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Eric Harvie fonds

Business Correspondence

Series 1

Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1937-1974. – 1.38 m of textual records. – Series consists of memos with attached notes and correspondence sent to Eric Harvie while he was away from the office on business or his yearly trips. The memos, which were sent on almost a daily basis, informed Eric Harvie of various business and personal matters of interest. They were then annotated by Eric Harvie and returned to the office for action if indicated. Memos were sent primarily by George L. Crawford, partner in the legal firm Harvie, Arnold and Crawford and a director in various other Harvie family foundations and companies including Managers, Limited; J.R. Fish, accountant and director, Managers, Limited; Lois Forrest, secretary, Managers, Limited; Donald S. Harvie, son and director in various Harvie family foundations and companies including Western Leaseholds Limited; Lois I. MacLean, secretary, Harvie, Arnold and Crawford and Managers, Limited; Horace W. “Hod” Meech, director in various Harvie family foundations and companies including Western Leaseholds Limited and Managers, Limited; W.G.H. “Hugh” Robinson, accountant and various other positions, Managers, Limited; and E.J. “John” Slatter, lawyer and director, Managers, Limited. The first file in the series is likely incomplete, covering the years from 1937-1949. The series is complete from 1950-1974. — Arranged in chronological order.

G-1-1 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1937-1949
G-1-2 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January-March 1950
G-1-3 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – April-December 1950
G-1-4 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1951

G-1-5 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1952
G-1-6 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 22-March 24, 1953
G-1-7 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – April 17-April 22, 1953, May 14-June 6, 1953, September 29-October 6, 1953
G-1-8 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 18-February 26, 1954
G-1-9 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 1-March 24, 1954, September 16-September 23, 1954, November 15-November 18, 1954
G-1-10 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 18-February 15, 1955
G-1-11 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 2-March 23, 1955
G-1-12 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – August 15-September 7, 1955
G-1-13 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 13-February 15, 1956
G-1-14 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 16-March 19, 1956
G-1-15 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – April 12-April 30, 1956
G-1-16 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – May 1-May 15, 1956
G-1-17 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – June 18-June 22, 1956
G-1-18 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – August 13-September 12, 1956
G-1-19 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – November 6-November 13, 1956.
G-1-20 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 21-February 15, 1957
G-1-21 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 18-February 26, 1957
G-1-22 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – June 13-June 19, 1957
G-1-23 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – August 19-October 4, 1957
G-1-24 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – November 21-December 9, 1957
G-1-25 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 22-March 12, 1958
G-1-26 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 13-April 7, 1958
G-1-27 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – May 5-May 7, July 16-July 25, August 5-August 15, 1958
G-1-28 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 6-November 24, 1958
G-1-29 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – November 25, 1958-January 2, 1959
G-1-30 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 26-February 27, 1959
G-1-31 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 2-April [8], 1959
G-1-32 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – June 19-July 2, August 3-18, 1959
G-1-33 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 26-December 4, 1959
G-1-34 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January [18]-February 12, 1960
G-1-35 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 15-March 11, 1960
G-1-36 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 14-April 8, 1960
G-1-37 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – August 12-September 16, 1960
G-1-38 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 19-October 18, 1960
G-1-39 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 19-November 22, 1960
G-1-40 Notes and photographs. – August-September 1960
G-1-41 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 30-March 1, 1961
G-1-42 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 2-April 11, 1961
G-1-43 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 18-October 6, 1961
G-1-44 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 10-October 31, 1961
G-1-45 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 23-February 28, 1962
G-1-46 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – March 1-March 30, 1962
G-1-47 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 4-October 1, 1962
G-1-48 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 2-October 23, 1962
G-1-49 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 24-November 9, 1962
G-1-50 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1962. – Includes miscellaneous notes and cables.
G-1-51 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 28-March 29, 1963
G-1-52 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 24-December 29, 1963. – Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-53 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – January 5-January 31, 1964. – Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-54 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 1-April 23, 1964. – Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-55 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 22, 1964-March 12, 1965. Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-56 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 22-March 12, 1965
G-1-57 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 27-October 14, 1965
G-1-58 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 17, 1965-March 18, 1966
G-1-59 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – September 16, 1966-March 13, 1967
G-1-60 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – August 22-September 5, 1967
G-1-61 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 10, 1967-April 3, 1968
G-1-62 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1967-1968. – Includes miscellaneous notes and comments on returned memos by Eric Harvie.
G-1-63 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 10, 1968-February 13, 1969
G-1-64 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – February 18-April 24, 1969
G-1-65 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1968-1969. – Includes miscellaneous notes and comments on returned memos by Eric Harvie.
G-1-66 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 29-November 4, 1969. – Includes miscellaneous notes and comments on returned memos by Eric Harvie.
G-1-67 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 2, 1969-April 10, 1970
G-1-68 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1969-1970. – Includes miscellaneous notes and comments on returned memos by Eric Harvie.
G-1-69 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – October 2-October 7, 1970
G-1-70 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 2, 1969-April 8, 1971
G-1-71 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – 1970-1971. – Includes miscellaneous notes and comments on returned memos by Eric Harvie.
G-1-72 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 2, 1971-April 6, 1972
G-1-73 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 4, 1972-April 12, 1973
G-1-74 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when out-of-town. – December 4, 1973-April 5, 1974

Series 2

Memos, notes and correspondence- General. – 1955-1974. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of miscellaneous interoffice memos, notes and correspondence sent to and from Eric Harvie and various staff working for Harvie family foundations and companies. — Arranged in chronological order.

G-1-75 Memos, notes and correspondence- General. – July 1955-June 1956
G-1-76 Memos, notes and correspondence – General. — July 1956-December 1959
G-1-77 Memos, notes and correspondence – General. – 1960-1962
G-1-78 Memos, notes and correspondence – General. – 1963-1966
G-1-79 Memos, notes and correspondence – General. – 1967-1968
G-1-80 Memos, notes and correspondence – General. – 1969-1974

Series 3

Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – 1963-1974. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of memos, notes and correspondence sent to Eric Harvie by his executive staff advising him of various business matters when he was in-town.

G-1-81 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – May 16, 1963-June 28, 1963. – Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-82 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 26, 1974-August 12, 1974. – Includes reports from E.J. Slatter.
G-1-83 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – 1966-1972. – Includes memos from J.R. Fish.
G-1-84 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 29, 1969-November 26, 1969. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.
G-1-85 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 13, 1970-November 27, 1970. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.
G-1-86 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 12, 1971-November 25, 1971. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.
G-1-87 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 10, 1972-November 29, 1972. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.
G-1-88 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 13, 1969-November 13, 1973. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.
G-1-89 Memos, notes and correspondence to Eric Harvie when in-town. – April 10, 1974-September 27, 1974. – Includes memos from H.W. Meech.

Series 4

Day files. – 1960-1974. – 62.5 cm. – Series consists of copies of all out-going business correspondence written by Eric Harvie or on his behalf. Series is complete for the time period. – Arranged in chronological order.

G-1-90 Day file. – January-June 1960
G-1-91 Day file. – July-December 1960
G-1-92 Day file. – January-June 1961
G-1-93 Day file. – July-December 1961
G-1-94 Day file. – January-June 1962
G-1-95 Day file. – July-December 1962
G-1-96 Day file. – January-April 1963
G-1-97 Day file. – May-December 1963
G-1-98 Day file. – 1964
G-1-99 Day file. – January-July 1965
G-1-100 Day file. – August-December 1965
G-1-101 Day file. – January-March 1966
G-1-102 Day file. – April-May 1966
G-1-103 Day file. – June-August 1966
G-1-104 Day file. – September-December 1966
G-1-105 Day file. – January-March 1967
G-1-106 Day file. – April-June 1967
G-1-107 Day file. – July-September 1967
G-1-108 Day file. – October-November 15, 1967
G-1-109 Day file. – November 16-December 1967
G-1-110 Day file. – January-March 1968
G-1-111 Day file. – April-July 1968
G-1-112 Day file. – September October 1968
G-1-113 Day file. – November-December 1968
G-1-114 Day file. – 1969
G-1-115 Day file. – 1970
G-1-116 Day file. – 1971
G-1-117 Day file. – 1972
G-1-118 Day file. – 1973
G-1-119 Day file. – 1974

Foundations, Companies, Directorates

Series 5

Glenbow Foundation. – 1957-1973. – 94 cm of textual records. – The Glenbow Foundation, a charitable organization established by Eric Harvie, was incorporated May 11, 1954 and commenced operations June 1, 1955. It’s purpose was to collect, preserve and display material relating to the human and natural history of Western Canada. The material included art works, books, documents, photographs and objects. Although the Glenbow Foundation continued to exist until 1973, it’s operations were taken over by the Glenbow-Alberta Institute which was incorporated in 1966 when Harvie gave the collections to the people of Alberta. — Series consists of miscellaneous general correspondence relating to Foundation matters; budget statements; policy matters; files for Administration, Archeology, Archives, Art, Library, Museum and Public Relations departments; reports contracted by Harvie on various other charitable organizations, museums and the Glenbow Foundation; files on individual collecting “scouts”in various locations; collections files; historical notes on the Glenbow Foundation; operational rules for the Foundation; and files relating to the establishment of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute.

G-1-120 Glenbow Foundation – Clifford P. Wilson. – 1956-1960. – Consists of correspondence regrading employment of Clifford P. Wilson as Director, Western Canadiana Division of the Glenbow Foundation.
G-1-121 Glenbow Foundation – General. – 1957-1960. – Includes miscellaneous notes and correspondence re Glenbow Foundation matters.
G-1-122 Glenbow Foundation – General. – 1961-1962. – Includes miscellaneous notes and correspondence re Glenbow Foundation matters.
G-1-123 Glenbow Foundation – General. – 1963-1966. – Includes miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow Foundation matters.
G-1-124 Glenbow Foundation – General. – 1969-1973. – Includes miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow Foundation matters.
G-1-125 Glenbow Foundation – Budgets and balance sheets. – April 2,1970-February 28, 1973. – For year ending February 28, 1971 to month ending January 31, 1973.
G-1-126 Glenbow Foundation – Policy matters. – 1971
G-1-127 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – General. – 1959-1962
G-1-128 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – General. – 1963-1964. – Includes semi-monthly reports of Executive Director, Colonel G.B. Greene and Administrator C.A. Masur.
.G-1-129 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – Weekly meetings. – 1959-1960. – Includes memos to Eric Harvie reporting on matters discussed at weekly meetings attended by executives and department heads.
G-1-130 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – Weekly meetings. – 1961. – Includes memos to Eric Harvie reporting on matters discussed at weekly meetings attended by executives and department heads.
G-1-131 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – Weekly meetings. – 1962. – Includes memos to Eric Harvie reporting on matters discussed at weekly meetings attended by executives and department heads.
G-1-132 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Administration – Weekly meetings. – January 2, 1963-May 30, 1963. – Includes memos to Eric Harvie reporting on matters discussed at weekly meetings attended by executives and department heads.
G-1-133 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Archaeology – General. – 1963-1967. – Includes reports from department staff R.G. Forbis on Archaeology Department activities and D.R. King on the Seebe Cairn Site.
G-1-134 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Archives – General. – 1957-1967. – Includes Hugh A. Dempsey’s notes on Blackfoot medicines and Blackfoot Bow Game.
G-1-135 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Art – General. – 1957-1963
G-1-136 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Art – Elisabeth Rungius Fulda. – 1963-1967
G-1-137 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Art – Ben Enwonwu. – 1964-1965
G-1-138 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Library – General. – 1957- 1967
G-1-139 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Museum – General. – 1957-1965
G-1-140 Glenbow Foundation-Alberta Government Museum. – 1964-1965. – Consists of correspondence regarding opening ceremonies and publicity for opening ceremonies held December 16, 1964.
G-1-141 Glenbow Foundation-Alberta Government Museum. – 1964. – Consists of speeches made at opening ceremonies held December 16, 1964. Also includes photographs.
G-1-142 Glenbow Foundation-Alberta Government Museum. – 1964. – Includes invitation lists for opening ceremonies held December 16, 1964.
G-1-143 Glenbow Foundation-Alberta Government Museum. – 1964. – Includes invitations accepted and declined for opening ceremonies held December 16, 1964.
G-1-144 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Public Relations – General. – 1963. – Includes transcript of story told by Rudyard Kipling to the patients at the Canadian Red Cross hospital at Taplow, Cliveden, England, in February, 1918.
G-1-145 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Public Relations – Monthly reports. – May, 1962-October, 1964. – Includes reports submitted to Eric Harvie from George H. Gooderham, public relations officer.
G-1-146 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Public Relations – Visitors to Glenbow, 1962-1966. – Includes thank you letters from school children.
G-1-147 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Public Relations – Visitors to Heritage Park, 1966. – includes thank you letters from school children.
G-1-148 Glenbow Foundation – Departments – Authority for outside work granted to Foundation employees. – 1965-1966
G-1-149 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – E.J. Madill – General. – 1964-1965. – Includes correspondence regarding terms of contract with Edwin J. Madill to survey and report on operations in Calgary and the immediate vicinity of boys’ and girls’ clubs, senior citizens’ facilities, organizations for mentally and physically handicapped children and adults and other charitable organizations.
G-1-150 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – E.J. Madill – Reports. – 1964-1965. – Includes reports done on the following organizations: Alberta Children’s Hospital, Boys’ Clubs of Calgary, Calgary Old Folks Home, Canadian Council of Christians and Jews, Emerald Children’s Home, Glenbow Foundation, John Birch Society, John Howard Society, Kiwanis Club, Lacombe Home, Providence Creche, Rotary Club, Salvation Army, Young Men’s Christian Association, and Young Women’s Christian Association.
G-1-151 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – H.F. Chritchley – Museum reports. – 1965. – Includes reports prepared by Harold F. Chritchley on various museums and private collections in southern Alberta and Montana. Alberta museums and private collections included are Altamont Museum (Milk River), Baden’s Service Station (Mirror), Charles and Ora Card Home and Museum (Cardston), Czar Museum, Dinosaur Provincial Park (Paticia), Driftwillow Ranch (Stavely), Drumheller Museum, Mr. Embree (Castor), F.W. Romeril Museum (Cardston), Mr. and Mrs. Gibson (Nevis), High River Museum, Mr. Hill (Camrose), Homestead Museum (North Drumheller), Little Bow Museum (Vulcan), McKeage & Garratt Hardware (Nanton), North West Mounted Police Museum (Fort Macleod), Mr. Sanderson (Cayley), Mr. Seymour (Claresholm), Sir John A. Macdonald Museum (Carbon), Kent Taylor (Langdon Corners), Western Farm Equipment Ltd. (Nanton) and G. Williams (Claresholm). Montana museums included are Bob Scriver Museum of Montana Wildlife (Browning), Central Montana Museum (Lewistown), Fort Benton Museum, General Custer Musem and Western Art Gallery (Billings), Madison City Museum (Virginia City), Montana Historical Museum (Helena), Museum of the Plains Indian (Browning), Sod-Buster Museum (70 miles east of Great Falls), Thomson Hockman Memorial Museum (Virginia City), and Yellowstone County Historical Museum (Billings).
G-1-152 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – H.F. Chritchley – Museum reports. – 1965. – Includes photographs and brochures to accompany some of the reports above.
G-1-153 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – Proposed Objectives and Program for Phase 2 Development. – April 1965. – Prepared for Glenbow Foundation Board of Directors by E. John Slatter.
G-1-154 Glenbow Foundation – Reports – Various on Glenbow Foundation. – 1966-1967. – Includes reports on various aspects of Glenbow Foundation by staff and outside consultants.
G-1-155 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – Peter Cotton (Victoria, B.C.). – 1963
G-1-156 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – John Gilroy (London, England). – 1954-1964
G-1-157 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – Dr. T.J. Honeyman (Glasgow, Scotland). – 1957-1968
G-1-158 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – H. Russell Robinson (Tower of London). – 1961-1968
G-1-159 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – Robert Wotherspoon (Inverness, Scotland) – General. – 1957-1967
G-1-160 Glenbow Foundation – Scouts – Robert Wotherspoon (Inverness, Scotland) – Shipments to Canada. – 1959-1969
G-1-161 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – General. – 1953-1966
G-1-162 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Royal United Service Museum. – 1962-1963. – Includes correspondence regrading Wolseley collection.
G-1-163 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Royal United Service Museum. – 1964-1972. – Includes correspondence regarding Wolseley collection.
G-1-164 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Col. J.F. Macleod’s personal letters. – 1965-1966. – Includes correspondence regarding James Farquarson Macleod’s personal letters acquired by the Glenbow Archives.
G-1-165 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Art – General. – 1953-1954
G-1-166 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Art – General. – 1955-1961
G-1-167 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Art – J.A. Simpson. – 1956-1962
G-1-168 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Museum – General. – 1962-1964
G-1-169 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Museum – Agricultural – General. – 1963
G-1-170 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Museum – Agricultural – R.C.A.F. Claresholm (Proposal). – 1963-1966
G-1-171 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Museum – Agricultural – Lincoln Park. – 1964-1967
G-1-172 Glenbow Foundation – Collections – Museum – Agricultural – Lincoln Park. – 1964-1967. – Includes plans which accompany Lincoln Park file.
G-1-173 Glenbow Foundation – Historical notes. – 1956- 1964
G-1-174 Glenbow Foundation – Historical notes. – 1956- 1964. – Includes photographs and brochures which accompany Historical notes file.
G-1-175 Glenbow Foundation – Operational rules. – September 1963-November 1966. – Includes standing operational rules for the Foundation to standardize procedures, improve efficiency and acquaint personnel with routine instructions. Divided into two parts – Part I for General Distribution and Part II for Restricted Distribution (Department Heads only).
G-1-176 Glenbow Foundation – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. – August 1964-January 1966. – Notes and correspondence re background to establishment of Glenbow-Alberta Institute.
G-1-177 Glenbow Foundation – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. – June 1965-January 1966. – Includes Howard W. “Hod” Meech file of notes and correspondence regrading background to establishment of Glenbow-Alberta Institute.
G-1-178 Glenbow Foundation – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. – October 1965-February 1966. – Includes Howard W. “Hod” Meech file of notes and correspondence regarding background to establishment of Glenbow-Alberta Institute. Also includes several drafts of proposed legislation.
G-1-179 Glenbow Foundation – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. – January 1966. – Includes background information on Harvie Foundation and Glennbow Foundation and copy of Draft Act to establish the Glenbow-Alberta Institute.

Series 6

Glenbow-Alberta Institute. – 1966-1975. – 1.38 m of textual records. – The Glenbow-Alberta Institute was formed by an Act of the Legislature in 1966 when Eric Harvie gave the Glenbow Foundation’s collection to the people of Alberta. The Institute comprises a museum, art gallery, library and archives and operated the Luxton Museum in Banff, Alberta until 1992. It’s objectives are to promote and encourage the acquisition and diffusion of the knowledge of humanity, the arts, and history, and to serve Alberta’s educational and cultural needs. – Series consists of notes and correspondence re Glenbow-Alberta Institute matters including the Act and by-laws; gift to the Province and related publicity; reorganization; new building and long-range plans. Also includes annual reports; monthly reports from Executive Director/Executive Vice- President; monthly reports from various departments; minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings; and financial statements and budgets.

G-1-180 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Act and by-laws. – March 1966-August 1968. – Consists of Discussion draft of By-law Number 1; index to amalgamation of act and by-laws; and notes regrading changes to By-law Number 1.
G-1-181 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Act and by-laws. – September 1969-March 1971. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding changes to Articles of Association-Glenbow Foundation; and amendments to the Glenbow-Alberta Institute Act (assented to April 15, 1966).
G-1-182 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Act and by-laws. – April 1971-April 1972. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding changes to Glenbow- Alberta Institute By-law Number One.
G-1-183 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – General. – August 1964-June 1968. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow- Alberta Institute matters. Includes some audited financial statements for Glenbow Foundation and Glenbow-Alberta Institute.
G-1-184 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – General. – January- June 1969. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow-Alberta Institute matters.
G-1-185 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – General. – July- December 1969. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow- Alberta Institute matters. Includes copy of third annual report for the year ending February 28, 1969.
G-1-186 lberta Institute – General. – February 1970- December 1972. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow- Alberta Institute matters.
G-1-187 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – General. – February 1973-January 1975. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow- Alberta Institute matters. Includes copy of exhibition catalogue “Glenbow Collects: An Exhibition” with notes and corrections done by Eric Harvie.
G-1-188 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Memos sent to Mr. Harvie. – August 1969-January 1974
G-1-189 Glenbow-Alberta Insitute – Mr. Harvie’s file of personal notes. – August 1969-January 1974
G-1-190 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence regarding Chairman. – 1969-1974
G-1-191 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence regarding Directors and various committees. – 1969
G-1-192 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence regarding Governors. – 1969-1972
G-1-193 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence with N.D. McDermid. (Chairman of Board of Governors). – February 1967-October 1969
G-1-194 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence with J.C. Mahaffy (Chairman of Board of Governors). – November 1969-November 1970
G-1-195 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence with W.D.C. Mackenzie (Chairman of Board of Governors). – November 1970-September 1974
G-1-196 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Art Gallery – Opening. – May-October 1969
G-1-197 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Art Gallery & Art Committee. – September 1969-July 1973
G-1-198 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Art Gallery – Schedules. – October 1969-December 1970
G-1-199 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual reports. – 1967-1971. – Published copies of first, third, fourth and fifth annual reports and related correspondence. Second annual report for 1968 is missing.
G-1-200 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual reports. – 1972-1974 . – Published copies of sixth, seventh, and eighth annual reports and related correspondence.
G-1-201 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual General Assemblies. – 1970. – Consists of correspondence regarding Annual General Assembly held October 15, 1970.
G-1-202 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual General Assemblies. – 1971. – Consists of correspondence regarding Annual General Assembly held October 19, 1971.
G-1-203 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual General Assemblies. – 1972. – Consists of correspondence regarding Annual General Assembly held June 6, 1972.
G-1-204 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Annual General Assemblies. – 1973. – Consists of correspondence regarding Annual General Assembly held June 15, 1973.
G-1-205 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Executive Director. – January 16, 1969-January 14, 1970. – For the months ending December 1968 to December 1969.
G-1-206 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Executive Director. – February 4, 1969-June 15, 1970. – For the months ending January 1970 to May 1970.
G-1-207 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Executive Director. – July 7, 1970- January 14, 1971. – For the months ending June 1970 to December 1970.
G-1-208 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Executive Vice-President. – March 15, 1973- December 31, 1973. – For the months ending January/February 1973 to December 1973.
G-1-209 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – February 10, 1969-January 10, 1970. – For the months ending January 1969 to December 1969.
G-1-210 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – April 9, 1970-January 5, 1971. – For the months ending March 1970 to December 1970. Reports for January 1970 and February 1970 are missing.
G-1-211 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – February 2, 1971- October 2, 1971. – For the months ending January 1971 to December 1971.
G-1-212 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – November 10, 1971- April 13, 1972. – For the months ending October 1971 to March 1972.
G-1-213 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – May 8, 1972- October 18, 1972. – For the months ending April 1972 to September 1972.
G-1-214 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – October 16, 1972- January 17, 1973. – For the months ending October 1972 to December 1972.
G-1-215 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – [February] 1973- [January] 1974. – For the months ending January 1973 to December 1973.
G-1-216 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Monthly reports – Departments. – [February] 1974- [January] 1975. – For the months ending January 1974 to November 1974.
G-1-217 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – A.T. Baker (President). – December 1969-January 1974
G-1-218 Glenbow-Alberta Institue – G.C. Hamilton (President). – November 1973-February 1974. Consists of notes, correspondence and copies of Glenbow policy statements.
G-1-219 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Provincial Museum and Archives. – March 1971-August 1973. Consists of notes and correspondence regarding Provincial Museum and Archives.
G-1-220 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Mineralogy collection. – 1970-1971
G-1-221 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – March 1972. – Proposed Building submission by A. Dale & Associates – architects, engineers and town planning consultants.
G-1-222 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – April 1972. – Proposal for Project Coordination Services from Techman Ltd.
G-1-223 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – [April] 1972. – Submission by H.W. Klassen & Associates, proposed mechanical-electrical engineers for the project and submission by Rybka, Smith and Ginsler Limited, proposed special consulting engineers on the project.
G-1-224 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – 1970-February 1972. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding new building for Glenbow Museum.
G-1-225 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – March-June 1972. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding new building for Glenbow Museum.
G-1-226 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – August 1972-August 1973. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding new building for Glenbow Museum.
G-1-227 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – New building. – [October] 1973. – Consists of promotional information package on Calgary Convention Centre.
G-1-228 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Reorganization. – July 1968-April 1970. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding reorganization of Glenbow Foundation and Glenbow-Alberta Institute. Includes report from Charles A. Kench and Associates on Employee Group Insurance, some job descriptions and salary ranges.
G-1-229 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Reorganization. – June 1973-January 1974. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow-Alberta Institute and Provincial Museum and Archives.
G-1-230 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Glenbow Museum Five Year Plan 1970-1975. – June 1969. – Consists of report prepared by Michael S. Evick regarding museum exhibits. Also included is previously compiled “Museum Guide Information” for interpreting the exhibits.
G-1-231 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Long-range plans. – May 1971, February 1974. – Consists of notes for discussion prepared by John H. Hammond on long-range plans for Glenbow; and notes for discussion prepared by G.C. Hamilton on Glenbow’s future.
G-1-232 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Museumobile. – 1969-1973. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding Glenbow Museum’s mobile exhibit program.
G-1-233 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Canada Council. – 1971-1972. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding application for funding from Canada Council.
G-1-234 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – National and provincial policy on museums. – 1971. – Consists of brief submitted to Secretary of State, Honourable Gerard Pelletier, in response to his eleven point suggestion made in his speech of February 16, 1971 and related correspondence.
G-1-235 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Ministry of Culture, Youth and Recreation. – 1971. – Includes copy of A New Cultural Policy for the Province of Alberta sent to Eric Harvie by A. Holowach, Minister of Culture, Youth and Recreation.
G-1-236 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Correspondence and minutes of meetings between Foundation and Province. – 1964-1967
G-1-237 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Gift to Province. – 1966. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding presentation of gift to Province. Includes Alberta Government photographs taken of the occasion.
G-1-238 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Gift to Province. – 1966. – Consists of press clippings regarding Harvie family gift to Province and thank you letters. Includes photograph taken by The Albertan and published May 26, 1966.
G-1-239 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Complimentary memberships. – January 1968-November 1969. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding memberships to Glenbow Museum, compliments of Eric Harvie. Includes some copies of Glenbow, a publication of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute.
G-1-240 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Sale of Luxton Museum and Eric Harvie gift. – October 1968-January 1969. – Consists of notes and correspondence regarding sale of Luxton Museum to Glenbow-Alberta Institue with personal financial assistance from Eric Harvie.
G-1-241 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1966-1969. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-242 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1970. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-243 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1971. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-244 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1972. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-245 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1973. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-246 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Minutes and agendas. – 1974-1975. – Consists of notices of meetings, minutes and agendas for Board of Governors and Executive Committee meetings.
G-1-247 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – June 1968-December 1969. – Consists of monthly financial statements for the months ending June 1968-December 1969.
G-1-248 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – June 1968-December 1969. – Consists of related notes and reports.
G-1-249 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – January 1970-December 1970. – Consists of monthly financial statements for the months ending January 1970-December 1970 and related notes and reports.
G-1-250 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – January 1971-December 1971. – Monthly financial statements for the months ending January 1971-December 1971 and related notes and reports.
G-1-251 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – January 1972-December 1972. – Consists of monthly financial statements for the months ending January 1972-December 1972 and related notes and reports.
G-1-252 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – January 1973-December 1973. – Consists of monthly financial statements for the months ending January 1973-December 1973 and related notes and reports.
G-1-253 Glenbow-Alberta Institute – Financial statements and budgets. – January 1974-October 1974. – Consists of monthly financial statements for the months ending January 1974-October 1974 and related notes and reports.

Series 7

Riveredge Foundation. – December 24,1968- August 8, 1974. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – The Riveredge Foundation was established by Eric Harvie in 1967 to collect, preserve and display works of art, and cultural and natural history items; and to encourage a knowledge of pre-history by supporting archaeological surveys and digs and the acquisition of artifacts from such projects for research and study. – Series consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Riveredge activities; and Eric Harvie’s copies of Riveredge Foundation monthly reports. Reports were submitted by various staff members including H.W. “Hod” Meech, president; Harold F. Chritchley, manager; George H. Gooderham, assistant to president; Robert L. Anderson, lepidopterist; Tom Baines, education officer; and Carl Altenhof, maintenance man. Series of monthly reports are complete for time period. Arranged in chronological order.

G-1-254 Riveredge Foundation – General. – December 24, 1968-September 28, 1973. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence regarding Riveredge Foundation activities.
G-1-255 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – January 22, 1969-January 8, 1970. – For months ending December 31, 1968 to December 31, 1969.
G-1-256 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – February 12, 1970-January 7, 1971. – For months ending January 31, 1970 to December 31, 1970.
G-1-257 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – February 4, 1971-January 6, 1972. – For months ending January 31, 1971 to December 31, 1971.
G-1-258 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – January 3, 1972-January 5, 1973. – For months ending January 31, 1972 to December 31, 1972.
G-1-259 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – February 6, 1973-January 7, 1974. – For months ending January 31, 1973 to December 31, 1973.
G-1-260 Riveredge Foundation – Monthly reports. – February 8, 1974-August 8, 1974. – For months ending January 31, 1974 to July 31, 1974.

Series 8

Ace Foundation. – October 1968-September 1974. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – The Ace Foundation was incorporated in 1968 for the purpose of operating mobile educational and cultural exhibits throughout Alberta. To achieve this purpose, the Foundation acquired six trailers and three tractors to house and transport the displays. The name was changed to Candev Foundation and the original organization dissolved in 1974. – Series consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules and invitations to visit the caravans; as well as monthly reports prepared by Bruce L. Mackenzie, manager. Monthly reports are incomplete. Arranged in chronological order.

G-1-261 Ace Foundation – General. – October 1968- December 1970. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules.
G-1-262 Ace Foundation – General. – January-November 1971. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules.
G-1-263 Ace Foundation – General. – January-November 1972. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules.
G-1-264 Ace Foundation – General. – January-December 1973. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules.
G-1-265 Ace Foundation – General. – January-September 1974. – Consists of miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to Ace Foundation activities including caravan schedules.
G-1-266 Ace Foundation – Invitations to visit caravans. – May 22, 1970-July 15, 1970
G-1-267 Ace Foundation – Monthy reports. – February 5, 1969-September 4, 1974. – Consists of monthly reports for the months ending January 31, 1969 – August 31, 1974.

Series 9

Western Companies. – 1952-1973. – 37.5 cm of textual records. – Eric Harvie founded Western Minerals, Western Leaseholds, and Western Chemicals in 1944, to manage and develop the large number of gas and oil leases he owned. – Series consists of records related to the organization, reorganization and staffing of Western Chemicals, Western Minerals and Western Leaseholds.

G-1-268 Western Companies – General. – 1965- 1969
G-1-269 Western Companies – Internal organization and functions (all companies). – 1961
G-1-270 Western Companies – Funds held in trust by Eric Harvie for Western Minerals and Glenbow Investments. – 1952-1957
G-1-271 Western Companies – Personnel – Dr. J.R. Donald. – 1962-1966
G-1-272 Western Companies – Personnel – H. Milton Martin. – 1957-1958, 1972
G-1-273 Western Companies and Managers Ltd. – W.G.H. Robinson reports. – 1971-1973
G-1-274 Western Chemicals Ltd. – General. – 1952- 1964
G-1-275 Western Chemicals – Negotiations, John D. Barrington (McIntyre Porcupine Mines Ltd). – 1962
G-1-276 Western Chemicals – Negotiations, MacMillan Bloedel. – 1962
G-1-277 Western Minerals Ltd. – General. – 1954, 1961- 1964
G-1-278 Western Minerals Ltd. – General. – 1965- 1968
G-1-279 Western Minerals Ltd. – General. – 1969- 1970
G-1-280 Western Minerals Ltd. – General. – 1971- 1972
G-1-281 Western Minerals Ltd. – General. – 1973
G-1-282 Western Minerals Ltd. – Shares offered by Glenbow Investments to C.B. Barlow. – 1964-1965
G-1-283 Western Minerals Ltd. – Valuation. – 1963
G-1-284 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization. – 1964
G-1-285 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization. – 1965
G-1-286 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization data. – 1965
G-1-287 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization. – 1968
G-1-288 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization. – 1968- 1969
G-1-289 Western Minerals Ltd. – Reorganization (Redwater Oils). – 1971
G-1-290 Western Leaseholds vs Western Minerals – General. – 1960-1961
G-1-291 Western Leaseholds vs Western Minerals – Correspondence with legal counsel. – 1961
G-1-292 Western Leaseholds vs Western Minerals – Barnsdall situation, severance of claim. – 1961
G-1-293 Western Leaseholds vs Western Minerals – Reports to directors and shareholders. – 1960-1961

Series 10

Directorates. – 1948-1975. – 1.13 m of textual records. – Eric Harvie served as a Director of a wide variety of organizations, including the Southam Company (a communications company founded by his wife’s family), many financial institutions, oil and gas companies, and non-profit organizations. – Series consists of correspondence, minutes, and circulars related to his position as Director of these organizations. For other organizations in which Harvie was active see Series 11 (Associations, institutes and societies).

G-1-294 Directorates – General. – 1954-1959
G-1-295 Canada Trust Company. – 1951-1952
G-1-296 Canada Trust Company. – 1953-1954
G-1-297 Canada Trust Company. – 1955-1956
G-1-298 Canada Trust Company. – 1957-1958
G-1-299 Canada Trust Company – Head Office, London – General. – 1959-1963
G-1-300 Canada Trust Company – Head Office, London – General. – 1964-1968
G-1-301 Canada Trust Company – Head Office, London – General. – 1969-1974
G-1-302 Canada Trust Company – Head Office, London – Executive Committee Minutes. – 1959-1967
G-1-303 Canada Trust Company – Head Office, London – Investment Committee Minutes. – 1959-1969
G-1-304 Canada Trust Company – Calgary Advisory Committee. – 1953-1959
G-1-305 Canada Trust Company – Calgary Advisory Committee. – 1960-1961
G-1-306 Canada Trust Company – Calgary Advisory Committee. – 1962-1967
G-1-307 Canada Trust Company – Edmonton Advisory Committee. – 1954-1964
G-1-308 Canada Trust Company – Lethbridge. – 1961- 1963
G-1-309 Canada Trust Company – Red Deer. – 1960- 1966
G-1-310 Canada Trust Company – Newspaper clippings. – 1955-1966
G-1-311 Canada Trust Company – Brochures [Family Treenewsletters]. – 1963-1966
G-1-312 Canadian Bank of Commerce. – 1950- 1952
G-1-313 Canadian Bank of Commerce. – 1953- 1954
G-1-314 Canadian Bank of Commerce. – 1955- 1956
G-1-315 Canadian Bank of Commerce. – 1957- 1958
G-1-316 Canadian Bank of Commerce. – 1959- 1960
G-1-317 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. – 1961- 1962
G-1-318 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. – 1963- 1964
G-1-319 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. – 1965- 1966
G-1-320 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. – 1967- 1975
G-1-321 Canadian Petrofina. – 1955-1956
G-1-322 Canadian Petrofina. – 1957-1958
G-1-323 Canadian Petrofina. – 1959-1960
G-1-324 Canadian Petroleum Association – Gas Committee. – 1954-1958
G-1-325 Canadian Petroleum Association – Turner Valley celebrations. – 1956. – Includes a speech given by Eric Harvie to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the discovery of oil in Turner Valley.
G-1-326 Empire Trust Company – General. – 1949- 1955
G-1-327 Empire Trust Company – Bulletins. – 1948- 1955
G-1-328 Empire Trust Company – Canadian Advisory Committee. – 1951-1953
G-1-329 Empire Trust Company – Canadian Advisory Committee. – 1956-1958
G-1-330 Empire Trust Company – Canadian Advisory Committee. – 1959-1964
G-1-331 Empire Trust Company – Harvie Brunie visit. – 1957
G-1-332 Glenbow Foundation. – 1954-1957
G-1-333 Glenbow Investments Limited. – 1954- 1966
G-1-334 Harvie Foundation. – 1955-1964
G-1-335 Northwest Natural Gas Company. – 1955
G-1-336 Peace River Oil Pipe Line. – 1955
G-1-337 Southam Company. – 1961, 1965- 1968
G-1-338 Southam Company. – 1969
G-1-339 Southam Company. – 1970
G-1-340 Southam Company. – 1971
G-1-341 Southam Company. – 1972
G-1-342 Southam Company. – 1973
G-1-343 Southam Company. – 1974
G-1-344 Southam Company – Proposed amendments to debentures. – 1971-1972
G 1345/ Southam Company – Proposed amendments to debentures. – 1973-1974
G-1-346 Western Leaseholds. – 1954-1959
G-1-347 Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). – 1959-1962
G-1-348 Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). – 1963-1965
G-1-349 Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). – 1966-1967
G-1-350 Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). – 1968-1975

Personal Affiliations and Interests

Series 11

Associations, institutes and societies. – 1926-1975, predominant 1950-1974. – 3.25 m of textual records. – Eric Harvie belonged to a wide variety of associations related to: his professional activities as a lawyer, oilman, and businessman; promotion of the arts and history; special events, festivals, and awards; environmental issues; sports, including equestrian activities; and various special interest groups. In many cases, he served on the executives of these organizations. – Series consists of correspondence, minutes, newsletters and circulars of associations in which he was active. — Arranged alphabetically by name of organization, after a small section of “general” files. – For other associations in which Eric Harvie was involved, see Series 10 (Directorates), Series 12 (Military associations), and Series 13 (Clubs).

G-1-351 Associations, institutes and societies – General. – 1953-1959
G-1-352 Associations, institutes and societies – General. – 1960-1975
G-1-353 Alberta Light Horse Association. – 1944- 1960
G-1-354 Alberta Light Horse Association. – 1960- 1970
G-1-355 Alberta Newstart Inc. – 1969-1971
G-1-356 Alberta Provincial Rifle Association. – 1946
G-1-357 The Alert Service [anti-communism organization]. – 1961-1967
G-1-358 Allied Arts Centre. – 1970-1971
G-1-359 American Institute of Management. – 1969- 1971
G-1-360 Auckland Institute and Museum. – 1964- 1975
G-1-361 Bar associations. – 1950-1955
G-1-362 Bar associations. – 1956-1960
G-1-363 Bar associations. – 1961-1962
G-1-364 Bar associations. – 1963-1964
G-1-365 Bar associations. – 1965-1966
G-1-366 Bar associations. – 1967-1968
G-1-367 Bar associations. – 1969-1970
G-1-368 Bar associations. – 1971-1972
G-1-369 Bar associations. – 1973-1974
G-1-370 Barbados Museum and Historical Society. – 1955-1968
G-1-371 Barbados Museum and Historical Society. – 1969-1975
G-1-372 Boy Scouts Association. – 1950-1952
G-1-373 Boy Scouts Association. – 1953-1954
G-1-374 Boy Scouts Association. – 1955-1960
G-1-375 Boy Scouts Association. – 1961-1974
G-1-376 Boy Scouts Association – Bulletins and pamphlets. – 1964-1974
G-1-377 Boy Scouts Association – West Indies. – 1960- 1968
G-1-378 Calgary Beautification Foundation. – 1965- 1971. – Before 1970 the organization was known as the Bow River Beautification Association.
G-1-379 Calgary Chamber of Commerce. – 1955- 1960
G-1-380 Calgary Chamber of Commerce. – 1961- 1968
G-1-381 Calgary Chamber of Commerce. – 1971- 1974
G-1-382 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. – 1960- 1971
G-1-383 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. – 1972- 1974
G-1-384 Calgary Philharmonic Society. – 1958- 1967
G-1-385 Canada Council – General correspondence. – 1957-1958
G-1-386 Canada Council – General correspondence. – 1959-1972
G-1-387 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “A-B”. – 1957-1959
G-1-388 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “C”. – 1957-1959
G-1-389 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “D-L”. – 1957-1959
G-1-390 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “M-O”. – 1957-1959
G-1-391 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “P-T”. – 1957-1959
G-1-392 Canada Council – Applications correspondence “U-Z”. – 1957-1959
G-1-393 Canada Council – Minutes and committee reports. – 1957
G-1-394 Canada Council – Minutes and committee reports. – 1958-1959
G-1-395 Canada Council – New clippings and press releases. – 1957-1960
G-1-396 Canada Council – Dr. Trueman’s visit to the West. – 1957
G-1-397 Canada Council – University Capital Grants Fund. – 1957-1958
G-1-398 Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. – 1951-1953
G-1-399 Canadian Centenary Council – General correspondence and bulletins. – 1964-1967
G-1-400 Canadian Centenary Council – Alberta correspondence.- 1963-1967
G-1-401 Canadian Centenary Council – Calgary correspondence. – 1963-1967
G-1-402 Canadian Centenary Council – Calgary news clippings. – 1963-1966
G-1-403 Canadian Centenary – Planetarium, part I. – 1963-1967
G-1-404 Canadian Centenary – Planetarium, part II. – 1963-1967
G-1-405 Canadian Centenary Council – Ottawa correspondence. – 1960-1967
G-1-406 Canadian Centenary Council – Ottawa bulletins. – 1963-1964
G-1-407 Canadian Centenary Council – Ottawa bulletins. – 1965-1968
G-1-408 Canadian Centenary Council – Saskatchewan. – 1965-1967
G-1-409 Canadian Centenary – Royal Bank Centennial Award. – 1966-1976
G-1-410 Canadian Centenary – Royal Bank Centennial Award – Chester Ronning. – 1968-1969
G-1-411 Canadian Centenary – Royal Bank Centennial Award – Dr. N.A.M. MacKenzie. – 1970-1971
G-1-412 Canadian Horse Show Association. – 1950- 1960
G-1-413 Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies. – 1959- 1960
G-1-414 Canadian Olympic Association. – 1967- 1972
G-1-415 Canadian Universal and International Exhibition, Montreal (1967). – 1964
G-1-416 Civic Centre Committee. – 1952- 1954
G-1-417 Dawson City Festival Foundation. – 1961- 1962
G-1-418 Donner Canadian Foundation. – 1969- 1970
G-1-419 Ducks Unlimited. – 1952-1969
G-1-420 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Canada. – 1963- 1966
G-1-421 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Canada. – 1967- 1968
G-1-422 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Canada. – 1969
G-1-423 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Canada. – 1970- 1975
G-1-424 Duke of Edinburgh’s Third Commonwealth Study Conference. – 1967-1968
G-1-425 Equestrian – International Equestrian Training Association. – 1964-1968
G-1-426 Equestrian – Proposed National Equestrian Centre. – 1971
G-1-427 The Fauna Preservation Society. – 1961- 1975
G-1-428 Fish and Game Association – Calgary and Alberta. – 1944-1958, 1971
G-1-429 Fort St. James Historical Society. – 1964
G-1-430 Grenada National Trust. – 1967-1970
G-1-431 Heritage Canada. – 1973-1975
G-1-432 Heritage Park Society. – 1967-1974
G-1-433 Historical Society of Alberta. – 1954- 1968
G-1-434 Historical Society of Alberta . – 1969- 1975
G-1-435 Independent Petroleum Association of America. – 1955-1956
G-1-436 Independent Petroleum Association of America. – 1957-1962
G-1-437 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – General. – 1968
G-1-438 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – General. – 1969
G-1-439 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – General. – 1970-1975
G-1-440 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – Bulletins and pamphlets. – 1968
G-1-441 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – Bulletins and pamphlets. – 1969-1974
G-1-442 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – Native Rights in Canada report. – 1969. – The report was financed by Eric Harvie, and written by Douglas Sanders.
G-1-443 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – Research project correspondence. – 1968-1969. – Relates to the Native Rights in Canada report.
G-1-444 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – Research project correspondence. – 1970. – Includes reviews of Native Rights in Canada.
G-1-445 Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada – 2nd edition of Native Rights in Canada. – 1971-1972
G-1-446 Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. – 1926- 1940
G-1-447 Lloydminster Petroleum Association. – 1949
G-1-448 Lloydminster Petroleum Association. – 1950- 1951
G-1-449 Lloydminster Petroleum Association. – 1952
G-1-450 Museums – General. – 1968-1971
G-1-451 Museum of the American Indian (Dockstader). – 1969
G-1-452 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada. – 1965
G-1-453 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada. – 1965
G-1-454 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada. – 1965-1966
G-1-455 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada. – 1966-1967
G-1-456 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada – Fundraising. – 1965
G-1-457 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada – Pamphlets and news clippings. – 1965-1966
G-1-458 National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada – Dr. Pocock (botanical garden). – 1965-1967
G-1-459 National Geographic Society. – 1952- 1975
G-1-460 The National Trust for Scotland. – 1957- 1963
G-1-461 Outward Bound. – 1969-1971
G-1-462 Overseas League. – 1941-1945
G-1-463 Patent Institute of Canada (previously Canadian Institute of Patent Solicitors). – 1925-1933
G-1-464 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1934- 1945
G-1-465 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1946- 1948
G-1-466 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1949- 1950
G-1-467 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1951- 1952
G-1-468 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1953- 1954
G-1-469 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1955- 1956
G-1-470 Patent Institute of Canada. – 1957
G-1-471 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1958-1966
G-1-472 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1967
G-1-473 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1968
G-1-474 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1969
G-1-475 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1970
G-1-476 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1971
G-1-477 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1972
G-1-478 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1973
G-1-479 Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada. – 1974-1975
G-1-480 Patent attorneys – International associates. – 1958-1968
G-1-481 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. – 1947- 1958
G-1-482 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. – 1959- 1965
G-1-483 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Correspondence. – 1955-1956
G-1-484 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Correspondence. – 1957
G-1-485 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Correspondence. – 1958
G-1-486 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Correspondence. – 1959
G-1-487 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Correspondence. – 1960-1975
G-1-488 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1960
G-1-489 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1961-1962
G-1-490 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1963-1964
G-1-491 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1965-1966
G-1-492 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1967-1968
G-1-493 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1969-1972
G-1-494 Royal Canadian Geographical Society – Notices, agenda and minutes. – 1973-1974
G-1-495 Royal Society of Arts. – 1968-1975
G-1-496 St. Julien Society. – 1966
G-1-497 Second Commonwealth Study Conference (Canada 1962). – 1959-1962
G-1-498 Second Commonwealth Study Conference (Canada 1962) – Neil S. Harvie’s application. – 1961
G-1-499 Southern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers Association. – 1967-1974
G-1-500 Stratford Shakespearean Theatre Foundation of Canada. – 1955-1959
G-1-501 Stratford Shakespearean Theatre Foundation of Canada. – 1960-1971
G-1-502 United Nations Society in Canada. – 1945- 1958
G-1-503 Vancouver International Festival Society. – 1958-1959, 1963
G-1-504 World War I Flyers. – 1973-1974
G-1-505 Young Men’s Christian Association War Service Committee. – 1940
G-1-506 Young Women’s Christian Association. – 1968- 1973
G-1-507 Youth Orchestra – Calgary and National. – 1969-1970

Series 12

Military associations. – 1937-1974. – 75 cm of textual records. – During the Second World War Eric Harvie was Commandant of the Calgary Mounted Constabulary. He was Honorary Lieutenant -Colonel and Honorary Colonel of the Calgary Highlanders from 1948 to 1962. – Series consists of correspondence, circulars, and invitations, primarily from the Calgary Highlanders, but also from various other military groups. After the initial section on the Calgary Highlanders, the files are arranged alphabetically by name of organization.

G-1-508 Calgary Highlanders. – 1939-1947
G-1-509 Calgary Highlanders. – 1948-1950
G-1-510 Calgary Highlanders. – 1951-1952
G-1-511 Calgary Highlanders. – 1953
G-1-512 Calgary Highlanders. – 1954-1955
G-1-513 Calgary Highlanders. – 1956
G-1-514 Calgary Highlanders. – 1957-1958
G-1-515 Calgary Highlanders. – 1959-1960
G-1-516 Calgary Highlanders. – 1961-1962
G-1-517 Calgary Highlanders. – 1963-1974
G-1-518 Calgary Highlanders – Jewellery. – 1951- 1966
G-1-519 Calgary Highlanders – History. – 1953-1959. – Book written by Roy Farran.
G-1-520 Calgary Highlanders’ Ball. – 1953-1956. – Debutante balls.
G-1-521 Calgary Highlanders’ Ball. – 1957-1962. – Debutante balls.
G-1-522 Calgary Highlanders – The Glen [newsletter]. – 1955-1956
G-1-523 Calgary Highlanders – The Glen [newsletter]. – 1957-1959, 1961
G-1-524 Calgary Highlanders – Hand-over ceremonies. – 1956
G-1-525 Calgary Highlanders – Visit to Camp Wainwright. – 1957
G-1-526 Other military associations – General. – 1937- 1969
G-1-527 Alberta United Services Institute. – 1948- 1950
G-1-528 Alberta United Services Institute. – 1951- 1958
G-1-529 Alberta United Services Institute. – 1959- 1969
G-1-530 Alberta United Services Institute. – 1970- 1974
G-1-531 Calgary Mounted Constabulary. – 1940
G-1-532 Calgary Mounted Constabulary. – 1941
G-1-533 Calgary Mounted Constabulary. – 1942- 1943
G-1-534 Calgary Mounted Constabulary. – 1944
G-1-535 Calgary Mounted Constabulary. – 1945- 1951
G-1-536 Fort Garry Horse. – 1965-1970
G-1-537 Imperial Defence College. – 1955- 1960
G-1-538 Lord Strathcona’s Horse. – 1953- 1960
G-1-539 Lord Strathcona’s Horse. – 1961-1 974
G-1-540 Lord Strathcona’s Horse – Visit of Colonel Harwood Steele. – 1965. – Includes some later correspondence about Sam Steele’s death mask.
G-1-541 Lord Strathcona’s Horse – Horses. – 1970- 1975
G-1-542 Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. – 1952-1960
G-1-543 Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada. – 1955- 1963
G-1-544 Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada. – 1969- 1975
G-1-545 Western Command Headquarters. – 1957- 1964

Series 13

Clubs. – 1926-1975. – 75 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence with, and circulars from, various recreational, sporting, and social clubs to which Eric Harvie belonged. Includes files related to various private clubs where Eric Harvie sometimes stayed when away from Canada.

G-1-546 Clubs – General. – 1949-1959
G-1-547 Alberta Badminton Association. – 1926- 1934
G-1-548 Alberta Field Trials Club. – 1927- 1931
G-1-549 Buck’s Club [London, England]. – 1953- 1960
G-1-550 Buck’s Club [London, England]. – 1961- 1965
G-1-551 Calgary Golf and Country Club. – 1949- 1960
G-1-552 Calgary Golf and Country Club. – 1961- 1974
G-1-553 Calgary Revolver Club. – 1933-1941
G-1-554 Calgary Ski Club. – 1935-1949
G-1-555 Calgary Sports Club. – 1931
G-1-556 Chinook Jockey Club. – 1957-1959
G-1-557 Cloud Club [chlor-alkali industry]. – 1957- 1961
G-1-558 Double Barrel Gun Club. – 1931- 1936
G-1-559 Double Barrel Gun Club. – 1937- 1941
G-1-560 Double Barrel Gun Club. – 1942- 1947
G-1-561 Double Barrel Gun Club. – 1948- 1957
G-1-562 Glencoe Club. – 1931-1966
G-1-563 Men’s Canadian Club of Calgary. – 1952- 1966
G-1-564 Men’s Canadian Club of Calgary. – 1967- 1974
G-1-565 Men’s Canadian Club of Calgary – E.M. Bredin. – 1964-1966
G-1-566 Mill Reef Club [Antigua]. – 1953- 1960
G-1-567 Mill Reef Club [Antigua]. – 1961- 1965
G-1-568 Mill Reef Club [Antigua]. – 1966- 1974
G-1-569 Mount Royal Riding Club. – 1944- 1950
G-1-570 Nicholson’s Island Club. – 1954-1960
G-1-571 Nicholson’s Island Club. – 1961-1965
G-1-572 The Ranchmen’s Club. – 1934-1957
G-1-573 The Ranchmen’s Club. – 1958-1969
G-1-574 The Ranchmen’s Club. – 1970-1975
G-1-575 The Renfrew Club. – 1929-1933
G-1-576 Royal Thames Yacht Club [London, England]. – 1954-1960
G-1-577 Royal Thames Yacht Club [London, England]. – 1961-1968
G-1-578 Seigniory Club. – 1948-1960
G-1-579 Seigniory Club. – 1961-1967
G-1-580 Seigniory Club. – 1968-1973
G-1-581 Toronto Club. – 1952-1960
G-1-582 Toronto Club. – 1961-1969
G-1-583 Turf Club. – 1960-1963
G-1-584 The University Club [New York]. – 1955- 1960
G-1-585 The University Club [New York]. – 1961- 1968

Series 14

Education / University Affiliations. – 1946-1978. – 1 m of textual records. – Eric Harvie had a close and continuing relationship with the Banff School of Fine Arts and the University of Western Ontario, primarily due to his interest in the establishment of business education programs. He received honorary doctorate degrees from both the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary. – Series consists of correspondence, circulars and minutes related to his activities on various university committees; course information; and correspondence and programs related to his honorary doctorates. Arranged alphabetically by name of institution, after a small “general” section. Several miscellaneous files are at the end of the series.

G-1-586 Education – General. – 1962-1968
G-1-587 Education – General. – 1969-1973
G-1-588 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1947- 1951
G-1-589 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1952- 1953
G-1-590 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1954- 1956
G-1-591 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1957- 1959
G-1-592 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1960- 1969
G-1-593 Banff School of Fine Arts – General. – 1970- 1975
G-1-594 Banff School of Fine Arts – Courses. – 1946- 1949
G-1-595 Banff School of Fine Arts – Courses. – 1951- 1958
G-1-596 Banff School of Fine Arts – Courses (brochures). – 1962-1970
G-1-597 Banff School of Fine Arts – Courses (brochures). – 1971-1973
G-1-598 Banff School of Fine Arts – Courses (brochures). – 1974-1975
G-1-OS1 Banff School of Fine Arts – Architectural plans for buildings. – 1945-1946. – Includes Banff townsite plans.
G-1-599 Banff School of Fine Arts – Architects’ sketches of proposed buildings. – 1946
G-1-600 Banff School of Fine Arts – Painting awards, scholarships, and gifts. – 1953-1965
G-1-601 Banff School of Fine Arts – Banff auditorium site. – 1961
G-1-602 Banff School of Fine Arts – Retirement preparation program. – 1952
G-1-603 Banff School of Fine Arts – Eric L. Harvie Theatre. – 1968-1978
G-1-604 Banff School of Fine Arts – Alumni. – 1971- 1974
G-1-605 Banff School of Fine Arts – Alumni newsletters. – 1969-1974
G-1-606 University of Alberta – General. – 1957- 1968
G-1-607 University of Alberta – General. – 1969- 1971
G-1-608 University of Alberta – General. – 1972- 1974
G-1-609 University of Alberta – Honorary Doctorate. – 1957
G-1-610 University of Alberta – Letters of congratulation on Honorary Doctorate. – 1957
G-1-611 University of Alberta, Calgary – General. – 1962-1965
G-1-612 University of Calgary – General. – 1966- 1968
G-1-613 University of Calgary – General – 1969- 1971
G-1-614 University of Calgary – General. – 1972- 1974
G-1-615 University of Calgary – Honorary Doctorate. – 1966-1967
G-1-616 University of Calgary – Equitation program. – 1968-1969
G-1-617 University of Calgary – Scenic Acres. – 1969
G-1-618 McGill University – Brace Research Institute. – 1962-1967
G-1-619 McGill University – Brace Research Institute. – 1968-1972
G-1-620 University of Western Ontario – Advisory Committee. – 1955-1960
G-1-621 University of Western Ontario – Advisory Committee. – 1961-1967
G-1-622 University of Western Ontario – Advisory Committee. – 1968-1971
G-1-623 University of Western Ontario – Advisory Committee. – 1972
G-1-624 University of Western Ontario – Advisory Committee. – 1973-1975
G-1-625 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1958-1960
G-1-626 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1961-1963
G-1-627 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1964-1966
G-1-628 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1967-1968
G-1-629 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1969-1970
G-1-630 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1971-1972
G-1-631 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1973
G-1-632 University of Western Ontario – Courses (brochures). – 1974
G-1-633 Atlantic College [Wales]. – 1966- 1969
G-1-634 Financing of Universities. – 1964- 1965
G-1-635 Private School – Western Canada. – 1957- 1962
G-1-636 Promising students [for summer positions at Glenbow Foundation]. – 1963-1964
G-1-637 St. John’s School of Alberta. – 1969- 1977

Series 15

Projects. – 1962-1973. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence, reports and plans related to projects which Eric Harvie supported and funded, primarily in Calgary, Alberta.

G-1-638 Projects – Peat moss bog development (Maritime provinces). – 1962-1963
G-1-638a Projects – Films of Scotland. – 1962- 1968
G-1-639 Projects – Beautification schemes – General. – 1964-1973
G-1-640 Projects – Penal reform. – 1966
G-1-641 Projects – Church matters. – 1967
G-1-642 Projects – Mini-park, old court house block. – [ca. 1969]
G-1-643 Projects – Rose garden, Prince’s Island. – 1970- 1971
G-1-644 Projects – Cupola from James Short School. – 1970-1973
G-1-645 Projects – Horses of the World and Miss Agnes Hammond. – 1971
G-1-646 Projects – Horses of the World and Miss Agnes Hammond. – 1972-1973

Series 16

West Indies matters. – 1959-1968. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of files related to economic and tourism-related initiatives in the West Indies, and the development of natural parks. Includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, and brochures related to such organizations as the Barbados National Trust, Bahama National Trust, Antigua Developments Ltd., Caribbean Conservation Association, Natural Area Council, and St. Lucia Archaeological and Historical Society. Includes Harvie’s correspondence with governors of various islands.

G-1-647 West Indies matters – General. – 1959- 1963
G-1-648 West Indies matters – General. – 1964- 1966
G-1-649 West Indies matters – General. – 1967- 1968
G-1-650 West Indies matters – R.A. Nicholson (Antigua Developments Ltd.). – 1959-1961
G-1-651 West Indies matters – Parks. – 1960- 1961
G-1-652 West Indies matters – Parks. – 1962- 1967

Public Relations / Trips

Series 17

Publicity. – 1949-1975. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence about newspaper and magazine articles which mention Eric Harvie; correspondence about his entries in various who’s who-style publications; and brief biographies.

G-1-653 Publicity – General. – 1949-1958
G-1-654 Publicity – General (part I). – 1959- 1968
G-1-655 Publicity – General (part II). – 1959- 1968
G-1-656 Publicity – General. – 1969-1976. – Includes CBC Calgary documentary, Between Ourselves regarding Eric Harvie (February 1976).
G-1-657 Publicity – Biographical information. – 1967- 1975

Series 18

Invitations. – 1953-1974. – 25 cm of textual records. – Series consists of invitations to various events, some of which Eric Harvie attended, and many more which he did not attend. Invitations accepted include those related to his business interests and directorships such as events held by Crown Trust, Calgary Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Bank of Commerce, British American Oil, and Fathers of Confederation Foundation. He also accepted invitations to many local events, such as the annual Old Time Range Men’s Dinner, Calgary Highlanders dinners (see also the Series 12 Military associations), and special events held by the Calgary Zoo, Heritage Park, Calgary Brewery, and the Kainai Chieftainship. Some of the events he attended were in honour of visiting dignitaries, such as Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, Viscount Amory (British High Commissioner to Canada), Governor-General Michener, and Mayor Jean Drapeau of Montreal. As a prominent individual, Eric Harvie received many invitations to openings, dinners, and special events, from a wide variety of institutions and people. Many invitations were turned down because he spent so much time travelling.

G-1-658 Invitations accepted. – 1953-1957
G-1-659 Invitations accepted. – 1958-1964
G-1-660 Invitations accepted. – 1965-1974
G-1-661 Invitations regretted. – 1953-1955
G-1-662 Invitations regretted. – 1956
G-1-663 Invitations regretted. – 1957
G-1-664 Invitations regretted. – 1958
G-1-665 Invitations regretted. – 1959
G-1-666 Invitations regretted. – 1960-1961
G-1-667 Invitations regretted. – 1962-1963
G-1-668 Invitations regretted. – 1964-1965
G-1-669 Invitations regretted. – 1966-1967
G-1-670 Invitations regretted. – 1968-1969
G-1-671 Invitations regretted. – 1970-1972
G-1-672 Invitations regretted. – 1973-1974
G-1-673 Invitations – Other. – 1960-1970

Series 19

Entertaining. – 1941, 1949-1962. – 3 cm of textual records. – Series consists of guest lists for dinners and luncheons, and inventories of dining room furnishings and dishes.

G-1-674 Entertaining – Dinner at Glenbow Ranch. – 1941
G-1-675 Entertaining – Inventories of dining room furnishings. – 1957-1966
G-1-676 Branksome china. – 1957-1960
G-1-677 Entertaining – Guest lists and menus. – 1949- 1962

Series 20

Trips. – 1930-1974. – 1.34 m of textual records. – Eric Harvie travelled extensively for business and pleasure most often accompanied by his wife Dorothy. – Series consists of correspondence re travel including expenses, travel documents, itineraries, and reservations for travel and accommodation.

G-1-678 Trips – Canadian Chamber of Commerce trip to Orient. – 1930-1931. Consists of correspondence regarding proposed trip to the Orient which the Harvies did not go on.
G-1-679 Trips – Expense account (Part I). – 1940-1941. – Consists of accounts of Eric Harvie’s expenses when travelling on business.
G-1-680 Trips – Expense account (Part II). – 1942-1947. – Consists of accounts of Eric Harvie’s expenses when travelling on business.
G-1-681 Trips – Expense account (Part III). – 1948-1950. – Consists of accounts of Eric Harvie’s expenses when travelling on business.
G-1-682 Trips – Travel and foreign exchange. – 1948- 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding foreign exchange in connection with Eric Harvie’s travel to the United States and other countries.
G-1-683 Trips – General. – 1950-1953. – Consists of correspondence regarding miscellaneous travel matters.
G-1-684 Trips – General. – 1954-1974. – Consists of correspondence regarding miscellaneous travel matters.
G-1-684a TripsCameras. – 1953-1964
G-1-685 Trips – Passports, quarantine service certificates – Expired. – 1949-1965. – Consists of expired vaccination certificates and passports for Eric L. Harvie and Dorothy J. Harvie.
G-1-686 Trips – Passports, quarantine service certificates. – 1955-1974. – Consists of correspondence relating to vaccination certificates and passports for Eric L. Harvie and Dorothy J. Harvie.
G-1-687 Trips – Passports, quarantine service certificates. – 1970s. – Consists of Eric L. Harvie’s travel wallet and contents which include his current vaccination certificate and passport; copies of his Alberta Health Care Insurance certificate of registration and his Alberta Blue Cross Plan card; business cards; names, addresses and telephone numbers; and cheques for his banks – the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Calgary and the Security Pacific National Bank in Santa Fe, California.
G-1-688 Trips – Travel regulations, entry requirements. – 1957-1966. – Consists of correspondence regarding regulations and requirements for entry to various foreign countries.
G-1-689 Trips – Travel regulations, customs and excise. – 1960. – Consists of customs forms filled out to be used as a sample for Eric Harvie when guns are included as part of personal baggage.
G-1-690 Trips – Itinerary lists. – 1958-1964
G-1-691 Trips – Reservations – Plane and other modes of travel. – 1953-1968
G-1-692 Trips – Reservations – Hotels. – 1954- 1962
G-1-693 Trips – Travel folders. – 1952-1960. – Consists of information on various travel locations.
G-1-694 Trips – Yachts. – 1953-1958. – Consists of information and correspondence regarding yachts available for charter by Eric Harvie.
G-1-695 Trips – Travel complications. – 1954-1967. – Consists of correspondence regarding lost items and other matters of inconvenience during travel.
G-1-696 Trips – Traveller’s cheques. – 1963-1971. – Consists of correspondence regarding traveller’s cheques.
G-1-697 Trips – Lost traveller’s cheques. – 1959-1962. – Consists of correspondence regarding lost traveller’s cheques.
G-1-698 Trips – British West Indies 1948. – 1948-1949. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1948.
G-1-699 Trips – New York and Eastern Canada 1949. – 1949. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to New York and Eastern Canada taken November 1949.
G-1-700 Trips – British West Indies and Southern United States 1950. – 1949-1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies and Southern United States taken January-March 1950.
G-1-701 Trips – British West Indies and Southern United States 1950. – 1949-1950. – Regarding expenses and itinerary of oil fields inspection trip for Eric and Donald Harvie.
G-1-702 Trips – Eastern Canada, Southam meetings (spring) 1950. – 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada taken April- May, 1950 for Southam Company meetings in Montreal with stops in Toronto and New York City.
G-1-703 Trips – Alaska cruise 1950. – 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding Alaskan cruise taken July 1950.
G-1-704 Trips – Eastern Canada, Southam meetings (fall) 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada taken September, 1950 for Southam Company meetings in Montreal with stops in Ottawa, Toronto and New York City.
G-1-705 Trips – Eastern Canada 1950. – 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada taken November 1950 with stops in Montreal, Toronto and New York City.
G-1-706 Trips – Mediterranean cruise 1951. – 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding Mediterranean cruise which the Harvies did not go on.
G-1-707 Trips – British West Indies 1951. – 1950-1951. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1951.
G-1-708 Trips – British West Indies 1951. – 1951. – Regarding expenses.
G-1-709 Trips – Eastern Canada, Southam meetings (spring) 1951. – 1951. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip taken April 1951 to Montreal for Southam Company meetings with stop in Toronto.
G-1-710 Trips – Scotland 1951. – 1951-1953. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Scotland taken August-September 1951.
G-1-711 Trips – Scotland 1951. – 1947-1951. – Consists of additional information regarding itinerary.
G-1-712 Trips – Eastern Canada and New York 1951. – 1951-1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada and New York taken November 1951.
G-1-713 Trips – British West Indies and Caribbean cruise 1952. – 1951-1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies and Caribbean cruise taken January-March 1952.
G-1-714 Trips – British West Indies and Caribbean cruise 1952. – 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding expenses.
G-1-715 Trips – Eastern Canada, Southam meetings (spring) 1952. – 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada for Southam Company meetings in Montreal then to New York.
G-1-716 Trips – West Coast 1952. – 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to the British Columbia taken July 1952 for fishing party on the “Marijean”.
G-1-717 Trips – Maritimes 1952. – 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to the Maritimes taken August-September 1952.
G-1-718 Trips – Winnipeg, Southam meetings (fall) 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip taken September 1952.
G-1-719 Trips – Eastern Canada and New York 1952. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Eastern Canada and New York taken November 1952.
G-1-720 Trips – British West Indies 1953. – 1953. – Consists of correspondence regrading trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1953.
G-1-721 Trips – Eastern Canada, Southam meetings (spring) 1953. – 1953. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip taken April 1953 to Montreal for Southam Company meetings.
G-1-722 Trips – Coronation and The Continent 1953. – 1952-1953. – Consists of correspondence prior to departure for trip taken May-June 1953 to attend events relating to coronation of Queen Elizabeth the Second in London, England and a tour of The Continent.
G-1-723 Trips – Coronation and The Continent 1953. 1953. – Consists of correspondence regarding invitations, extended to Mr. and Mrs. Harvie while they are on their trip to London, England and The Continent.
G-1-724 Trips – Coronation and The Continent 1953. – 1953. – Consists of correspondence regarding baggage and items shipped.
G-1-725 Trips – Coronation and The Continent 1953. – 1953. – Regarding expenses.
G-1-726 Trips – Winter trip 1954. – 1953-1954. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Spain, Canary Islands, Italy, taken January-March 1954.
G-1-727 Trips – Business trips 1954/1955. – 1954-1955. – Consists of correspondence regarding business travel.
G-1-728 Trips – Pleasure 1954/1955. – 1954-1955. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Ireland and Scotland taken August-September 1954.
G-1-729 Trips – Winter 1955. – 1954-1955. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-April 1955.
G-1-730 Trips – Summer 1955. – 1955. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Greece and Mediterranean cruise taken August-September 1955.
G-1-731 Trips – British West Indies 1956. – 1955-1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1956.
G-1-732 Trips – Japan 1956. – 1955-1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Japan taken April-May 1956.
G-1-733 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1956. – 1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Banffshire, Scotland for grouse shooting and tour of Scandinavian countries taken August-September 1956.
G-1-734 Trips – Horse shows 1956. – 1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to New York and Toronto for horse shows and other events taken October-November 1956.
G-1-735 Trips – Business trips 1956/1957. – 1956-1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding business travel.
G-1-736 Trips – British West Indies 1957. – 1956-1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1957.
G-1-737 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1957. – 1956- 1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Banffshire, Scotland for grouse shooting and other European countries taken August-September 1957.
G-1-738 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1957. – 1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding purchases made on trip.
G-1-739 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1957. – 1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding guns.
G-1-740 Trips – Horse shows 1957. – 1957. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Toronto and Ottawa for horse shows and other events taken November-December 1957.
G-1-741 Trips – Business trips 1958. – 1958. – Consists of correspondence regarding business travel.
G-1-742 Trips – British West Indies 1958. – 1957-1958. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-April 1958.
G-1-743 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1958. – 1957- 1958. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Banffshire, Scotland for grouse shooting and other European countries taken October-November 1958.
G-1-744 Trips – Africa 1958. – 1958-1959. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Africa taken November-December 1958.
G-1-745 Trips – Africa 1958. – 1958-1959. – Consists of correspondence regarding reservations for trip to Africa taken November-December 1958.
G-1-746 Trips – Africa 1958. – 1958-1959. – Consists of data used by the Harvies on trip to Africa taken November-December 1958.
G-1-747 Trips – Business trips 1959. – 1959. – Consists of correspondence regarding business travel.
G-1-748 Trips – British West Indies 1959. – 1958-1959. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-April 1959.
G-1-749 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot 1959. – 1959. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Banffshire, Scotland for grouse shooting and London, England taken October-December 1959.
G-1-750 Trips – British West Indies 1960. – 1959-1960. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-April 1960.
G-1-751 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot and Europe 1960. – 1959-1960. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Banffshire, Scotland for grouse shooting taken October-November 1960.
G-1-752 Trips – Banffshire, Scotland shoot and Europe 1960. – 1959-1960. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Europe taken October- November 1960.
G-1-753 Trips – Business trips 1961. – 1961. – Consists of correspondence regarding business travel.
G-1-754 Trips – British West Indies 1961. – 1960-1961. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-April 1961.
G-1-755 Trips – Eastern Canada and United Kingdom 1961. – 1961. – Consists of Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Ottawa, Montreal, Charlottetown and London, England taken September-October 1961.
G-1-756 Trips – British West Indies 1962. – 1961-1962. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to British West Indies taken January-March 1962.
G-1-757 Trips – Europe 1962. – 1962. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Europe taken September-October 1962.
G-1-758 Trips – West Indies 1963. – 1962-1963. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to West Indies taken January-March 1963.
G-1-759 Trips – West Indies and Australian cruise 1963/1964. – 1963. – Consists of correspondence prior to departure on trip taken [October?] 1963-April 1964.
G-1-760 Trips – West Indies and Australian cruise 1963/1964. – 1963. – Consists of correspondence after departure on trip taken [October?] 1963- April 1964.
G-1-761 Trips – West Indies and Australian cruise 1963/1964. – 1963-1964. – Consists of correspondence on return from trip taken [October?] 1963-April 1964.
G-1-762 Trips – West Indies and Australian cruise 1963/1964. – 1964. – Consists of correspondence regarding opal and platinum ring purchased on trip.
G-1-763 Trips – West Indies 1964/1965. – 1964-1965. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to West Indies taken December 1964-April 1965.
G-1-764 Trips – West Indies 1965/1966. – 1965. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to West Indies taken December 1965-March 1966.
G-1-765 Trips – Mediterranean cruise and Europe 1966/1967. – 1966-1967. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip taken September 1966- March 1967.
G-1-766 Trips – Mediterranean cruise and Europe 1966/1967. – 1966-1967. – Consists of cables sent.
G-1-767 Trips – Expo ’67 Montreal. – 1967. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip to Montreal for Expo ’67 taken October 1967.
G-1-768 Trips – “Kungsholm” South American cruise 1967/1968. – 1967. – Consists of correspondence regarding trip taken October 1967-April 1968.

Personal Correspondence

Series 21

Harvie family. – 1929-1973. – 54 cm of textual records. – Eric Harvie’s family was established in Canada when his great-grandparents John Harvie (1788-1872) and Agnes Miller (1790-1863) emigrated from Scotland in 1832. In 1840, John bought 200 acres in the Orillia area of Ontario. John and Agnes had nine children including Eric Harvie’s grandfather Charles S. Harvie (1821-1891) who married Marion McLeod (1823-1905). They had eight children – Margaret (Mrs. Langman), John C., Donald, Charles, Agnes, Alexander, James and William McLeod Harvie (1856-1919) who married Cecily Elizabeth Lafferty (1859-1940) in 1883. They had five children – Alan D., Marion Jean (Mrs. William Ardern), Ruth (Mrs. E. B. Alport), Dane M. “Pat” and Eric Lafferty Harvie (1892-1975). He married Dorothy Jean Southam (1895-1988) in 1919 and they had three children – Margaret Joy (1922- ), Donald Southam (1924-2001), and Frederick Neil Southam (1929-1999). – Series consists of correspondence pertaining to Harvie family personal, business and estate matters.

G-1-769 Harvie family – General. – 1956-1959. – Consists of correspondence with various nephews, nieces, cousins and other family members regarding personal and business matters.
G-1-770 Harvie family – General. – 1960-1962. – Consists of correspondence with various nephews, nieces, cousins and other family members regarding personal and business matters.
G-1-771 Harvie family – General. – 1963. – Consists of correspondence with various nephews, nieces, cousins and other family members regarding personal and business matters.
G-1-772 Harvie family – General. – 1964-1972. – Consists of correspondence with various nephews, nieces, cousins and other family members regarding personal and business matters.
G-1-773 Harvie family – Birthdays. – 1967-1972. – Consists of list of family birthdays (and anniversaries); birthday greetings to Eric Harvie and thank you notes from Eric Harvie regarding birthday gifts.
G-1-774 Harvie family – Cecily Elizabeth (Lafferty) Harvie (mother). – 1931-1940. – correspondence between Eric Harvie and his mother and with other family members relating to mother.
G-1-775 Harvie family – Cecily Elizabeth (Lafferty) Harvie (mother). – 1935-1947. -Consists of correspondence between Eric Harvie and his mother and with other family members relating to mother and her estate after her death in 1940.
G-1-776 Harvie family – Dorothy Jean (Southam) Harvie (wife). – 1929-1943. – Consists of correspondence relating to business and financial affairs of Mrs. Eric Harvie.
G-1-777 Harvie family – Dorothy Jean (Southam) Harvie (wife). – 1930-1943. – Consists of correspondence relating to business and financial affairs of Mrs. Eric Harvie. Includes financial statements and other correspondence regarding St. Hilda’s School for Girls (1936) and for companies in which Mrs. Harvie had investments.
G-1-778 Harvie family – Children. – 1938-1943. – Consists of personal correspondence between Eric Harvie and his children, Joy, Donald and Neil Harvie, after they had left home.
G-1-779 Harvie family – Children. – 1944-1950. – Consists of personal correspondence between Eric Harvie and his children, Joy, Donald and Neil Harvie, after they had left home.
G-1-780 Harvie family – Children. — 1951-1960. – Consists of correspondence and information relating to Eric Harvie’s children Joy (Mrs. Donald Maclaren), Donald and Neil.
G-1-781 Harvie family – Children. – 1961-1969. – Consists of correspondence and information relating to Eric Harvie’s children Joy (Mrs. Donald Maclaren), Donald and Neil.
G-1-782 Harvie family – Children – Joy Harvie Maclaren. – 1968-1973. – Consists of personal and business correspondence regarding Joy Harvie Maclaren.
G-1-783 Harvie family – Children – Donald S. Harvie. – 1947, 1968-1973. – Consists of personal and business correspondence regarding Donald S. Harvie.
G-1-784 Harvie family – Children – Neil S. Harvie. – 1953-1974. – Consists of personal and business correspondence regarding Neil S. Harvie and Glenbow Ranching Limited.
G-1-785 Harvie family – Grandchildren. – 1961-1968. – Consists of personal correspondence with various grandchildren.
G-1-786 Harvie family – Grandchildren – Centennial Coins. – 1966-1968. – Correspondence regarding centennial coin sets ordered for all grandchildren and thank you notes from them.
G-1-787 Harvie family – Grandchildren – Ian Harvie (Circle H Ranch). – 1968-1970. – Consists of correspondence with regarding Ian Harvie and partnership in Circle H Ranch.
G-1-788 Harvie family – Alan D. Harvie (brother). – 1944-1972. – Consists of personal correspondence between Eric Harvie and his brother Alan D. Harvie, and Alan’s two sons Eric and W. John.
G-1-789 Harvie family – Dane M. Harvie (brother). – 1945-1973. – Consists of personal correspondence between Eric Harvie and his brother Dane M. “Pat” Harvie and family.
G-1-790 Harvie family – Mrs. E.B. Alport (Ruth Harvie – sister). – 1949-1970. – Consists of correspondence between Eric Harvie and his sister regarding personal and financial matters.
G-1-791 Harvie family – Miss Janet Gordon Grant (“aunt”). – 1938-1948. – Consists of personal correspondence with family friend “Aunt Janet” and various family members regarding her affairs.
G-1-792 Harvie family – Miss Janet Gordon Grant (“aunt”). – 1949-1955. – Consists of personal correspondence with family friend “Aunt Janet” and various family members regarding her affairs.
G-1-793 Harvie family – James Maclaren Company. – 1964-1970.
G-1-794 Harvie family – H. R. MacMillan. – 1945-51. – Consists of correspondence between Eric Harvie and H.R. MacMillan regarding MacMillan’s son- in-law Gordon Southam.
G-1-795 Harvie family – F.N. Southam estate. – 1955- 1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding the estate of Mrs. Harvie’s father F.N. Southam.
G-1-796 Harvie family – Harvie family tree. – 1962-1968. – Consists of Harvie family tree, related correspondence and photographs.
G-1-797 Harvie family – Beulah M. Lammers. – 1941- 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding sensitive [blackmail] matter involving family of friend and Calgary Herald publisher, Colonel J.H. Woods and Mrs. Beulah Lammers.
G-1-798 Harvie family – Beulah M. Lammers. – 1951- 1962. – Consists of correspondence regarding sensitive [blackmail] matter involving family of friend and Calgary Herald publisher, Colonel J.H. Woods and Mrs. Beulah Lammers.

Series 22

Lafferty family. – 1918-1969. – 55 cm of textual records. – Eric Harvie’s mother Cecily Elizabeth Lafferty, was one of twelve children born to James L. Lafferty (1823- 1881) and Elizabeth Brown (1828-1901) after their marriage in 1846 as follows: Janet Laffery (1847-1934) who married William James Short; James Delamere Lafferty (1849-1920) who married Jessica Patricia Gray; Mary B. (1851- ?) who married Andre D. May; Anna (1854- ?) who married Justice A.F. Ewing; William A. (1857-1886) who married Margaret W. White; Cecily Elizabeth (1859-1940) who married William McLeod Harvie (Harvey); Alexander Norman (1861-1950) who married Elizabeth Huston; Alan Marshall Lafferty (1861-?) who married Jeanette Wheeler; Thomas Brown (1862- ?) who married Nina Elizabeth Sutherland; George or Charles Wilson (1866- ?); Frederic W. (1866- ?); and Leslie D. (1868- ?). — Series consists of files relating to the estates of various Lafferty relations and other Lafferty family matters.

G-1-799 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1919-1934. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-800 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1920-1934. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-801 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1930-1934. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-802 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1918-1932. – Consists of record book regarding properties in Calgary, Lethbridge, Gleichen, and Banff, Alberta as well as in British Columbia and Manitoba; and regarding insurance policies, mortgages and loans. After death of James Delamere Lafferty in 1920, entries were made by Guy A. Lafferty, executor.
G-1-803 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1920-1941. – Consists of financial statements regarding James Delamere Laffery estate (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-804 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1920-1933. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – city properties (Guy A. Lafferty, executor).
G-1-805 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1929-1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Belmont Apartments (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-806 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1942. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Lethbridge properties (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-807 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1942-1948. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Lethbridge properties (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-808 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1945. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Alexander Terrace (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-809 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1929-1945. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Delamere Block and Holland Canada Mortgage (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-810 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1936. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Patricia Block (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-811 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1938, 1947-1948. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – miscellaneous properties (Guy A. Lafferty executor).
G-1-812 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1932-1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – court papers (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-813 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1937. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – Judicial Trustee papers (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-814 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – heirs (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-815 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1934-1951. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – income tax (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-816 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1949-1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate – final passing accounts (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-817 Lafferty family – James Delamere Lafferty estate. – 1950. – Consists of correspondence regarding James Delamere Laffery estate (Eric L. Harvie, Judicial Trustee).
G-1-818 Lafferty family – Jessica Patricia Lafferty estate. – 1935. – Consists of correspondence regarding Jessie P. Lafferty estate.
G-1-819 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty and R.P. Williams. – 1923-1936. — Consists of correspondence regarding Richard P. Williams financial matters.
G-1-820 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1934-1948. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate.
G-1-821 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1935-1938. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate.
G-1-822 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1932-1936. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate – accounts received after estate papers completed.
G-1-823 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1935-1951. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate – provincial succession duties.
G-1-824 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1935. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate – provincial income tax.
G-1-825 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1951. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate.
G-1-826 Lafferty family – Guy Alexander Lafferty estate. – 1950-1956. – Consists of correspondence regarding Guy A. Lafferty estate.
G-1-827 Lafferty family – Geoffrey Grant Lafferty. – 1938-1948. – Consists of correspondence relating to Geoffrey G. Lafferty.
G-1-828 Lafferty family – Geoffrey Grant Lafferty estate. – 1953-1958. – Consists of correspondence relating to Geoffrey G. Lafferty estate.
G-1-829 Lafferty family – Richard Grey Delamere Lafferty. – 1947-1973. – Consists of correspondence between Eric Harvie and Richard G.D. Lafferty and other related correspondence.
G-1-830 Lafferty family – Alexander Norman Lafferty estate. – 1950-1969. – Consists of correspondence regarding Alexander N. Lafferty estate.
G-1-831 Lafferty family – Leslie D. Lafferty. – 1926- 1939. – Consists of correspondence regarding Leslie D. Lafferty.
G-1-831a Lafferty family – Alan M Lafferty. – 1939- 1949. – Consists of correspondence regarding Alan M. Lafferty and family.
G-1-832 Lafferty family – Lafferty family history. – 1969. – Consists of 1886 photograph of the eight sons of James L. Lafferty and Elizabeth Brown and related correspondence with family members.

Series 23

Eric Lafferty Harvie estate. – 1948-1976. – 28 cm of textual records. – Eric Harvie was born April 2, 1892 and died January 11, 1975. – Sub-series consists of correspondence re his will and estate, correspondence and clippings re his death, and letters and cards of sympathy to Mrs. Eric Harvie upon his death.

G-1-833 Eric Lafferty Harvie estate – Will and estate – General. – 1948-1969
G-1-833a Eric Lafferty Harvie estate – Will and estate – Personal assets. – 1957-1971
G-1-834 Eric Lafferty Harvie estate – Will and estate – Estates Tax Act (1961). – 1961, 1967. – Consists of copy of Estate Tax Act of 1961 and copy of The Estate Tax Rebate Act and Regulations with Explanatory Notes of 1967.
G-1-835 Eric Lafferty Harvie estate – Will and estate – Correspondence (Part I). – 1975. – Consists of correspondence between lawyers, executors and beneficiaries of the estate.
G-1-836 Eric Lafferty Harvie estate – Will and estate – Correspondence (Part II). – 1975. – Consists of correspondence between lawyers, executors and beneficiaries of the estate.
G-1-837 Eric L. Harvie estate – Will and estate – Correspondence (Part III). – 1975-1976. – Consists of correspondence between lawyers, executors and beneficiaries of the estate.
G-1-838 Eric L. Harvie estate – Death. – 1975-1978. – Consists of correspondence informing people of Eric Harvie’s death.
G-1-839 Eric L. Harvie estate – Death. – 1975. – Consists of clippings of notices and articles published after Eric Harvie’s death.
G-1-840 Eric L. Harvie estate – Death. – 1975. – Consists of letters of sympathy to Mrs. Eric Harvie.
G-1-841 Eric L. Harvie estate – Death. – 1975. – Consists of letters of sympathy to Mrs. Eric Harvie.
G-1-842 Eric L. Harvie estate – Death. – 1975. – Consists of sympathy cards to Mrs. Eric Harvie.

Series 24

Personal correspondence (chronological). – 1920-1955. – 56 cm of textual records. – Series consists of personal correspondence handled by Eric Harvie while at his business office. Consists largely of correspondence with his friends, relatives, father-in-law, and acquaintances, and includes sympathy notes, letters of reference or introduction, and letters regarding visits, health and mutual friends. There is considerable correspondence from the 1920s to1940s with organizations in which Harvie was an active member, including the Calgary Bar Association, Alberta Military Institute, Chinook Jockey Club, Calgary Golf and Country Club, Calgary Highlanders, 15th Alberta Light Horse, St. Hilda’s School, Ranchmen’s Club, and Alberta Live Stock Associations. The series also includes Christmas card lists (1933-1950), and correspondence regarding the purchase of Victory bonds, clothing, fishing equipment, radio licences and magazine subscriptions. During the 1940s there is much correspondence related to travel arrangements, including passport applications, hotel and car bookings, and air travel bookings. From 1950 to1952, the files contain many invitations to official functions. The series is incomplete, missing files from 1922-1923, and 1928-1931. Arranged in date order.

G-1-843 Personal correspondence. – 1920- 1921
G-1-844 Personal correspondence. – 1924- 1925
G-1-845 Personal correspondence. – 1926- 1927
G-1-846 Personal correspondence. – 1932
G-1-847 Personal correspondence. – 1933
G-1-848 Personal correspondence. – 1934
G-1-849 Personal correspondence. – 1935- 1936
G-1-850 Personal correspondence. – 1937
G-1-851 Personal correspondence. – 1938
G-1-852 Personal correspondence. – 1939
G-1-853 Personal correspondence. – 1940- 1941
G-1-854 Personal correspondence. – 1942- 1943
G-1-855 Personal correspondence. – 1944- 1945
G-1-856 Personal correspondence. – 1946
G-1-857 Personal correspondence. – 1947
G-1-858 Personal correspondence. – 1948
G-1-859 Personal correspondence. – 1949
G-1-860 Personal correspondence. – 1950
G-1-861 Personal correspondence. – 1951
G-1-862 Personal correspondence. – January-June 1952
G-1-863 Personal correspondence. – July-December 1952
G-1-864 Personal correspondence. – 1953- 1954
G-1-865 Personal correspondence. – January-July 1955
G-1-866 Personal correspondence. – August-December 1955

Series 25

Personal correspondence (alphabetical). – 1952-1977, predominant 1955- 1974. – 1.19 m of textual records. – Series consists of letters sent to Eric Harvie by a wide range of friends, business associates, and personal acquaintances. Frequent correspondents are listed by name in the file-level descriptions below. Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.

G-1-867 Personal correspondence – General. – 1969- 1974
G-1-868 Personal correspondence – General (confidential). – 1955-1969
G-1-869 Personal correspondence – Telephone and address lists. – 1965-1971
G-1-870 Personal correspondence “A”. – 1955-1971. – Correspondents include E.P. Achnides, Robbie Agnew, J.A. Allen and Company, Mrs. Walter B. (Leslie) Allen, F.N. Ambler, Alex Anderson, Sir Gilbert Archey, Dr. Eric R. Arthur, Major W. Atkinson, and Fred S. Auger.
G-1-871 Personal correspondence “B”. – 1955-1959. – Correspondents include Dr. Marius Barbeau, George Bauerdorf, Peter Bawden, Max Bell, Clare Bice, Ann Boon, John J. Bowlen, H.P. Buchanan, Leonard W. Brockington, and Samuel Bronfman.
G-1-872 Personal correspondence “B”. – 1960-1963. – Correspondents include Tom Baines, Mrs. Seigfried Balke (Anne), Frank Ballachey, Dr. Marius Barbeau, Dudley E. Batchelor, Peter Bawden, Oswold Beamish, Charles G. Beeching, Charlie Beil, Billy Belknap, Max Bell, Peter H. Bennett, Paul Bienvenu, William McCormick Blair, Ann Boon, E.W. Bowness, Leonard W. Brockington, and Samuel Bronfman.
G-1-873 Personal correspondence “B”. – 1964-1973. – Correspondents include Bill Baddeley, Tom Baines, A.T. “Bert” Baker, St. Clair Balfour, Dudley E. Batchelor, Max Bell, Mrs. Belmore Brown (Evelyn), Russell H. Bennett, Henry Birks, William McCormick Blair, Doris Blow, E.W. Bowness, Leonard W. Brockington, Charles R. Bronfman, Nelson Buhler, William H. Burgess, and Lorna Burtwell.
G-1-874 Personal correspondence “C”. – 1956-1961. – Correspondents include Dr. Charles A. Camsell, Kenneth LeM. Carter, Humphrey Childe, William G. Clark, Errett L. Cord, F.M. Connell, J.H. Crang, J.B. Cross, and Josephine Crumrine.
G-1-875 Personal correspondence “C”. – 1962-1967. – Correspondents include George Calvert, Kenneth LeM. Carter, Red Cathcart, Floyd W. Chalmers, Marjorie L. Cochrane, George L. Crawford, J.B. Cross, and Josephine Crumrine.
G-1-876 Personal correspondence “C”. – 1968-1974. – Correspondents include Teri Card, H.G. Chritchley, Frank “Nobby” Clark, Mrs. E.F Foster Copp (Louise), George L. Crawford, A.R. “Sandy” Cross, J.B. Cross, and Bishop “Bill” Crump.
G-1-877 Personal correspondence “C”: Senator Donald Cameron. – 1961-1968
G-1-878 Personal correspondence “C”: Senator Donald Cameron. – 1969
G-1-879 Personal correspondence “C”: Senator Donald Cameron. – 1970-1973
G-1-880 Personal correspondence “C”: G.A. Costigan. – 1957-1960
G-1-881 Personal correspondence “C”: A.S. Chapman. – 1955-1959
G-1-882 Personal correspondence “C”: Red Cathcart. – 1955-1973
G-1-883 Personal correspondence “D”. — 1955-1974. – Correspondents include J.S. Daly, W. F. Davidson, Tommy C. Davis, Hugh A. Dempsey, Dr. J.R. “Ritchie” Donald, Mrs. E.S. Doughty, Mary Dover, and H.A. Dyde.
G-1-884 Personal correspondence “D”: T.C. Davis. – 1952-1954
G-1-885 Personal correspondence “D”: T.C. Davis. – 1955-1957
G-1-886 Personal correspondence “D”: T.C. Davis. – 1958-1960
G-1-887 Personal correspondence “E”. – 1955-1970. – Correspondents include Captain E.P. Earnshaw, Edward Eberstadt & Sons, Gladys Egbert, William J. Edmonds, Smoky Emett, Empire Trust Company, George Encil, Eterna (Swiss watch company), Catherine Evamy, and H.J.G. Exton.
G-1-888 Personal correspondence “F”. – 1956-1974. – Correspondents include Roy Farran, John Farrell, Irving Feist, John C.L. Ferguson, Dr. O.J. Firestone, Gordon Fisher, Marjorie Fisher, Philip S. Fisher, Iris Naish Fleming, Dick Forbis, C.J. Ford, Don Frache, Hon. Mr. Justice Samuel Freedman, and Leslie M. Frost.
G-1-889 Personal correspondence “G”. – 1956-1960. – Correspondents include Gaby of Montreal, Senator F.W. Gershaw, John Gilroy, Philip H. Godsell, Mrs. John Goodwin (Laurel), Major Robert Gordon, Admiral Erl C.B. Gould, J.F. Grainger, and Mrs. Norman Griffith (Helen).
G-1-890 Personal correspondence “G”. – 1961-1973. – Correspondents include F.P. Galbraith, John M. Glassco, George H. Gooderham, Major R. Gordon, Ruth Gorman, Heward Grafftey, Archdeacon W.D. Grant, Greenshields Incorporated, and Hugh B. Griffith. Also includes correspondence about Lillian Graham.
G-1-891 Personal correspondence “H”. – 1955-1962. – Correspondents include Dorothy von Hammerstein, Robert N. Harvey, Captain E. Harwich, J.F. Hayes, Robert C. Heim, O.R. Hollinsworth, Ruth M. Home, Hooker Electrochemical Company, and Claude Humphreys.
G-1-892 Personal correspondence “H”. – 1963-1966. – Correspondents include Dorothy von Hammerstein, Lorna Harvie, Robert C. Heim, H.E. Heinemann, and Harry B. Hussey.
G-1-893 Personal correspondence “H”. – 1967-1974. – Correspondents include G. Edward Hall, Douglas S. Harkness, Robert C. Heim, Margaret “Marmie” Hess, Ambrose Holowach, and John Hugill.
G-1-894 Personal correspondence “H”: John Harvie [nephew]. – 1969-1971
G-1-895 Personal correspondence “H”: E. Roland Harriman. – 1963-1964
G-1-896 Personal correspondence “H”: Ambrose Holowach. – 1970-1971
G-1-897 Personal correspondence “I”. – 1956-1969. – Correspondents include Inclinator Company of America, Ed Ingram, and Richard G. Ivey.
G-1-898 Personal correspondence “I”: Eleanor Ingram. – 1971-1977
G-1-899 Personal correspondence “J”. – 1956-1974. – Correspondents include Allan Jarvis, Ruth H. Jennings, Walter H. Johns, Stanley N. Jones, Elaine Joyce, Martin Joyce, and W.K. Jull.
G-1-900 Personal correspondence “K”. – 1956-1971. – Correspondents include Mike Kanaskis, Charles Kennedy, Philip Ketchum, Archie Key, John M. Kingsley, and Ray R. Knight.
G-1-901 Personal correspondence “K”: Ernest A. Kehr [New York]. – 1957-1971
G-1-902 Personal correspondence “L”. – 1956-1962. – Correspondents include Leon Ladner, Betsy Lafferty, Hugh C. Land, E. Walter Latendorf, John Laurie, Douglas Leechman, Lloyd Brothers Ltd., John L. Loeb, Eleanor Luxton, George N. Luxton, and C.H. Lyons.
G-1-903 Personal correspondence “L”. – 1963-1968. – Correspondents include Alan C. Lapiner, Henry A. Laughlin, Douglas Leechman, John Lecky, Pat Legge, D. Geneva Lent, Edric Lloyd, O.S. Longman, Robert O. Lord, and Keith W. Luxton,
G-1-904 Personal correspondence “L”. – 1969-1974. – Correspondents include John Lecky, John Lewis, Edric Lloyd, Coolie Lord, Allan T. Love, and A.W. Ludwig
G-1-905 Personal correspondence “L”: Premier Peter Lougheed. – 1971-1972
G-1-906 Personal correspondence “M”. – 1956-1965. – Correspondents include Ernest C. Manning, F.C. Manning, Dean Mathey, Maude E. Mayhood, Edwin W. Mead, Richard K. Mellon, E.E. Menton, Viscount Montgomery, G.C. Monture, G.G.L. Moore, and Colonel H.G.F. Morgan.
G-1-907 Personal correspondence “M”. – 1966-1972. – Correspondents include Ernest C. Manning, J.H. Menten, Justice W.G. Morrow, C.Y. Morse, and Colonel E.T. Munro.
G-1-908 Personal correspondence “M”: F.C. Mannix. – 1969-1971
G-1-909 Personal correspondence “Mc” and “Mac”. – 1955-1961. – Correspondents include John A. MacAulay, Justice J. Boyd McBride, Marion McCrea, J.W. McDiarmid, Donald H. MacKay, Stuart MacKay, M.W. MacKenzie, N.A.M. MacKenzie, J. Angus McKinnon, T.R. McLagan, Sir Ernest MacMillan, and H.K. MacMillan.
G-1-910 Personal correspondence “Mc” and “Mac”. – 1962-1967. – Correspondents include Patrick D. Macdonald, Colin B. MacKay, Senator Norman A. MacKenzie, T.R. McLagan, A. Barnet Maclaren, Major Donald R. Maclaren, and N. John McNeill.
G-1-911 Personal correspondence “Mc” and “Mac”. – 1968-1974. – Correspondents include Alan McCall, Pat McCloy, N.A.M. MacKenzie, and Senator Norman A. MacKenzie.
G-1-912 Personal correspondence “Mc” and “Mac”: Macleod, McDermid, Dixon, Burns et al [law firm]. – 1962-1968
G-1-913 Personal correspondence “Mc” and “Mac”: H.R. MacMillan. – 1965-1977
G-1-914 Personal correspondence “N”. – 1956-1974. – Correspondents include Clair Alson Nabors, Matt M. Newell, Harry Newman, Peter C. Newman, and Carl O. Nickle.
G-1-915 Personal correspondence “O”. – 1957-1970. – Correspondents include Al Oeming, Pat Oliver, and Orillia Public Library.
G-1-916 Personal correspondence “O”: Al Oeming. – 1965-1967
G-1-917 Personal correspondence “P”. – 1955-1961. – Correspondents include John Parker, Lord Parker, Lester B. Pearson, E.E. Poole, Mrs. John Poole, and Kenneth A. Pugh.
G-1-918 Personal correspondence “P”. – 1962-1973. – Correspondents include R.M. Patterson, Harry Pearce, E.E. Poole, Millie Pratt, and Mrs. B.E. Prior.
G-1-919 Personal correspondence “P”: Richard H. Pough. – 1957-1974
G-1-920 Personal correspondence “Q”. – 1957-1969. – Correspondents consist of Robert Quigley, Thomas R. Quinlan, and Wong Quon.
G-1-921 Personal correspondence “R”. – 1955-1974. – Correspondents include Guido Rahr, Colonel Hector Reid, C. Leslie Rice, Douglas K. Robertson, H. Basil Robertson, John Rogers, William N. Roper, and Frank M. Ross.
G-1-922 Personal correspondence “R”: Chester A. Ronning. – 1966-1970
G-1-923 Personal correspondence “S”. – 1955-1961. – Correspondents include Joe Saunders, J. Fred Scott, Gordon Sellar, Harry B. Shpiner, Kenneth Sobers, L.A. Stack, Dr. Andrew Stewart, Edgar Swain, R.O. Sweezey, and Norah Swift.
G-1-924 Personal correspondence “S”. – 1962-1966. – Correspondents include J. Fred Scott, Murton A. Seymour, Ronald B. Simmons, W.E. Simpson, Justice J.H. Sissons, E. John Slatter, Steuben Glass, and Frank G. Swanson.
G-1-925 Personal correspondence “S”. – 1967-1974. – Correspondents include Dr. Charles R. Schroeder, Frederick L. Scott, J. Fred Scott, Willoughby F. Senior, Christine Sheldon-Williams, William E. Simpson, J.H. Sissons, Donald G. Skinner, E. John Slatter, William Alden Smith, Mason B. Starring, and Ralph G. Steinhauer.
G-1-926 Personal correspondence “S”: Dr. Charles R. Schroeder. – 1969
G-1-927 Personal correspondence “S”: The Slahors. – 1969
G-1-928 Personal correspondence “S”: E. John Slatter. – 1973-1976
G-1-929 Personal correspondence “S”: Lt. Col. Harwood Steele. – 1965-1975
G-1-930 Personal correspondence “S”: Dr. Andrew Stewart. – 1966
G-1-931 Personal correspondence “S”: Premier Harry Strom. – 1969-1970
G-1-932 Personal correspondence “T. – 1956-1973. – Correspondents include J. Allyn Taylor, Lynn Taylor, Nick Taylor, Mina Tropp, Fred Turnbull, John D. Turner, and Mrs. I.H.I. Turner.
G-1-933 Personal correspondence “T”: A. Beeby- Thompson. – 1952-1953
G-1-934 Personal correspondence “T”: E.B. Tiffany [Birks]. – 1969-1970
G-1-935 Personal correspondence “U”. – 1956. – Consists of correspondence with the Union Gas Company.
G-1-936 Personal correspondence “V”. – 1956-1969. – Correspondents include Gene Vallat, Govert van Schaik, Governor-General Georges P. Vanier, and General Chris Vokes.
G-1-937 Personal correspondence “W”. – 1955-1960. – Correspondents include H.L. Wadsworth, Rita Watson, Catharine Whyte, Peter Whyte, Tommy B. Williams, and Marie Wormington.
G-1-938 Personal correspondence “W”. – 1961-1966. – Correspondents include Elspeth Waddington, David Walker, Katharine Weems, Douglas B. Weldon, Catharine Whyte, Peter Whyte, Peter E. Wong, and Kerry Wood.
G-1-939 Personal correspondence “W”. – 1967-1972. – Correspondents include David Walker, Catharine Whyte, and Knight Woolley.
G-1-940 Personal correspondence “W”: Terry Walton (confidential). – 1961-1964
G-1-941 Personal correspondence “W”: George Watt. – 1958-1960
G-1-942 Personal correspondence “W”: George B. Webster. – 1955-1960
G-1-943 Personal correspondence “W”: George B. Webster estate. – 1960-1966
G-1-944 Personal correspondence “X-Y-Z”. — 1956- 1969. – Correspondents include Maurice Yacowar, D. Yanda, and O.C. Yates.

Series 26

Friends and acquaintances abroad. – 1949-1969. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence between Eric Harvie and people outside of Canada. Includes address books.

G-1-945 Friends and acquaintances abroad. – 1949- 1953
G-1-946 Friends and acquaintances abroad. – 1954
G-1-947 Friends and acquaintances abroad. – 1955- 1962
G-1-948 Friends and acquaintances abroad – Addresses. – 1959-1969
G-1-949 Friends and acquaintances abroad – Outdated address books. – [ca. 1950s-1960s]

Series 27

Christmas. – 1950-1973. – 36.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of lists of people to whom the Harvies sent Christmas cards, letters included with cards, cards received from others, acknowledgements for gifts and cards, and letters of thank you for gifts sent. Also consists of lists of staff who received Christmas bonuses, lists of recipients of gift subscriptions to the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and letters to staff who had become parents during the year, and who were sent $50.00 ‘baby bonuses’. After 1966 the files consist primarily of transcriptions of messages in cards addressed to the Harvies. (These were apparently forwarded to the Harvies who were often not in Calgary for Christmas.)

G-1-950 Christmas 1950 and 1951. – 1950- 1952
G-1-951 Christmas 1952 and 1953. – 1952- 1954
G-1-952 Christmas 1954 and 1955. – 1954- 1956
G-1-953 Christmas 1956. – 1956-1957
G-1-954 Christmas 1957. – 1957-1958
G-1-955 Christmas 1958. – 1958-1959
G-1-956 Christmas 1959. – 1959-1960
G-1-957 Christmas 1960. – 1960-1961
G-1-958 Christmas 1961. – 1961-1962
G-1-959 Christmas 1962. – 1962-1963
G-1-960 Christmas 1963. – 1963-1964
G-1-961 Christmas 1964. – 1964-1965
G-1-962 Christmas 1965. – 1965-1966
G-1-963 Christmas 1966. – 1966-1967
G-1-964 Christmas 1967. – 1967-1968
G-1-965 Christmas 1968. – 1968-1969
G-1-966 Christmas 1969. – 1969
G-1-967 Christmas 1970. – 1970-1971
G-1-968 Christmas 1971. – 1971
G-1-969 Christmas 1972. – 1972
G-1-970 Christmas 1973. – 1973

Series 28

House and homestead. – 1915-1963. – 15.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of records related to the quarter section of “homestead” land near Castor, Alberta which Eric Harvie filed on in 1915, and eventually gained title to in 1923 under the Soldiers’ Settlement plan. The land was located at NW 6-35-11-W4, in the Municipal District of Paintearth. He never actually lived on the homestead, and the land was transferred to The Glenbow Company Ltd. in 1945. The series also documents the house that the Harvies built in 1920 at 303 – 36th Avenue SW, in the Elbow Park district of Calgary. Included are land transfer documents, contracts with architects and builders, correspondence regarding furnishings, and correspondence about the taxes and ongoing maintenance of the house.

G-1-971 Homestead. – 1915-1938
G-1-972 Homestead. – 1939-1950
G-1-973 House (36th Avenue SW). – 1920. – Includes documents regarding the acquisition of the land, and the contract with the architect, Charles Hay, and builders.
G-1-OS2 House (36th Avenue SW). – 1920. – Includes drawings of interior architectural details by Charles Hay; plan of the city lot; and a detailed plan of the landscaping of the lots, including the shrubs, trees and flowers.
G-1-974 Goodwin’s Ltd, Montreal. – 1920-1921. – Regarding furnishings for the new house.
G-1-975 House (303-36th Avenue SW). – 1921- 1926
G-1-976 House (303-36th Avenue SW). – 1927- 1949
G-1-977 House (303-36th Avenue SW. – 1950- 1963
G-1-978 House – Moving staircase and elevator. – 1963

Series 29

Automobiles. – 1919-1973. – 8 cm of textual records. – Series consists of car purchase documents, gasoline receipts, drivers’ licences, gasoline ration books, car registrations, and insurance documents.

G-1-979 Automobile. – 1919-1936
G-1-980 Automobile. – 1937-1944
G-1-981 Automobile. – 1945-1951
G-1-982 Automobile. – 1952-1973
G-1-984 Automobile – Accident. – 1962

Series 30

Animals. – 1929-1971. – 25 cm of textual records. – Series consists of purchase records and pedigree information related to purebred dogs, Highland Cattle, and horses owned and raised by Eric Harvie.

G-1-984 Dogs. – 1935-1945
G-1-985 Dogs. – 1946-1950
G-1-986 Dogs. – 1951-1952
G-1-987 Dogs. – 1952-1963
G-1-988 Dogs – Weimaraner Club of America. – 1951- 1953
G-1-989 Livestock. – 1929-1936
G-1-990 Livestock – General. – 1955-1971
G-1-991 Highland Cattle – General. – 1954- 1955
G-1-992 Highland Cattle – General. – 1956- 1960
G-1-993 Highland Cattle – General. – 1961- 1971
G-1-994 Highland Cattle – Importing. – October 1955- March 1956
G-1-995 Highland Cattle – Importing. – April-August 1956
G-1-996 Highland Cattle – Breeding. – 1955- 1959
G-1-997 Horses. – 1939-1961
G-1-998 Horses – Heavy horse breeding project. – 1963- 1964

Series 31

Sports. – 1933-1976. – 25 cm of textual records. – Series consists of records related to the purchase of sports equipment (in particular guns), the acquisition of fish and game licences, and the purchase of tickets for various spectator sporting events including hockey, horse shows, and baseball. For other information on Eric Harvie’s memberships in shooting and sporting clubs, see Series 13 (Clubs).

G-1-999 Sports – General. – 1939-1957
G-1-1000 Guns. – 1951-1960
G-1-1001 Guns. – 1961-1971
G-1-1002 Guns – Walther Air Pistol. – 1961
G-1-1003 Shooting. – 1933-1940
G-1-1004 Shooting. – 1941-1948
G-1-1005 Shooting. – 1949-1950
G-1-1006 Shooting. – 1951-1954
G-1-1007 Shooting. – 1955-1961, 1971-1972
G-1-1008 Shooting – Hungarian Partridge Fund. – 1939
G-1-1009 Shooting Traps. – 1960-1961, 1976
G-1-1010 Fishing. – 1944, 1956
G-1-1011 Tickets – Hockey. – 1939-1954
G-1-1012 Tickets – Hockey, football. – 1955- 1964
G-1-1013 Tickets – Stampede. – 1956-1973
G-1-1014 Tickets – Calgary Horse Show. – 1959- 1971
G-1-1015 Tickets – Calgary Horse Show. – 1972- 1973
G-1-1016 Baseball – Pete Egan Cup. – 1957- 1960
G-1-1017 Riding boots. – 1958

Personal Financial Matters

Series 32

Income tax. – 1921-1976. – 43 cm of textual records. – Series consists of provincial income tax returns for both Eric and Dorothy Harvie (1931-1940), and federal income tax returns for Eric Harvie (1920- 1974).

G-1-1018 Provincial income tax returns [tax years 1931- 1940]. – 1932-1941
G-1-1019 Provincial income tax returns [tax years 1931- 1940] – Dorothy Jean Harvie. – 1932-1941
G-1-1020 Dominion income tax returns [tax years 1920- 1931]. – 1921-1932
G-1-1021 Dominion income tax returns [tax years 1932- 1940]. – 1933-1942
G-1-1022 Dominion income tax returns [tax years 1941- 1946]. – 1942-1949
G-1-1023 Dominion income tax returns [tax years 1947- 1949]. – 1947-1950
G-1-1024 Dominion income tax returns for Trusts. – 1947-1961
G-1-1025 Income tax instalments – Instructions for Miss Maclean [clerical staff]. – 1947-1949
G-1-1026 Income tax – General. – 1950-1961
G-1-1027 Income tax return [tax year 1950]. – 1950- 1955
G-1-1028 Income tax return [tax year 1950]. – 1950- 1955. – Consists of correspondence regarding appeal to the Income Tax Appeal Board.
G-1-1029 Income tax return [tax year 1951]. – 1951- 1956
G-1-1030 Income tax return [tax year 1952]. – 1953- 1956
G-1-1031 Income tax return [tax year 1953]. – 1953- 1956
G-1-1032 Income tax return [tax year 1954]. – 1954- 1956
G-1-1033 Income tax return [tax year 1955]. – 1955- 1956
G-1-1034 Income tax return [tax year 1956]. – 1956- 1958
G-1-1035 Income tax return [tax year 1957]. – 1957- 1958
G-1-1036 Income tax return [tax year 1958]. – 1958- 1959
G-1-1037 Income tax return [tax year 1959]. – 1959- 1960
G-1-1038 Income tax return [tax year 1960]. – 1959- 1961
G-1-1039 Income tax return [tax year 1961]. – 1961- 1962
G-1-1040 Income tax return [tax year 1962]. – 1962- 1963
G-1-1041 Income tax return [tax year 1963]. – 1963- 1964
G-1-1042 Income tax return [tax year 1964]. – 1964- 1965
G-1-1043 Income tax return [tax year 1965]. – 1965- 1966
G-1-1044 Income tax return [tax year 1966]. – 1966- 1967
G-1-1045 Income tax return [tax year 1967]. – 1967- 1968
G-1-1046 Income tax return [tax year 1968]. – 1968- 1969
G-1-1047 Income tax return [tax year 1969]. – 1969- 1971
G-1-1048 Income tax return [tax year 1970]. – 1970- 1971
G-1-1049 Income tax return [tax year 1971]. – 1971- 1972
G-1-1050 Income tax return [tax year 1972]. – 1972- 1973
G-1-1051 Income tax return [tax year 1973]. – 1973- 1974
G-1-1052 Income tax return [tax year 1974]. – 1974- 1976

Series 33

Bank Statements. – 1937-1974. – 32 cm of textual records. – Series consists of monthly statements from the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce detailing his income and disbursements. The statements include details of salaries from his businesses (Western Leaseholds, Western Minerals), directorships (Southam Company, Canada Trust), and pensions; and his personal expenses, including his house, memberships, donations, trips, and miscellaneous expenses. Also includes correspondence with various banks in which he held personal accounts, and miscellaneous receipts.

G-1-1053 Monthly bank statements. – 1949- 1954
G-1-1054 Monthly bank statements. – 1955- 1957
G-1-1055 Monthly bank statements. – 1958- 1959
G-1-1056 Monthly bank statements. – 1960- 1961
G-1-1057 Monthly bank statements. – 1962- 1964
G-1-1058 Monthly bank statements. – 1965- 1967
G-1-1059 Monthly bank statements. – 1968- 1969
G-1-1060 Monthly bank statements. – 1970- 1974
G-1-1061 Monthly bank statements – Personal cash and other budgets. – 1959-1962, 1968-1975
G-1-1062 Personal bank account (Imperial Bank of Canada). – 1937-1960
G-1-1063 Personal bank account (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce). – 1958-1972
G-1-1064 Personal bank account (CIBC, London, England). – 1951-1968
G-1-1065 Personal bank account (Canada Trust). – 1958- 1960
G-1-1066 Personal bank account (Security Pacific National Bank, Rancho Santa Fe). – 1969-1974
G-1-1067 Miscellaneous receipts and bills. – 1948- 1949
G-1-1068 Miscellaneous receipts and bills. – 1950- 1952
G-1-1069 Miscellaneous receipts and bills. – 1953- 1962

Series 34

Investments and securities held. – 1947-1975. – 12.5 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence and statements of account related to Eric Harvie’s investment portfolio.

G-1-1070 Investments and securities held – General. – 1956-1962
G-1-1071 Investments and securities held – General. – 1963-1972
G-1-1072 Investments and securities held – General. – 1973-1975
G-1-1073 Investments and securities held – Government annuities. – 1947-1963
G-1-1074 Investments and securities held – F & A Trust. – 1961-1968
G-1-1075 Investments and securities held – F & A Trust. – 1969-1975
G-1-1076 Investments and securities held – F & A Trust. – 1970-1975. – Consists of correspondence regarding Glenbow Foundation projects funded.
G-1-1077 Investments and securities held – Mayor Drapeau, Montreal. – 1968
G-1-1078 Investments and securities held – Stampede Sweepstake. – 1970

Series 35

Insurance. – 1918-1975. – 25 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence about insurance policies held by Eric Harvie. Includes medicare records.

G-1-1079 Insurance – General. – 1920-1930
G-1-1080 Insurance – General. – 1931-1946
G-1-1081 Insurance – General. – 1947-1955
G-1-1082 Insurance – General. – 1956-1961
G-1-1083 Insurance – Sun Life surrendered policies. – 1958-1959
G-1-1084 Insurance – Imperial Life surrendered policies. – 1958-1959
G-1-1085 Insurance – Canada Life surrendered policy. – 1959
G-1-1086 Insurance – Mutual Life surrendered policy. – 1959
G-1-1087 Insurance – Returned Soldiers’ Insurance. – 1918-1921
G-1-1088 Insurance – Dominion of Canada [Returned Soldiers’ Insurance] surrendered policy. – 1959
G-1-1089 Medical insurance – Out of province hospital claim – Massachusetts General Hospital. – 1959
G-1-1090 Medicare and pensions. – 1966-1972
G-1-1091 Medicare and pensions. – 1973-1975

Series 36

Requests for financial assistance. – 1937-1974. – 50 cm of textual records. – Series consists of correspondence regarding financial assistance provided by Eric Harvie to a wide variety of educational, charitable and political organizations, as well as to private individuals. Also includes requests for financial aid for many projects that he chose not to support.

G-1-1092 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1950-1952
G-1-1093 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1952-1954
G-1-1094 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1955-1960
G-1-1095 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1961-1962
G-1-1096 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1963-1964
G-1-1097 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1965-1966
G-1-1098 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1967-1968
G-1-1099 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1969-1970
G-1-1100 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1971
G-1-1101 Requests for financial assistance – General. – 1972-1974
G-1-1102 Personal donations. – 1937-1949
G-1-1103 Personal donations. – 1950-1959
G-1-1104 Personal donations. – 1961-1968, 1972
G-1-1105 Charitable donations outside Canada. – 1967- 1969
G-1-1106 Charitable donations outside Canada – University of the West Indies. – 1968
G-1-1107 Political contributions. – 1956-1967
G-1-1108 Political contributions. – 1971
G-1-1109 Political contributions. – 1973-1974
G-1-1110 Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. – 1947- 1948
G-1-1111 Helen Brown [nursing home]. – 1950- 1951
G-1-1112 Sir Arthur Currie [book]. – 1951- 1954
G-1-1113 Presbyterian Church (Max Bell). – 1967- 1970
G-1-1114 Reverend I.H. Fuller (Port Hardy) – Sea Cadet Corps (Admiral hardy). – 1967-1969
G-1-1115 Kinsmen Club – Proposed Centre for Arts and Recreation. – 1969
G-1-1116 RCAF Memorial Fund (and Air Marshall Dunlap). – 1970-1973
G-1-1117 Rufus Goodstriker. – 1969-1972

Personal Memorabilia

Series 37

Military Service. — World War I. — 1915-1919. — 12.5 cm of textual records. — Eric Harvie’s military career began when he enlisted in the 15th Alberta Light Horse. He was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the 103rd Regiment Calgary Rifles, Non-Permanent Active Militia on October 5, 1915, transferring to the 56th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force a month later. Following his training, he embarked for England, sailing from Halifax on the S.S. Baltic on April 1, 1916. Later that year, his two brothers Alan and Dane (Pat) also went overseas. By mid-June Eric Harvie was posted to the 49th Battalion as a Lieutenant. On October 8th, 1916, he was wounded during the battle at Courcellette on the Somme. After spending several months in a London hospital, he was sent back to Canada for further treatment in January, 1917. Following further time in hospital, he was seconded to the Royal Flying Corps (which was to become the Royal Air Force on April 1st, 1918) and he served with them until late 1918. He was promoted to the rank of Captain and was Adjutant at camps located in Borden, Deseronto and Beamsville, Ontario, and Fort Worth, Texas. Following the armistice, he returned to the 49th Battalion and was demobilised in January, 1919. During this period, Eric Harvie was still spelling his last name “Harvey”. — Series consists of training notebook, field message books, military orders and maps, personal correspondence, and other miscellaneous material re World War I.

G-1-1118 Military training notebook. — May 1-6, 1916. – – Training taken at Shorncliffe, England by Eric L. Harvey, Lieutenant, 56th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force.
G-1-1119 Company Roll Book and Field Message Book. — [ca. 1916]. — Notebooks are empty.
G-1-1120 Field Message Book and loose contents. — April 1, 1916- February 6, 1917. — Contents include list of first class passengers sailing on S.S. Baltic; operation orders and maps for military troops at the front; seniority list for officers of the 49th Battalion; clippings re battle in which Eric Harvey was wounded; instructions re medical treatment.
G-1-1121 Tables showing Flying Time at Camp Borden and Camp Taliaferro, Fort Worth, Texas. — August 7, 1917-January 21, 1918.
G-1-1122 Field Message Book. — [ca. 1917]. — Book appears to belong to Alan D. Harvie, brother of Eric Harvey.
G-1-1123 Personal correspondence re military service. — June, 1916-September, 1917. – Letters primarily to Mrs. Jean Ardern, sister, from Eric, Alan and Dane Harvie while they were overseas. Includes letters from father, William Harvey to Jean and Dane when he was sent to Calgary for military training.
G-1-1124 Christmas/New Years military greeting cards and program for anniversary dinner, Imperial Royal Flying Corps. — 1915-1919.

Series 38

Awards, Honours, etc. — 1951-2002. — 12.5cm of textual records and photographs. — 1 videotape. — 1 audio cassette. Series consists of correspondence and/or photographs, video and audio recording relating to various awards, honours, etc. bestowed upon Eric Harvie.

G-1-1125 Medals, decorations, etc. — Wearing of. — 1967-1973. — Memos and correspondence relating to correct protocol for wearing of medals and decorations awarded to Eric Harvie.
G-1-1126 Order of St. John Investiture. — November 8, 1957. — Photographs documenting ceremony.
G-1-1127 Alberta Historical Society and Canadian Historical Association. — January 8, 1962. — Photograph of ceremony presenting Eric Harvie with the 1960 Alberta Historical Society award to Eric L. Harvie; and the Canadian Historical Association 1961 award to the Glenbow Foundation.
G-1-1128 Honorary Chieftainship Ceremonies. — April 23, 1962. — Text and photographs documenting ceremonies.
G-1-1129 Ranchman’s Club Dinner. — 1967. — Correspondence relating to dinner honouring Eric L. Harvie held April 28, 1967.
G-1-1130 Boy Scouts of Canada medal of merit. — August 2, 1968. Photograph of presentation of medal of merit to Eric L. Harvie.
G-1-1131 Order of Canada Medal of Service (Part I). — 1967-1968. — Correspondence relating to Order of Canada Medal of Service awarded to Eric L. Harvie November 12, 1968 and photograph of ceremony.
G-1-1132 Order of Canada Medal of Service (Part II). — 1969-1972. — Correspondence relating to Order of Canada Medal of Service awarded to Eric L. Harvie November 12, 1968.
G-1-1133 Order of Canada Medal of Service (Part III). — 1972-1975. — Correspondence relating to Order of Canada Medal of Service awarded to Eric L. Harvie November 12, 1968.
G-1-1134 Alberta Achievement Award. — 1974. — Correspondence relating to Alberta Achievement Award given to Eric L. Harvie November 2, 1974.
G-1-1135 Portrait for Eric L. Harvie Theatre. — 1971- 1973. — Correspondence relating to portrait commissioned for the Harvie Theatre at The Banff Centre by artist Robert Hyndman.
G-1-1136 Calgary Highlanders’ Salute to Col. Eric L. Harvie. — nd. — Music written by Pipe Major J. Auld.
G-1-1137 Orillia Hall of Fame. — October 25, 2002. — Correspondence relating to induction of Eric L. Harvie into the Orillia, Ontario Hall of Fame. Includes video “Wall of Fame” and audio cassette tape of the induction ceremony.
G-1-OS3 Miscellaneous awards, honours, presented to Eric L. Harvie. — 1951-2002

Series 39

Clippings. — [ca. 1900-1975]. — 1 m of textual records and photographs. — Series consists of scrapbooks and clipping files reflecting Eric Harvie’s personal, business and charitable interests.

G-1-1138 Scrapbook. — 1922-1928. — Newspaper clippings relating to the oil and gas industry and the stock market.
G-1-1139 Fortune Magazine. — August, 1952. — Magazine contains article The Colourful Businessmen of Canada which includes Eric Harvie (page 130).
G-1-1139a Scottish Field magazine. — August, 1961. — Magazine contains article Calgary by T.J. Honeyman about Eric Harvie and the Glenbow Foundation (pages 32-35).
G-1-1140 Scrapbook. — [ca.1900-1940s]. — Contains photographs, clippings and memorabilia relating to the Harvie family.
G-1-1141 Scrapbook. — 1941. — Contains newspaper clippings re death of Colonel J. H. Woods.
G-1-1142 Scrapbook. — 1941. — Contains newspaper clippings re death of Colonel J. H. Woods.
G-1-1143 Clippings – Personal. — [1950s-1970s]. — Clippings filed under the headings: Publicity, Order of Canada, Directorates and Calgary Highlanders.
G-1-1144 Clippings – Personal. — [1960s-1970s]. — Clippings filed under the headings: Business and Southam Company.
G-1-1145 Clippings – Personal. — [1950s-1970s]. — Clippings filed under the headings: British West Indies, Politics, Canada Council and Canada Trust Company.
G-1-1146 Clippings – Personal. — [1960s-1970s]. — Clippings filed under the headings: Miscellaneous, The Bruce and Wolfe.
G-1-1147 Clippings – Personal. — [1970s]. — Clippings filed under the headings: Publicity, Directorates, Politics, Canada Trust Company, Canada Council, Calgary Highlanders, Southam Company, Business, Order of Canada, The Bruce, Wolfe and Miscellaneous.
G-1-1148 Clippings – Glenbow Foundation – Alberta Government Museum. — 1964. — Clippings, photographs and remarks relating to the opening of the Glenbow Foundation – Alberta Government Museum December 16, 1964.
G-1-1149 Clippings – Glenbow Foundation – Alberta Government Museum. — 1964. — Clippings, photographs and remarks relating to the opening of the Glenbow Foundation – Alberta Government Museum December 16, 1964.
G-1-1150 Clippings – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1966-1970. — Clippings relating to creation of Glenbow-Alberta Institute and gift to the Province of Alberta.
G-1-1151 Clippings – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1970-1973
G-1-1152 Clippings – Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1973-1975
G-1-1153 Clippings – Glenbow Foundation Gallery. — 1963-1972
G-1-1154 Clippings – Glenbow Foundation Gallery. — 1973-1975.
G-1-1155 Clippings – Woods Foundation. — 1963-1974. — Clippings relating to the Conservatory-Aviary at the Calgary Zoo.
G-1-1156 Clippings – Woods Foundation. — 1971-1975. — Clippings relating to Heritage Park.
G-1-1157 Clippings – Woods Foundation. — 1972-1975. — Clippings relating to Heritage Park.
G-1-1158 Clippings – Ace Foundation. — 1969-1975. Clippings relating to travelling caravan exhibits.
G-1-1159 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under headings: Natural History and Eskimo Section.
G-1-1160 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under headings: Paintings and Olympics.
G-1-1161 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under headings: Philately, Jewels, Statues and Sculptures, Personnel and Numismatics.
G-1-1162 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under heading: Indian Section.
G-1-1163 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1974- 1975 Clippings filed under headings: Philately, Jewels, Statues and Sculptures, Personnel, Numismatics, Indian Section and Eskimo Section.
G-1-1164 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1970- 1974. — Clippings filed under headings: Allied Arts.
.G-1-1165 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-xxxx Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — [1960s- 1970s]. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1166 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1971- 1973. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1167 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1973- 1974. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1168 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1974- 1975. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1169 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1975. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1170 Clippings – Riveredge Foundation. — 1976. — Clippings filed under heading: Miscellaneous.
G-1-1171 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — [1930s-1940s]
G-1-1172 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1965-1966
G-1-1173 Clippings – Business and General Interest (Part 1). — 1966-1967
G-1-1174 Clippings – Business and General Interest (Part 2). — 1966-1967
G-1-1175 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1967
G-1-1176 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1967-1968
G-1-1177 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1969
G-1-1178 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1970
G-1-1179 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1971
G-1-1180 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1972
G-1-1181 Clippings – Business and General Interest. — 1973-1974
G-1-1182 Clippings – Canadian Flag. — 1964- 1965
G-1-1183 Clippings – Queen’s Visit to Barbados. — 1966
G-1-1184 Clippings – Egypt-Israel War. — 1967

Series 40

Photographs. — 1854-1971. — 1.5 m of photographs. — 1 film reel. — Series consists of photographs and film relating to Eric Harvie’s family and friends, personal, business and philanthropic interests, and travel.

G-1-1185 Photographs – Personal. — 1854-1960. — Eric Harvie family and friends.
G-1-1186 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1930s – 1971]. – – Eric Harvie family and friends.
G-1-1187 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1897-1930]. — Eric Harvie and family members.
G-1-1188 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1897-1960s]. — Eric Harvie family, friends, events and Glenbow ranches.
G-1-1189 Photographs – Personal. — 1940s-1960s. — Eric Harvie family, friends, events and Glenbow ranches.
G-1-1190 Photographs – Personal. — 1950s-1960s. — Eric Harvie family, friends, events and Glenbow ranches.
G-1-1191 Photographs – Personal. — 1950s-1960s. — Eric Harvie family, friends, events and Glenbow ranches.
G-1-1192 Photographs – Personal. — 1960s. — Eric Harvie family, friends, events and Glenbow ranches.
G-1-1193 Photographs – Personal. — 1971. — Rio Alta ranch.
G-1-1194 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1940s-1960s]. – – Eric Harvie, children and grandchildren.
G-1-1195 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1890s-1940s]. – – Relatives of Eric Harvie, mostly unidentified.
G-1-1196 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1920s-1940s]. – – Family, mostly unidentified.
G-1-1197 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1870s-1953]. — Relatives of Eric Harvie, mostly unidentified. Received from Mrs. Dane Harvie.
G-1-1198 Photographs – Personal. — [ca. 1920s-1940s]. – – Photographs taken in England.
G-1-1199 Photographs – Personal. — 1930s-1950s. — Photographs of hunting and shooting.
G-1-1200 Photographs – Military. — 1917-1918. — Flying schools at Camp Borden, Ontario and Randolph Field, Texas.
G-1-1201 Photographs – Military. — 1917-1918. — Flying schools at Camp Borden, Ontario and Randolph Field, Texas.
G-1-1202 Photographs – Military. — [ca. 1940s]. — Calgary Mounted Constabulary
G-1-1203 Photographs – Military. — 1940-1960s. — Calgary Mounted Constabulary and Calgary Highlanders.
G-1-1204 Photographs – Military. — [ca. 1915-1940s]. — 56th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Forces; and album of Calgary Mounted Constabulary photographs.
G-1-1205 Photographs – Ranchman’s Club Dinners. — 1939, 1959-1969
G-1-1206 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — 1955- 1958. — Dignitaries.
G-1-1207 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — April 29, 1958. — Staff conference held in Banff, Alberta.
G-1-1208 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — March, 1961. — Staff members George H. Gooderham, Hugh A. Dempsey, Dr. Richard G. Forbis, T.R. McCloy, G. Moncrieff Williamson, DeirdreBickford, Mrs. N.M. Ediger, Leslie Agghazy and Susan G. Moore.
G-1-1209 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — June 28, 1961. Harvie family after family Glenbow Foundation meeting and luncheon at 31 Michael Building.
G-1-1210 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — July, 1962. — Glenbow Foundation exhibit in Big 4 Building at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.
G-1-1211 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — October, 1964. — Views of the Calgary Public Library building which housed the Library and Archives of the Glenbow Foundation.
G-1-1212 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — 1964. – – Glenbow Foundation Alberta Government Museum.
G-1-1213 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — July, 1976. Glenbow Foundation exhibits at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.
G-1-1214 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — 1967. – – Glenbow Foundation exhibits at Fort Calgary; visit of journalist Ma Murray to the Library and Archives; and views taken at ice house.
G-1-1215 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — September 22, 1967. — First Annual General Assembly of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute.
G-1-1216 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — September 25, 1969. — Opening of Art Gallery.
G-1-1217 Photographs – Glenbow Foundation. — 1971. – – Displays and Riveredge Building at 901 – 10th Avenue, S.W.
G-1-1218 Photographs – Riveredge Foundation. — 1969- 1971. — Views of Ace Foundation caravans; Tom Baines and “Gimmick Bag” displays at various schools; Allied Arts Centre building and Riveredge Building.
G-1-1219 Photographs – Riveredge Foundation. — 1971. Tom Baines and “Gimmick Bag” displays.
G-1-1220 Photographs – Riveredge Foundation. — May 2, 1971. — Visit of Governor-General Roland Michener to Calgary Children’s Hospital.
G-1-1221 Photographs – Riveredge Foundation. — August, 1971. — Day camp.
G-1-1222 Photographs – Heritage Park. — 1966- 1971
G-1-1223 Photographs – Woods Foundation. — 1967- 1971. — Aviary-Conservatory at Calgary Zoo; and Prince’s Island rose garden.
G-1-1224 Photographs – Luxton Museum. — 1949-1959.
G-1-1225 Photographs – Luxton Museum. — 1955- 1958
G-1-1226 Photographs – Luxton Museum. — 1959
G-1-1227 Photographs – Luxton Museum. — 1960
G-1-1228 Photographs – Other Museums. — 1958- 1960s
G-1-1229 Photographs – Archaeology. — 1956. — Eric Harvie’s snapshot album of unidentified archaeological dig.
G-1-1230 Photographs – Archaeology. — July, 1960. — Cluny Earthlodge Village dig.
G-1-1231 Photographs – Archaeology. — 1962. — Rocky Mountain House.
G-1-1232 Photographs – Pictographs. — 1971
G-1-1233 Photographs – Business travel. — 1920-1921. — Mackenzie Basin Fisheries; Lake Athabasca; Giant Mine, B.C.
G-1-1234 Photographs – Business travel. — 1934-1950s. — Oilfields and pipelines in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Includes area maps.
G-1-1235 Photographs – Business travel. — 1945-1970. — Roxana and Redwater; Canada Council; Canada Trust; plant at Two Hills; and Sodium Sulphate Plant, Metiskow Lake.
G-1-1236 Photographs – Business travel. — 1967. — Seismic operation in Eagle Plain, Yukon Territory.
G-1-1237 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1952-1956. — Stereo slides of various trips.
G-1-1238 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1951-1959. — Slides of various trips.
G-1-1239 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1951-1961. — Slides of various trips.
G-1-1240 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1952. — Slides of Carribean cruise taken February – March.
G-1-1241 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1952-1955. – Slides of trips to Roxana, Glenbow Ranch, and Nova Scotia.
G-1-1242 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1955. — Slides of trip to Spain, Italy and Greece.
G-1-1243 Photographs – Personal travel. — 1968-1970. — Prints of trips to California.
G-1-1244 Film – Personal travel. — [ca. 1950s]. — 16mm film showing Mr. and Mrs. Eric Harvie on yachting trip.

Series 41

Miscellaneous Items. — nd. — 2 items.

G-1-OS3 Poster for Schuller Museum and wolf crest.

Major Projects

Series 42

Statues and statuettes. — 1951-1977. — 37.5 cm of textual records and photographs. — Series consists of correspondence and photographs relating to statues and statuettes which Eric Harvie commissioned or purchased, or in which he had an interest.

G-1-1245 General (Part 1). — 1951-1953. — Correspondence relating to various statues and statuettes.
G-1-1246 General (Part 2). — 1954-1957. — Correspondence relating to various statues and statuettes.
G-1-1247 Customs. — 1956-1957. — Correspondence relating to customs for various statues and statuettes.
G-1-1248 General James Wolfe Statue. — 1951-1977. — Correspondence relating to statue of General James Wolfe by sculptor Massey Rhind.
G-1-1249 General James Wolfe Statue – Unveiling. September 13, 1967. — Photographs of the unveiling of the statue of General James Wolfe by sculptor Massey Rhind at the Planetarium, Calgary, Alberta.
G-1-1250 The Bruce (Part 1). — 1957-1964. — Correspondence relating to The Bruce No. 1 at Bannockburn Scotland and The Bruce No. 2 to be exported to Calgary. Both sculptures of Robert the Bruce were created by sculptor C. d’O Pilkington Jackson.
G-1-1251 The Bruce (Part 2). — 1965
G-1-1252 The Bruce (Part 3). — 1966-1968
G-1-1253 The Bruce (Part 4). — 1969-1975
G-1-1254 The Bruce – R.T. Marshall file. — 1964. — Correspondence relating to transporting The Bruce.
G-1-1255 The Bruce – Extracts from File. — [ca. 1960s]. — Miscellaneous information on the history of Robert the Bruce.
G-1-1256 The Bruce – Plans 1 – 8. – 1965
G-1-1257 The Bruce – Plans 9 – 15. — 1965
G-1-1258 The Bruce – Plans. — 1966
G-1-1259 The Bruce – Clippings and publicity photographs relating to Robert the Bruce statue in Calgary, Alberta. 1966-1969
G-1-1260 The Bruce – Unveiling. — June 23, 1967. – Photographs of the unveiling of Robert the Bruce statue at the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary, Alberta.
G-1-1261 The Bruce – Making of statue at Bannockburn. — 1956-1958. — Photographs documenting process of making the sculpture.
G-1-1262 The Bruce – Making of statue at Bannockburn. — 1963-1964. — Photographs documenting process of making the sculpture.
G-1-1263 The Bruce – Making of statue at Bannockburn. — 1958-1965. — Information compiled by Margaret N. Blair of the Fine Arts Department, Glenbow Foundation, June 17, 1965 and copy of Foundry Trade Journal, July 23, 1964, with article on Robert the Bruce.
G-1-1264 The Bruce – Clippings and publicity photographs relating to Robert the Bruce statue at Bannockburn. — 1957-1964
G-1-1265 The Bruce Information on C. d’O Pilkington Jackson. — 1956-1966
G-1-1266 C. d’O Pilkington Jackson – Other Works. — [ca. 1960s]. — Photographs of other works by the sculptor of The Bruce.

Series 43

Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation. — 1958-1976. — 2.25 m of textual records. — The Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation was established to oversee the construction of a building in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island which would serve as a national memorial to the Fathers of Confederation who first met in Charlottetown in 1864. The idea developed from a discussion at a Canada Council meeting between Eric Harvie and Dr. Frank MacKinnon in August, 1958; and the first meeting of the Directors of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation was held in May, 1961. Eric Harvie served as Chairman, Board of Directors and Frank MacKinnon was President. The Fathers of Confederation Memorial Building or Confederation Centre, a complex, comprising an art gallery, museum, library, theatre and memorial hall, was opened in May, 1964 in celebration of Prince Edward Island’s Centennial year; and was officially opened in October that year by Queen Elizabeth II. Once the building complex was complete, the Citizens’ Foundation wound down and was replaced by the Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust which was charged with responsibility for ongoing operations and maintenance. — Series consists of correspondence re construction and maintenance of building complex and special projects and events for 1964; minutes of Directors meetings and other committees; annual reports; press releases and publicity.

G-1-1267 Memorial Building Project – Summary of Correspondence. — July, 1958-September, 1964. Chronological summary of events outlining the steps in the organization of The Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation and the actions of the Foundation in constructing a building in Charlottetown as a national memorial to The Fathers of Confederation. The three-part summary was compiled by Sheilagh S. Jameson in 1963, 1964 and 1965 from Eric Harvie’s files of correspondence, memoranda and minutes.
G-1-1268 General 1961-1963. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1269 General 1964. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1270 General 1965. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1271 General 1966-1968. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1272 General – A.F. Key. — 1964. — Correspondence with A.F. Key re visit to Confederation Centre, Charlottetown and report.

G-1-1273 General – Dr. N.A.M. MacKenzie. 1963-1966. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation and personal.
G-1-1274 General – Dr. N.A.M. MacKenzie. 1967-1976. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation and personal.
G-1-1275 General – Lou Crosby Estate . — 1965-1966. — Correspondence re P.E.I. stamp collection of the late Mr. Lou Crosby.
G-1-1276 General – J.R. Fish. — 1966. — Correspondence and report re visit to Charlottetown and Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation financial matters.
G-1-1277 General – Dr. Frank MacKinnon. — 1959- 1962. — Correspondence between Dr. Frank MacKinnon and Eric L. Harvie only.
G-1-1278 General – Dr. Frank MacKinnon. — 1963. — Correspondence between Dr. Frank MacKinnon and Eric L. Harvie only.
G-1-1279 General – Dr. Frank MacKinnon. — 1964. — Correspondence between Dr. Frank MacKinnon and Eric L. Harvie only.
G-1-1280 General – Dr. Frank MacKinnon. — 1965- 1973. — Correspondence between Dr. Frank MacKinnon and Eric L. Harvie only.
G-1-1281 Organization – General. — 1963-1965. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to the organization of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1282 Organization – Preliminaries to Organization. — 1958-1961. — Correspondence re establishment of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1283 Organization – Incorporation. — 1961. — Letters, patent, bylaws, etc. of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1284 Organization – Wind-up proceedings and surrender of charter. — 1966-1968
G-1-1285 Members – General. — 1961-1965. — Correspondence with and pertaining to members of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Citizens’ Foundation.
G-1-1286 Members – Invitations to participate. — 1961- 1963.
G-1-1287 Members – Names, addresses, titles. — 1961.
G-1-1288 Members Meetings. — 1961-1965. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1289 Directors Meetings. — 1961. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1290 Directors Meetings. — 1962. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1291 Directors Meetings. — 1963. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1292 Directors Meetings. — 1964. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1293 Directors Meetings. — 1965. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1294 Directors Meetings. — 1966-1968. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1295 Building Committee Meetings. — 1962-1964. – – Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1296 Executive Committee Meetings. — 1961. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1297 Finance Committee Meetings. — 1961-1965. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1298 Management Committee Meetings. — 1961- 1962. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1299 Special Projects Committee Meetings. — 1961- 1963. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1300 Art Selection Committee Meetings. — 1963- 1965. — Notices, agendas, minutes, etc.
G-1-1301 Art – G. Montcrieff Williamson. — 1964-1968. — Correspondence with and pertaining to Montcrieff Williamson, Director of the Confederation Art Gallery and Museum.
G-1-1302 Art – G. Montcrieff Williamson. — 1969-1974. — Correspondence with and pertaining to Montcrieff Williamson, Director of the Confederation Art Gallery and Museum.
G-1-1303 Art – Glenbow Exhibition in Charlottetown. — 1970. Correspondence, catalogues and brochures re Plains and Northwest Coast Indians exhibition held at Confederation Centre Art Gallery.
G-1-1304 Contributions – General. — 1959-1964. Correspondence re funding for Confederation Centre.
G-1-1305 Contributions – Federal 1961-1965. Correspondence re federal government funding and proposed use of Confederation Centre.
G-1-1306 Contributions – Provincial – General. — 1961- 1962. — Correspondence re provincial funding for Confederation Centre.
G-1-1307 Contributions – Provincial – Alberta. — 1960- 1962
G-1-1308 Contributions – Provincial – British Columbia. – – 1961-1962
G-1-1309 Contributions – Provincial – Manitoba. — 1961-1963
G-1-1310 Contributions – Provincial – New Brunswick. — 1961-1962
G-1-1311 Contributions – Provincial – Nova Scotia. — 1961-1962
G-1-1312 Contributions – Provincial – Ontario. — 1960- 1963
G-1-1313 Contributions – Provincial – Prince Edward Island. — 1961-1962
G-1-1314 Contributions – Provincial – Quebec. — 1961- 1963
G-1-1315 Contributions – Provincial – Saskatchewan. — 1961-1964
G-1-1316 Contributions – Canada Council. — 1961- 1964
G-1-1317 Contributions – Individual Subscriptions. — 1961-1967
G-1-1318 Contributions – Campaign Drive. — 1964- 1965
G-1-1319 Contributions – Special Gifts. — 1965- 1966
G-1-1320 Financial Matters – General. — 1960- 1968
G-1-1321 Acquisition of Land – General. — 1961. Maps and plans.
G-1-1322 Acquisition of Land – Fathers of Confederation Memorial Building. — 1960-1961.
G-1-1323 Acquisition of Land – Parking Facilities. — 1960-1969
G-1-1324 Commemoration of Centennial – Initial Suggestions. — 1958-1961
G-1-1325 Commemoration of Centennial – Architectural Competition. — March-June, 1961
G-1-1326 Commemoration of Centennial – Architectural Competition. — July, 1961-1962
G-1-1327 Commemoration of Centennial – Architectural Competition. — 1961-1964. — Includes competition guidelines; and issues of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal featuring articles on the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre.
G-1-1328 Commemoration of Centennial – Architectural Competition. — [1961]. — Slides of designs for Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre.
G-1-1329 Construction – General. — 1961-1964. — Correspondence re general matters pertaining to construction of the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre.
G-1-1330 Construction – Architects. — 1961-1961. — Correspondence with and submissions from architects Affleck, Desbarats, Dimakopoulos, Lebensold, Sise of Montreal who won the architectural competition for the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre.
G-1-OS4 Construction – Architects. — 1962 Architectural drawings from Affleck, Desbarats, Dimakopoulos, Lebensold, Sise of Montreal who won the architectural competition for the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre. Includes plans for Theatre Building, Art Gallery Building and Library Building.
G-1-1331 Construction – Blueprints. — 1962
G-1-1332 Construction – Tenders. — 1962- 1963
G-1-1333 Construction – General Contractors. — 1961- 1963. — Correspondence re general contractors and agreement with successful firm, Pigott Construction Co., Toronto and Montreal.
G-1-1334 Construction – Sub-contractors. — 1962
G-1-1335 Construction – Addition. — 1965
G-1-1336 Construction – Landscaping. — 1965
G-1-1337 Construction – Parking Facilities. — 1962- 1964
G-1-1338 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — 1964-March, 1965
G-1-1339 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — April-August, 1965
G-1-1340 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — September, 1965-March, 1966
G-1-1341 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — April-December, 1966
G-1-1342 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — 1967
G-1-1343 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — 1968
G-1-1344 Claims re Construction – Foundation, Pigott and/or Architects. — 1969-1974
G-1-1345 Confederation Centre – Administration – General. — 1963-1965. — Correspondence re general administrative matters.
G-1-1346 Confederation Centre – Administration – Staff requirements. — 1961-1965
G-1-1347 Confederation Centre – Administration – Personnel applications. — 1962-1963
G-1-1348 Confederation Centre – Administration – Maintenance costs. — 1962
G-1-1349 Special Projects – General. — 1961-1964. — Correspondence re special projects related to the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Building.
G-1-1350 Special Projects – Historical Essays by School Children. — 1962
G-1-1351 Special Projects – Harvie Family essay competition. — 1964
G-1-1352 Special Projects – Medallions. — 1964
G-1-1353 Special Projects – Silver vases. — 1964- 1970
G-1-1354 Special Projects – Tray for Dr. MacKinnon. — 1964-1965
G-1-1355 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – General. — 1965-1973. — Correspondence with members of the Buildings Trust, formed to be responsible for the ongoing maintenance and operation of the Confederation Centre, for developing its cultural programs on a national scale, and for additions to its art, library and museum collections, and special furnishings and decorations.
G-1-1356 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – General. — 1974
G-1-1357 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — 1964
G-1-1358 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1965
G-1-1359 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-December, 1965
G-1-1360 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-June, 1966
G-1-1361 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — July-November, 1966
G-1-1362 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-August, 1967
G-1-1363 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — September-December, 1967
G-1-1364 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1968
G-1-1365 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-November, 1968
G-1-1366 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1969
G-1-1367 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-December, 1969
G-1-1368 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1970
G-1-1369 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-December, 1970
G-1-1370 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1971
G-1-1371 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-December, 1971
G-1-1372 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-July, 1972
G-1-1373 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — August-December, 1972
G-1-1374 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-June, 1973
G-1-1375 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — July-December, 1973
G-1-1376 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Executive Meetings agendas and minutes. — January-September, 1974
G-1-1377 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Financing. — 1964-May, 1966
G-1-1378 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Financing. — June, 1966-1970
G-1-1379 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Financing. — 1971-1972
G-1-1380 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Financing. — 1973
G-1-1381 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Financing. — 1974
G-1-1382 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Atlantic Development Board. — 1967-1968
G-1-1383 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Gift Solicitations. — 1968
G-1-1384 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – John Slatter. — 1965. — Reports and proposals re Confederation Centre.
G-1-1385 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Frank Storey. — 1965-1966. — Correspondence between Eric Harvie and Frank Storey, Chief Executive, Confederation Centre.
G-1-1386 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Frank Storey. — 1967-1973. — Correspondence between Eric Harvie and Frank Storey, Chief Executive, Confederation Centre.
G-1-1387 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – The Canada Council. — 1966-1967
G-1-1388 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1969
G-1-1389 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1970
G-1-1390 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1971
G-1-1391 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1972
G-1-1392 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1973. — Includes first annual report of the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
G-1-1393 Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust – Annual Report to March 31, 1974. — Includes annual report of the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
G-1-1394 Accommodations – General. — 1963. — Correspondence re accommodations for school children during centennial summer of 1964 in Prince Edward Island.
G-1-1395 Accommodations – Eric Harvie. — 1964. — Correspondence re accommodations for Eric Harvie and family during 1964 centennial events.
G-1-1396 Travel – Eric Harvie. — 1964. — Correspondence re plane and car reservations for travel relating to 1964 centennial events.
G-1-1397 Planned Events – 1964
G-1-1398 Queen Elizabeth II visit – October, 1964. — Clippings, correspondence, itineraries and invitations to events during visit of Queen Elizabeth II to officially open the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Building, October 6, 1964.
G-1-1399 Queen Elizabeth II visit – October, 1964. — Photographs taken during visit of Queen Elizabeth II to officially open the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Building, October 6, 1964.
G-1-1400 Prince Edward Island 1964 Centennial Committee – Report of the Board of Governors. — [1965]. — Report on celebrations of the centennial of the first Confederation Conference held in Charlottetown in 1864.
G-1-1401 Press Releases. — 1964-1966
G-1-1402 Publicity. — 1961-1964
G-1-1403 Publicity. — 1967. — Audiotape interview of Fred McAndrews, public relations officer, Fathers of Confederation Memorial Centre, by Fred Diehl of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
G-1-1404 Confederation Centre – Schedule of Events. — 1968
G-1-1405 Confederation Centre – Plaque. — 1968. — Correspondence and photos of plaque mounted on wall in the concourse area adjacent to Memorial Hall.
G-1-1406 National Arts Centre. — 1966-1969. — Correspondence, clippings, etc. re National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

Law Practice and Business Interests

Series 44

Law practice. — 1918-1963. — 15 m of textual records. — Eric Harvie studied law at Osgood Hall in Toronto and at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, graduating in 1914. As a student, he worked at the firm Short, Ross, Selwood, Shaw and Mayhood between 1912 and 1914, and after being admitted to the bar in 1915. His cousin, Geoffrey G. Lafferty, also was with this firm. In late 1915, Eric Harvie enlisted for military service, serving until late 1918. In 1919, he went into partnership with Clinton J. Ford and Leo H. Miller to form the firm Ford, Miller and Harvie. The partnership was dissolved December 31, 1929. Harvie practised on his own until 1941 when he went into partnership with Edward D. (Ted) Arnold, forming the firm Harvie and Arnold. The firm dealt mostly in corporate and commercial law, estates, real estate and Harvie’s business ventures, primarily in the oil industry. In 1946, George L. Crawford joined the firm which became Harvie, Arnold and Crawford. Their partnership was dissolved December 31, 1950. Arnold and Crawford briefly joined the firm Macleod, Riley, McDermid, Dixon where Eric Harvie became an Associate although he no longer practised law. — Series consists of these sub-series:

Administration / Hearings, etc. / Client files / Business interests / Business reports / Maps and plans / and Document files.

Series 44A

Administration. — 1918-1959. — 25cm of textual records. — Sub-series consists of records relating to administration of law office practice.

G-1-1407 Police Court Cases. — December, 1918- December, 1920. — Statements of account submitted to the Attorney General’s office by Eric L. Harvie for Police Court prosecutions. The monthly statements detail the name of the accused, the charge, plea and outcome of the court appearance, and Harvie’s fee as prosecutor.
G-1-1408 Rules of Court. — 1932-1946
G-1-1409 Rules and Regulations. 1941-1942. — Re: war time measures.
G-1-1410 Firm settlement with Ford and Miller. — 1926- 1937. — Correspondence between Eric Harvie and his former partners Ford and Miller re settlement of accounts. Includes audited financial statements for Ford, Miller and Harvie for the years ending 1926 to 1931.
G-1-1411 Macleod, McDermid, Dixon, Burns, et. al. — 1946-1959. — Includes copy of partnership agreement between Eric L. Harvie, Edward D. Arnold and George L. Crawford, 1946; correspondence re dissolution of partnership, 1950; and correspondence re association with firm Macleod, McDermid, Dixon, Burns, et. al.
G-1-1412 Accounting. — 1937-1945. — Financial statements for Eric L. Harvie law practice and firm of Harvie and Arnold.
G-1-1413 Income tax returns. 1937-1951. — Correspondence and income tax returns for law firm employees.
G-1-1414 General Ledger. — 1932-1944. — Ledger containing client accounts. Arranged in alphabetical order.
G-1-1415 Accounts (A-H). — 1935-1947. — Correspondence and client account statements.
G-1-1416 Accounts (J-Z). — 1935-1947. — Correspondence and client account statements.
G-1-1417 Correspondence – General. — 1932-1943. — Correspondence re legal and business matters.
G-1-1418 Correspondence – Personal. — 1934-1940. — Correspondence to and from Eric Harvie personally relating to legal and business matters.
G-1-1419 Correspondence – Personal. — 1933-1939. — Re: Chester de la Vergne.

Series 44B

Hearings, etc. — 1.125 m of textual records. — 1920-1952. — Sub-series consists of documents relating to public investigations and commissions on natural gas and gasoline and appeals re mineral rights for sand and gravel. Eric Harvie represented the interests of British American Oil Company at the Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing and the inquiry into a fire at the British American Oil Company Refinery in Calgary

G-1-1420 Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Company Limited and Calgary Gas Company Limited Investigation. — August 21, 1920. — Findings of an investigation of the two gas companies initiated by The City of Calgary.
G-1-1421 Public Utilities Board investigation. — 1921. — Application by The City of Calgary asking for an investigation of the supply of natural gas available for use by the citizens of Calgary; an investigation of the cost of producing, conveying, distributing, supplying and selling natural gas within the City; an order directing the Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Company Limited to augment the supply of natural gas conveyed to and distributed in the City; and an order of the Board fixing fair and reasonable rates for natural gas supplied within limits of the City. Includes related documents.
G-1-1422 Public Utilities Board investigation. — 1921. — Documents presented at hearing before the Public Utilities Commission September 19-29, 1921.
G-1-1423 Public Utilities Board investigation. — 1921. — Documents presented at hearing before the Public Utilities Commission September 19-29, 1921.
G-1-1424 Royal Commission on Gasoline. — July, 1939. — Documents and related information.
G-1-1425 Royal Commission on Gasoline. — July, 1939. — Exhibits.
G-1-1426 Royal Commission on Gasoline. — July, 1939. — Exhibits.
G-1-1427 British American Oil Company Refinery Plant Fire Inquiry. — June 13, 1945. — Transcript of inquiry into fire which occurred April 21, 1945.
G-1-1428 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. Eric L. Harvie inquiry notes (March 29, 1944 – April 24, 1946).
G-1-1429 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Memorandum re agenda for Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing (September 12, 1944), list of exhibits and index of material filed with Board,
G-1-1430 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Submissions, notes and memorandums (May 9, 1944 – May 25, 1944). Includes some exhibits.
G-1-1431 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — British American Gas Utilities Limited loose exhibits, charts, etc. [ca. 1944- 1945].
G-1-1432 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 32: “A Program of Conservation for the Turner Valley Field March 11, 1942”..
G-1-1433 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 34: “Natural Gas Reserves and Consideration of Gas Gathering Schemes in Turner Valley July 1, 1944”; Exhibit 35: “Supplemental Study of Natural Gas Reserves in Turner Valley March 9, 1945”.
G-1-1434 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 38: “Studies Relating to Gas Conservation Turner Valley Field December, 1944”.
G-1-1435 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 40: “Report on Turner Valley Natural Gas Production and Reserves February, 1945”.
G-1-1436 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 44: “Estimate of Limestone Gas Reserves in Turner Valley, Alberta February 9, 1945”.
G-1-1437 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 48: “Economic Marketable Reserves March, 1945”; Exhibit not used: “Proposed Agreements for Submission to Natural Gas Utilities Board February 10, 1945”.
G-1-1438 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 51: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Natural Gas Reserve B.A. Area, Turner Valley February 12, 1945”.
G-1-1439 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. Exhibit 55: “Present and Estimated Future Market Demand February, 1945”.
G-1-1440 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 56: “Natural Gas Resources of The Province of Alberta” [ca. 1944- 1945].
G-1-1441 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 57: “Gas Reserves of Southern Alberta” [ca. 1944-1945].
G-1-1442 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 59: “Appraisal Report of Natural Gas Division of Royalite Oil Company Limited January 1, 1944”; Exhibit 60: “Supplementary Appraisal Report of Natural Gas Division of Royalite Oil Company Limited March 5, 1945”.
G-1-1443 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 77: “1944 Construction and Estimated Construction in 1945 to 1948 – Materials and Supplies February, 1945”.
G-1-1444 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 80: “Depreciation Method of Computing and the Rate Thereof February 20, 1945″; Exhibit 81: Estimated Cost of Wet Gas Gathering and Wet Gas Compressing February 15, 1945”; Exhibit 82: “Scrubbing Costs Years 1944-1948 February 15, 1945”; Exhibit 83: “Estimated Cost of Transmission and Compression of Residue Gas and Oil Products Plant 1944- 1948 February 15, 1945”.
G-1-1445 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 86: “Proposal for Sharing Market February, 1945”; Exhibit 90: “Description of Statement Showing Monthly Accounting for Share of Market May, 1945”; Exhibit 94: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Proposed Sharing of the Market June 18, 1945”; Exhibit 97: “Submission by Royalite Oil Company Limited in Respect of the Sharing of the Market for Natural Gas and the Repressuring of and the Conservation of Natural Gas February 14, 1945”.
G-1-1446 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 98: “Submission by Royalite Oil Company Limited in Respect of the Cost of Delivering Wet Gas to the Natural Gasoline Plant February 14, 1945”; Exhibit 99: “Submission by Royalite Oil company Limited in Respect of the Price to be paid for Gas to be Repressured of Conserved in Turner Valley or Bow Island Fields by Royalite Oil Company Limited February 14, 1945”; Exhibit 100: “Amended Statement” [to Exhibit 98].
G-1-1447 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 102: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Capital Expenditures and Appraised Valuations Vol. 2 February 15, 1945”; Exhibit 102A-E: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Capital Expenditures and Appraised Valuations Vol. 2 – Supplement April 15, 1945″; Exhibit 103: British American Oil Company Limited Details of Inventory Estimates of Values Shown on Appraisal November 22, 1944”.
G-1-1448 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 106: “Submission to Natural Gas Utilities Board in Respect to Fair Rate of Return on Rate Base of Madison Natural Gas Company Limited August 1, 1945”; Exhibit 110: “Submission to Natural Gas Utilities Board in Respect of Discount Rate on Field Purchases by Royalite Oil Company Limited of Gas to be Conserved or Repressured August 1, 1945”.
G-1-1449 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 113: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Estimated Cost of Operations Vol. 3 February 26, 1945”; Exhibit 113A: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Estimated Cost of Operations Vol. 3 – Supplement 1 May 22, 1945″; Exhibit 113B-D: British American Gas Utilities Limited Cost of Gas Gathering Operations, Gas Transmission Operations and Gas Repressuring Operations Vol. 5 May 22, 1945”.
G-1-1450 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 120: “Adjusted Summary of Valuation Due to Revision in Reproduction Valuation of Gas Purifying Plant September, 1945”.
G-1-1451 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. Exhibit 124: “Accounting Submission Vol. 1” and “Accounting Submission Vol. 2 March, 1945”.
G-1-1452 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 126: “Brief No. 1 of Producers’ Committee Alberta Petroleum Association” [ca. 1945].
G-1-1453 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 131: “Alternative Methods of Public Utility Valuation for Purposes of Rate Control” [ca. 1945]; Exhibit 132: “Alternative Methods of Public Utility Valuation for Purposes of Rate Control – Summary” [ca. 1945].
G-1-1454 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 133: “British American Gas Utilities Limited Miscellaneous Statements and Information Requested During Cross-Examination of Mr. R. Donellan Vol. 6 December 10, 1945”.
G-1-1455 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 135: “Report as to the Value of Natural Gas and Elasticity of Demand for Natural Gas in The City of Calgary December, 1945”.
G-1-1456 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 137: “The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Company Limited Future Markets as Related to Gas Rates August, 1945”.
G-1-1457 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 140: “Costs of Pressuring Janurary, 1946”.
G-1-1458 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 148: “Statement Relating to Conservation and Value of Gas – Turner Valley Field February 15, 1946”.
G-1-1459 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 156: “Royalite Oil Company Limited Submission to the Natural Gas Utilities Board in Respect to the Operations of the Gasoline Departments of this Company for the Years 1939-1938 Inclusive March 11, 1946”; Exhibit 159: “Royalite Oil Company Limited Gasoline Plant Priced as of November 15, 1943 ( March 15, 1945)”.
G-1-1460 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 161: “British American Oil Company Limited Turner Valley Absorption Plant March 6, 1946”.
G-1-1461 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 166: “Royalite Oil Company Limited Additional Information re Gasoline Department March 18, 1946”.
G-1-1462 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 171: “Gas and Oil Refineries Limited Wet Gas Gathering Lines and Dry Gas Distributing Lines – Capital Costs and Operating Costs March 22, 1946”; Exhibit 172: “Gas and Oil Refineries Limited Absorption Units, Hartell, Alberta – Capital Costs and Operating Costs March 22, 1946”.
G-1-1463 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 176: “Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada Limited Submission to the Natural Gas Utilities Board in the Matter of Natural Gas Consumption and Estimated Future Requirements of Alberta Nitrogen Products Limited” [ca. 1946].
G-1-1464 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Exhibit 181: “Argument of Behalf of Madison Natural Gas Company Limited and Royalite Oil company Limited Part VII – Madison’s Over-all Costs 1944-1946” [1946].
G-1-1465 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Papers taken out of Minute Book (1944-1946).
G-1-1466 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Argument and statements referred to in argument (June 12, 1946).
G-1-1467 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. British American Gas Utility statements.
G-1-1468 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. British American Gas Utility statements.
G-1-1469 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Reports: “Appraisal High Pressure Gas Gathering System, Turner Valley Field November 22, 1944”; “Report as to Comparative Costs for Heating Purposes of Coal, Fuel Oil, Electricity and Turner Valley Natural Gas at The City of Calgary” [ca. 1945]; and “Report as to the Value of Natural Gas and Elasticity of Demand for Natural Gas in The City of Calgary” [ca. 1945].
G-1-1470 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Absorption Plant statements; and British American Gas Utilities reference reports.
G-1-1471 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Dates requested by Mr. Harvie (June 3, 1946).
G-1-1472 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Maps re existing and proposed pipelines (1938-1945).
G-1-1473 Natural Gas Utilities Board Hearing. — 1945- 1946. — Documents relating to British American Oil Company. Maps re gas lines, etc.
G-1-1474 Mineral Taxation Act and Assessment Appeals. — 1946. — Appeal heard by The Alberta Assessment Commission, February 27-28, 1946.
G-1-1475 Mineral Taxation Act and Assessment Appeals. — 1946. — Appeal heard by The Alberta Assessment Commission, September 24, 1946.
G-1-1476 Western Minerals Limited Petition for Disallowance. — January 14, 1952. — Petition to The Governor General of Canada in Council to disallow the “The Sand and Gravel Act” of Alberta, 1951.
G-1-1477 Western Minerals and Western Leaseholds Appeal. [ca. 1952]. In the Supreme Court of Canada – On Appeal From the Supreme Court of Alberta Appellate Division. Between Western Minerals Limited , and Western Leaseholds Limited (Plaintiffs/Appellants) and Joseph Albert Gaumont (Defendant/Respondent) and James Warren Brown (Defendant/Respondent) and Beaver Sand and Gravel Limited (Defendant/Respondent). Appeal Case Volume 1.
G-1-1478 Western Minerals and Western Leaseholds Appeal. [ca. 1952]. In the Supreme Court of Canada – On Appeal From the Supreme Court of Alberta Appellate Division. Between Western Minerals Limited , and Western Leaseholds Limited (Plaintiffs/Appellants) and Joseph Albert Gaumont (Defendant/Respondent) and James Warren Brown (Defendant/Respondent) and Beaver Sand and Gravel Limited (Defendant/Respondent). Appeal Case Volume 2.
G-1-1479 Western Minerals and Western Leaseholds Appeal. [ca. 1952]. In the Supreme Court of Canada – On Appeal From the Supreme Court of Alberta Appellate Division. Between Western Minerals Limited , and Western Leaseholds Limited (Plaintiffs/Appellants) and Joseph Albert Gaumont (Defendant/Respondent) and James Warren Brown (Defendant/Respondent) and Beaver Sand and Gravel Limited (Defendant/Respondent). Appellants’ Factum.

Series 44C

Client files. — 1917-1960. — 11 m of textual records. — Sub-series consists of correspondence files for individual and corporate clients, including those in which Eric Harvie had a business interest. Files pertaining to divorce or adoption are restricted until 70 years after the latest date.

G-1-1480 Aikenhead, Walter H. (Estate). — 1944- 1945
G-1-1481 Alberta Canned Milk Company. — 1936- 1937
G-1-1482 Alberta Cooperative Wheat Producers. — 1924
G-1-1483 Alberta Mud Company. — 1937- 1945
G-1-1484 All-Canada Radio Facilities Limited. — 1937- 1941
G-1-1485 All-Canada Radio Facilities Limited. — 1942- 1947
G-1-1486 All-Canada Radio Facilities Limited. — 1955- 1956
G-1-1487 Allen, Verner. — 1941-1946
G-1-1488 Alum deposits. — 1933-1934
G-1-1489 Alport, Dr. E.B. — 1933-1949
G-1-1490 Alport, Dr. E.B. — 1932-1943. — Re: James Morrison estate.
G-1-1491 Alport, Dr. E.B. — 1932-1954. — Re: James Morrison estate.
G-1-1492 Alport, Dr. E.B. — 1932-1960. — Re: James Morrison estate.
G-1-1493 Alport, Dr. E.B. — 1944-1945. — Re: Robert S. Pollard estate.
G-1-1494 Anderson, T.C. (Central Manitoba Mines Limited). — 1929-1931
G-1-1495 Ardern, William. — 1911-1930. — Re: wills and agreements.
G-1-1496 Ardern, William. — 1919-1939
G-1-1497 Ardern, William. — 1940-1949
G-1-1498 Atack, Dr. F.W. (Industrial Processes Development Limited). — 1947
G-1-1499 Atkinson, Dr. Percy Gordon (dentist). — 1917- 1929
G-1-1500 Atkinson, Douglas Gordon. — 1948- 1952
G-1-1501 Autocrafts Limited. — 1927. — Re: agreements and establishment.
G-1-1501a Autocrafts Limited. — 1927-1928
G-1-1502 Bagshaw, F.B. — 1937-1940
G-1-1503 Ball, Max. — 1935. — Re: Athabasca tar sands development.
G-1-1504 Banff School of Fine Arts. — 1947-1950. — Re: courses.
G-1-1505 Banff School of Fine Arts. — [ca. 1956]. — Manuscript for book “Campus in the Clouds” by Donald Cameron, published by McClelland & Stewart, 1956.
G-1-1506 Barber, James E. — 1940-1945
G-1-1507 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940- 1947
G-1-1508 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940- 1941. — Re: insurance.
G-1-1509 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940. — Re: York Oils Limited agreement.
G-1-1510 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940. — Re: Pacific Petroleums Limited.
G-1-1511 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940- 1946. — Re: Walter C. Mueller.
G-1-1512 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940- 1943. — Re: balance sheets.
G-1-1513 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1943. — Re: Riverside Iron Works Limited.
G-1-1514 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1939- 1948. — Re: annual returns under Companies Act.
G-1-1515 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1943. — Re: Atlas Drilling Company.
G-1-1516 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1946. — Re: Regional War Labour Board.
G-1-1517 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1940- 1944. — Re: accounts.
G-1-1518 Barber Machinery Company Limited. — 1941. — Re: guarantee bond.
G-1-1519 Barnsdall Oil Company Limited. — 1948
G-1-1520 Batcheller, F.I. — 1939-1940
G-1-1521 Beardslee, W.G. — 1927-1942. — Re: Louis Vaughn Bowden estate.
G-1-1522 Bechdholt, Fred. — 1927. — Re: patent for plow invention.
G-1-1523 Bell, George. — 1916-1921. — Re: will, properties and mortgages.
G-1-1524 Bell, George. — 1920-1933. — Re: Section 11.
G-1-1525 Bell, George. — 1924-1946
G-1-1526 Bell, George. — 1925-1935. — Re: Bell vs. Schumacher.
G-1-1527 Bell, George. — 1934-1939
G-1-1528 Bell, George. — 1940-1945
G-1-1529 Bell, George. — 1937-1946
G-1-1530 Bell, George. — 1940-1941. — Re: International Harvester Company binder.
G-1-1531 Bell, George. — 1942. — Re: Mrs. Mary Bell.
G-1-1532 Belyea Construction Limited. — 1932- 1942
G-1-1533 Belyea Construction Limited. — 1932- 1938
G-1-1534 Burmejo, Victor Thomas (Estate). — 1948
G-1-1535 Berscht, John (Estate). — 1940-1943
G-1-1536 Bigelow, Mrs. Beth. — 1943-1948. — Re: J.E. Chandler estate.
G-1-1537 Bottaro, Peter. — 1933
G-1-1538 Box, Tom. — 1935. — Re: prospecting, Lake Athabasca
G-1-1539 Boy Scouts Association. — 1935. — Re: fundraising campaign.
G-1-1540 Brady, Clem. — 1937-1945. — Re: mechanic’s lien.
G-1-1541 Brasso, Peter. — 1935-1936
G-1-1542 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1935-1944. — Natural gas and other agreements.
G-1-1543 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1940-1942. — Crude Oil and Naphtha Agreements and Natural Gas Agreements, Book Number 1.
G-1-1544 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1940-1942. — Crude Oil and Naphtha Agreements and Natural Gas Agreements, Book Number 2.
G-1-1545 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1938-1943. — Refinery and Absorption Plant Titles.
G-1-1546 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1943-1947. — Miscellaneous agreements.
G-1-1547 British American Oil Company Limited. — 1945. — Re: Manitoba property.
G-1-1548 British American Oil Company Limited. — [ca. 1938-1939]. — Eric Harvie’s notebooks.
G-1-1549 British Mercantile Agency. — 1945- 1947
G-1-1550 Brook, Thomas L. — 1947
G-1-1551 Brown, Mervyn. — 1946
G-1-1552 Brown, T.W. — 1937-1943. — Re: T.W. Brown vs. W.F.M. Plotke.
G-1-1553 Brown, Moyer and Brown Limited. — 1937- 1940. — Re: Brown Consolidated Petroleums [later Federated Petroleums].
G-1-1554 Brydon-Jack, Mrs. C.B. — 1942. — Re: adoption. — Restricted until 2012.
G-1-1555 Buck, Mrs. Edith M. — 1932. — Re: Elmwood School, Ottawa.
G-1-1556 Calbro Oil Company Limited. — 1931
G-1-1557 Caldwell Knitting Company. — 1941
G-1-1558 Calgary Board of Trade. — 1944- 1949
G-1-1559 Calgary Herald. — 1921-1922. — Re: articles of association.
G-1-1560 Calgary Herald. — 1921-1944
G-1-1561 Calgary Herald. — 1944-1950
G-1-1562 Calgary Herald. — 1937-1939. — Re: liability claims.
G-1-1563 Calgary Herald. — 1934-1936. — Re: May Starves [later Mrs. Peebles] libel suit.
G-1-1564 Calgary Herald. — 1936-1938. — Re: South Western Publishers Limited.
G-1-1565 Calgary Herald. — 1940-1949. — Re: libel actions.
G-1-1566 Calgary Herald. — 1941. — Re: The Canadian Press charter.
G-1-1567 Calgary Herald. — 1942. — Re: Powell River Sales Company contract with South Western Publishers.
G-1-1568 Calgary Herald. — 1943-1946. — Re: Taylor, Pearson and Carson Broadcasting Company.
G-1-1569 Calgary Herald. — 1944-1948. — Re: copyright.
G-1-1570 Calgary Herald. — 1945. — Re: McCosham Storage and Distributing Company dispute.
G-1-1571 Calgary Herald. — 1946-1947. — Re: Winnipeg News and Canadian National Printing Trades Union.
G-1-1572 Calgary Herald. — 1935-1936. — Re: International Typographical Union, Local 449.
G-1-1573 Calgary Herald. — 1933-1936. — Re: International Typographical Union, Local 449.
G-1-1574 Calgary Herald. — 1936-1937. — Re: International Typographical Union, Local 449 court case.
G-1-1575 Calgary Herald. — 1936-1939. — Re: International Typographical Union, Local 449 court case.
G-1-1576 Calgary Herald – Reorganization. — 1928- 1930. — Re: conversion to private company.
G-1-1577 Calgary Herald – Building. — 1929- 1935
G-1-1578 Calgary Herald Sunshine Society. — 1924- 1941
G-1-1579 Calgary Power. — 1930
G-1-1580 Calgary Printing Trades Union. — 1938-1946. — Re: contract with South West Publishers and Albertan Publishing Company.
G-1-1581 Campbell, Frank. — 1940-1941. — Re: L.P. Schooling.
G-1-1582 Canadian Corps of Commissionaires. — 1937- 1948
G-1-1583 Canadian Hardrock Oils Limited. — 1928- 1929. — Re: letters patent, bylaws, minutes and shares.
G-1-1584 Canadian Hardrock Oils Limited/Keystone Exploration Company Limited. — 1928-1930. — RE: agreements and reports by E.J. Hubbert.
G-1-1585 Canadian Hardrock Oils Limited/Keystone Exploration Company Limited. 1929-1932. — Re: accounts and taxes.
G-1-1586 Canadian Hunter, Sanddle and Light Horse Improvement Society (Clifford Sifton). — 1946-1947
G-1-1587 Canadian Institute of International Affairs. — 1944-1949
G-1-1588 Canadian Oil Refining Company Limited. — 1920s
G-1-1589 Canadian Oil Refining Company Limted. — 1922-1924
G-1-1590 Canadian Oil Refining Company Limited. — 1924
G-1-1591 Canadian Rockies Winter Sports Limited. — 1939-1941
G-1-1592 Canadian Rockies Winter Sports Limited. — 1941-1942
G-1-1593 Canadian Rockies Winter Sports Limited. — 1943-1947
G-1-1594 Cannar Oils Limited. — 1944-1950
G-1-1595 Cantelon, Dr. A.E. — 1937
G-1-1596 Carey, Frank R. — 1929-1936
G-1-1597 Carkner, Clara E. — 1943-1948
G-1-1598 Casing Head Absorption Plant. — 1933
G-1-1599 Chandler, Jessie E. — 1942
G-1-1600 Chapman, A.S. — 1941
G-1-1601 Chinese Old People’s Home. — 1945
G-1-1602 Clark, Mrs. Harriet Rosa. — 1934-1941. — Re: divorce. Restricted until 2011.
G-1-1603 Cockrill, Allen George. — 1942- 1945
G-1-1604 Coffey and McDermott. — 1936
G-1-1605 Cole, L. Heber. — 1947-1949
G-1-1606 Collier, J.J. — 1941-1949
G-1-1607 Cord, E.L. — 1939-1948
G-1-1608 Coultry, Mrs. Cora L. — 1943-1944
G-1-1609 Craig and Canyon. — 1948-1951
G-1-1610 Cromie, Andrew. — 1938-1939
G-1-1611 Crooks, Ivan H. — 1929-1937
G-1-1612 Cunningham, S.S. — 1940
G-1-1613 Cushing, William Henry (Estate) 1938- 1944
G-1-1614 Dall, Mrs. Bertha. — 1943-1944
G-1-1615 Daniels, A.A. — 1924-1946. — Re: Calgary properties.
G-1-1616 Davis, Herbert R. — 1935-1939. — Re: proposed natural gas franchise, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
G-1-1617 de Koch, William G. — 1944. — Re: O.R. Hollingsworth.
G-1-1618 de la Vergne, Chester. — 1933-1934
G-1-1619 de la Vergne, Chester. — 1933-1935
G-1-1620 de la Vergne (Trust). — 1934-1935
G-1-1621 Dean, Harold J. — 1933-1936
G-1-1622 Dean, Robert J. — 1938-1942. — Re: Mike Kleparchuk dispute.
G-1-1623 Delta Finance Company Limited. — 1934- 1944
G-1-1624 Dina Oil and Refining Company Limited. — 1935-1938
G-1-1625 Dirt Hills, Saskatchewan. — 1926- 1929
G-1-1626 Dirt Hills, Saskatchewan. — 1929-1932.
G-1-1627 Dirt Hills, Saskatchewan. — 1929-1932. — Re: seismic surveys and geologic cross sections.
G-1-1628 Dirt Hills, Saskatchewan. [ca. 1930s]. — Re: geological reports.
G-1-1629 Dirt Hills, Saskatchewan. — 1929. — Re: Gas Production and Transportation Limited.
G-1-1630 Dominion Gas Company. — 1930
G-1-1631 Dowell Incorporated. — 1937-1947. — Part 1.
G-1-1632 Dowell Incorporated. — 1937-1947. — Part 2.
G-1-1633 Dowell Incorporated. — 1938-1939. — Re: Richland No. 2 well and Richfield Petroleum.
G-1-1634 Drake, Mrs. Mary de la Vergne. — 1919- 1930
G-1-1635 Drumheller, Jerome L. — 1929-1933
G-1-1636 Duffy, Alfred. — 1944-1946
G-1-1637 Duncan, Allen. — 1944-1945
G-1-1638 Edmonton Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1946-1948
G-1-1639 Edmonton Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1948-1949
G-1-1640 Edmonton Broadcasting Company Limited (Part 1). — 1948. — Re: Gordon Henry (manager of CJCA Radio).
G-1-1641 Edmonton Broadcasting Company Limited (Part 2). — 1948. — Re: Gordon Henry (manager of CJCA Radio).
G-1-1642 Edmonton Hospital Board. — 1944-1946. — Re: Frederick Turnbull.
G-1-1643 Ewing, Royal L.H. — 1944
G-1-1644 Farley, J.K. — 1945
G-1-1645 Farley, J.K. — 1945-1946. — Re: Harry Hazeldine.
G-1-1646 Faulkner, T. — 1938
G-1-1647 Fehr, Albert. — 1922. — Re: sale of land (Jarbo Ranch).
G-1-1648 Ferguson, T.W. — 1936. — Re: Belyea Contstruction Limited.
G-1-1649 Fillmore Drilling Company Limited. — 1948
G-1-1650 Fisher, Phillip S. — 1926-1948
G-1-1651 Fisher, William. — 1934-1940. — Re: extraction of oil from Athabasca tar sands.
G-1-1652 Fitts, Henry Lyman. — 1915-1918. — Re: CPR land and water agreements.
G-1-1653 Fong, Sam. — 1944-1947. — Re: naturalization application.
G-1-1654 Fordyce, George and Stevenson, James. — 1928. — Re: partnership agreement.
G-1-1655 Forester, Harry James. — 1926. — Re: will.
G-1-1656 Foster, John. — 1921. — Re: patent on oil separator.
G-1-1657 Four Star Petroleums Limited. — 1937
G-1-1658 Gables Securities Limited. — 1940-1951. — Re: Oscar Nadon.
G-1-1659 Gables Securities Limited. — 1950-1951. — Re: Mrs. L.C. Woods’ insurance.
G-1-1660 Gables Securities Limited. — 1950-1951. — Re: Mrs. L.C. Woods’ income tax.
G-1-1661 Garrett, Florence. — 1943. — Re: automobile accident.
G-1-1662 Gerald, George. — 1923. — Re: Elite/Shasta Cafes and spy operation against John Johnson.
G-1-1663 Ghost River development. — 1927- 1938
G-1-1664 Giles, Thomas J. — 1939-1940
G-1-1665 Gillespie, Thomas A. — 1939-1940. — Re: Ace Vanderwark.
G-1-1666 Gillis, Alec. — 1947. — Re: George Kneiss.
G-1-1667 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1934
G-1-1668 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1934- 1936. — Re: Chester de la Vergne’s property, 616 – 13th Avenue, S.W., Calgary.
G-1-1669 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1934- 1946. — Re: Glenbow Ranch.
G-1-1670 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1935- 1937. — Re: Chester de la Vergne’s property assigned to Company.
G-1-1671 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1939- 1941. — Re: trucks and cars.
G-1-1672 Glenbow Company Limited (The). — 1939- 1947. — Journal of accounts.
G-1-1673 Golden Giant Mines Limited. — 1929- 1933
G-1-1674 Gooder Brothers. — 1944-1945
G-1-1675 Grasley, John. — 1919. — Re: land sale.
G-1-1676 Great West Distributors Limited. — 1945. — Re: George B. Rowley.
G-1-1677 Green, Hill and Hill. — 1919, 1932. — Re: Thomas Noble Johnston land transfer and Wentworth Greene estate.
G-1-1678 Griffith, Earl. — 1940
G-1-1679 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1930. — Re: charter and bylaws.
G-1-1680 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1929-1931. — Re: products.
G-1-1681 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1930-1932. — Re: General, Part 1.
G-1-1682 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1930-1932. — Re: General, Part 2.
G-1-1683 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1932-1941. — Re: General, Part 3.
G-1-1684 Group Industries Limited (Dr. F.W. Atack). — 1930-1931. — Re: Prodorite.
G-1-1685 Guthrie, John W. — 1939-1940
G-1-1686 Guthrie, Paul J. — 1941
G-1-1687 Hall, Arthur H. — 1944-1945
G-1-1688 Halvarson, Peter William. — 1917, 1925, 1929. — Re: patents for loaders and combination tools.
G-1-1689 Hamilton, Miss Sadie. — 1945-1947
G-1-1690 Hammill, Margaret E. — 1940-1941. — Re: M.E. Hammill vs. W.F.M. Plotke.
G-1-1691 Hansen, Hans. — 1944
G-1-1692 Hanson, Louis L. — 1942-1955. — Re: general and income tax.
G-1-1693 Hanson, Louis L. — 1942-1944. — Re: Atlas Drilling Company.
G-1-1694 Hardrock Oil Company. — 1928-1929. — Re: leases.
G-1-1695 Harstone, Colonel H. — 1929-1932
G-1-1696 Harvie and Yanda (originally Harvie, Bury and Yanda). — 1932-1946. — Re: general.
G-1-1697 Harvie and Yanda (originally Harvie, Bury and Yanda). — 1932-1948. — Re: general.
G-1-1698 Harvie and Yanda (originally Harvie, Bury and Yanda). — 1949-1951. — Re: general.
G-1-1699 Harvie and Yanda (originally Harvie, Bury and Yanda). — 1947-1951. — Re: petroleum leases.
G-1-1700 Harvey Duncan Sales Company. — 1942-1943. — Re: account of C.E. Dyer.
G-1-1701 Harwich, Ernest. — 1937-1947. — Re: hunting dogs.
G-1-1702 Hauge, R.O. — 1943
G-1-1703 Haynes, Mrs. S. — 1938. — Re: pension of Adam Haynes.
G-1-1704 Heagle, F.A. — 1944
G-1-1705 Healy, Thomas B. (Estate). — 1945
G-1-1706 Heathcott, R.V. — 1937. — Re: account
G-1-1707 Heffernan, W.S. — 1928-1932
G-1-1708 Hembre, Nels Pedersen (Estate). — 1942- 1944
G-1-1709 Hendry and Fenton. — 1936-1939. — Re: Nellie J. Grimond estate.
G-1-1710 Herald Publishing Company Limited. — 1921. — Re: copyright agreements for series of articles on the Fort Norman Oil Fields.
G-1-1711 Herald Publishing Company Limited. — 1921. — Re: proofs for series of articles on the Fort Norman Oil Fields.
G-1-1712 Herald Publishing Company Limited. — 1921. — Re: photographs for series of articles on the Fort Norman Oil Fields.

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G-1-1713 Highland Oil Company. — 1926- 1934
G-1-1714 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1926-1930. — Re: Highwood Syndicate.
G-1-1715 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1928- 1948
G-1-1716 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1933- 1935
G-1-1717 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1934- 1935
G-1-1718 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1935- 1946
G-1-1719 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1935- 1945
G-1-1720 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — [1942]
G-1-1721 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1931- 1948
G-1-1722 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1935- 1948
G-1-1723 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1938- 1949
G-1-1724 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1940- 1944
G-1-1725 Highwood-Sarcee Oils Limited. — 1941- 1942
G-1-1726 Highwood Development Limited. — 1938. — Re: Articles of Association.
G-1-1727 Highwood Development Limited. — 1941. — Re: Petroleum Corporation of Canada Limited.
G-1-1728 Highwood Development Limited. — 1941. — Re: Inland Development Company Limited and Toole Peet Trust Company.
G-1-1729 Highwood Development Limited. — 1940- 1943. — Re: Inland Development Company Limited.
G-1-1730 Highwood Development Limited. — 1942. — Re: Petroleum Corporation of Canada Limited and Walton Creek Agreement.
G-1-1731 Highwood Development Limited. — 1942- 1944. — Re: Sarcee leases.
G-1-1732 Highwood Development Limited. — 1944- 1946. — Re: Albert A. Weiss and Norman W. Byrne and Prudential Trust Company Limited.
G-1-1733 Highwood Development Limited. — 1944- 1948. — Re: Valley Gas Company.
G-1-1734 Hill, J.B. — 1925-1939
G-1-1735 Hill, Hill and Hill. — 1941. — Re: Mary Maud Richards estate.
G-1-1736 Hilliker, Arthur James. — 1937. — Re: will.
G-1-1737 Himmelman, A.B. — 1939-1940. — Re: Gil Murray account.
G-1-1738 Hinton, R. — 1935
G-1-1739 Hoadley, George. — 1928-1929
G-1-1740 Hodgson, Edward. — 1931
G-1-1741 Holland, W. Heap. — 1934-1952. — Re: water rights, Fairmont Hot Springs Bungalow Camp.
G-1-1742 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1942-1946. — Re: Richardson Syndicate.
G-1-1743 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1941-1946. — Re: Richardson #1 Well.
G-1-1744 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1940-1943. — Re: Western Drilling Company Limited.
G-1-1745 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1942-1946. — Re: Withers and Armstrong.
G-1-1746 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1942-1944. — Re: William G. de Koch.
G-1-1747 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1942-1944. — Re: C.N. Railway accident and personal.
G-1-1748 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1943-1946. — Re: Holly #1 well.
G-1-1749 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1943-1944. — Re: R.H. Norton lands.
G-1-1750 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1941-1944. — Re: Frank Panvini.
G-1-1751 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1943-1944. — Re: accounts.
G-1-1752 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1944. — Re: Lionel P. Conacher.
G-1-1753 Hollingsworth, O.R. — 1945. — Re: Vermilion Refinery Company Limted.
G-1-1754 Hollis, Mrs. — 1940
G-1-1755 Hover, A.H. — 1940-1950
G-1-1756 Hubbert, E.J. — 1926-1937
G-1-1757 Hughes, Jack. — 1935. — Re: prospecting, Great Slave Lake.
G-1-1758 Hume, Dr. George S. — 1938-1949
G-1-1759 Hummings, H.E. — 1928-1929
G-1-1760 Imperial Motors Limited. — 1943. — Re: T.D. Smith account.
G-1-1761 Ingebright Lake, Saskatchewan. — 1933-1937. — Re: Alkali lease.
G-1-1762 Ingebright Lake, Saskatchewan. — 1938- 1944
G-1-1763 Ingebright Lake, Saskatchewan. — 1945- 1947
G-1-1764 Ingebright Lake, Saskatchewan. — 1948
G-1-1765 Ingebright Lake, Saskatchewan. — 1948- 1950
G-1-1766 Innes, John. — 1933-1934
G-1-1767 Jannsen (N.C.) Drilling and Manufacturing Company. — 1944-1949
G-1-1768 Johanson, George C. — 1943. — Re: income tax.
G-1-1769 Jones, B.O. — 1941
G-1-1770 Jones, J. Richard. — 1938-1940
G-1-1771 Johnson, Alexander James Eldon. — 1929. — Re: Harold Hansen and patent on door mounting devices.
G-1-1772 Johnson, James P. — 1943-1944
G-1-1773 Johnson, Lancelot Lewellyn. — 1919- 1928
G-1-1774 Johnson Investments Limited. — 1938-1939. — Re: Johnson vs. W.R.M. Plotke.
G-1-1775 Jones Welding and Machinery Shop. — 1937- 1938
G-1-1776 Jordy Syndicate. — 1937-1944
G-1-1777 Kellogg (M.W.) Company. — 1935-1936. — Re: tar sands samples and polymerization plant.
G-1-1778 Kennerly, Celia de la Vergne. — 1932- 1933
G-1-1779 Kennerly, L.H. — 1926-1946
G-1-1780 Keystone Gasoline Limited. — 1929- 1934
G-1-1781 Keystone Investments Limited. — 1926- 1930
G-1-1782 Kirk, Neville S. — 1937-1938
G-1-1783 Kirkpatrick, James. — 1945-1947. — Re: divorce. Restricted until 2017.
G-1-1784 Koch, Henry. — 1934
G-1-1785 Kolikoski, Joe. — 1946-1947. — Re: sale of property.
G-1-1786 Kramer Construction Limited. — 1937-1944. — Re: Articles of Association, shares, Mannix partnership and finances.
G-1-1787 Kramer Construction Limited. — 1944- 1946
G-1-1788 Lake, Robert (Estate). — 1933-1948
G-1-1789 Lancaster, A.W. — 1933-1944
G-1-1790 Lardeau Mines Exploration Limited. — 1928- 1946
G-1-1791 Laverdiere, Eva. — 1941
G-1-1792 Lawson, Clark and Lundell. — 1940-1949. — Re: Grant Smith and Company and McDonnell Limited.
G-1-1793 Lawson, Lundell and Lawson. — 1948-1949. — Re: John Korble.
G-1-1794 Lawson, Lundell and Lawson. — 1948-1949. — Re: Horace Manning estate.
G-1-1795 Leacock, Edward P. — 1920. — Re: property.
G-1-1796 Lee, Raymond M. — 1933-1947
G-1-1797 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1934. — Part 1.
G-1-1798 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1934. — Part 2.
G-1-1799 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1935- 1937. — Re: newsclippings.
G-1-1800 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1935. — Part 1.
G-1-1801 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1935. — Part 2.
G-1-1802 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1936
G-1-1803 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1937
G-1-1804 Lloydminster Gas Company Limited. — 1938- 1939
G-1-1805 Logan, W.A. — 1944-1945
G-1-1806 Luders, T.C. — 1937
G-1-1807 Lynn, Edith D. — 1945-1946. — Re: court case re Louise Fairey’s will.
G-1-1808 Mabee, Lily May (Estate). — 1945- 1946
G-1-1809 MacDonald, Mrs. Eleanor. — 1945- 1952
G-1-1810 MacDonald, Newman J. — 1933- 1943
G-1-1811 Macfarlane, R.A. — 1946
G-1-1812 Mack, Mrs. Ernestine (Estate). — 1945- 1948
G-1-1813 MacKenzie, Alasdair R. — 1943- 1946
G-1-1814 Mackenzie Basin Fisheries Limited. — 1922- 1926. — See file #? for related photographs.
G-1-1815 Mah, Hong. — 1946. — Re: naturalization.
G-1-1816 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1941-1949. — Re: organization and general.
G-1-1817 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1941-1942. — Re: easements.
G-1-1818 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1941-1942. — Re: permits.
G-1-1819 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1941-1942. — Re: gas and water contracts.
G-1-1820 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1941-1942. — Re: franchise.
G-1-1821 Major Oil, Gas and Water Lines Limited. — 1942. — Re: Calmont Oils Limited.
G-1-1822 Maloney, Miss G. — 1945-1946. — Re: rent dispute with S.W. Livingstone.
G-1-1823 Managers Limited. — 1926-1938
G-1-1824 Managers Limited. — 1939-1950
G-1-1825 Managers Limited. — 1937-1943. — Re: R.G. Straker.
G-1-1826 Manning, M.E. — 1939-1940
G-1-1827 Marshall, Mrs. John E. — 1936. — Re: adoption. — Restricted until 2006.
G-1-1828 McCall, F.R. — 1921. — Re: McCall- Hanrahan Aero Service.
G-1-1829 McCallum, Emily C. and Herbert A. — 1944- 1946. — Re: estate and will.
G-1-1830 McClelland, A. — 1933. — Re: British Columbia mining properties.
G-1-1831 McConachie Air Transport Limited. — 1938- 1941
G-1-1832 McCord, Mrs. Annie V. — 1944- 1945
G-1-1833 McDonald, J.P. — 1930. — Re: Kinsella oil and gas development.
G-1-1834 McDonald and McNeel. — 1945-1946. — Re: W. H. Philpot estate.
G-1-1835 McDonald Construction Company Limited. — 1940-1941. — Re: wage claimants.
G-1-1836 McFarland, John I. — 1931-1933
G-1-1837 McFarlane, Colin James. — 1939- 1949
G-1-1838 McGuire, Edwin H. — 1936. — Re: divorce from Alice McGuire. Restricted until 2006.
G-1-1839 McKay, Robert. — 1953-1954
G-1-1840 McKenzie, Emily (Estate). — 1946- 1949
G-1-1841 McKenzie, J.A. (Estate). — 1919- 1941
G-1-1842 McKenzie, Thomas W. — 1907, 1910, 1918. — Re: patents on toy, telegraphic apparatus and automatic circuit closers.
G-1-1843 McKie, Mary E. — 1936-1951
G-1-1844 McLeod’s (George) Department Store. — 1940. — Re: sponsorship of CFAC radio’s “Crimson Trail”.
G-1-1845 McNiven, D.A. — 1937. — Re: Highwood- Sarcee Oils and Sarcee reserve.
G-1-1846 McPherson, O.L. — 1939. — Re: Tantalite and Columbite.
G-1-1847 McTeer, Ida Elizabeth (Estate). — 1946
G-1-1848 McWilliams, William Stanley. — 1936- 1937
G-1-1849 Meridian Oils Limited. — 1926-1929. — Re: prospectus, bylaws, shares and agreement.
G-1-1850 Meridian Oils Limited. — 1926-1931. — Re: general.
G-1-1851 Meridian Oils Limited. — 1926-1931. — Re: general.
G-1-1852 Messaba Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1935-1936
G-1-1853 Midfield Petroleum Development Company Limited (Walter F. Thorn). — 1944-1945
G-1-1854 Midwest Gas Utilities Limited. — 1935- 1941
G-1-1855 Midwest Gas Utilities Limited. — 1936-1939. – – Re: Eagle Hills.
G-1-1856 Miller, J.E. — 1943
G-1-1857 Miller, Leo H. — 1949. — Re: Fleetwood Petroleums Limited.
G-1-1858 Millman, Charles. — 1940-1942
G-1-1859 Milne, Stephen Alfred. — 1940- 1946
G-1-1860 Moen, Sever. — 1946. — Re: will.
G-1-1861 Montalban, J.U. — 1942-1947.
G-1-1862 Montalban, J.U. — 1946. — Re: General Petroleums Limted dispute.
G-1-1863 Montalban, J.U. — 1946. — Re: patents.
G-1-1864 Morgan, Harry Earl. — 1937-1940. — Re: Davies Petroleums Limited.
G-1-1865 Morrison, Jim. — 1932-1940. — Re: trademark.
G-1-1866 Morrison, K.J. — 1945-1946. — Re: car accident.
G-1-1867 Mullet, Ernest G. — 1942-1943. — Re: Imperial Motors Limited and truck.
G-1-1868 Mumford, Mrs. Anne. — 1945. — Re: Linton property.
G-1-1869 Murchie, Andrew P. — 1942-1943
G-1-1870 Murchie, Andrew P. (Estate). — 1944- 1945
G-1-1871 National War Finance Committee. — 1942
G-1-1872 Newell, Matt M. Jr. — 1937-1941. — Re: will and agreements.
G-1-1873 Newell and Chandler Limited. — 1937-1940. — Re: Articles of Association, agreements and balance sheets.
G-1-1874 Newkirk, Bryan W. — 1941
G-1-1875 Nickle, Mrs. Olga. — 1944-1946. — Re: Rent Control Board.
G-1-1876 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1938. — Re: W.F.M. Plotke and other completed matters.
G-1-1877 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1937-1938. — Re: W.F.M. Plotke and other completed matters.
G-1-1878 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1937-1939. — Re: Saturn Oils Limited.
G-1-1879 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1940-1942. — Part 1. Re: MacKay leases, Section 8.
G-1-1880 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1940-1942. — Part 2. Re: MacKay leases, Section 8.
G-1-1881 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1940-1942. — Part 2. Re: MacKay leases, Section 8 documents.
G-1-1882 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1942. — Re: McKay leases, Section 9 options.
G-1-1883 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941. — Re: McKay leases, gross royalties.
G-1-1884 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1940-1942. — Re: McKay leases, Lsd 12.
G-1-1885 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1944. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited.
G-1-1886 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1942. — Part 1. Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #1well.
G-1-1887 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1942. — Part 2. Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #1well.
G-1-1888 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #3 well.
G-1-1889 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #4 well.
G-1-1890 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #5 well.
G-1-1891 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #6 well.
G-1-1892 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #7 well.
G-1-1893 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #8 well.
G-1-1894 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #9 well.
G-1-1895 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1942. — Re: Northend Petroleums Limited #10 well.
G-1-1896 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941. — Re: Highwood Development Limited.
G-1-1897 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1949. — Re: Pennsylvania Corporation Limited.
G-1-1898 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1942-1945. — Re: Allerton lease.
G-1-1899 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1945. — Re: McEwen lease.
G-1-1900 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1938-1947. — Re: Federated Petroleums lease.
G-1-1901 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1943. — Re: Phillips Petroleums lease.
G-1-1902 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1941-1942. — Re: Home Oil leases.
G-1-1903 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1942. — Re: S.C. Nickle Foundations Limited.
G-1-1904 Nickle, Samuel C. — 1942. — Re: Stobie- Forlong lease.
G-1-1905 Nickle, (S.C.) Investment Corporation. — 1941-1948
G-1-1906 Nicol, Miss Jeanie B. — 1944-1946
G-1-1907 Nord, S.E. (Standard Oil Company of B.C. Limited). — 1939. — Re: provincial political situation. Includes Eric Harvie’s personal comments about William Aberhart and members of his cabinet; and comments on the Royal Commission on Gasoline which was occurring at the time.
G-1-1908 Nordon Corporation of Alberta. — 1941. — Re: lease rentals and drilling credits.
G-1-1909 Nordon Corporation of Alberta. — 1941-1948. — Re: J.S. Irwin and Lease 65841 deal.
G-1-1910 Northern Hardware Company Limited. — 1943-1945
G-1-1911 Northern Oils Limited. — 1928- 1929
G-1-1912 O’Brien, A.E. — 1936-1949
G-1-1913 O’Brien, A.E. — 1949. — Re: foreign exchange on salary.
G-1-1914 Oil and Gas Association. — 1931- 1934
G-1-1915 Okalta Oils Limited – General. — 1926- 1933
G-1-1916 Okalta Oils Limited – Shares. — 1926- 1933
G-1-1917 Okalta Oils Limited. — 1932. — Re: Indiana- Alberta Oil Company.
G-1-1918 Okalta Oils Limited – Reports. — 1927-1945. — Part 1.
G-1-1919 Okalta Oils Limited – Reports. — 1927-1945. — Part 2.
G-1-1920 Okalta Oils Limited – Reports. — 1927-1945. — Part 3.
G-1-1921 Oliver, Mrs. W.J. (Marjorie). — 1945. — Re: Alex Martin estate.
G-1-1922 Olson, Ole Hans (Estate). — 1938- 1942
G-1-1923 Pascalta Oils Limited. — 1938-1946
G-1-1924 Pascalta Oils Limited. — 1946-1948. — Re: new company.
G-1-1925 Pascalta Oils Limited. — 1937-1943. — Re: S.W.S. Drilling Company and John Winters claim.
G-1-1926 Pascalta Oils Limited. — 1938-1940. — Re: Hugh C. McFarland.
G-1-1927 Pamawala Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1938-1940. — Re: wage claims.
G-1-1928 Parkers Limited. 1922
G-1-1929 Patents. — 1946-1949. — Part 1.
G-1-1930 Patents. — 1946-1949. — Part 2.
G-1-1931 Patents. — 1946-1949. — Part 3.
G-1-1932 Petroleum Corporation of Canada. — 1941- 1942. — Re: agreements – Highwood Development Company and Walton Creek Oil Royalties Limited.
G-1-1933 Phillips (L.H.) and Sons Limited 1936-1949. — Re: Farm machinery and hardware business, Queenstown, Alberta.
G-1-1934 Pilling, Richard A. — 1939
G-1-1935 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1929-1935. — Re: minutes and bylaws.
G-1-1936 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1929-1942. — Re: general.
G-1-1937 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1929-1933. — Re: Hager Syndicate.
G-1-1938 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1933-1934. — Re: Dr. J.O.G. Sanderson.
G-1-1939 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1933-1934. — Re: Dirt Hills.
G-1-1940 Pine Hill Petroleum Limited 1933-1942. — Re: Dirt Hills.
G-1-1941 Plotke, W.F.M. — 1938. — Re: B.A. McEwan, W.C. McEwan, R.M. Spence, M. Hammill, C.L. Dunlop, A.W. Key and Jack Hart.
G-1-1942 Postlewaite, Mrs. Amy Louisa. — 1926- 1932
G-1-1943 Premier Garage Limited. — 1927-1938. — Re: general.
G-1-1944 Premier Garage Limited. — 1927-1931. — Re: Ramp Building Corporation.
G-1-1945 Premier Garage Limited. — 1927. — Re: construction.
G-1-1946 Premier Garage Limited. — 1929-1930. — Re: W.S. Bates.
G-1-1947 Premier Garage Limited. — 1931-1938. — Re: bond issue.
G-1-1948 Premier Motors Limited. — 1932-1933. — Re: tax appeal.
G-1-1949 Princess Broilers Limited. — 1946- 1949
G-1-1950 Prowse, G.W. — 1944-1946. — Re: Prowse vs. Prowse. — Restricted until 2016.
G-1-1951 Purvis and Logan. — 1943
G-1-1951a Queen Bess Syndicate. — 1928
G-1-1952 Radio Petroleums Syndicate. — 1937- 1938
G-1-1953 Rae, John. — 1941. — Re: Howey Syndicate.
G-1-1954 Rainey, Garnet C.
G-1-1955 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1923- 1931. — Re: reports and maps.
G-1-1956 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1926- 1933
G-1-1957 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1928- 1938
G-1-1958 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1926- 1935. — Re: export permits. Includes some minutes, shareholders lists and financial statements.
G-1-1959 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1925. — Re: Rogers Imperial and Northwest Company drilling reports.
G-1-1960 Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1930. — Re: Report on the Geoelectrical Investigation Township 1, Range 11 and 12, West 4th Meridian.
G-1-1961 Read, J. — 1942. — Re: broken hydrant.
G-1-1962 Reece, T.R. — 1932
G-1-1963 Remington Rand Limited. — 1946. — Re: legality of “Portagraph” reproductions.
G-1-1964 Research Engineering Company Limited. — 1929-1932
G-1-1965 Reynolds, R.H. — 1927-1934
G-1-1966 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1926. — Re: agreements.
G-1-1967 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1927-1930. — Re: agreements.
G-1-1968 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1931-1935. — Re: agreements, etc.
G-1-1969 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1926, 1928, 1932. — Re: leases “B”.
G-1-1970 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1925-1931. — Re: maps, photos and reports.
G-1-1971 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1926-1929. — Re: reports, minutes, etc.
G-1-1971a Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1926-1928
G-1-1972 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1930-1938
G-1-1973 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1935-1937
G-1-1974 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1930-1934. — Re: Raymond L. Cook Company.
G-1-1975 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1933-1935. — Re: Edwin A. Lee
G-1-1976 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1933-1934. — Re: sale of equipment.
G-1-1977 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1931-1949. — Part 1. Re: winding-up.
G-1-1978 Ribstone Oils Limited. — 1931-1949. — Part 2. Re: winding-up.
G-1-1979 Ridell, Thomas. — 1943-1945. — Re: petroleum and natural gas leases.
G-1-1980 Robertson, William C. — 1947. — Re: money owed to Eric Harvie.
G-1-1981 Robinson, Blanche Madeline. — 1945-1946. — Re: Kitsilano property.
G-1-1982 Robson, E.T. – 1948-1949
G-1-1983 Rockalta Oils Limited. — 1936-1937
G-1-1984 Rockalta Oils Limited. — 1937
G-1-1985 Rockalta Oils Limited. — 1937-1938
G-1-1986 Rockalta Oils Limited. — 1938-1940
G-1-1987 Rodney, William C. — 1933-1935. — Re: McCaig’s Service Station, Sylvan Lake, Alberta.
G-1-1988 Rosell, Samuel J. — 1940-1941. — Re: Samuel J. Rosell vs. John Currie re: Sinclair Valley Syndicate.
G-1-1989 Ross, Mrs. Robert. — 1944. — Re: streetcar accident.
G-1-1990 Royal Crest Petroleums. — 1937
G-1-1991 Royal Crest Petroleums. — 1937- 1938
G-1-1992 Royalite Oil Company Limited. — 1938, 1939, 1941
G-1-1993 Rushworth, R.B. — 1937, 1945
G-1-1994 Russell, Alfred C. — 1925-1940
G-1-1995 Sandford, N.D. — 1929-1932
G-1-1996 Saskatchewan Gas Syndicate. — 1934-1936. — Re: Lloydminster Gas Company Limited agreement.
G-1-1997 Saskatchewan Gas Syndicate. — 1934-1938. — Re: Eagle Hills and Lloydminster Oil and Gas Company Limited reports and maps.
G-1-1998 Saskatchewan Gas Syndicate. — 1935- 1938
G-1-1999 Saskatchewan, Province of. — 1943-1948. — Re: oil development.
G-1-2000 Saunders, Harold. — 1942-1943
G-1-2001 Schultz, Arnold. — 1942-1943. — Re: Wartime Prices and Trade Board.
G-1-2002 Scott, Clarence C. — 1938-1940. — Re: petroleum leases.
G-1-2003 Scott, J. Fred. — 1941-1949
G-1-2004 Sellar, Mrs. Kate. — 1943-1952
G-1-2005 Sellar, Mrs. Kate. — 1946-1948. — Re: collections for money owed to Christopher Robin Preparatory School and Kindergarden.
G-1-2006 Shamrock Mines Limited (Part 1). — 1931- 1932
G-1-2007 Shamrock Mines Limited (Part 2). — 1932- 1933
G-1-2008 Shaw, Mrs. George Henry. — 1919- 1937
G-1-2009 Shelton, FredW. — 1935-1938
G-1-2010 Sherlock, Marjorie. — 1929-1946. — Re: Christabelle Sherlock estate.
G-1-2010a Sherlock Estate. — 1927-1928
G-1-2011 Shipman and Goodwin. — 1933-1934. Re: City of Calgary bonds.
G-1-2012 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1927-August, 1928. — Statements of expenses and receipts.
G-1-2013 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — September- December, 1928. — Statements of expenses and receipts.
G-1-2014 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1929. — Statements of expenses and receipts.
G-1-2015 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1928-1929. — Bank statements and correspondence.
G-1-2016 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1929-1931. — Re: finances.
G-1-2017 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1928-1930. — Re: income tax.
G-1-2018 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1928-1929. — Re: shares.
G-1-2019 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — December, 1927-December, 1928. — Payroll lists.
G-1-2020 Silver Basin Mines Limited. — January-June, 1929. — Payroll lists.
G-1-2021 Skates, Charles. — 1933-1938
G-1-2022 South End Petroleums Limited. — 1937- 1938
G-1-2023 South End Petroleums Limited. — 1937- 1944
G-1-2024 South Western Publishers Limited. — 1936. — Re: letters patent and bylaws.
G-1-2025 South Western Publishers Limited. — 1936- 1948
G-1-2026 South Western Publishers Limited. — 1937- 1948. — Re: broadcasting station site.
G-1-2027 South Western Publishers Limited. — 1937- 1943. — Re: Alberta Press Bill.
G-1-2028 South Western Publishers Limited. — 1937- 1938. — Re: reduction in capital.
G-1-2029 Southam Building Limited. — 1927-1932. — Includes Articles of Association.
G-1-2030 Southam Building Limited. — 1932-1947. — Re: minutes, bylaws, etc.
G-1-2031 Southam Building Limited. — 1932- 1947
G-1-2032 Southam Building Limited. — 1939-1949. — Re: leases (as bus terminal).
G-1-2033 Southam Building Limited. — 1948-1949. — Re: sale of building.
G-1-2034 Southam Chambers. — 1920-1931
G-1-2035 Southam Chambers. — 1923-1926. — Re: insurance.
G-1-2036 Southam Chambers. — 1927-1931, Re: insurance.
G-1-2037 Southam Company (originally Southam Publishing Company). — 1928-1935
G-1-2038 Southam Company (originally Southam Publishing Company). — 1936-1944
G-1-2039 Southam Company – Reorganization. — 1941- 1942
G-1-2040 Southam Company – Reorganization. — 1941- 1948. — Re: North Western Publishers.
G-1-2041 Southam Company – Reorganization. — 1941- 1948. — Re: South Western Publishers.
G-1-2042 Southam Company – Reorganization. — 1940- 1947. — Re: South Western Publishers, North Western Publishers and Southam Building Limited reorganization.
G-1-2043 Southam Company – Closing. — December 31, 1957
G-1-2044 Southam, John D. (Part 1). — 1932-1946. — Re: general and separation agreement.
G-1-2045 Southam, John D. (Part 2). — 1947-1951. — Re: general and separation agreement.
G-1-2046 Southam, William and Sons. — 1923- 1936
G-1-2047 Southam, William and Sons. — 1924-1931. — Re: Southam Chambers, taxes and assessments.
G-1-2048 Southam, William and Sons Limited. — 1926- 1931. — Re: oil syndicate.
G-1-2049 Southam , William and Sons Limited. — 1932- 1951. — Re: oil syndicate.
G-1-2050 Southam , William and Sons Limited. — 1929- 1933. — Re: petroleum and natural gas leases (Harvie Syndicate).
G-1-2051 Sparrow, Charles E. — 1921. — Re: sale of land.
G-1-2052 Sparrow, Mrs. E.M. — 1934-1935. — Re: estate of Richard Hare.
G-1-2053 Spencer, O. Leigh. — 1938-1946
G-1-2054 Spooner, Catherine. — 1928
G-1-2055 Spooner Oils Limited (Arthur G.Spooner). — 1926-1928. — Re: leases, agreements and transfers.
G-1-2056 Spooner Oils Limited. — 1925-1935. — Re: Mrs. Catherine Spooner.
G-1-2057 Spooner Oils Limited. — 1927-1935. — Re: general business.
G-1-2058 Steeves, Helen. — 1933-1946
G-1-2059 Stephens, Samuel. — 1935. — Re: patent on ornamental lens.
G-1-2060 Stewart, Lukis and Company Limited. — 1937
G-1-2061 Stickney, Mary J. — 1943. — Re: Tannie Short estate.
G-1-2062 Stouck, Frank. — 1924-1928
G-1-2063 Stuart Motors. — 1934-1936
G-1-2064 Stutchbury, Howard. — 1933-1942
G-1-2065 Sullivan, R.O.D. — 1937
G-1-2066 Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. — 1945-1946. — Re: Fred A. Schultz account.
G-1-2067 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1938-1939
G-1-2068 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1940-1941
G-1-2069 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1939-1943. — Re: leases.
G-1-2070 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1938-1941. — Re: Turner Valley Supply Company lien.
G-1-2071 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1940-1942. — Re: Lion Oils Limited and Leon Louis Plotkins.
G-1-2072 Sunray Petroleum Corporation Limited. — 1941-1945. — Re: Sunray vs. Lions Oils.
G-1-2073 Swain, Edgar. — 1945-1949
G-1-2074 Sweezy, R.O. and Company Limited. — 1937- 1944. — Re: financing Alberta’s debt.
G-1-2075 Swift, W.C. — 1941. — Re: John Swift accident.
G-1-2076 Swift Current Land. — 1934-1944. — Re: Switzer mortgage.
G-1-2077 S.W.S. Drilling Company Limited. — 1937- 1947
G-1-2078 S.W.S. Drilling Company Limited. — 1937- 1950
G-1-2079 S.W.S. Drilling Company Limited. — 1944, 1948. — Re: Lloydminster Oil Producers Limited.
G-1-2080 Tarver, G.G. — 1929
G-1-2081 Taylor, Mrs. Edna F. — 1934-1945, Re: Lieutenant T.L. Taylor.
G-1-2082 Taylor, Harry Aalred. — 1936-1937. — Re: Renfrew Motors.
G-1-2083 Taylor, Harry Alfred. — 1941-1947
G-1-2084 Taylor, John E. — 1922-1932
G-1-2085 Taylor, Walker L. — 1933-1935. — Re: will.
G-1-2086 Taylor, Pearson and Carson Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1933-1946
G-1-2087 Taylor, Pearson and Carson Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1937-1948
G-1-2088 Taylor, Pearson and Carson Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1941-1943. — Re: National War Labour Board.
G-1-2089 Tennis, Ward B. — 1944-1946
G-1-2090 Tewsley, Lottie. — 1937-1938. — Re: washing machine.
G-1-2091 Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company. — 1929- 1930
G-1-2092 Three Point Petroleums Limited. — 1937
G-1-2093 Thistle Syndicate and Mascotte Mines. — 1933-1935
G-1-2094 Thistle Syndicate and Mascotte Mines. — 1935-1943
G-1-2095 Toronto Iron Works Limited. — 1938-1939. — Re: Conciliation Act.
G-1-2096 Toronto Iron Works Limited. — 1939. — Re: evidence taken by Board of Arbitration.
G-1-2097 Toronto Iron Works Limited. — 1938. — Re: Workmen’s Compensation Act.
G-1-2098 Toronto Iron Works Limited. — 1938-1939. — Re: freight claim against Canadian National Railways.
G-1-2099 Toronto Iron Works Limited. — 1939-1941. — Re: dispute over Schram compressor.
G-1-2100 Trotter and Morton Limited. — 1927-1934. — Re: shareholders register and annual returns under Companies Act.
G-1-2101 Tull (G.F.) and Ardern. — 1934. — Re: bankruptcy.
G-1-2102 Turner Valley Advisory Oil and Gas Committee. 1931-1932. — Re: Eric Harvie member of committee.
G-1-2103 Turner Valley Gas Conservation Board (Part 1). — 1932-1933
G-1-2104 Turner Valley Gas Conservation Board (Part 2). — 1932-1933. — Re: reports.
G-1-2105 Turner Valley Gas Franchise. — 1940- 1941
G-1-2106 Turner Valley Gas Franchise. — 1941. — Re: Board of Public Utility Commissioners hearing re: Major Oils, Royalite Oils and Ace Royaties.
G-1-2107 Turner Valley Gas Franchise. — 1940-1941. — Re: Board of Public Utility Commissioners hearing re: Major Oils, Royalite Oils and Ace Royaties.
G-1-2108 Turner Valley Records. — 1935- 1942
G-1-2109 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1938-1939
G-1-2110 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1939-1947
G-1-2111 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1936-1938. — Re: A.P. Phillips.
G-1-2112 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1938-1939. — Re: British Colonial, Sentinel Oils, etc.
G-1-2113 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1939-1941. — Re: Sunray Petroleum Corporation and Harry Earl Morgan.
G-1-2114 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1940-1943. — Re: Harry Earl Morgan.
G-1-2115 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1940-1941. — Re: Harry Earl Morgan.
G-1-2116 Turner Valley Supply Company Limited. — 1940-1941. — Re: accounts.
G-1-2117 Ungarian, Peter. — 1938-1940. Re: John Kostynuik dispute.
G-1-2118 United Broadcast Sales Limited. — 1936- 1939
G-1-2119 United Broadcast Sales Limited. — 1938 . — Re: letters patent and bylaws.
G-1-2120 United Broadcast Sales Limited. — 1939- 1942
G-1-2121 Valley Investments Limited. — 1943- 1944
G-1-2122 Vancouver Daily Province. — 1946-1948. — Re: International Typographical Union strike.
G-1-2123 Vancouver Daily Province. — 1948. — Re: radio stations CKWX and CKMO.
G-1-2124 Vermilion Consolidated Oils Limited. — 1942- 1947
G-1-2125 Vermilion Gas Company. — 1935- 1936
G-1-2126 Vioen, Alphonsius. — 1945. — Re: wife’s consent to sell homestead.
G-1-2127 Volcanic ash deposits. — 1930-1935. — Re: liquidation of Van-Kel Cleansers limited.
G-1-2128 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1932-1933. — Re: Athabasca tar sands.
G-1-2129 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1933-1934. — Re: Athabasca tar sands.
G-1-2130 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1935-1937. — Re: Athabasca tar sands.
G-1-2131 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1937-1939. — Re: Athabasca tar sands.
G-1-2132 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1932-1933. — Re: salt.
G-1-2133 von Hammerstein, Alfred. — 1936-1948. — Re: Fort McMurray town site property.
G-1-2134 von Hammerstein, Alfred (Estate). — 1941- 1949. — Includes 1918 will.
G-1-2135 von Hammerstein, Alfred (Estate). — 1942- 1949. — Re: Rudolph Wickmann claim.
G-1-2136 Victory Loan. — 1942
G-1-2137 Vulcan-Brown Petroleums Limited. — 1937
G-1-2138 Vulcan-Brown Petroleums Limted. — 1937- 1938
G-1-2139 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1936-1938
G-1-2140 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — June-October, 1938
G-1-2141 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — November, 1938-1941
G-1-2142 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1938-1944. — Re: Vermilion Gas franchise.
G-1-2143 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1936-1948. — Re: agreements, finances and income tax.
G-1-2144 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1936-1946. — Includes shareholders register.
G-1-2145 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1936-1948. — Re: cancelled shares.
G-1-2146 Wain-Town Gas and Oil Company Limited. — 1944-1951
G-1-2147 Wallace, Lyle. — 1943
G-1-2148 Wannop, Thelma. — 1940
G-1-2149 Warlow, G.S.M. — 1942-1949. — Re: #37 Service Flying Training School.
G-1-2150 Watson, Wilfred J. — 1929-1952. — Re: Ribstone Oils shares, de la Vergne agreement, estate, etc.
G-1-2151 Watson and Company Limited. — 1923-1933, 1947
G-1-2152 Webster, Frank R. — 1929
G-1-2153 Webster, George B. — 1942-1950
G-1-2154 Wells, Oliver E. — 1945-1948. — Re: accident.
G-1-2155 Western Alberta Oil Company Limited. — 1929-1930. — Re: agreement with Patrick K. Adams.
G-1-2156 Western Drilling Company Limited. — 1938- 1943. — Re: leases, contracts, agreements, etc.
G-1-2157 Western Drilling Company Limited. — 1940. — Re: McIntyre Ranching Company Limited.
G-1-2158 Western Drilling Company Limited. — 1944- 1950
G-1-2159 Wilkinson, Robert. — 1928-1930
G-1-2160 Will, Mae. — 1941. — Re: passport.
G-1-2161 Willert, J.R. (Estate). — 1943
G-1-2162 Wilson, Dr. A.W.G. — 1933-1943
G-1-2163 Wilson, John L. — 1935-1959
G-1-2164 Wilson, John L. — 1940-1941. — Re: Vermilata Oils Limited and Frankview Oils Limited.
G-1-2165 Wilson, John L. — 1941-1942. — Re: Orville R. Hollingsworth.
G-1-2166 Wilson, John L. — 1942-1944. — Re: S.W.S. Drilling Company vs. Franco Oils.
G-1-2167 Wilson, John L. — 1940, 1944. — Re: George A. Richardson and Max #1.
G-1-2168 Wilson, John L. — 1940-1945. — Re: Alberta Southern Oils and George A. Richardson.
G-1-2169 Wilson, John L. — 1943-1947. — Re: Alaska Highway Oil and Gas Company Limited.
G-1-2170 Wilson, John L. — 1944. — Re: George A. Richardson.
G-1-2171 Wilson, John L. — 1949. — Re: Leduc franchise.
G-1-2172 Wither, John (Estate). — 1938
G-1-2173 Withers (C.H.) Drilling Contractors Limited. — 1943-1949
G-1-2174 Withers (C.H.) Drilling Contractors Limited. — 1942-1948. — Re: income tax problems.
G-1-2175 Wolverine Limited. — 1934-1936
G-1-2176 Woods, George C. (Estate). — 1936- 1937
G-1-2177 Woods, Colonel J.H. — 1932-1941. — Re: estate of Agnes Esther Stringer.
G-1-2178 Woods, Colonel J.H. — 1914-1939. — Re: Fort Norman Syndicate.
G-1-2179 Woods, Colonel J.H. — 1936-1944. — Re: North West Company and Fort Norman Syndicate.
G-1-2180 Wool. — 1932-1936. — Re: possible mill for Alberta.
G-1-2181 Yates, Octavius Cecil (Part 1). — 1929-1938. – – Re: Northern Utilities and Lloyminster Gas Company.
G-1-2182 Yates, Octavius Cecil (Part 2). — 1939-1950. – – Re: Northern Utilities and Lloydminster Gas Company.
G-1-2183 Zandner, S. Myron. — 1939-1940

Series 44D

Business interests – Miscellaneous. — 1926-1963. — 25cm of textual records. — Sub-series consists of correspondence and information re Eric Harvie’s business interests and investments.

G-1-218 Propositions. — 1937-1941
G-1-2185 Moberly Lake. — 1940-1942
G-1-2186 Oil Information – General. — 1929- 1937
G-1-2187 Oil regulations, rulings and data. — 1942- 1944
G-1-2188 Oil and gas regulations of other provinces. — 1947
G-1-2189 Shares. — 1926-1949
G-1-2190 Shares – Canadian Exploration Company. — 1933-1948
G-1-2191 Company Statements (Part 1). — 1927- 1949
G-1-2192 Company Statements (Part 2). — 1927- 1949
G-1-2193 Company Statements (Part 3). — 1927- 1949
G-1-2194 Stocks. — 1929-1948
G-1-2195 Mineral Rights – Personal. — 1941- 1969
G-1-2196 Mineral Rights – General. — 1963

Series 44E

Business reports. — 1928-1952. — 37.5 cm of textual records. — Sub- series consists of various business reports, primarily relating to the oil and gas industry in Alberta as well as prospectuses for numerous companies located in Canada and the United States.

G-1-2197 Map and Traffic Counts Calgary. — 1928. — Report on traffic counts at various business locations with map “Plan of Central Business Section, Calgary, Canada” at the end.
G-1-2198 Geological Report and Gas Reserves, The Bowdoin Dome, Phillips and Valley Counties, Northeastern Montana. — 1930
G-1-2199 Report on Proposals to Supply Natural Gas to Regina. — 1930
G-1-2200 A Report on the Turner Valley Field Alberta, Canada. — March 22, 1939. — Report prepared by Stanley Gill, Consulting Engineer, Houston, Texas containing: general discussion of the Turner Valley Field; estimation of reserves of producible oil and gas; discussion of the Oil and Gas Conservation Law of the Province of Alberta; discussion of methods of allocating production under curtailment, with particular reference to the Turner Valley Allocation problems; discussion of gas re-injection methods and their applicability to Turner Valley; and summary and recommendations.
G-1-2201 A Preliminary Report on the Transportation of Crude Oil by Pipe-Line from the Turner Valley Area, Alberta, Canada. — August 29, 1939. — Report prepared by Stanley Gill, Consulting Engineer, Houston Texas on his investigation of the feasibility and cost of installation of a pipe-line designed to deliver crude oil from the producing fields of Alberta to a deep-water terminal.
G-1-2202 Supplement to A Preliminary Report on the Transportation of Crude Oil by Pipe-Line from the Turner Valley Area, Alberta, Canada. — November 4, 1939. — Supplementary report prepared by Stanley Gill, Consulting Engineer, Houston Texas giving estimates of cost of installation and operation of a pipe-line from Little New York, Alberta to Port Arthur, Ontario.
G-1-2203 Seismographic Survey, Derwent, Alberta. — 1940-1941. — Report and accompanying maps prepared by Heiland Research Corporation, Shreveport, Louisiana.
G-1-2204 Preliminary Report on the Radioactivity Survey for The Rusylvia Enterprise near Derwent, Alberta. — 1941. — Report prepared by Hans Lundberg Limited, Toronto.
G-1-2205 Report on the Geophysical Survey for The Rusylvia Enterprise near Derwent, Alberta. — 1941. — Report prepared by Hans Lundberg Limited, Toronto.
G-1-2206 Index – Mines and Geology Branch Geological Reports. — March, 1950
G-1-2207 Memorandum on Pincher Creek Field. — November 20, 1950. — Report prepared by Ian McFarlane comprises an estimate of capital expenses, gas sales, revenues and operating expenses for the Canadian Gulf Oil Co., Pincher Creek field for the period 1951-1981 inclusive.
G-1-2208 Memorandum on A Proposal for Developing the Pincher Creek Field. — January 15, 1951. — Report prepared by Ian McFarlane comprises an estimate of capital expenses, gas sales, operating expenses and net income for “The Field Co.”, for the period 1951-1981 inclusive. “The Field Co.” would be a company formed to take over the operation of the Pincher Creek Field in Alberta, owned 50% by Canadian Gulf Oil Co. and 50% by the Northwest interests.
G-1-2209 Prospectuses. — 1949-1950. — Calgary Power Company; Canada Iron Foundries Limited; Supertest Petroleum Corporation Limited; Elk Falls Company Limited; Garrison Oils Limited; British American Oil Company Limited; Canadian Oil Companies Limited; El Paso Natural Gas Company; and Canadian Superior Oil of California Limited.
G-1-2210 Prospectuses. — 1949-1950. — Plantation Pipe Line Company; Alberta-Canada Oils Inc.; Government of Canada; Pacific Petroleums Limited; Canadian Superior Oil of California Limited; Calvan Petroleums Limited; Chief Mountain Oils Limited; Security Freehold Petroleums Limited.
G-1-2211 Prospectuses. — 1949-1950. — Great Plains Development company of Canada Limited; International Utilities Corporation; Triad Leases Limited; Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited; Calvan Petroleums Limited; British American Oil Company Limited; Imperial Oil Limited; Anglo Canadian Oil Company Limited; Lease 64 Limited; British Columbia Power Corporation Limited; British Columbia Power Commission; Interprovincial Pipe Line Company; Golden Spike Western Petroleums Limited; Royalite Oil Company Limited.
G-1-2212 Prospectuses. — 1951-1952. — Canada General Fund Inc. (U.S.A.); Grouped Income Shares Limited; Howard Smith Paper Mills Limited; Canadian Salt Company Limited; Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited; Dow Chemical company Limited; International Utilities Corporation; Sevice Pipe Line Company.
G-1-2213 Prospectuses. — 1951-1952. — British Columbia Forest Products Limited; Canadian chemical & Cellulose Company Limited; Venus Oils Limited; Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods Company Limited; Triad Oil Company Limited; Western Leaseholds Limited; Canadian Atlantic Oil Company Limited; Canada Southern Oils Limited; Canadian Williston Minerals Limited.
G-1-2214 Prospectuses. — 1951-1952. — Canadian Chemical Company Limited; Dome Exploration (Western) Limited; El Paso Natural Gas Company; Industrial Acceptance Corporation Limited; Province of Ontario; Trans-Leduc Oils Limited.

Series 44F

Maps and plans. — 14 items. — 1915 – 1963. — Sub-series consists of miscellaneous maps and plans relating to Eric Harvie’s personal and business interests. Includes aerial photographs.

G-1-OS5 Includes maps of oil and gas leases; plans of Elbow river lots and island in the Elbow River; aerial views of Calgary Zoo to Lowry Gardens, St. Georges Island and Bowness Park area.

Series 45

Document files. — [ca. 1898]-1975. – 3.34 m of textual records. — Series consists of legal documents and correspondence relating to Eric Harvie’s personal and business interests. These files were kept in the office vault. The following sub-series comprise the series: Eric Harvie (200); Glenbow Investments (50 and 51); Alberta Sulphate (52); Alberta Chemicals (53); Glenbow Foundation (70); Managers Limited (100); A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited (120); Harvie Foundation (140); Pioneer Agricultural Museum (150); Ace Foundation (170).

Series 45A

Eric Harvie document files. — [ca. 1898]-1975. — 1.5 m of textual records. — Sub- series consists of legal documents and correspondence relating to Eric Harvie’s personal and business interests. These files were kept in the office vault and had been given the series number “200”. Some files are missing.

G-1-2215 200-1: Eric L. Harvie Will. — 1963. — Letter from N.D. McDermid from Macleod, McDermid et al re: will, codicil and other documents held in their vault.
G-1-2216 200-2: Canadian Government Annuity. –1957- 1975
G-1-2217 200-3: Sadie Hamilton Trust. — 1947- 1959
G-1-2218 200-4: Membership Shares – Clubs. — 1914, 1926, 1933
G-1-2219 200-5: Shares in Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1949
G-1-2220 200-6: Agreement between J.E.A. Macleod et al and Eric L. Harvie. — June 1, 1950.
G-1-2221 200-7: Miscellaneous Mining and Oil Company Shares. — 1914-1958.
G-1-2222 200-8: British Dominion Land Settlement Corporation Limited. — 1940, 1943. — Agreement with Anglo-Western Oils Limted and Eric L. Harvie (Western Leaseholds and Western Minerals).
G-1-2223 200-9: British Dominion Land Settlement Corporation Limited. — 1931-1943
G-1-2224 200-11: Ingebright Leases. — 1948
G-1-2225 200-12: Power of Attorney. — 1943- 1948
G-1-2226 200-13: Canadian Pacific Railway Lease. — 1939. — Received from R.S. McKay, December 4, 1952.
G-1-2227 200-14: Insurance Policies. — 1949-1959. — Automobile insurance.
G-1-2228 200-15: Old Passports. — 1930-1970. — Eric Lafferty Harvie and Dorothy Jean Harvie.
G-1-2229 200-16: Life Insurance. — [ca. 1930s- 1950s]
G-1-2230 200-17: Personal Documents. — 1892, 1919. — Includes copies of Eric L. Harvie’s birth certificate, marriage certificate and marriage contract.
G-1-2231 200-18: Dogs. — 1930, 1937, 1938
G-1-2232 200-19: Certificates, etc. – 1861-1958. — Miscellaneous documents including Prosperity Certificate issued by William Aberhart, 1936.
G-1-2233 200-20: Photographs. — [ca. 1930s – 1950s]. — Hunting, oil wells, mines, etc.
G-1-2234 200-21: Lloydminster Gas Company. — 1935
G-1-2235 200-22: Smith and Wilkinson. — 1929. — Re John Maurice Smith and Robert Wilkinson.
G-1-2236 200-23: Miscellaneous Old Documents – Unclassified. – [ca. 1898-1943]. — Includes short story, “Will and the Bee” written by Eric Harvie as a young child.
G-1-2237 200-24: H.J.G. Syndicate – Stony Indian Reserve. — 1927-1929
G-1-2238 200-26: Rockland Oils Limited. — 1927- 1929
G-1-2239 200-27a: Rusylvia Oils – Maps and notes. — [ca. 1940s]
G-1-2240 200-27b: Rusylvia Oils – Leases and Purchase Agreements. — 1943
G-1-2241 200-28a: C.O. Moore. — 1930-1935
G-1-2242 200-28b: C.O. Moore. — 1930-1935
G-1-2243 200-28c: C.O. Moore – Newspaper Clippings. – – 1930-1931
G-1-2244 200-29a: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1926-1930
G-1-2245 200-29b: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1930
G-1-2246 200-29c: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1929-1930
G-1-2247 200-29d: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1929-1930
G-1-2248 200-29e: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1931
G-1-2249 200-29f: Range Oil and Gas Company Limited. — 1929-1935
G-1-2250 200-30: Mrs. Kate Sellar. — 1943- 1952
G-1-2251 200-31: Gordon H. Sellar. — 1944- 1975
G-1-2252 200-33: All-Canada Radio Facilities Limited. — 1937-1949
G-1-2253 200-34: Neosho Mines Limited. — 1928. — Includes Letters Patent, share certificates, minute book and by-laws.
G-1-2254 200-35a: Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1927. — Includes Letters Patent incorporation documents.
G-1-2255 200-35b: Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1929. — Includes minute book and by-laws.
G-1-2256 200-35c: Silver Basin Mines Limited. — 1927- 1929. — Reports.
G-1-2257 200-35d: Silver Basin Mines Limited. — [ca. 1927-1929]. — Maps.
G-1-2258 200-26: Shamrock Mines Limited. — 1931- 1935. — Includes minute book, agreements, correspondence and Thistle Mining Corporation documentation.
G-1-2259 200-37a: Oil and Gas Reports and Propositions – Turner Valley. — 1930s
G-1-2260 200-37b: Oil and Gas Reports and Propositions – Blood Reserve. — 1930s
G-1-2261 200-37c: Oil and Gas Reports and Propositions – Saskatchewan and miscellaneous. — 1930s
G-1-2262 200-37d: Oil and Gas Reports and Propositons – Oil Forms. — 1930s
G-1-2263 200-38: Canadian Oil and Refining Company Limted. — 1922-1926
G-1-2264 200-39a: Calgary Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1947-1948. — Includes Articles of Association and financial statements.
G-1-2265 200-39b: Calgary Broadcasting Company Limited. — 1947-1948. — Re: Radio Broadcast Hearings, 1947.
G-1-2266 200-40: Keystone Gasoline Limted. — 1929- 1932. — Includes Letters Patent and by-laws.
G-1-2267 200-41a: Gas Reports – Waste Oil and Gas. — 1929-1936. — Primarily re conservation of gas in Turner Valley Field.
G-1-2268 200-41b: Gas Reports – Waste Oil and Gas. — 1929-1936. — Newspaper clippings.
G-1-2269 200-42: Research Engineering Company Limited. — 1929-1931. — Includes Articles of Association, minute book and agreements.
G-1-2270 200-43a: Prospectuses – General. — 1914- 1931. — Includes Directory of Oil Companies and Investors’ Guide of the Calgary Oil Field (1914), Geological Report on Wainwright Oil Field (1926), An Empire Oil Field in Alberta (1929), Alberta Oils (1929), The Canadian Securities Manual (1927, 1930), Past Present and Future of Canada’s Leading Investment Stocks (1931).
G-1-2271 200-43b: Prospectuses – A-G. — 1929- 1931
G-1-2272 200-43c: Prospectuses – H-O. — 1929- 1931
G-1-2273 200-43d: Prospectuses – P-U. — 1929- 1931
G-1-2274 200-44: Keystone Investments. — 1926-1929. – – Includes minute book, Articles of Association, share certificates and share register.
G-1-2275 200-45: Nicholson’s Island Club membership. – – 1955
G-1-2276 200-46: Agreement for Sale with Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1956
G-1-2277 200-47a: Exchequer Court Tax Trial Documents (Copies). — 1943-1954.
G-1-2278 200-47b: Exchequer Court Tax Trial Documents (Copies). — 1943-1954.
G-1-2279 200-47c: Exchequer Court Tax Trial Documents (Copies). — 1943-1954.
G-1-2280 200-48: Western Leaseholds Limited. — 1953. — First transaction on New York Stock Exchange.
G-1-2281 200-49: Power of Attorney. — 1958, 1959, 1965
G-1-2282 200-51: Dr. William Rowan Effects. — 1957
G-1-2283 200-52: Letters of Indemnity re: Mrs. Leonora C. Woods. — 1958-1960
G-1-2284 200-54: Proxies. — 1958-1963
G-1-2285 200-55: Authority to sign cheques requiring endorsement. — 1959
G-1-2286 200-56: Signing authorities, etc. – Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. — 1958-1960
G-1-2287 200-56a: Canada Trust Company. — 1958- 1960
G-1-2288 200-57: Assignment from E.H. McGuire to Eric L. Harvie. — 1959-1969
G-1-2289 200-58: 1961 Land Rover Station Wagon. — 1961
G-1-2290 200-59: Releases re Investment Company. — 1959-1961
G-1-2291 200-60: Exchange of Glenbow Investments Limited Shares. — 1962
G-1-2292 200-61: Canada House (New York) Limited. — 1955-1962
G-1-2293 200-62: Lease from Glenbow Holdings Limited – Glenbow Ranch. — 1961-1963
G-1-2294 200-63: Lease from Glenbow Holdings Limited – Glenbow Ranches (Partnership). — 1960-1961
G-1-2295 200-64: Manufacturer’s Warranty – 1962 Mark X Jaguar. — 1962
G-1-2296 200-65: Old Age Security Pension. — 1962
G-1-2297 200-66: Power of Attorney – Eric L. Harvie. — 1962, 1965, 1973
G-1-2298 200-67: Release re Moth Interests Limited. — June 15, 1964
G-1-2299 200-68: Fathers of Confederation Commemorative Medallion. — August 3, 1964
G-1-2300 200-69: Gift to Harvie Foundation. — December 15, 1964
G-1-2301 200-71: Correspondence with Donald S. Harvie re Crestview Foundation. — 1965
G-1-2302 200-72: Dorothy J. Harvie donation. — May 25, 1965
G-1-2303 200-73: Canoe River Exploration Limited. — 1967-1970
G-1-2304 200-74: Riveredge Foundation – Share Certificates. — [ca. 1960s]. — List of people with shares and who they were transferred to.
G-1-2305 200-75: Affidavit – Fathers of Confederation and Atlantic Development Board. — January 8, 1968
G-1-2306 200-76: Ace Foundation Share Certificates. — [1968]. — List of people with shares.
G-1-2307 200-77: C. d’O. Pilkington Jackson and purchase of “The Bruce”. — 1963-1969
G-1-2308 200-79: Gift to Riveredge Foundation. — April, 1970
G-1-2309 200-80: Gift of Collections to Riveredge Foundation. — October 27, 1971
G-1-2310 200-81: Gifts to Dorothy Jean Harvie, Donald S. Harvie, Neil S. Harvie, Managers Limited and Riveredge Foundation. — January 1, 1972
G-1-2311 200-82: Deed of Gift – Donald S. Harvie and Krieghoff painting. — April 17, 1972
G-1-2312 200-84: Re: Mrs. Joy Maclaren’s 1972 will. — April 16, 1975
G-1-2313 200-85: 1973 Reorganization – Glenbow Investments, Harvie Foundation, Riveredge Foundation and Ace Foundation. — 1973
G-1-2314 200-86: Eterna Watch. — 1973
G-1-2315 200-87: Voting Trust Agreements. — May 31, 1973. — File was empty.
G-1-2316 200-88: Voting Trust Agreement – Glenbow Investments. — December 12, 1973
G-1-2317 200-89: 1942 Deferred Income Tax. — 1954- 1973
G-1-2318 200-90a: Estate of Eric Harvie (Pt.I). — 1975
G-1-2319 200-90b: Estate of Eric Harvie (Pt. II). — 1975
G-1-2320 The Oil Chapter – Appendix II. — 1949-1972. – – Includes annual reports and financial statements for Western Minerals.
G-1-2321 The Oil Chapter – Appendix II. — 1949-1956. – – Includes annual reports and financial statements for Western Leaseholds.
G-1-2322 The Oil Chapter – Appendix II. — 1952-1964. – – Includes annual reports and financial statements for Western Chemicals.
G-1-2323 The Oil Chapter – Appendix II. — 1943-1973. – – Miscellaneous documents (list in file).

Series 45B

Glenbow Investments document files. — 1946-1976. — 87.5 cm of textual records.

G-1-2324 50-1: Glenbow Investments – Letter of Agreement between E.W. Bowness and Glenbow Investments. — 1954-1956
G-1-2325 50-2: Glenbow Investments – “Promisory Note” Western Leaseholds Limited. — 1952-1956
G-1-2326 50-6: Glenbow Investments – Vacant Lots 303 Calgary. — 1949-1960
G-1-2327 50-7: Glenbow Investments – Mortages – Haines. — 1953-1956
G-1-2328 50-9: Glenbow Investments – Sale Agreement between Eric L. Harvie and Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1949
G-1-2329 50-10: Glenbow Investments – Organization Documents. — 1946-1949
G-1-2330 50-14: Glenbow Investments – Agreement between K.K. Paget, et al, Alberta Transit Mix Concrete Company et al, and Glenbow Investments Limited. — November 21, 1952
G-1-2331 50-16: Glenbow Investments – Sale of Western Leaseholds and Leasehold Securities Limited Shares to Canadian Petrofina Limited. — 1955
G-1-2332 50-17: Glenbow Investments – Funds Held in Trust for Glenbow Investments Limited by Eric L. Harvie for Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1952-1957
G-1-2333 50-20: Glenbow Investments – Western Leaseholds Limited Sale of Common Shares. — 1951
G-1-2334 50-21a: Glenbow Investments – Re-organization. Duplicate Original Documents. — 1956
G-1-2335 50-23: Glenbow Investments – Liquidation. — 1956
G-1-2336 50-24: Glenbow Investments Limited – Shares and Debentures Surrendered to Liquidator. — April 1, 1956
G-1-2337 50-25: Glenbow Investments Limited – Annual Accounts. — 1950-1956
G-1-2338 50-26: Glenbow Investments Limited, Western Minerals, Western Leaseholds and Western Developments. — 1944-1949. — Historical Notes.
G-1-2339 51-1: Glenbow Investments Limited – Annual Accounts. — 1957-1976
G-1-2340 51-1a Part I: Glenbow Investments Limited – Annual Report to Shareholders. — 1965-1971
G-1-2341 51-1a Part II: Glenbow Investments Limited – Annual Report to Shareholders. — 1972-1975
G-1-2342 51-4: Glenbow Investments Limited – Guarantee of Western Chemicals Limited Demand Notes and Debentures. — 1957-1958
G-1-2343 51-5: Glenbow Investments Limited – Western Chemicals Debentures. — 1956
G-1-2344 51-6: Glenbow Investments Limited – Surrendered Perpetual Redeemable Non-Interest Bearing Debenture. — 1956-1962
G-1-2345 51-6-1: Glenbow Investments Limited – Surrendered Demand Note dated September 1, 1962. — 1971-1973
G-1-2346 51-7: Glenbow Investments Limited – Insurance Policies. — 1961, 1969
G-1-2347 51-8: Glenbow Investments Limited – Indemnity Agreement and Letter of Opinion. — 1961
G-1-2348 51-9: Glenbow Investments Limited – Western Chemicals Limited Debenture. — 1961-1965
G-1-2349 51-10: Glenbow Investments Limited – International Resort Facilities Limited. — 1962-1967
G-1-2350 51-11: Glenbow Investments Limited – Re-organization. — 1962
G-1-2351 51-12: Glenbow Investments Limited – Corporation and Labour Unions Returns. — 1962-1975
G-1-2352 51-13: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Western Chemicals Limited to Chemcell (1963) Limited. — 1964
G-1-2353 51-14: Glenbow Investments Limited – Shares of Western Minerals Limited held for Others. — [ca.1960s]
G-1-2354 51-15: Glenbow Investments Limited – C.B. Barlow and Western Minerals Limited. — 1964-1965
G-1-2355 51-16: Glenbow Investments Limited – Re-organization June 1st , 1965. — 1965
G-1-2356 51-17: Glenbow Investments Limited – Preger International Limited. — 1966-1973
G-1-2357 51-18: Glenbow Investments Limited – Letter to Shareholders re Dividend Payments. — September 7, 1966
G-1-2358 51-19 Part I: Glenbow Investments Limited – Chemcell-Alberta Sulphate Limited Debentures. — 1969-1974
G-1-2359 51-19 Part II: Glenbow Investments Limited – Chemcell-Alberta Sulphate Limited Debentures. — 1969-1974
G-1-2360 51-20: Glenbow Investments Limited – Chemcell and Western Minerals Limited. — 1969-1972. — Sodium Sulphate Project.
G-1-2361 51-20a: Glenbow Investments Limited – Alberta Sulphate Limited Shares. — 1970
G-1-2362 51-20b: Glenbow Investments Limited – Alberta Sulphate Limited Second Mortgage Debentures. — 1974
G-1-2363 51-20c: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Shares, Debentures and Notes of Alberta Sulphate Limited to Norando Mines Limited. — 1974
G-1-2364 51-21: Glenbow Investments Limited – Quality Records Limited. — 1949-1959
G-1-2365 51-22: Glenbow Investments Limited – Canwest Exploration Overseas Limited Agreement. — 1965, 1967
G-1-2366 51-23a: Glenbow Investments Limited – Transfer of Land from Glenbow Holdings Limited to Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1961-1969
G-1-2367 51-23b: Glenbow Investments Limited – Petroleum and/or Natural Gas Mineral Rights Acquired from Glenbow Holdings Limited. — 1969-1974
G-1-2368 51-24a: Glenbow Investments Limited – Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited Shares. — 1970-1974
G-1-2369 51-24b: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited. — 1975
G-1-2370 51-25: Glenbow Investments Limited – Purchase of Shares of Western Minerals and Mineral Securities Limited. — 1971
G-1-2371 51-26: Glenbow Investments Limited – Management Fees. — December 10, 1971
G-1-2372 51-28: Glenbow Investments Limited – Purchase of Alberta Sulphate Limited and Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited. — 1972
G-1-2373 51-29: Glenbow Investments Limited – Re-organization. — 1973
G-1-2374 51-30: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Interest in Western Minerals Limited to Brascan Resources Limited. — 1973
G-1-2375 51-30a Part I: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Interest in Western Minerals Limited to Brascan Resources Limited. — 1973
G-1-2376 51-30a Part II: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Interest in Western Minerals Limited to Brascan Resources Limited. — 1973
G-1-2377 51-30b: Glenbow Investments Limited – Sale of Interest in Western Minerals Limited to Brascan Resources Limited. — 1973
G-1-2378 51-31: Glenbow Investments Limited – Re-organization. — 1971
G-1-2379 51-32: Glenbow Investments Limited – Voting Trust Agreements. — 1973

Sub-series 45C

Alberta Sulphate Limited document files. — 1973. — 3 cm of textual records

G-1-2380 52-1: Alberta Sulphate Limited – General. — 1973

Sub-series 45D

Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited document files.– 1970-1975. — 1 cm of textual records.

G-1-2381 53-2: Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited – Patent re Extraction of Soluble Material from Natural Deposits. — 1974
G-1-2382 53-4: Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited – Contract with Harold Kitchen. — 1970
G-1-2383 53-5: Alberta Chemicals (1970) Limited – Letters Patent of Incorporation. — 1975

Sub-series 45E

Glenbow Foundation document files. — 1954-1968. — 8.5 cm of textual records.

G-1-2384 70-1: Glenbow Foundation – “Promisory Note” from Western Leaseholds Limited. — 1955
G-1-2385 70-2: Glenbow Foundation – Letter of Trust from Eric L. Harvie. — May 11, 1954
G-1-2386 70-3: Glenbow Foundation – Employment Contract for Dr. Douglas Leechman. — 1955-1961
G-1-2387 70-10: Glenbow Foundation – Guarantee of Western Chemicals Demand Notes and Debentures. — 1956-1961
G-1-2388 70-12: Glenbow Foundation – Jack D. Herbert. — 1956-1959
G-1-2389 70-13: Glenbow Foundation – Philip H. Godsell. — 1955
G-1-2390 70-15: Glenbow Foundation – Clifford P. Wilson. — 1957
G-1-2391 70-16: Glenbow Foundation – R.G. Forbis. — 1958-1963
G-1-2392 70-17: Glenbow Foundation – Dr. O.S. Longman. — 1956
G-1-2393 70-18: Glenbow Foundation – Eleanor G. Luxton – 1956
G-1-2394 70-20: Glenbow Foundation – W.L. Jacobson. — 1958
G-1-2395 70-21: Glenbow Foundation – Julian West. — 1958
G-1-2396 70-24: Glenbow Foundation – William W. Rothel. — 1959
G-1-2397 70-26: Glenbow Foundation – Grahame Montcrieff Williamson. — 1959
G-1-2398 70-40: Glenbow Foundation – Automobile Rental Agreement. — 1965
G-1-2399 70-43: Glenbow Foundation – Western Chemicals Debenture. — 1961
G-1-2400 70-44: Glenbow Foundation – J. Rosettis. — 1962
G-1-2401 70-44a: Glenbow Foundation – Mrs. J. Rosettis. — 1965
G-1-2402 70-46: Glenbow Foundation – G.B. Greene. — 1961-1964
G-1-2403 70-49: Glenbow Foundation – Lease of Hull and Anglican Manse Properties. — 1962, 1968
G-1-2404 70-51: Glenbow Foundation – Mrs. K.S. Blair. — 1962
G-1-2405 70-57: Glenbow Foundation – James C. Garner. — 1963-1964
G-1-2406 70-68: Glenbow Foundation – C.A. Masur. — 1964
G-1-2407 70-89: Glenbow Foundation – Knox Presbyterian Church Lease. — 1966-1967
G-1-2408 70-90: Glenbow Foundation – Agreement with V. Markotic. — 1966
G-1-2409 70-91: Glenbow Foundation – Lease of Truck from Hutchinson Agencies. — 1966

Sub-series 45F

Managers Limited document files. — 1925-1969. — 50 cm of textual records.

G-1-2410 100-3 Part I: Managers Limited – Office Leases, Calgary. — 1955-1957
G-1-2411 100-3 Part II and Part III: Managers Limited – Office Leases, Calgary. — 1957-1961
G-1-2412 100-3a: Managers Limited – Office Leases, Edmonton. — 1954-1960
G-1-2413 100-4: Managers Limited – Employee Loan Contracts – D.R.B. McArthur. — 1954-1960
G-1-2414 100-5: Managers Limited – Robert Gordon. — 1953-1957
G-1-2415 100-6: Managers Limited – Original Agreements. — 1926-1930s
G-1-2416 100-7: Managers Limited – Agreements – Robert Wilkinson. — 1939-1930
G-1-2417 100-8: Managers Limited – Old Agreements. — 1925-1926
G-1-2418 100-9: Managers Limited – Old Agreements. — 1926
G-1-2419 100-10a: Managers Limited – Old Agreements – De La Vergne. — 1925-1934
G-1-2420 100-10b: Managers Limited – Old Agreements – De La Vergne. — 1925-1934
G-1-2421 100-11: Managers Limited – Old Agreements – The De La Vergne Company Limited. — 1925-1934. — Includes corporate records and minutes.
G-1-2422 100-12: Managers Limited – Share Certificates Held in Trust for Donald S. Harvie. — n.d.
G-1-2423 100-13: Managers Limited – Medical Services Incorporated. — 1955-1965
G-1-2424 100-13b: Managers Limited – The Crown Life Insurance Policy. — 1955-1973
G-1-2425 100-15: Managers Limited – H.W. Meech Mortgage. — 1955-1956
G-1-2426 100-16: Managers Limited – Agreement for Sale with Glenbow Investments Limited. — 1956
G-1-2427 100-17: Managers Limited – Prince George Power Project. — 1954, 1956
G-1-2428 100-18: Managers Limited – M.L. DeRome Promissory Note. — 1954-1955
G-1-2429 100-19: Managers Limited – Note Receivable Luxton Museum. — 1968
G-1-2430 100-20: Managers Limited – Demand Note Mrs. E.J. Brown. — 1956
G-1-2431 100-22: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage J.D. Herbert. — 1957-1958
G-1-2432 100-23: Managers Limited – Service Agreements Office Equipment. — 1956-1967
G-1-2433 100-24: Managers Limited – Canadian Petrofina Rights. — 1957
G-1-2434 100-25: Managers Limited – Mortgage J.G. Cathcart. — 1954-1962
G-1-2435 100-26: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage William D.M Marsden. — 1957-1962
G-1-2436 100-27: Managers Limited – Agreement David Scott. — 1957
G-1-2437 100-28: Managers Limited – Agreement re Purchase of Shares of Western Chemicals Limited. — 1958
G-1-2438 100-29: Managers Limited – Retirement Annuity Plan and Amendments. — 1958-1968
G-1-2439 100-29a: Managers Limited – Retirement Annuity Plan. — 1958-1970. — National Life Assurance Company Agreement.
G-1-2440 100-29c: Managers Limited – Retirement Annuity Plan. — 1958-1965. — The Canada Trust Company.
G-1-2441 100-33: Managers Limited – Mortgage re William Scott, Junior. — 1958-1964
G-1-2442 100-34: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage Hugh A. Dempsey. — 1958-1960
G-1-2443 100-35: Managers Limited – Livingstone Range Power Project. — 1958
G-1-2444 100-36: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage Benjamin Hertzberg. — 1959-1963
G-1-2445 100-37: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortage G.M. Williamson. — 1959-1961
G-1-2446 100-38: Managers Limited – Sadie Hamilton Trust. — 1947-1960
G-1-2447 100-39: Managers Limited – D.C.T. Number 115-14-154. — 1959
G-1-2448 100-39a: Managers Limited – W.N. Carr Lease. — 1960
G-1-2449 100-40: Managers Limited – Authorization from Mrs. Ingram. — 1960. — Re directors fees.
G-1-2450 100-41: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage David S. Scott. — 1960-1968
G-1-2451 100-42: Managers Limited – Chattel Mortgage Samuel Scott. — 1960-1961
G-1-2452 100-44: Managers Limited – Canada House (New York) Limited Debenture. — 1961-1963
G-1-2453 100-45: Managers Limited – Office Lease. — 1961-1964. — 838-11th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta.
G-1-2454 100-47: Managers Limited – Employment Contract E.J. Slatter. — 1961
G-1-2455 100-49: Managers Limited – R.N. Harvey Employment Arrangements. — 1962
G-1-2456 100-51: Managers Limited – Mortgage W.J. Allen. — 1962
G-1-2457 100-52: Managers Limited – Luxton Trading Post Sub-Lease. — 1962-1968
G-1-2458 100-53: Managers Limited – Offer from Sun Oil to Eric Harvie 1963. — Re Athabasca Oil and Asphalt Company Limited.
G-1-2459 100-55: Managers Limited – Mortgage Richard G. Forbis. — 1963-1967
G-1-2460 100-56: Managers Limited – Management Agreement with Western Minerals. — 1965-1973
G-1-2461 100-62: Managers Limited – Benkins Storage Agreement. — 1968-1969
G-1-2462 100-65: Managers Limited – M. Joy Maclaren re Annual Gift. — 1967
G-1-2463 100-66: Managers Limited – Gifting of Pproperties to Harvie Foundation. – 1969. — Rungius House and Holiday House.

Sub-series 45G

A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited document files. — 1896-1973. — 25 cm of textual records.

G-1-2464 120-1: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Trca Mortgage. — 1947-1958
G-1-2465 120-2: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Stevens Mortgage. — 1949-1956
G-1-2466 120-3: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – De Caux Mortgage. — 1959
G-1-2467 120-4: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Meech Mortgage. — 1956
G-1-2468 120-5 A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Cancelled Mortgages. — 1951
G-1-2469 120-6: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Corporate Documents. — 1945-1948
G-1-2470 120-7: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Old Documents. — 1920-1946
G-1-2471 120-8: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Securities. — 1968
G-1-2472 120-9: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – G.A. Lafferty Estate. — 1896-1935
G-1-2473 120-10: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – A.N. Lafferty and Elizabeth Lafferty. — 1906-1945
G-1-2474 120-11 Part I: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – James Delamere Lafferty Estate. — 1904-1944
G-1-2475 120-11 Part II: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – James Delamere Lafferty Estate. — 1904-1944
G-1-2476 120-11 Part III: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – James Delamere Lafferty Estate. — 1904-1944
G-1-2477 120-12: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Ness Property. — 1968
G-1-2478 120-13: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Cremona Pipe Line Limited Easement. — 1968
G-1-2479 120-14: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Alberta Signing Authorities. — 1961, 1964
G-1-2480 120-14: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Address for Service. — 1963
G-1-2481 120-14: A.N. Lafferty Securities Limited – Will of Alexander Norman Lafferty. — 1951

Sub-series 45H

Harvie Foundation document files. — 1966-1973. — 6 cm of textual records.

G1-2482 140-21: Harvie Foundation – Re Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1966-1973
G1-2483 140-21a: Harvie Foundation – Re Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1966. — Submission to Income Tax Department.
G1-2484 140-21b: Harvie Foundation – Re Glenbow-Alberta Institute. — 1966. — Re closing May 25, 1966.
G1-2485 140-38: Harvie Foundation – Sale of Rungius House to Parks Department. — 1969-1970
G1-2486 140-39: Harvie Foundation – Sale of Holiday House to Parks Department. — 1969-1970

Sub-series 45I

Pioneer Agricultural Museum document files. — 1962-1968. — .5 cm of textual records.

G-1-2487 150-1: Pioneer Agricultural Museum. — Corporations and Labour Unions Returns Act. — 1962-1968

Sub-series 45J

Ace Foundation document files. — 1968-1974. — 6 cm of textual records.

G-1-2488 170-1: Ace Foundation – Annual Accounts. — 1969-1974
G-1-2489 170-2: Ace Foundation – Annual Reports. — 1969-1972
G-1-2490 170-4: Ace Foundation – Registration Documents. — 1968
G-1-2491 170-5: Ace Foundation – Portland Properties Lease. — 1969
G-1-2492 170-6: Ace Foundation – Agreement with Riveredge Foundation. — 1969-1972
G-1-2493 170-7: Ace Foundation – Contracts re Caravans. — 1970-1974
G-1-2494 170-8: Ace Foundation – Agreement with O.J. Anderson. — 1970
G-1-2495 170-9: Ace Foundation – Employee Contracts. — 1970-1973
G-1-2496 170-10: Ace Foundation – Insurance. — 1974
G-1-2497 170-11: Ace Foundation – Management Fees. — 1971
G-1-2498 170-12: Ace Foundation – Voting Trust Agreement between Eric L. Harvie and Donald S. Harvie. — 1973