathered at the Grande Prairie airport, Willie in the midst of the crowd, speeches and presentations, and a motorcade surrounded by large crowds. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1572.01-.39
Willie de Wit Tamarama, [ca. 1987]
18 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Tamarama fundraising event for Camp Tamarack, featuring Willie de Wit. Photographs show speeches, Willie signing autographs, and Willie posing with event participants. Assumed commissioner is Tamarama.
Location: 0190.02.01.1573.01-.18
RCMP Ball, 1986
7 negatives and photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Photographs of groups and couples in uniform and formal dress at the 1986 RCMP Ball. Assumed commissioner is RCMP.
Location: 0190.02.01.1574.01-.07
Composite High School Graduation, 1986
54 ; 21 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including speeches, the choir, pecial awards, platform participants, seated graduates with the audience behind, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1575.01-.54
Composite High School Graduation, 1986
8 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Portraits of couples, families, and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress at the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation celebration (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1575.55-.62
Canada Winter Games Mascot Naming, Parkside School, 1993
15 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs taken at the mascot naming ceremony held at Parkside School in advance of the 15th Canada Winter Games. Scenes include the mascots with kids, the assembled crowd, speakers, the mascots being introduced to the audience, and the mascots with the girl who named them. Assumed commissioner is 1995 Grande Prairie Canada Winter Games.
Location: 0190.02.01.1576.01-.15
25th Anniversary – Daily Herald Tribune, 1989
91 ; 28 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs taken at a banquet held at the Grande Prairie Inn in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Daily Herald Tribune newspaper. Scenes include groups of people talking, various speakers (Ed Breitkreutz, Doug Creighton, and Bill Bowes), people gathered around tables, presentations of roses, the unveiling of a 25th Anniversay wooden shield, a standing ovation for Jim Bowes, and a Bowes family portrait. The nametags of many of the attendees are visible. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1577.01-.91
Panda Sign, [ca. 1980]
5 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The front exterior of the Panda Camera store on 100th Avenue, Grande Prairie. Likely taken from across the street. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1578.01-.05
Borstad Send-Off, [ca. 1990]
36 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from a going-away party held for Elmer and Doreen Borstad outside of the Provincial Building. The photographs show performances by Scottish country dancers, a bagpipe band, a jazz group, and another musical group, the assembled audience seated on the grass, speeches, a response by Elmer and Doreen, Balloon Tycoon staff with a net full of helium balloons, and a Borstad family portrait. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1579.01-.36
Alberta Pharmacists, [ca. 1990]
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
An Alberta Pharmacists event held at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn. The photographs show the banquet room decorated with a hot air balloon theme, casino games, attendees mingling, the bar and buffet table, the podium and doorprizes, and the DJ. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Pharmacists.
Location: 0190.02.01.1580.01-.24
Father Kennedy, [ca. 1990]
17 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A celebration in honour of Father Kennedy, held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Grande Prairie. The photographs show Father Kennedy receiving a gift, a speech by the Archbishop, people assembled in the courtyard, attendees visiting with one another, and Father Kennedy. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1581.01-.17
Sleuth, [ca. 1990]
16 ; 4 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Sleuth”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Sleuth” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1582.01-.16
Brigadoon, [ca. 1980]
58 ; 16 ; 1 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in ; 8 x 10 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of the musical “Brigadoon”, showing actors, costumes, set pieces, and musical numbers. Also included is an 8 x 10 in. photograph of the cast and production crew onstage. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Brigadoon” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1583.01-.59
Bridal Show, February 24, 1984
51 ; 28 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during the 1984 Bridal Show showing a fashion show of clothing for the bridal party, the seated audience, and exhibitors’ tables for photography services and Rentco (likely). Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1584.01-.51
Bridal Show, 1985
61 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during the 1985 Bridal Show showing a fashion show of clothing for the bridal party and general fashions, exhibitors’ tables for flowers, She-Mann’s Styling, Studio on the Park photography, Michele Lynn jewellery, wedding cakes, Royal LePage, Roblyn’s Travel Agency, Faustina Fashions, Partie Sound, sewing and fashions, Nutri-Metics International, Rentco, Queen Anne dishes and cookware, Co-op bakery, Craft Corner, Avacare, Menzie’s Printers and Stationery, and people chatting by the buffet table. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1585.01-.61
Bridal Show, 1986
33 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during the 1986 Bridal Show showing a fashion show of clothing for the bridal party and an exhibitors’ tables for Co-op bakery. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1586.01-.33
Windsor Ford, [ca. 1964]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Views of the interior of the Windsor Ford car dealership showing people gathered around a refreshment table and people and cars in the showroom. Assumed commissioner is Windsor Ford.
Location: 0190.02.01.1587.01-.03
Windsor Ford, [ca.1980]
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various views of the Windsor Ford car dealership showing the exterior of the building and lot stocked with vehicles. Assumed commissioner is Windsor Ford.
Location: 0190.02.01.1588.01-.08
Hospital Opening, June 15, 1984
36 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the ceremony and celebration of the opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. The photographs show seated attendees, workers or volunteers holding balloons, staff and patients, a procession including a bagpiper, RCMP, politicians, and Legion members bearing flags, a band, an aerial view of the speakers and audience, speakers and presentations, and the unveiling of a memorial plaque. Notable speakers and attendees include Premier Peter Lougheed, Elmer Borstad, MLA Bob Elliott, MLA Marvin Moore, Oscar Blais, and Laverne Sorgaard. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1589.01-.36
Cabin Fever, 1984
48 ; 23 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the Cabin Fever winter parade held in Grande Prairie with participants and floats including Stompede Sue, horses, clowns, 3R Stables, Norland Recreation, Western Balloon Safari, Grande Prairie Fire Department, Lion Business Machines, race cars, Grande Prairie Motorcycle Association, A & W Rootbeer Bear, Makeshift Truck Accessories Ltd., Peace Country Street Rods, Emergency Medical Services, dog sleds, Molson Special Events Van, Golden Star Dining Restaurant with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Curtola, Grande Prairie Piranhas swim club, L’Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta (L’ACFA), St. Patrick School (?), Grande Prairie Composite High School, Oil Wives Club, and kids on motor vehicles. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1590.01-.48
Participaction Parade, 1985
43 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of a parade for The Great Canadian Participaction Challenge. Participants include the bagpipe band, Grande Prairie Fire Department, majorettes, Grande Prairie and Legion Marching Band, and numerous people and families on foot. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1591.01-.43
National Forest Week, [ca. 1985]
10 negatives; colour; 35 mm
National Forest Week events, likely sponsored by the Alberta Forestry Association, and held at Grande Prairie Regional College including speeches, dignitaries holding shovels and posed beside a tree and a beaver mascot, attendees, and a group of Junior Forest Wardens. Possible commissioner is Alberta Forestry Association or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1592.01-.10
The Importance of Being Ernest, [ca. 1985]
18 ; 3 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in. ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Ernest”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “The Importance of Being Ernest” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1593.01-.18
Snowball – CFRN News, February 14, 1985
5 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photographs of an interesting natural phenomenon in which snowballs are formed without being rolled by humans. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1594.01-.05
Lend Me a Tenor, [ca. 1985]
48 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Lend Me a Tenor”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Also included are group photographs of the cast and presumably the production crew. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Lend Me a Tenor” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1595.01-.48
Rumplestiltskin, [ca. 1995]
47 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Rumplestiltskin”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Rumplestiltskin” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1596.01-.47
Romeo and Juliet, [ca. 1995]
47 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Romeo and Juliet” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1597.01-.47
Holy Cross School Grade 9 Graduation, 1986
24 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour and b & w; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the Holy Cross School Grade 9 Graduation ceremony showing student and faculty speakers, group photographs of the graduates outside of the school, the banquet in the gymnasium, graduates being awarded diplomas, and group photographs of faculty members. Assumed commissioner is Holy Cross School.
Location: 0190.02.01.1598.01-.24
Gallery Opening, [ca. 1986]
10 negatives; colour; 35 mm
An art gallery display opening, perhaps the 5th Annual Art Auction, showing sculpture and other works of art, the reception table, people in the gallery, and children having refreshments. Assumed commissioner is Prairie Art Gallery.
Location: 0190.02.01.1599.01-.10
McHappy Day, April 2, 1986
22 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photographs of the McDonald’s restaurant on McHappy Day in support of Ronald McDonald houses and local children’s charities. Scenes include balloons, a jester, special guests (including Miss Grande Prairie), serving patrons, cooking meals, patrons ordering and eating, the interior of the restaurant, and kids playing on the train. Assumed commissioner is McDonald’s Restaurant.
Location: 0190.02.01.1600.01-.22
Confirmation, 1986-1988
41 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include the opening procession, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, a reading, students being confirmed (selection only), a view from the back of the church, group photographs of two classes, and a group of people with the Archbishop following the service. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1601.01-.41
Terry Fox Run, 1985
36 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the 1985 Terry Fox Run including runners assembled at the start line outside of the Leisure Centre, runners along the route, a truck from the Peace Country Street Rods, two men standing by a cannon on the Leisure Centre grounds, the CFGP refreshment station, a group of runners from Grande Prairie Regional College, people doing aerobics on the lawn, and the registration table. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1602.01-.36
Rotary Dawson Creek Trip, [ca. 1985]
25 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Grande Prairie Rotary Club trip to Dawson Creek showing Rotarians on the bus, the group posed outside the George Dawson Inn, and scenes from a banquet including the buffet line, head table, speakers, and presentations of awards or gifts. Assumed commissioner is Grande Priarie Rotary Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.1603.01-.25
Snow White, [ca. 1985]
24 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during a production of “Snow White”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Snow White” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1604.01-.24
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1986
17 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
The Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Subjects include speakers, graduates being awarded their diplomas by various faculty members (selection only), the band, a group of robed graduates after the ceremony, faculty assembled on stage, and faculty members with a special award. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1605.01-.17
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1987
60 ; 23 negatives; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Subjects include caterers in the kitchen, graduates being awarded their diplomas by various faculty members (selection only), speakers, the presentation of a special award, graduates and faculty members in groups and with their families following the ceremony, and an aerial view of the stage and faculty with seated graduates facing them. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1606.01-.60
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, 1987
12 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Photographs of several different groups of graduates and faculty following the Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1606.61-.72
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, [ca. 1985]
56 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony. Subjects include speakers, views of the platform, the choir, graduates being awarded their diplomas by various faculty members (selection only), the platform group, the presentation of a special award, and groups of graduates and graduates with faculty and family after the ceremony. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1607.01-.56
Conservative Nomination, 1986
52 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Bob Elliott, Tom Shields, and Gordon Graydon compete at the provincial Conservative Party Nomination Convention held at Grande Prairie Composite High School. Scenes include supporters holding signs for the three candidates, supporters in the stands, purchasing party memberships, a band playing in support of Bob Elliott, the Grande Prairie Pipes and Drums, an aerial view of the large crowd, speeches, and candidates Gordon Graydon, Tom Shields, and Bob Elliott. Assumed commissioner is Conservative Party (Alberta, Grande Prairie constituency) or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1608.01-.52
Alberta Winter Games, 1980
43 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Alberta Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1980. The photographs show the opening ceremony, including the platform, Zone 8 (Peace Country) marching in, kids in the stands, and raising the flag, competition in sports including ping-pong, volleyball, hockey, curling, boxing, gymnastics, handball, bobsledding, luge, downhill skiing, badminton, and figure skating, and groups of uniformed workers. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1609.01-.43
County Fair Parade, 1976
188 ; 128 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries include: a dogsled, Tilden PediCab, Alberta Trappers Central Association, A & W, horses and wagons, Canadian-Polish Society, IGA, Ernie’s Sports Centre, Prairie Signs, Volvo, McKay Realty Ltd., Mercan Motors, Dyer Tire Ltd., Camille Hairstylist, Terra Nova Equipment Ltd., International Harvester, Power Line Const., Union Tractor, Coneco Equipment Ltd., United Way, Don’s Men’s Wear, Swan City General Radio Service, Independent Order of Foresters, Fred Mason UFA, Top Realty Ltd., kids on bicycles, Mike’s Trucking and Contracting, Lions Club, Peace Farm Power, 4-H, churches, Beaverlodge 4-H Light Horse Club, Safeway, Peavey Mart, County Reeve Stan Moe, Spirit River Deputy Mayor A. Bablitz, MLA Dr. W. O. Backus, Wembley Mayor Elmer Ford, Grande Prairie General Hospital ambulance, Job’s Daughters, Lampland, Richmond Realty Ltd., Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce, CFGP, Sign Studio, CIBC, Grande Prairie Marching Band, Procter & Gamble Cellulose, UGG, North Canadian Forest Industries Limited, Beaverlodge Band, AGT, Prairie Squares, Retail Merchants (RMA), Goodfare Girl Forest Guards, Sons of Norway Northern Lights Lodge, Royal Canadian Legion, UFA, Northern Trailer Ltd., Toyota, Hythe Pioneer Home, Pepsi, Valard Power Ltd., Northgate Electric Ltd., High Low Concrete Pumping Ltd., Loiselle trucking, R. Angus, Steel Industries Limited, The Dobbyn’s Ranch, Lentz Livestock Hauling, Culligan, LaGlace Agricultural Society (?), Panda Camera, Rod Parks Enterprises Ltd., Doug Marshall Motor City, Patterson Livestock Hauling, Tissington Livestock Hauling, Grande Prairie Fire Department, Kinsmen Club, Swan City Chrysler, Mac’s Cigars, Forestry 40 Cavalcade, Grande Prairie Regional College, Grande Prairie Shrine Club, ACT, Wembley Beef Club, Mountview Trailer Sales, Alberta Pool, Spot Realty Ltd., Swan City Figure Skating Club, Teeny Boppers, Frontiersmen, City of Dawson Creek, Swan Industries, and Senior Citizens Recreation Centre. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1610.01-.188
County Fair Parade, 1975
201 ; 98 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries include: horses, Fleet Maintenance Ltd., Pardee Equipment Ltd., John Deere, Gangster Transfer Ltd., Innes Livestock ___, Grande Prairie Society of German Canadian, Northern Alberta Sign Co., Grande Prairie Sings Vienna ’75, Girl Guides of Canada, Royal Canadian Legion, Richmond Realty Ltd., Northern Canadian Forest Industries, UFA, Marathon ’75 The Great Canadian River Race, Dean Cycle and Motor, Tilden PediCab, Voyageurs club for boys, Culligan, UGG, United Church of Canada, Holroyd Drugs Ltd., La Glace Twilight Club, La Glace Ladies Club, Phil’s, Grande Prairie Gymkhana, Sons of Norway, York Lounge, Teeny Boppers, Spot Realty Ltd., Alberta Girls Stand Spectacular, ACT, Chamber of Commerce, Roblyn’s Travel, Saddle Hills Ranch, Edson Trail Pioneers, The Oshawa Connection, Alberta Pool, Native Friendship Centre, RCMP, various dignitaries, Shriners, clowns, Ken’s Coin Amusements, Grande Prairie Go-Kart Rentals, Sign Studio, Beaverlodge Band, City Cabs, City of Grande Prairie, Steel Industries Limited, Radio Shack, Grande Prairie General Radio Service, Grande Prairie Appliance Services Ltd., Canadian Cancer Society, a dogsled, Grande Prairie 4-H Beef Club, Evangel Church, Prairie Signs, Co-op, Majestic Tire Distributors Ltd., Foster’s Vanguard Camper Village, Klean-Rite Steam Valet, Grande Prairie Fire Department, Rothmans Special Events Caravan, heavy equipment, Grande Prairie Marching Band, Legion of Frontiersmen and Ladies’ Auxiliary”, Swan Industries, Mountview Trailers Sales, Job’s Daughters, Canadian-Polish Society, IOF, South Peace Centennial Museum, Rodacker’s, Grande Prairie Regional College, and Kiwanis. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1611.01-.201
County Fair Parade – Bathtub Races, 1977
30 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Bathtub Races preceeding the 1977 County Fair Parade. The photographs show spectators gathered along the hill leading from the Muskoseepi Park entrance on 102 Street and 102 Avenue, numerous bathtub entries, the race in progress, and the A & W Root Bear mingling with the crowd. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1612.01-.30
County Fair Parade, 1977
171 ; 97 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: MLA Dr. Winston Backus, the President of the Agricultural Society, Pioneer of the Year Paddy Croken, Grande Prairie marching band, ACT, The Dunes, Edson Trail Pioneers, Towne Centre Mall, Starship Books, Wally’s, The Sweete Shoppe, Ricki’s, Tilden PediCab, A & W, clowns, Sons of Norway, 4-H, Grande Prairie Home Builders Association, Spot Realty Ltd., Alberta Trappers Central Association, Garry’s Ornamental Ironworks, unidentified churches, Swan Industries, Bowmac Truck Rentals, United Way, John Deere, P & G, Canfor, The Pop Shoppe, Top Realty Ltd., Furs by Lorraine Ltd., Safeway, Culligan, Kiwanis, Kinsmen Club, Alberta Wheat Pool, City of Grande Prairie, Lampland, Alberta Provincial Parks Mounted Patrol, Jobs Daughters, Grande Prairie Shrine Club, Beaverlodge Band, Hoag Holiday Tours, City of Dawson Creek, Chrysler Marine, Tri-Northern Steel Service Centre Ltd., Olson’s, CFGP, Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, Red Line Power Craft Ltd., Grande Prairie Real Estate Board, Lauzon, AGT, Pussycat Business Systems Ltd., Grande Prairie Lions, Alberta Forest Service, Kenworth, Alberta Transportation, International Agricultural Exchange Association, Senior Citizens Travel Service, Game Country Travel Association, Shady Deal Tree Transplanting, streetcleaners, Wembley $-H Multi Club, Grande Prairie Gymkhana Club, Grande Prairie Fire Department, Grande Prairie General Hospital ambulances, RCMP, Golden Peace Realty, Solheim & Haugen Construction Ltd., Royal Canadian Legion, Frontiersmen, Wembley Beef Club, Grande Prairie Air Traffic Controllers, Camille, Senior Citizens Centre, Grande Prairie 4-H Beef Club, Grande Prairie Van Syndicate, Beaverlodge 4-H Light Horse Club, Troyanda Society of Ukrainian Culture and Heritage, and Social Services Community Recreation Projects. Assumed uncommissioned work. Other photographs and negatives from this parade are in 0190.02.01.0275.01-20.
Location: 0190.02.01.1612.31-.201
County Fair Parade, 1978
124 ; 76 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: Grande Prairie marching band and majorettes, dignitaries, Lions Club, Barbara Vavarek (Miss Grande Prairie), Miss Canada 1978, Frontiersmen, Grande Prairie Gymkhana Club, City of Grande Prairie, United Grain Growers, County of Grande Prairie, West Country Products (GP) Ltd., Culligan, bagpipe band, Canadian-Polish Society, Prairie Squares, Safeway, Sandy Ridge Nursery, Beaverlodge Band, 4-H, United Way, Kiddies Kloset, C.I.B.C., Saddle Hills Ranch, Sons of Norway, Grande Prairie Speedway, Alberta Provincial Parks Mounted Patrol, Nelson Homes, ACT, A & W, Jobs Daughters, M & R Floral Deliveries, City of Grande Prairie Parks and Recreation, Canadian Utilities Limited Electric Service, Richmond Annual Balloon Race, Red Rooster, Panda Camera, Red Line Power Craft, Richmond Realty Ltd., Maclin Chase Vehicle, P & G, Melody Lane Belgians, Spot Realty, Grande Prairie 4-H Beef Club, horses, Grande Prairie Shrine Club, Golden Peace Realty Ltd., Solheim & Haugen Construction, Stokes Lighting & Appliances, Alberta Wheat Pool, People’s Automotive Ltd., CFGP Radio, Social Services Community Recreation Projects, McKay Realty Ltd., Pioneer Ceramic, Evangel Assembly, Grande Prairie Motor Club, Towne Centre Mall, Mighty Peace Arabian Horse club, Chet’s Brake Services, Independent Order of Foresters, Sound City, hospital, Rotary Club, Haircraft, Peace Farm Power, Mack Trucks, Williams Machinery, Grande Prairie Fire Department, and Grande Prairie General Hospital ambulance. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1613.01-.124
Stompede, 1978
128 ; 36 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The 1978 Grande Prairie Stompede showing chuckwagon races, various entertainers, a low-flying airplane, a small parade at the stampede grounds featuring flag-bearers, the Grande Prairie marching band and majorettes, RCMP, the Mighty Peace Arabian Horse club, and the Beaverlodge Band, speakers and dignitaries, the midway, spectators in the stands, and horse racing. Assumed uncommissioned work, although a possible commissioner is Labatt’s, which sponsored part of the Stompede and ordered several prints.
Location: 0190.02.01.1614.01-.128
Texaco Farmers’ Bonspiel, March 1988
79 ; 38 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the 1988 Texaco Farmers’ Bonspiel, held March 1-4, including teams curling, winners with trophies, and team photographs. Teams came from Grande Prairie, Edberg, Spirit River, St. Paul, Eaglesham, Elk Point, Clairmont, Falher, Donnelly, Bezanson, Grimshaw, Sexsmith, Brownvale, Lindbergh, Camrose, and Forestburg. Photographs commissioned by Texaco Canada Inc. (Edmonton), contact is Mike Hoehn.
Location: 0190.02.01.1615.01-.79
A Man for All Seasons, 1974
61 ; 23 negatives ; photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “A Man for All Seasons”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “A Man for All Seasons” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1616.01-.61
The Visit, 1974
42 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “The Visit”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1617.01-.42
Stompede, 1980
24 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs from the 1980 Stompede dinner/banquet showing the buffet line, speakers and special guests, award presentations, musical entertainment by the Swan City Swell Fellas, attendees, Stompede Sue contestants and competitions including hat throwing and hay bale roping, and the crowning of Stompede Sue. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1618.01-.24
Group photograph, [ca. 1980]
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photograph of an unidentified group. The group is composed mostly women and may be connected to a church. The photograph was originally found in the Stompede 1980 file. Photograph likely commissioned by the group shown.
Location: 0190.02.01.1619.01-.04
Children’s Hour, 1980
56 ; 19 negatives ; photographs; b & w; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Children’s Hour”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Children’s Hour” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1620.01-.56
Purple on the Moon, 1979
37 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Purple on the Moon”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Purple on the Moon” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1621.01-.37
Same Time Next Year, 1979
40 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Same Time Next Year”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Same Time Next Year” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1622.01-40
Barefoot in the Park, 1978
9 ; 27 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during a production of “Barefoot in the Park”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Barefoot in the Park” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1623.01-.27
Charlie Brown, 1975
53 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Charlie Brown”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Photographs of the band are also included. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Charlie Brown” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1624.01-.53
Wait Until Dark, 1978
25 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Wait Until Dark”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Wait Until Dark” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1625.01-.25
Virginia Woolf, 1975
24 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Virginia Woolf”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Virginia Woolf” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1626.01-.24
Jacques Burell, 1975
10 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Jacques Burell”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Jacques Burell” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1627.01-.10
Merchant of Venice, 1979
56 ; 19 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. A photograph of the production crew onstage during the bows is also included. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Merchant of Venice” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1628.01-.56
Mixed Doubles, 1976
35 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Mixed Doubles”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Mixed Doubles” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1629.01-.35
Night Watch, 1980
33 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various photographs taken during a production of “Night Watch”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Night Watch” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1630.01-.33
Peace Country Classic Agri Show, 1987
204 ; 89 ; 21 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in. ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the 1987 Peace Country Classic Agri-Show showing presentations, food/drink and the caterers, entries in the grain competition being examined, a livestock competition, award winners, speakers and guests, a livestock auction, dignitaries, and a very large trade show with a variety of booths including those from Neil’s Agri Services Ltd., PAMI Farm Machinery Information Centre, Mountain Mobile Communications, CIBA-GEIGY, May & Baker, Vitavax, Sandoz Agro, Chipman, NARP Processors Ltd. (Sexsmith), North Kakwa Exteriors, Northern Glass (GP) Ltd., ESSO, Cyanamid, Pat’s Auto Supply, Commercial Seed Analysts’ Association of Canada, the Fruit Growers Society of Alberta, Alberta Wheat Pool, Canada-Alberta Crop Insurance, Canadian Seed Growers’ Association, Dynablast, Northern Metalic, SeCan, Unifarm, United Grain Growers Limited, Cargill, County of Grande Prairie, Windy Ridge Farm & Nursery (Hythe), Union Tractor Ltd., Bearing & Bolt Supply Ltd., Farm Credit Corporation Canada, Alberta Treasury Branches, Kruger Return Systems, Plantoasis Hydroculture, The Rake-Up, Fashion Fabrics, Four Season Fabrics, The Health Hut, Canada Grain Commission, Canada Farm Labour Pools, Magnetic Seal, Steel Industries Limited, Investors Personal Financial Planning, Peace Country Fruit Producers Cooperative Ltd., Aeroquip, Co-op Implements, Case, Chigwell Industries Ltd., Allied, John Deere, Shur-Gain, Keddie’s Tack and Western Wear, West Country Products, Suzuki, Nor-Lan, Grande Prairie Rural Crime Watch Association, 4-H, Keith’s Grain Dryer Systems, Salers, Fountain Tire, Red Ram, Perry Farms, Alberta Ag-Industries Ltd., Grande Prairie & District Cooperative Association, Twister, Firestone, Tire Town, Petro-Canada, Alberta Cattle Commission, Grande Prairie Feeders Association Ltd., Royal Trailer, United Farmers of Alberta, and Nelson Great Western Homes. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1631.01-.204
Panda Camera Staff Photos, [ca. 1991]
10 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
The Panda Camera staff, including photographer Paul Pivert, photographed outside the store in the basement of the Co-op building and in the studio. Three different staff groups are shown. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1632.01-.10
Perky Roast, March 26, 1988
34 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Roast held at the Golden Inn in honour of Aleda “Perky” McCullough. The photographs show presentations and speeches, the head table, attendees seated at tables, and the Sweet Adelines performing. Assumed commissioner is organizers of Roast.
Location: 0190.02.01.1633.01-.34
Santa Claus Parade, 1987
111 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Santa Claus Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: carollers, Sweet Adelines, the Pioneer Museum, Grande Prairie Fire Safety House, Royal Bank, City of Grande Prairie, South Peace Area Riding for the Disabled (PARDS), Swan City Snowmobile Club, Park Hotel, Towne Centre Mall, Crystal Park Chorus, Scotiabank, Grande Prairie Stock Car Association, a quad, Northern Cablevision Ltd., Century 21 Total Realty Ltd., Evergreen Park, CJXX, 101 Avenue, CFGP, Army cadets, Grande Prairie and District Multicultural Association, mascots, Toyland, Menzies, Alpine Towing, CFS Beaverlodge, Grande Prairie Regional College, Swan City Auto Club, Kross Kountry Krafts, Grande Prairie Gallery Crafts, Princetone Carbide, Singer Sewing Centre, Tamarama, Deputy Reeve Albert Tomshak, Mayor Dwight Logan, Kelly Sutherland, Miss Grande Prairie (Kim Cornies), Curry’s Jewellers Ltd., “Share the Flame” Celebration ’88, Dog Sled Races, Winterlude ’88, People’s Players with Bethlehem characters, Beaverlodge Guides, Brownies, and Pathfinders, Dawson Real Estate Services, Santa Claus, AGT, and North West Alberta Winter Games. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1634.01-.111
St. Joseph Confirmation, 1987
64 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include group photographs of the students in classes, students being confirmed (selection only), readings, the Archbishop with confirmands, a student procession, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, a musical group, students presenting a skit, and a view from the back of the church. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1635.01-64
Fiddler’s Jamboree, 1988
14 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Old Time Fiddler’s Jamboree held at the Grande Prairie Museum including various fiddlers performing, award presentations, and a group photograph of the fiddlers. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Museum or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1636.01-.14
Beaverlodge Days, 1985
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Photographs of the Beaverlodge Days at the South Peace Centennial Museum showing attendees, scenes of the village and buildings, a threshing demonstration, and old vehicles. Assumed commissioner is South Peace Centennial Museum or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1637.01-.20
Remembrance Day, 1987
25 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Remembrance Day Parade from the Cenotaph. The photographs show a cadet on guard at the Cenotaph and parade participants, including members of the Royal Canadian Legion and Auxiliary, RCMP, Grande Prairie band, bagpipe band, Army and Air Force cadets, Frontiersmen, Elks, Royal Purple, Girl Guides, and Scouts. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1638.01-.25
Remembrance Day, [ca. 1987]
44 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A Remembrance Day Parade from the Cenotaph. The photographs show the Cenotaph surrounded by wreaths, flag bearers, service attendees, and parade participants, including members of the Royal Canadian Legion and Auxiliary, RCMP, Grande Prairie band, Frontiersmen, St. John Ambulance, Elks, Royal Purple, Army cadets, Girl Guides, and Scouts. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1639.01-.44
Accountants 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1985]
60 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta 75th Anniversary banquet held at the Golden Inn. The photographs show attendees mingling, entertainment in the form of a skit, speakers, attendees seated at tables, dignitaries, and the buffet line. Notable attendees include Clem Collins, Oscar Blais, MLA Bob Elliott, and GPRC President Dorothy Rowles. Assumed commissioner is Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta.
Location: 0190.02.01.1640.01-.60
Cross-country Skiing, [ca. 1985]
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
An unidentified group of people outside for cross-country skiing. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1641.01-.04
Beaverlodge Research Station Anniversary, [ca. 1985]
45 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
The celebration of a notable anniversary (perhaps the 70th or 75th) of the Beaverlodge Research Station. The photographs show numerous participants, many of whom are wearing nametags, and a children’s activity. Original file was incorrectly labelled as the 100th Anniversary of the Beaverlodge Research Station. Assumed commissioner is Beaverlodge Research Station or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1642.01-.45
P & G From the Air, [ca. 1985]
23 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Aerial photographs of the Procter and Gamble mill south of Grande Prairie on the Wapiti River. The photographs show piles of logs, heavy equipment, railway tracks and railcars, and the mill buildings from various angles and altitudes. Photographs of surrounding farms and houses in Grande Prairie are also included. Assumed commissioner is Procter and Gamble.
Location: 0190.02.01.1643.01-.23
50th Anniversary Sister Lillian, May 1975
53 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A celebration held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in honour of Sister Lillian St. Pierre’s 50th Anniversary. The photographs show attendees participating in a service, the choir and accompaniest, a priest playing the violin, Oscar Blais making a presentation, Sister Lillian, the head table, group photographs, and Sister Lillian with the cakes. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1644.01-.53
St. Joseph Confirmation, June 1977
41 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), the congregation, distribution of communion, the acolytes and organist, the recessional, the choir, the opening procession, a reading, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, and the Archbishop with a confirmand. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1645.01-.41
St. Joseph Confirmation, 1979
35 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), a reading, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, a presentation by the confirmands, the communion procession, the Archbishop greeting confirmands, the recessional, and the Archbishop with a congregant and a confirmand. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1646.01-.35
St. Joseph Confirmation, 1980
28 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), a presentation by the confirmands, the communion procession, a song by a confirmand accompanied by a guitar, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, and the opening procession. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1647.01-.28
St. Joseph Confirmation, 1981
24 ; 7 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include students being confirmed (selection only), the opening procession, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, and a view from the back of the church. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1648.01-.24
St. Joseph Easter Vigil, April 18, 1981
32 ; 11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church 1981 Easter Vigil. Scenes include the lighting of the Christ candle, congregants worshipping by candlelight, adult baptisms, communion, and the recessional. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1649.01-.32
St. Joseph Confirmation, May 31, 1982
26 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include the opening procession, the Archbishop and assisting priests, and students being confirmed (selection only). Uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1650.01-.26
St. Joseph Confirmation, 1983
30 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of the St. Joseph Catholic Church confirmation including students from several different schools. Scenes include the opening procession, students being confirmed (selection only), the choir and band, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass, and the communion procession. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1651.01-.30
St. Joseph Catholic Church – 50th Anniversary of the Redemptorist Fathers, May 1982
47 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A celebration at St. Joseph Catholic Church of the 50th Anniversary of the Redemptorist Fathers in Grande Prairie showing scenes from the church service and following festivities including the recessional, Knights of Columbus in their regalia, a side chapel, the Archbishop mingling with congregants, refreshments in the courtyard, various congregants, ticket sales, a view from the back of the church, a reading, the Archbishop conducting part of the Mass surrounded by several priests, communion being prepared, the presentation of a plaque, and a message by the Archbishop. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1652.01-.47
St. Joseph Catholic Church – 50th Anniversary of the Redemptorist Fathers, May 29-30, 1982
61 ; 15 ; 26 ; 1 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 11×8 mm (Disc film) ; 4×6 in. ; 3.5×5 in.
A celebration at St. Joseph Catholic Church of the 50th Anniversary of the Redemptorist Fathers in Grande Prairie showing scenes from the banquet held at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn including speeches, an overall view of the room, attendees (including several priests) mingling and seated at tables, Brother Alban and Oscar Blais singing accompanied by a band, the head table, a plaque listing all of the priests who had served at St. Joseph’s, and dancing. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1652.48-.122
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, April 28, 1979
28 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Individuals, couples, families, and groups, most of them presumably graduates, outside of the College at the 1979 Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation. Also included are photographs of a family and a speaker at the graduation banquet. Photography arranged by Grande Prairie Regional College, contact is Peter Vogan, but assumed uncommissioned work because no sitting fee was charged and individual photographs were sold to various customers.
Location: 0190.02.01.1653.01-.28
Last Day Chuckwagons and Award of Labatts Cup – Stompede, 1978
61 ; 19 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The last day of chuckwagon races at the 1978 Stompede and the awarding of the Labatts Cup. Scenes include chuckwagons racing, the winning team with the Labatts Cup, a speech by the driver, and the driver drinking from the Cup, and several horses in stalls at the stampede grounds. Also included are photographs of an indoor celebration showing a speech by Mayor Al Romanchuk, presentation of the Labatts Cup, chuckwagon drivers (including Dave Lewis, Tom Sinclair, Ralph Vigen, and Kelly Sutherland) assembled at the stage, and attendees mingling and seated at tables. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1654.01-.61
Gun Show, 1979
68 ; 23 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A gun show held at the D Company Armouries with booths displaying weaponry of various kinds including swords, bows, and guns, metal detectors, ammunition, and Native leather and beadwork. Exhibitors include the Wapiti Shooters Club, Prairie Cycle & Sports, and numerous individuals and small companies. Also included are photographs showing a bird’s-eye-view of the displays and an archery demonstration. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1655.01-.68
Bill Bowes Roast, June 10, 1978
34 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A roast in honour of Bill Bowes held at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn. Scenes include speeches, the head table, attendees seated at tables, and a group photograph of Sylvia and Orm Shultz, Marg and Bill Bowes, and Pat and Harry Schneider. Assumed commissioner is organizers of Roast or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1656.01-.34
International Hot Air Balloon Championships, 1980
40 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
International Hot Air Balloon Championships banquet showing award presentations, speakers, attendees posed with sponsors’ banners (UFA Bob’s Farm Service, Daily Herald Tribune, CFGP Radio, Towne Centre Mall, Prairie Villa Realty Ltd., Lauzon’s, CP Air, Hoag Holiday Tours, and Tissington Homes), and musical entertainment. Assumed commissioner is organizer of the Championships or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1657.01-.40
International Hot Air Balloon Championships, 1980
11 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in. and 5 x 5 in.
International Hot Air Balloon Championships showing balloons being inflated next to the creek in Muskoseepi Park, balloons on the ground and in the air, and a helicopter flying and with its crew on the ground. Assumed commissioner is organizer of the Championships or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1657.41-.51
Bobby Hull, January 1979
38 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ;
Hockey star Bobby Hull visits Grande Prairie. Scenes include Hull mingling with guests at a party, hockey players at the arena, opening ceremonies at the arena including speeches, award and gift presentations, and Hull dropping the puck, an action scene during the hockey game, Hull signing autographs for numerous young fans, and Hull posed with fans. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1658.01-.38
RCMP Ball, September 13, 1980
9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Attendees, several in uniform, gathered in families, couples, and larger groups pose for photographs under the gazebo at the 1980 RCMP Ball. Assumed commissioner is RCMP.
Location: 0190.02.01.1659.01-.09
Business Revitalization Zone (BRZ) Downtown, January 24, 1987
178 negative; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Detailed photographs of several blocks comprising Grande Prairie’s Downtown, with numerous views of each block to show each building. Notable buildings and businesses include: the Grande Prairie Curling Club, Sears, GP Music, Central Trust, the Jan Theatre, St. Clair Paint and Paper, the Cooperators, the Credit Union, Toronto Dominion Bank, Avco Financial Services, Phil’s Hair Quarters, the Gaiety Theatre, Timothy’s, Midtown Restaurant, Salem Book Shoppe, the Gourmet, Baldwin Pianos and Organs, Shalimar Beauty Salon, Nash Life & Real Estate Agency, Shamrock Drug, the Cue Inn Recreation, Rose’s Flowers, Sweet Sixteen, Alberta Treasury Branch, Travel Handlers, Larry’s Sport Shop, Scotiabank, HFC Financial Centre, Speedy Film and Camera, Furs by Lorraine, Co-op, Woolworths, CJXX, Head West, Paquin Photographs, Metropolitan, Holroyd Drugs, Panda Camera, Moore’s Hair Styling, Dahl’s Creative Touch, Rudi’s Lock Key Service, Angela L. Howey Barrister & Solicitor, Picture Perfect Frame & Gallery, Dr. R. C. Hook Optometrist, Mister’s, Prairie Information, Zellers, Ernie’s Sport Centre, Corona Famous Steaks, Top Shoes, Curry’s Jewellers, Ken Head Sports World, Townline Men’s Wear, Discovery Ladies Wear, Grandeur, Good News, Pepper Pot Cafe, Home Hardware, Bank of Montreal, Downtown BRZ Association, Grande Prairie Optical, Keytop Business Machines Ltd., Ye Olde Clearing House, Western Saws, Park Hotel, 214 Place, Menzies Printers and Stationary, Furniture Centre, G.P. Gallery Crafts, Grande Prairie Animal Hospital, Park Barber Shop, H & R Block Income Tax, Vak Shak, Ramona, After Hours Boutique, Singer, Teddy Bears, Royal Bank, Grande Prairie Public Library, Brown Brothers Men’s Wear, Al’s News, Trumpeter Repair, Fashion Boutique, Hair Loom Family Hair Care Centre, Health Food Supplies, Hobby House, City Limits, Elegant Boutique, Chateau Shoes, Imperial Garden, Macleods, Continental Bank, Jean Jungle, Campbell Drugs, Central Jewellers, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Lion Business Machines, Windsor Court building, AADAC, Professional Building, Neil D. MacLean Building, The Ranch House, Grande Prairie Post Office, Wilson Building, Maxi Styles, Beltone Hearing Aid Service, Acclaim Computer Centre, Grande Prairie Dental Clinic, KC Submarine Deli, Trans Canada Loans, Lewis & Wright Insurance, Reilly McFarlane Travel, Firestone, York Hotel, Heiland’s, Alberta Opportunity Company, Federal Business Development Bank, Evangel Assembly, Financial Building, Haircraft, Great West Life, Data Block, Bank of Montreal Commercial Banking Unit, Golden Star Dining and Lounge, Peace Building, Tattered Tales, Dawson Management, Northern Academy of Music Ltd., Hansen Ford Lincoln Mercury, Frontier TV, Richmond Dry Cleaners, It’s Pizazze, Expressions Fashions Ltd., Erjo Building, Baaco Pizza, Cygnet Upholstering & Supplies Ltd., Fields, Towne Centre Mall, Boots Drug Stores, Mah’s Family Restaurant, One Hour Martinizing, Cash and Carry Furniture, Videorama Movie Club, Alberta Liquor Store, the Pop Shop, Salvation Army Thrift Store, ESSO, Peoples Full Gospel Assembly, AGT, City of Grande Prairie Community Services Department, and Hudson’s Bay Company. Assumed commissioner is Downtown Business Revitalization Zone Association.
Location: 0190.02.01.1660.001-.178
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Location: 0190.02.01.1661.01-.17
Elks’ Installation, 1974
8 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Elks club installation ceremony featuring members of the Elks and Royal Purple in their regalia. A group photograph of the Elks is also included. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Elks.
Location: 0190.02.01.1662.01-.08
Grande Prairie Skating Club, March 1974
21 photographs; colour; 3.5 x 5 in.
Grande Prairie Skating Club with groups in various themed costumes, posing for the camera. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Skating Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.1663.01-.21
Swan City Figure Skating Club, February 1979
49 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
The Swan City Figure Skating Club with groups in various themed costumes, including Sesame Street, posing for the camera. Photographs of two girls performing are also included. Assumed commissioner is Swan City Figure Skating Club, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1664.01-.49
Skaters, 1974
53 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Individuals, couples, and groups of figure skaters in various themed costumes, posing for the camera. Assumed commissioner is featured figure skating group.
Location: 0190.02.01.1665.01-.53
Figure Skating, 1980
40 ; 10 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in. ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Individuals, couples, and groups of figure skaters in various themed costumes, posing for the camera. A photograph of a woman, presumably a coach, is also included. Assumed commissioner is the featured figure skating group.
Location: 0190.02.01.1666.01-.40
Figure Skating, 1981
11 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Groups of figure skaters in various costumes, posing for the camera. A photograph of a woman, presumably a coach, is also included. Assumed commissioner is the featured figure skating group.
Location: 0190.02.01.1667.01-.11
Figure Skating, February 13, 1981
21 negatives ; photographs; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 7 in.
Groups of figure skaters in various costumes, posing for the camera. Two photographs of women, presumably coaches, are also included. Assumed commissioner is the featured figure skating group, contact is Myrna Jacques, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1667.12-.32
Swan City Figure Skating, February 4, 1982
29 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Individuals and groups of figure skaters in various themed costumes, posing for annual Ice Carnival photographs for the program. Three photographs of women, presumably coaches, are also included. Photographs commissioned by the Swan City Figure Skating Club, contact is Lily Zuzak, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid.
Location: 0190.02.01.1668.01-.29
Grande Prairie and Legion Marching Band, June 18, 1983
1 negative; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
The Grande Prairie and Legion Marching Band, including majorettes, musicians, and instruments, posed outside the Grande Prairie Regional College. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie and Legion Marching Band, contact is Don Hector, although no assignment fee was charged.
Location: 0190.02.01.1669.01
Oh Coward!, November 1976
5 ; 4 negatives; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Various photographs taken during a production of “Oh Coward!”, showing actors, costumes, and set pieces. Assumed commissioner is theatre company producing “Oh Coward” or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1670.01-.05
Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club, July 15, 1980
1 transparency; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
A view of the one of the holes, including golfers and a golf cart, at the Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club. Photograph commissioned by Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club.
Location: 0190.02.01.1671.01
Trumpeter Swan, September 14, 1978
16 ; 4 ; 8 ; 4 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 3.5 x 5 in ; 4 x 6 in.
An unidentified group treating Trumpeter Swans. Scenes include workers posed with an airboat, treating, observing, and holding swans, and the swans being released back into a lake. Assumed commissioner is the group treating the swans or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1672.01-20
Music Festival, 1979
24 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Several groups of Ukrainian dancers, singers, and musicians of various ages, many in traditional dress, performing at a Music Festival. A photograph of an award being presented is also included. Possible commissioner is music festival, the Ukrainian dance group, or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1673.01-.27
Alberta Winter Games, 1980
31 ; 1 ; 7 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in. ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A reception in celebration of the Alberta Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1980. The photographs show a group (including Larry Shepherd, Daisy May, Marleen Ferguson, Len Luders, and Brian Swain) holding a games poster, various speakers and dignitaries, and groups of attendees. Assumed commissioner is Alberta Winter Games or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1674.01-.04, .17-.43
Alberta Winter Games, 1980
12 ; 3 ; 12 negatives ; photographs ; slides; colour; 13 x 17 mm ; 3.5 x 4.5 in. ; 35 mm
An outdoor celebration, likely the opening ceremonies, for the Alberta Winter Games held in Grande Prairie in 1980. The photographs and slides show a procession led by flags, a hot air balloon, spectators, speakers and dignitaries including Gunnar Sveinungsgard and Elmer Borstad, and games hostesses beside an Alberta 75th Anniversary Cake. Associated paper indicates that the images may have been commissioned by Heatwave (Edmonton), contact is Bob Hogarth, although there is no record of an assignment fee being charged or paid. Another possible commissioner is Alberta Winter Games or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1674.05-.16, .44-.55
Sons of Norway, June 15-17, 1978
24 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Part of a Sons of Norway celebration, June 15-17, 1978. A gathering at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn with photographs showing digitaries, flag bearers, speakers, attendees, traditional dancing, a group photograph of the dancers in traditional dress, and a decorated chair. Assumed commissioner is Sons of Norway.
Location: 0190.02.01.1675.01-.24
Sons of Norway, June 15-17, 1978
29 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Part of a Sons of Norway celebration, June 15-17, 1978. Photographs of an outdoor event show hayrides, people picnicking, a barbeque, a threshing demonstration and a sawmill demonstration using old equipment, people gathered around a large bonfire, and musicians playing by the bonfire. Assumed commissioner is Sons of Norway.
Location: 0190.02.01.1675.25-.53
Sons of Norway, June 15-17, 1978
21 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Part of a Sons of Norway celebration, June 15-17, 1978. Photographs of a banquet at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn show the head table, attendees, dignitaries, a view of the audience, and a speaker. Assumed commissioner is Sons of Norway.
Location: 0190.02.01.1675.54-.74
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1989]
16 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Photographs show a display area at the Hospital including attendees, refreshments, displays for Volunteer Services, Lifeline, QE II Humor Project, and Grande Prairie Air Service Ltd, and an aerial view of the display area. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1676.001-.012, .142-.145
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1989]
40 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Photographs show an awards presentation event including candystripers and volunteers being honoured, speakers (including Carmen Haakstad), a German band, an historical display of artefacts, documents, and photographs, and a group photograph of candy stripers and volunteers taken outside from above. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1676.013-28, .045-52, .079-86, .094-101
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1989]
31 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. Photographs show a banquet including speakers (including Laverne Sorgaard, Olive Stickney, Ken Fox, and Mr. Simpson), Dr. Joseph and May Storcer and Isabel Campbell being presented with framed drawings of the hospital, and banquet attendees. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1676.029-.044, .076-.078, .130-.141
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1989]
24 ; 7 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. The photographs show a very elaborate cake with portions for each of the different hospital buildings constructed in 1914, 1964, 1984 and 1989 and people cutting each portion. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1676.053-.075, .093
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital 75th Anniversary, [ca. 1989]
46 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations for the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital. The photographs show an event held outside Mackenzie Place including attendees, a model of the sculpture outside Mackenzie Place, the band, speakers and dignitaries (including Dwight Logan and Laverne Sorgaard), and an overall view of the crowd and podium. Assumed commissioner is Queen Elizabeth II Hospital or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1676.087-.092, .102-.129, .146-.157
Composite High School, 1971
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Students attending various classes at the Grande Prairie Composite High School including home economy, music (string orchestra), chemistry, physics, art, math/drafting, and cosmetology and studying in the library. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1677.01-.20
Composite High School Graduation, 1971
28 ; 6 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including graduates having received their diplomas (selection only) and couples and families in formal dress posed on a staircase (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1677.21-.48
Composite High School Graduation, 1971
1 ; 1 negative ; photograph; colour; 3.25 x 2.25 in. ; 5 x 7 in.
The Grande Prairie Composite High School 1971 graduating class in robes and mortar-boards. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1677.49
Composite High School Graduation, 1973
61 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including speakers, special awards, the choir, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), the dance, and families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed on a staircase. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1678.01-.61
Composite High School Graduation, 1974
43 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), speakers, special awards, the choir, a group of graduates, and families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed on a staircase. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1679.01-.43
Composite High School Graduation, 1974
2 negatives; colour ; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
The Grande Prairie Composite High School 1974 graduating class in robes and mortar-boards. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1679.44-.45
Composite High School Graduation, 1977
88 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including the opening procession of graduates, speakers, a musical performance by one of the graduates, the presentation of a tribal headress, special awards, the choir, the platform party, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), the band, and individuals, families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1680.01-.88
Composite High School Graduation, 1978
54 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including the platform party, assembled graduates and audience members, a musical presentation by one of the graduates, special awards, speakers, the choir, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1681.01-.54
Composite High School Graduation, 1978
9 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under a gazebo. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1681.55-.63
Composite High School Graduation, 1979
57 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including speakers, the choir, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), assembled graduates and audience members, and the dance. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1682.01-.57
Composite High School Graduation, 1979
15 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed on a bridge. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1682.58-.72
Composite High School Graduation, 1980
57 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including speakers, special awards, the choir, a musical performance by two graduates, the platform party, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), and a graduate with his family on the stage. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1683.01-.57
Composite High School Graduation, 1980
12 ; 12 negatives; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under a gazebo. Many of these photographs were ordered and the family names identified include Wood, Mah, Balisky, Bryan, Boyd, Boyce, Hansen, Meyer, Remple, and Gillespie. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1683.58-.69
Composite High School Graduation, 1981
56 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including assembled graduates and audience members, speakers and dignitaries, special awards, the platform party, the choir, a musical performance by a group of graduates, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1684.01-.56
Composite High School Graduation, 1981
13 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under an arch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1684.57-.69
Composite High School Graduation, 1982
52 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including the band, the platform party, assembled graduates and audience members, the choir, special awards, musical performances by groups of graduates, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1685.01-.52
Composite High School Graduation, 1982
1 ; 1 negative ; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
The Grande Prairie Composite High School 1982 graduating class in robes and mortar-boards outside of the high school. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1685.53
Composite High School Graduation, 1982
10 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under an arch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1685.54-.63
Composite High School Graduation, 1983
45 ; 15 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including assembled graduates and audience members, speakers, the platform party, the choir, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, although only billed for photofinishing.
Location: 0190.02.01.1686.01-.45
Composite High School Graduation, June 30, 1983
13 ; 13 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under a gazebo. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, although only billed for photofinishing.
Location: 0190.02.01.1686.46-.58
Composite High School Graduation, June 29, 1984
59 ; 19 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including speakers (including Willie de Wit), the choir, special awards, assembled graduates and audience members, the platform party, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, although only billed for photofinishing.
Location: 0190.02.01.1687.01-.59
Composite High School Graduation, June 29, 1984
12 ; 12 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under an arch at the Grande Prairie Motor Inn. Photographs commissioned by Grande Prairie Composite High School, although only billed for photofinishing.
Location: 0190.02.01.1687.60-.71
Composite High School Graduation, 1985
55 ; 18 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including assembled graduates and audience members, the band, the platform party, speakers, special awards, diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), principal Barry Edgar and two other men on the stage, a mural on the gym wall showing graduate names, and three graduates in their robes posed under an arch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1688.01-.55
Composite High School Graduation, 1985
14 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed under an arch. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1688.56-.69
Composite High School Graduation, 1987
49 ; 17 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation commencement ceremony including assembled graduates and audience members, special awards, speakers, the choir, the platform party, and diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only). Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1689.01-.49
Composite High School Graduation, 1987
19 ; 16 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 4 x 5 in. ; 4.25 x 5 in.
Formal potraits from the Grande Prairie Composite High School Graduation showing families, couples and groups of graduates and other students in formal dress (selection only) posed in front of a backdrop. Also included is a photograph of the gymnasium decorated with balloons and streamers. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Composite High School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1689.50-.68
Balloons, 1992
24 ; 7 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Hot air balloons flying in the Sexsmith area. Companies advertised on the balloons include Gogal Real Estate, Safeway, Cameron Balloons, and TDK. Likely commissioned work but no indication as to identity.
Location: 0190.02.01.1690.01-.24
Parade -125th Anniversary, July 1, 1992
42 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Festivities, including a parade and activities in Muskoseepi Park, to celebrate Canada’s 125th Anniversary. Parade floats and entries include the Royal Canadian Legion, Grande Prairie Army Cadets, Mayor Dwight Logan, Parade Marshall Dennis Homeniuk, the Grande Prairie band, RCMP, Miss Rodeo Grande Prairie, Norlan Chrysler, CFGP, The Great Peace Country Duck Race, City of Grande Prairie, the Co-operators, Consolidated Insurance Managers, Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, Jo Jo’s Smile Factory, and the Grande Prairie Stock Car Association. Scenes of the celebration in Muskoseepi Park include people seated on the hillside above the band shelter and by the Pavilion, carnival games and a mural, performers, and a large cupcake cake. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1691.01-.42
County Fair Parade, 1987
104 ; 61 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: the Grande Prairie band, ACT Club, Honorary Parade Marshall Ernie Watt, Modern Decore Centre, Jack Wallace, Mayor Dwight Logan, President of the Agricultural Society Ed Welsh, Miss Stompede Sue, Miss Grande Prairie, Rainbow Society, North Country Snowmobile Club, North Country Snow Trail Riders, Wembley and District Agriculture Society, Town of Wembley, AGT, Royal Canadian Legion, Garden World, CIBC, Grande Prairie Fire Safety House, South Peace Area Riding for the Disabled (PARDS), SPCA, Town of Beaverlodge, Big Brothers, Grande Prairie Gymkhana Club, Itipaw 4-H Light Horse Club Grande Prairie, Grande Prairie Food Bank, Co-op, the bagpipe band, Ernie and Marty Lillico 1986 Canadian Team Roping Champs, Bob’s Farm Service UFA, Towne Centre Mall, Moodie Farms Commercial Cattle, S & V Farms Livestock Hauling, Junior Forest Rangers, AGT, Canadian Diabetes Association, West Country Products, Northway Bus, the Vak Shak, Major’s Bar & Grill, Commercial, Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum, Downtown Association, Breeze Street Players, Job’s Daughters, Hire a Student, ESSO, Wee Links, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Snipper’s Barber Shop, antique equipment, Rotary International, Canadian Girls’ Rodeo, a race car, Evangel Assembly, clowns, The Den youth ministry, Alberta Motor Association, Alert Towing & Storage Ltd., B.C. Tree Fruits Ltd., Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, East Indian Cultural Society of Grande Prairie, NARP Processors Ltd., Alpine Towing, County of Grande Prairie, Grande Prairie Shrine Club President Don McDonald, Shrine Club, Greenblade, Jack & Jill Dry Cleaners & Shoe Repairs, Northern Linen Supply Ltd., and horses.
Location: 0190.02.01.1692.001-.104
Santa and Kids, [ca. 1985]
5 photographs; colour; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of kids sitting on Santa’s knee and Santa with Mrs. Claus, elves, and cooks in and beside the sled. Likely commissioned work, but no indication of who.
Location: 0190.02.01.1693.01-.05
St. Joseph 50th School Reunion, September 3, [ca. 1972]
18 negatives; colour; 35 mm
St. Joseph Catholic School 50th Anniversary reunion. The photographs show a celebratory Mass involving several priests and the Archbishop, and groups of school reunion attendees. Asssumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic School or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1694.01-.18
Legion Convention – Parade, 1985
77 ; 21 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985. Photographs show members from the local branch before the parade began, parade participants including RCMP, members of the Armed Forces, bagpipe band, numerous flag-bearers, Legion members, and Legion Ladies Auxiliary members, a ceremony at the Cenotaph, the parade marching past the reviewing platform outside the Legion building, and reviewing platform dignitaries. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.001-.077
Legion Convention – Ceremony, 1985
58 ; 16 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985. Photographs show an indoor ceremony with dignitaries signing a document, speeches, attendees (including MLA Bob Elliott), the platform party, a musical presentation by the Ladies Auxiliary, and overall views of the gymnasium showing attendees and the platform. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.078-.090, .123-167
Legion Convention – Banquet, 1985
12 ; 3 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985. Photographs show scenes from a banquet including the buffet line, attendees in costume, and a bagpipe band performing. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.091-.102
Legion Convention – Cenotaph, 1985
20 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985. Photographs show a ceremony at the Cenotaph including Legion members at attention, speeches, and wreath laying. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.103-.122
Legion Convention – Portraits, 1985
6 ; 2 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985. Portraits of two Legion Members. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.168-.172, .191
Legion Convention – Caterers, 1985
1 ; 1 negative ; photograph; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985 showing a group in the kitchen, presumably the catering crew. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.173
Legion Convention – Entertainment, 1985
49 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Scenes from the Royal Canadian Legion Convention held in Grande Prairie in 1985 showing the theatrical entertainment provided, which seems to have a World War II theme. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1695.174-.190, .192-.223
County Fair Parade, 1985
178 ; 67 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A County Fair Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: Mayor Oscar Blais, MLA Bob Elliott, Agricultural Society President Milt Hommy, Fair Board President Rodney Elvestad, City of Grande Prairie, a bagpipe band, Miss Stompede Sue, Bernie Desrosiers New Democratic candidate, a dogteam, Alberta Forest Service, Martin Cree and the New Democrat Party, West Country Products, Red Cross, South Peace Horticultural Society, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital and Mackenzie Place, Canadian Girls in Training, Alberta Treasury Branches, Antelope Inspection Services, The Fishnet youth ministry, Goldstar, the Grande Prairie band, City of Dawson Creek, Grande Prairie Gymkhana Club, Co-op, Heritage Lodge, Wildrose Manor, Beaverlodge Band, Peace Country Amateur Radio Club, a race car, Visa Truck Rentals, Northern Metalic, Mountain Mobile Communications Ltd., E & E Welding and Mechanical, Wapiti Gravel Suppliers, Harry’s Auto Wrecking, Grande Prairie Fire Department, Sons of Norway, Grande Prairie Pioneer Museum, Firemaster Sales and Service, Grande Prairie Horseshoe Club, Claude’s Vending, S & M Kenworth, R. Angus, Peace Farm Power Ltd., Grande Prairie Food Bank, County of Grande Prairie, She Mann’s Hair Styling, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, Auto-Trac Alignment Ltd., The Manhandler, Speedee Mart & Car Wash, Yamaha, Honda, T & E Teamsters BMX Racers, Grande Prairie Piranhas swim club, South Peace Foster Parents, Bruce Stilling Shrine Club President, ACT, Taco Time, CFGP, AVIS, Victorian Order of Nurses, Alberta Junior Forest Wardens, Lee’s Norweigan Fjord Horses, Majestic Tire, Royal LePage, Sexsmith 4-H, and an antique truck. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1696.001-.178
Grande Prairie Regional College Graduation, April 29, 1978
55 ; 20 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Regional College commencement ceremony including diplomas being awarded to graduates (selection only), a speaker and the platform party, special awards, groups of graduates gathered on the stage, and graduates and attendees, professors, and graduates following the ceremony. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1697.01-.55
Legion Parade, 1986
17 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A Remembrance Day parade and ceremony at the Cenotaph. The photographs show speakers, flag-bearers, cadets at attention, and wreath laying at the Cenotaph, and participants in the parade including Legion members, other veterans, Elks, and RCMP. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1698.01-.17
Legion, 1986
28 ; 7 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A Royal Canadian Legion event showing attendees, the head table, members being honoured, and group photographs of Legion and Legion Auxiliary members. Assumed commissioner is Royal Canadian Legion.
Location: 0190.02.01.1698.18-.45
Crystal Park, May 18, 1991
4 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Group photographs of students at Crystal Park School. Assumed commissioner is Crystal Park School.
Location: 0190.02.01.1699.01-.04
TV Shots – Panda Camera Advertising, [ca. 1990]
4 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Exterior views of the Panda Camera store located in the basement of the Co-op in Grande Prairie and a photograph advertising the passport photograph service provided by Panda Camera. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1700.01-.04
Co-op Progress Photos, [ca. 1990]
12 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs showing the renovations done prior to the opening of the Panda Camera store in the basement of the Co-op. The Panda Camera staff is also shown with photographic equipment. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1701.01-.12
Grande Prairie Welcomes the Olympic Torch, 1988
38 ; 11 ; 12 ; 1 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35mm ; 2.5×2.5 in. ; 4×6 in. ; 3.5×5 in. ; 4×5 in.
The Olympic Torch Relay passes through Grande Prairie prior to the 1988 Olympic Winter Games hosted in Calgary. The photographs show the Relay including the torch being carried by numerous runners in from the airport, east down 100 and 101 Avenues, south down Resources Road, and back out to the airport, a second torch being lit, a group photograph of the runners at the airport, and the Olympic flames in a special casket outside the official Torch Relay aircraft; a banquet including a martial arts demonstration and team photograph, a speaker, an unidentified group wearing medals and Torch Relay jackets, and banquet attendees gathered around tables; and a close-up shot of the torch design. Possibly commissioned by group organizing Olympic Torch Relay or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1702.01-.49
Prime Minister Brian Mulroney Visit, July 31, 1988
88 ; 24 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
Prime Minister Brian Mulroney’s visit to Grande Prairie in 1988, accompanied by his family. The photographs show several events held during the visit including the Mulroney family arriving at the Grande Prairie airport, a welcome banner, and the Prime Minister mingling with the crowd; an event outside the Muskoseepi Park Pavilion with a welcome by Mayor Dwight Logan, the Prime Minister mingling with crowds, and special guests; a Rotary reception at the Grande Prairie Inn with various speakers, including the Prime Minister, and the Prime Minister being presented with a gift; an event at Evergreen Park with the Mulroney family on a hayride, a lumberjack competition, the Prime Minister mingling with crowds, and assembled press photographers; a banquet with the Prime Minister and his wife greeting attendees; and a portrait of MP Albert Cooper and his family. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1703.01-.88
Bishop Legare, June 1993
82 ; 30 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A celebration in honour of Bishop Henri Legare including tributes by various speakers and groups, musical, theatrical, and dance presentations, a speech by Bishop Lagare, the Bishop greeting guests, cutting a cake, exiting beneath the swords of the Knights of Columbus, and with a group of clerics and special guests. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1704.01-.82
Alaska Highway Convoy, June 11, 1992
20 ; 8 negatives ; photographs; colour and b & w; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A convoy travelling the Alaska (Alcan) Highway in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of its completion stops in Grande Prairie June 11, 1992. The photographs show various convoy participants and antique vehicles outside of the D Company Armouries. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1705.01-.20
Grande Prairie Regional College 25th Anniversary, [ca. 1981]
21 ; 9 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Various attendees at the Grande Prairie Regional College 25th Anniversary celebrations. The photographs include candid shots of attendees and a posed photograph of an unidentified group. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Regional College or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1706.01-.21
Randy Gregg Golf Tour, 1991
75 ; 35 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
The Randy Gregg Golf Tournament in support of Ronald McDonald house, including group photographs of the various participants and golfers assembled outside of the clubhouse. Assumed commissioner is Randy Gregg Golf Tournament or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1707.01-.75
Fun Team 92 Golf Tour, 1992
75 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Group photographs of participants in the Fun Team 92 Golf Tour. Assumed commissioner is Fun Team Golf Tour or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1708.01-.75
July Parade, July 1, 1992
24 ; 14 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
A Canada Day Parade showing floats and entries in the parade, as well as parade spectators in the background. Entries and participants include: the Co-operators, Paramount Towing, gymnastics, Consolidated Insurance Managers, Army cadets, Royal Canadian Legion, a bagpipe band, Swan City Auto Club, Remax, Grande Prairie Friendship Centre, CJXX Power Country, Audio Concepts, Wapiti Finch Hay & Trail Rides, and the Second Streeters. A photograph showing crowds and games by the Muskoseepi Park bandstand is also included. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1709.01-.24
Paesano’s Golf, [ca. 1990]
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from a Paesano’s Golf event showing golfers on the course by golf carts, in groups, golfing, and at concession stand, and in clubhouse with and receiving trophies. Assumed commissioner is Paesano’s Golf or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1710.01-.16
Prop Shots, [ca. 1990]
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Various views of the Panda Camera Studio on the Park house, St. Joseph Catholic Church, and buildings along the west side of 102 Street between 102 and 103 Avenue. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1711.01-.08
Co-op Yard Party, April 20, 1991
7 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Co-op Yard Party held in the Co-op parking lot. The photographs show event attendees, the band, people cooking pancakes, and a mascot. Assumed commissioner is Co-op or may be uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1712.01-.07
Flood Photos – Studio, [ca. 1990]
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
An outdoor flood at the Panda Camera Studio on the Park. The photographs show the flood waters in the back alley, along the curb of an unidentified street, and in the backyard of the Studio. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1713.01-.08
Grande Alberta Paper Ltd., [ca. 1995]
30 ; 10 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs related to a proposal by Grande Alberta Paper Ltd. to build and operate a pulp and paper plant in Grande Prairie. The proposed plant was never built. The photographs show a presentation made to a crowd of listeners, a group of dignitaries including Tom and Jan Shields and MLA (Grande Prairie-Wapiti) Wayne Jacques, aerial photographs of various locations, heavy forestry equipment, and the airstrip at Rainbow Lake. Assumed commissioner is Grande Alberta Paper Ltd.
Location: 0190.02.01.1714.01-.30
Pipestone Original School Class, [ca. 1990]
14 ; 5 negatives ; photographs; colour; 35 mm ; 4 x 6 in.
Photographs of a Pipestone School class reunion showing attendees, the Pivert family (Roland, Suzanne, Paulette, and Paul), the band, and an outdoor service at the Pipestone Creek campground. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by Pipestone Reunion group.
Location: 0190.02.01.1715.01-.14
Good Friday, [ca. 1990]
20 negatives; colour; 35 mm
A Good Friday service held at St. Joseph Catholic Church showing scenes from a re-enactment of the Biblical Good Friday story. Assumed uncommissioned work or may have been commissioned by St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1716.01-.20
Swanavon, [ca. 1990]
1 photograph; colour; 4 x 6 in.
An unidentified group, possibly former students or teachers, posed outside of Swanavon School. Assumed commissioner is Swanavon School.
Location: 0190.02.01.1717.01
Tissington Aerials, 1968-1969
3 negatives; b & w; 3.25 x 2.25 in.
Aerial images of the City of Grande Prairie. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.001-.003
Tissington Industries Grande Cache, January 1970
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Exterior views of homes constructed by Tissington Industries in Grande Cache, interior views of a living room, dining room, and kitchen, and a Tissington Industries truck onsite. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.004-.015
Tissington Plant/Homes, February 8, 1970
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An exterior and interior view of the Tissington plant located in a hanger at the Grande Prairie airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.016-.017
Tissington Office Unit, November 1971
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Interior views of a damaged office unit. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.018-.025
Tissington 50 Years, [ca. 1970]
3 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Photographs of a 50th birthday party held for Bernard (?) Tissington showing Mr. Tissington with two cakes and various guests. Assumed commissioner is Tissington family.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.026-.028
Interior of Tissington Industries, [ca. 1970]
1 slide; colour; 2 x 3 in.
An interior view of the Tissington Industries plant showing workers framing and installing insulation. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.029
Tissington Industries, [ca. 1970]
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The photographs include general construction and warehouse views, exterior and interior views of the Tissington Homes office, and interior and exterior views of the Tissington Construction Ltd. Work Shop. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.030-.041
Tissington Industries and Grande Prairie Businesses, [ca. 1970]
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The photographs show a landscape view of an unidentified lake, a view of the main street, various Grande Prairie businesses and buildings including Safeway, Texaco/Grande Prairie Motors Ltd., the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Deluxe Cleaners, CFGP, Pacific 66 and Case, and a Tissington Industries truck. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.042-.053
Tissington Industries Homes and Apartments, August 1970
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Homes and apartments buildings constructed by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.054-.065
Tissington Duplexes, August 1971
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Duplexes and homes constructed by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.066-.071
Tissington Color 1st Brochure, [ca. 1970]
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Exterior and interior views of the Tissington Industries plant located in a hangar at the Grande Prairie airport, presumably for use in a brochure advertising the company. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.072-.079
Tissington Industries Fisheye B & W, 1969
12 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Photographs of Tissington Industries and the Grande Prairie airport showing a CP Air plane parked on the tarmac outside the airport with the Tissington Industries building in the background, exterior views of the Tissington Industries, Liberty Airways, and other hangars, and interior of the Tissington Industries plant using a fisheye lens. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.080-.091
Tissington Industries, [ca. 1970]
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Exterior views of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport and an arch-rib building constructed by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.092-.093
Tissington Industries, [ca. 1970]
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
The interior of a Tissington Industries modular unit under construction. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.094-.095
Tissington Truck, November 1965
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The photographs show a Tissington Construction Ltd. pick-up truck at the loading door of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie airport and a Tissington Industries flat-bed truck loaded with wood. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.096-.097
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Interior views of various parts of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.098-.100
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
5 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Plans for various arch-rib buildings. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.101-.105
Tissington Negatives of Plant, January 1970
11 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The photographs show workers involved in various parts of the Tissington Industries construction process including consulting plans, cutting, building, and transporting pieces by truck, forklift, and overhead lift. A photograph of a photographer with his equipment in front of the Gaiety Theatre is also included. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.106-.116
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
6 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Homes constructed by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.117-.122
Tissington, [ca. December 1969]
6 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The photographs show workers involved in various parts of the Tissington Industries construction process at the plant located in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.123-.128
Tissington, [ca. December 1969]
6 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
The photographs show Tissington-built buildings in various stages of completion. Also included are an interior photograph of a bathroom and an artists’ sketch of the exterior of a Tissington Industries office building. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.129-.133
Tissington, [ca. December 1969]
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
A Tissington-built home nearing completion on a lot. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.134
Tissington, [ca. December 1969]
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The interior of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. The photographs show various stages of the construction process, workers at work, and buildings at various stages of completion. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.135-.146
Tissington, [ca. December 1969]
2 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Views of a street including homes constructed by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.147-.148
Tissington Industries First Train to Grande Cache, July 1969
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The first train loaded with supplies from Tissington Industries bound for Grande Cache. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.149
Tissington Industries Upson Board Dispute, 1968
4 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The photographs show a man seated at a desk and three close-ups of the interior of a building. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.150-.153
Tissington Industries Grande Cache, 1970
1 ; 1 slide ; negative; colour; 2 x 2 in. ; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Aerial views of the Town of Grande Cache. The slide was taken in March 1970, the negative perhaps later the same year. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.154
Tissington Industries Ltd., June 1970
6 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
The interior of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. The photographs show various stages of the construction process, workers at work, and buildings at various stages of completion. A note on the file indicates that a selection were ordered by McMillan June 1970. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.156-.161
Tissington Gr. Motel, March 1970
2 ; 7 slides ; negatives; colour; 2 x 2 in. ; 35 mm
Assembling a motel. The photographs show workers using a crane and forklift to position the modules making up the second storey. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.163-.169, .243
Tissington Trailer Camp Complex, June 1970
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Exterior and interior views of a trailer camp complex showing trailers, the dining hall, kitchen, bedrooms, bathroom, recreation room, and office. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.170-.185
Tissington Industries, March 1970
5 transparencies; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
The interior of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. The photographs show various stages of the construction process, workers at work, and buildings at various stages of completion. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.186-.190
Tissington Industries, [ca. 1970]
3 ; 1 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in. ; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. The photographs show a truck outside the loading door, various stages of the construction process, workers at work, and men consulting plans. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.191-.194
Tissington – Crown Caterers, 1968
5 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Interior views of a trailer under construction, presumably for Crown Caterers. The photographs also show a group of men posed beside a car outside the Tissington Industries plant, beside a trailer, and beside an airplane. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.195-.199
Tissington Industries Plant Shots, 1968
4 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Interior views of a trailer under construction and of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.200-.203
Tissington, [before 1968]
1 ; 1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in. ; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Interior views of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.204-.205
Tissington Aerials, [before 1968]
8 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Aerial views of the City of Grande Prairie from various approaches. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.206-.213
Tissington General Views, 1968
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
An aerial view, perhaps of the Tissington Industries plant. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.214
Tissington General Views, 1968
2 ; 1 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
The construction of an arch-rib building by Tissington Industries and the final product. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.215-.217
Tissington General Views, 1968
1 ; 1 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in. ; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The interior of the Tissington Industries plant in a hangar at the Grande Prairie Airport. The photographs show various stages of the construction process and workers at work. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.218-.219
Tissington General Views, 1968
5 negatives; b & w; 2.5 x 2.75 in.
Artist’s sketches of the front exteriors of six houses. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.220-.224
Tissington Grande Cache, [ca. 1970]
12 negatives; colour; 35 mm
Grande Cache homes constructed by Tissington Industries. The photographs also show a modular home arriving on a flat-bed truck. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.225-.236
Tissington for Canfor, 1967
1 negative; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The photograph shows two men with wood panelling. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.237
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
2 ; 3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in. ; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
The photographs show interior views of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie Airport, a group of workers with tools, and two men consulting plans outside of the plant. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.238-.242
Tissington Interiors, 1966
8 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The photographs show interior views of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.244-.251
Tissington Industries ARR Shipment, 1969
3 ; 2 negatives ; photographs; b & w; 35 mm ; 3.5 x 5 in.
A Tissington Industries shipment, including supplies and a flat-bed truck, on the Alberta Resources Railway. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.252-.254
Tissington Fleet, 1966
2 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; b & w; 4 x 5 in. ; 4 x 5 in.
The Tissington Industry fleet, including vehicles of various descriptions and drivers, outside of the plant at the Grande Prairie Airport. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.255-.256
Tissington Plant Interiors, 1968
5 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The interior of the plant at the Grande Prairie Airport showing workers working and buildings at various stages of completion. The photographs also show a Tissington Industries flat-bed truck loaded with supplies and an arch-rib building under construction. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.257-.261
Tissington Arch Ribs, March 8, 1968
3 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
The photographs show an arch-rib building under construction. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.262-.264
Tissington Industries Plant Interior, [ca. 1970]
4 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The interior of the Tissington Industries Plant at the Grande Prairie Airport showing various construction processes and workers working. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.265-.268
Tissington Home Views, 1965
16 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The exteriors of several homes built by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.269-.284
Tissington Home Views, October 1970
8 negatives; colour; 35 mm
The exteriors of several homes built by Tissington Industries, including the Tissington Industries Transportable Home Display. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.285-.292
Tissington Show Home, 1968
2 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Exterior photographs of a pre-built frame garage and two houses. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.293-.294
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
2 ; 3 negatives; b & w ; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
Interior and exterior photographs of trailers built by Tissington Industries. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.295-.299
Tissington, [ca. 1970]
1 negative; colour; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
A view of part of the Grande Prairie Airport showing a hangar and a couple of planes. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.300
Tissington Home Ext. – NE Subdivision, [ca. 1970]
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Views of site preparation/foundation work for a new home in the NE Subdivision. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.301-.302
Tissington Plant Interior, [ca. 1970]
4 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
Interior views of the Tissington Industries plant at the Grande Prairie Airport showing various stages of the construction process and workers working. Assumed commissioner is Tissington Industries.
Location: 0190.02.01.1718.303-.306
CFGP Opening (New Building), August 13, [ca. 1970]
7 negatives; colour; 2.25 x 2.25 in.
The opening of the new CFGP building including marching RCMP officers, a large assembled crowd, the interior of a broadcasting booth, and speakers and special guests at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Assumed commissioner is CFGP.
Location: 0190.02.01.1719.01-.07
Canadian Forces Station, Beaverlodge, 1974
1 negative; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
A portrait of Air Force Sergeant Charbonneau from the Canadian Forces Station at Beaverlodge. Assumed commissioner is Canadian Forces Station, Beaverlodge.
Location: 0190.02.01.1720.01
Leo Lauzon – New Store Location, March 1974
5 negatives; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Interior views of the new Lauzon’s store showing a variety of mechandise. A photograph of Leo Lauzon and another man in the store and a portrait of Leo Lauzon are also included. Assumed commissioner is Leo Lauzon.
Location: 0190.02.01.1721.01-.05
Ford Motor Co., June 1974
10 negatives; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
A Ford Motor Co. awards ceremony showing various award recipients (Rodacker Sales and Service Ltd., Windsor Motors Ltd., Dave’s Garage Ltd., Capital Motors Pouce Coupe B.C. Ltd., Junction Agencies Ltd., Ford Motors Ltd., Aspol Motors (1963) Ltd., Cobran Motors Ltd., and G. F. Bishop Equipment Ltd.) receiving 1973 Distinguished Service Awards. A photograph of a woman at a desk is also included. Assumed commissioner is Ford Motor Co.
Location: 0190.02.01.1722.01-.10
Rimrock Realty, [ca. 1974]
3 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
The front exteriors of three houses, presumably built by Rimrock Homes or listed by Rimrock Realty. Assumed commissioner is Rimrock Realty.
Location: 0190.02.01.1723.01-.03
Manpower, May 1974
3 negatives; b & w; 2.5 x 2.5 in.
A Manpower meeting showing attendees grouped around a table. Assumed commissioner is Manpower.
Location: 0190.02.01.1724.01-.03
Simpson’s Sears Staff, August 1969
2 negatives; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in.
A group photogrph of the Simpson’s Sears staff and a portrait of a man, presumably a manager. Assumed commissioner is Simpson’s Sears.
Location: 0190.02.01.1725.01-.02
St. Joseph Church, April 1969
18 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Exterior and interior photographs of St. Joseph Catholic Church including the sanctuary, chapel, meeting rooms, and courtyard. Assumed commissioner is St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Location: 0190.02.01.1726.01-.18
Atlantic Richfield, [ca. 1970]
6 negatives; b & w; 4 x 5 in.
Construction of an Atlantic Richfield plant including various buildings, towers, tanks, and equipment. Assumed commissioner is Atlantic Richfield.
Location: 0190.02.01.1727.01-.06
Grande Prairie High School Reunion, 1979
11 ; 1 negatives ; photograph; colour; 2.5 x 2.5 in. ; 5 x 7 in.
Group photographs of attendees, including former students and teachers, at the Grande Prairie High School Reunion for the years 1925-1950. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie High School or Grande Prairie High School reunion group.
Location: 0190.02.01.1728.01-.11
Junior College Group (Graduation), April 1969
12 ; 8 negatives; b & w ; colour; 35 mm
Scenes from the Grande Prairie Junior College Graduation commencement ceremony and following activities including assembled audience members, the platform party, speakers, special awards, and the orchestra, couples posed in formal dress, a group of robed graduates, and an unidentified group including children and families. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.1729.001-.020
Junior College Groups, April 1969
1 ; 4 ; 1 negatives; colour ; b & w; 2.25 x 3.25 in. ; 35 mm ; 4 x 5 in.
Group photographs of Grande Prairie Junior College students, some perhaps for graduation. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.1729.021-.026
Junior College Portraits, April 1969
155 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
Portraits of Grande Prairie Junior College students. Assumed commissioner is Grande Prairie Junior College.
Location: 0190.02.01.1729.027-.181
Panda Camera, [ca. 1969]
5 negatives; b & w; 35 mm
The interior of the Panda Camera store showing merchandise, photographic equipment, and staff. Assumed uncommissioned work.
Location: 0190.02.01.1730.01-.05
Department of Transport, [ca. 1975]
4 ; 3 negatives ; phot