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A. Jim Bagley interview

RECORDED: Canmore (Alta.), 1984-10 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Started with Kananaskis Ranch (Seebe), circa 1925 to 1931. Kananaskis Lakes; handles hydro surveys in the 1920s. Trips along the Continental Divide described. Kananaskis Ranch horsemen; R;ay...

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items. A filmed report on the operation of the federal agriculture research station at Beaverlodge, Alberta, in the Peace River area. Research in agrometeorology -- climate in relation to crop production. Sites for recording weather da...

Alex Wylie interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Alex Wylie discusses hiking near Hinton in 1905 with some traders as he moved to BC; moved to Alberta from Scotland; describes the fort at Edmonton; he describes how he became a packer in;...

Alpha Legace interview

RECORDED: Richmond (B.C.), 1983-11 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Ray Legace (Alpha's husband) was born in 1895 in Hatzic Prairie, BC; his first year in Banff was 1917 and later worked for Pat Brewster. English party used collapsible bathtub on trip. R...

Andy Russell interview

CALL NUMBER: T4105:0043.1 RECORDED: Millarville (Alta.), 1984-10 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Grew up with a passion for reading, the mountains and horses. Bert Rigall, international reputation, taught Andy guiding, childhood accident, started in 1907, ope...

Arthur Allen interview

CALL NUMBER: T4105:0001.1 RECORDED: Quesnel (B.C.), 1983-11 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Swift place in Jasper. Tonquin Valley, 1926. 1929 hunting trip. Climbing Mount Robson, 1924. The Flying Trestle (1931-31). Robson area. Climbing party to Mount Si...

Bill Bagley interview

RECORDED: Ghost River (Alta.), 1984-10 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Freighting supplies in Kananaskis Valley, winter 1931. George Pocaterra. Ray Patterson. Banff Park outfits used both east slopes and BC areas of the Rockies. Soapy Smith. Frank Philipps;...

Bruce Otto interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [196-] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Bruce Otto discusses living in Jasper around 1909; he describes how he came there from Calgary; he offers several anecdotes; Tete Jaune; Jim Partridge who was a store owner; Valemount; a ;...

Chester Sands interview

RECORDED: Rocky Mountain House (Alta.), 1983-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Clarence Sands homesteaded west of Rocky Mountain House. Started guiding/outfitting in 1919. One client made 24 trips. Forestry pack trails. Areas worked, Nordegg and Brazeau R...

Cliff Duke interview

CALL NUMBER: T4105:0008.1 RECORDED: Gordondale (B.C.), 1983-11 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Came west for harvesting in 1923. Timekeeping for Fred Brewster operation in Jasper, 1923 to 1927. Operated dairy in Jasper, 1927-28. Homesteading near Beaverlodg...

Columbia adventure

Travelogue. A family enjoys an automobile trip through the Columbia watershed, following the Columbia River from its mouth on the Pacific coast to its source in southeastern British Columbia. En route, there are views of the Valley of the Ten Peak...

Cora Mustard interview

RECORDED: Seba Beach (B.C.), 1983-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Will Mustard (Cora's husband) born in Nebraska in 1892; worked for Otto Brothers in Jasper, 1917. Started family outfit at Mountain Park with father, Harvey, and brother, Ray, in 1920. ...

Crummy Family records

Letters from Richard Bunting Crummy, 1890-1972, to his parents and sister written from England after he had been wounded in World War I, from Saskatchewan and Alberta, where he taught school and homesteaded, and from Vancouver, where he taught sch...

Crummy (family)

Czartoryski, C.P.

A select bibliography of primary and secondary sources dealing with the history of the ethnic communities of Amber Valley (Alberta), Bella Coola (British Columbia), Falher (Alberta), La Crete (Alberta), Saltspring Island (British Columbia), Skarv ...

Czartoryski, C.P.

Deadline for pressure

Industrial film. The construction of Compressor Station No. 1 on the Alberta-California gas pipeline, located between Fernie and Turtle Mountain in the Rockies. The compressor was built for the Alberta Natural Gas Company by Marwell Construction.


Diaries of H.E. Church, 1890-1933; account book and personal papers of R.H. Church, 1927-1969; business papers re the Church ranch; papers of the Big Creek Stock Breeders Association, 1923-1969. H.E. Church emigrated from England to Canada in 188...

Church (family)

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