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Series 1 Austin de B. Winter law firm – Client Files. — 1914-1947
M-1942-1 Vause Foster. — 1922. — Re W.W. Knorr loan.
M-1942-2 Vause Foster. — 1925-1931. — Re mortgage, C.P.R. contract, crop share lease, tenant farmers.
M-1942-3 Vause Foster. — 1926-1934. — Re tax notices.
M-1942-4 Vause Foster. — 1931-1933. — Re mortgage, C.P.R. contract, crop share lease, tenant farmers.
M-1942-5 Vause Foster. — 1934-1936. — Re mortgage, C.P.R. contract, crop share lease, tenant farmers.
M-1942-6 Vause Foster. — 1934-1937. — Re taxes, crop reports.
M-1942-7 Vause Foster. — 1935-1936. — Re crop information and lease.
M-1942-8 Mrs. Hattie Worden. — 1922-1927. — Re creditors, estate matters.
M-1942-9 Mrs. Hattie Worden. — 1921. — Re I.S.G. Van Wart estate.
M-1942-10 The Trusts and Guarantee Company Ltd. — 1921-1936. — Re Edgar Menzies Guardianship.
M-1942-11 Mrs. A. E. Reed. — 1921-1922. — Re estate of Charles E. Booth.
M-1942-12 Mr. Thomas Pionek. — 1922-1924 and 1935. — Re Ralph L. Thompson, debtor.
M-1942-13 The Trusts and Guarantee Company Ltd. — 1921-1920. — Re I. S. G. Van Wart estate.
M-1942-14 I. S. G. Van Wart estate. — 1922-1926. — Re Exshaw Trading Company.
M-1942-15 I. S. G. Van Wart estate. — 1923-1925. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-16 Julia Etta Brown, deceased. — 1923-1925. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-17 Julia Etta Brown estate. — 1924. — Re succession duties.
M-1942-18 Julia Etta Brown, deceased. — 1924-1927. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-19 Julia Etta Brown, deceased. — 1926-1929. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-20 The Trusts and Guarantee Company. — 1923. — Re Douglas M. MacDonald Guardianship.
M-1942-21 Canadian Land and Ranche Company Ltd. — 1923-1924. — Re Redcliff Brick and Coal Company Ltd.
M-1942-22 Canadian Land and Ranche Company Ltd. — 1924-1926. — Re Redcliff Brick and Coal Company.
M-1942-23 Canadian Land and Ranche Company Ltd. — 1919-1926. — Re Redcliff Brick and Coal Company Ltd.
M-1942-24 Canadian Land and Ranche Company Ltd. — 1919-1926. — Re in liquidation; Redcliff Brick and Coal Company Ltd.
M-1942-25 The Royal Trust Company. — 1932-1940. — Re Edith K. Bennett trust.
M-1942-26 Mrs. Ada A. Nibbs. — 1927-1934. — Re De Mille Estate et al.
M-1942-27 Miss Agnes Margaret Watt. — 1914-1931. — Re Thomas Campbell agreement.
M-1942-28 Mrs. Edit Attfield. — 1915-1923. — Re general business.
M-1942-29 Edith Attfield. — 1915-1923. — Re Watt estate.
M-1942-30 John Emerson. — 1914-1933. — Re debt from Ernest G. Pescod.
M-1942-31 Henry Smith, deceased. — 1920-1929. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-32 Mrs. J. P. Jephson. — 1923-1925. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-33 J. P. J. Jephson, deceased. — 1916-1925. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-34 Wong Chung Company. — 1923-1933. — Re versus Wong Wing Bow. (1 letter in Chinese)
M-1942-35 Julia Etta Brown, estate. — 1924-1935. — Re Kenora property.
M-1942-36 H. S. Dougan. — 1925-1926. — Re C.P.R. contracts.
M-1942-37 Charles van der Velde. — 1932-1933. — Re grain sales, general business.
M-1942-38 Charles van der Velde. — 1935-1937. — Re Imperial Oil Ltd., C.P.R. leases, grain, etc.
M-1942-39 Charles van der Velde. — 1938-1939. — Re estate matters, U.S. Probate.
M-1942-40 Charles Edward Booth. — 1926. — Re estate matters, U.S. Probate.
M-1942-41 S. E. Lansfield – De Mills estate. — 1928. — Re Party Wall agreement.
M-1942-42 Mrs. Catherine Beaton. — 1928. — Re Miss Mary McBeath mortgage.
M-1942-43 Kenneth Sampson. — 1928-1929. — Re property transactions, crops, tenant farmers.
M-1942-44 Kenneth Sampson. — 1929-1932. — Re property transactions, taxes.
M-1942-45 Yearbook. — 1929.
M-1942-46 William McKenzie. — 1933. — Re Traders Trust Company.
M-1942-47 Hilda M. Fraser. — 1930-1931. — Re estate of J. A. W. Fraser.
M-1942-48 F. S. Long. — 1929-1930. — Re Rosedale coal and Clay Products.
M-1942-49 Jones, Chalk and Dawson. — 1929-1930. — Re estate of Mrs. Jessie Chapman, deceased.
M-1942-50 Russell W. Kennedy, Barrister. — 1929-1930. — Re estate of Mrs. Jessie Chapman, deceased.
M-1942-51 James G. Malcolm. — 1929-1930. — Re suit by Mrs. Kirstein.
M-1942-52 Norman Lewis. — 1928-1930. — Re Tony Heckle’s car accident.
M-1942-53 Edward Denison, deceased. — 1929-1934. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-54 John H. Evans. — 1929-1930. — Re estate of Rev. John Evans, deceased.
M-1942-55 R. W. Brunner. — 1930. — Re estate of J. S. Brunner, deceased.
M-1942-56 Mrs. Desdemona Gray. — 1929-1935. — Re estate of George of W. Gray, deceased.
M-1942-57 Mrs. Desdemona Gray. — 1936-1940. — Re estate of George W. Gray, deceased.
M-1942-58 Mrs. Desdemona Gray. — 1940-1946. — Re estate of George W. Gray, deceased.
M-1942-59 Trusts and Guarantee Co. Ltd. — 1930-1934. Re Gerow Van Wart settlement.
M-1942-60 John A. Leonard. — 1930. — Re agreement with Art Tile Manufacturing Company.
M-1942-61 G. H. O. Hairies. — 1929-1939. — Re rental of Kew property.
M-1942-62 Mrs. Hattie E. Worden. — 1930. — Re I. S. G. Van Wart Estate.
M-1942-63 Guy L. Hanson. — 1930. — Re collection from Archive Sukeroff.
M-1942-64 Audrey Van Wart. — 1930. — Re versus Dr. C. S. Mahood.
M-1942-65 Mel and Clifford Reed. — 1930. — Re claim against Paul Royer and Jas Brown.
M-1942-66 Miss M. M. Ritchie. — 1930-1932. — Re claim again Alex Harper.
M-1942-67 General Supplies Limited. — 1930-1932. — Re Jackson Auto Company.
M-1942-68 Lewis Paint Shop. — 1930. — Re collection.
M-1942-69 Thomas J. Thomas. — 1930-1937. — Re general correspondence, notes.
M-1942-70 Fred J. Green. — 1929-1930. — Seed Grain Lien on estate of P. J. Daly.
M-1942-71 Arthur C. Byron. — 1930. — Estate of C. R. Byron.
M-1942-72 Fred Green. — 1930. — Re lease of terrace.
M-1942-73 J. J. McKill estate. — 1928-1930. — Re claim by William Dobbie estate.
M-1942-74 Norman S. Rankin, deceased. — 1928-1931. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-75 Kristian Skibsted. — 1930-1932. — Re claim by the Mutual acceptance Corp.
M-1942-76 Lacombe Nurseries. — 1930-1932. Re H. Allan. Green.
M-1942-77 Mrs. Hattie Worden. — 1930. — Re I. S. G. Van Wart estate.
M-1942-78 Grace E. McInnis. — 1929-1930. — Re estate of John McInnis, deceased.
M-1942-79 Gerow Van Wart. — 1930-1937. — Re Trust fund.
M-1942-80 Mrs. Buchly. — 1930. — Re Rosedale Coal and Clay Products Co. Ltd.
M-1942-81 Gordon Sinclair. — 1930-1931. — Re Fred Aspden.
M-1942-82 George and Henrietta Riches. — 1930. — Re Earnest Riches Trust agreement.
M-1942-83 Edwin H. Jones. — 1930. — Re Robert Park versus Robina Crist.
M-1942-84 Henry K. Reed and Company Ltd. — 1930-1933. — Re in bankruptcy.
M-1942-85 A. S. Fallows. — 1931-1933. — Re general correspondence, notes.
M-1942-86 A. S. Fallows. — 1939-1941. — Re general correspondence, notes.
M-1942-87 C. W. Stratford. — 1930-1932. — Re estate of Martha A. Stratford.
M-1942-88 J. A. W. Fraser. — 1929-1936. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-89 R. J. Arthur. — 1930-1932. — Re claim by Crow’s Nest Pass Motors.
M-1942-90 Messrs Schull and Marquis, Barrister. — 1928-1930. — Re Rogers Lumber Yards versus L. Chaffee estate.
M-1942-91 Loren Chaffee, deceased. — 1930-1940. — Re estate matters, widow’s claim.
M-1942-92 William Gorman. — 1930-1940. — Re C.P.R. contract for land.
M-1942-93 S. E. Lancefield. — 1930-1940. — Re Ernie Lambert et al agreements.
M-1942-94 Mrs. Hattie E. Worden. — 1930. — Re I. S. G. Van Wart estate.
M-1942-95 Philemena Papillard. — 1932-1933.
M-1942-96 Philemena Papillard. — 1932-1933.
M-1942-97 Canadian National Livestock Records. — 1930. — Re stud books.
M-1942-98 Mercantile Collection Agency. — 1930-1934. — Re National Engraving Co. versus W. Cummer.
M-1942-99 Royal Trust Company. — 1930. — Re Sir John Langman estate.
M-1942-100 F. E. Richmond. — 1931. — Re Engineers’ and Firemans’ Association.
M-1942-101 Fred J. Green. — 1931-1935. — Re P. J. Daly estate.
M-1942-102 Gilbert E. Lund. — 1931-1932. Re Milfield Oil Co. Ltd.
M-1942-103 Mrs. Sarah Clowes. — 1931-1932. — Re Mrs. Mabel Mappen
M-1942-104 Alexander McInnes. — 1931. — Re Priddis and Millarville Agricultural Society.
M-1942-105 Richard Knights. — 1931. — Re Priddis and Millarville Agricultural Society.
M-1942-106 Mrs. Hattie Worden. — 1931-1935. — Re estate of Gerow Van Wart.
M-1942-107 H. Muriel Fraser. — 1930-1931. — Re estate of J. A. W. Fraser.
M-1942-108 Wilbur W. Silverthorn. — 1931-1934. — Re divorce.
M-1942-109 Cecil H. Lemarchand. — 1931. — Re automobile accident.
M-1942-110 Sydney G. Brown. — 1931. — Re automobile accident.
M-1942-111 Charles van der Velde. — 1931. — Re claim against W. A. Frieman.
M-1942-112 Thomas F. Bush. — 1931. — Re claim again Trail Smelter.
M-1942-113 Clarke Music Company. — 1931. — Re Francis J. Burns.
M-1942-114 Charles A. Green. — 1931. — Re George McLeod.
M-1942-115 John Harrison. — 1931. — Re Barbeque Kitchen lien agreement.
M-1942-116 John Munro. — 1931. — Re estate of William Munro.
M-1942-117 Douglas M. McDonald. — 1931-1932. — Re estate of Alex J. McDonald.
M-1942-118 Rosebud Co-operative. — 1931-1932. — Re Dominion Rubber Co. Ltd. claim.
M-1942-119 Carl Fischer. — 1931-1933. — Re collection from Donald May.
M-1942-120 Auto Wreckers and Salvage Ltd. — 1931. — Edmonton property.
M-1942-121 Hugh N. Turkington. — 1931. — Re agreement with Thomas J. Percival.
M-1942-122 Stephen Kostyniuk. — 1931-1937. — Re estate of John Kostyniuk.
M-1942-123 Steve Kostyniuk. — 1940. — Re Katie Kostyniuk divorce.
M-1942-124 Richard Knights. — 1931-1933. — Re claim against Conrad Deines.
M-1942-125 Georgina Hillman Richmond. — 1931. — Re Will.
M-1942-126 R. G. May. — 1931. — Re loan from Ada A. Nibbs.
M-1942-127 G. F. Dippie. — 1931. — Re Adams and Crowle account.
M-1942-128 K. P. Nielson – Palm Cafe. — 1931-1933. — Re mechanics lien.
M-1942-129 Dr. E. E. Wilson. — 1932. — Re John A. Tapley, debtor.
M-1942-130 L. R. Grant. — 1932. — Re Anderson Brothers farm.
M-1942-131 Specialty Manufacturing Company. — 1932. — Re George Chalmers, debtor.
M-1942-132 John W. Cummer. — 1932. — Re Collections.
M-1942-133 C.R. de la Vergne Company Ltd. — 1932-1933. — Re company business.
M-1942-134 C.R. de la Vergne Company Ltd. — 1933-1935. — Re company business, bond holders.
M-1942-135 Mrs. Sarah A. Causton. — 1931-1933. — Re will.
M-1942-136 Trusts and Guarantee Company. — 1932-1930. — Re estate of Pierre de Beaudrap.
M-1942-137 Trusts and Guarantee Company. — 1932-1934. — Re E.O.L. Dervaux, deceased.
M-1942-138 Mrs. Alice Lockhart. — 1932-1936. — Re Calgary and Vulcan property.
M-1942-139 Henry B. Alexander, deceased. — 1932-1936. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-140 Mrs. V. G. Shelley. — 1932. — Re claim against Duncan Shelley.
M-1942-141 Ada A. Nibbs. — 1932. — Re application for loan.
M-1942-142 Mrs. Ada Nibbs. — 1932. — Re applications for loans and mortgages.
M-1942-143 Mr. Jens K. Hanson. — 1932. — Re collection of loans.
M-1942-144 Agnes Margaret Watt. — 1932. Re versus Far West Lands Ltd.
M-1942-145 W. Herbert Langlois. — 1932-1933. — Re estate of Ada and John Millar.
M-1942-146 Andrew Anderson. — 1932-1933. — Re Hutterite brethren.
M-1942-147 W. W. Channell. — 1933. — Re Julia Trevelyan trust.
M-1942-148 R. K. Bennett. — 1930-1933. — Re Soldier Settlement Board.
M-1942-149 Richard Knights. — 1932-1933. — Re Fred F. Filteau, deceased.
M-1942-150 Edith F. Attfield and Agnes M. Watt. — 1933. — Re discharge of mortgage.
M-1942-151 R. N. Mangles. — 1933. — Re sale of property.
M-1942-152 Hilda M. Fraser. — 1933-1934. — Re rental properties.
M-1942-153 Andrew Anderson. — 1933-1935. — Re lease and sale of property.
M-1942-154 Christian Helen Jephson. — 1933. — Re Wm. J. Jephson, deceased.
M-1942-155 The Trusts and Guarantee Company. — 1933-1935. — Re estate of Ole Gregerson, deceased.
M-1942-156 F. W. Clark. — 1934. — Re estate of W. R. Clark versus S. S. Ellis.
M-1942-157 Frank W. Clarke. — 1939-1946. — Re estate of Samuel S. Ellis.
M-1942-158 William Campbell, deceased. — 1934-1936. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-159 Eric Mitchell. — 1934. — Re claims against Dr. Gordon and Pete Smith Motors.
M-1942-160 The Trust and Guarantee Company Ltd. — 1934-1935. — Re Premier Garage Ltd.
M-1942-161 W. J. Oliver. — 1934. — Re claim against Lawson and Jones Ltd.
M-1942-162 Adgar E. H. Green. — 1934. — Re investments in Alberta.
M-1942-163 Mr. A. Layzell. — 1934. — Re investments in Alberta.
M-1942-164 Margaret Morris. — 1934-1942. — Re estate of Dudley H. Morris.
M-1942-165 Dudley H. Morris, deceased. — 1925-1937. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-166 Andrew Anderson. — 1934. — Re purchase of Taprell Farm.
M-1942-167 Mrs. Christine McHarg. — 1934-1944. — Re estate of George McHarg, deceased.
M-1942-168 Mrs. Christine McHarg. — 1934-1938. — Re Capt. Angus Stalker estate.
M-1942-169 John L. Williams. — 1934-1935. — Re Mrs. E. C. Kingston.
M-1942-170 Sir Edward David Stern, deceased. — 1934-1942. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-171 John B. Williams, deceased. — 1902, 1934-1935. — re estate matters.
M-1942-172 Arthur Byron. — 1934-1935. — Re papers in J. P. Jephson’s files.
M-1942-173 Mrs. Emma Baker – Poland. — 1934-1941. — Re estate of Clarence F. Baker.
M-1942-174 Arthur F. Harvey. — 1935-1937. — Re Ilene St. Leger Harvey – divorce.
M-1942-175 John Cameron, deceased. — 1937-1946. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-176 Florence S. Harvey. — 1935-1941. — Re estate of Howard S. Baker.
M-1942-177 Florence Baker Harvey. — 1941-1944. — Re estate of Howard S. Baker.
M-1942-178 Frederica Fanny Perceval, deceased. — 1938-1940. — Re estate matters.
M-1942-179 B. F. Lundy. — 1935-1936. — Re A. Addison and J. H. Rogers – Oil leases.
M-1942-180 Henry Millar. — 1935. — Re estate of William King, deceased.
M-1942-181 Eric Mitchell. — 1935-1939. — Re Gladys Mitchell – divorce.
M-1942-182 R. L. Riegert. — 1935-1939. — Re C. S. Thompson – debtor.
M-1942-183 L. S. Egeland. — 1936. — Re re-entry into Canada.
M-1942-184 Mrs. Libby Oliver. — 1936. — Re re-entry into Canada.
M-1942-185 Beatrice Ida Wyndham. — 1935-1944. — Re estate of Ernest A. Wynham.
M-1942-186 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1934-1936. — Re general company business.
M-1942-187 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1936. — Re debts, sale of grain, livestock.
M-1942-188 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1936-1937. — Re debts, purchases, general business.
M-1942-189 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1936-1938. — Re Eastern Irrigation District.
M-1942-190 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1937. — Re Farmer’s Creditors Arrangement Act.
M-1942-191 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1937. — Re general company business, taxes.
M-1942-192 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1937. — Re general company business.
M-1942-193 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1931. — Re Agistment contracts.
M-1942-194 Williams Land and Livestock Company. — 1936-1938. — Re Outline of debts, payments, expenses etc.
M-1942-195 Arthur E. Black. — 1936. — Re claim against E. H. Telford.
M-1942-196 William Anderson. — 1936-1937. — Re birth certificate for entry into the U.S.A.
M-1942-197 R. J. Stringer. — 1937-1940. — Re separation agreement and divorce.
M-1942-198 Mrs. Helen V. Rowe. — 1936-1937. — Re Husband’s agreement.
M-1942-199 Gladys M. Lageson. — 1937-1938. — Re versus Home assurance Co.
M-1942-200 Norman S. Edgar. — 1937-1938. — Re estate of James G. Edgar, deceased.
M-1942-201 Norman S. Edgar. — 1938-1939. — Re estate of James G. Edgar, deceased.
M-1942-202 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1939. — Re purchase from David Dempster.
M-1942-203 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1937-1947. Re Calgary property.
M-1942-204 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne, Oil Agents. — 1935. — Re John Leckie, Magnet Service Station.
M-1942-205 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne, Oil Agents. — 1935. — Re David Dempster.
M-1942-206 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1938-1939. — Re agreement with Stanley Weber.
M-1942-207 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — Re Williard O. Bobson.
M-1942-208 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1930-1942. — Re partnership agreement.
M-1942-209 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1937-1942. — Re Weno Service Station.
M-1942-210 Messrs Campbell and Laybourne. — 1937-1939. — Re general matters.
M-1942-211 Toole Peet Trust Company. — 1938-1939. — Re estate of Arthur F. Hudson, deceased.
M-1942-212 Thomas Cheeseman. — 1938. — Re Gold Crown Co-operative Association Ltd.
M-1942-213 Oliver R. Booth. — 1938-1945. — Re Philip E. Sarsons – mortgage.
M-1942-214 Toole Peet Trust Company. — 1937-1939. — Re estate of E. M. Hudson and A. F. Hudson.
M-1942-215 Roy C. Thorpe. — 1939-1940. — Re claim against Samuel C. Brownstein.
M-1942-216 Harry Howard, deceased. — 1938. Re estate matters.
M-1942-217 Ada A. Nibbs, deceased. — 1939-1946. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-218 Mrs. J. A. W. Fraser. — 1923, 1945. — Re Fraser Oil Company.
M-1942-219 Mrs. B. Corbin. — 1939. — Re sale of wheat.
M-1942-220 The Trusts and Guarantee Company Ltd. — 1939-1946. — Re estate of Roy C. Thorpe.
M-1942-221 Ada L. H. Russell, deceased. — 1940-1942. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-222 Sterling Food Markets Ltd. — 1939-1940. — Re Reliance Storage Company claim.
M-1942-223 Elizabeth M. (Bird) McCarthy. — 1941-1942. — Re divorce, claim for dependants allowance.
M-1942-224 Mrs. Eliza A. Stone. — 1941-1945. — Re property transactions.
M-1942-225 Richard Stanton. — 1938-1946. — Re pension, will, settlement of estate.
M-1942-226 William J. Parkin. — 1943-1945. — Re John David Parkin, deceased.
M-1942-227 Walter Z. Marsh. — 1943-1946. — Re estate of Paul Stanton Clarke, deceased.
M-1942-228 E. A. Robbins. — 1943. — Re claim by Hudson’s Bay Company.
M-1942-229 Mrs. Lilliam Swarthfigure. — 1944-1945. — Re sale to Union Milk Company Ltd.
M-1942-230 The Royal Trust Company. — 1943-1944. — Re estate of E. K. Bennett.
M-1942-231 Edgar Reed. — 1944-1946. — Re estate of Margaret Currie.
M-1942-232 Mrs. Walter Holminski. — 1944. — Re estate of Gottfred Hager, deceased.
M-1942-233 Gerald Jacoby Searight. — 1944. — Re application to bring wife and child to U.S.A.
M-1942-234 Mrs. Leno Hanen. — 1944. — Re Fredrick Rumsey rent payments.
M-1942-235 Mrs. Minnie Berger. — 1944-1946. — Calgary General Hospital.
M-1942-236 Edward T. Barber. — 1944. — Re separation agreement.
M-1942-237 Mrs. Clifford E. Godlonton. — 1944. — Re property transfers.
M-1942-238 Pearl Carscallen. — 1944-1946. — Re estate of Shibley G. Carscallen, deceased.
M-1942-239 Frederika Marie Fulkerth. — 1945. — Re Jesse B. Fulkerth divorce action.
M-1942-240 Albert Lester Torsell. — 1945. — Re Clifford H. Carpenter divorce.
M-1942-241 Mrs. Mabel Carpenter. — 1945. — Re Clifford H. Carpenter divorce.
M-1942-242 John William Morfitt, deceased. — 1945-1946. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-243 Frank Bruder. — 1945. — Re estate of Henry Bruder.
M-1942-244 Elsie Violet Bruns. — 1945. — Re. August William Bruns divorce.
M-1942-245 Mrs. Helen Shafer. — 1945. — Re George I. Shafer divorce action.
M-1942-246 George W. Gray and Charles A. Gray. — 1886-1919. — Re personal papers.
M-1942-247 Eric Chaplin. — 1915. — Re estate of Niall Diarmid.
M-1942-248 Gilbert H. Rhodes. — 1920. — Re settlement of estate.
M-1942-249 George A. MacKenzie and Company. — 1927. — Re letters of incorporation.
M-1942-250 Canadian Pacific Railway. — 1930-1936. — Re telegrams.
M-1942-251 South Alberta Land Registration District. — 1930-1938. — Re accounts.
M-1942-252 List of dead files. — n.d.
M-1327-Box 38 Unprocessed legal papers. — [ca. 1914-1922]. — 12. 5 cm of textual records. — Please consult an Archivist before requesting.

Series 2

Law firm client accounts and office expenses. — 1930-1938

M-1942-253 Client accounts rendered statements. — 1930-1934
M-1942-254 Client accounts rendered statements. — 1935
M-1942-255 Office expenses. — 1930
M-1942-256 Office expenses. — 1936-1938
M-1942-257 Office expenses. — 1934

Series 3

Personal papers. — 1907-1940

M-1328 Austin de B. Winter. — 1907-1917 and n.d. — 8 items. — Consists of sketches; Christmas card; menu from banquet at Elks Hall; Calgary Canadian Club songsheet; membership card; notice of meeting for English Setter Club of America; note from George Foster giving permission to open safety deposit box; and biographical information about son, Laurence A. Winter.
M-1942-259 Personal papers. — 1916-1923
M-1942-260 Personal papers. — 1918-1919.
M-1942-261 Personal papers. — 1920-1921
M-1942-262 Personal papers. — 1920-1921
M-1942-263 Coaldale nursery. — 1921-1922
M-1942-264 Personal papers. — 1921-1922.
M-1942-265 Patmore Nursery Company. — 1921-1923. — Re trees.
M-1942-266 Lacombe Nursery. — 1921-1925. — Re trees.
M-1942-267 Gina Alberta Campbell. — 1921-1929. Re divorce.
M-1942-268 Personal papers. — 1922-1923.
M-1942-269 Personal papers. — 1922-1924
M-1942-270 Personal papers. — 1923
M-1942-271 General correspondence. — 1923
M-1942-272 Personal papers. — 1924-1926
M-1942-273 Personal papers. — 1924-1926
M-1942-276 Personal papers. — 1929-1935.
M-1942-278 Personal papers. — 1930.
M-1942-279 Miscellaneous. — 1930s
M-1942-280 Personal papers. — 1931
M-1942-281 Personal papers. — 1932.
M-1942-282 Personal papers. — 1933
M-1942-284 Personal correspondence. — 1936
M-1942-285 Personal correspondence. — 1936
M-1942-286 Correspondence. — 1936
M-1942-287 Car accounts and repairs. — 1936-1938
M-1942-288 Personal papers. — 1937.
M-1942-258 Household accounts. — 1938
M-1942-289 Personal papers. — 1940
M-1942-291 Calgary Herald newspaper clippings. — 1936-1937.
M-1942-292 Calgary Herald newspaper clippings. — 1937-1938.
M-1942-293 Calgary Herald newspaper clippings. — 1938-1939.
M-1942-290 The Albertan newspaper clippings. — 1939.

Series 4 Publications – Law journals, game magazines. — 1921-1943. — The series is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the pubication.
M-1942-294 The Alberta Gazette. — 1942.
M-1942-295 The Alberta Law Review. — 1930-1932.
M-1942-296 The Alberta Law Quarterly. — 1942.
M-1942-297 The All England Law Reports. — 1930-1942.
M-1942-298 American Field Sportsman magazine. — 1938-1939.
M-1942-299 L. L. Bean Manufacturers Inc. catalogue. — 1940.
M-1942-300 The Bench and Bar. — 1932-1934.
M-1942-301 Canada Law Reports. — 1933, 1942-1943.
M-1942-302 Canada Magazine. — 1933.
M-1942-303 The Canadian Bar Review. — 1932.
M-1942-304 Canadian Business Magazine. — 1941.
M-1942-305 The Canadian Finance. — 1942-1943.
M-1942-306 Canadian Life Assurance Co. — 1941.
M-1942-307 Canadian Miner. — 1934.
M-1942-308 Canadian National Railway Magazine. — 1937.
M-1942-309 Canadian Oil and Gas Company. — 1940.
M-1942-310 The Canadian Pacific – A History. — 1935.
M- 1942-311 The Chinook Shopper. — 1938.
M-1942-312 District Court Sittings for Alberta. — 1943.
M-1942-313 The Duck Decline in the Northwest. — 1935.
M-1942-314 The Financial Times. — 1936.
M-1942-315 The Fisheries New Bulletin. — 1934.
M-1942-316 The Flare. — 1940.
M-1942-317 Florida Bird Life. — 1931.
M-1942-318 The Fortnightly Law Journal. — 1931-1941.
M-1942-319 The Fortnightly Law Journal. — 1941-1943.
M-1942-320 The Game Act, 1932. — 1941.
M-1942-321 The Game Breeder. — 1921-1931.
M-1942-322 Game Trails in Canada. — 1939.
M-1942-323 The Historical Bulletin. — 1941-1943.
M-1942-324 The Hungarian Partridge. — 1934.
M-1942-325 Law Book Catalogue. — 1943.
M-1942-326 The Letter Review. — 1942.
M-1942-327 L. A. Times. — 1936.
M-1942-328 Louisiana Conservation Review. — 1931-1933.
M-1942-329 Louisiana Conservation Review. — 1934-1938.
M-1942-330 Louisiana Conservation Review. — 1938-1940.
M-1942-331 The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation. — 1936.
M-1942-332 The Mining Analyst. — 1937.
M-1942-333 National Association of Audubon Societies. — 1932.
M-1942-334 Norwell’s Perth Footwear. — 1921.
M-1942-335 Outdoor Life Magazine. — 1940.
M-1942-336 Petroleum Magazine. — 1942.
M-1942-337 Petroleum Equipment. — 1943.
M-1942-338 The Protection of Migratory Birds. — 1921.
M-1942-339 Review of Reviews. — 1936.
M-1942-340 Revised Table of Tax Reductions. — 1943.
M-1942-341 Shooting Times and British Sportsman. — 1926-1927.
M-1942-349 The Sporting Goods Catalogue. — 1923.
M-1942-342 Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd. Development. — n.d.
M-1942-343 Unemployment Insurance Act. — 1940.
M-1942-344 The U.F.A. magazine. — 1932-1934.
M-1942-345 The War. — 1940.
M-1942-346 Western Business Directory. — 1942.
M-1942-347 Western Canada Golf Championship. — 1925.
M-1942-348 Western Motordom. — 1930-1933.
M-1942-350 Miscellaneous publications. — 1921-1935.

Series 5 Game birds / Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1908-1959
M-1327-1 Hungarian partridge. — 1908-1918. — Consists chiefly of letters re importation and releases of Hungarian partridge (also known as grey partridge), including carbon copies of Austin de B Winter papers.
M-1327-2 Hungarian partridge. — 1919-1921.
M-1327-3 Hungarian partridge. — 1922.
M-1327-4 Hungarian partridge. — 1923. — Contains sketch of Hungarian partridge.
M-1327-5 Hungarian partridge. — 1924-26.
M-1327-6 Hungarian partridge. — 1928, 1929, 1931 and 1934.
M-1327-7 Hungarian partridge. — 1934. — Consists of correspondence re exchange of Hungarian partridge for pheasants from South Dakota.
M-1327-8 Hungarian partridge. — 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943 and 1946. — General correspondence.
M-1327-9 Pheasant trapping liberations. — 1945.
M-1327-10 Pheasant eggs shipped from Brooks. — 1945. — List shows destination.
M-1327-11 Ring-necked pheasant. — 1945. — Brooks area.
M-1327-12 Pheasants – distribution. — 1928. — Consists of invoices for pheasants imported from Oregon.
M-1327-13 Chinese ring-necked pheasant. — 1918.
M-1327-14 Chukar partridge. — 1940-1942.
M-1327-15 Bob-white quail. — 1926-32. — Includes price lists, 1929 and 1932, and directions for liberating quail.
M-1942-275 Purchase of birds. — 1929
M-1327-16 Rowan, Professor W. — 1927, 1941-1950. — Consists of correspondence with Professor Rowan, Department of Zoology, University of Alberta, Edmonton re numbers of birds in different areas, rabbits and grouse disease, questionnaire on animal cycles, etc.
M-1327-17 Conservation stamps. — 1942. — Consists of “Bird Stamps”, designed by Professor Rowan, newspaper clipping and form letter. These game stamps were issued as a private venture of the Science Association of University of Alberta with the co-operation of Alberta Provincial Game Department.
M-1327-18 Newspaper articles. — 1910-1959. — Consists of the following:

Shooting Regulations for Prairie Chickens. — August 28, 1941.


Must harvest Game Says Local Sportsman. (by Austin de B. Winters) (Calgary Herald. — April 20, 1943. — 2 copies).


Loud Protests Fill Alberta Air Over Hunting Ban. (Montreal Star. — May 8, 1943).


Game Situation in Alberta. (by Austin de B. Winters) (Calgary Herald. — May 11, 1943. — Also typed and written copies of article).


Biggest Breeding Stock of Ducks in Twenty years. (Calgary Herald. — June 14, 1943).


Extend Season for Sportsmen. (Within Our Borders. — October 1, 1959).


Wildlife is a Valuable Economic Asset. (Calgary Herald, n.d.)


High River Fish and Game Society Opposes Ban on Use of Pump Guns, n.d.

M-1327-19 Articles. — 1930-1955. — Consists of the following:

“Things to Think About” Conservation (Nature magazine. — November 1930 and 1931).


“The Hunting Season” editorial. (Nature magazine. — n.d.)


“Trees for Washington” editorial. (Nature magazine. — November 1931)


Mercy for Wild Creatures” editorial. (Nature magazine. — December 1931).


“Some Alberta Grouse and Certain Common Misnomers” Game Act Regulations for 1933.


“Co-operation for Game Profits”, by Seth Gordon. (The Country Gentleman. — September 1933).


“Some Observations on the Earlier Hungarian Partridge Season for 1934”, by Austin de B. Winter. — (2 copies).


“Concerning Hungarian Partridges and Shooters Also!” by Austin de B. Winter. — February 15, 1939.


“The Truth About Partridges”, by Austin de B. Winter. — February 1939.


Patterns Tell You Plenty”, by William Harden Foster. (Outdoor Life. — June 1940, p. 100).


“Some Facts About the Introduction of Hungarian Partridges into Alberta”, by Austin de B. Winter. (Game Trails in Canada. — July 1940). — (7 printed and 1 typed).


“Hungarian Partridge and Upland Game Birds or No Birds”, by Austin de B. Winter. (Albertan. — November 6, 1942).


“Game Flesh or Horse Meat”, by Austin de B. Winter. (Game Trails in Canada. — June 1943). — (1 printed, 2 typed and 1 typed sheet).


“Nature’s Balance”, mainly letter from Manly Miner. (Reprinted from Hunting and Fishing. — February 1949).


“Hunters Can Aid Research Into Game Bird Population Changes”, by Professor William F. Rowan. (Within Our Border. — October 1, 1953).


“The Flushing Bar”. (The Northwest Sportsman. — October 1950).


“Manly F. Miner Challenges Balance of Nature Theory”, by Manly F. Miner. (Reprint from May 1955 issue of Fur-Fish-Game. — May 1955.


“Balance of Nature”, by Alan B. Baker. (Reprint from The Sudbury Daily Star. — Thursday, August 25, 1955.


The Canadian Desert, by Major Duncan Stuart, K. C. — 1934.


The Ten-Year Cycle, by William F. Rowan. — 1947.


Partridges from Czecho-Slovakia, by J. Carlton Hunting. — n.d.


Fins, Feathers and Fur. (Official Bulletin of The Minnesota Game and Fish Commission. — March and June, 1915).


Hunting and Fishing in Canada. (Contains article by Jack Miner. — April, 1943).

M-1327-20 Addresses. — 1940-1945 and n.d. — Consists of the following:

“On using firearms”. (Talk given to members of Fish and Game Association, by Austin de B. Winter). — April 10, 1940.


“Cycles”. (Talk given by William F. Rowan to Saskatchewan Game League annual meeting. — 1942).


“Hungarian Partridges and the Grouse Cycle in Alberta”. — (Resume of an address given before the Alberta Fish and Game League at Calgary. — February 7, 1942). “Rabbits” – from Behind the Headlines Series – radio talk by William F. Rowan. (C.K.V.A. Radio. — January 26, 1944).


“Conservation: Professional and Amateur”. (Talk given by William Rowan to Alberta Fish and Game Association. — January 8, 1945).


“The Cycling Fraternity, Conundrum of Canadian Conservation”. (William Rowan. — n.d.).

M-1327-21 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1909-1911. — Consists of annual report, game laws, proposed introduction of chamoix, and routine correspondence.
M-1327-22 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1912 and 1913. — Consists of correspondence with Vancouver Gun Club, appointment of game guardians, prosecutions, boundaries of Rocky Mountains, Jasper and Waterton Lake parks, game act, etc.
M-1327-23 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1914-1916. — Consists of correspondence re suggested formation of angling association in Alberta, game act, etc.
M-1327-24 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1917 and 1918. — Consists of correspondence re increase of crows, magpies and coyotes, and routine correspondence.
M-1327-25 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1919 and 1920. — Consists of correspondence re sanctuary at Buffalo Lake, Prince of Wales pheasant, and routine matters.
M-1327-26 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1921. — Consists of correspondence re proposal to introduce California quail, game act amendments, and proposed drainage scheme in Alberta.
M-1327-27 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1922. — consists of correspondence re appointment of game guardians, proposed legislation on use of pumper magazine gun.
M-1327-28 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1923 and 1924. — Consists of correspondence regarding permits and routine matters.
M-1327-29 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1926, 1928 and 1929. — Consists of correspondence re sanctuary at Claresholm, proposed game prosecutions, game warden’s duties, etc.
M-1942-274 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1929. — Includes some dog breeding. — 1929
M-1942-277 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1929-1939. — Re information on birds, game and conservation.
M-1327-30 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1931-1933. — Consists of correspondence re hunting dogs and routine matters.
M-1327-31 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1934. — Consists of letters re appointment of game guardian, etc.
M-1942-283 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1935. — Includes conservation and dog breeding. — 1935
M-1327-32 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1940. — List of directors of Calgary Fish and Game Association 1940, crow campaign, etc.
M-1327-33 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1941 and 1942. — Consists of reports of Committee on Upland Game, hatching conditions, 1942, etc.
M-1327-34 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1943 and 1945. — Consists of Fish and Game Association Christmas poem and message, 1942. Correspondence with Jim McGhie, Brooks game bird licence figures, (1937-1943), Spring Pest campaign contributions, cyclic disease correspondence, etc.
M-1327-35 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1946. — Consists of Upland Game Division, correspondence re cultivation of headlands, game limits, etc.
M-1327-36 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — 1934-1946. — Alberta Fish and Game reports, resolutions and minutes.
M-1327-37 Alberta Fish and Game Association. — n.d. — Calgary Fish and Game Association membership card, pamphlet and receipt book.
M-1327-38 “Code of Ethics for the Hunter”. Junior Fish and Game Association.
M-1327-39 Minutes of Saskatchewan Fish and Game League. — 1935.
M-1327-40 Financial papers. — 1908-1940. — Consists of financial statements, Molson’s Bank cheque book, invoices for feed, advertising, liberations, etc.
M-1327-41 Inglewood Bird Sanctuary. — Consists of confidential memo. — 1941, and letter to D. J. Young. — 1929.
M-1327-42 Agreement with George Pickering, re wire-netting frames. — 1929.
M-1327-43 Chain letter to promote War Savings stamps. — 1944.
M-1327-44 Acts, Regulations and Pamphlets. — 1906-1941. — Consists of the following:

An Act respecting Fisheries and Fishing. — 1906.


The Game Act. (Being Chapter 14 of the Statutes). — 1907.


The Game Act. (Being Chapter 14 of the Statutes). — 1907, as amended by Chapter 20 of the Statues of 1908.


Migratory Birds. Convention Act (with amendments). — August 31, 1921.


The Game Act. (Being Chapter 27 of the Statutes). — 1936.


The Migratory Birds convention Act AND Federal Regulations for the Protection of Migratory Birds. — September 1, 1940.


The Alberta Gazette. Order in Council.


The Game Act. Open season on Ring-neck cock pheasants for a specified period permitted, subject to regulations. — October 3, 1940.


The Migratory Birds Convention Act and Federal Regulations for the Protection of Migratory Birds. — September 1, 1941.


Government of the province of Alberta Department of Lands and Mines. The Game Act. — 1941.


Special Fishery Regulations for the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the Northwest Territories. — October 14, 1907.


Pamphlet for Migratory Birds Convention Act, Prairie Provinces. — 1940.


Pamphlet for Winter Pest Destruction Campaign, Calgary Fish and Game Association. — 1940.

M-1327-45 Department of Agriculture poster re Game and Fur Regulations. — 1940.
M-1327-46 Menus. — 1942-1945.
M-1327-47 Senate Bill No. 444. — 1940. — Correspondence re above to stop persons using salmon eggs in fishing McKenzie and Blue Rivers, and their tributaries.
M-1327-48 Personal file. — 1925-1959. — Consists of account of hunting trip in Vulcan area. — n.d.; correspondence re articles submitted for publication and with Claude Sissons of Game Trails.
M-1327-49 Calgary Gun club. Membership card. — 1940, and president’s message. — 1941.
M-1327-50 Alberta Field Trials Club. — 1929-1933. — Consists of notices of meeting, notification re Dr. J. N. Gunn trophy, etc.
M-1327-51 Proclamation by Woodrow Wilson re protection of migratory birds. — 1913.
M-1327-52 Correspondence re Sunday shooting of crows and magpies. — 1927.
M-1327-53 Magpie trap design.
M-1327-54 Correspondence re song birds. — 1921.
M-1327-55 Pamphlet, United States Department of Agriculture. Officials and organizations concerned with wildlife protection. — 1931.
M-1327-56 Pump gun pamphlet and advertisement for “The Shooters Bible”. — 1940.
M-1327-57 Survey of Canadian Anglers and Hunters. — 1939. — Compiled by Hunting and Fishing in Canada.

Series 6 Photographs. — [1880s-1964]. — 428 photographs


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PA-1996 Views of Calgary, early pioneers, sports in Prince Albert. — [late 1880s-1930s]. — 25 photographs
PA-2503 Prince of Wales, the Winter family, dwellings, dogs, skating. — n.d. — 46 photographs
PA-3534 Portrait of William Dudley Ward. — 1946. — 1 photograph
PB-490 Group at Calgary golf club; portraits of judges Scott and McCarthy. — n.d. — 3 photographs
PD-151 Album of carte-de visite. — [late 1880s]. — 37 photographs
PE-36 Circuit photo of Calgary from the southeast. — [ca. 1912]. — 1 photograph
NA-1696-1 Portrait of Austin de B. Winter. — [ca. 1964]. — 1 photograph
NA-1702 Circuit photo of Calgary (copied in 6 sections), Prince Albert and Calgary personalities and views, including Laurence Clarke. — [1880s-1930s]. — 19 photographs.
NA-1898 Judge W. Roland Winter home in Calgary. — [ca. 1930s]. — 6 photographs. — Includes views of the house in both summer and winter.
NC-50 Royal visit, Stampede, sports, buildings, pheasants, Calgary and Banff views. — [ca. 1911-1922]. — 325 negatives (glass plate and acetate).