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A Cameo of the West – 1936-1949.

Collection/Fonds
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
29
Series Number
1
File Number
1
Material Format
textual records
Physical Description
54 p. : ill.
Scope and Content
The file contains a pamphlet of biographies and reminiscences of pioneer familes of the Sturgeon River district north of Edmonton, Alberta. Filed together with: The magpie menace / by Kerry Wood. -- Red Deer, Alta. : K. Wood, c1949. -- 40 p.
Creator
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61
Publisher
[Namao, Alta.] : U.F.W.A. Local No. 61, 1936 (Edmonton : Commercial Printers)
Other Title Information
: story of the pioneers of the Sturgeon River district, 1879-1900
Subjects
Pioneers
Wildlife
Names
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61
Wood, Kerry
Places
Sturgeon River district (Alta.)
Accession Number
UF 2003.0090.0079
UF 2003.0090.0080
Date
1936-1949
Source
Archival Descriptions

Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 fonds – 1936-1949.

Collection/Fonds
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 fonds
Hierarchy Level
Fonds
Collection/Fonds Number
29
Material Format
textual records
Physical Description
1 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of a published pamphlet: A Cameo of the West : story of the pioneers of the Sturgeon River district. - [Namao] : U.F.W.A. Local No. 61, 1936; and a collected pamphlet: The magpie menace / by Kerry Wood - Red Deer : K. Wood, c1949.
Administrative History
The Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61 was one of the earliest Locals of the United Farm Women of Alberta, located just north of Edmonton. In 1949, when the United Farm Women of Alberta became the Farm Women's Union of Alberta, the local organization became the Namao F.W.U.A.
Creator
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61
Subjects
Locals
Names
Namao U.F.W.A. Local No. 61
Places
Namao
Accession Number
UF 2003.0090.79
UF 2003.0090.80
Date
1936-1949
Source
Archival Descriptions

Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association collection – 1918-1922.

Collection/Fonds
Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association collection
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association collection
Hierarchy Level
Fonds
Collection/Fonds Number
22
Material Format
textual records
Physical Description
4 cm of textual records.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of annual convention programs of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, bound into one volume. The programs include the presidents' addresses; reports of the Board, the Executive, the Women's Section and the Auditor; convention resolutions; portraits; and statistical compilations of membership of each local association.
Administrative History
The Territorial Grain Growers' Association was founded in 1901, with William Motherwell as its first president. In 1906 the organization was renamed the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association while the Alberta members formed the Alberta Farmers' Association. In 1926 the organization merged with the Farmers' Union of Canada to form the United Farmers of Canada (Saskatchewan Section).
Creator
Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association
Subjects
Conventions
Names
Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association
Places
Saskatchewan
Accession Number
46-4
Date
1918-1922
Source
Archival Descriptions

U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society fonds – 1944-1951.

Collection/Fonds
U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society fonds
Hierarchy Level
Fonds
Collection/Fonds Number
18
Material Format
textual records
Physical Description
4 cm of textual records
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of the Society's newsletter for 1944 and 1947-1951.
Administrative History
In March 1944 a group of five UFA Co-op employees began publishing a monthly staff newsletter, provisionally titled You Name It?? By 1946 the newsletter was titled UFA Sco-ops, and it was the official organ of the U.F.A. Staff Co-op Society. Doug Thornton of the Educational Department of UFA Co-op served as its editor during most of its history. The Society organized social and recreational activities and produced the newsletter. In 1949 the Society's name was changed to U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society and the newsletter's title was changed to Sco-ops. In 1951 the Society disbanded and the newsletter ceased publication. A later staff social and recreational association known as ECHO (Employees of the Co-op Head Office) existed from the 1970s onward.
Custodial History
The newsletters had been collected by Doug Thornton.
Creator
U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society
Subjects
Staff associations
Newsletters
Names
U.F.A. Co-op Staff Society
Places
Calgary
Accession Number
UF 2003.0133
Date
1944-1951
Source
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