This file contains: When Computer Really Grow Up!; a page from a book containing quotes from Goethe, Mark Twain and Wordsworth; a page from a book containing notes on Oneota; an invitation to a banquet at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (1968); Western People, the magazine insert for the Western Producer (November 1988) including an article on the 1918 influenza epidemic in Milo; Our Purpose and Our Pledge, a reprint of an editorial from the New York Times (January 1941); Unemployment Insurance for Farm Workers (Statement forwarded by Alberta Federation of Agriculture) (1958).
Alberta Federation of Agriculture
Canadian Federation of Agriculture
When Computers Really Grow Up! was originally assigned accession no. UF 2003.0081.120 by Gord Tolton. July 2010 the number was changed to UF 2003.0081.191 to avoid confusion with the photograph UF 2003.0081.12.
File contains a halftone prints of photographs belonging to La Glace UFA agent Norman Edgar used in a 1978 United Farmer magazine article about the Edgar family's involvement with UFA petroleum operation in La Glace. The prints include a photo of Norman Edgar with Oxen in 1912, a ski jump on the Edgars' property from 1919 and a horse-drawn car.
1912 - [ca. 193-] (printed 1978)
In the 1940s Norman Edgar became the UFA petroleum agent at La Glace in conjunction with the La Glace Co-op Association and remained in the position until his death in 1958.
File contains photos of agent Ken Edgar of the La Glace UFA Petroleum Agency, his family members and home.
1967 - 1978
Ken Edgar became the manager of the La Glace Co-op Association's (a UFA-affiliated cooperative) petroleum operations in 1958 following the death of his father, the previous manager. In 1966, his operation became a UFA petroleum agency.