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Series 1


Ernest and Helen Cross – Correspondence and personal papers. – 1882-1934. – Series consists primarily of correspondence between Ernest and Helen, but also includes Helen’s correspondence with her family and friends before she married Ernest; Ernest’s pre-marriage correspondence with his family in eastern Canada and papers related to the establishment of the a7 Ranche, and records related to their 1899 wedding. Also includes some A.E. Cross estate papers. The series is divided into three sub-series:

A. Helen Macleod’s papers prior to her marriage to Ernest
B. Ernest Cross’ papers prior to his marriage to Helen
C. Correspondence between Ernest and Helen



Series 1-A

Helen Macleod’s papers, prior to her marriage to Ernest
M-289-32 Autograph books. – 1882-1890. – The books belonged to Helen Cross (nee Macleod).
M-289-31 Sketches. – nd. – Drawn by Helen Cross (nee Macleod).
M-8780-1 Obituary of William Drever. – 1887. – William Drever was Helen’s maternal grandfather. – Consists of newspaper obituary, plus an envelope holding dried plant material, possibly from a funeral wreath.
M-8780-2 Letter to Helen Macleod from “Jimbo”. – November 3, 1889. – “Jimbo” was her father, James Farquharson Macleod.
M-8780-3 Letters to Helen Macleod. – 1890. – Consists of letters written to Helen while she attended Bishop Strachan school in Toronto, primarily from her mother, Mary Macleod. Includes letters from her father, James Farquharson Macleod, and from her brother, Norman Macleod.
M-8780-4 Letters to Helen Macleod. – 1891. – Consists of letters written to Helen while she attended Bishop Strachan school in Toronto, primarily from her mother, Mary Macleod. Includes a letter and telegram from her father, James Farquharson Macleod.
M-8780-5 Letters to Helen Macleod. – 1892. – Consists of letters written to Helen while she attended Bishop Strachan school in Toronto. Includes letters from her twin sisters, Mary Macleod and Roma Macleod; from Louisa Scobie; from her father, James Farquharson Macleod; and from her mother, Mary Macleod.
M-8780-6 Letters to Helen Macleod and school memorabilia. – 1893. – Consists of letters written to Helen and her brother, Norman, by their parents and siblings. Includes a Bishop Strachan school concert program, and Helen’s certificate for accomplishments on the piano .
M-8780-7 Letters to Helen Macleod and school memorabilia. – 1894. – Consists of letters written to Helen, including sympathy letters on the death of her father. Includes Bishop Strachan school concert programs, a school exam, and a prize for her art accomplishments.
M-8780-8 Letters to Helen Macleod. – [ca. 1890-1894]. – Consists of undated letters and notes from family and friends, probably written while she attended school in Toronto.
M-8780-9 The Late Col. Macleod. – September 25, 1894. – Consists of a poem published in a newspaper.
M-8780-10 Letter to Helen Macleod, and “Macleod fund” form. – 1895. – Consists of letter from Miss Grier, former teacher from Bishop Strachan school, and a blank copy of a form asking for subscriptions “for the Maintenance of the widow and children of the Late Hon. Mr. Justice Macleod”.
M-8780-11 Letter to Helen Macleod, and dance card. – 1896. – Consists of a letter from H.W.G. Haultain, and dance card for the annual ball in aid of the Calgary General Hospital. The dance card is annotated “coming out”.
M-8780-12 Letters to Helen Macleod. – 1898. – Consists of letters written to her while visiting the Perrys in Vancouver. Includes letter from her mother, Mary Macleod, her sisters, Louisa Scobie, and other friends.
M-8780-13 Helen Macleod’s Hudson’s Bay Company employment contracts. – 1895, 1897-1898. – Helen worked as a clerk in the Calgary store before her marriage.
M-8780-14 Letters from Helen “Nell” Macleod to Ernest Cross. – April 1899. – Consists of letters written during their engagement.
M-8780-15 Letters from Ernest Cross to Helen “Nell” Macleod. – April 1899. – Consists of letters written during their engagement.
M-8780-16 Letters to Helen Macleod. – February-June 1899. – Consists of letters from friends, mostly congratulating her on her engagement. Includes letters from Emma Perry, F.W.G. Haultain, Maggie Baldwin, Duncan Campbell, Margaret MacInnes, Helen Cochrane, Evelyn Cochrane, Agnes Bedingfeld, Emma Lunn, Louisa Scobie, and others.
M-8780-17 Letters to Ernest Cross. – March-June 1899. – Consists of letters from friends, mostly congratulating him on his engagement. Includes letters from A.K. Bedingfeld, Emma Lunn, Helen Cochrane, Evelyn Cochrane, Margaret Cross? (sister), Walter Skrine, and others.
M-8780-18 Letters to Mary Macleod. – May-June 1899. – Mary Macleod was Helen Macleod’s mother. – Consists of letters in reply to invitations to Helen and Ernest’s wedding. Includes letters from Louisa Scobie, E.T. Galt, Laurence Clark, F.A. Macnaghton, Agnes Bedingfeld, Emma Perry, F.W. Godsal, Maggie Baldwin, Jessie Lafferty, and others.
M-8780-19 List of wedding gifts. – June 1899. – Includes gift tags.
M-8780-20 Calling cards. – [ca. 1899]. – Consists of calling cards for Helen and Ernest Cross’ friends and acquaintances.

Series 1-B

Ernest Cross’ papers prior to his marriage to Helen
M-9219-4 Letters to Ernest from his family in eastern Canada. – 1884
M-9190-12 Letter from Ernest Cross to his father in Montreal. – 1885. – Consists of a letter outlining his plans to establish a ranch in Alberta and his opinions of the potential of the country.
M-9219-5 Letters to Ernest from his family in eastern Canada. – 1886-1887
M-9219-6 Family and ranching correspondence. – 1888
M-9219-7 Family correspondence. – 1889
M-9219-8 Ranching correspondence. – 1889
M-9219-9 Family correspondence. – 1890, 1893
M-9219-10 Ranching correspondence. -1890
M-9219-11 Letters from Billy Cochrane and Evelyn Cochrane. – 1890. – The Cochranes were neighbouring ranchers and Billy was later a major investor in the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company. See Series 4 below for extensive correspondence between Ernest and Billy.
M-9190-19 Miscellaneous letters from siblings. – 1894-1896, 1912-1913, 1931. – Consists of letters from his siblings William H. Cross, J. Cross, Harry Cross and Margaret MacInnes.
M-9190-47 Ernest – Miscellaneous personal correspondence. – 1895-1929

Series 1-C

Correspondence between Ernest and Nell
M-8780-21 Letter from Ernest to “Nell” [Helen]. – November 11, 1899
M-8780-22 Letters to Helen and Ernest. – April-May 1900. – Consists of letters and of congratulation on the birth of their first child, Helen Macleod Cross, born on April 2, 1900. Includes letters from Duncan Campbell, Maggie Baldwin, Jean Pinkham, Emma Lunn, Agnes Bedingfeld, Walter Skrine, Evelyn Cochrane, and others. Includes telegrams between Ernest and Dr. Sanson during the labour and birth, and one letter to Mary Macleod on the birth of her granddaughter.
M-8780-23 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – March 28-April 2, April 16-April 23, 1900. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Regina (sitting on the North-West Assembly) and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary and pregnant with their first child. Includes a letter from Ernest to his mother-in-law, Mary Macleod, expressing concern about his wife’s pregnancy.
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M-8780-24 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – April 24-May 3, 1900. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Regina (sitting on the North-West Assembly) and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary and pregnant with their first child.
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M-8780-25 Letters to Helen “Nell”. – April 1900. – Consists of letters from Alexa M. Macleod and Julia Cross (Ernest’s mother).
M-9190-20 Ernest’s correspondence as an MLA in the North-West Assembly. – March-May 1900. – Includes a resolution of the Assembly to extend the National Park (Rocky Mountains), and correspondence regarding patronage appointments, schools in Gleichen, and the North-West Entomological Society.
M-9190-21 North-West Assembly writing paper and envelopes (blank). – [ca. 1900]
M-8780-26 Letter from Ernest to Nell. – January 17, 1901. – Consists of a letter written from the Grand Union Hotel in New York.
M-8780-27 Letter from Ernest to Nell. – April 7, 1901. – Consists of a letter written from Regina where Ernest was sitting on the North-West Assembly.
M-8780-28 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – May 1901. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Regina (sitting on the North-West Assembly) and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary and pregnant with their second child. Includes telegrams re birth of first son, Selkirk Macleod Cross.
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M-8780-29 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – June 1901. – Consists of letters written from Regina where Ernest was sitting on the North-West Assembly and from Nell at home in Calgary. Includes congratulatory letters to Ernest from Helen Cochrane and Margaret MacInnes on the birth of his first son, Selkirk Macleod Cross.
M-8780-30 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – October 1901. – Consists of letters written from the a7 Ranche, High River, and Lethbridge. Also includes a letter to Ernest from his mother, Julia Cross.
M-8780-31 Christmas card to Ernest from W.B. Graodry. – December 1901
M-8780-32 Invitation to Calgary Fire Department ball. – January 1902. – The invitation, addressed to Ernest, has been intentionally scorched around the edges, and therefore is very fragile.
M-8780-33 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – March 19-31, 1902. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Regina (sitting on the North-West Assembly) and in Milwaukee on brewery business, and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary with their two small children.
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M-8780-34 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – April 1-18, 1902. – Consists of letters written by Ernest, who was in Chicago on brewery business and in Regina (sitting on the North-West Assembly), and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary with their two small children.
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M-8780-35 Letters and telegrams about Julia Cross. – May-June 1902. – Consists of messages from Ernest’s Montreal relatives about the illness and death of his mother.
M-8780-36 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – September 6-7, October 17-24, and December 17, 1902. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Lethbridge and Nanton, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-37 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – January 1-15, 1903. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Montreal, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-38 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – January 16-31, 1903. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Montreal, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-39 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – February 1-7, 1903. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Montreal, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-40 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – March 31, April 1, October 23-25, 1903. – Consists of letters written from Fort Macleod and Lethbridge. Also includes a postcard to his son, Selkirk.
M-8780-41 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – February 2-15, 1904. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Chicago (studying brewing methods), and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-42 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – February 16-29, 1904. – Consists of letters written by Ernest, who was in Chicago studying brewing methods, and by Nell, who was at home in Calgary with their three small children. Nell discusses scarlet fever in Calgary, the many problems with running the household, and difficulties with domestic servants.
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M-8780-43 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – March 1-15, 1904. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Chicago (studying brewing methods), and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-44 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – March 16-31, 1904. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Chicago (studying brewing methods), and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-45 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – April 1-5, 1904, 1904. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was in Chicago (studying brewing methods) and Montreal, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-46 Letter from Ernest to Nell. – July 19, 1904. – Consists of a letter written from Claresholm.
M-8780-47 Sympathy letters. – September-November 1904. – The oldest two Cross children, Helen Macleod Cross and Selkirk Macleod Cross, died of diphtheria on September 19, 1904. – Consists of letters from friends, including Lily McIllree, Louisa Scobie, William Pearce, Helen Cochrane, A.K. Bedingfeld, Evelyn Cochrane, E. Birtles, F.W. Godsal, and many others.
M-8780-47 Sympathy letters. – September-November 1904. – The oldest two Cross children, Helen Macleod Cross and Selkirk Macleod Cross, died of diphtheria on September 19, 1904. – Consists of letters from relatives, including Margaret MacInnes, Maggie Baldwin, Emma Lunn, and others.
M-8780-49 Sympathy cards. – September 1904. – The oldest two Cross children, Helen Macleod Cross and Selkirk Macleod Cross, died of diphtheria on September 19, 1904. – Consists of calling cards with brief messages, and small cards which were probably attached to floral arrangements sent to the bereaved family.
M-8780-50 “Funeral of the Two Cross Children”/The Daily Herald. – September 27, 1904. – Consists of newspaper article about the funeral of Helen and Selkirk Cross. File also includes a photograph of the grave (very faded).
M-8780-51 Miscellaneous correspondence. – September- October 1904. – Consists of a letter from Norman Macleod to his mother, Mary Macleod; a postcard from Ernest to Nell, written from Vancouver; and an invitation to a ball held by Lieutenant-Governor Forget.
M-8780-52 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – May 23-June 4, and August 24-26, 1905. – Consists of letters written from Manitoba, Assiniboia [Saskatchewan], and Vancouver. File includes an envelope of child’s hair, possibly from Jim Cross’ first haircut.
M-8780-53 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – March 9-April 22, 1906. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was travelling through Saskatchewan and Manitoba to Chicago and Montreal, and by Nell at home in Calgary.
M-8780-54 Miscellaneous letters to Helen. – 1906. – Consists of letters from Margaret MacInnes regarding purchases made on Helen’s behalf in Montreal; letter from Maggie Baldwin; and a letter from Savannah Photographers in Victoria.
M-8780-55 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – October- December 1906. – Consists of letters written from Regina, the train, and Saskatoon.
M-8780-56 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – January-June 1907. – Consists of letters written from the train, Regina, Edmonton, Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek, Cranbrook, Nelson, Revelstoke, Prince Albert, and Winnipeg.
M-8780-57 Correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – January 16-February 22, 1908. – Consists of letters written by Ernest who was travelling through Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario to Montreal, and by Helen at home in Calgary. File includes a letter from James Galloway to Helen about upkeep of a cemetery plot.
M-8780-58 Miscellaneous letters to Helen. – 1908. – Consists of letter from Jas. Galloway about upkeep of the cemetery plot; and letter from the Hospital Sunday Committee recognizing her contributions.
M-8780-59 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – January-April 1909. – Consists of letters written by Ernest at home in Calgary, to Nell in Montreal, part of which time she spent in the hospital. The file includes letters to Ernest from Margaret MacInnes and Emma Lunn.
M-8780-60 Scarlet fever chart for Mary Cross. – March 14-April 4, 1909. – Consists of a chart recording her symptoms and treatment.
M-8780-61 Letters from Ernest to Nell. – September- October, 1909. – Consists of letters written by Ernest at home in Calgary to Nell and the children at the Oak Bay Hotel in Victoria.
M-8780-62 Miscellaneous correspondence between Ernest and Nell. – February-May 1910. – Consists of letters written by Nell from Calgary and Victoria; and a postcard from Ernest to Nell in Victoria. File includes a homemade valentine from Jim Cross to his mother.
M-8780-63 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – June 1910. – Consists of letters written from Oak Bay, Victoria.
M-8780-64 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – July 1910. – Consists of letters written from Oak Bay, Victoria.
M-8780-65 Correspondence between Nell and Ernest. – August-October 1910. – Nell suffered a miscarriage in Victoria in September, and was hospitalized. – Consists of letters written by Nell from Oak Bay, Victoria and the hospital in Victoria; and postcards written by Ernest during his travels in British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
M-8780-66 Postcards from Ernest to Nell and the children. – March-April 1911. – Consists of postcards written during his travels to British Columbia and Winnipeg.
M-8780-67 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – July-October, December 1911. – Consists of letters written by Nell at the “Willows” near Nanton to Ernest in Calgary. File includes a Christmas letter from Emma Lunn regarding genealogy.
M-8780-68 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – January 1912. – Consists of letters written from Oak Bay, Victoria.
M-8780-69 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – February 1912. – Consists of letters written from Oak Bay, Victoria.
M-8780-70 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – March 1912. – Consists of letters written from Fairfield Road, Victoria.
M-8780-71 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – April 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-8780-72 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – May 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-8780-73 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – June 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-8780-74 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – July-November 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria. File includes a postcard from Ernest to his daughter Mary.
M-9190-13 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – August 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-9190-14 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – November 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-9190-15 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – December 1912. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-8780-75 Architectural plans for Victoria house. – 1912
M-9190-16 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – January 1913. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-9190-17 Letters from Nell to Ernest. – February 1913. – Consists of letters written from Victoria.
M-8780-76 Correspondence between Nell and Ernest. – April-October 1913. – Consists of letters written by Nell from Victoria; and postcards written by Ernest to Nell and the children when they were at the a7 Ranche.
M-8780-77 Family correspondence. – 1914. – Consists of letters written by Nell in Victoria to Ernest in Calgary and England; and postcards to and from the children.

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M-8780-83 Family correspondence. – 1915. – Consists of letters written by Nell to Ernest, and postcards sent by Ernest to Nell and the children.
M-8780-84 Postcards from Ernest. – 1916-1918. – Consists of postcards written by Ernest to Nell and the children, primarily while on the train.
M-8780-87 Family correspondence. – 1920-1928. – Consists of postcards from Nell and Ernest to their children, including several written by Ernest while at the Johns Hopkins Hospital; a letter to debenture holders of University School, Victoria; Nell’s letters from Mary Macleod (her mother) and friends; and a letter from H.W. Jamieson to Ernest about western ranching pioneers.
M-8780-90 Family correspondence and miscellany. – 1930-1931. – Consists of letters from Marmo and John to their parents; letters regarding livestock; invitation to opening of Mount Royal College; and invoice for a hydraulic ram [possibly brewery equipment].
M-9190-46 Letters from Edward, Prince of Wales. – 1931. – 2 letters. – Consists of a request to sit on an advisory board for the EP Ranch.
M-9190-18 Letter to Ernest from Mary Macleod (mother-in-law). – nd
M-9190-127 A.E. Cross’ will. – 1928
M-9190-128 A.E. Cross estate. – 1932-1934


Series 2


Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1894-1931. – Billy Cochrane (who sometimes spelled his name “Billee”) was a rancher and owner of the Little Bow Cattle Company (CC Ranch). He sold the ranch and returned to England in 1909. He was a major shareholder in the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company, and the letters over the years discuss brewery business as well as personal news.

M-9190-22 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1894, 1902-1903, 1907
M-9190-23 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1908-1909
M-9190-24 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1910-1911
M-9190-25 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1912-1913
M-9190-26 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1914-1915
M-9190-27 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1916. – During the First World War prohibition was enacted in Alberta and Cochrane’s letters are filled with information, advice and concern about how to run a profitable brewery when liquor sales were illegal. Temperance beer is often discussed.
M-9190-28 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1917
M-9190-29 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1918-1919
M-9190-30 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1920-1921
M-9190-31 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1922-1923
M-9190-32 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1924
M-9190-33 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1925
M-9190-34 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1926
M-9190-35 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1927
M-9190-36 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – 1928
M-9190-37 Letters to Ernest from Billy Cochrane. – January-February 1929. – 5 letters. – Cochrane died in 1929. File includes copies of obituaries.
M-9190-38 William E. Cochrane estate. – 1929-1931. – Includes correspondence about the disposition of his brewery shares.
M-9190-39 William E. Cochrane’s illegitimate daughter. – 1929-1931. – Consists of letters to A.E. Cross from Bella J. MacKenzie, care giver to “Sally”, apparently Cochrane’s daughter. Cross arranged for support money to be provided from the Cochrane estate.


Series 3


Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1894-1931. – Macnaghten had been a rancher in southern Alberta but returned to Ireland in 1916 when he succeeded to a baronetcy. He was a major shareholder in the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company and the letters are primarily regarding brewery business.

M-9190-40 Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1894, 1903
M-9190-41 Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1919-1923. – The file includes copies of biographical information about Macnaghten.
M-9190-42 Letters to F.A. Macnaghten. – 1924. – Consists of a report on brewery accounting.
M-9190-43 Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1924-1925
M-9190-44 Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1926-1928
M-9190-45 Letters to Ernest from F.A. Macnaghten. – 1930-1931


Series 4


Ernest Cross – Daily journals and notebooks. – 1907-1932. – The series consists of volumes entitled “Daily Journal” which were used only sporadically by A.E. Cross. The few entries record meetings, prices, addresses of people, measurements, and notes to himself, primarily regarding business matters. The series also consists of small pocket notebooks, used extensively to record notes about business and personal matters.

M-9190-1 Daily journals. – 1910, 1911
M-9190-2 Daily journals. – 1912, 1913
M-9190-3 Daily journals. – 1914, 1915
M-9190-4 Daily journals. – 1916, 1917
M-9190-5 Daily journals. – 1918, 1919
M-9190-6 Daily journals. – 1920, 1921
M-9190-7 Daily journals. – 1922, 1923
M-9190-8 Daily journals. – 1924, 1925
M-9190-9 Daily journals. – 1926, 1927
M-9190-10 Daily journal. – 1928
M-9190-11 Notebooks. – 1907-1914, 1922-1925, 1931-1932


Series 5


Helen Cross – Women’s organizations and other activities. – 1880-1956, predominant 1914-1944. – Series consists of personal correspondence and papers related to her work with the Women’s Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (Anglican Church) and the Ladies Hospital Aid Society (Calgary General Hospital).

M-289-29 Helen Cross correspondence. – 1914-1940. – Includes personal correspondence; regarding witnesses to the signing of Treaty No. 7.
M-289-30 Helen Cross correspondence. – 1941-1944, 1949. – Includes personal correspondence.
M-8780-91 Letters and postcards to Nell. – 1934-1943. – Consists of four postcards from Marmo to her mother; a letter from Mary in Ceylon, and a letter from J.S. Hunt enclosing poppy seeds.
M-9190-114 Correspondence regarding Helen Cross’ will. – 1917, 1928
M-339-3 Helen Cross correspondence. – 1956. – Regarding charitable donations.
M-289-47 Women’s Auxiliary constitution and bylaws. – 1904 and nd
M-9190-115 Women’s Auxiliary constitutions. – 1919, 1937
M-289-33 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1907-1911. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-34 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1922. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-35 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1922-1923. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-36 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1924. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-37 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1925-1926. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-38 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1926-1927. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-39 Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1927. – Includes invoices, treasurer’s reports, agendas of general meetings, and correspondence.
M-289-40 Correspondence. – nd. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business.
M-289-41 Correspondence. – 1926-1935. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business; many from other Alberta W. A. branches.
M-289-42 Correspondence. – 1936-1937. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business; many from other Alberta W. A. branches.
M-289-43 Correspondence. – 1938-1939. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business; many from other Alberta W. A. branches.
M-289-44 Correspondence. – 1940-1942. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business; many from other Alberta W. A. branches.
M-289-45 Correspondence. – 1943-1944. – To Helen Cross regarding Women’s Auxiliary business; many from other Alberta W. A. branches.
M-289-46 Correspondence. – 1933-1942. – Consists of general correspondence regarding Women’s Auxiliary.
M-9190-117 Women’s Auxiliary correspondence and reports. – 1944
M-289-48 Sub-executive meeting minutes. – 1935- 1943
M-289-49 Executive meeting minutes. – 1935- 1942
M-289-50 Reports. – 1934-1936. – From various Alberta Women’s Auxiliary Branches regarding year’s activities.
M-289-51 Women’s Auxiliary annual reports. – 1925 and 1934. – Calgary Diocesan Branch.
M-9190-116 Women’s Auxiliary annual reports. – 1929-1944 [incomplete]
M-289-52 Reports. – 1935-1941. – Regarding Jubilee membership campaign; deputation of missionaries; consultative committee; conference of social work; war emergency committee.
M-289-53 Bulletins. – 1932-1944. – Regarding minutes of Women’s Auxiliary executive and board meetings.
M-289-54 Speeches. – 1920-1922. – Includes president’s addresses.
M-289-55 Lists. – 1935-1943. – Includes president’s addresses.
M-289-56 Circular letters. – 1934-1943. – Regarding Women’s Auxiliary activities.
M-289-57 Quarterly Bulletins. – 1922-1923. – Published leaflet regarding activities of Women’s Auxiliary Calgary Diocese.
M-289-58 Programs. – 1914-1942. – Regarding annual meetings of Calgary Diocese and Dominion Board of the Women’s Auxiliary.
M-289-59 Girl’s Branch of the Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1934-1943. – Includes reports; minutes, circular letters regarding Calgary Diocese, Alberta Branches and the Dominion Board.
M-289-60 Saskatchewan Diocese Women’s Auxiliary papers. – 1942. – Includes circular letter; report; list of officers, financial statement.
M-9190-118 Women’s Auxiliary commemorative section n the Calgary Herald. – February 7, 1931
M-9190-119 Women’ Auxiliary miscellany. – 1928-1945. – Consists of booklets and leaflets regarding the organization.
M-289-61 The Mother’s Union papers. – 1935-1936. – Includes program of dedication service; minutes.
M-289-62 Pamphlets. – 1931-1944. – Includes “Your Majesty, I am Going”, “The Junior Girls’ Own Book”, “A Stripe and Badge System for Juniors”, “W. A. Impersonated”, “The Church Boys’ League”, “Planning Resettlement of Japanese Canadians”, “Officers of the Dominion Board”, “Parochial Constitution for Women’s and Girls’ Branches”, “Adventures in Neighbouring”, and “A History of the Church of St. John”.
M-289-63 Posters. – nd
M-289-64 Newspaper clippings. – 1927-1935. – Regarding Women’s Auxiliary and Anglican Church.
M-289-65 Financial statements and budgets. – 1924- 1944. – For Calgary Diocese and other Alberta branches.
M-289-66 Women’s Auxiliary account book. – 1908- 1917. – For Calgary Diocesan.
M-289-67 Calgary Women’s Auxiliary account book. – 1916-1921
M-289-68 Calgary Women’s Auxiliary account book. – 1921-1924
M-289-69 Calgary Women’s Auxiliary ledgers. – 1912- 1923. – Contains three volumes.
M-289-70 Women’s Auxiliary receipt books. – 1925- 1927. – Consists of record of payments received from Alberta Women’s Auxiliary branches.
M-8780-96 Women’s Auxiliary notebook. – 1935-1943. – Helen Cross was very active in the Calgary Diocesan Branch of the Women’s Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada [Anglican Church]. – Consists of a notebook kept by Helen Cross, in which she recorded agendas and minutes of meetings, lists of guest speakers, lists of committee members, reports to the executive, etc.
M-8780-97 Women’s Hospital Aid Society. – nd. – Helen Cross was one of the founders of the Women’s Hospital Aid Society of the Calgary General Hospital. – Consists of copies of the incorporation documents for the society.
M-289-71 Hospital Aid bank books. – 1880-1902. – Contains two books.
M-289-72 Ladies Hospital Aid Society invoices. – 1901
M-289-73 Ladies Hospital Aid Society invoices. – 1902
M-289-74 Ladies Hospital Aid Society invoices. – 1903
M-289-75 Ladies Hospital Aid Society papers. – 1904. – Includes financial statements and some correspondence.
M-289-76 Ladies Hospital Aid Society papers. – 1905. – Includes financial statements and some correspondence.
M-289-77 Ladies Hospital Aid Society papers. – 1906. – Includes financial statements and some correspondence.
M-8780-95 Household account book. – January 1900- May 1909. – Consists of accounts, kept by Helen Cross, recording the costs of running the Calgary household. Includes the wages of hired help.
M-9219-138 Braehead household account book. – 1916-1925. – 1 volume. – Consists of a volume recording the dates the house was opened and closed each year, payments to servants, lists of laundry sent to Ontario Laundry, etc.
M-8780-92 Calling cards and stationery. – nd. – Consists of printed calling cards for “A.E. Cross” and “Mrs. A.E. Cross”, and envelopes with North-West Territories and Calgary Brewing and Malting Company logos.
M-9190-120 Church Family Broadcast by the Anglican Bishop. – 1939-1941. – Consists of printed versions of a radio program broadcast over CFCN.
M-9190-121 War bonds. – 1915-1918. – Consists of statements of bonds purchased by Helen Cross for herself and her children during the First World War.
M-8780-94 Helen’s miscellany. – 1904-1947. – Consists of programs, recipes, knitting patterns, water colours, child’s embroidery (ca. 1912-1913), letter from granddaughter Mary Shakespeare (1947), invitation to Spitfire Fund benefit, etc.


Series 6


Children and relatives. – 1836-1948, predominant 1892-1956. – Consists of education records and correspondence of the Cross children, and miscellaneous personal papers of other relatives. Includes records of the Cross family in Montreal and Scotland.

M-8780-78 Report cards of Jim Cross. – 1913-1914. – Consists of report cards from University School and Collegiate School. See M-289-78 for more of Jim’s report cards, 1912-1927.
M-8780-79 Report cards of Mary Cross. – 1913-1914. – Consists of report cards from St. Hilda’s School, Calgary, and St. Margaret’s School, Victoria. File includes invoices for St. Margaret’s school fees, and a St. Margaret’s concert program. See M-289-80 for more of Mary’s report cards, 1915-1924.
M-289-78 James B. Cross school reports. – 1912- 1927
M-289-79 Mary (Cross) Dover personal correspondence. – 1928-1948
M-289-80 Mary (Cross) Dover school reports. – 1915- 1924
RCT-301 Recorded interview with Mary Dover conducted by Merv Anderson, Calgary. – November 1980. – 3 audio cassettes
M-289-81 David Dover papers. – 1942-1948. – Includes correspondence and school reports
M-289-82 Margaret Cross school reports. – 1921- 1931
M-289-83 Alexander R. Cross personal correspondence. – 1936-1946
M-289-84 Alexander R. Cross school reports. – 1921- 1932
M-289-85 Alexander R. Cross notes regarding brewing
M-289-86 Alexander R. Cross paper. – nd. – Regarding Calgary Brewing and Malting Company.
M-289-87 John M. Cross school reports. – 1925- 1936
M-289-88 William H. Cross papers. – 1892-1895. – Regarding law suit between the Winder Ranche Company, Bow River Horse ranche Company, The Quorn Ranche, A. E. Cross and Davis & Patrick versus Robert w. E. Ffolkes and Thomas P. Hodgens.
M-289-89 Selkirk Cross correspondence. – 1880-1881. – Consists of personal correspondence from W. Matt Noble.
M-9190-122 Greeting cards sent to Marmo (Margaret) Cross. – 1933
M-9190-124 Alex Cross estate. – 1915-1916. – Alex Cross was the father of A.E. Cross.
M-9190-125 Selkirk Cross estate. – 1916-1917. – Selkirk Cross was a brother of A.E. Cross.
M-9190-126 Emma Lunn estate. – 1906, 1916. – Emma Lunn was the maternal aunt of A.E. Cross.
M-9219-139 William Heber Cross’ Form Book. – 1880-1883. – 1 volume. – Consists of a volume kept by W.H. Cross in Montreal, including promissory notes, contracts of marriage, petitions, sales, transfers, etc.
M-9219-140 W.H. Cross’ appointment as a commissioner of affidavits for the North-West Territories. – 1887
M-9219-141 W.H. Cross’ cancelled cheques. – 1892-1894. – To pay for expenses while living in Alberta.
M-289-90 Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Cross family. – 1836-1938. – Includes Henry Cross’ book, ‘Whiter than Snow” from Aunt Julia (1869).
M-289-91 Cross estate papers. – 1909-1916. — Regarding John Cross and Elizabeth Wotherspoon, Scotland, includes genealogical notes regarding Cross family.
M-289-92 Agreements. – 1869-1937. – Contains articles of agreement regarding construction of Cross Montreal home; agreement between Royal Securities of Montreal and A. E. Cross; agreement between A. E. Cross and Charles T. G. Knox, and W. C. Howard regarding sale if horses; contract for brewery equipment; agreement between J. M. Cross, A. R. Cross and J. B. Cross regarding purchase of Drumheller Ranche; agreement regarding funding of Ranchmen’s Club.
M-289-93 Land papers. – 1901-1914. – Includes assessment notices and solicitor’s certificate of title.
M-289-94 Birth certificates. – 1905-1912. – Regarding Mary Cross and Margaret Cross.
M-8780-88 Newsclippings about Mary Cross, Queen of the Banff Carnival. – February 1926
M-8780-93 Miscellany. – [ca. 1909-1943]. – Consists of empty envelopes, undated letters, child’s drawing, small watercolour, handwritten notes, and a small notebook (1925-1931) in which Ernest Cross recorded the heights and weights of his children, ranching activities such as branding and cattle counts, addresses, etc.
M-289-17 General correspondence. – 1911-1932. – Includes personal correspondence; family estate correspondence, school reports; thank you note from Viscount H. E. Willingdon.


Series 7


Family memorabilia. – 1892-1949. – Series consists of certificates, programs, circulars, calling cards, greeting cards, postcards and newspaper clippings.

M-289-95 Certificates and licences. – 1895-1932. – Includes share certificate of the Medicine Hat Woolen Mills Company Ltd., Styne Creek Gold Mining Company; brief regarding Metals, Ltd.; licence to operate radio; cemetery cure certificate; pedigree certificate regarding dog; permits to purchase liquor; and bird game licences.
M-289-96 Circular letters. – 1892-1931. – Regarding building of new Ranchmen’s Club; petition to Governor-General Lord Stanley from Calgary citizens regarding contract for supplying horses to British cavalry; Ladies’ Annex of Ranchmen’s Club; constitution; rules and regulations of Ranchmen’s club.
M-289-97 NWT. bills and ordinances. – 1900-1901. – Regarding Calgary Waterworks System; estimates of expenditure.
M-289-98 Speeches. – nd and 1911-1925. – Includes reply to Throne speech; speech regarding Canadian confederation; speech regarding Cochrane Ranche; and poem regarding Ranchmen’s Club.
M-289-99 Statistics. – 1898-1900. – Regarding Territorial hospital, including Saltcoats Cottage, Regina General, Medicine Hat General, Prince Albert Victoria, Edmonton Public, Edmonton General, Holy Cross, Calgary General, Galt Hospital, and Macleod General.
M-289-100 Pamphlets and programs. – 1917-1949. – Regarding Ontario, Montreal and Vancouver Island schools.
M-289-101 Programs, calling cards. – [1920s-1930s]. – Regarding Calgary functions; I.O.D.E.
M-289-102 Leaflets. – 1919-1927. – Regarding cattle sales, Banff Winter Carnival.
M-289-103 Miscellaneous pamphlets and programs. – 1895-1898. – Regarding Eastern events.
M-339-5 Miscellaneous programs. – 1938
M-8780-80 A.E. Cross’ passport. – March 1914. – Ernest Cross accompanied his brother, Selkirk Cross, to England in 1914. – Consists of the passport, and correspondence about its use.
M-8780-81 Receipts, trip to England. – March-May 1914. – Consists of Ernest’s receipts for hotels and purchases.
M-8780-82 Memorabilia, trip to England. – March-April 1914. – Consists of maps, programs, and other memorabilia collected by Ernest.
M-289-104 Broadside. – 1932. – Regarding gas shortage at Turner Valley.
M-289-105 Christmas cards. – [1920s-1930s]
M-8780-85 Picture postcards. – 1906-1910. – Consists of postcards sent to the Cross children for their collections, by a variety of people.
M-8780-86 Picture postcards. – 1911-1925. – Consists of postcards sent to the Cross children for their collections, by a variety of people.
M-289-106 Newspaper clippings. – 1927. – Regarding Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire.
M-289-107 Newspaper clippings. – [1890s]-1935. – Regarding Western Canadian history.
M-289-107a Newspaper clippings. – 1919-1932. – Regarding A.E. Cross, or collected by him.
M-289-108 Newspaper clippings. – [1920s-1930s]. – Regarding A. E. Cross children.
M-289-109 Newspaper clippings. – 1926-1934. – Regarding Cross and Macleod families.
M-9190-123 Newspaper clippings about family members. – 1927-1956. – Includes wartime clippings about Mary Dover (who served with the CWAC), and John Cross (who served with the Alberta Tank Brigade).
M-339-6 Newspaper clippings. – [1950s]. – Regarding Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Cross.
M-339-4 Sketches. – nd. – Includes a water colour of A.E. Cross riding a buffalo, and a sketch of a young girl.


Series 8


Family photographs. – [ca. 1860s]-1972, predominant 1903-1930. – [ca. 1650] photographs. – Consists of photographs primarily of the Cross children, and their homes at Calgary, Victoria and the a7 Ranche. Includes views of Helen and Ernest, the Macleod family and other relatives, and ranching activities. – There are original negatives for many of the photographs.


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PA-3540-1 Helen Cross with her children, Helen and Selkirk. – [ca. 1901]. – 1 photograph
PA-3540-(2-7) The Cross children, Helen, Selkirk and Jim. – [ca. 1903-1904]. – 83 photographs. – Consists of photographs, including cyanotypes, which were both taken and developed by their mother, Helen Cross. Includes views of the children playing in the yard of their Calgary home, having a picnic, and with their father, A.E. Cross.
PA-3540-8 Graves of Helen and Selkirk Cross. – September 1904. – 3 photographs. – The two oldest Cross children died of diphtheria.
PA-3540-(9-16) Helen, Selkirk and Jim Cross. – [ca. 1903-1904]. – 9 prints. – Consists of mounted photographs of the children playing outside their Calgary home.
PA-3540-(17-19) Helen Macleod Cross. – 1904. – 3 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits of the Cross’ first daughter, who died of diphtheria in September 1904.
PA-3540-(20-22) Selkirk Cross. – [ca. 1902]. – 3 photographs. – Consists of views, including studio portraits, of the Cross’ first son, who died of diphtheria in September 1904.
PA-3540-(23-30) James Braehead Cross. – [ca. 1903- 1916]. – 9 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits of the Cross’ third child.
PA-3540-31 Mary July Cross. – December 1907 and [ca. 1909]. – 2 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits of the Cross’ fourth child.
PA-3540-(33-39) Cross home in Calgary. – 1901, 1916, 1923 and nd. – 41 photographs. – Consists of views of the Cross house, located at 1240-8th Avenue SE, winter scenes in the neighbourhood, and the children playing hockey next to the house.
PA-3540-(40-56) Cross children in Victoria. – 1909- 1921 and nd. – 108 photographs. – Consists of views of the children at their vacation home in Oak Bay; the children in the gardens at their home, “Rhappanock”; the children with their grandmother, Mary Macleod; Sandy Cross on his fourth birthday; Mary and Marmo dressed up for a party; and a picnic at Shoal Bay.
PA-3540-(57-75) a7 Ranche, Braehead, and the Cross children. – [ca. 1913-1923]. – 115 photographs. – Consists of views of baby Marmo being bathed on the porch; the children on the porch and front steps of “Braehead” (the house); the children riding horses; the children with farm animals including turkeys, ducks, wolfhounds and other dogs, chickens, and calves; the first photographs of Sandy Cross; and a few views of Helen and Ernest Cross.
PA-3540-(76-103) a7 Ranche, Braehead, and the Cross children. – [ca. 1923-1943]. – 115 photographs. – Consists of views of the children playing in a wagon; various people riding horses; the children playing with kittens, ducks, dogs and other farm animals; visitors to the A7 on horses, on the front steps of Braehead, and in the gardens; and visits to the ranch of the children as adults.
PA-3540-(104-115) a7 Ranche. – 1920-1932 and nd. – 79 photographs. – Consists of views of cattle, branding, haying, and other ranching activities.
PA-3540-(116-123) Braehead. – 1925-1944. – 69 photographs. – Consists primarily of views of the house at the a7 Ranche, and the gardens.
PA-3540-(124-126) Cross home in Montreal. – [ca. 1909]. – 15 photographs. – A.E. Cross’ childhood home was at 751 Pine Avenue, Montreal. Helen Cross and her children visited the Montreal relatives in 1909. – Consists of views of children in a sled pulled by a St. Bernard, in winter coats, and on snowshoes and skis.
PA-3540-(127-130) Schools. – [ca. 1914], 1919, 1931. – 35 photographs. – Consists of views of Appleby School, Oakville, Ontario, which Jim Cross attended; St. Margaret’s School, Victoria, which Mary attended; and Shawnigan School which John Cross attended. Includes views of John during his Easter holidays.
PA-3540-(131-149) Helen and Ernest Cross. – [ca. 1906- 1955]. – 33 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits, photographs taken by street photographers, and candid shots of Helen Cross; candid shots of Ernest Cross with children, dogs, and groups of people; and views of Helen and Ernest at the E.P. Ranch.
PA-3540-(150-152) Jim Cross as young man and adult. – 1920, [ca.. 1940s]. – 3 photographs. – Consists of a photograph of Jim and his rugby team, and views of Jim and his wife, Eileen.
PA-3540-153 Mary Cross as Queen of the Banff Winter Carnival. – 1927. – 28 photographs
PA-3540-(154-164) Mary Cross Dover as adult. – [ca. 1920s-1950s]. – 51 photographs. – Consists of views of Mary with relatives; in Banff with her husband, Melville G. Dover; and visiting Braehead.
ND-23-(1-2) Portraits of Alfred Ernest Cross and Mary Cross (Dover). – [ca. 1926-1927]. – 2 photographs
NA-5684-(1-12) Mary Cross Dover as an adult. – [ca. 1930s-1950s]. – 12 photographs
PA-3540-(165-175) The Dovers. – [ca. 1930-1939]. – 39 photographs. – Consists primarily of views of Mary Cross Dover, her husband Melville G. Dover, and their son David while they lived in Ceylon. Includes postcard views of Mary and Melville dressed up in Ceylon costumes.
PA-3540-176 Ceylon album. – 1935. – 122 photographs. – Consists of an album, kept by Mary Cross Dover, of their life and travels in Ceylon.
PA-3540-(177-183) Marmo Cross Shakespeare as an adult. – [ca. 1928-early 1940s]. – 56 photographs. – Consists of a studio portrait of Marmo as a young adult; views of a trail ride to Mount Assiniboine with friends; photograph of Marmo with her husband, Jack; and views of her home and children.
PA-3540-(184-199) Sandy Cross as an adult. – [ca. 1930]-1972. – 45 photographs. – Consists of photographs taken by street photographers; view of recreational activities including curling and fishing; views of a trip to Telegraph Creek; and at the opening of the Rothey observatory.
PA-3540-(199-200) John Cross as an adult. – [ca. 1939- 1945]. – 2 photographs. – Consists of views of John Cross and Harold Wright in military uniforms.
PA-3540-(201-211) Macleod family. – [ca. 1876-1894]. – 11 photographs. – Helen Cross was the daughter of James F. Macleod and Mary Macleod. – Consists of views of James F. and Mary Macleod; their children, Helen, Norman, Mary, Roma and Jean; and their home at Pincher Creek (Kyleakin).
PA-3540-212 Kyleakin, Pincher Creek. – [ca. 1880s]. – 1 negative. – Consists of a copy negative made by photographer W.J. Oliver, of the Macleod’s Pincher Creek home. – The location of the original photograph is unknown.
PA-3540-(213-217) Jean and Roma Macleod as young women. – [ca. 1905-1907]. – 5 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits, and a photograph of Roma’s wedding (she married George Sharpe).
PA-3540-218 Mary Macleod holding a great-grandchild. – [ca. 1930-1933]. – 5 photographs
PA-3540-(219-222) Cyprian and Jean Pinkham. – [ca. 1890s]-1936. – 4 photographs. – The Pinkhams were Mary Macleod’s sister and brother-in-law. Cyprian was an Anglican Bishop. – Consists of studio portraits of Bishop Pinkham; a view of the Bishop in a large group of people; and a view of Mrs. Pinkham with R.B. Bennett.
PA-3540-223 Selkirk Cross. – 1894. – 1 photograph. – Selkirk Cross was the brother of A.E. Cross. He was a Montreal lawyer
PA-3540-(224-227) Cross family relatives, Montreal. – 1894-1900. – 4 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits, two of which are probably Julia Cross, the mother of A.E. Cross. The other two are unidentified.
PA-3540-(228-231) Cross family relatives, Montreal. – 1900-1906. – 4 photographs. – Consists of studio portraits of the MacInnes children.
PA-3540-232 Cross family album, Montreal. – [ca. 1870s-]-1921, predominant 1870s and 1880s. – 80 photographs. – Consists of a photo album of unidentified members of the Cross family. A 1921 view of A.E. Cross was added at a later date.
PA-3540-(233-235) Nancy and Jamie Townshend. – [ca. 1950s]. – 3 photographs. – These were the grandchildren of Mary Townshend, the sister of Helen Cross.
PA-3540-(236-237) Calgary Brewing and Malting Company. – 1892, 1910. – 2 photographs. – Consists of a view of the brewery building, and of the gas flare when natural gas first arrived at the brewery.
PA-3540-(238-242) Prince of Wales and the EP Ranch. – [ca. 1920s]. – 19 photographs. – Consists of views of the Prince of Wales with the Big Four (A.E. Cross, George Lane, A.J. McLean, and Patrick Burns); and people attending events at the EP Ranch.
PA-3540-(243-244) Guy Weadick. – 1912. – 2 photographs. – Consists of an autographed portrait of Weadick, signed “To A.E. Cross, A Merry Xmas from Guy Weakick-1912”; and a group shot of Weadick with A.E. Cross, Patrick Burns and others.
PA-3540-(244-254) Buffalo. – 1908-1909. – 8 photographs. – Consists of photographs of buffalo, copyrighted “Luxton Banff”. These were used in a publication called The Last of the Buffalo, copies of which are also in this file.
PA-3540-255 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. – [ca. 1920s]. – 12 photographs. – Consists of views of chuckwagons, cowboys, and the Chautauqua tent.
PA-3540-(256-257) Turner Valley oil wells. – [ca. 1914, 1924]. – 9 prints. – Consists of views of a motor trip to Dingman #1; and of A.E. Cross and his children visiting Royalite #4.
PA-3540-(258-260) Polo views. – [ca. 1920s] and nd. – 15 photographs
PA-3540-(261-262) Skiing views. – 1943 and nd. – 6 photographs
PA-3540-(263-270) Miscellaneous. – 1886-1947. – 23 photographs. – Consists of views of bull team at Lethbridge; Billy Cochrane; Banff; hunting (birds); Fred Bagley; baling hay at Alec Gillespie’s; and an IODE float in a parade.
PA-3540-271 Photographers’ envelopes. – [1920s]. – 18 items. – Consists of samples of envelopes and coupons from the companies which developed the Cross family photographs, including Young & Kennedy, W.J. Oliver, McDermid Drug Company, Dean’s Pharmacy, The Harvey Drug Company, Maclean’s Drug Store, Edwards, and The Dunford Drug Company, all of Calgary; and Merryfield & Dack, C.H. Smith & Company, and Shaw Brothers, all of Victoria.
PA-1577-(1-15) Cross family. – [ca. 1880s-early 1900s]. – 15 photographs. – Consists of view of Julia and Alexander Cross (parents of A.E. Cross); Margaret Cross (sister of A.E. Cross), her husband William Robertson MacInnes, and their children; William Heber Cross (brother of A.E. Cross), his wife and children; and portraits of A.E. Cross.
PA-1577-(16-33) Macleod family. – [ca. 1870s-1960s]. – 18 photographs. – Consists of views of James F. Macleod and Mary Drever Macleod (parents of Helen Cross), and their children: Helen “Nell” Cross, Norman T. Macleod, Roma Sharpe, Mary Townshend, and Jean Montgomerie-Bell.
PA-1577-(34-50) Children of A.E. Cross and Helen Cross. – [ca. 1902-1950]. – 17 photographs. – Consists of views of Helen and Selkirk (who died in 1904), and James B. Cross, Mary Dover, Margaret Shakespeare, Alexander R. Cross, and John M. Cross.
PA-1577-(51-85) Mary Dover. – [ca. 1915-1950s]. – 35 photographs. – Consists of views of Mary, daughter of A.E. Cross and Helen Cross.
PA-1577-(86-106) Ranches. – 1914-[1920s]. – 21 photographs. – Consists of views of the a7 Ranche, the Two Dot Ranch, and Douglas Lake, British Columbia.
PA-1577-(107-127) Miscellaneous. – [ca. 1860s-1940s]. – 21 photographs
PA-3674-(1-20) Calgary Brewing and Malting Company – Staff and events. – 1894-1951 and nd. – 20 photographs
PA-3674-21 Elbow River Rifle Club. – 1904. – 1 photograph. – Same as negative NA-33-34.
PA-3674-22 Prince of Wales visiting a bar in England. – July 1930. – 1 photograph
PA-3674-(23-53) “Macleod Past and Present” photo album. – [compiled after 1948]. – 31 photographs. – Consists of a handmade album “compiled for and about the Old Timers of Macleod and District and is dedicated to them”. Primarily consists of composite photos of Fort Macleod pioneers.
PA-3674-(54-85) Calgary Servicemen’s Centre. – [ca. 1944]. – 32 photographs. – Consists of views of the centre and military groups socialising. J.B. Cross is in several of the photographs, and Calgary Brewery beer is being consumed. A few of the photos have identifications.
PA-3674-(86-88) Royal Canadian Army Cadets camp, Sylvan Lake, Alberta. – 1944. – 3 photographs
PA-3674-(89-115) Calgary Castle and Isle of Mull, Scotland. – [taken before 1953]. – 27 photographs. – Consists of a description of the photos by Jock McKenzie of Montreal.
PA-3674-(116) Western Stock Growers’ Association Jubilee convention. – [ca. 1964]. – J.B. Cross is in the front row, third from left.
PA-3674-(117-118) Banquet head table and speakers. – [ca. 1950s]. – 2 photographs. – J.B. Cross is in both photos, as the speaker in one, and holding a stop watch at the head table in the other.
PD-134 Photograph album of ranching views presented to A.E. Cross. – [ca. 1890s-1900s] – 127 photographs
PE-198-6 Buildings at Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, Ontario. – 1923. – 1 panoramic photograph. – J.B. Cross was a student at the College. The buildings are named on the reverse of the photo.
PE-198-7 Ontario Agricultural College students. – November 14, 1921. – 1 panoramic photograph. – J.B. Cross is standing in the back row, 22nd from the right.
PE-198-(3 & 4) A & C Squadron’s of the 29th Canadian Armoured Reece Regiment (from southern Alberta) in England. – February 1943. – 2 panoramic photographs
PA-3709-(1-69) Photographs. – [ca. 1886-1960]. – 69 photographs. – Consists of early views of Calgary and southern Alberta; photos of J.B. Cross (including with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip during 1951 Royal visit); and views of livestock.
PA-3709-(79-87) Photographs. – [ca. 1910]-1980. – 9 photographs. – Consists of views of A.E. Cross, Dodo Macleod (1980), Fort Calgary’s Centennial (1975), Marmo (1934), German Town area of Calgary (ca. 1910 and 1953), J.B. Cross in Kansas City.
NE-10 Aerial photographs. – [ca. 1933]. – 1 panoramic negative. – Consists of a long negative with eight separate aerial views of the a7 Ranche.


Series 9


Ernest Cross – Education. – 1880-1884, 1891-1912. – The series consists of A.E. Cross’ notes from courses taken at the Ontario Agricultural College in Guelph and the Montreal Veterinary College; and records of various brewing training, especially at the Wahl-Henius Institute in Chicago.

M-9219-1 Ontario Agricultural College notes. – 1880-1883. – For pathology, medicine and surgery.
M-9219-2 Montreal Veterinary College notes. – 1883-1884
M-9219-3 “Canadian export of beef with special reference to veterinary science”. – November 12, 1883. – Consists of a paper written by A.E. Cross while attending Montreal Veterinary College.
M-8780-98 Verbesserungen in Braufache. – 1892. – Consists of a German book on brewing, annotated in the front cover: “A.E. Cross, May 22nd 1893”.
M-8780-99 Brewing record book. – 1891-1893. – Consists of a volume kept by Ernest Cross, recording all the steps of the brewing process including weight of malt and hops; temperature and gravity in the fermenting and tun rooms; dates of racking; and his remarks on the quality of the beer.
M-8780-100 Brewing record book. – 1893-1894. – Consists of a volume kept by Ernest Cross, recording all the steps of the brewing process including weight of malt and hops; temperature and gravity in the fermenting and tun rooms; dates of racking; and his remarks on the quality of the beer. This volume is only partially used.
M-3358 Brewing booklets. – 1893 and nd. – Includes “Formulae for the Calculation of Temperature of the Water and Brewing Materials”, “Dring and Fage’s Saccharometer”, “Modern Brewery Plant”, “Drainage”, and “Subjects Akin to Brewing for Practical Brewers”.
M-8780-101 United States Brewers’ Academy course notes. – March-April 1895. – Consists of a record book of the brewing process, kept by Ernest Cross while studying at the New York school from February to May 1895. The volume is extremely mouldy.
M-8780-102 United States Brewers’ Academy course notes. – May 13-27, 1895. – Consists of notes kept by Ernest Cross on the “practice of malting and brewing”, while studying at the New York school from February to May 1895. The volume is extremely mouldy.
M-8780-103 Wahl-Henius Institute course notes. – February 1904. – Consists of notes kept by Ernest Cross while studying at the Chicago school from February to April 1904. The volume is extremely mouldy.
M-8780-104 Percy Barton’s brewing notes. – [ca. early 1900s]. – Percy Barton was hired as a brewer at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company. See M 8581/2 for his employment contract. – Consists of his notes about ale and microscopy.
M-8780-105 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company mortgage. – 1912
M-8780-106 “Brewing Industry”. – June 1914. – Consists of a typewritten article about beer and the temperance question, possibly written by Ernest Cross.
M-8780-107 Beer label. – nd. – For Calgary Brewing and Malting Company export lager.


Series 10


Business records – Both brewery and ranch. – 1890-1914. – Consists of records related to his business interests, including the Brewery and the a7 Ranche.

M-8780-108 Letterbook. – 1893-1896, 1899-1900. – Consists of a volume of copies of A.E. Cross’ outward letters.
M-8780-109 Photocopy of letterbook in M-8780-108. – 1893-1896, 1899-1900. – [incomplete].
M-8780-110 Letterbook. – 1897-1899. – Consists of a volume of copies of A.E. Cross’ outward letters.
M-8780-111 Photocopy of letterbook in M-8780-110. – 1897-1899. – [incomplete].
M-8780-112 Letterbook. – 1900-1903. – Consists of a volume of copies of A.E. Cross’ outward letters.
M-8780-113 Photocopy of letterbook in M-8780-111. – 1900-1903. – [incomplete].
M-9190-48 Letter book. – 1903-1908. – 1 volume. – Consists of copies of letters written by A.E. Cross, related to ranching, brewery, other business, and personal affairs. There is an index at the end of the volume.
M-8780-114 Legal matters. – 1890-1914. – Consists of legal documents and correspondence about Dominion Lands, mortgages, the Western Stock Growers’ Association ordinance, grazing leases, High River Club, James Hutchison estate, and Alexander Cross estate.
M-8780-115 Program for the first Stampede. – 1912. – A.E. Cross was one of the “Big Four” founders of the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, along with Patrick Burns, A.J. McLean, and George Lane.
M-289-1 Alfred Ernest Cross correspondence. – 1890- 1901. – Consists of copies of outgoing personal and business correspondence regarding casks for brewery; brewers’ course; employment of brewer; patent on brewery equipment.
M-289-2 General correspondence. – nd. – Consists of personal correspondence from family including letters from Herbert Samson and F. A. Macnaughton.
M-289-3 General correspondence- A-B letters. – 1891- 1894. – Includes applications for jobs at brewery; ranch correspondence; correspondence from Frank Barton of the Montreal Brewing Company regarding brewing advice.
M-289-4 General correspondence- C-J letters. – 1892- 1895. – Consists of correspondence from W. E. Cochrane regarding ranching; copy of agreement between Canadian Agricultural Coal and Colonization Company Ltd., and W. E. Cochrane; correspondence from Thomas Cuny of stock Association of Southern Alberta; correspondence to Conrad Brothers regarding property for brewery; City of Calgary liquor licence fee, with Department of Interior regarding ranch lease.
M-289-5 General correspondence- K-P letters. – 1892- 1895. – Consists of ranch and personal correspondence.
M-289-6 General correspondence- Q-Z letters. – 1891- 1895. – Consists of correspondence regarding brewery supplies; ranch business; Ranchman’s Club meeting minutes; brewery water supply; brewery licence; assessment notices (1892-1893); proposal from Hiram Walker & Sons to handle Alberta business.
M-289-7 General correspondence. – 1891. – Includes brewery and personal correspondence.
M-289-8 General correspondence. – 1892. – Includes personal, ranch and brewery correspondence. Includes a recipe for English plum pudding.
M-289-9 General correspondence. – 1893. – Consists of mostly personal correspondence.
M-289-10 General correspondence. – 1894. – Contains ranch, brewery and personal correspondence.
M-289-11 General correspondence. – 1895. – Includes correspondence regarding Winder Ranche Company versus Ffolkes; personal correspondence; correspondence regarding brewery supplies and business; correspondence from Randolph Bruce, Walter Skrine, William E. Cochrane; and correspondence regarding General Hospital.
M-289-12 General correspondence. – 1896. – Regarding John Glenn estate; rent from Lougheed Block; brewery business; A. E. Cross’ father’s estate.
M-289-13 General correspondence. – 1897-1899. – Includes correspondence regarding Ranchmen’s Club bond; correspondence from G. Alexander regarding Calgary Town Council applying to Regina for increased borrowing powers to build second system of waterworks; personal correspondence, brewery; correspondence from Norman Macleod; political correspondence.
M-289-14 General correspondence. – 1900-1901. – Includes brewery supplies correspondence from George Bulyea regarding health officer and coroner appointment; correspondence from J. B. Smith, City Solicitor regarding proposed amendments to the City charter; correspondence with Chas McMillan, City Clerk; copy of reply to petition by R. Cowan of Langdon regarding withdrawal of Township 23, Range 27 from Calgary Local Improvement District; correspondence regarding increasing grant to Calgary General Hospital.
M-289-16 General correspondence. – 1902-1910. – Regarding malting plant at Lethbridge; condition of barley; correspondence from Herbert Samson regarding sale of Blackwood Brewery at Fort Rouge, Manitoba.
M-289-18 Telegrams. – 1892 and 1899. – Regarding brewery business.


Series 11


Calgary Brewing and Malting Company – Miscellaneous records. – 1884-1937, 1946. – The series consists primarily of sundry records, including minutes, shareholders’ records, land acquisition documents, annual reports, financial statements, brewer’s license applications, bylaws, correspondence about brewery business, and miscellaneous publications.

M-289-19 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company papers. – 1892. – Includes building estimates; notes on brewing; circular letters.
M-289-20 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company papers. – 1884-1895. – Includes notes on brewing, and blueprints of equipment.
M-1548os-(1-8) Brewing licences. – 1892-1927. – Consists of A.E. Cross’ applications for brewers and maltsters licences. Includes plans of the brewery, which were included with the applications. For other licence applications and plans see the Molson Breweries, Western Division records at Glenbow (M 8581, Series 1).
M-9190-60 Handwritten minutes. – July 30, 1892 and nd
M-9190-61 Handwritten minutes of annual meetings. – 1911-1912. – In the handwriting of A.E. Cross.
M-9190-62 Shareholders’ register. – 1894-1895. – Only a single page has been used.
M-9190-63 Dividends to shareholders from 1903 to 1914. – 1916
M-9190-64 Disposition of CB&MC shares. – 1931
M-9190-65 Land acquisition agreements. – 1892-1894. – Primarily regarding land belonging to William Pearce and Colonel Walker.
M-9190-66 Annual reports. – 1893, 1894, 1903-1912, 1917. – Some are handwritten by A.E. Cross, the remaining are typed versions.
M-9190-67 Annual reports. – 1913, 1914, 1925, 1929. – Consists of printed versions.
M-9190-68 Prospectus. – 1912. – When the company went public.
M-9190-69 Financial statements. – 1896, 1900-1902, 1910-1913, 1918
M-9190-70 Financial statement. – 1934
M-9190-71 Golden West Brewing Company financial statement. – 1910
M-9190-72 Brewer’s license application. – 1915. – Includes brewery plans.
M-9190-73 Union agreements. – 1909-1910
M-9190-74 Possible brewery for Lethbridge. – 1902-1903. – Consists of records pertaining to a proposed bylaw to pave the way for the building of a brewery in that city.
M-9190-75 Hotel agreements. – 1908, 1927. – Consists of agreements with the Imperial Hotel in Calgary (1908) and the Patricia Hotel in Patricia (1927).
M-9190-76 Bylaws. – 1946
M-9190-77 Brewery business. – 1894-1898
M-9190-78 Brewery business. – 1900-1909
M-9190-79 Brewery business. – 1910-1912
M-9190-80 Brewery business. – 1916-1919. – Consists primarily of records related to temperance beer and prohibition.
M-9190-81 Brewery business. – 1924-1931
M-9190-82 Brewery business. – nd
M-9190-83 Brewers’ Academy, New York. – 1895. – Consists of A.E. Cross’ handwritten notes while studying at the Academy.
M-9190-84 Brewhouse notebook. – nd. – A.E. Cross’ handwriting appears part way through, but someone else’s appears at the beginning.
M-9190-85 Notes on the manufacture of aerated waters, cordials, brewed beers, etc – [ca. 1912-1920]. – Consists of recipes for soft drinks.
M-9190-86 Liquor Acts. – 1907-1916. – The 1916 act brought in prohibition.
M-9190-87 Leaflets written by Dr. R. Wahl. – 1914-1915. – Consists of leaflets about beer, prohibition, barley, etc. A.E. Cross had studied at the Walh-Henius Institute in Chicago in 1904.
M-9190-88 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company mortgage with Royal Trust. – 1912
M-9190-89 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company vs. John B. Mercer estate. – 1917. – Consists of a court case related to Vegreville’s Alberta Hotel.
M-289-110 Calgary Brewing and Malting Company guest book. – 1937


Series 12


Calgary Brewing and Malting Company – Alphabetical correspondence. – 1892-1906. – Consists of A.E. Cross’ extensive correspondence about his brewing business. – Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent within each year.

M-1543-1 Brewery, A-B letters. – 1892. – Setting up brewery; job offers; advice on business from Frank Barton, Montreal brewing company such as hiring of employees for brewing, prices, equipment, etc.; and price quotations from various firms.
M-1543-2 Brewery, C-D letters. – 1892. – Equipment price lists and quotations, offers from brewery suppliers to handle accounts, shipping and freight rates on barley and malt; requests for side track from C.P.R.; copies of construction and operation regulation from Inland Revenue Act, etc.
M-1543-3 Brewery, E-J letters. – 1892. – Requests for work, equipment and supplies for brewery, quotations from New York firm on world market prices on hops, information regarding registering for Lewis P. Krebs, representative of Canadian liquor interests, government letter confirming charter and incorporation.
M-1543-4 Brewery, Brewery, K-Mc letters. – 1892. – Offers for insurance; letters from John Lineham regarding lumber; to partner H. Sampson regarding company stock; legal matters with Lougheed, McCarthy and McCarter, Calgary; quotations from architect, A. Maritzen of Chicago; regarding hides from P. McEachran, Walrond Ranche, Glengarry Ranche, A.B. Macdonald; coal shipments from H.W. McNeill Co., Anthracite.
M-1543-5 Brewery, N-S letters. – 1892. – Equipment prices and hops prices; information regarding ordering of hops, letter of analysis of Bow and Elbow river waters for brewing purposes from Chemical Lab., McGill University; quotation from Elbow river quarry for stone; letters of recommendation for Mr. Frank Schofield for position of brewer; quotation on bottle and barrel prices from John Sharples, Calgary.
M-1543-6 Brewery, T-Z letters. – 1892. – Quotations from handling finished lager beer; freight rates; price lists for brewery machinery; information regarding Otto C. Wolf, Engineer and Architect of Philadelphia and course in Lager beer brewing.
M-1543-7 Brewery, A-B letters. – January-August 1893. – Information from Department of Agriculture regarding registration of Buffalo Head trade mark; confidential correspondence between O.H. Allen of The Revelstoke Brewery and A. E. Cross; orders from provincial businesses such as St. George’s Hotel of Olds, Walker House of Wetaskiwin; requests for work; offer from Fred Blomfield of Carberry to supply barley, etc.
M-1543-8 Brewery, C-E letters. – January-August 1893. – Order from Alberta Hotel of Red Deer for beer; inquiry to Japanese consul for malt; orders for beer; Little Bow Cattle Co., High River letter from William E. Cochrane; applications for brewer’s licence and government regulations.
M-1543-9 Brewery, F-L letters. – January-August 1893. – Hops prices, barley prices, orders for ale, beer etc. from various Alberta companies, individuals.
M-1543-10 Brewery, M-N letters. – January-August 1893. – General business accounts such as coal, orders for supplies, barley, hops, etc.
M-1543-11 Brewery, O-Z letters. – January-August 1893. – Orders for beer from Bishop Cyprian Pinkham; requests for prices for beer and ale; equipment orders from U.S.A., Canada and England.
M-1543-12 Brewery, A-C letters. – September- December 1893. – O.H. Allen, Revelstoke brewery regarding price quotations and buying malt, etc. from Cross; bills for equipment; loads of barley from farms such as Bell farm of Indian Head; note regarding label design from Canada bank note company, Montreal; quotations from Victoria firm regarding labels; beer order and business situation in Regina; order of hops from Coldstream Ranche, Vernon, B.C.; obtaining samples of Australian malt and prices.
M-1543-13 Brewery, D-J letters. – September-December 1893. – Equipment orders, world hop quotations from New York company; personnel recommendations from Art of Brewing, N.Y.
M-1543-14 Brewery, K-R letters. – September-December 1893. – Ordering beer bottles; barley quotes; hops from B.C., Coal orders; offer of empty bottles from Glacier Hotel, B.C.
M-1543-15 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – September-December 1893. – Ordering supplies; more quotes on labels; Canmore mines request for price list; sample of malt and hops from Galt, Ont.
M-1543-16 Brewery, A-C letters. – January-April 1894. – Cork quotation from Montreal; advice to O.H. Allen, Revelstoke brewery; letter and tables regarding malt transportation from M.. Bowell, Minister of Trade and Commerce; letterhead of Calgary Brewing and Malting Co.; order and complaints on price from Kootenay House, Golden, B.C.; order from Mitford, Saskatchewan.
M-1543-17 Brewery, D-L letters. – January-April 1894. – Hops price quotations from Toronto and New York; circular letter regarding land investment; Everett, Wash. U.S.A.; beer orders, Maple Creek, High River trading company, Innisfail, Anthracite, Canmore; circulars and letter from Louis P. Kribs for “The Advocate” a journal in support of liquor traffic, Toronto.
M-1543-18 Brewery, M-P letters. – January-April 1894. – Malt prices from California; orders from hotels in Edmonton, Revelstoke, from N.W.M.P., Macleod; order and praise of lager fromWindsor Hotel, Regina; Bear’s Hill, Alta., etc.
M-1543-19 Brewery, Q-Z letters.- January-April 1894. – Letter from Agricultural and Trader Association of Okanagan mission regarding freight rate reduction; orders from hotels in Medicine Hat, Anthracite, Banff; hop delivery.
M-1543-20 Brewery, A-C letters. – May-July 1894. – Orders from Gleichen, Golden, Beech House Hotel, Lake Minnewanka, Banff; order of malt from Australia, etc.
M-1543-21 Brewery, D-M letters. – May-July 1894. – Inquiry on prices from N.W.M.P., Lethbridge; orders from Morley, Macleod, agreement for grain with Hull brothers, order for 25 barrels of beer, N.W.M.P. at Battleford.
M-1543-22 Brewery, Mc-P letters. – May-July 1894. – Orders from various Alberta hotels and general business.
M-1543-23 Brewery, Q-Z letters.- May-July 1894. – Inquiries regarding beer; orders from Alberta hotels; beer labels ordered.
M-1543-24 Brewery, A-C letters. – August-October 1894. – Orders for beer from Canadian Coal and Colonization Company, Limited of Cravedake, Hot Springs Hotel of Banff.
M-1543-25 Brewery, D-J letters. – August-October 1894. – Orders from Hudson Bay Company; receipts and orders from Battleford detachment, N.W.M.P.; note from Cavalry Barracks, Royal Canadian Dragoons of Winnipeg, ordering beer.
M-1543-26 Brewery, K-Mc letters. – August-October 1894. – Order from N.W.M.P., Fort Macleod detachment; chance for Nelson, B.C. beer business; order for beer from R.G. Brett’s sanatorium, Banff.
M-1543-27 Brewery, N-Z letters. – August-October 1894. – Orders for beer; supplies of barley from Wetaskiwin; letter regarding start of brewery in Vernon, B.C.
M-1543-28 Brewery, A-C letters. – November-December 1894. – Orders and general business.
M-1543-29 Brewery, D-M letters. – November- December 1894. – General business and orders. Letter from Lougheed and McCarter, legal retainer of company.
M-1543-30 Brewery, Mc-Z letters. – November- December 1894 – Coal orders from Anthracite; complaints regarding musty beer at Frenfall; N.W.M.P. orders, Fort Saskatchewan; malt supplies; orders for labels from Toronto; and beer orders.
M-1543-31 Brewery, A-B letters. – January-March 1895. – Orders for beer; supplies for brewery; and general business.
M-1543-32 Brewery, C-H letters. – January-March 1895. – General business, orders and supplies.
M-1543-33 Brewery, I-Mc letters. – January-March 1895. – Letter from Lougheed and McCarter regarding legal suit against Slattery and Bannerman; orders for beer, barley; general business.
M-1543-34 Brewery, N-Z letters. – January-March 1895. – General business including records of payment of accounts; reference to various legal suits regarding collection of debts; orders for supplies.
M-1543-35 Brewery, A-C letters. – April -July 1895. – General business including orders, complaints, payments for beer from Alberta, Saskatchewan and B.C.
M-1543-36 Brewery, D-K letters. – April-July 1895. – Beer and soft drink orders from Cochrane and other Alberta hotels; orders of malt from New York, etc.; offer from Galena Trading company of Pilot Bay, B.C. to promote Calgary beer; Hudson’s Bay Co. orders; freight rates.
M-1543-37 Brewery, L-M letters. – April-July 1895. – Orders for lumber from John Lineham, Dewdney, Alta.; quotations on bottle prices from Montreal and Milwaukee; orders from Regina and Banff Springs Hotel, Banff.
M-1543-38 Brewery, N-Z letters. – April-July 1895. – Beer orders and complaints from N.W.M.P., Battleford regarding shipment; offer from Standard Ice and Refrigerating Co., Montreal to supply refrigeration plant, supplies; order from Grand View Hotel, Banff.
M-1543-39 Brewery, A-C letters. – August-November 1895. – Supplies for brewery; offers from Arctic Ice Co, Winnipeg; notes from Alf Brown, Edmonton; hop orders from California and quotes on hop prices from Toronto; samples of hops from Coldstream Ranche, Vernon, B.C.; orders including Beaubier House, Brandon, Man.
M-1543-40 Brewery, D-J letters. – August-November 1895. – Orders for beer and general business such as circular letters for brewing supplies.
M-1543-41 Brewery, K-N letters. – August-November 1895. – C.P.R. rates and shipments; prices on yeast from John Labatt, London (Ont.) brewery; retainer fee from Lougheed and McCarter; soliciting ads for The Leader, Regina; rates on bottles, Montreal; beer business in Trail, B.C.
M-1543-42 Brewery, O-Z letters. – August-November 1895. – Barley samples from Brandon, Man.; hop samples from Oregon; hop reports from Germany; orders, etc.
M-1543-43 Brewery, A-X letters. – December 4, 1895- April 6, 1896. – Letter from Indian agent’s office, Blackfoot Agency regarding type of barley required, general business including orders, complaints from Battleford; price quotations on hops; offers for supplies.
M-1543-44 Brewery, D-K letters. – December 1895- April 1896. – Offers to supply beer bottles from Milwaukee; letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding purchase of barley from the Sarcee [Tsuut’ina]; ice contract drawn up containing various specifications; routine business such as orders, offers of supplies, payments.
M-1543-45 Brewery, L-N letters. – December 1895-April 1896. – Offer from New York to supply tin foil, order for beer from Winnipeg; letter from International Trading Co., Ltd., regarding store house for Nelson, Kaslo and Three Forks; general business.
M-1543-46 Brewery, O-Z letters. – December 1895-April 1896. – Order of barley from Brandon; offer from the First Scientific Station for the Art of Brewing of New York for membership; offers for supplies; orders, etc.
M-1543-47 Brewery, A-C letters. – April-June 1896. – Complaint from Battleford of bad beer; orders; supplies.
M-1543-48 Brewery, D-K letters. – April-June 1896. – General business such as orders for beer; supplies; employment enquiries; etc.
M-1543-49 Brewery, L-M letters. – April-June 1896. – Note from Stewart Ranche Co. of Pincher Creek regarding personal matter; questionnaire from Doering, Mardstrand’s Brewing Co. of Vancouver regarding value of Calgary Brewery; general business.
M-1543-50 Brewery, N-Z letters. – April-June 1986. – Letter from Customs Brokers, Rossland, B.C. regarding trading there; directions from Doering and Marstrand Brewing Co. of Vancouver for use of yeast; directions for use in brewing of yeast sent by Edvard Scharrer Co. of Toronto, offer from Bavaria to supply Bavarian hops and pitch and directions for making Kummel from London; Trail Brewing Co. enquiry regarding malt; orders for beer.
M-1543-51 Brewery, A-B letters. – July-September 1986. – Order for beer from The Canadian Land and Ranche Co. Ltd. of Crane Lake, N.W.T.; orders for beer and general business.
M-1543-52 Brewery, C-H letters. – July-September 1896. – Quotations on hops prices; complaints; orders; general business.
M-1543-53 Brewery, I-N letters. – July-September 1896. – General business; beer orders from local individuals and hotels.
M-1543-54 Brewery, O-Z letters. – July-September 1896. – General business including ordering of supplies, beer orders, complaints, purchase of malt, etc.
M-1543-55 Brewery, A-C letters. – October-December 1896. – Orders; complaints regarding leakage and breakage; general business.
M-1543-56 Brewery, D-L letters. – October-December l896. – Hops quotations; supplies; complaints; letter regarding shipment of beer to interior B.C.; beer orders.
M-1543-57 Brewery, M-P letters. – October-December 1896. – General business; barley samples; beer orders; complaints.
M-1543-58 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – October-December 1896. – Beer orders from Alberta hotels; offers to supply equipment and supplies; routine business.
M-1543-59 Brewery, A-C letters. – January-April 1897. – General business; beer orders; offers for supplies, etc.
M-1543-60 Brewery, D-K letters. – January-April 1897. – Beer orders; enquiries about supplies and equipment; other general business.
M-1543-61 Brewery, L-N letters. January-April 1897. – Barley samples from the Sarcee [Tsuut’ina]; orders for beer; general business.
M-1543-62 Brewery, O-Z letters. January-April 1897. – Orders; routine business.
M-1543-63 A. E. Cross-Correspondence with C.W. McMillan. – July-November 1896 – . Consists of orders for the Kootenay area, B.C. from company agent, C.W. McMillan.
M-1543-64 A.E. Cross-Correspondence with C.W. McMillan. – May-June 1896. – Same as above.
M-1543-65 A.E. Cross-Correspondence with C.W. McMillan. – March-April 1896 – Same as file folder No. 64.
M-1543-66 Brewery, A-B letters. – May-July 1897. – Beer orders; supplies; general business.
M-1543-67 Brewery, C-H letters. – May-July 1897. – General Business such as hops quotations; equipment and supplies orders; beer orders.
M-1543-68 Brewery, I-N letters. – May-July 1897. – Routine business; beer orders; payments of accounts; etcetera.
M-1543-69 Brewery, O-Z letters. – May-July 1897. – Letters of recommendation for employment; hops quotations.
M-1543-70 Brewery, A-C letters. – August-September 1897. – Beer orders from hotels; etcetera.
M-1543-71 Brewery, D-L letters. – August-September 1897. – Price quotations and samples of supplies; hops quotations; letter from John Labatt of London regarding yeast press.
M-1543-72 Brewery, M-R letters. – August-September 1897. – Routine business.
M-1543-73 Brewery, S-Z letters. – August-September 1897. – Offers for supplies; hops prices; other general business.
M-1543-74 Brewery, A-C letters. – October-January 1897-1898. – Orders from local ranches and hotels.
M-1543-75 Brewery, D-L letters. – October-January 1897-1898. – Routine beer orders; hops prices; etcetera.
M-1543-76 Brewery, M-N letters. – October-January 1897-1898. – General business concerning ordering of supplies; orders.
M-1543-77 Brewery, O-Z letters. – October-January 1897-1898. – General business; orders; payments of accounts; orders of coal; financial reports by R.G. Dun and Co.; etcetera.
M-1543-78 Brewery, A-C letters. – January-April 1898 – .Routine business orders; note from John Buckley of The Clifton House, B.C. regarding difficulty of payment because of depression; letter of thanks from Calgary Curling Club for trophy.
M-1543-79 Brewery, D-K letters. January-April 1898. – Offers for supplies and equipment; hops quotations; orders of malt from Castle Brewery, Nelson, B.C. and The LeRoy Brewing Co. of Rossland, B.C.
M-1543-80 Brewery, L-N letters. – January-April 1898. – Orders for beer; financial report on Mrs. Ellen McDougall, owner of Leland House, Nakusp, B.C.; correspondence to C.W. McMillan, agent for Calgary Brewery in interior B.C.
M-1543-81 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – January-April 1898. – Orders of malt from Nelson Brewing Co.; letter regarding Licenses Act in B.C.; orders; financial report on Slocan.
M-1543-82 Brewery, A-C letters. – May-July 8, 1898. – Beer orders from Alberta and B.C. hotels; certificate of inspection of weights, measures, balances for Calgary Brewery.
M-1543-83 Brewery, D-K letters. – May-July 8, 1898. – Order for Lager and soda water from A.H. Eckford, High River Horse Ranche; order for malt from Columia Brewery, Rossland, B.C.; general business.
M-1543-84 Brewery, L-P letters. – May-July 8, 1898. – Orders for beer from Alberta hotels.
M-1543-85 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – May-July 8, 1898. – Enquiry from Fred Sifton regarding supply of malt for new Lethbridge brewery; beer orders.
M-1543-86 Brewery, A- C letters. – July 8-December 9, 1898. – Beer orders; general business; price list of town lots in Cranbrook, B.C.
M-1543-87 Brewery, D-K letters. – July 8-December 9, 1898. Orders of malt from The Enterprise Brewing Co., Revelstoke, B.C.; lumber prices from Eau Claire and Bow River Lumber Co., Calgary; letter from Halifax Breweries regarding late Hon. Joseph Howe’s opinion on prohibition in Chronicle; general business.
M-1543-88 Brewery, L-P letters. – July 8-December 9, 1898. – Price lists from Andrews, Bell and Co. for sugar, spices, fruit, tea , coffee, etc.; beer orders; routine correspondence.
M-1543-89 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – July 8-December 9, 1898. – Letters regarding building of elevator for Brewery; financial report on Alfred E. Whiffen, Medicine Hat; general business.
M-1543-90 A. E. Cross correspondence, A-C letters, miscellaneous.- 1895-1898. – Miscellaneous including ranch matters; investments; letter from H.B. Alexander of The Alexander Ranch, Nanton, Alta.; personal from Bill Cochrane.
M-1543-91 A. E. Cross correspondence, D-K letters, miscellaneous. – 1895-1898. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; personal from A. H. Eckford; Hull Bros.
M-1543-92 A. E. Cross correspondence, L-R letters, miscellaneous.-1895-1898 -Miscellaneous regarding ranch; personal from George Lane; mining investments; letters from Western Stock Growers’ Association.
M-1543-93 A. E. Cross correspondence, S-Z letters, miscellaneous. – 1895-1898. – General including ranch; mining interests; personal from F.S. Stimson of The North-West Cattle Company; City of Calgary tax receipts.
M-1543-94 A. E. Cross correspondence with B.C. agent, C.W. McMillan. – to December, 1898. – Monthly statements and personal letters regarding Brewery matters in Brooklyn, B.C. and interior B.C.
M-1543-95 A. E. Cross correspondence with C.W. McMillan. – to December 1898. – Contains statements of stock on hand; purchases; financial statements of various interior B.C. hotels for Calgary Brewery products handled by C.W. McMillan.
M-1543-96 A.E. Cross correspondence with C.W. McMillan. – to December 1898. – Contains expense sheets from various B.C. hotels of purchases through C.W. McMillan.
M-1543-97 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 9,1898- March 17,1899. – General business; beer orders; offers for supplies.
M-1543-98 Brewery, D-L letters. – December 9,1898- March 17,1899. – Routine business of beer orders; supplies price quotations; etcetera.
M-1543-99 Brewery, M-R letters. – December 9,1898- March 17, 1899. – Offers for supplies and equipment; beer orders; other general business.
M-1543-100 Brewery, S-Z letters. – December 9,1898- March 17,1899. – Routine business; offers for supplies for buildings; beer orders.
M-1543-101 A. E. Cross correspondence, A-C letters. – January 1, 1898-1899. – Miscellaneous regarding personal matters, e.g. arrangements for the Cross’ wedding; notices from Ranchmen’s Club; ranch; mining investments.
M-1543-102 A. E. Cross correspondence, D-H letters. – 1898-1899. – Miscellaneous regarding ranching; irrigation; note from Liberal-Conservative Association regarding of Hon. Geo. E. Foster to deliver political address; Returning Officer’s Declaration of Election announcing A. E. Cross’ Election to Legislative Assembly, M.L.A. for East Calgary; poem dedicated to Cross upon his election to member of Legislative Assembly.
M-1543-103 A. E. Cross correspondence, Mc-Z. letters. – 1898-1899. – General including confidential letter regarding Brewery employee; Campbell; ranch; letters concerning land purchases; memo from Office of Recorder of Brands; congratulatory notes from various friends upon Cross’ successful election; criminal subpoena to Cross to appear and testify in court against Romain Gervois and Arthur Collyns; City of Calgary assessment notice.
M-1543-105 Brewery, A-D letters. – March 17-May 25,1899. – General business; orders for malt and hops; beer orders.
M-1543-106 Brewery, E-L letters. – March 17-May 25,1899. – Routine business of shipments of malt to Enterprise Brewery, Revelstoke; orders for hops; offers for supplies; beer orders.
M-1543-107 Brewery, M-R letters. – March17-May 25,1899. – Offers to supply barley and other supplies; general business.
M-1543-108 Brewery, S-R letters. – March 17-May 25,1899. – General business including letters from Slocan Transfer Company regarding Brooklyn business.
M-1543-109 Brewery, A-C letters. – March 17-July 31,1899. – General business.
M-1543-110 Brewery, D-L letters. – March 17-July 31,1899. – General business, beer orders.
M-1543-111 Brewery, M-S letters. – March 17-July 31,1899. – Orders and general business.
M-1543-112 Brewery, T-Z letters. – March 17-July 31,1899. – Routine business.
M-1543-113 A. E. Cross correspondence with W.E. Norden and Thomas Waring, Brooklyn, B.C. – 1898-1899. – Regarding Calgary Brewery sales to Brooklyn, B.C. and interior handled by Norden and Waring; cash statements.
M-1543-114 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 31-October 1,1899. – Orders; hop report on European situation; weekly Financial Review of Henry Clews and Co., New York; general business.
M-1543-115 Brewery, D-K letters. – July 31-October 1,1899. – Supplies orders.
M-1543-116 Brewery, L-P letters. – July 31-October 1,1899. – Beer orders; supplies.
M-1543-117 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – July 31-October 1,1899. – General business including correspondence from Brewery agents in B.C.
M-1543-118 Brewery, A-C letters. – October l- December 1, 1899. – Requests to supply barley; orders; general business.
M-1543-119 Brewery, D-L letters. – October 1- December 1, 1899. – Equipment and supplies; orders from Alberta hotels.
M-1543-120 Brewery, M-Z letters. – October l- December1, 1899. – Payment for malt shipped to Moyie Brewery, Moyie, B.C.; barley samples and quotations; hops quotations; offers from publishing co.’s to print advertising; general business.
M-1543-121 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 1, 1899- February 1, 1900. – General business; equipment and supplies; orders for beer.
M-1543-122 Brewery, D-M letters. – December1, 1899- February 1, 1900. – Letter from J. S. Holland regarding music hall venture for Calgary; general business.
M-1543-123 Brewery, Mc-Z letters. – December 1, 1899-February 1, 1900. – Barley samples; orders; routine business.
M-1543-124 Brewery, A-D letters. – February 1-April l, 1900. – Equipment and supplies; general business.
M-1543-125 Brewery, E-L letters. – February 1-April 1, 1900. – Order of malt from Fort Steele, B.C.; general business including insurance; workmen’s risk information.
M-1543-126 Brewery, M-Z letters. – February 1-April 1, 1900. – Order of malt from Prince Albert Brewery; crop statistics from Department of Agriculture at Regina; general business.
M-1543-127 Brewery, A-D letters. – April 1-May 16, 1900. – General business.
M-1543-128 Brewery, E-L letters. – April 1-May 16, 1900. – Order of malt from Empire Brewing Co., Brandon, Man.; beer orders from Alberta residents; supplies.
M-1543-129 Brewery, M-R letters. – April 1-May 16, 1900. – General business.
M-1543-130 Brewery, S-Z letters. – April 1-May 16, 1900. – Routine brewery correspondence.
M-1543-131 Brewery, B-C letters. – May 16-July 1, 1900. – General business; Dunn reports of financial standing; orders; supplies.
M-1543-132 Brewery, B-C letters. – May 16-July 1, l900. – Contains resolution on prohibition to be brought up in Legislative Assembly, general business.
M-1543-133 Brewery, D-K letters. – May 16-July 1, 1900. – Routine business; supplies and equipment; orders for beer.
M-1543-134 Brewery, M-Z letters. – May 16-July 1, 1900. – Personal note from freight agent of C.P.R. regarding malt situation; barley and malt shipment rates; ale label orders; general business.
M-1543-135 Brewery, A-C letters. – July-August, 1900. – Hop report from Bavaria; beer orders from Alf Brown for Edmonton hotels; general business and orders.
M-1543-136 Brewery, D-J letters. – July-August, 1900. – Supplies and equipment offers for brewery; orders for malt from B.C. breweries; other general business.
M-1543-137 Brewery, K-P letters. – July-August, 1900. – Routine business.
M-1543-138 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – July-August, 1900. – General business.
M-1543-139 A. E. Cross correspondence, A-B letters. – 1899-1900. – Miscellaneous papers dealing with ranch; Bank of Montreal general statement for 1899.
M-1543-140 A. E. Cross correspondence, C-I letters. – 1899-1900. – General correspondence; personal letters from Bill Cochrane, A.H. Eckford; ranch correspondence.
M-1543-141 A. E. Cross correspondence, H-L letters. – 1899-1900. – General such as brief containing results obtained in the Province of Ontario; personal letter regarding prohibition; resolution from F. W. Haultain; statement of account regarding Lougheed Block; ranch matters.
M-1543-142 A. E. Cross correspondence, M-Z letters. – 1899-1900. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; mining investments; letter from Walter Skrine; other personal letters.
M-1543-143 Brewery, A-C letters. – September 1- October 10, 1900. – General business including payment for beer ordered by Lieutenant- Governor; supplies.
M-1543-144 Brewery, D-K letters. – September 1- October 10, 1900. – General brewery business; orders.
M-1543-145 Brewery, L-N letters. – September l- October 10, 1900. – Routine brewery correspondence.
M-1543-146 Brewery, O-Z letters. – September l- October 10, 1900. – Price quotations of Bohemian hops; letter regarding possible Calgary Brewery exhibit in Pan-American Exposition, 1901 in Buffalo, New York; general business.
M-1543-147 Brewery, A-B letters. – October 10- November 12, 1900. – General business; beer orders from Alberta and Saskatchewan hotels; financial statement of Bank of Montreal, 1900.
M-1543-148 Brewery, C-G letters. – October 10- November 12, 1900. – General business.
M-1543-149 Brewery, H-L letters. – October 10- November 12, 1900. – General business including legal correspondence of Lougheed and Bennett.
M-1543-150 Brewery, M-P letters. – October 10- November 12, 1900. – Barley samples; other general business.
M-1543-151 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – October 10- November 12, 1900. – Order of malt from Pincher Creek Brewery; other general business.
M-1543-152 A. E. Cross correspondence, A-D letters. – 1900-1901. – General dealing with Calgary Rifle Club; Calgary Cricket Club notice; Commissioner of Agriculture regarding appointment of game guardians; qualifications of stock inspectors; note from Colonial Office in England; Department of Public Works; decoration costs of Calgary for visit of the Duke of York; correspondence from A.E. Cross, M..L.A. in Regina.
M-1543-153 A. E. Cross correspondence, E-M letters. – 1900-1901. – Miscellaneous from Calgary Curling Club; circular letter of The Daughters of the British Empire; personal; confidential letter from Office of Attorney General; F. W. Haultain regarding Bennett; letter from F. W. Haultain regarding refusal to grant permit to sell beer during Exhibition; from Calgary Association Football Club regarding Cross’s election as Honourable President.
M-1543-154 A. E. Cross correspondence, N-Z letters. – 1900-1901. – General such as Territorial Horse Breeders’ Association formation; regarding brands; resolution to provide establishment of a Provincial University; from Skinner and Miquelon regarding licensing of liquor travellers.
M-1543-155 Brewery, A-C letters. – November 12, 1900-February 20, 1901. – Letter from Crag and Canyon paper, Banff, soliciting advertising; article replying to Toronto Globe’s charges against Canadian roads; general business.
M-1543-156 Brewery, D-K letters. – November 12, 1900-February 20, 1901. – Letter from M.. W. Duy, Spokane, Wash., regarding handling Calgary beer; order for beer from Hotel Cecil, Ottawa; routine business.
M-1543-157 Brewery, L-P letters. – November 12, 1900-February 20, 1901. – Hop situation in United States; offer to supply barley from Red Deer; general business.
M-1543-158 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – November 12, 1900-February 20, 1901. – Offer from Tacoma, Wash. to supply hops; other general business.
M-1543-159 Brewery, A-C letters. – May 1-June 24, 1901. – Beer orders; general business.
M-1543-160 Brewery, D-H letters. – May 1-June 24, 1901. – Minutes of creditors of California Wine Co. Ltd.; routine business.
M-1543-161 Brewery, I-Mc letters. – May 1-June 24, 1901. – General brewery business.
M-1543-162 Brewery, N-Z letters. – May 1-June 24, 1901. – Supplies and equipment for brewery; beer orders.
M-1543-163 Brewery, A-D letters. – June 25-August 14, 1901. – Complaints of bad beer; orders from Alberta hotels; routine business.
M-1543-164 Brewery, E-K letters. – June 25-August 14, 1901. – General business; beer orders; complaints.
M-1543-165 Brewery, L-P letters. – June 25-August 14, 1901. – Crop prospects for Manitoba and N.W.T.; routine business; orders, etcetera.
M-1543-166 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – June 25-August 14, 1901. – Malt samples from California; general business.
M-1543-167 Brewery, A-D letters. – September 1-30, 1901. – Hop report from Bavaria; barley samples from Lethbridge; general beer orders; supplies.
M-1543-168 Brewery, E-J letters. – September 1-30, 1901. – From Department of Attorney General regarding licensing; supplies and equipment; orders.
M-1543-169 Brewery, K-Mc letters. – September 1-30, 1901. – Regarding grain situation; coal order from Anthracite; general business.
M-1543-170 Brewery, N-Z letters. – September 1-30, 1901. – Barley samples from Portage la Prairie; hop report from Bohemia; supplies.
M-1543-171 Brewery, A-C letters. – October 1- November 30, 1901. – Census report on brewery; general business.
M-1543-172 Brewery, D-H letters. – October 1- November 30, 1901. – Permit from Department of Public authorizing construction of sewer for brewery; general business.
M-1543-173 Brewery, I-M letters. – October 1- November 30, 1901. – General business.
M-1543-174 Brewery, Mc-R letters. – October 1- November 30, 1901. – Routine correspondence.
M-1543-175 Brewery, S-Z letters. – October 1- November 30, 1901. – Offers from Washington to supply hops; general business.
M-1543-176 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 1, 1901- January 12, 1902. – Private notice regarding tariff matters; general business.
M-1543-177 Brewery, D-J letters. – December 1, 190- January 12, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-178 Brewery, K-N letters. – December 1, 1901- January 12, 1902. – Grain letters; general business.
M-1543-179 Brewery, O-Z letters. – December 1, 1901- January 12, 1902. – Supplies and equipment; general business.
M-1543-180 Brewery, A-D letters. – January 13-March 8, 1902. – From Sydney, N.S.W. ordering beer; from Canadian Manufacturers’ Association regarding trade with West Indies; general business.
M-1543-181 Brewery, E-K letters. – January 13-March 8, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-182 Brewery, L-M letters. – January 13-March 8, 1902. – Barley samples from Brandon, Man.; supplies and equipment.
M-1543-183 Brewery, Mc-Z letters. – January 13-March 8, 1902. – Territorial Crop Estimate Bulletin; general business.
M-1543-184 Brewery, A-C letters. – March-April 1902. – Instructions sent by Mr. Cross from Regina regarding brewery business.
M-1543-185 Brewery, D-K letters. – March-April 1902. – General business.
M-1543-186 Brewery, L-M letters. – March-April 1902. – Barley samples from Manitoba; other general business.
M-1543-187 Brewery, N-Z letters. – March-April 1902. – General business.
M-1543-188 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 24-June 9, 1902. – Supplies; general business.
M-1543-189 Brewery, D-H letters. – April 24-June 9, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-190 Brewery, I-M letters. – April 24-June 9, 1902. – Routine correspondence.
M-1543-191 Brewery, Mc-R letters. – April 24-June9, 1902. – Letter from Sydney, Australia, regarding quality of Calgary beer; general business.
M-1543-192 Brewery, S-Z letters. – April 24-June 9, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-193 Brewery, A-C letters. – June 10-July 16, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-194 Brewery, D-K letters. – June 10-July 16, 1902. – Letter from Department of Agriculture regarding Trade mark; routine correspondence.
M-1543-195 Brewery, L-P letters. – June 10-July 16, 1902. – Bank of Montreal financial statement for 1902; general business.
M-1543-196 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – June10-July 16, 1902. – Alfred Whiffen, agent for Calgary Brewing Co.; orders; other general business.
M-1543-197 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 17-August 23, 1902. – Brochure on Capetown Exhibition; brewery correspondence; beer orders.
M-1543-198 Brewery, D-J letters. – July 17-August 23, 1902. – Order of malt from Imperial Brewing Co., Kamloops; routine business.
M-1543-199 Brewery, K-Mc letters. – July 17-August 23, 1902. – General business; offer from Vernon to supply hops.
M-1543-200 Brewery, N-Z letters. – July 17-August 23, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-201 Brewery, A-C letters. – August 24- September 30, 1902. – City of Calgary tax notice; beer orders; for Calgary Lager.
M-1543-202 Brewery, D-J letters. – August 24- September 30, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-203 Brewery, K-P letters. – August 24- September 30, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-204 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – August 24- September 30, 1902. – Letter regarding establishment of line of direct steamers between Canada and South Africa; request from The Vancouver Breweries for sample of malt; general business.
M-1543-205 Brewery, A-C letters. – October-November 4, 1902. – From Department of Agriculture regarding trade mark; general business.
M-1543-206 Brewery, D-L letters. – October-November 4, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-207 Brewery, M-P letters. – October- November 4, 1902. – General business
M-1543-208 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – October-November 4, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-209 Brewery, A-D letters. – November 10- December 11, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-210 Brewery, E-M letters. – November 10- December 11, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-211 Brewery, Mc-Z letters. – November 10- December 11, 1902. – General business.
M-1543-212 Brewery, A-D letters. – December 11, 1902-January 8, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-213 Brewery, E-L letters. – December 11, 1902-January 8, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-214 Brewery, M-P letters. – December 11, 1902-January 8, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-215 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – December 11, 1902-January 8, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-216 Brewery, A-D letters. – January 8-February 4, 1903. – General business
M-1543-217 Brewery, E-L letters. – January 8-February 4, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-218 Brewery, M-P letters. – January 8-February 4, 1903. – General business
M-1543-219 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – January 8-February 4, 1903. – General business
M-1543-220 Brewery, A-D letters. – February 5-March 9, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-221 Brewery, E-L letters. – February 5-March 9, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-222 Brewery, M-P letters. – February 5-March 9, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-223 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – February 5-March 9, 1903. – Notices regarding Western Manitoba’s Big Fair; general business.
M-1543-224 Brewery, A-D letters. – March 10-31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-225 Brewery, E-L letters. – March 10- 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-226 Brewery, M-N letters. – March 10-31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-227 Brewery, O-Z letters. – March 10-31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-228 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 1-30, 1903. – Grain prices; from Canadian Manufacturers Association, regarding development of home market and tariff revision; general business.
M-1543-229 Brewery, D-K letters. – April l-30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-230 Brewery, L-N letters. – April 1-30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-231 Brewery, O-Z letters. – April 1-30, 1903. – From Calgary Board of Trade regarding by-law changes; general business.
M-1543-232 Brewery, A-C letters. – June 1-30, 1903. – Regarding crop prospects; general business.
M-1543-233 Brewery, D-J letters. – June 1-30, 1903. – From the Edmonton Brewing and Malting Co. requesting sample of malt; general business.
M-1543-234 Brewery, K-P letters. – June 1-30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-235 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – June 1-30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-236 Brewery, A-D letters. – June 30-July 31, 1903. – Manitoba and Territories crop report; general business.
M-1543-237 Brewery, E-M letters. – June 30-July 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-238 Brewery, N-R letters. – June 30-July 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-239 Brewery, S-Z letters. – June 30-July 31, 1903. – Clipping regarding origin of word “jingo”.
M-1543-240 Brewery, A-D letters. – July 31-August 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-241 Brewery, E-L letters. – July 31-August 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-242 Brewery, M-P letters. – July 31-August 30, 1903. – Manitoba and Territories crop report; general business.
M-1543-243 Brewery, A-C letters. – August 30- September 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-245 Brewery, D-J letters. – August 30- September 30, 1903. – From Manager of Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition Co. Ltd. regarding 1903 exhibition; general business.
M-1543-246 Brewery, K-P letters. – August 30- September 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-247 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – August 30- September 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-248 Brewery, A-C letters. – September 30- October 31, 1903. – Hop report from Bavaria; City of Calgary tax notice; general business; clipping regarding Alberta Brewing and Malting Co.
M-1543-249 Brewery, D-K letters. – September 30- October 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-250 Brewery, L-P letters. – September 30- October 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-251 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – September 30- October 31, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-252 Brewery, A-C letters. – October 31- November 30, 1903. – Board of Trade letter regarding City election; from Board of Trade, Calgary, regarding Joint freight classification; general business.
M-1543-253 Brewery, D-J letters. – October 31- November 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-254 Brewery, K-P letters. – October 31- November 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-255 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – October 31- November 30, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-256 Brewery, A-D letters. – November 30- December 27, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-257 Brewery, E-L letters. – November 30- December 27, 1903. – From Lougheed and Bennett regarding transfer of mineral grant; general business.
M-1543-258 Brewery, M-P letters. – November 30- December 27, 1903. – From Chief Constable’s office regarding application for wholesale license at Cranbrook; general business.
M-1543-259 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – November 30- December 27, 1903. – General business.
M-1543-260 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 27, 1903-January 4, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-261 Brewery, D-L letters. – December 27, 1903-January 4, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-262 Brewery, M-P letters. – December 27, 1903-January 4, 1904. – Offer from Indian Agent at Gleichen to supply small coal; general business.
M-1543-263 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – December 27, 1903-January 4, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-264 Brewery, A-C letters. – January 1-31, 1904. – From Canadian Manufacturers’ Association regarding scarcity of labour; general business.
M-1543-265 Brewery, D-J letters. – January 1-31, 1904. – Notice regarding the exhibition by-law; general business.
M-1543-266 Brewery, K-P letters. – January 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-267 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – January 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-268 Brewery, A-C letters. – January 31- February 29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-269 Brewery, D-L letters. – January 31- February 29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-270 Brewery, L-N letters. – January 31- February 29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-271 Brewery, O-Z letters. – January 31- February 29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-272 Brewery, A-C letters. – March 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-273 Brewery, D-K letters. – March 1-31, 1904. – From Fire Department regarding Benevolent Fund; general business.
M-1543-274 Brewery, L-P letters. – March 1-31, 1904. – General business; clipping regarding incorporation of Edmonton Brewing Co.
M-1543-275 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – March 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-276 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 1-26, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-277 Brewery, D-J letters. – April 1-26, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-278 Brewery, K-P letters. – April 1-26, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-279 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – April 1-26, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-280 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 25-May 18, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-281 Brewery, D-L letters. – April 25-May 18, 1904. – Request from advertising agency for pictures of brewery process for Dominion Exhibition; general business.
M-1543-282 Brewery, M-R letters. – April 25-May 18, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-283 Brewery, S-Z letters. – April 25-May 18, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-284 Brewery, A-C letters. – May 18-June 8, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-285 Brewery, D-L letters. – May 18-June 8, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-286 Brewery, M-R letters. – May 18-June 8, 1904. – General business.
M1543/287 Brewery, S-Z letters. – May 18-June 8, 1904. – Letter from Sapporo Brewery, Japan, regarding import of Japanese bottles; general business.
M-1543-288 Brewery, A-C letters. – June 8-July 5, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-289 Brewery, D-K letters. – June 8-July 5, 1904. – Dominion Exhibition in Winnipeg; general business.
M-1543-290 Brewery, M-R letters. – June 8-July 5, 1904. – General business; clipping regarding souvenirs issued by Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition.
M-1543-291 Brewery, S-Z letters. – June 8-July 5, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-292 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 5-21, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-293 Brewery, D-K letters. – July 5-21, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-294 Brewery, L-P letters. – July 5-21, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-295 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – July 5-21, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-296 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 21-August 11, l904. – General business.
M-1543-297 Brewery, D-J letters. – July 21-August 11, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-298 Brewery, K-R letters. – July 21-August 11, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-299 Brewery, S-Z letters. – July 21-August 11, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-300 Brewery, A-C letters. – August 11-31, l904. – Ribbons from Calgary Hotel Baseball Club; general business.
M-1543-301 Brewery, D-J letters. – August 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-302 Brewery, K-P letters. – August 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-303 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – August 1-31, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-304 Brewery, A-C letters. – August 31- September 24, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-305 Brewery, D-J letters. – August 31- September 24, 1904. – Photographs of beer pumps sent by manufacturer; general business.
M-1543-306 Brewery, K-N letters. – August 31- September 24, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-307 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – August 31- September 24, 1904. – Hop situation; general business.
M-1543-308 Brewery, A-C letters. – September 24- October 15, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-309 Brewery, D-K letters. – September 24- October 15, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-310 Brewery, L-P letters. – September 24- October 15, 1904. – Canadian hop report; general business.
M-1543-311 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – September 24- October 15, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-312 Brewery, A-C letters. – October 15- November 9, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-313 Brewery, D-J letters. – October 15- November 9, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-314 Brewery, K-P letters. – October 15- November 9, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-315 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – October 15- November 9, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-316 Brewery, A-C letters. – November 9-29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-317 Brewery, D-L letters. – November 9-29, 1904. – Regarding advertising in Calgary; general business.
M-1543-318 Brewery, M-R letters. – November 9-29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-319 Brewery, S-Z letters. – November 9-29, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-320 Brewery, A-C letters. – November 29- December 17, 1904. – Clipping reporting Hon. Mr. Sifton’s view of protection in N.W.T. ; general business.
M-1543-321 Brewery, D-K letters. – November 29- December 17, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-322 Brewery, L-R letters. – November 29- December 17, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-323 Brewery, S-Z letters. – November 29- December 17, 1904. – General business.
M-1543-324 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 1904. – General business.
M-1543-325 Brewery, D-J letters. – December 1904. – General business.
M-1543-326 Brewery, K-R letters. – December 1904. – General business.
M-1543-327 Brewery, S-Z letters. – December 1904. – General business.
M-1543-328 Brewery, A-C letters. – January 1905. – Regarding Canada Preference League; general business.
M-1543-329 Brewery, D-K letters. – January 1905. – General business.
M-1543-330 Brewery, L-Q letters. – January 1905. – General business.
M-1543-331 Brewery, R-Z letters. – January 1905. – General business.
M-1543-332 Brewery, A-C letters. – January-February 18, 1905. – Rules and conditions of The Alberta Hockey Challenge Cup; general business.
M-1543-333 Brewery, D-K letters. – January-February 18, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-334 Brewery, L-R letters. – January-February 18, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-335 Brewery, S-Z letters. – January-February 18, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-336 Brewery, A-C letters. – February 18-March 7, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-337 Brewery, D-K letters. – February 18-March 7, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-338 Brewery, L-P letters. – February 18-March 7, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-339 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – February 18-March 7, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-340 Brewery, A-C letters. – March 1905. – General business.
M-1543-341 Brewery, D-J letters. – March 1905. – General business.
M-1543-342 Brewery, K-P letters. – March 1905. – General business.
M-1543-343 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – March 1905. – Note informing Cross that he was elected Patron of Royal Caledonian Curling Club of Scotland, Calgary; general business.
M-1543-344 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 1905. – Crop report for Manitoba and Territories; new trade mark law issued by Congress, Washington; general business.
M-1543-345 Brewery, D-K letters. – April 1905. – General business.
M-1543-346 Brewery, L-P letters. – April 1905. – General business.
M-1543-347 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – April 1905. – General business.
M-1543-348 Brewery, A-C letters. – April 24-May 15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-349 Brewery, D-J letters. – April 24-May 15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-350 Brewery, K-P letters. – April 24-May 15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-351 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – April 24-May 15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-352 Brewery, A-C letters. – May 1905. – General business.
M-1543-353 Brewery, D-L letters. – May 1905. – General business.
M-1543-354 Brewery, M-R letters. – May 1905. – General business.
M-1543-355 Brewery, S-Z letters. – May 1905. – General business.
M-1543-356 Brewery, A-C letters. – May-June19, 1905. – Birks display of sterling for cups, etc.; crop report; general business.
M-1543-357 Brewery, D-K letters. – May-June19, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-358 Brewery, L-R letters. – May-June 19, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-359 Brewery, S-Z letters. – May-June 19, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-360 Brewery, A-C letters. – June 20-July 8, 1905. – Crop reports; hops reports from California; general business.
M-1543-361 Brewery, D-L letters. – June 20-July 8, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-362 Brewery, M-R letters. – June 20-July 8, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-363 Brewery, S-Z letters. – June 20-July 8, 1905. – Brewers License; general business.
M-1543-364 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 8-27, 1905. – Crop report; general business.
M-1543-365 Brewery, D-L letters. – July 8-27, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-366 Brewery, M-R letters. – July 8-27, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-367 Brewery, S-Z letters. – July 9-27, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-368 Brewery, A-C letters. – July 27-August 14, l905. – Hop report from Bavaria; crop report for Manitoba and Territories; general business.
M-1543-369 Brewery, D-L letters. – July 27-August 14, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-370 Brewery, M-R letters. – July 27-August 14, 1905. – Clipping regarding development of cold storage for Brewery.
M-1543-371 Brewery, S-Z letters. – July 27-August 14, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-372 Brewery, A-C letters. – August 14- September 14, 1905. – Crop report; general business.
M-1543-373 Brewery, D-K letters. – August 14- September 14, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-374 Brewery, L-R letters.– August 14- September 14, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-375 Brewery, S-Z letters. – August 14- September 14, 1905. – Regarding immigration to Western Canada; general business.
M-1543-376 Brewery, A-C letters. – September 1-15, 1905. – From Headquarters 90th Regiment, Regina, regarding patronage for a documented history; general business.
M-1543-377 Brewery, D-K letters. – September 1-15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-378 Brewery, L-R letters. – September 1-15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-379 Brewery, S-Z letters. – September 1-15, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-380 Brewery, A-D letters. – September- October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-381 Brewery, D-K letters. – September- October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-382 Brewery, M-R letters. – September- October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-383 Brewery, S-Z letters. – September- October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-384 Brewery, A-C letters. – October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-385 Brewery, D-K letters. – October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-386 Brewery, L-R letters. – October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-387 Brewery, S-Z letters. – October, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-388 Brewery, A-C letters. – October 24- November 10, 1905. – Crop report for Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta; general business.
M-1543-389 Brewery, D-K letters. – October 24- November 10, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-390 Brewery, L-R letters. – October 24- November 10, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-391 Brewery, S-Z letters. – October 24- November 10, 1905. – General business.
M-1543-392 Brewery, A-C letters. – November 1905. – General business.
M-1543-393 Brewery, D-K letters. – November 1905. – From Chief Inspector regarding grades of grain in prairie provinces; general business.
M-1543-394 Brewery, L-R letters. – November 1905. – General business.
M-1543-395 Brewery, S-Z letters. – November 1905. – General business.
M-1543-396 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 1905. – General business.
M-1543-397 Brewery, D-L letters. – December 1905. – General business.
M-1543-398 Brewery, M-R letters. – December 1905. – General business.
M-1543-399 Brewery, S-Z letters. – December 1905. – General business.
M-1543-400 Brewery, A-C letters. – December 1905- January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-401 Brewery, D-K letters. – December 1905- January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-402 Brewery, L-R letters. – December 1905- January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-403 Brewery, S-Z letters. – December 1905- January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-404 Brewery, A-C letters. – January 1906. – General business.
M-1543- 405 Brewery, D-J letters. – January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-406 Brewery, K-P letters. – January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-407 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – January 1906. – General business.
M-1543-408 Brewery, A-G letters. – January-February 5, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-409 Brewery, G-L letters. – January-February 5, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-410 Brewery, M-Z letters. – January-February 5, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-411 Brewery, A-F letters. – February 5-19, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-412 Brewery, G-L letters. – February 5-19, 1906. – Letters from John Lineham regarding sale of barley to brewery; general business.
M-1543-413 Brewery, M-Z letters. – February 5-19, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-414 Brewery, A-D letters. – February 19-March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-415 Brewery, E-L letters. – February 19-March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-416 Brewery, M-R letters. – February 19- March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-417 Brewery, S-Z letters. – February 19-March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-418 Brewery, A -E letters. – March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-419 Brewery, F-L letters. – March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-420 Brewery, M-Z letters. – March 1906. – General business.
M-1543-421 Brewery, A-C letters. – March 21-April 15, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-422 Brewery, D-J letters. – March 21-April 15, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-423 Brewery, K-R letters. – March 21-April 15, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-424 Brewery, S-Z letters. – March 21-April 15, 1906. – General business.
M-1543-425 Brewery, A-B letters. – April-May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-426 Brewery, C-G letters. – April-May 1906. – Crop report for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; general business.
M-1543-427 Brewery, H-M letters. – April-May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-428 Brewery, Mc-R letters. – April-May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-429 Brewery, S-Z letters. – April-May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-430 Brewery, A-C letters. – May 1906. – Crop report from prairies; general business.
M-1543-431 Brewery, D-K letters. – May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-432 Brewery, L-R letters. – May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-433 Brewery, S-Z letters. – May 1906. – General business.
M-1543-434 Brewery, A-C letters. – May-June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-435 Brewery, D-L letters. – May-June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-436 Brewery, M-R letters. – May-June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-437 Brewery, S-Z letters. – May-June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-438 Brewery, A-C letters. – June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-439 Brewery, D-H letters. – June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-440 Brewery, I-P letters. – June 1906. – General business.
M-1543-441 Brewery, Q-Z letters. – June 1906. – General business.


Series 13


Calgary Brewing and Malting Company – Brewing register. – 1936-1942. – Series consists of volumes in which were recorded the details of the brewing process, including ingredients, times, temperatures, yields, and fermentation.

M-289-vol.1 Brewing records. – 1936-1938
M-289-vol.2 Brewing records. – 1938-1939
M-289-vol.3 Brewing records. – 1939-1941
M-289-vol.4 Brewing records. – 1941-1942


Series 14


Brewing and ranching – A. E. Cross’ correspondence. – 1901-1933. – Series consists of business and personal correspondence which A.E. Cross conducted from his offices at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company. – Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent within the chronological order.

M-1543-442 Correspondence, A-C letters. – 1901-1902. – Private correspondence with R.R. Bruce; brewery supplies; ranch business; from Selkirk and Edmund Cross, A.E. Cross’ brothers, regarding family matters.
M-1543-443 Correspondence, D-K letters. – 1901-1902. – Miscellaneous including brewery business; ranch; private.
M-1543-444 Correspondence, L-M letters. – 1901-1902. – Miscellaneous regarding real estate; ranch matters; private letters.
M-1543-445 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – 1901-1902. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; brewery business; private matters.
M-1543-446 Correspondence, A-C letters. – 1902-June 9, 1903. – Miscellaneous including letter from Calgary Rifle Club informing Cross of his election as president; ranch matters; legal from Selkirk Cross, Montreal; private matters.
M-1543-447 Correspondence, D-L letters. – 1902-June 9, 1903. – Miscellaneous including letter from Department of Public Works regarding irrigation on ranch; private from A.H. Eckford; statement of Mosquito Creek Wagon Fall (1902) Roundup; real estate interests.
M-1543-448 Correspondence, M-P letters. – 1902-June 9, 1903. – Miscellaneous including private; from J.J. Marshall regarding building of new hotel for Gleichen; ranch concerns; brewery business; from Chief Inspector of Surveys regarding extension of Calgary city limits.
M-1543-449 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – 1902-June 9, 1903. – Miscellaneous including brewery supplies; ranch business; confidential regarding ranching prospects in N.W.T. from A. R. Springett.
M-1543-450 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 9, 1903-January 7, l904. – From Mr. Beyder regarding The Nanton News; statement of the estate of the late Hon. Alexander Cross; personal from Bill Cochrane; brewery supplies and equipment; ranch concerns.
M-1543-451 Correspondence, D-J letters. – June 9, 1903-January 7, 1904. – General including letter outlining distribution of Calgary brewery shares; ranch business; private.
M-1543-452 Correspondence, K-M letters. – June 9, 1903-January 7, 1904. – General; ranch business; private letters regarding father’s estate.
M-1543-453 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 9, 1903-January 7, 1904. – Miscellaneous such as year end report from Ranchmen’s Club; ranch business.
M-1543-454 Correspondence, A-C letters. – February 1- December 10, 1904. – General such as annual statement from Board of Trade; brewery from Percy Barton; personal; ranch business with Billie Cochrane.
M-1543-455 Correspondence, D-L letters. – February 1- December 10, 1904. – General; from C.S. Lott regarding Cross’ real estate; from R.S. Lake regarding prohibition.
M-1543-456 Correspondence, M-N letters. – February 1- December 10, 1904. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; brewery; personal matters.
M-1543-457 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – February 1- December 10, 1904. – General including statement from manager of Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition regarding attendance; etcetera of Calgary Fair; list of officers of Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition for 1904; ranch business; general idea of proposed ranch school; personal; Polo Club circular.
M-1543-458 Correspondence, A-C letters. – December 10, 1904-September 6, 1905. – Miscellaneous regarding private matters; ranch business; request for support for Nanton hospital; live stock prices and quotations.
M-1543-459 Correspondence, D-L letters. – December 10, 1904-September 6, 1905.– Miscellaneous; from Y.M.C.A. requesting subscriptions; financial statement of Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition; personal and ranch.
M-1543-460 Correspondence, M letters. – December 10, 1904-September 6, 1905. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-461 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – December 10, 1904-September 6, 1905 — . Miscellaneous; officer list for Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition for 1905; Ranchmen’s Club report; brewery business (malting); proposal for Young Men’s Club; list of members of Ranchmen’s Club.
M-1543-462 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 6, 1905-June 18, 1906. – General including the Calgary Natural Gas Co. resolutions; personal from brother regarding family history.
M-1543-463 Correspondence, D-L letters. – September 6, 1905-June 18, 1906. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-464 Correspondence, M letters. – September 6, 1905-June 18, 1906. – General including a letter from Ottawa regarding continuation of Northwest Mounted Police in Alberta; ranch business of A. McCallum.
M-1543-465 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – September 6, 1905-June 18, 1906. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-466 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 18, 1906-January 18, 1907. – Miscellaneous regarding cattle purchases; personal.
M-1543-467 Correspondence, D-L letters. – June 18, 1906-January 18, 1907. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-468 Correspondence, M letters. – June 18, 1906- January 18, 1907. – General regarding ranch; personal.
M-1543-469 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 18, 1906-January 18, 1907. – General; also sketch of A.E. Cross’ life prepared for publication in Souvenir of Alberta; sale of cattle, etcetera from ranch.
M-1543-470 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 16- September 15, 1907. – General; personal letters from brother; ranch business; other investment interests.
M-1543-471 Correspondence, D-L letters. – January 16- September 15, 1907. – Miscellaneous regarding sale and purchase of cattle for ranch; personal; land purchases.
M-1543-472 Correspondence, M-N letters. – January 16,-September 15, 1907. – General regarding estate of late Hon. Alexander Cross (father); ranch correspondence with Archie McCallum; personal.
M-1543-473 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – January 16- September 15, 1907. – General; requests by Cross to purchase more land; Ranchmen’s Club year end report; ranch business; mineral claims in Kootenay; personal letters.
M-1543-474 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 15, 1907-March 7, 1908. – Miscellaneous; stockholders reports from various insurance companies; from City Treasurer, Thomas Burns regarding assessment of city limits; regarding the appointment of a Federal Commission of enquiry on technical education.
M-1543-475 Correspondence, D-L letters. – September 15, 1907-March 7, 1908. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-476 Correspondence, M-S letters. – September 15, 1907-March 7, 1908. – Private.
M-1543-477 Correspondence, T-Z letters. – September 15, 1907-March 7, 1908. – General; minutes of council of the Board of Trade.
M-1543-478 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 7- August 1, 1908. – General business including Calgary Board of Trade resolution regarding railway construction and development; private.
M-1543-479 Correspondence, D-M letters. – March 7- August 1, 1908. – General; letter from Licenses Victuallers Association regarding government action of closing hotels at 10:00 p.m.
M-1543-480 Correspondence, Mc-R letters. – March 7- August 1, 1908. – Miscellaneous; ranch business; to M.S. McCarthy regarding start of national consumptive park in Rocky Mountains; Ranchmen’s Club year end report.
M-1543-481 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – March 7- August 1, 1908. – General; ranch business; private letters.
M-1543-482 Correspondence, A-C letters. – August 1- November 7, 1908. – General; program of laying memorial stone of Calgary General Hospital; requests for construction of more railways in the West.
M-1543-483 Correspondence, D-M letters. – August 1- November 7, 1908. – General; such from Edward Mathews of Maple Leaf Hotel, Moose Jaw, regarding liquor licensing and prohibition.
M-1543-484 Correspondence, Mc-P letters. – August 1- November 7, 1908. – General; ranch and private.
M-1543-485 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – August 1- November 7, 1908. – Miscellaneous concerning ranch and private matters.
M-1543-486 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 7, 1908-March 4, 1909. – Miscellaneous including good account of Calgary’s assets and statistics; Board of Trade report for 1908; Board of Trade memorandum regarding promotion of Alberta grain to world markets; list of members of Calgary Board of Trade.
M-1543-487 Correspondence, D-M letters. – November 7, 1908-March 4, 1909. – Miscellaneous; requests for railways in West.
M-1543-488 Correspondence, Mc- Z letters. – November 7, 1908-March 4, 1909. – Miscellaneous including ranch business; private letters.
M-1543-489 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 3- September, 1909. – General including report of railway committee ( Calgary Board of Trade ) regarding Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and Canadian Northern Railway branch lines into Calgary; Board of Trade resolution supporting Canadian Exposition and Selkirk Centennial at Winnipeg; claim and petition set forth by Board of Trade regarding express rates; personal.
M-1543-490 Correspondence, D-L letters. – March 3- September 1909. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-491 Correspondence, M-P letters. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; investments.
M-1543-492 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 3- September 1909. – General; Ranchmen’s Club year end report; ranch interests; mineral claims; from James Weir regarding the Temperance and Moral Reform League situation in politics.
M-1543-493 Correspondence, A-C letters. – October 9- December 31, 1909. – General; Board of Trade year end report of progress; ranch business.
M-1543-494 Correspondence, D-L letters. – October 9- December 31, 1909. – General.
M-1543-495 Correspondence, M-Z letters. – October 9- December 31, 1909. – Miscellaneous; from the Navy League, London, soliciting for membership; list of officers of Alberta Provincial Exhibition, 1910..
M-1543-496 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 1- June 2, 1910. – Miscellaneous; from P. Burns regarding cattle industry; Board of Trade 1909 report.
M-1543-497 Correspondence, J-K letters. – January 1- June 2, 1910. – General.
M-1543-498 Correspondence, L-N letters. – January 1- June 2, 1910. – General.
M-1543-499 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – January 1- June 2, 1910. – General; such letter from S.B. Townsend regarding Temperance legislation.
M-1543-500 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 3- November 21, 1910. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; biographical note on A. E. Cross for publication in Who’s Who in Western Canada.
M-1543-501 Correspondence, D-J letters. – June 3- November 21, 1910. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch and other concerns.
M-1543-502 Correspondence, K-N letters. – June 3- November 21, 1910. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch; personal matters; other business investments.
M-1543-503 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – June 3- November 21, 1910. – Miscellaneous; from Temperance, Social and Moral Reform League regarding growth of slums.
M-1543-504 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 22, 1910-March 4, 1911. – Miscellaneous; minutes of Alberta South African Memorial Committee.
M-1543-505 Correspondence, D-J letters. – November 22, 1910-March 4, 1911. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-506 Correspondence, K-M letters. – November 22, 1910-March 4, 1911. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-507 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – November 22, 1910-March 4, 1911. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-508 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 15- June 26, 1911. – General regarding Board of Trade; from Calgary Industrial Exhibition Co. Ltd. announcing expected attendance as 100,000; regarding Canadian-American Reciprocity Treaty; between A.E. Cross and Clay Robinson and Co., Live Stock Commission, Chicago; Calgary Natural Gas Co. Ltd. regarding shares, etc.
M-1543-509 Correspondence, D-L letters. – March 15- June 26, 1911. – General business of ranch and other interests.
M-1543-510 Correspondence, M-P letters. – March 15- June 26, 1911. – Miscellaneous; from John McKeaque, Ireland regarding prohibition in Canada, etc.
M-1543-511 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 15- June 26, 1911. – Miscellaneous; Ranchmen’s Club year end report; promotion pamphlet on Windermere Valley; ranch business regarding short horn cattle; land purchases in Windermere Valley.
M-1543-512 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 27- November 11, 1911. – Miscellaneous; Association of Canadian Clubs minutes; financial statement of Calgary Industrial Exhibition Co. for 1911; ranch matters; clipping regarding herd cow; clippings regarding P. Burns bonds.
M-1543-513 Correspondence, D-L letters. – June 27- November 11, 1911. – Miscellaneous; with Mr. Drewry regarding Brewery Men’s Union; with Department of the Interior regarding grazing leases, etcetera; extract of Montreal Daily Star regarding organization of league to extend export trade to South America; agenda of Licensed Victuallers Association; private.
M-1543-514 Correspondence, M-P letters. – June 27- November 11, 1911. – General; with C.P.R. regarding location of C.P.R. shops in Calgary; from Portage la Prairie regarding barley question and reciprocity with U.S.; circular letter of Calgary Old Timers Association.
M-1543-515 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – June 27- November 11, 1911. – General; from The E.B Eddy Co. Ltd. regarding formation of Canadian Home Market League to defeat reciprocity; location of club house for Ranchmen’s Club; ranch matters such as buying horses, etc.
M-1543-516 Correspondence, A-C letters.- November 12, 1911-January 22, 1912. – Miscellaneous regarding ranch and private matters.
M-1543-517 Correspondence, D-M letters. – November 12, 1911-January 22, 1912.– General regarding irrigation on ranch; shares and investments.
M-1543-518 Correspondence, Mc-R letters. – November 12, 1911-January 22, 1912. – General; regarding British Columbia Indian situation; investments.
M-1543-519 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – November 12, 1911-January 22, 1912. – General; regarding opening of University by Dean Braithwaite; Glass Co. correspondence.
M-1543-520 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 23- May 1, 1912. – General; promotion for Alberta Provincial Spring Horse Show; regarding various investments.
M-1543-521 Correspondence, D-L letters. – January 23- May 1, 1912. – Miscellaneous; Thomas Howell, general emigration agent, C.N.R., regarding settlers for Western Canada; to George Lane, Western Stock Growers Association regarding cattle industry on prairies.
M-1543-522 Correspondence, M-P letters. – January 23- May 1,1912. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-523 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – January 23- May 1, 1912. – Miscellaneous; private and ranch matters.
M-1543-524 Correspondence, A-C letters. – May 3-July 31, 1912. – General; Calgary Power literature; private letters.
M-1543-525 Correspondence, D-M letters. – May 3-July 31, 1912. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-526 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – May 3-July 31, 1912. – Miscellaneous; real estate; Ranchmen’s Club year end report; with William Vesey, manager of a7 Ranche; to Hon .J.A. Lougheed regarding live stock grazing leases.
M-1543-527 Correspondence, A-C letters. – August 1- October 31, 1912. – General; regarding Stampede payments, etcetera; ranch matters.
M-1543-528 Correspondence, D-M letters. – August 1- October 31, 1912. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-529 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – August 1- October 31, 1912. – General; regarding membership in South East Calgary Corporation, Ltd., etcetera.
M-1543-530 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 1, 1912-January 1913. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-531 Correspondence, D-M letters. – November 1, 1912-January 1913. – General; from Edward Prince; minister of Marine and Fisheries regarding fish hatchery for Banff; regarding “Friends of the Indians of British Columbia” ; etcetera.
M-1543-532 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – November 1, 1912-January 1913. – Miscellaneous; resolutions presented to the ranch inquiry commission by ranchers of Gleichen district; history of stage coach calendar; ranch matters.
M-1543-533 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January- May 31, 1913. – General; regarding Aberdeen mineral claim; from E.L. Richardson regarding Alberta Horse Breeders’ Association Spring Horse Show; with R.B Bennett regarding fish hatcheries at Banff and Elbow River south of Calgary.
M-1543-534 Correspondence, D-L letters. – January- May 31, 1913. – General; description of ranch and stock for sale by A.H. Eckford; Hull-Sibbald syndicate; summary of legal suit Cross vs Strong in Supreme Court of Alberta; etcetera..
M-1543-535 Correspondence, M-R letters. – January- May 31, 1913. – General; financial statements of business interests; notes on agriculture and brewing industry; regarding ranching situation.
M-1543-536 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – January-May 31, 1913. – Miscellaneous; solicitations for St. George’s Church; regarding Muirhead School District; etc.
M-1543-537 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June- October 1913. – Miscellaneous; list of regulations regarding Calgary Golf and Country Club; notice of meeting of shareholders of Calgary Brewing and Malting Co. ; etcetera.
M-1543-538 Correspondence, D-L letters. – June- October 1913. – Miscellaneous including personal letters from A. H. Eckford; regarding lots and real estate.
M-1543-539 Correspondence, M-P letters. – June- October 1913. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-540 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – June- October 1913. – Miscellaneous; from Mrs. Charles Russell regarding painting for Ranchmen’s Club; etcetera.
M-1543-541 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 1913-June 15, 1914. – General; regarding mineral claims; ranch; information regarding investments.
M-1543-542 Correspondence, D-K letters. – November 1913-June 15, 1914. – General; from insurance company regarding investments; etcetera.
M-1543-543 Correspondence, L-P letters. – November 1913-June 15, 1914. – Miscellaneous; request for portrait of Col .Macleod for Macleod Club; etcetera.
M-1543-544 Correspondence, Q-S letters. – November 1913-June 15, 1914. – General including Cross’ suggestions and criticisms of report of the Ranching and Grazing Investigation Commission; brochure describing Royal Colonial Institute
M-1543-545 Correspondence, T-Z letters. – November 1913-June 15, 1914. – General; from Union Club of British Columbia to members; etcetera.
M-1543-546 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 15- December 26, 1914. – Miscellaneous; from Hillcrest Fund soliciting funds; personal to Hon. J.A. Calder, Minister of Education, Regina regarding prohibition issue.
M-1543-547 Correspondence, D-M letters. – June 15- December 26, 1914. – Miscellaneous; report of Exhibition Committee; from Legion of Frontiersmen, Calgary, regarding Canada’s opportunity to help Britain, etcetera.
M-1543-548 Correspondence, N-S letters. – June 15- December 26, 1914. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-549 Correspondence, T-Z letters. – June 15- December 26, 1914. – General; personal to Robert A. Vihlein of Milwaukee regarding prohibition.
M-1543-550 Correspondence, A-B letters. – December 26, 1914-May, 1915. – General; British Empire League of London subscription; from British Empire League regarding war; with D.R. Ker of Victoria regarding prohibition.
M-1543-551 Correspondence, C letters. – December 26, 1914-May, 1915. – General; minutes of Calgary Petroleum Products, Ltd.; from Camille David, Camrose regarding prohibition.
M-1543-552 Correspondence, D-L letters. – December 26, 1914-May, 1915. Miscellaneous; information regarding dimalt; with James Dallas, Moose Jaw regarding prohibition legislation; from W. Fowles, Hudson Bay Co., Montreal, regarding funds for campaign against prohibition.
M-1543-553 Correspondence, M-P letters. – December 26, 1914-May, 1915. – General; on prohibition such as letter to Macnaghten regarding fight against prohibition in West; clipping of Saskatchewan liquor regulations.
M-1543-554 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – December 26, 1914-May, 1915. – General; copy of new grazing regulations; report of Willow Creek Oils Ltd.
M-1543-555 Correspondence, A-C letters. – May- December 1915. – Miscellaneous; from Australian High Commissioner regarding Trafalgar Day anniversary; Personal to W.E. Cochrane giving prohibition situation.
M-1543-556 Correspondence, C-J letters. – May- December 1915. – Miscellaneous; to F. J. Clarke, Regina regarding Liquor Bill.
M-1543-557 Correspondence, K-M letters. – May- December 1915. – Miscellaneous; regarding operation of Mount Royal College.
M-1543-558 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – May- December 1915. – Miscellaneous; private to W. H. Sheppard, Edmonton regarding Petition against prohibition.
M-1543-559 Correspondence, A-C letters. – December 9, 1915-June 28, 1916. – Miscellaneous; from L. H. Clarke regarding prohibition situation in Canada.
M-1543-560 Correspondence, D-L letters. – December 9, 1915-June 28, 1916. – General including private correspondence; to Hon. Pierre Blondin, Minister of Inland Revenue regarding temperance question.
M-1543-561 Correspondence, M-P letters. – December 9, 1915-June 28, 1916. – General; regarding late brother’s estate; information regarding shares, etcetera.
M-1543-562 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – December 9, 1915-June 28, 1916. – General; to Royal Trust regarding estate of late Emma Lunn, Cross’ aunt; to Board of Trade regarding preservation of St. George’s Island Park; with W. H. Sheppard, Edmonton regarding compensation for people hurt by new liquor act.
M-1543-563 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 28- December 10, 1916. – General; with Board of Trade regarding fire guardiance on prairies.
M-1543-564 Correspondence, D-L letters. – June 28- December 10, 1916. – With Daniel Diver, Edmonton, regarding development of gold separating machine; from Lougheed and Taylor Ltd., Brokers, Calgary, regarding advisability of war loan to Russian government.
M-1543-565 Correspondence, M-P letters. – June 28- December 10, 1916. – Miscellaneous; from John McKeague, Vancouver, regarding defeat of prohibition in New Zealand.
M-1543-566 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – June 28- December 10, 1916. – Personal to E.M. Sandelands, Queen Charlotte City, B.C.; with Thomas Storey, London, regarding business situation as result of prohibition.
M-1543-567 Correspondence, A-C letters. – December 11, 1916-March 13, 1917. – Board of Trade sub-committee of returned soldiers committee report; annual statements of insurance companies; personal with Frank Clarke, Regina, including clippings from Regina Leader regarding brewer’s appeal; Calgary Petroleum Products, Ltd. financial statements; Chinook Jockey Club notices.
M-1543-568 Correspondence, D-M letters. – December 11, 1916-March 13, 1917. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-569 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – December 11, 1916-March 13, 1917. – From Wm. Pearce regarding observations on Public School education; regarding donations to Serbian Relief Fund; personal greetings from Guy Weadick, Cincinnati.
M-1543-570 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 13- October 5, 1917. – Reports of Alberta Flour Mills; general.
M-1543-571 Correspondence, D-L letters. – March 13- October 5, 1917. – To Appleby School regarding Jim Cross’ progress; private with Dr. Leeder regarding Mrs. Cross’ health.
M-1543-572 Correspondence, M-P letters. – March 13- October 5, 1917. – Regarding mining interests; copy of report of the Returned Soldiers Aid Commission, B.C.
M-1543-573 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 13- October 5, 1917. – Regarding brewery situation in Western Canada; general.
M-1543-574 Correspondence, A-C letters. – October 5, 1917-January 27, 1918. – Regarding Canada’s Victory Loan; miscellaneous.
M-1543-575 Correspondence, D-L letters. – October 5, 1917-January 27, 1918. – General.
M-1543-576 Correspondence, M-P letters. – October 5, 1917-January 27, 1918. – General.
M-1543-577 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – October 5, 1917-January 27, 1918. – Personal with William Towers giving prohibition situation; miscellaneous.
M-1543-578 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 28- May 16, 1918. – To Alberta Flour Mills Ltd.; General.
M-1543-579 Correspondence, D-K letters. – January 28- May 16, 1918. – Regarding Burton Mine; personal with A. H. Eckford.
M-1543-580 Correspondence, L-P letters. – January 28- May 16, 1918. – General.
M-1543-581 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – January 28- May 16, 1918. – General.
M-1543-582 Correspondence, A-C letters. – May 17- September 17, 1918. – Clipping regarding Flour Mill from morning Albertan; to Hon. A. L. Sifton, Minister of Customs regarding Order in Council prohibiting export of cows from Canada; Canadian manufacturers’ association circular letter.
M-1543-583 Correspondence, D-J letters. – May 17- September 17, 1918. – To Norman Dawes, Managing Director of National Breweries, regarding resolution allowing sale of 3% beer; regarding investment in Caly Burton Copper Syndicate, Elko, B.C.; acknowledgement of payments to farm colony for sailors and soldiers with tuberculosis; clipping from Montreal Gazette regarding closing of bars after 7 p.m. in Saskatchewan.
M-1543-584 Correspondence, K-P letters. – May 17- September 17, 1918. – Report on the Mercer-Cross agreement; financial statement of Metals Ltd.; miscellaneous.
M-1543-585 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – May 17- September 17, 1918. – General; from the sailors’ and soldiers’ tobacco fund regarding cigarettes for soldiers; annual report of Western Canada College.
M-1543-586 Correspondence, A-B letters. – September 18, 1918-February 26, 1919. – Statement of fees from Appleby School, Oakville, for James; minutes of Alberta Thoroughbred Horse Association meeting; regarding Alberta Flour Mills Ltd.; to Lord Beaverbrook regarding Brewery holdings of hotels and general situation (prohibition); confidential from Brewers and Malters Association regarding resolution for 2 « % alcohol by weight maximum; regarding Burton Mine.
M-1543-587 Correspondence, C-E letters. – September 18, 1918-February 26, 1919. – To L.H. Clarke, Canada Malting Co. regarding order in council on prohibition; regarding Diver Mineral Separator Co. Ltd.
M-1543-588 Correspondence, F-N letters. – September 18, 1918-February 26, 1919. – To W.R. MacInnes, Montreal, regarding sale of hops to England; to Hon. F.A. macnaghten regarding poor business owing to Prohibition Act.
M-1543-589 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – September 18, 1918-February 26, 1919. – To V.M. Drury, Manager of Royal Securities Corporation, regarding petition for sale of beer; to Hon. A.L. Sifton from O.L. Redman, M.P., regarding Calgary Brewing and Malting Co. situation since prohibition.
M-1543-590 Correspondence, A-B letters. – February- April 21, 1919. – From J. Albert Burgess regarding Alberta Flour Mills Ltd. enterprise.
M-1543-591 Correspondence, C-E letters. – February- April 21, 1919. – Canadian Photoplays, Ltd. correspondence regarding shares and circular letters; with L. H. Clarke regarding prohibition question; to N. J. Dawes, manager of National Breweries Ltd., Montreal, regarding prohibition.
M-1543-592 Correspondence, F-N letters. – February- April 21, 1919. – To Sir Francis macnaghten, Ireland, regarding prohibition.
M-1543-593 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – February- April 21, 1919. – Circular regarding Victory Stampede; general.
M-1543-594 Correspondence, A-B letters. – April 22- August 6, 1919. – Information by Alberta Flour Mills, Ltd.; option agreement between Bank of Montreal and A. E. Cross, J. W. Davidson, and Patrick Burns; clipping regarding A. E. Cross’ shorthorns.
M-1543-595 Correspondence, C-D letters. – April 22- August 6, 1919. – Copy of order-in-council regarding grazing leases; general.
M-1543-596 Correspondence, E-N letters. – April 11- August 6, 1919. – To E.G. Miner, President of The Pfaudler Co. regarding prohibition situation; etcetera..
M-1543-597 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – April 11- August 6, 1919. – Miscellaneous.
M-1543-598 Correspondence, A-C letters. – August 6- November 27, 1919. – To Lord Beaverbrook regarding brewery situation in Western Canada; etcetera.
M-1543-599 Correspondence, D-L letters. – August 6- November 27, 1919. – Regarding shares, etcetera of Allen’s Calgary Theatre Ltd.
M-1543-600 Correspondence, M-R letters. – August 6- November 27, 1919. – Includes statement of facts regarding victory loan by Edmund Taylor, chairman, Southern Alberta Committee; general.
M-1543-601 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – August 6- November 27, 1919. – To Hon. A. L. Sifton regarding prohibition situation; etcetera.
M-1543-602 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 27, 1919-March 16, 1920. – From Messrs. McNevin and Fraser regarding proposed liquor legislation in Saskatchewan; etcetera.
M-1543-603 Correspondence, D-L letters. – November 27, 1919-March 16, 1920. – General.
M-1543-604 Correspondence, M-P letters. – November 27, 1919-March 16, 1920. – General.
M-1543-605 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – November 27, 1919-March 16, 1920. – Report and accounts of 1919 Stampede; from Guy Weadick informing A.E. Cross that Calgary will be his permanent home.
M-1543-606 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 17- July 12, 1920. – General.
M-1543-607 Correspondence, D-L letters. – March 17- July 12, 1920. – Write-up of A. E. Cross by International Press, Ltd., for Canadian Who’s Who and Why; etc.
M-1543-608 Correspondence, M-P letters. – March 17- July 12, 1920. – From British Empire League regarding memorial to Sir George Reid; from Pearce regarding negotiations between Calgary Petroleum Products Co. and Imperial Oil.
M-1543-609 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 17- July 12, 1920. – From E. L. Richardson regarding George Emerson in Cochrane ranch exhibit for Hudson’s Bay historical pageant; personal from Guy Weadick inviting Cross out to ranch.
M-1543-610 Correspondence, A-C letters. – July 13, 1920-January 12, 1921. – Circular regarding crop report issued by Bank of Montreal.
M-1543-611 Correspondence, C-E letters. – July 13, 1920-January 12, 1921. – Regarding proposed agreement between Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co. Ltd. and Calgary Petroleum Products Ltd.
M-1543-612 Correspondence, F-M letters. – July 13, 1920-January 12, 1921. – From Appleby School regarding son, Jim; circular from the Society of Friends of the Indians of B.C.
M-1543-613 Correspondence, N-R letters. – July 13, 1920-January 12, 1921. – General.
M-1543-614 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – July 13, 1920-January 12, 1921. – Personal from Guy Weadick inviting “Big Four” out to his ranch.
M-1543-615 Correspondence, A-B letters. – January 13- April 15, 1921. – General.
M-1543-616 Correspondence, C-G letters. – January 13- April 15, 1921. – Circular regarding Calgary Winter Carnival.
M-1543-617 Correspondence, H-M letters. – January 13- April 15, 1921. – General.
M1543/618 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – January 13- April 15, 1921. – General.
M-1543-619 Correspondence, A-B letters. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – Bank of Montreal crop report; etcetera.
M-1543-620 Correspondence, C-G letters. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – General.
M-1543-621 Correspondence, H-P letters. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – General.
M-1543-622 Correspondence, Q-R letters. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – From E. L. Richardson and extract from Manitoba Free Press regarding musical program at Exhibition; folder regarding history of Calgary Exhibition; copy of editorial regarding Calgary Fair appearing in Manitoba Free Press Prairie Farmer.
M-1543-623 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – Clipping from Calgary Herald regarding Army and Navy Club drive for funds and W. M. Turner.
M-1543-624 Correspondence, A-B letters. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – . From Alberta Flour Mills, Ltd.; Bank of Montreal Crop report.
M-1543-625 Correspondence, C letters. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922.– Copy of letter by Bob Edwards regarding prohibition legislation; etcetera.
M-1543-626 Correspondence, D-L letters. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – Personal with A.H. Eckford.
M-1543-627 Correspondence, M-R letters. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922.– With C.W. McMillan, Macdonald Hotel, regarding enforcement of liquor laws.
M-1543-628 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – General.
M-1543-629 Correspondence, A-B letters. – March 9- July 3, 1922. – With Alberta Flour Mills, Ltd.; crop report issued by Bank of Montreal.
M-1543-630 Correspondence, C-J letters. – March 9-July 3, 1922. – Booklet regarding economic conditions; governmental finance, U.S. securities.
M-1543-631 Correspondence, K-P letters. – March 9- July 3, 1922. – Clipping regarding decrease in profits of National Breweries.
M-1543-632 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 9- July 3, 1922. – Personal from Guy Weadick.
M-1543-633 Correspondence, A-B letters. – July 1- November 21, 1922. – With J. Albert Burgess regarding Alberta Flour Mills Co. Ltd.; Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-634 Correspondence, C letters. – July 1- November 21, 1922. – . Notation regarding A.E. Cross patronage of Calgary Swimming Club; booklet summary of rules, executive, etcetera of Calgary Swimming Club.
M-1543-635 Correspondence, D-M letters. – July 1- November 21, 1922. – Booklet on Brewing Industry in Canada by Col. H. Molson.
M-1543-636 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – July 1- November 21, 1922. – From S.E. Oliver regarding Mexico and trade with Canada; from Guy Weadick regarding small Stampede Weadick’s ranch.
M-1543-637 Correspondence, A-B letters. – November 21, 1922-February 28, 1923. – Christmas card with photo from J.W. Allan, Winnipeg.
M-1543-638 Correspondence, C letters. – November 21, 1922-February 28, 1923. – To W.E. Cochrane, Scotland.
M-1543-639 Correspondence, D-P letters. – November 21, 1922-February 28, 1923. – General.
M-1543-640 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – November 21, 1922-February 28, 1923. – Letter and plans from F. Todd, landscape architect, for subdivision of property above Cedar Avenue.
M-1543-641 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 1- May 31, 1923. – General
M-1543-642 Correspondence, C-L letters. – March 1- May 31, 1923. – Advertisement poster for Chevrolet Motor Co.; financial reports for Golden West Brewing Co. Ltd., Calgary.
M-1543-643 Correspondence, M-P letters. – March 1- May 31, 1923. – Medical examination report on A.E. Cross; Orange Crush newspaper advertisement.
M-1543-644 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – March 1- May 31, 1923. – Poster advertising Rolls Royce.
M-1543-645 Correspondence, A-B letters. – June 1- September 17, 1923. – Memo on irrigation; edition of The London Grain, Seed and Oil Reporter; crop reports.
M-1543-646 Correspondence, C-F letters. – June 1- September 17, 1923. – Calgary Automobile Club letter regarding opening of Banff-Windermere Road; from Guy Weadick, Stampede manager, regarding Stampede.
M-1543-647 Correspondence, G-P letters. – June 1- September 17, 1923. – General.
M-1543-648 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – June 1- September 17, 1923. – General.
M-1543-649 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Poster advertising Hotel Virginia, Long Beach, California with floor plan, prices; crop reports.
M-1543-650 Correspondence, C-E letters. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – With Frank J. Clarke regarding defeat of prohibition.
M-1543-651 Correspondence, F-P letters. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Catalogue for Christmas books for children; certificate from North-West Commercial Travellers’ Association regarding Cross’ honorary membership.
M-1543-652 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Booklet of by-laws of Royal Trust Co.; tax notices from City.
M-1543-653 Correspondence, A-B letters. – February 11-March 27, 1924. – Post card from R.R. Bruce of Gibraltar; booklet issued by Bank of Montreal on foreign exchange charts.
M-1543-654 Correspondence, C-D letters. – February 11-March 27, 1924. – Personal from Jim Cross; pamphlet from Charing Hospital, London; annual report of Calgary Board of Trade.
M-1543-655 Correspondence, E-P letters. – February 11- March 27, 1924. – General.
M-1543-656 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – February 11- March 27, 1924. – From Guy Weadick.
M-1543-657 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 27- July 11, 1924. – Bank of Montreal crop report.
M-1543-658 Correspondence, C-E letters. – March 27- July 11, 1924. – From E.L. Richardson regarding arrangements for Stampede; circular from Canadian Forestry Association regarding tree planting campaign; to A.H. Eckford regarding brewery situation.
M-1543-659 Correspondence, F-M letters. – March 27- July 11, 1924. – Clipping from Financial Post regarding better business in Calgary; report of Golden West Breweries; membership card for Hillhurst Amateur Athletic Association.
M-1543-660 Correspondence, N-R letters. – March 27- July 11, 1924. – Statistics and charts regarding grain shipments from Vancouver.
M-1543-661 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – March 27- July 11, 1924. – From R.N.W.M.P. Veterans’ Association regarding program of historical pageant and stampede; from Charles Stewart regarding buffalo carcasses for Stampede barbecue; personal with Guy Weadick.
M-1543-662 Correspondence, A-B letters. – July 12- December 30, 1924. – From Canon Alexander regarding construction of Anglican Church near Pekisko; quotation from Calgary Herald regarding Spillers Milling of England purchase of assets of Alberta Flour Mills to Spillers Milling Co.; Board of Trade song sheet of C.N.R. promotion in Calgary.
M-1543-663 Correspondence, C letters. – July 12- December 30, 1924. – Reports of Calgary Polo Club; annual report of C.P.R.; report on outstanding events in Calgary General Hospital; pamphlet regarding phosphate and its occurrence; to J. Barnes, General Hospital regarding historical sketch of same.
M-1543-664 Correspondence, C-G letters. – July 12- December 30, 1924. – From President, Calgary Historical Society regarding visit of Mr. Lawrence J. Burpee, President of Canadian Historical Association.
M-1543-665 Correspondence, H-P letters. – July 12- December 30, 1924. – General.
M-1543-666 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – July 12- December 30, 1924. – From Guy Weadick; newspaper article ” North of the International Boundary Line”.
M-1543-667 Correspondence, A-C letters. – December 30, 1924-April 16, 1925. – From Washington regarding status of German Commercial Treaty negotiated by Secretary Hughes; to Cross in St. John regarding Calgary situation, brewery, etcetera; advertising letter from E.L. Richardson regarding promotion of 1925 Stampede.
M-1543-668 Correspondence, C-F letters. – December 30, 1924-April 16, 1925. – Pamphlet regarding Fiat money and Government banking; from E.L. Richardson regarding goals of 1925 Stampede plus suggested historical pageant; blue print and article by Wm. Pearce, Department of Natural Resources, C.P.R. showing position and history of parks in Rocky Mountains; letter and photo regarding land south of Brooks from A.S. Dawson; to A.H. Eckford regarding Calgary situation.
M-1543-669 Correspondence, G-Mc letters. – December 30, 1924-April 16, 1925. – From W.W. Cory, Deputy Minister of the Interior regarding killing of mountain lions; interpretation of terms employed in Prairie Thoroughbred Breeders and Racing Association rules of racing.
M-1543-670 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – December 30, 1924-April 16, 1925. – Letter draft sent by Wm. Pearce regarding consumption of mill offals in Alberta; with Mr. Killam, Royal Securities Corporation regarding government ownership of hydro electric rights at Spray Lakes; to Chas. Russell thanking him for painting; from Guy Weadick, San Jose, California, regarding contract and arrangements for 1925 Stampede.
M-1543-671 Correspondence, A-C letters. – April 17- June 12, 1925. – Copy of agreement between Spillers Milling and Alberta Flour Mills Ltd., letters and blueprints from William Pearce regarding closing of roads in section 6, township 20, range 2- W5 and showing scene of operation of Royalite Co. on that site; from E.L. Richardson regarding visit of John Clay, President of the International Live Stock Show in Chicago to Stampede.
M-1543-672 Correspondence, C-F letters. – April 17- June 12, 1925. – Announcement of Booster Day to promote Exhibition; report on 1924 tree planting campaign of Canadian Forestry Association; Board of Trade annual report.
M-1543-673 Correspondence, G-N letters. – April 17- June 12, 1925. – With Acting Premier George Hoadley regarding development of Spray Lakes; clipping regarding Whalen Pulp and Paper Co. ; financial statement for the National Hotel, Stettler.
M-1543-674 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – April 17- June 12, 1925. – Blueprint of Royalite wells in Turner Valley region; from American Consular Service regarding breweries in Alberta; Royalite Oil Co. Ltd. annual report; clipping from Financial Post regarding Whalen Pulp and Paper Mills, Ltd.
M-1543-675 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 12- September 21, 1925. – Circular from Alberta Conservative Association regarding convention to elect provincial leader; crop report.
M-1543-676 Correspondence, C-F letters. – June 12- September 21, 1925. – To mayor from Calgary Power Co. official regarding proposed rates for supplying power to city from Spray Lakes; tentative plan for Jubilee Historical Pageant; information regarding Eagle Unit Gold Mining Syndicate; from Edmonton Exhibition Association regarding chuckwagon race for Edmonton Stampede.
M-1543-677 Correspondence, H-M letters. – June 12- September 21, 1925. – General.
M-1543-678 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 12- September 21, 1925. – Progress report by Guy Weadick on Jubilee Stampede.
M-1543-679 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 21-December 24, 1925. – Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-680 Correspondence, C-G letters. – September 21-December 24, 1925. – From Canadian National Parks Commission, J. B. Harken regarding protection of migratory birds.
M-1543-681 Correspondence, G-P letters. – September 21-December 24, 1925. – With Norman Luxton, Banff, regarding transactions of King Edward Hotel.
M-1543-682 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – September 21-December 24, 1925. – Blueprints of the Monteith Farm property in Verdun, Manitoba.
M-1543-683 Correspondence, A-B letters. – December 24, 1925-March 1926. – General.
M-1543-684 Correspondence, C letters. – December 24, 1925-March 1926. – Brochure advertising Stampede; monthly reports of Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co.
M-1543-685 Correspondence, D-M letters. – December 24, 1925-March 1926. – Blueprints regarding proposed subdivision of west end of Monteith Farm, Montreal; report prepared by Royal Trust Co. on property of estate of late Alexander Cross.
M-1543-686 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – December 24, 1925-March 1926. – General.
M-1543-687 Correspondence, A-B letters. – March-July 15, 1926. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; with E. W. Beatty, chairman and president of C.P.R. regarding railway to serve Burns and Ford coal properties near Sheep Creek.
M-1543-688 Correspondence, C-D letters. – March-July 15, 1926. – General.
M-1543-689 Correspondence, F-N letters. – March-July 15, 1926. – Little’s catalogue, Nanton, giving grocery prices.
M-1543-690 Correspondence, O-R letters. – March-July 15, 1926. – Regarding raising of retirement fund for Bishop Pinkham.
M-1543-691 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – March-July, 1926. – Oil refinery pictures in Casper, Wyoming.
M-1543- 692 Correspondence, A-B letters. – July 16- October 31, 1926. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; article regarding Wm. Sifton’s divorced wife.
M-1543-693 Correspondence, C-G letters. – July 16- October 31, 1926. – General.
M-1543-694 Correspondence, H-R letters. – July 16- October 31, 1926. – From C.W. McMillan regarding Alberta Hotel, Vegreville; to Mrs. Chas. Russell offering sympathy for her husband’s death.
M-1543-695 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – July 16- October 31, 1926. – Blueprint of Monteith Farm subdivision; Spillers Canadian Milling Co. Ltd. balance sheet.
M-1543-696 Correspondence, A-C letters. – November 1-December 31, 1926. – Bank of Montreal crop report; with D. Alberta Burgess regarding Burns and Ford coal properties at High River and Sheep Creek; report of D.C. Betts regarding various hotels in Alberta; statement of Premier Ferguson of Ontario regarding liquor policy.
M-1543-697 Correspondence, C-K letters. – November 1-December 31, 1926. – From Chas. Stewart regarding licensing to develop Spray Lakes.
M-1543-698 Correspondence, M-R letters. – November 1-December 31, 1926. – Post card of Nurses Home Hospital, Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
M-1543-699 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – November 1-December 31, 1926. – From S. K. Pearce explaining relationship between the land purchased from Wm. Pearce by Alberta Flour Mills; Western Stock Growers’ Association financial statements.
M-1543-700 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 1- March 25, 1927. – Pamphlet regarding “The Investment Trust”; personal from Jim Cross.
M-1543-701 Correspondence, C letters. – January 1- March 25, 1927. – From E.L Richardson regarding dinner to honour P. Burns; private from Edmonton agency regarding ladies’ beer rooms; inventory of household furniture and effects of Victoria home property of Mrs. A .E. Cross.
M-1543-702 Correspondence, D-P letters. – January 1- March 25, 1927. – General.
M-1543-703 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – January 1- March 25, 1927. – Poem “The Lay of the Last Minstrel” regarding Ranchmen’s Club; article regarding Alberta Flour Mills; letter from Guy Weadick regarding photo of Cross’ daughter, Mary as Queen of Banff Winter Carnival.
M-1543-704 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 26- June 13, 1927. – British Columbia Pulp and Paper Co. Ltd. first annual report to shareholders.
M-1543-705 Correspondence, C-D letters. – March 26- June 13, 1927. – Memo regarding the liquidation of Calgary Petroleum Products, Ltd.; memo regarding progression and closing out of Calgary Natural Gas Co. Ltd.; regarding property of estate of late Hon. Alexander Cross in Montreal.
M-1543-706 Correspondence, F-N letters. – March 26- June 13, 1927. – Evaluation of Empire Hotel, Calgary by B. Metcalfe.
M-1543-707 Correspondence, O-R letters. – March 26- June 13, 1927. – General including information regarding shares.
M-1543-708 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – March 26- June 13, 1927. – Booklet containing list of lands belonging to trust estates; memo and blueprint descriptive of Crane Lake Ranch; request for donations to furnish Bishop Sherman’s office; circular from E.L. Richardson regarding promotion of Stampede; personal and regarding Peter Welsh from Guy Weadick; clipping regarding Welsh and Alberta Stampede Co.
M-1543-709 Correspondence, A-C letters. – June 14- September 10, 1927. – From Appleby School regarding bonds; with J.A. Burgess; minutes of meetings of board of directors of Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co.
M-1543-710 Correspondence, C letters. – June 14- September 10, 1927. – Minutes of general meeting of Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co.; invitation to directors of Calgary Exhibition and Stampede to visit P. Pallesen’s farm; circular from Canadian Club of Calgary regarding celebrations of Diamond Jubilee of Confederation; from E.L. Richardson with summary of Novelty Review to be presented at Exhibition.
M-1543-711 Correspondence, D-M letters. – June 14, September 10, 1927. – General; to A.H. Eckford; etcetera.
M-1543-712 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 14- September 10, 1927. – General.
M-1543-713 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 12-November 30, 1927. – Prospectus of the Anglo-Canadian Development Co. Ltd.; copies of letters sent by J.A. Burgess regarding the Pacific Coast Coal Co. to P. Burns and R.B. Bennett; copy of proposal from Mssrs. White, Weld and Co. to Mr. Burns for purchase of his properties in the Highwood; annual report of Calgary Exhibition and Stampede for 1927.
M-1543-714 Correspondence , C-L letters. – September 12-November 30, 1927. – Letter by John Haas of Washington in Washington Post, regarding dislike of Americans.
M-1543-715 Correspondence, M-R letters. – September 12-November 30, 1927. – General regarding investments.
M-1543-716 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September 12-November 30, 1927. – General.
M-1543-717 Correspondence, A-C letters. – December 1, 1927-January 31, 1928. – Personal with Hon. Randolph Bruce, Lieutenant Governor of B.C.; personal from R.B. Bennett, leader of the Opposition; personal with son, Jim in Montreal; from E.L. Richardson regarding donation of prizes at summer fair for corn.
M-1543-718 Correspondence, C-G letters. – December 1, 1927-January 31, 1928. – Minutes of meetings of Board of Directors of Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co.; to A. H. Eckford regarding his shares in brewery.
M-1543-719 Correspondence, H-P letters. – December 1, 1927-January 31, 1928. – Circular from Kiwanis Club regarding committees; with D.J. Munn, Westmount, Que. , regarding mineral claims.
M-1543-720 Correspondence, Q-R letters. – December 1,1927-January 31, 1928. – Outline of Edmonton condition by D. Reidfon; from Charles M. Russell Memorial Committee thanking Cross for contributions.
M-1543-721 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – December 1, 1927-January 31, 1928. – From Guy Weadick regarding visit of G.H. Cross and family from Montana to Calgary.
M-1543-722 Correspondence, A-C letters. – February 1- April 16, 1928. – Annual report of Calgary Board of Trade; clippings from Calgary Herald regarding fish and game department in Alberta; with Alberta Liquor Control Board regarding license for Jasper Hotel.
M-1543-723 Correspondence, C-J letters. – February 1- April 16, 1928. – Pamphlet showing plans of proposed home of Canadian Club of New York; report by International Association of Fairs and Expositions’ Pres., E. L. Richardson; from E. L Richardson regarding application to City Council for funds for addition to grandstand and cattle pavilion.
M-1543-724 Correspondence, K-P letters. – February 1- April 16, 1928. – Pamphlet containing two editorials from Montreal Star, regarding desire of Easterners for more immigrants from East.
M-1543-725 Correspondence, Q-R letters. – February 1- April 16, 1928. – From E. L. Richardson regarding meeting of directors of Stampede and guest Governor-General; from Montana Chamber of Commerce regarding Charles Russell art exhibit; clipping giving depth of Turner Valley wells.
M-1543-726 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – February 1- April 16, 1928. – With S. K. Pearce regarding Spillers Canadian Milling Co.; with Guy Weadick regarding visit of Governor General Willingdon to chuckwagon dinner.
M-1543-727 Correspondence, A-C letters. – April 17- June 4, 1928. – General.
M-1543-728 Correspondence, C-F letters. – April 17- June 4, 1928. – General.
M-1543-729 Correspondence, H-P letters. – April 17- June 4, 1928. – From Guy Weadick regarding chuckwagon dinner.
M-1543-730 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – April 17- June 4, 1928. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding estates and investments.
M-1543-731 Correspondence, A-B letters. – June 5-July 31, 1928. – From Stampede board regarding arrangements for Stampede.
M-1543-732 Correspondence, C-M letters. – June 5-July 31, 1928. -Minutes of meeting of United Resources Development Co. Ltd.; memo of agreement between A.E. Cross and United Resources Development Co. Ltd.; with F.A. macnaghten.
M-1543-733 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 5-July 31, 1928. – From Royal Trust Co. regarding estates of late Alexander Cross, late W.R. Hull; clipping from Calgary Herald, June 2, showing bulls sold and prices; from E.L. Richardson regarding purse of gold for Colonel Walker.
M-1543-734 Correspondence, A-L letters. – July 31- September 10, 1928. – With Okanagan Valley Board of Trade regarding protection for fruit and vegetable growers.
M-1543-735 Correspondence, M-R letters. – July 31- September 10, 1928. – General.
M-1543-736 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – July 31- September 10, 1928. – To Frank Ward, Douglas Lake Cattle Co., Nicola, B.C. regarding committee to deal with ranching industry in Western Canada.
M-1543-737 Correspondence, A-C letters. – September 10-November 17, 1928. – From R.B. Bennett regarding dumping of American fruit and vegetables on Canadian market; annual report of Calgary Exhibition and Stampede; circular from chairman, Calgary Public Museum; circular from E.L. Richardson regarding attendance at Canadian National Exhibition and Minnesota State Fair.
M-1543-738 Correspondence, D-M letters. – September 10-November 17, 1928. – To Col. J. S. Dennis regarding moving picture venture entered into by Pat Burns, John I. McFarland and A. E. Cross; correspondence with A. H. Eckford; report on property consisting of mining claims owned by Mssrs. P. Burns, A. E. Cross, W. S. Herron and Associates; from N. K. Luxton regarding Brewster Transport Co. ; livery concession at King Edward Hotel; Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-739 Correspondence, Mc-R letters. – September 10-November 17, 1928. – General.
M-1543-740 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September 10-November 17, 1928. – General.
M-1543-741 Correspondence, A-K letters. – November 17-December 31, 1928. – From J. H. Woods regarding development of summer resort near Ghost River; congratulations from Neal Hart of Hollywood regarding film “His Destiny”.
M-1543-742 Correspondence, L-R letters. – November 17-December 31, 1928. – From Neal Hart of Hollywood regarding financing of cameraman on expedition to North to film picture.
M-1543-743 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – November 17-December 31, 1928. – Interim report on properties of Associated Mining and Milling Co. Ltd. and United Lode Mining Co. Ltd. at Ginol and Sanca on Kootenay Lake; field notes on Sanca Mines properties.
M-1543-744 Correspondence, A-C letters. – January 1- February 25, 1929. – From Edgar Bowker regarding liquor legislation; regarding negotiations of Burns coal business; Board of Trade annual report.
M-1543-745 Correspondence, C-L letters. – January 1- February 25, 1929. – Geological report on oil leases on the Mill Creek anticline; from Neal Hart regarding picture “His Destiny”.
M-1543-746 Correspondence, M-R letters. – January 1- February 25, 1929. – Royal Trust Co. regarding estate of late Alexander Cross.
M-1543-747 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – January 1- February 25, 1929. – General.
M-1543-748 Correspondence, A-C letters. – February 26-April 1, 1929. – To Hon. J E. Brownlee regarding proposed introduction of bill to restrict working hours to 8 hours; regarding Imprimatur ticket issuing machine.
M-1543-749 Correspondence, D-M letters. – February 26,-April 1, 1929. – General.
M-1543-750 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – February 26- April 1, 1929. – General.
M-1543-751 Correspondence, A-C letters. – April 1-May 31, 1929. – From Jim Cross to father regarding brewery and ranch situation.
M-1543-752 Correspondence, D-L letters. – April 1-May 31, 1929. – From Archibald Key, editor of Drumheller Mail, regarding combating prohibition propaganda; from Peter Larkin, High Commissioner, regarding proposed duties U.S. planned to place on agricultural products and cattle; clipping of article regarding short supply of beef in Britain.
M-1543-753 Correspondence, M-R letters. – April 2-May 31, 1929. – Clipping regarding proposed changes in U.S. cattle duty affecting Canada.
M-1543-754 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – April 2-May 31, 1929. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding dividends on investments, property, etc.
M-1543-755 Correspondence, A-D letters. – June 1-July 12, 1929. – From E.L. Richardson giving list of judges for 1929 Stampede.
M-1543-756 Correspondence, E-P letters. – June 1- July 12, 1929. – Memo complaining of treatment of C.P.R. passengers at station in directing them to King Edward Hotel; circular regarding proposed commercial club.
M-1543-757 Correspondence, Q-R letters. – June 1-July 12, 1929. – Circular regarding Bishop Pinkham Memorial; circular regarding Father Lacombe Memorial.
M-1543-758 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – June 1-July 12, 1929. – To Guy Weadick regarding dinner for Old Time Ranchmen hosted by C.P.R.
M-1543-759 Correspondence, A-G letters. – July 12- August 31, 1929. – Personal with A. H. Eckford.
M-1543-760 Correspondence, H-R letters. – July 12- August 31, 1929. – From L.S. Mackid to Mr. M.c. Bernard, President of Ranchmen’s Club regarding proposal to put original formation of club on permanent basis; regarding organization of Renfrew Club.
M-1543-761 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – July 12- August 31, 1929. – From Walter Skrine regarding purchase of some brewery shares of Bill Cochrane estate.
M-1543-762 Correspondence, A-G letters. – July 12- August 31, 1929. – List of hotels which had licenses suspended or cancelled in 1929.
M-1543-763 Correspondence, H-M letters. – August 31- October 22, 1929. – Booklet on The Opportunity for the Development of Prodorite in Canada; Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-764 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – August 31- October 22, 1929. – General.
M-1543-765 Correspondence, A-C letters. – October 22- December 31, 1929. – Alberta Hotel Association reports including President’s report; copy of Commissioner’s speech to members; short report of the interview of Mr. Traunweiser with Premier; Calgary Board of Trade copy of proposed new waterworks scheme for City of Calgary.
M-1543-766 Correspondence, D-M letters. – October 22- December 31, 1929. – From John Haas with clipping regarding crime and prohibition; remarks by Cross about prohibition to John Haas; to Montreal Star regarding western people.
M-1543-767 Correspondence, Mc-R letters. – October 22-December 31, 1929. – Regarding shares, etcetera.
M-1543-768 Correspondence, S-Z letters. – October 22- December 31, 1929. – Circulars of technical topics published by Financial Service Ltd.
M-1543-769 Correspondence, A-G letters. – January 1- January 31, 1930. – From Edgar Bowker regarding Liquor Act; Chinook Jockey Club financial reports.
M-1543-770 Correspondence, H-R letters. – January 1- January 31, 1930. – General.
M-1543-771 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – January 1- January 31, 1930. – General.
M-1543-772 Correspondence, A-E letters. – February 1- March 5, 1930. – General.
M-1543-773 Correspondence, F-N letters. – February 1- March 5, 1930. – Blueprint of Zinc Mountain Mining Company’s mineral claims.
M-1543-774 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – February 1- March 5, 1930. – From Edgar Bowker regarding liquor laws and prohibition.
M-1543-775 Correspondence, A-C letters. – March 6- April 5, 1930. – Board of Trade annual report.
M-1543-776 Correspondence, D-Mc letters. – March 6- April 5, 1930. – General.
M-1543-777 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – March 6- April 5, 1930. – Agreement for sale of land between Alfred Ernest Cross and Catherine McSorley; Renfrew Club house rules; clipping from Dundee Advertiser regarding cattle spring sales and prices; electrical engineers report for brewery.
M-1543-778 Correspondence, A-D letters. – April 7-May 15, 1930. – Booklet on Prodorite; general.
M-1543-779 Correspondence, E-R letters. – April 7-May 15, 1930. – Drawing of William Street property belonging to estate of Alexander Cross.
M-1543-780 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – April 6-May 15, 1930. – Geological report by John A. Allen regarding Sanca Camp; with Guy Weadick plus brochure on Stampede.
M-1543-781 Correspondence, A-E letters. – May 16-July 10, 1930. – Circular from Calgary Fish and Game Association regarding stocking streams with fish; personal with brother, Harry, in Wyoming.
M-1543-782 Correspondence, F-R letters. – May 16-July 10, 1930. – Letter from A.D. McRae, Chief Conservative Whip regarding women campaigning in upcoming election.
M-1543-783 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – May 16-July 10, 1930. – From Southern Alberta Pioneers’ and Old Timers Association regarding Stampede parade; copy of letter sent to Commissioner Denning by Directors of Hotel Association regarding curtailment of hours.
M-1543-784 Correspondence, A-C letters. – July 11- September 11, 1930. – From R.B. Bennett, leader of the Conservative Party regarding Conservative policies; from E.L. Richardson with clipping from Boston Evening Transcript by Mr. Wilson boosting Calgary Stampede.
M-1543-785 Correspondence, D-M letters. – July 11- September 11, 1930. – General.
M-1543-786 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – July 11- September 11, 1930. – Report on Crystal Brewing Co. at Regina.
M-1543-787 Correspondence, A-F letters. – September 12-October 17, 1930. – Copy of Tariff Resolutions.
M-1543-788 Correspondence, G-P letters. – September 12-October 17, 1930. – Pamphlet on The Veterans of R.N.W.M.P.
M-1543-789 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – September 12-October 17, 1930. – General.
M-1543-790 Correspondence, A-J letters. – October 18- November 11, 1930. – General.
M-1543-791 Correspondence, K-R letters. – October 18- November 11, 1930. – Clippings from Financial Post giving balance sheets of Calgary Brewing and Malting Co.
M-1543-792 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – October 18- November 11, 1930. – General.
M-1543-793 Correspondence, A-D letters. – November 12-December 31, 1930. – General.
M-1543-794 Correspondence, E-N letters. – November 12-December 31, 1930. – With A. H. Eckford.
M-1543-795 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – November 12-December 31, 1930. – General.
M-1543-796 Correspondence, A-G letters.– January 2- 31, 1931. – Report to stockholders of Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation.
M-1543-797 Correspondence, H-P letters. – January 2- 31, 1931. – General.
M-1543-798 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – January 2- 31, 1931. – Minutes and memoranda of committee of Veterans’ Association of N.W.M.P. with A.B. Urmston, Chicago.
M-1543-799 Kiwanis Club Roster, 1930.
M-1543-800 Correspondence, A-G letters. – February 2- 28, 1931. – With C.W. Buchanan regarding purchase of sections of Walrond Ranch; statutory declaration regarding disposition of Calgary Brewing and Malting Co. shares; financial reports of Western Breweries Ltd.; Group Industries booklet.
M-1543-801 Correspondence, H-Z letters. – February 2- 28, 1931. – General.
M-1543-802 Correspondence, A-F letters. – March 2- April 11, 1931. – General.
M-1543-803 Correspondence, G-R letters. – March 2- April 11, 1931. – General.
M-1543-804 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – March 2- April 11, 1931. – Report and accounts regarding campaign conducted by Mssrs. Kernahan and Proby up to March 14, 1931; regarding standing of memorial fund as at same date.
M-1543-805 Correspondence, A-D letters. – April 13-30, 1931. – From J.A. Burgess regarding Burns coal property.
M-1543-806 Correspondence, E-P letters. – April 13-30, 1931. – General.
M-1543-807 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – April 13-30, 1931. – General regarding donations; shares, etc.
M-1543-808 Correspondence, A-C letters. – May 1-June 24, 1931. – To R.B Bennett regarding serious unemployment situation.
M-1543-809 Correspondence, D-P letters. – May 1-June 24, 1931. – Copy of letter from W.C. Proby to K.C. Kehoe regarding educational mail campaign for Alberta Association.
M-1543-810 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – May 1-June 24, 1931. – Clipping regarding profits of Western Brewing Company.
M-1543-811 Correspondence, A-G letters. – June 24- September 16, 1931. – From J.A. Burgess regarding Burns coal venture.
M-1543-812 Correspondence, H-R letters. – June 24- September 16, 1931. – From W.C. Proby regarding R N.W.M.P. memorial fund.
M-1543-813 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – June 24- September 16, 1931. – Copy of The Prohibitionest Party Theory, by W.C. Proby; etcetera.
M-1543-814 Correspondence, A-G letters. – September 17-November 14, 1931. – Calgary Exhibition and Stampede annual report, 1931; copy of letter sent to Sen. Riley from A. Wager regarding American cattle markets.
M-1543- 815 Correspondence, H-R letters. – September 17-November 14, 1931. – Annual report of International Power Co.
M-1543-816 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September 17-November 14, 1931. – List of members of Union Club of British Columbia, 1931.
M-1543-817 Correspondence, A-F letters. – November 16-December 31, 1931. – With J.A. Burgess regarding Burns Sheep Creek Coal Mines; bulletin for building superintendents regarding cleaning and preservation of painted surfaces and floors; to Hon. Justice Duff regarding amalgamation of two railways.
M-1543-818 Correspondence, G-P letters. – November 16-December 31, 1931. – Personal to E.J.F. Hills, England.
M-1543-819 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – November 16-December 31, 1931. – From Clifford White, president of the Ski Club of the Canadian Rockies regarding aims and objects of Co.
M-1543-820 Correspondence, A-M letters. – January 2- February 29, 1932. – General.
M-1543-821 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – January 2- February 29, 1932. – General.
M-1543-822 Correspondence, A-M letters. – March 1- May 31, 1932. – Sympathy notes to J.B. Cross on death of A.E. Cross; Board of Trade annual report; from A. H. Eckford.
M-1543-823 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – March 1- May 31, 1932. – Regarding estate of late A.E. Cross and Royal Trust Co. business and accounts.
M-1543-824 Correspondence, A-M letters. – June 1- September 15, 1932. – General.
M-1543-825 Correspondence, N-Z letters. – June 1- September 15, 1932. – Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.
M-1543-826 Correspondence, A-H letters. – September 16-December 31, 1932. – General.
M-1543-827 Correspondence, I-R letters. – September 16-December 31, 1932. – Royal Trust Co. regarding land leases and accounts.
M-1543-828 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September 16-December 31, 1932. – General.


Series 15


Brewing and ranching – J. B. Cross correspondence. – l933-1937. – Series consists of business and personal correspondence conducted by J.B. Cross from his offices at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company, after he took over as president of the company. – Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, within the chronological order.

M-1543-829 Correspondence, A-L letters. – January 3- April 11, 1933. – Proceedings of 14th Annual Meeting, Canadian National Safety League; from N.K. Luxton regarding Banff Winter Festival.
M-1543-830 Correspondence, M-R letters. – January 3- April 11, 1933. – Regarding Royal Trust Co. business and accounts.
M-1543-831 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – January 3- April 11, 1933. – From Samuel Reat, American Consular Service, Calgary, congratulating Jim on his appointment as director of Calgary Stampede.
M-1543-832 Correspondence, A-L letters. – April 12- July 18, 1933. – Personal from Helen Cross; donation to Calgary Public Museum; invitation to hear Lieut. Col. George A. Drew speak.
M-1543-833 Correspondence, M-R letters. – April 12- July 18, 1933. – Invitation from Native Sons Branch of Southern Alberta Pioneer and Old Timers Association to attend picnic at P. Burns Bow Valley Ranch.
M-1543-834 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – April 12-July 18, 1933. – Personal; Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts; letter by J.B. Cross to shareholders of Brewery regarding Brewery situation; circular regarding business outlook in Western Canada.
M-1543-835 Correspondence, A-N letters. – July 20- October 31, 1933. – Address given by the Hon. Vincent Massey at 23rd annual meeting of Boy Scouts; copy of dissolution of Calgary Grain Exchange; personal.
M-1543-836 Correspondence, O-Z letters. – July 20- October 31, 1933. – Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts; certificate of military qualification from Royal Military College of Canada to A.R. Cross; refrigerator for brewery.
M-1543-837 Correspondence, A-P letters. – November 2-December 31, 1933. – Copy of letter sent to H.D. Scully, Commissioner of the Excise by W.T. Kernahan of Dominion Brewers’ Association regarding high taxes on breweries; personal; from Calgary Zoological Society regarding moving of Calgary’s first house.
M-1543-838 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – November 2-December 31, 1933. – With Royal Trust Co.
M-1543-839 Correspondence, A-J letters. – January 2- May 7, 1934. – Copy of Bill to amend Government Liquor Control Act; memo from H. E. Pritchard regarding feeding, watering and resting of carloads of stock in transit.
M-1543-840 Correspondence, K-P letters. – January 2- May 7, 1934. – List of committees of club for Kiwanis Club.
M-1543-841 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – January 2- May 7, 1934. – With Royal Trust Co.
M-1543-842 Correspondence, A-P letters. – May 8- September 30, 1934. – Personal from brother, John; from Edna Kells regarding support of proposed book of early human history of Alberta.
M-1543-843 Correspondence, Q-Z letters. – May 8- September 30, 1934. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts and business; application for increased tariff protection for dressed and dyed rabbit skins admitted to Canada under tariffs other than the British Preferential Tariff.
M-1543-844 Correspondence, A-M letters. – October 1, 1934-February 10, 1935. – With C.W. Buchanan of Walrond Ranch regarding purchase of land from same; regarding silver cup to be presented by Prince of Wales at Calgary Stampede.
M-1543-845 Correspondence, N-R letters. – October 1, 1934-February 10, 1935. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.
M-1543-846 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – October 1, 1934-February 10, 1935. – With Royal Trust Co.
M-1543-847 Correspondence, A-P letters. – February 16- June 17, 1935. – Regarding insurance; circular regarding League for National Government; with D.A. MacInnes regarding Calgary power situation.
M-1543-848 Correspondence, Q-R letters. – February 16-June 17, 1935. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.
M-1543-849 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – February 16- June 17, 1935. – Accounts and business.
M-1543-850 Correspondence, A-M letters. – June 17- November 30, 1935. – Personal; circular soliciting support for Social Credit candidate; John Hugill with note on qualities of beer.’
M-1543-851 Correspondence, N-R letters. – June 17- November 30, 1935. – Memo regarding conversion of Dominion of Canada, Provincial and Municipal bonded indebtedness to lower interest rates; with Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.
M-1543-852 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – June 17- November 30, 1935. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts.
M-1543-853 Correspondence. – December, 1935-April, 1936. – Personal; letter written by Norman Dawes to Premier Aberhart regarding advantages of beer; circular regarding reduction of the duty on hops.
M-1543-854 Correspondence. – December, 1935-April, 1936. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.
M-1543-855 Correspondence. – December, 1935-April, 1936. – Royal Trust Co. business and accounts.
M-1543-856 Correspondence, A-M letters. – January – October, 1936. – Personal from Sandy and C.C. Casselman regarding ranch business; from Grant MacEwan, Professor of Animal Husbandry, University of Saskatchewan regarding Galloway bull.
M-1543-857 Correspondence, N-V letters. – January- October, 1936. – With Charles O. Robinson and Co., Livestock Commission, Chicago, regarding cattle prices; from E. L. Richardson regarding successful Stampede; copies of correspondence between E. L. Richardson and Alex Wale, Stavely, regarding Stampede parade.
M-1543-858 Correspondence, W-Z letters. – January- October, 1936. – Western Stock Growers’ Association brief prepared from speech by Mr. Arkell; circular regarding policies of Federal and Provincial Governments; circular containing resume of Western Stock Growers’ Association history, objectives, etcetera.
M-1543-859 Correspondence, A-G letters. – September- November, 1936. – Personal.
M-1543-860 Correspondence, H. – R letters. – September-November, 1936. – From Norman Macleod regarding Moderation League in Saskatchewan; letter inquiring into life of Charles Russell and owners of his paintings for catalogue.
M-1543-861 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – September- November, 1936. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts and business.
M-1543-862 Correspondence, A-J letters. – January 2- March 24, 1937. – Personal and family.
M-1543-863 Correspondence, K-R letters. – January 2- March 24, 1937. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding accounts.
M-1543-864 Correspondence, R-Z letters. – January 2- March 24, 1937. – With Royal Trust Co. regarding business and accounts.


Series 16


a7 Ranche – A.E. Cross’ records. – 1885-1927. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – The series consists of records pertaining to the homesteading, purchase, and lease of ranch lands (1886-1921); records related to the purchase, registration and branding of cattle (1893-1904, 1914-1927); and miscellaneous ranch accounts and wages (1898-1902, 1910-1912). Includes a letter book of the High River District Stock Association (1887-1888); the constitution and membership list for the Ranchmen’s Club (1906-1907); and reminiscences written by A.E. Cross in 1925 about the Cochrane Ranch and the 1887 round-up.

M-9190-49 Ranch land – 1886-1899. – Consists of records of the homesteading, purchase, and lease of lands. Includes correspondence regarding the diversion of water for irrigation.
M-9190-50 Ranch land. – 1900-1908. – Consists of records of land purchases, grazing leases, etc.
M-9190-51 Ranch land. – 1911-1921. – Consists of records of land purchases, grazing leases, etc.
M-9190-52 Ranch land – township maps. – nd. – Consists of maps which have been marked to show land of interest to A.E. Cross.
M-9190-53 Cattle acquisition. – 1893-1904
M-9190-54 Cattle acquisition. – 1914-1927. – Includes a crime report about stolen cattle.
M-9190-55 Miscellaneous ranch accounts. – 1898, 1901-1902
M-9190-56 Wages for ranch hands. – 1910-1912. – Consists of calculations of wages for John Armstrong, Charles Waddell, James Anderson, William Conn, F. Penn, C. Varney, W. Ferguson and F.W. Park.
M-9190-57 High River District Stock Association letter book. – November 1887-October 1888. – A.E. Cross was secretary-treasurer for the association. There is an index at the front of the volume.
M-8780-89 The Ranchmen’s Club constitutions. – 1891, 1930. – Ernest Cross was a founding members, and served as president of the club in 1906-1908 and 1911-1912
M-9190-58 The Ranchmen’ Club. – 1906-1907. – A.E. Cross was the president of the club at this time. Consists of a membership list and constitution.
M-9190-59 A.E.Cross’ memoirs. – 1923, 1925. – Consists of reminisces about the a7 Ranche (written from the Montreal General Hospital), the Cochrane Ranche and the 1887 cattle round up.
M-9219-12 Department of Interior grazing leases and land documents. – 1886. – Related to the a7 Ranche.
M-9219-13 Cattle acquisitions and sales. – 1885-1889, 1894
PB-939-6 A.E. Cross’ cattle at the Chicago Stock Yards. – [ca. 1920]. – 1 photograph

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M-9219-14 Max Inglis correspondence regarding cattle purchases. – 1889-1890
M-9219-15 Bank of Montreal statements. – 1888-1889
M-9219-16 North-Western Stock Association. – 1885-1887. – Consists of a handwritten copy of the minutes of the first meeting (1885); a brief to the Minister of the Interior (1886); and a financial statement (1887).
M-9219-17 Round-up finances. – 1884
M-9219-18 Round-up finances. – 1885
M-9219-19 Mosquito Creek Ranche accounts, including Pine Coulee winter camp. – 1885
M-9219-20 Round-up finances. – 1886. – Includes notebook recording the number of cattle rounded up for the Skrine, Lynch, Sheep Creek, Sullivan, Mount Head, Ings Brothers, North West Cattle Company, etc.
M-9219-21 Round-up finances. – 1888-1889
M-9219-22 Wages records for Archie McCallum, Mosquito Creek. – 1886-1890
M-9219-23 Invoices for A.E. Cross purchases, Montreal and Calgary. – 1885-1886
M-9219-24 Invoices for A.E. Cross purchases. – 1887-1890, 1893-1894
M-289-22 Invoices. – 1888-1891. – From Limoges and Company, High River; and Bank of Montreal.
M-289-23 Invoices. – 1892. – From Wendell Maclean, druggist; Bain and Hamilton, livery; Town of Calgary receipt for liquor licence; Alberta Hotel; Carson and Shore, saddlery; receipt from Canada North-West Land Company Ltd.
M-289-24 Invoices. – 1893. – From Hull Brothers and Company; W. G. Mackay, taxidermist; Pepper and Parslow, livery; W. H. Lee, carriage builders and general blacksmith; Calgary Tent Factory; lawyer’s fees.
M-289-25 Invoices. – 1894. – From Hudson’s Bay Company.
M-289-26 Invoices. – 1895. – From City of Calgary notice of assessment; High River Trading Company, regarding mortgages.
M-289-27 Invoices. – 1896-1914. – From The Calgary Gas and Waterworks Company Ltd., assessment notice; Calgary Hardware Company; Calgary Wine and Spirit Co.
M-289-28 Invoices. – 1925-1931. – From The Calgary Gas and Waterworks Company Ltd., assessment notice; Calgary Hardware Company; Calgary Wine and Spirit Co.
M-9219-25 Mosquito Creek post office. – 1886, 1889. – Consists of letters of establishment, and regarding postmaster vacancy.
M-9219-26 Map of Mounted Police stations in western Canada. – 1887. – Consists of a map which accompanied the NWMP annual report. Includes the original envelope in which it was mailed to A.E. Cross.
M-9219-27 Ranchmen’s Club annual report. – 1894
M-9219-28 Veterinary school notes and a7 Ranche horse records. – 1884-1893. – 1 volume. – Consists of Cross’ Montreal Veterinary School notes from March to October 1884 (pages 1-58); and later in the volume records of the horses on the a7 Ranche from 1886 to 1893, including work horses, saddle horses, horses sold, descriptions of horses, horses born, horses branded, breeding mares, etc.
M-9219-142 a7 Ranche record book. – 1886-1931. – 1 volume. – Consists of a cashbook from 1886 to 1894 (pages 1-33); records of cattle sold, traded, branded, shipped, etc. from 1886 to 1931 (pages 100-172); and wages for ranch hands from 1886 to 1893 (pages 50 to 91).
M-9219-29 Notebook. – 1886. – 1 volume. – Consists of records of Cross’ expenses, lists of things to pack for trip to West, accounts in Calgary, notes on the ranch and livestock, and a list of cooking utensils.
M-9219-30 a7 Ranche accounts book. – 1910-1913. – 1 volume. – Consists primarily of wages records for hired men.
M-9219-31 Cattle acquisitions and sales. – 1921-1924 and n.d.
M-9219-32 Miscellaneous ranch business and correspondence. – 1915, 1920-1927. – Includes an inventory of furnishings (November 16, 1922).
M-9219-33 a7 Ranche correspondence. – September 1923-June 1926. – Consists primarily of Cross’ letters to ranch managers Kenneth F. Riley and Archie Fraser.
M-9219-34 Livestock auction sales catalogues. – 1923-1929. – Consists of catalogues for sales in Calgary, and sales of shorthorns on the Earl of Minto’s ranch at Nanton and on J. Charles Yule’s ranch at Carstairs.
M-9219-35 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede programs. – 1912, 1923-1924
M-9219-36 Cheque stubs, primarily payments made to a7 Ranche hired hands. – 1922-1927, 1936-1937. – 4 volumes
M-9219-37 Mike J. Quinlan’s diary of weather and activities on the a7 Ranche. – 1926. – 1 volume
M-289-21 A 7 Ranch papers. – 1891-1921. – Includes circular letters from the Department of Interior regarding leases; statement of cattle; papers regarding homestead application; summary of building expenditures to 1914.


Series 17


a7 Ranche – J.B. Cross’ and J.M. Cross’ records. – 1927-1967, predominant 1932-1964. – The series consists of records of the a7 Ranche after the death of A.E. Cross in 1932. The ranch was co-owned by Jim Cross, Sandy Cross and John Cross from 1932 until the 1950s when John Cross became sole owner.

M-9219-38 Livestock inventories. – 1927-1941. – 1 volume. – Consists of inventories of cattle, hogs, horses, branding, etc. Note: the first few pages of the volume were used by someone as a diary in April 1913.
M-9219-39 Wages and accounts notebook. – 1932-1933. – 1 volume
M-9219-40 Caerleon Ranch, Nanton – livestock auction sale programs. – 1937, 1947
M-9219-41 Wages and accounts book. – 1935-1938, 1941. – 1 volume
M-9219-42 Wages and accounts book. – 1940-1946. – 1 volume
M-9219-43 Diary of ranch activities. – 1940-1947. – 1 volume
M-9129-44 Wages and accounts book. – 1941-1945. – 1 volume
M-9219-45 Wages and accounts book. – 1952-1955. – 1 volume
M-9129-46 Wages books. – March 1950-June 1956. – 6 volumes
M-9219-47 Wages books. – June 1956-November 1961 and June 1963-December 1964. – 5 volumes
M-9219-48 Inventory of calves and chickens. – 1938-1939
M-9219-49 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1949-1952
M-9219-50 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1953-1954
M-9219-51 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1955-1956
M-9219-52 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1957-1958
M-9219-53 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1959-1960
M-9219-54 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1961-1962
M-9219-55 Year end inventories of livestock, expenses, etc. – 1963
M-9219-56 Miscellaneous inventories, payroll sheets, etc. – 1965-1967
M-9219-57 Livestock inventory book. – 1952-1956, 1963-1966. – 1 volume. – Consists of inventories of animals butchered, died, shipped and moved.
M-9219-58 Brucellosis tests. – 1944-1964
M-9219-59 Brucellosis vaccination certificates. – 1944-1961. – For the a7 Ranche and Curtis Ranching Company.
M-9219-60 a7 Ranche land papers. – 1958-1964. – Includes maps.


Series 18


a7 Ranche – Alphabetical correspondence. – 1913-1942. – Series consists of extensive correspondence about the ranching business, conducted first by A.E. Cross, and after his death by his son, J.B. Cross. The files were kept in the offices at the Brewery. – Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent, with the chronological order.

M-1543-865 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – June 1913- October 1914. – To R.B. Bennett regarding leases; regarding purchase of Shorthorn stock; from Chicago Livestock Commissioners regarding cattle embargo because of foot and mouth disease, beef prices, and quotations from Chicago, Clay, Robinson and Co.
M-1543-866 Ranch correspondence, F-J. – June 1913- October 1914. – Regarding closure of U.S. market to Canadian cattle; Hudson’s Bay Co. grazing leases; from Dr. Hargrave, Chief Inspector regarding dipping of cattle; quarantine of cattle due to mange; renewal of leases; with Department of the Interior regarding diversion of water from dry timber and ranch creeks for irrigation purposes.
M-1543-867 Ranch correspondence, J-M. – June 1913- October 1914. – With Department of Interior regarding grazing permits and leases; diversion of water for irrigation; tax notices for local improvement district.
M-1543-868 Ranch correspondence, N-S. – June 1913- October 1914. – Purchase of Shorthorn and Hereford bulls by Chicago livestock commissioners for Cross.
M-1543-869 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – June 1913- October 1914. – Prices of bulls from J.G. Stuart, Livestock Order Buyer, Chicago; prices of cattle from Walters and Dunbar, Livestock Commission, Chicago.
M-1543-870 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – November 1914-December 9, 1915. – With Chas. Waddell, a7 Ranche regarding ranch business; to Wilfred Corlet regarding inspection of stock act; prices.
M-1543-871 Ranch correspondence, C-D. – November 1914-December 9, 1915. – Prices from Clay Robinson and Co., Cicago; circular from Calgary Colonization Co. on better farming; end of U.S. embargo on Canadian cattle; Clay-Robinson and C.P.R. claims.
M-1543-872 Ranch correspondence, F-J. – November 1914-December 9, 1915. – Embargo on horse purchased from States.
M-1543-873 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – November 1914-December 9, 1915. – Purchase of horses; between Mr. Herron and Wm. Pearce regarding petroleum rights.
M-1543-874 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – November 1914-December 9, 1915. – Suggestions regarding administration of dominion lands non-operable for farming purposes, from W.F. Stevens, Livestock Commissioner, Edmonton; order for black leg inoculations; educational tax assessment notices.
M-1543-875 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – December 9, 1915-December 10, 1916. – With Charles Waddell regarding ranch business; prices from Clay and Robinson of Chicago.
M-1543-876 Ranch correspondence, C-H. – December 9, 1915-December 10, 1916. – Prices from Clay and Robinson, Chicago; circular from Canadian National Livestock Records regarding breeding horses; extract from article in Literary Digest regarding farm-tractor subsidy in France.
M-1543-877 Ranch correspondence, I-Mc. – December 9, 1915-December 10, 1916. – Regarding grazing leases.
M-1543-878 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – December 9, 1915-December 10, 1916. – Information regarding bulls; pamphlet on seed grain; information regarding hide inspection.
M-1543-879 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – December 11, 1916-November 14, 1917. – With Chas. Waddell, a7 Ranche; prices from Chicago livestock commissioners.
M-1543-880 Ranch correspondence, C-E. – December 11, 1916-November 14, 1917. – Information from Clay and Robinson regarding American cattle market and prices; to Manager, Dominion Fish Hatchery regarding stocking Mosquito Creek with trout.
M-1543-881 Ranch correspondence, F-H. – December 11, 1916-November 14, 1917. – Regarding leases.
M-1543-882 Ranch correspondence, I-M. – December 11, 1916-November 14, 1917. – Regarding leases.
M-1543-883 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – December, 1916-November, 1917. – Information regarding vaccine for black leg; monthly bulletin of Western Stock Growers’ Association.
M-1543-884 Ranch correspondence, A-B. – November 15, 1917-October 21, 1918. – With Chas. Waddell of a7 Ranche; from E. L. Richardson regarding horse show.
M-1543-885 Ranch correspondence, C-G. – November 15, 1917-October 21, 1918. – To Hon. A. L. Sifton regarding enforcement of prohibition law; to Canadian National Livestock Records regarding importation of bulls; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner.
M-1543-886 Ranch correspondence, H-L. – November 15, 1917-October 21, 1918. – Regarding Hudson’s Bay Co. leases.
M-1543-887 Ranch correspondence, M-N. – November 15, 1917-October 21, 1918. – Tax notices.
M-1543-888 Ranch correspondence, O-Z. – November 15, 1917-October 21, 1918. – With Canada Food Board regarding export of cows; prices from Chicago; information regarding mange disease; Western Stock Growers’ Association bulletin.
M-1543-889 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – October 21, 1918-May 2, 1919. – With Chas. Waddell regarding ranch business; statement for the Wolf Bounty Fund; prices from Clay, Robinson and Co.
M-1543-890 Ranch correspondence, C-G. – October 21, 1918-May 2, 1919. – With Clay, Robinson and Co. regarding prices.
M-1543-891 Ranch correspondence, H-N. – October 21, 1918-May 2, 1919. – With Hudson’s Bay Co. regarding leases; to Shorthorn World Building regarding Shorthorns breeding.
M-1543-892 Ranch correspondence, O-Z. – October 21, 1918-May 2, 1919. – With Chas. Waddell regarding ranch business.
M-1543-893 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – May 2- October 8, 1919. – From Minister of Interior, Arthur Meighen regarding leasing of Indian Reserve; description of ranch and grazing lands of south east Kootenay district belonging to East Kootenay Lumber Co.; with Messrs. Clay and Robinson, Chicago regarding stock; prices.
M-1543-894 Ranch correspondence, C-G. – May 2- October 8, 1919. – Requests to buy hay; prices of cattle from Clay and Robinson of Chicago; circular from Calgary Livestock Exchange regarding meeting to discuss regulations on movement of cattle; to Twin Falls, Idaho regarding possibilities of buying hay and shipping cattle there to feed.
M-1543-895 Ranch correspondence, H-N. – May 2- October 8, 1919. – Purchase of hay from Indian reserve at Portage la Prairie; from Western Canada Stock-Growers’ Association to Hon. Arthur Meighen, Minister of Interior regarding expropriation of grazing leases; copy of agreement between A.E. Cross and B.B. Mills.
M-1543-896 Ranch correspondence, O-Z. – May 2- October 8, 1919. – Regarding expropriation of grazing leases; purchase of hay.
M-1543-897 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – October 9 , 1919-March 20, 1920. – Orders of linseed; with Clay, Robinson and Co. regarding sale of cattle; prices.
M-1543-898 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – October 9, 1919-March 20, 1920. – With Hudson’s Bay Co. regarding sale of property; with Department of Interior regarding grazing permits.
M-1543-899 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – October 9, 1919-March 20, 1920. – Copy of agreement between Thomas A.E. Lally and A.E. Cross; with Minister of Interior regarding leasing of school grazing lands; tax notices and assessments; with fellow cattlemen, e.g. E.L. Parson, regarding cattle situation.
M-1543-900 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – October 9, 1919-March 20, 1920. – Circular from Alberta Livestock Association regarding Spring Horse Show with roping and riding exhibition by Guy Weadick; circular regarding Annual Convention of U.F.A.; with Chas. Waddell of a7 Ranche regarding business.
M-1543-901 Ranch correspondence, A-B. – March 20- November 15, 1920. – Circular regarding prices, etc. at Lacombe Bull Sale; catalogue of auction sale of purebred bulls at Victoria Park; crop reports.
M-1543-902 Ranch correspondence, C-D. – March 20- November 15, 1920. – Prices from Clay and Robinson, Chicago; from the Cattlemen’s Protective Association regarding information on mange; to Hon. James A. Caulder, Minister of Immigration and Colonization regarding United States imposing 27 « % duty on cattle imported from Canada; circular from Department of Agriculture regarding feeding stuffs.
M-1543-903 Ranch correspondence, E-J. – March 20- November 15, 1920. – From Department of Agriculture regarding boundaries of mange area.
M-1543-904 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – March 20- November 15, 1920. – To Minister of the Interior regarding proposed American government levying of 27 « % on cattle imported from Canada; with rancher George Porter of Maycroft.
M-1543-905 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – March 20- November 15, 1920. – With D.L. Redman regarding purchase of school lands; from the Stock Growers’ Protective Association regarding lifting of mange quarantine; regarding Great War Veterans Association receipt in proceeds of Great Victory Stampede; prices from Chicago.
M1543/906 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – November 2, 1920-April 15, 1921. – Circular regarding visit of Governor General and Duchess of Devonshire to Spring Horse Show; order of black leg vaccine; prices from Clay and Robinson and Co. of Chicago.
M-1543-907 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – November 2, 1920-April 15, 1921. – Information regarding High River Municipal Hospital.
M-1543-908 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – November 2, 1920-April 15, 1921. – To Sir James Lougheed, Minister of the Interior regarding protective tariff put up by United States; assessment and tax notices for 1920; to Prime Minister Meighen regarding turning over natural resources to Provincial Government; cattle prices; circular regarding formation of Old Timers’ Association; clipping regarding farm colony for tubercular veterans at Calgary.
M-1543-909 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – November 2, 1920-April 15, 1921. – From W.A. Thompson to Ranchmen’s Club regarding Walrond Ranch; copy of letter from D.L. Redman to James Lougheed, Minister of Interior regarding leases of sections of forest reserve; with Charles Sinclair of a7 Ranche regarding ranch business; requests for renewal of grazing leases; memo from Lougheed, and Taylor Ltd. regarding school land sales; circular from Walters and Dunbar, Livestock Commission of Chicago regarding tariff on Canadian cattle.
M-1543-910 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; request to Winnipeg Flour Mills for rye; cattle prices from Clay and Robinson, Chicago; copy of letter from R.H. Campbell regarding summer grazing in forest reserves.
M-1543-911 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – Regarding grazing leases.
M-1543-912 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – From George Lane inviting Cross to dinner with Wayne Dinsmore, Chicago; to James Lougheed, Minister of Interior regarding grazing leases; copy of regulations regarding grazing lands in provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Peace River tract in B.C.; to D.L. Redman regarding leases for grazing on Dominion lands.
M-1543-913 Ranch correspondence, S. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – With Charles Sinclair of a7 Ranche; copy of statement regarding U.S.A. tariff on Canadian cattle; draft copy of request for amendments to grazing regulations; draft of arguments to be submitted to Board of Railway Commissioners by directors of the Stock Growers’ Protective Association regarding freight rates; information on community grazing.
M-1543-914 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – April 15- September 12, 1921. – Tax notices for 1921; personal from Guy Weadick.
M-1543-915 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – Circular of U.G.G. livestock commission department regarding shipment of cattle to Great Britain; Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-916 Ranch correspondence, C-G. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – Chart of actual cost of shipping cattle from Cowley and Cayley to Chicago; annual report of 1921 Calgary Exhibition; information regarding costs of shipping steers from Calgary to Liverpool; prices from Chicago livestock commissioners.
M-1543-917 Ranch correspondence, H-L. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – Regarding leases.
M-1543-918 Ranch correspondence, M-R. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – To C.A. Magrath, Chairman, Survey Board, Southern Alberta regarding grazing leases; assessment notices for 1921; from MacInnes, Vice-president of C.P.R. regarding Fordney tariff.
M-1543-919 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – September 13, 1921-March 8, 1922. – Newspaper clippings from Calgary Herald regarding Survey Board Report; circular from Stock Growers’ Protective Association regarding clearing cattle consigned to U.S. at boundary.
M-1543-920 Ranch correspondence, A-C.– March 9- July 3, 1922. – Information on directions for removing horns on calves.
M-1543-921 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – March 9-July 3, 1922. – Regarding grazing permits.
M-1543-922 Ranch correspondence, K-Z. – March 9-July 3, 1922. – Regarding ranch business with George Porter of Maycroft.
M-1543-923 Ranch correspondence, A-B. – July 3- November 28, 1922. – To Minister of Agriculture, Edmonton regarding shooting of prairie chicken; clipping regarding W.D. Trego regarding development of cheap fodder supply.
M-1543-924 Ranch correspondence, C-J. – July 3- November 28, 1922. – Prices from John Clay and Co., Chicago; chart giving freight rates.
M-1543-925 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – July 3- November 28, 1922. – With Pat Kelly of a7 Ranche, Maycroft; with Montreal broker regarding export to United Kingdom; to A.M. Peters, Bank of Montreal regarding shipping beef from Canada to England.
M-1543-926 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – July 3- November 28, 1922. – Prices from Charles O. Robinson, livestock commission; to O.R. Sharp, Bank of Montreal regarding cattle markets; circular supply information on history, plans, etc. of the Stock Growers’ Protective Association; circular from Chicago livestock commissioner regarding prices.
M-1543-927 Ranch correspondence, A-E. – November 29, 1922-April 5, 1923. – From E.L. Richardson regarding cut in Exhibition grant.
M-1543-928 Ranch correspondence, F-K. – November 29, 1922-April 5, 1923. – Report on forest reserve grazing; copy of regulations governing grazing lands in provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C.; with Pat Kelly of a7 Ranche.
M-1543-929 Ranch correspondence, L-S. – November 29, 1922-April 5, 1923. – Regulations governing grazing lands in provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C.; from Montreal broker regarding the lifting of an embargo on store cattle; memo presented at bankers’ convention regarding development of livestock; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner.
M-1543-930 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – November 29, 1922-April 5, 1923. – Assessment notices from Department of Municipal Affairs; from London regarding marketing of store cattle in Great Britain; personal from Guy Weadick; clipping regarding American tariff with reference to Canadian cattle.
M-1543-931 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – April 6- September 17, 1923. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; personal; letter from E.L. Richardson regarding plans for Stampede.
M-1543-932 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – April 6- September 17, 1923. – With timber and grazing lands branch regarding leasing.
M-1543-933 Ranch correspondence, K-N. – April 6- September 17, 1923. – With Pat Kelly, foreman of a7 Ranche.
M-1543-934 Ranch correspondence, O-Z. – April 6- September 17, 1923. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; copy of report on the McLeay ranching proposition from D. Riley; constitution and by-laws of Western Stock Growers’ Protective Association; to Secretary, Stock Growers’ Protective Association regarding history of ranching and the Association around Calgary.
M-1543-935 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – From E.L. Richardson regarding presentation by the Prince of Wales of trophy to bucking horse rider.
M-1543-936 Ranch correspondence, D-K. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; with Pat Kelly, foreman of a7 Ranche.
M-1543-937 Ranch correspondence, L-R. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner.
M-1543-938 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – September 17, 1923-February 11, 1924. – Financial report of the Western Stock Growers’ Association.
M-1543-939 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – February 11- March 27, 1924. – Circular on livestock industry and banking in the prairie provinces; proofs of Stampede prize list; from Department of the Interior regarding grazing permits.
M-1543-940 Ranch correspondence, J-P. – February 11- March 27, 1924. – With Department of the Interior regarding grazing permits; with Pat Kelly, foreman at a7 Ranche.
M-1543-941 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – February 11- March 27, 1924. – Circular regarding Cardiff as an attractive market for Canadian cattle; tax notices.
M-1543-942 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – March 27- September 30, 1924. – Circular from Alberta Provincial Shorthorn Breeders Association; Bank of Montreal crop reports; personal letters.
M-1543-943 Ranch correspondence, D-K. – March 27- September 30, 1924. – With the Department of the Interior regarding timber and grazing lands; with Pat Kelly, foreman of a7 Ranche; prices from Winnipeg exporters of stocker cattle.
M-1543-944 Ranch correspondence, L-R. – March 27- September 30, 1924. – From C.W. McMillan regarding hotel situation in Alberta; description of land of Bar S Ranch; list of livestock; improvements and supplies.
M-1543-945 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – March 27- September 30, 1924. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; circular from Western Stock Growers’ Association regarding Stampede.
M-1543-946 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – October 1, 1924-April 16, 1925. – Bank of Montreal crop reports.
M-1543-947 Ranch correspondence, D-J. – October 1, 1924-April 16, 1925. – With Hudson’s Bay Co. land department regarding grazing lands; with the Department of the Interior regarding timber and grazing lands.
M-1543-948 Ranch correspondence, K-R. – October 1, 1924-April 16, 1925. – With Pat Kelly of a7 Ranche; clipping regarding Mr. Cross’ successful ranching; prices from Chicago.
M-1543-949 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – October 1, 1924-April 16, 1925. – Receipts and tax notices giving description and location of land for 1924; letter to Guy Weadick regarding Stampede.
M-1543-950 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – April 17- September 21, 1925. – Minutes of organization meeting of Alberta Livestock Board; Bank of Montreal crop reports; from London exchange regarding shipment of Canadian cattle.
M-1543-951 Ranch correspondence, C-H. – April 17- September 21, 1925. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; prices from London stock exchange; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; with Archie Fraser of a7 Ranche regarding ranch business.
M-1543-952 Ranch correspondence, I-L. – April 17- September 21, 1925. – With Department of the Interior regarding timber and grazing leases; copy of letter from R.H. Campbell, Director of Forestry regarding use of Reserves; copy of letter explaining instructions regarding policy of hunting predatory animals in Parks; regulations regarding grazing lands.
M-1543-953 Ranch correspondence, M-P. – April 17- September 21, 1925. – Regarding property with blueprints.
M-1543-954 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – April 17- September 21, 1925. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; to Farm Bureaus in United States regarding removal of duty on Canadian cattle entering U.S.; information regarding survey of the world’s beef market by C.W. Peterson.
M-1543-955 Ranch correspondence, A-E. – September 21, 1925-April 6, 1926. – Statement of average returns on cattle shipped from Lundbreck to Calgary; resolution by Directors of Western Stock Growers’ Association for Dominion Government not to turn natural resources over to provincial.
M-1543-956 Ranch correspondence, F-J. – September 21, 1925-April 6, 1926. – With Archie Fraser of A7; from Department of the Interior regarding Alberta School lands grazing permits.
M-1543-957 Ranch correspondence, K-P. – September 21, 1925-April 6, 1926. – With Charles Laycock of a7 Ranche.
M-1543-958 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – September 21, 1925-April 6, 1926. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; tax notices and receipts with location and description of land; Western Stock Growers’ Association resolution regarding screening being retained in Canada.
M-1543-959 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – April 6- December 31, 1926. – With C.C.Casselman of a7 Ranche regarding ranch business; information on the value of beet molasses in feeding.
M-1543-960 Ranch correspondence, D-G. – April 6- December 31, 1926. – With Archie Fraser of A7 regarding ranch business.
M-1543-961 Ranch correspondence, H.- M. – April 6- December 31, 1926. – Domestic orders from Hudson’s Bay Co.; regulations governing grazing lands.
M-1543-962 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – April 6- December 31, 1926. – With George Poole of a7 Ranche, Blacktail; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; prices from Winnipeg livestock commissioners; receipt for taxes with location and description of land.
M-1543-963 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – January 1- October 31, 1927. – With C.C. Casselman of a7 Ranche; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner.
M-1543-964 Ranch correspondence, C-H. – January 1- October 31, 1927. – With C.C. Casselman, and Sam Cowell of A7 regarding ranch matters.
M-1543-965 Ranch correspondence, I-M. – January 1- October 31, 1927. – With the Department of the Interior regarding grazing permits.
M-1543-966 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – January 1- October 31, 1927. – With George Poole of a7 Ranche; price list of registered seed; livestock market reports and prices from Chicago.
M-1543-967 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – November 1, 1927-April 26, 1928. – Catalogue of fall stock show and sale; statement of cost of shipping cows from Nanton to Chicago.
M-1543-968 Ranch correspondence, D-M. – November 1, 1927-April 26, 1928. – With the Department of the Interior regarding rental.
M-1543-969 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – November 1, 1927-April 26, 1928. – With George Poole of a7 Ranche, Blacktail; prices from Chicago; receipts for taxes giving description and location of land.
M-1543-970 Ranch correspondence, A-D. – April 26- October 31, 1928. – With C.C. Casselman of A7 regarding ranch matters.
M-1543-971 Ranch correspondence, E-R. – April 26- October 31, 1928. – Bank of Montreal crop reports; stock prices from Chicago.
M-1543-972 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – April 26- October 31, 1928. – Reports of Spillers Canadian Milling Co.
M-1543-973 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – November 1, 1928-January 14, 1929. – Catalogue of imported Shorthorn cattle auction sale; copy of migratory birds convention act.
M-1543-974 Ranch correspondence, K-Z. – November 1, 1928-January 14, 1929. – Prices from Chicago; report of Spillers Canadian Milling Co. Ltd.
M-1543-975 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – January 14- April 3, 1929. – With C.C. Casselman of a7 Ranche.
M-1543-976 Ranch correspondence, K-R. – January 14- April 3, 1929. – Regarding proposed municipal hospital at Nanton; prices from Chicago; to Senator D. Riley regarding tariff on Canadian Cattle entering U.S.
M-1543-977 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – January 14- April 3, 1929. – Receipts for taxes giving location and description of property owned; from Guy Weadick regarding British Canadian Pictures Ltd. and filming in western Canada; clippings regarding “talkie” films
M-1543-978 Ranch correspondence, A-K. – April 8- September 5,1929. – With C.C. Casselman regarding ranch matters.
M-1543-979 Ranch correspondence, L-Z. – April 8- September 5, 1929. – Regarding Nanton Municipal Hospital; copy of Municipal Hospitals Act; from Charles Stewart, Minister of the Interior regarding prevention of forest fires in Rockies; reports from Spillers Canadian Milling Co.
M-1543-980 Ranch correspondence, A-L. – September 5-December 31, 1929. – Circular from Chicago News Service regarding prices and cattle situation.
M-1543-981 Ranch correspondence, M-S. – September 5-December 31, 1929. – Prices from Chicago; clippings regarding U.S. tariff bill.
M-1543-982 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – September 5- December 31, 1929. – Receipts for taxes with description and location of land.
M-1543-983 Ranch correspondence, A-C. – January 1- April 30, 1930. – Ranch receipts for 1929; statement of actual cost of shipping cattle from Lundbreck to Chicago; from Canadian Council of Beef Producers.
M-1543-984 Ranch correspondence, D-P. – January 1- April 30, 1930. – Copy of indenture regarding petroleum and natural gas leases in Alberta comprising the west half, and southeast quarter of Section Z, Township 16, Range 1, W5th, 485 acres; clipping regarding injustices under oil leases.
M-1543-985 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – January 1- April 30, 1930. – Financial reports of Western Stock Growers’ Association.
M-1543-986 Ranch correspondence, A-E. – May 1- September 16, 1930. – Assessment notices giving land description.
M-1543-987 Ranch correspondence, F-S. – May 1- September 16, 1930. – With Minister Agriculture Motherwell regarding Sarcoptic mange; prices from Chicago.
M-1543-988 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – May 1- September 16, 1930. – Western Stock Growers’ Association financial statements.
M-1543-989 Ranch correspondence, A-H. – September 17-December 31, 1930. – Statement of cattle shipped from Cayley to Manchester.
M-1543-990 Ranch correspondence, I-Z. – September 17-December 31, 1930. – With George Porter of A7, Lundbreck; prices from Chicago; receipts for taxes giving land description.
M-1543-991 Ranch correspondence, A-G. – January 2- April 13, 1931. – From the Department of the Interior regarding leases.
M-1543-992 Ranch correspondence, H-V. – January 2- April 13, 1931. – Annual reports for 1930 of Prairie Thoroughbred breeders and racing association.
M-1543-993 Ranch correspondence, W-Z. – January 2- April 13, 1931. – Blueprint showing change in road diversion in sections 19, 25, 26,27 Tp. 10, Ranges 2 and 3, W5th.
M-1543-994 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – April 14- August 13, 1931. – Circular regarding plans for 1931 Stampede; statement of cost of shipping cattle from Cayley to Manchester.
M-1543-995 Ranch correspondence, K-Z. – April 14- August 13, 1931. – Prices from Chicago.
M-1543-996 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – August 13- November 16, 1931. – From Minister of Agriculture, George Hoadley regarding prairie forest fires.
M-1543-997 Ranch correspondence, K-Z. – August 13- November 16, 1931. – Prices from Chicago; Western Stock Growers’ Association reports.
M-1543-998 Ranch correspondence, A-L. – November 17-December 31, 1931. – With Forestry Branch of Department of the Interior.
M-1543-999 Ranch correspondence, M-Z. – November 17-December 31, 1930. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner.
M-1543-1000 Ranch correspondence, A-L. – January 2- April 20, 1932. – Canadian fruit and vegetable market bulletin; from E.L. Richardson to directors of Stampede regarding plans for Stampede.
M-1543-1001 Ranch correspondence, M-Z. – January 2- April 20, 1932. – Prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; report of the U.F.A. convention.
M-1543-1002 Ranch correspondence, A-J. – April 23- July 23, 1932. – Survey record of ranch including land owned, leased, total value of property.
M-1543-1003 Ranch correspondence, K-Z. – April 23- July 23, 1932. – Prices from Chicago.
M-1543-1004 Ranch correspondence, A-L. – July 25- December 31, 1932. – Regarding shipping Canadian store cattle to Scotland; regarding the dispensing of services of Guy Weadick as Stampede Manager.
M-1543-1005 Ranch correspondence, M-Z. – July 25- December 31, 1932. – Report regarding Edmonton local option petition.
M-1543-1006 Ranch correspondence, A-M. – January 3- May 9, 1933. – Circular regarding facts pertaining to the export of cattle to the U.S.S.R.; article appearing in Calgary Herald regarding appointment of J.B. Cross as chairman of Stampede committee.
M-1543-1007 Ranch correspondence, N-Z. – January 3- May 9, 1933. – Prices from Chicago.
M-1543-1008 Ranch correspondence, A-L. – May 10- November 14, 1933. – Tables showing gains made and feed registered by calves and yearlings; regarding firing of Guy Weadick.
M-1543-1009 Ranch correspondence, M-Z. – May 10- November 14, 1933. – Regarding plans for Stampede parade; circular from Western Stock Growers’ Association regarding humane conditions of bucking horses.
M-1543-1010 Ranch correspondence, A-Z. – November 15-December, 1933. – Editorial in Albertan dealing with ranching situation in Western Canada.
M-1543-1011 Ranch correspondence, A-M. – January 2- September 30, 1934. – With C.C. Casselman of a7 Ranche regarding ranch business.
M-1543-1012 Ranch correspondence, Mc-Z. – January 2- September 30, 1934. – Western Stock Growers’ Association correspondence; address given by Dean of Agriculture, A.M. Shaw on “Alternatives to Grain Growing in the Prairie Provinces”.
M-1543-1013 Ranch correspondence, A-P. – October 1, 1934-April 25, 1935. – Prices from Chicago.
M-1543-1014 Ranch correspondence, Q-Z. – October 1, 1934-April 25, 1935. – Copy of oral judgement passed on Guy Weadick regarding dismissal as manager of Stampede; prices from Chicago livestock commissioner; copy of marketing scheme submitted by Sask. Co-op. Livestock Producers, Ltd.; brief on reduced rentals and taxes by Western Stock Growers’ Association; copy of marketing scheme submitted by the Livestock Producers of the Province of Alberta to Governor-in-Council.
M-1543-1015 Ranch correspondence, A-K. – May 1- September 24, 1935. – Map of Calgary and Lethbridge Agency Districts; information regarding prices and Chicago cattle market; regulations governing the leasing of grazing lands.
M-1543-1016 Ranch correspondence, M-Z. – May 1- September 24, 1935. – From E.L. Richardson regarding regulations covering chuckwagon races; membership list of Western Stock Growers’ Association for 1934-35.
M-9190-135 Ranch monthly bank statements. – 1940-1942 [incomplete]
M-9190-136 Ranch correspondence, A-D. – 1937
M-9190-137 Ranch correspondence, E-R. – 1937
M-9190-138 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – 1937
M-9190-139 Ranch correspondence, A-F. – 1938
M-9190-140 Ranch correspondence, G-S. – 1938
M-9190-141 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – 1938
M-9190-142 Ranch correspondence, A-S. – 1939
M-9190-143 Ranch correspondence, T-Z. – 1939
M-9190-144 Ranch correspondence, A-P. – 1940
M-9190-145 Ranch correspondence, R-Z. – 1940
M-9190-146 Ranch correspondence, A-Q. – 1941
M-9190-147 Ranch correspondence, R-Z. – 1941
M-9190-148 Ranch correspondence, A-E. – 1942
M-9190-149 Ranch correspondence, F-R. – 1942
M-9190-150 Ranch correspondence, S-Z. – 1942


Series 19


Other business records. – 1890-1933. – Series consists of miscellaneous files kept by A.E. Cross in his offices at the Brewery.

M-9190-90 Miscellaneous business correspondence. – 1893-1909
M-9190-91 Miscellaneous business correspondence. – 1912-1929 and nd
M-9190-92 Calgary Gas and Waterworks. – 1890-1891. – Consists of agreements between James Lougheed and Alex Cross (father of A.E. Cross).
M-9190-93 Boring for gas in Calgary. – 1902
M-9190-94 Alberta Flour Mills. – 1924. – Consists of correspondence with Winfield B. Sifton about possible acquisition.
M-9190-95 Land purchase, Calgary city lot. – 1890
M-9190-96 Calgary Turf Club. – 1898
M-1543-1017 A.E. Cross political correspondence, A-Z. – February 24-June 30, 1902. – From William. Pearce natural gas works for Calgary; draft for resolution to be submitted to meeting of Calgary General Hospital; copy of letter from Chas. Peterson to Prof. R.S. Shaw regarding irrigated experimental station at Calgary.
M-1543-1018 D.S. Pedley correspondence. – February 3, 1930-August 19, 1931. – Clipping regarding Col. Leckie and mining industry; from D.S. Pedley regarding mining claims around Golden, B.C.; Bill of Sale of mineral claim to A.E. Cross; Little Cheiff Mineral Claim situated on the southforkof 15 Mile Creek and joins Big Cheiff to the east.
M-1543-1019 D.S. Pedley correspondence. – February 3, 1930-August 19, 1931. – Report of the gold and copper on property owned by A.E. Cross and D.S.Pedley on 15 Mile Creek , N.E. Kootenay, B.C.
M-1543-1020 Council of Western Beef Producers correspondence. – 1933. – Clipping from Albertan regarding increased shipping advantages to export trade; regarding export of beef cattle to Great Britain; minutes of meetings.
M-1543-1021 Post cards and photos from friends.
M-1543-1022 Prospectus from various companies. – Contains Moose Mountain Coal Co. Ltd. prospectus, Calgary; prospectuses of Peace River Trade and Navigation Co. Ltd.; Paramount Public Corporation; prospectus of TheWaneta and Trail Creek Gold Mining and Development Co. prospectus of Patrick Oils Ltd., Calgary.
M-1543-1023 Miscellaneous pamphlets. – Includes catalogue of bull auction sale; report on Ranching and Grazing Investigation Commission; report of Canadian Hydro-Electric Corp. Ltd.; pamphlet on flax industry in Canada.
M-1543-1024 Posters. – Contains advertisements from Farmer’s Advocate and Home Journal on British government surplus; poster advertising auction sale; poster advertising British government surplus; brochure on 1901 Edmonton Summer Fair.
M-289-111 Silver Spray Brewing Company Ltd.- Calgary appraisement. – 1920

Includes photographs of Mountain Spring Brewing Company, later known as Big Horn Brewing Company.

The photos have been digitized. View now.


Series 20


Miscellaneous financial records. – 1891-1930. – The series consists of a cashbook related to both business and personal finances, extensive cheque stubs recording payments to hired hands on the ranch, household expenditures, etc., bankbooks, investment records, and income tax returns.

M-9190-97 Cashbook. – 1892-1904. – Consists of accounts related to the a7 Ranche, Calgary Brewing and Malting Company, and personal expenditures.
M-9190-98 Bank of Montreal (Calgary) bankbooks. – 1893-1900, 1906-1919
M-9190-99 Bank of Montreal (Montreal) bankbooks. – 1891-1916
M-9190-100 Cheque stubs. – 1901
M-9190-101 Cheque stubs. – 1902
M-9190-102 Cheque stubs. – 1903
M-9190-103 Cheque stubs. – 1904
M-9190-104 Cheque stubs. – 1905
M-9190-105 Cheque stubs. – 1906
M-9190-106 Cheque stubs. – 1905-1906
M-9190-107 Cheque stubs. – 1907
M-9190-108 Cheque stubs. – 1908
M-9190-109 Cheque stubs. – 1909
M-9190-110 Cheque stubs. – 1910
M-9190-111 Cheque stubs. – 1911
M-9190-112 Investments. – 1915. – Consists of a list of Bank of Montreal stockholders, and proceedings of Canadian Pacific Railway annual meeting. A.E. Cross invested in both companies.
M-9190-113 Income tax returns. – 1919-1930. – [incomplete]


Series 21


Jim Cross – Education. – 1921-1925. – The series consists of Jim’s course notes, papers, exams, etc. while attending Appleby School in Oakville, Ontario, and the Ontario Agricultural College in Guelph, Ontario.

M-9219-65 Appleby School, Oakville, Ontario. – 1923 and n.d. – Consists of a prospectus, register of students (J.B. Cross entered January 1917), and The Argus (school journal).
M-9219-66 Appleby School exams. – 1921. – Consists of Jim Cross’ completed and marked exams for history, Latin, German, English, French, algebra and geometry.
M-9219-67 Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) calendar, student handbooks, class list and timetable. – 1921-1924
M-9219-68 School notes, probably Ontario Agricultural College. – [ca. 1922-1925]
M-9219-69 OAC papers written by Jim Cross. – [ca. 1922-1925]
M-9219-70 “Second Year Special Essay. Ranching, Past, Present and Future”. – [ca. 1923]. – Written by Jim Cross for his Animal Husbandry class.
M-9219-71 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 5 volumes. – Consists of notes for physics, genetics, soils and marketing.
M-9219-72 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 5 volumes. – Consists of notes for algebra, engines, economic entomology, English, and horticulture.
M-9219-73 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 4 volumes. – Consists of notes for field husbandry, hydrostatics, apiculture, poultry, and animal husbandry.
M-9219-74 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 7 volumes. – Consists of notes for physics, electric heat, horticulture, apiculture, animal husbandry, zoology, English, farm mechanics, chemistry and geology.
M-9219-75 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 6 volumes. – Consists of notes for plant pathology, poultry, soil and drainage, marketing, political economy, and agricultural economy
M-9219-76 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 6 volumes. – Consists of notes for English, agronomy, pedigree, and animal husbandry.
M-9219-77 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 6 volumes. – Consists of notes for genetics, plant breeding, engineering, obstetrics, agronomy and feeds.
M-9219-78 OAC course notes. – [ca. 1922-1924]. – 6 volumes. – Consists of notes for agronomy, political economy, field husbandry, poultry and English.
M-9219-79 OAC practicums. – 1921-1923. – Consists of projects about entomology and zoology.
M-9219-80 OAC practicums. –. – 1923-1924. – Consists of a project in plant pathology.
M-9219-81 OAC final exams. – 1921
M-9219-82 OAC Christmas and final exams. – 1922
M-9219-83 OAC final exams. – 1924
M-9219-84 Ontario Agricultural College programs, invitations, certificates, songbook, etc. – 1922-1925
M-9219-85 Miscellaneous papers of Jim Cross while attending Ontario Agricultural College. – 1924-1925
M-9219-86 University of Toronto Department of Agriculture annual exams. – 1925
PA-3709-(70-73) Notman Studio portraits of J.B. Cross, taken while attending school in eastern Canada. – [ca. 1925]. – 4 photographs
PA-3709-74 Snapshot of J.B. Cross at Ontario Agricultural College. – [ca. 1925]. – 1 photograph
PA-3709-(75-78) Views of Ontario Agricultural College Philharmonic Society members and the annual “Frolic”. – 1924-1925. – 4 photographs.
PB-939-(3-5) Ontario Agricultural College sports teams members. – 1924-1925. – 3 photographs. – Consists of views of J.B. Cross and his team mates.
M-289-oversize J.B. Cross’ Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. – 1925


Series 22


Jim Cross – Correspondence while at OAC. – 1922-1925. – The series consists of letters from his family and friends while he was being educated in eastern Canada.

M-9219-61 Letters of introduction from his father to various people. – 1922
M-9219-62 Letters from family while attending the Ontario Agricultural College. – 1924
M-9219-63 Letters from family while attending the Ontario Agricultural College. – 1925
M-9219-64 Letters from family and friends while attending the Ontario Agricultural College. – 1924-1925


Series 23


Jim Cross – Miscellaneous personal papers. – 1909-1960. – J.B. Cross succeeded his father as president of the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company in 1932, and he also managed the a7 Ranche from 1932 to 1945. – Consists of childhood gift, notes from brewing courses in England and Denmark, radio broadcasts, and miscellaneous correspondence.

M-8780-116 The Bumbletoes. – December 1909. – Consists of a children’s book given to Jim Cross “from Babies Jean and Mae”.
M-8780-117 a7 Ranche bank book. – 1922- 1928
M-8780-118 Malting and brewing course notes. – 1925- 1926. – Consists of notes taken by Jim while studying in Birmingham, England.
M-9190-129 Brewery course notebook. – [ca. 1925-1926]
M-8780-119 Laboratory Studies for Brewing Students. – [ca. 1925]. – Consists of a textbook used by Jim during his brewing studies.
M-8780-120 Lab notes. – 1925-1926. – Consists of notes kept by Jim during his brewing studies in Birmingham, England.
M-289-oversize First Class Certificate in Malting and Brewing from the University of Birmingham. — June 30, 1928
M-8780-121 Alfred Jorgensen Laboratorium course notes. – 1926. – Consists of notes kept by Jim while taking a brewing course in Copenhagen, Denmark.
M-8780-122 Wedding announcement. – April 1930. – Consists of the newspaper article about the wedding of James B. Cross and Eileen Russell.
M-9190-130 Letter from Mary Dover to her brother Jim on the death of their father. – 1932
M-9190-131 Letters from Helen Cross to her son Jim. – June-July 1932
M-8780-123 Lip Group Gold Syndicate. – 1937. – Consists of correspondence and maps sent to Jim Cross about this investment opportunity.
M-8780-124 Miscellany. – 1937-1956. – Consists of miscellaneous correspondence and memorabilia of Jim Cross.
M-9190-133 Second World War savings certificates. – 1940-1946. – Most are unopened, and it appears he never intended to redeem them.
M-339-2 Letters from S. Cross Morton. – 1943. – Consists of letters from his cousin, regarding family genealogy.
M-9190-132 Miscellany. – 1925-1960. – Includes the 1951 plans for his house.
M-9190-OS Junior Chamber of Commerce certificate presented to J.B. Cross. – March 22, 1948
M-9190-134 Presentation photograph of Governor-General Alexander and his wife. – 1950
RED-10-5 “Corner stone laying ceremony, Calgary Brewing and Malting Company Ltd. – 11 am Thursday, May 10, 1956. – 1 audio disc. – Consists of a recording of the event, which was broadcast by radio station CFCN.
RED-10-6 “Calgary Brewery Aquarium Opening”. – August 1960. – 1 audio disc. – Consists of a recording of the event, which was presided over by Premier Ernest Manning and broadcast by radio station CFAC.
RED-10-3 Interview with J.B. Cross for Hockey Forum. – December 26, 1950. – 1 sound disc (78 rpm). – Broadcast by CKXL radio.
RED-10-1 Laying the Corner Stone at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company. – May 10, 1956. – 1 sound disc (33 1/3 rpm). – Broadcast by CFAC radio.
RED-10-2 Addresss given by Jim Cross on the occasion of the unveiling of the cairn in tribute to Medicine Hat’s pioneers. – July 25, 1956. – 1 sound disc (33 1/3 rpm). – Broadcast by CHAT radio station in Medicine Hat.
RED-10-4 “Colonel Shinstrap’s Lament” and “The Calgary Clock” by Victor Williams. – [ca. 1950-1956]. – 1 sound disc (78 rpm). – Broadcast by CKUA radio.


Series 24


Sandy Cross – Miscellaneous personal papers. – 1931-1980. – Consists of school records, university memorabilia, diaries, memberships and certificates, etc. The papers were in no apparent order, so have been artificially arranged in date order.

M-9046-1 Diary. – 1930
M-8780-125 Appleby School, Oakville, Ontario. – 1931. – Consists of Sandy’s report card, weight and height chart, letter to his parents, and religious service book used by the school.
M-8780-127 School exams. – 1932. – Consists of “Upper School” exams, annotated at the top with Sandy’s results.
M-8780-128 Royal Military College student newspaper. – October 1, 1932. – Consists of a newspaper written in diary form, recording the activities of Company “A”. Sandy Cross helped to write it.
M-8780-129 Royal Military College exams. – 1933
M-8780-130 Royal Military College memorabilia. – [ca. 1932-1937]. – Consists of class letters, list of the class of 1932, and negatives of photographs taken by “Cadet Cross”.
M-8780-131 University of Alberta course notes. – [ca. 1933-1935]. – Consists of notes taken by Sandy Cross in astronomy.
M-8780-132 University of Alberta course notes. – [ca. 1933-1935]. – Consists of notes taken by Sandy Cross in math, geology, physics, C.E. [chemical engineering?], and political economy.
M-8780-133 University of Alberta exams. – 1934-1935, 1938
M-8780-134 Sandy Cross’ graduation photograph. – [ca. 1935-1938]
M-8780-135 University of Alberta memorabilia. – 1934- 1935. – Consists of constitution of the Students’ Union, student identification cards, programs for university events, and university calendar.
M-8780-136 St. John Ambulance first aid certificate. – 1936
M-8780-137 Diary. – 1937
M-9046-2 Membership cards, licences, certificates, ration books, etc. – 1940-1968
M-9046-22 Education certificates. – 1939. – Consists of his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Alberta (May 16, 1939) and his certificate of completion of a special brewing course from the Wallerstein Laboratories in New York.
M-9046-3 Cross family genealogical information. – 1942-[ca.1975]
M-8780-141 Mining claim, Fort Smith, NWT. – 1940. – Consists of maps and correspondence about the claim.
M-8780-142 Income tax return. – 1941
M-8780-143 Diary. – 1947. – Entries only in January and February.
M-8780-144 Diary. – 1948. – Entries only in January and February.
M-8780-145 Drivers’ licences, membership cards, car registrations, sweepstake tickets, etc. – 1949-1955
M-8780-147 Income tax return. – 1950
M-8780-148 Diary. – 1951. – Entries only from January to April.
M-8780-149 Hotels. – 1951-1956. – Consists of financial statements and shares records for the Chinook Hotel, Cochrane; Waldorf Hotel, Drumheller; and Cochrane Hotel.
M-8780-150 Northwest Brewing Company. – 1952, 1956. – Consists of correspondence with the company, and lists of shareholders.
M-8780-151 Ranchmen’s Club. – 1953. – Sandy Cross joined the Ranchmen’s Club in 1937. – Consists of constitution and membership list.
M-8780-152 Diary. – 1954. – Entries only from January to March.
M 2601 Old Time Range Men’s Dinner programs. – 1944-1967
M-8780-153 Old Time Range Men’s Dinner programs. – 1960-1976
M-9046-4 Old Time Range Men’s Dinner programs. – 1978-1987
M-9046-5 Diaries. – 1960-1961. – 2 volumes
M-8780-155 Ale Party programs. – 1966-1975
M-8780-157 Lutheran General Hospital notebook. – 1970. – Consists of notes kept by Sandy regarding his treatment for alcoholism. File includes drafts of letters written from the hospital.
M-8780-165 Blank stationery and greeting card. – nd. – Consists of writing paper and envelopes with his name and address; and a greeting card featuring “Calrossie Highland Piper” and a map to Rothney farm.
M-8780-166 Miscellany. – 1939-1987


Series 25


Sandy Cross – Correspondence. – 1932-1993. – Consists primarily of letters from his sisters and nieces, especially Marmo Shakespeare and her daughters, Jane, Sidney and Mary. Includes other peronal correspondence from friends, relatives, business acquaintances and school children.

M-8780-126 Letter from “Daddy”. – February 19, 1932. – Consists of the last letter which Sandy Cross received from Ernest Cross, before his father’s death on March 10, 1932.
M-8780-138 Correspondence while attending university. – 1933-1938. – Consists primarily of letters written to him by his mother Helen Cross.
M-9046-6 Letters from sister Mary Cross (later Mary Dover). – 1939-1971
M-9046-7 Letters from sister Margaret “Marmo” Shakespeare. – 1939-1940
M-9046-8 Letters from sister Marmo Shakespeare. – 1959-1964
M-9046-9 Letters from sister Marmo Shakespeare (in hospital). – February-May 1965
M-9046-10 Letters from sister Marmo Shakespeare. – 1966-1970
M-9046-11 Letters from sister Marmo Shakespeare. – 1971-1979. – She died in 1979.
M-9046-12 Letters from niece Jane Shakespeare (Marmo’s daughter). – 1964-1979. – She married Keith Horner in 1968.
M-9046-13 Letters from niece Sidney Shakespeare (Marmo’s daughter). – 1962-1984, 1993
M-9046-14 Letters from niece Mary Shakespeare (Marmo’s daughter). – 1967-1983
M-9046-15 Letters from Ann Cross’ family. – [ca. 1980s]. – Primarily cards and letters from Ann’s grandchildren to their new grandfather.
M-8780-139 Personal correspondence. – 1938- 1939
M-8780-140 Personal correspondence. – 1940- 1949
M-8780-146 Personal correspondence. – 1950- 1959
M-8780-154 Personal correspondence. – 1960- 1965
M-8780-156 Personal correspondence. – 1966- 1969
M-8780-158 Personal correspondence. – January- February 1970. – Consists of letters and cards received while in the Lutheran General Hospital.
M-8780-159 Personal correspondence. – February-March 1970
M-8780-160 Personal correspondence. – June-December 1970
M-8780-161 Personal correspondence. – January-June 1971
M-8780-162 Personal correspondence. – July-December 1971
M-8780-163 Personal correspondence. – 1972
M-8780-164 Thank you letters from school children. – 1965
M-8780-164 Thank you letters from school children. – 1974


Series 26


Sandy Cross – Legal and financial records. – 1935- 1973. – Sandy Cross became an executor of his father’s estate when he turned 21 in 1935. – Consists of correspondence and financial statements, primarily from Royal Trust, regarding the estate of his father, A.E. Cross, a7 Ranche, Rothney Farm, and other business investments.

M-8780-167 A.E. Cross estate. – 1935. – Consists of legal documents regarding the estate. File includes a copy of A.E. Cross’ 1928 will.
M-8780-168 Correspondence regarding the A.E. Cross estate. – 1935-1936.
M-8780-169 Financial statements-A.E. Cross estate. – 1935-1936
M-8780-170 Correspondence regarding finances. – 1938- 1939. – Primarily with Royal Trust
M-8780-171 Correspondence regarding finances. – 1939- 1945. – Primarily with Royal Trust
M-8780-172 Securities held by A.R. Cross. – 1945- 1948
M-8780-173 Financial statements: a7 Ranche. – 1947
M-8780-174 Financial statements: A.R. Cross. – 1951
M-8780-175 Financial statement: A.E. Cross estate. – 1953
M-8780-176 Financial statements: A.R. Cross, a7 Ranche, Rothney Farm. – 1954
M-8780-177 Financial statements: A.E. Cross estate. – 1955
M-8780-178 Financial statements: A.R. Cross, a7 Ranche, Rothney Farm, A.E. Cross estate. – 1955
M-8780-179 Financial statements: A.R. Cross, a7 Ranche, Rothney Farm, A.E. Cross estate. – 1956
M-8780-180 Financial statements: A.R. Cross. – 1968- 1971
M-8780-181 Cross house appraisal. – 1972. – Consists of real estate appraisal of house at 1240-8th Avenue SE, Calgary.
M-8780-182 Financial statement: Rothney Cross Investments Ltd. – 1973


Series 27


Rothney Farm. – 1924, 1938-1987. – Sandy Cross owned Rothney Farm, south of Calgary, on which he specialized in breeding Galloway and Shorthorn cattle. – Consists of cattle registrations and breeding records, financial statements, and photographs of his prize- winning livestock.

M-8780-183 Galloway registrations. – 1953-1962. – Consists of registrations of Galloways bred on the a7 Ranche and from Scotland.
M-8780-184 Galloway registrations. – 1956-1962. – Consists of registrations of Galloways bred by the E.P. Ranche and from Scotland.
M-8780-185 Galloway registrations. – 1956-1962. – Consists of registrations of Galloways bred by the E.P. Ranche and from Scotland.
M-8780-186 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1963
M-8780-187 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1964
M-8780-188 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1965
M-8780-189 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1966
M-8780-190 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1967
M-8780-191 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1968
M-8780-192 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1969
M-8780-193 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1970
M-8780-194 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1971
M-8780-195 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1972
M-8780-196 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1973
M-8780-197 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1974
M-8780-198 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1975
M-9046-17 Canadian Galloway Association registrations. – 1976-1978
M-8780-199 Shorthorn registrations. – 1924. – Consists of registration for “Princeton Ensign”, acquired by A.E. Cross from the E.P. Ranche.
M-8780-200 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1938-1954. – Consists of registrations of females.
M-8780-201 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1946-1955. – Consists of registrations of bulls.
M-8780-202 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1954. – 1955-1956
M-8780-203 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1955. – 1956
M-8780-204 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1956. – 1956-1957
M-8780-205 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1957. – 1958-1959
M-8780-206 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1958. – 1959-1960
M-8780-207 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1959. – 1959-1960
M-8780-208 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1960. – 1960-1963
M-8780-209 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: animals born 1961. – 1962-1963
M-8780-210 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: females born 1962. – 1963
M-8780-211 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: females born 1963. – 1964
M-8780-212 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: females born 1964. – 1964-1965
M-8780-213 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: females born 1966. – 1966-1967
M-8780-214 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations: females born 1967. – 1967-1968
M-9046-18 Newspaper clippings regarding Lord Lovat and Shorthorns. – 1952
M-8780-215 Shorthorn bull sale. – 1956
M-8780-216 Herd record book: cows. – 1955-1962. – [shorthorns?]
M-8780-217 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1960
M-8780-218 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1963
M-8780-219 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1964
M-8780-220 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1965
M-8780-221 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1966
M-8780-222 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1967
M-8780-223 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1968
M-8780-224 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1969
M-8780-225 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1970
M-8780-226 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1971
M-8780-227 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1972
M-8780-228 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1973
M-8780-229 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1974
M-8780-230 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1975
M-9046-19 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1976-1977
M-9046-20 Canadian Shorthorn Association registrations. – 1978
M-8780-231 Pocket herd book: Galloways and Shorthorns. – 1953-1968
M-8780-232 Livestock inventories. – [ca. 1960s- 1970s]
M-8780-233 Breeding program. – 1981
M-8780-234 Breeding program. – 1982
M-8780-235 Breeding program. – 1983
M-8780-236 Breeding program. – 1984
M-8780-237 Breeding program. – 1985
M-8780-238 Breeding program. – 1986
M-8780-239 Rothney farm livestock sales catalogues. – 1970, 1978, 1979, 1987. – Includes catalogue for complete dispersal sale, October 17, 1987. Includes a catalogue for a livestock sale on J.B. Cross’ Bar Pipe Farms.
M-8780-240 Shorthorn and Galloway societies. – [ca. 1950s-1970s]. – Consists of miscellaneous circulars and newsletters.
M-8780-241 Canadian Luing Association. – 1970-1976. – Consists of bylaws, correspondence and circulars.
M-8780-242 Canadian Western Agribition entry. – 1977
M-9046-21 Canadian Shorthorn Association – Australia Trip. – 1977
M-8780-243 News clippings regarding livestock. – 1966- 1981
M-8780-244 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1968
M-8780-245 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1969
M-8780-246 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1970
M-8780-247 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1971
M-8780-248 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1972
M-8780-249 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1973
M-8780-250 Rothney Farm financial statements. – 1974
M-8780-251 Guest book. – nd. – Consists of guest book for those attending livestock sales at Rothney Farms.
M-8780-252 Fish and game miscellany. – 1970-1971. – Consists of reports, circulars and correspondence.
M-8780-253 Certificate of title. – 1980. – Consists of certificate of title for 9-22-2-W5, a piece of land for which Sandy Cross held the surface rights from 1947-1958.


Series 28


Sandy and Ann Cross / Rothney Farm photographs. – 1939-1992. – 329 photographs. – Consists of views of Sandy Cross, livestock sales, Rothney Farm, Ann Cross, the house and garden, Shorthorn and Galloway cattle, and various travels.

PA-3540-(272-284) Livestock. – [ca. 1950s-1960s]. – 23 photographs. – Consists of views of cattle, and of Sandy Cross receiving awards at livestock shows.
PA-3540-(285-287) Calrossie Highland Piper. – 1952 and nd. – 3 photographs. – Consists of views of trip to Scotland during which Sandy Cross purchased the animal.
PA-3540-288 Calgary Champion Range Bulls. – 1955. – 2 photographs
PA-3540-(289-290) Shorthorns. – 1958-1959. – 4 photographs. – Consists of views of the champions at the Royal Winter Fair, Toronto, and at Calgary.
PA-3540-291 Shorthorn Herdsmen’s supper. – 1959. – 1 photograph
PA-3540-(292-293) Livestock. – 1961. – 3 photographs. – Consists of views of a Rothney Farm exhibit, and of champion shorthorn at the Edmonton International Show.
PA-3540-(294-308) Livestock. – 1963-1967. – 25 photographs. – Consists of views of Sandy at livestock shows, and of his animals.
PA-3540-309 Shorthorn Trophy. – 1969. – 1 photograph
PA-3540-310 Luing sale. – 1979. – 1 photograph
PA-3540-(311-316) Livestock. – 1980-1986. – 25 photographs. – Consists of views of a Rothney Farm exhibit, and various animals.
PA-3540-317 Rothney Farm. – nd. – 3 photographs. – Consists of views of the farm buildings.
PA-3740-(1-40) Sandy and Ann Cross. – 1960-1980. – 40 photographs. – Consists of views of Sandy in Scotland and Pennsylvania, Ann and the dog, camping at Penask Lake (British Columbia), picnic at Mossleigh, on overseas trips, travels to Fort St. John, and Ann at Lake O’Hara
PA-3740-(41-46) Sandy at the Banff Winter Carnival. – 1946. – 6 photographs. – Consists of views of skiing, rides on a buffalo-robe-coloured sleigh, and an ice castle. For two larger skiing views see PB-939-(1-2).
PA-3740-(47-98) Rothney Farm, the house and the gardens. – 1976-1981. – 52 photographs
PA-3740-(99-104) Aerial views of Rothney Farm. – [ca. 1964]. – 6 photographs. – Taken by K.T. Hyde of Calgary.
PA-3740-(105-111) Aerial views of Rothney Farm. – 1968. – 7 photographs. – Taken by the Alberta Government.
PA-3740-(112-115 Aerial views of Rothney Farm. – 1978. – 4 photographs. – Taken by the Government of Canada. Two are annotated with outlines of Rothney land.
PA-3740-(116-128) Western Canada International Shorthorn Show, Calgary. – 1958. – 13 photographs. – Sandy Cross won the Premier Breeder and Champion Bull awards.
PA-3740-(129-161) Livestock views. – 1955-1983. – 33 photographs
PA-3740-(162-168) Bull show winners. – 1978-1983. – 7 photographs
PA-3740-(170-182) Keno, Yukon mining views. – 1966-1967. – 13 photographs. – Consists of views of an overgrown cabin, Keno City Hotel, heavy equipment, and the Mayo airport.
PA-3740-(183-211) Bathurst Inlet views. – July 1992. – 29 photographs. – Consists of views of seaplanes, landscape, tour group members, the town, caribou, sled dogs, flowers, and Ann Cross.
PA-3740-(212-217) Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area views. – 1995. – 6 photographs. – Consists of views of children’s programs.
S-230-(1-20) Views of a cattle sale at Rothney Farm. – 1960. – 20 slides
PE-198-5 Sandy Cross at Master Brewers Association of America dinner and dance. – 1939. – 1 panoramic photograph. – Sandy Cross is on the far left, 4th person from the bottom.


Series 29


John Cross – Education. – 1935-1937. – The series consists of notes, etc. while attending the Ontario Agricultural College in Guelph, Ontario. John kept his course notes in alphabetical order.

M-9219-87 Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) calendar. – 1936-1937
M-9219-88 Ontario Agricultural College timetables and letter regarding second year results. – 1935-1937
M-9219-89 OAC course notes – Animal Husbandry. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-90 OAC course notes – Apiculture (beekeeping). – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-91 OAC course notes – Bacteriology. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-92 OAC course notes – Botany. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-93 OAC course notes – Chemistry. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-94 OAC course notes – Dairy. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-95 OAC course notes – Economics and bookkeeping. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-96 OAC course notes – English. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-97 OAC course notes – Entomology. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-98 OAC course notes – Farm implements / farm engineering. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-99 OAC course notes – Farm management. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-100 OAC course notes – Field husbandry. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-101 OAC course notes – Geology. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-102 OAC course notes – Horticulture. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-103 OAC course notes – Physics. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-104 OAC course notes – Poultry. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-105 OAC course notes – Rural sociology. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-106 OAC course notes – Veterinary science. – [ca. 1935-1937]
M-9219-107 OAC course notes – Zoology. – [ca. 1935-1937]


Series 30


John Cross – Diaries. – 1948-1987. – The series consists of diaries kept by John Cross in which he recorded his daily activities on the a7 Ranche, such as branding, baling, moving livestock, vaccinating, building fences, etc. The diaries also include some personal appointments, meetings, and social activities. There is no diary for 1977.

M-9219-108 Diaries. – 1948, 1949. – 2 volumes
M-9219-109 Diaries. – 1950, 1951. – 2 volumes
M-9219-110 Diaries. – 1952, 1953. – 2 volumes
M-9219-111 Diaries. – 1954, 1955. – 2 volumes
M-9219-112 Diaries. – 1956, 1957. – 2 volumes
M-9219-113 Diaries. – 1958, 1959. – 2 volumes
M-9219-114 Diaries. – 1960. – 2 volumes. – One is a regular work diary, the other a vacation diary.
M-9219-115 Diaries. – 1961, 1962. – 2 volumes
M-9219-116 Diaries. – 1963, 1964. – 2 volumes. – Note: the 1964 volume says 1962 on the front cover.
M-9219-117 Diaries. – 1965, 1966. – 2 volumes
M-9219-118 Diaries. – 1967, 1968, 1969. – 3 volumes
M-9219-119 Diaries. – 1970, 1971. – 2 volumes
M-9219-120 Diaries. – 1972, 1973. – 2 volumes
M-9219-121 Diaries. – 1974, 1975, 1976. – 3 volumes
M-9219-122 Diaries. – 1978, 1979. – 2 volumes. – Note: there is no 1977 diary.
M-9219-123 Diaries. – 1980, 1981, 1982 — 3 volumes
M-9219-124 Diaries. – 1983, 1984. – 2 volumes
M-9219-125 Diaries. – 1985, 1986. – 2 volumes
M-9219-126 Diaries. – 1987. – 2 volumes. – Note: he wrote in two different diaries this year.


Series 31


John Cross – Miscellaneous personal papers. – 1936-1986, 2007. – The series consists of a small amount of correspondence, war records, plans for house renovations, and various a7 Ranche celebrations including the 1986 centennial.

M-9219-127 Miscellaneous correspondence. – 1936-1947
M-9219-128 Letter regarding A.E. Cross estate. – 1937
M-9219-129 Notebook kept while serving in the 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment. – 1941-1943. – Primarily regarding aircraft.
M-9219-130 Cross brothers and Frank McDonald agreement. – 1949
M-9219-131 a7 Ranche brand. – 1966. – Consists of correspondence about the origins of the brand and an invitation to the 80th anniversary celebrations for the ranch.
M-9219-132 Plans for a7 Ranche house renovations. – 1970
M-9219-133 Guestbooks. – 1976, and [ca. 1970s]. – 2 volumes. – Consists of a guestbook for the 90th anniversary celebration (1976), and a guestbook for an unidentified event.
M-9219-134 Letters from people invited to the a7 Ranche centennial celebrations. – 1986
M-9219-135 Guestbooks for a7 Ranche centennial. – 1986. – 2 volumes
M-9219-136 Newspaper clippings about the a7 Ranche centennial. – 1986
M-9219-137 Braehead. – 1986. – Consists of reviews and newspaper articles about the book written by Sherrill MacLaren.
M-9219-143 Reproduction of a Charles Russell painting. – 1948
M-9219-144 Invitation to wedding of John Leggat Cross and Shelley Alana Willson. – 2007