Archive Finding Aids

Here are detailed file-by-file descriptions of the contents of specific fonds and/or links to scanned documents.

Freda Bundy as a young woman
Freda Graham Bundy as a young woman

Freda Graham Bundy fonds

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M-157-1 Correspondence, diploma and certificate. -- 1914-1953. -- Consists of two letters (1953, 1953) re Pincher Creek pioneers (Conald and Lachlin Bell and Fred Scholfield's family); Provincial Normal College of Nova Scotia diploma (1914); and Alberta interim teaching certificate (1916).

Articles written by Freda Graham Bundy. -- [ca, 1920-1955]. -- Consists of the following:

He Amazes Me (re Stuart Graham)

A Perpetual Pioneer (re Stuart Graham)

He Introduced Polo into America (re Captain E.M. Wilmot)

Alberta - That Queer Province

A Test of Courage (re Frank Slide)

Turtle - The Creeping Mountain

Slow Up

First Trans-Canada Tourists

Sitting on Millions (re Pincher Creek)

Train Bandits

Creating Vandals

I Did Raise My Children in a Small Town

The Forgotten Man - The Telegraph Operator

Styles Change - Even in Names

M-157-3 Pioneers and their memoirs. -- [ca. 1950s]. -- Conists of notes on William Hill Metzler and Arthur Edgar Cox; "Old Times" re Pincher Creek district; "Memories of John Erskine Davies"; William Gladstone's story and diary; and "Memories of a Pioneer" (no name).
M-157-4 Autobiography, "Go West, Young Woman". -- 1955

Novels written by Freda Graham Bundy. -- [ca. 1950s]. -- Consists of the following:

Trail of Adventure

Riders of Squaw Butte

Broken Wings

The Secret of Burnaby's Cove

Novel re New England and Nova Scotia


Short stories written by Freda Graham Bundy. -- [ca. 1950s]. -- Consists of the following:

Hell's Angel

Drama in the Sky

Fate and Our Annie



A Peaceful Fighter

The Old-Fashioned Christmas

They are the Brave

Shades of John A. [Macdonald]

The Ministering Angel

The Missing Field Glasses

The Curse of a Conscience


Treasure House

Throw to Lose

I Play Sir Galahad

Whose Skull


Plays written by Freda Graham Bundy. -- [ca. 1940s-1950s]. -- Consists of the following one-act plays:


Happiness Way

The Miniature

Dawn in the West

Doubling for Cupid


No title

Detour (three act play)

M-157-12 Travel article by Freda Graham Bundy, "Trailing Through Alberta". -- [ca. 1950s]
M-157-boxes 2-3 Five scrapbooks
PA-177-(1-8) Views of Pincher Creek pioneers. -- 8 photographs
PA-613-1 Freda Graham Bundy as a young woman. -- 1 photograph
PA-664-(1-2) Boat on Kootenay Lake and railway conductor. -- 2 photographs
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