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Leduc Farm Supply – [2001].

Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
4
Series Number
19
File Number
22
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
6 photographs
Scope and Content
File consists of photographs of the Leduc Farm Supply store.
Subjects
Retail trade
Places
Leduc
Accession Number
UF 2004.0011.805
UF 2004.0011.806
UF 2004.0011.807
UF 2004.0011.808
UF 2004.0011.809
UF 2004.0011.810
Date
[2001]
Source
Archival Descriptions

Leduc Farm Store album – 2001.

Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
4
Series Number
19
File Number
71
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
98 photographs (41 online)
Scope and Content
File consists of photographs of the facilities of the Leduc Farm and Ranch Supply Store taken late in 2001. Includes photographs of the exterior and interior of the store building, the yard, and the exterior and interior of outbuildings. The interior of the store has been decorated for Christmas.
Subjects
Farm stores
Places
Leduc
Accession Number
UF 2015.0002.0084-.0181
Date
2001
Source
Archival Descriptions

The United Farmer 1984 November-December Page 12

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1984
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1984
Volume
22
Issue
5
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0071
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
#11;It's Our 75th #31;#29;#11;#11;1918 - Carl Herbert Ohrn, Thorsby, bought two shares worth $5 each in the Leduc UFA Co-operative Association, Limited #31;#29;#11;#11;Petroleum Agency - 1946 #31;#29;#11;UNITED FARMERSi OF ALBERTA , C E HTHA lC OPERATIVE #31;#29;#11;O O LH EE #31;#29;#11;aft #31;#29;#11;#11;UFA Central Co-operative

The United Farmer 1985 January-February Page 14

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1985
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1985
Volume
23
Issue
1
Month
January - February
Call Number
UF 2002.0096.69
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
take early retirement in 1984. There are many solid achievements attained by UFA #31;#29;#11;over the years and full credit must be given to the planning, close monitor- ing of operations and careful man- agement that Bill McCartney was responsible for. #31;James S. Shindler #31;1984 to present time

The United Farmer 1972 June Page 8

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1972
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1972
Volume
10
Issue
5
Month
June
Call Number
UF2014.004.006
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Hills Community Association. For a hobby, Chuck breeds Charolais Cattle. #31;Chuck and his wife Linda have five children, Clayton, Tom, Doug, Colleen and Cindy Lee. #31;Well known throughout Alberta, Chuck's prac- tical background in all aspects of Farmstead Devel- opment should prove invaluable

The United Farmer 1985 January-February Page 7

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1985
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1985
Volume
23
Issue
1
Month
January - February
Call Number
UF 2002.0096.69
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
carload quantities of coal, wood, apples, honey, flour, etc. When mem- bers requested in 1949 that the Farm Supply Division be expanded and modernized to meet current needs, it was logical to again utilize farm lo- cals as buying groups. The locals did a tremendous job. #31;Conditions

The United Farmer 1970 May Page 11

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1970
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1970
Volume
8
Issue
4
Month
May
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.75
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Curling Club and Berwyn Legion #95. #31;#29;#11;He has made many popular contributions to local entertain- ment with his banjo playing. #31;Ray and his wife, Gladys, have four children. Gail is married and has two daughters of her own. Perry received his Pilot's Licence on a Cadet Fly- ing

Chapter 6 Farmers in Business: 1936-1964 Page 10

Author
Gord Tolton
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
Can I Use It?
This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
Source
Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
outside of the Canadian Wheat Board, with a few going so far as to deliberately break the law and go to jail to publicize their cause. Grain was being moved as much by highway as by rail. Semi-trucks that pulled multiple trailers criss-crossed the Prairie provinces. Between 1986 and 1999, several

Chapter 8 Brave New World: 1987-2009 Page 10

Author
Gord Tolton
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
Can I Use It?
This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
Source
Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
outside of the Canadian Wheat Board, with a few going so far as to deliberately break the law and go to jail to publicize their cause. Grain was being moved as much by highway as by rail. Semi-trucks that pulled multiple trailers criss-crossed the Prairie provinces. Between 1986 and 1999, several

The United Farmer 1971 July Page 3

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1971
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1971
Volume
9
Issue
6
Month
July
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.82
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
consists mainly of sheep. #31;Mr. McDonald joined the Can- adian Army in 1939 and saw action in Sicily, Italy and North- west Europe. He was discharged in 1945 with the rank of Sergeant. #31;His first association with United Farmers was in 1929, as a junior F.U.A. Member. Mr. McDonald has

The United Farmer 1982 March-April Page 6

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1982
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1982
Volume
20
Issue
2
Month
March - April
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0057
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
veteran Claude Stevens, who had served as a Delegate representing the Forty Mile area since 1964, is Edmund Hirch of Bow Island. He will repre- sent Sub-district #26. #31;#29;#11;#11;Born in Poland, Mr. Hirch lived in Lethbridge for many years and rented a farm. In 1963, he bought his own place in Bow

The United Farmer 1974 March-April Page 5

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1974
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1974
Volume
12
Issue
2
Month
March - April
Call Number
UF2014.004.008
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
represented the Peace area since 1 968. #31;Mr. Vos raises grain on his farm at Keg River which is located approx- imately, 1 50 miles north of Peace River on the Mackenzie Highway. #31;Chairman of the advisory com- mittee for Improvement District #23, Mr. Vos is also a member of Unifarm. He and

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 5 (Mar. 15, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Year
1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 5 (Mar. 15, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
. Factory and Mail Order Dept., 231 8th Ave. West; branch. 1116a 1st St. West, Calgary, Alberta. 18 #31;U. F. A, LOCALS AND ASSOCIATIONS, #31;Write me for the lowest prices possible on coal, car lots. J. G. States, Wayne, Alta. #31;#29;#11;SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR SHOES #31;and rubbers from us. We sell by

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 6 (Apr. 2, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 6 (Apr. 2, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Feed advertise- .nents see page 8. #31;#29;#11;HEALTH #31;#29;#11;ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH WEAK #31;arches, bunions or callouses? If ao, write for our catalogue. Our Arch Sup- port has given relief to many and It doea not cost any more than an ordinary shoe. Mention this paper and get a valuable coupon. The

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 15 (May 15, 1924) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 15 (May 15, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Altaswede Red Clover seed. Al- berta University strain; tested success- fully seven years; recommended seeding In row 18 inches apart, 5 lbs. acre. $1.00 pound. Dr. E. W. Allln, 8820 lllth St., Edmonton. #31;#29;#11;TIMOTHY SEED, CANADIAN GOVERN- #31;ment standard 2nd grade. Free of prim- ary noxious

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1924) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Sunny Southern Al- berta, Canada, where the bringing of 105,000 acres of rich land under irriga- tion in a well settled district is provid- ing op. ties for double the number of people now there to own paying farms. Water now available, low prices and favorable terms make starting easy

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 13 (Apr. 16, 1924) Page 19

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 13 (Apr. 16, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, 'which are the 1st and 15th of each month. Can- cellations must also reach us eight days in advance. Address all correspondence to "The U. F.A." Lougheed BIdg., Calgary, Alta. #31;#29;#11;BEAUTIFUL BUFF ORPINGTON COCK- #31;erels, pure bred, good type and color; grand laying strain. Price $5.00 each

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 22 (Dec. 1, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Year
1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 22 (Dec. 1, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, #31;with gas, newly papered; 37 foot lot, paved street. West end; value $3,500, equity $2,000; will sell on terms or trade for wheat, oats, barley, baled hay and straw. Also light delivery team, dray and harness, trade for feed. Mission Bridge Feed Store, Calgary. #31;BREEDERS OF LIVE STOCKWE

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 8 (Mar. 18, 1926) Page 19

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 8 (Mar. 18, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Certificate No. 65-1284 reads. No. 1 test 99 in 6 days. M. Watson, Provost. #31;SELLING BROME AND RYE GRASS AND Sweet Clover Seed, mixed, for ten cents per pound. Herbert E. Jinks, Craig- myle, Alta. #31;WONDERFUL DISCOVERYGRASS FOR alkali land. U. S. investigation says new grrass will thrive on

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 14 (May 1, 1924) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 14 (May 1, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
delivery apply to Allan Carswell, the L. B. R. store, Lundbreck, Alta., who is my agent. For seed grow- ing sow 3 lbs. to the acre. J. R. Lane, Lundbreck, Alta. #31;#29;#11;SELLING LIBERTY HULLESS OATS, OT- #31;tawa 400, cleaned, per bus. 80 cents; 10 bus., $7.00. Sacks extra. Ellerby Bros., Throne

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 15, 1923) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 15, 1923)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
, .Tofield, Ali,. #31;#29;#11;Classified Advertising Section #31;#29;#11;HEALTH #31;#29;#11;ARE YOU TRtjBLED WITH WEAK #31;arches, buniot or callouses? If so, write for our ct a logue. Our Arch Sup- port has given nief to many and It does not cost any n. r e than an ordinary shoe. Mention t( 8 paper and get a valuable

The U.F.A. Vol. 12, no. 3 (Mar. 1, 1933) Page 18

Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1933
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1933
Year
1933
Volume
Vol. 12, no. 3 (Mar. 1, 1933)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
other groups will work together to give it effect. #31;I would like all Junior Locals to have a speaker at one of their meetings during the coming year to explain the C.C.F. idea. #31;* • « #31;#29;#11;For news of the Essay Contest see page 20. #31;#29;#11;Convention is 26 cents per copy, and not ten cents

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 23 (Sep. 15, 1924) Page 12

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Volume
Vol. 3, no. 23 (Sep. 15, 1924)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
of a similar class to the same basis as Dominion lea.sed land; recommend re- duction of the membership in the Legis- lative Assembly; and ask the Pro\ancial Government to aid in securing for com- munity pastures lands on which Domin- ion grazing leases will expire shortly. #31;#29;#11;Strathcona

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