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On left: Henrietta and Oliver Edwards family, [ca. 1890]
On right: Alice and Claude Gardiner family, 1911
NA-4035-164 and NA-4035-170

Edwards, Gardiner family fonds

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Series 1 O.C. Edwards. -- 1873-1915
Series 2 Henrietta Muir Edwards. -- 1863-1999, predominant 1863-1931
Series 3Alice Gardiner. -- 1892-1964
Series 4Muir Edwards. -- 1897-1918
Series 5Margaret Stewart. - - 1888-1913
Series 6Amelia Muir. -- 1889-1938
Series 7 Claude Gardiner. -- 1872-1956, predominant 1894-1925
Series 8 Laura Gardiner. -- [ca. 1855]-1931
Series 9 Barbara Gardiner. -- 1878-1964
Series 10Claudia Whipple. -- 1910-2000
Series 11O.E.S. Gardiner. - - 1911-1996
Series 12Genealogy and relatives. -- 1795-[ca, 1970s]
Series 13 Photographs and artworks. -- 1839-1977

Inventory

Series 1

O.C. Edwards. -- 1873-1915. -- 12.5 cm of textual records. -- Oliver Cromwell Edwards, 1850-1915, was born in Clarence, Ontario. He trained as a medical doctor, and in 1882 came to Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan as an employee of the Indian Department. He made two trips to Fort Resolution, NWT in 1900 and 1901 as part of the Treaty 8 Commission. Later in 1901 he was appointed the physician for the Blood and Peigan reserves near Fort Macleod, Alberta. He moved to Stand Off, where he resided until his death He married Henrietta Muir in 1876, and they had three children, Alice, Muir, and Margaret. -- The series consists of extensive letters written to his wife, his Treaty 8 trip diary, correspondence with friends and acquaintances (including William Osler), his will, and obituaries.

M-8896-1Letters from Oliver to his fianc,e, Henrietta "Hettie" Muir. -- 1873-1974. -- The letters were written from Scotland and England, where he was studying medicine.
M-7283-4Doctor's certificates. -- 1876-1892
M-8896-2Letters to Oliver from his father, William Edwards. -- 1878-1880. -- Includes letters about the birth of Alice (1878) and the birth of Muir (1879).
M-7283-5Land indentures, Clarence, Ontario. -- 1880, 1899. -- Consists of notes about the location of these parcels of land, which O.C. Edwards inherited.
M-7283-6Moccasin designs. -- 1882. -- As observed by O.C. Edwards.
M-7283-6a"Notes and Observations made by Dr. O.C. Edwards". -- 1882-1885. -- Consists of diary-like entries for his trip from Montreal to Qu'Appelle (1882). Includes miscellaneous notes and moccasin designs (1883-1885).
M-8896-3Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- 1882, 1884. -- Includes typescripts.
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- October-December 1897. -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards in Regina, Saskatchewan to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. He describes his work as medical officer for the Indian Department on the Cree reserve at Indian Head, and discusses family matters and his life in Regina. Includes typescripts. View original letters.
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- January-November 1898. -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards in Regina, Saskatchewan to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. He describes his work as medical officer for the Indian Department on the Cree reserve at Indian Head, the landscape, new settlers, his travels, social activities including curling, and family matters. Includes a letter to his daughter, Alice, and two to his son, Muir (addressed to "Will" and "Jack"). Also includes transcripts of a few of the letters. View original letters.
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- January-December 1899 -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards in Regina, Saskatchewan to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. He describes his work as medical officer for the Indian Department on the Cree reserve at Indian Head, his life in Regina, and family matters. View now.
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- April-September 1900. -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. The letters describe his first trip to Fort Resolution, Alberta as part of the Treaty 8 Commission, including stops at Edmonton, Pembina River, Lesser Slave Lake, Dunvegan, Peace River Landing, Fort Chipewyan, Fort McMurray, and Pelican Rapids. Includes a letter to his son, Muir (addressed to "Jack"). View now.
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Diary of Fort Resolution trip. -- 1900. -- Consists of a handwritten diary kept by Dr. O.C. Edwards during his first trip to Fort Resolution as a member of the Treaty 8 Commission. The diary describes stops at Edmonton, Pembina River, Lesser Slave Lake, Dunvegan, Peace River Landing, Fort Chipewyan, Fort McMurray, and Pelican Rapids; and encounters with various First Nations. The diary has been published as On the North Trail : The Treaty 8 diary of O.C. Edwards / edited by David Leonard and Beverly Whalen. -- Calgary : Alberta Records Publication Board [and] Historical Society of Alberta, 1999.

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M-7283-12Transcription of 1900 Fort Resolution diary. -- nd
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- March-September 1901. -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. The letters describe his second trip to Fort Resolution, Alberta as part of the Treaty 8 Commission, including stops at Edmonton, Athabasca Landing, Lesser Slave Lake, Peace River Landing, Dunvegan, Vemilion, and Fort Chipewyan. Includes his loose notes about small pox, Great Slave Lake, Athabasca and Sir Alexander MacKenzie. View now.
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Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie, and daughter, Alice. -- 1900-1904. -- Consists of letters from O.C. Edwards to his wife Henrietta Muir Edwards and family in Montreal and Ottawa. The letters describe his return from Ottawa, Ontario to western Canada, and medical duties at his new posting as physician for the Blood and Peigan reserves near Fort Macleod, Alberta. View now.
M-7283-15Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- 1908. -- The letters are written primarily from Montreal.
M-7283-16Letters from Oliver to his wife, Hettie. -- 1912-1915. --Also includes one note to his daughter, Alice.
M-8896-4Dr. William Osler. -- 1896, 1911-1914, 1919. -- Consists of letters to O.C. Edwards from Dr. Osler (1896-1914) and newspaper articles about Dr. Osler (1919 and nd).
M-8896-5Various correspondences. -- 1882-1902. -- Consists of letters to O.C. Edwards from the Medico-Chirurigical Society (1882); "Geo" [possibly his brother] (1890); Davis & Lawrence medical supply company (1896); Dr. Wilfred Grenfell (1896); W.S. Grant of the Indian Office (1897); Dr. Robert Crawford (1897); Sir Richard Lake (1899); Holy Angel's Boarding School (ca. 1900 or 1901); and Percy H.N. Lake (1902, 1908).
M-8896-6"Treatment of Women given to Inebrity and the undue use of drugs". -- [after 1893]. -- Consists of drafts of a paper, handwritten by O.C. Edwards.
M-8896-7Newspaper obituaries of Dr. O.C. Edwards. -- 1915
M-8896-8Probate of will. -- 1916, 1933-1934. -- Consists of legal documents regarding the probate of O.C. Edwards' will. Includes a copy of his will, made in 1900.
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Series 2

Henrietta Muir Edwards. -- 1863-1999, predominant 1863-1931. -- 12.5 cm of textual records. -- Henrietta "Hettie" Muir, 1849-1931, was born in Montreal. She was prominent in the women's rights movement, served as convenor of laws of the National Council of Women for 38 years, and was one of Alberta's "Famous Five" who fought to have Canadian women recognized as "persons". She married Oliver Cromwell Edwards in 1876, and they had three children, Alice, Muir and Margaret. -- The series consists of her diaries as a young woman, letters written to Amelia (sister) and Alice (daughter), a few of her speeches and writings, Persons Case memorabilia, obituaries, tributes after her death, and accounts of her estate.

M-7283-17Letter to Hetty [Hettie] from her father, William Muir. -- 1863
M-7283-18Diary. -- January-May 1864. -- The diary is restricted due to its fragile condition. A photocopy and a microfilm are available for research purposes.
M-8896-9 Diaries. -- Fall 1867. -- Consists of diaries kept during her "Grand Tour" of Europe, during which she visited Glasgow, London, Paris, Rome, Venice, and Florence, accompanied by her father and/or Uncle James. -- The diaries are restricted due to their fragile condition. Transcripts are available for research purposes. View transcript of volume 1. Scanned Document View transcript of volume 2.
M-8896-10Common prayer book. -- 1871. - Annotated: "Henrietta Muir, Montreal, June 15th, 1871".
M-7283-19Working Girls' Association. -- [ca. 1875]. -- Consists of a newspaper clipping and an information sheet about the Association, which was founded by Henrietta Muir, and the Young Women's Reading Room which was operated by the group.
M-8896-11Letter to "Miss Muir" from W. Edwards. -- April 13, 1876. -- Consists of a letter from William Edwards, the father of her fianc,, Oliver Edwards.
M-7283-20Letters to Hettie from her mother, Jane Muir. -- 1883, 1888 and nd
M-7283-22Various correspondence. -- 1897-1918. -- Consists of letters to H.M. Edwards from Fannie W. Marshall (1897); Dora Briggs (1897); Cobalt Silver Mountain Mining Co. (1907); anonymous person who objected to H.M. Edwards' advertisement for a "lady help" (1911); J.D. Lafferty (1915); and Great Northern Mines (1918). Includes a postcard from H.M. Edwards to Miss Statham (1909).
M-8896-12"How Montreal is Governed". -- [ca. 1900]. - - Consists of a newspaper clipping of a paper given by Mrs. O.C. Edwards to the Social Science Club on November 20. The article is glued on loose pages of what appears to have been a scrapbook.
M-7283-21Speech. -- September 1906. -- Consists of a speech given by Henrietta Muir Edwards to the National Council of Women. -- The original is restricted due to its fragile condition. A photocopy is available for research purposes.
M-7283-25Letters from "Mother" [H.M. Edwards] to her daughter, Alice. -- 1911-1919, 1926, 1931. -- Also includes one letter addressed to her son- in-law Claude (Alice's husband).
M-7283-23Letters from Hettie to her sister, Amelia. -- 1916-1917
M-7283-24Invitation. -- 1918. -- Consists of an invitation to confer with the Cabinet's War Committee regarding women's war work.
M-8896-13Notebooks. -- 1922-1927. -- Consists of a notebook in which she recorded inspirational passages, notes on money received from Alice, etc. Also includes a small book entitled "The Practice of the Presence of God" which is annotated "Mrs. O.C. Edwards, Macleod".
M-7283-26Legal Status of Women in Canada. -- 1924. -- Compiled by H.M. Edwards, and published by the Canadian Department of Labour.
M-7283-27Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, "Persons Case" judgement. -- 1929
M-7283-28Newspaper clippings. -- 1929 and nd. -- Consists of newspaper clippings kept by H.M. Edwards, regarding the Garden of Eden, and Jonah and the whale.
M-7283-29Newspaper clippings. -- 1917-1938. -- Consists primarily of tributes after H.M. Edwards' death in 1931.
M-8896-14Estate accounts. -- 1931-1939. -- Consists of an account book kept by Alice Gardiner regarding the estate of her mother, H.M. Edwards. Includes a letter (1939) from the auditor to Claude Gardiner regarding the final distribution of the estate.
M-7283-30Probate of will. -- 1933-1934
M-8896-15Persons Case memorabilia. -- 1931- 1999
M-8896-16"The Life and Times of a 'Valiant Person' - Henrietta Muir Edwards, 1849-1931". -- 1979-1981. -- Consists of a 1979 university paper written by Carol R. Wolter, and her subsequent corrections.
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Series 3

Alice Gardiner. -- 1892-1964. -- 12.5 cm of textual records. -- Alice Millicent Edwards, 1878-1964, was born in Montreal, Quebec, the daughter of O.C. Edwards and Henrietta Muir Edwards. She married Claude Gardiner in 1907, and they had two children, Claudia and Oliver Ernest. The Gardiners ran the Wineglass Ranch until 1930, when they travelled extensively, then settled in Victoria, British Columbia. -- The series consists of some childhood correspondence; list of wedding gifts and letters of congratulations on her marriage; extensive letters written by Alice to her husband, mother, children, aunt, and sister-in-law; letters received from various friends; her 1940 diary; and her obituary.

M-8896-17Letter from Alice to her father, Oliver Edwards. -- 1892
M-8896-18Letters to Alice. -- 1898, 1904
M-7283-47 Letter from Alice to Claude Gardiner. -- 1905. -- Consists of a letters written shortly before their engagement.
M-7283-37Letters of congratulation to Alice on her engagement and marriage. -- 1906-1907. -- Includes wedding invitation.
M-8896-19List of wedding gifts. -- 1907
M-8896-19aLetter from Alice to her mother, H.M. Edwards. -- 1907. -- Consists of a letter written shortly after her wedding. Also signed by Claude.
M-8896-20Letters to Alice from Claude's aunt, Ellen Statham (Aunt Nellie). -- 1906-1917
M-7283-38 Various correspondence. -- 1915-1932 and nd. -- Consists of letters to Alice from Dorothy Annesley, H.C. Evans, Alice M. Evans, R.M. Sherk, Mildred Stephens, "Cousin Reg", Winifred M Wilson (Principal of Bishop Bethune College which Alice attended), Alex Leaper, and others.
M-8896-21War letters to Alice from Fred G. Blain. -- 1915-1918
M-8896-22War letters to Alice from P.F. Adair. -- 1916- 1918
M-8896-23Letters from Alice to her aunt, Amelia Muir (Aunt Min). -- 1920-1935
M-8896-24Letters from Alice to her children, Ernest and Claudia. -- 1928
M-8896-25Letters from Alice to her mother, H.M. Edwards. -- 1929. -- Consists of letters written from Monaco, Cannes and Italy during a trip to Europe.
M-8896-26Letters from Alice to her daughter, Claudia. - - 1931-1957
M-7283-39Correspondence between Alice and Lady Aberdeen. -- 1931-1932
M-7283-40Various correspondence. -- 1932-1953. -- Consists of letters to Alice from H.A. Constantine, Norah Stevenson, Mabel D., Nora Peard, Mary Ponton, and others.
M-8896-27Letter from Alice to her son-in-law, Clifford Whipple. -- 1939. -- Regarding the birth of his third daughter, Barbara.
M-8896-28Diary. -- 1940
M-7283-41Guest book, Victoria house. -- 1940- 1960
M-8896-29Letters from Alice to her sister-in-law, Barbara Gardiner. -- 1942, 1943. -- Consists of letters written after Claude Gardiner's death in December 1942.
M-8896-30Newspaper clipping. -- 1947. -- Regarding Alice's attendance at the christening of her grandson, Edward William Statham Gardiner.
M-8896-31Letter from Alice to her nephew, Graeme Stewart. -- 1954
M-8896-32Miscellany. -- [ca. 1920]-1957. -- Consists of handwritten prayer by a domestic servant, as heard at Westminster Chapel (ca. 1920); miniature copy of The Times (ca. 1920); program for dedication of war memorial in Fort Macleod (1923); anniversary greeting From Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Woolworth (nd); and Arctic Circle Club membership card (1957).
M-8896-33Obituary. -- 1964
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Series 4

Muir Edwards. -- 1897-1918. -- 1 cm of textual records. -- William Muir Edwards, 1879-1918, was the son of O.C. Edwards and Henrietta Muir Edwards. He was a professor at the University of Alberta. He married Evelyn Douglas in 1905, and they had three children, Douglas Oliver, Muriel (Graham), and Joyce (Scully). He died of influenza in 1918. -- The series consists of a diary (1897), letters to his family (1906, 1909 and nd), and obituaries (1918).

M-7283-31Diary. -- May-December 1897
M-8896-34Letters from Muir to his family. -- 1906, 1909 and nd. -- Consists of a letters of congratulations to his sister Alice and her fianc, Claude Gardiner on their engagement (1906), Christmas letter to his parents (1909), and letter to his father (nd).
M-8896-35Obituaries. -- 1918
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Series 5

Margaret Stewart. -- 1888-1913. -- 0.5 cm of textual records. -- Margaret Edwards, 1885-1913, was born at Indian Head, Saskatchewan, the daughter of O.C. Edwards and Henrietta Muir Edwards. Her nickname was Pearl. She married Alex Stewart in 1910, and died shortly after giving birth to their only child, Alexander Graeme Stewart. -- The series consists of correspondence with family and friends, and obituary.

M-8896-36Correspondence. -- 1888-1908 and nd. -- Consists of letter to Pearl as a child (1888), letters of congratulations to her sister Alice and Claude Gardiner on their engagement (1906), letter to Alice regarding nursing (1907), letter of congratulations to Alice on the birth of Claudia (1907), and letter to her mother, H.M. Edwards, regarding birth of Muir's son, Douglas (1908).
M-8896-37Obituary. -- 1913
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Series 6

Amelia Muir. -- 1889-1938. -- 3 cm of textual records. -- Amelia Kneeshaw Muir, 1848-1938, was born in Montreal, Quebec, the sister of Henrietta Muir Edwards. She was known by her family as Millie, and later by her nephews and nieces as Aunt Min. She moved to Alberta in 1907 and lived with Henrietta and Oliver on the Blood reserve until Oliver's death in 1915. She and Henrietta then moved into Fort Macleod, where she lived until her death. -- The series consists of miscellaneous correspondence with family and friends, her letters to the editor, and her obituary.

M-7283-35Letter to "Millia" from her mother, Jane Muir. -- 1889
M-8896-38Letter from "Millie" to her sister, Henrietta. - - 1907
M-8896-39Letters from "Aunt Min" to her niece, Alice (Edwards) Gardiner. -- 1906-1938
M-8896-40Miscellaneous correspondence. -- 1926, 1937, and nd. -- Consists of a letter from Amelia Muir to the "Members of the First Baptist Church, Montreal" (1926); letter to "Millie" from Lucy F. Wood (1937); and an incomplete letter to "Aunt Min" from Boscombe, England (nd).
M-7283-36Letters to the editor. -- 1908, 1932. -- Consists of letters written by Amelia regarding a sea voyage (1908) and evolution (1932). Includes the article on which she comments in her letter to the editor.
M-8896-41Obituaries. -- 1938
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Series 7

Claude Gardiner. -- 1872-1956, predominantly 1894-1925. -- 30 cm of textual records. -- Claude William Edwards Gardiner, 1870-1942, was born in England, the son of Lt. Col. E.J. Gardiner, and Laura Gardiner. He came to Canada in 1894 and settled at Olsen Creek in the Porcupine Hills of southern Alberta, where he ran the Wineglass Ranch until 1930. In 1907 he married Alice Edwards, and they had two children, Claudia and Oliver Ernest. After retiring, he and Alice travelled extensively then settled in Victoria. -- The series consists of extensive letters to his parents about his early ranching experiences, diaries and notebooks related to farming activities, letters to his wife, miscellany, and obituaries.

M-8896-42Claude's height. -- 1872-1879. -- Consists of a list of his height at various times during his childhood. On the reverse is a list of the heights of his sister, Barbara from 1874-1881.
M-8896-43Letters from Claude (as a child) to his parents. -- 1879-1880
M-7283-42Gun licences. -- 1888-1890, 1893
M-7283-43 Letters to Claude from his grandfather, W.J. Gardiner. -- 1894-1895. Scanned Document View now.
M-7283-44 Letter of introduction. -- 1894. -- Consists of a letter from Constance M. Statham, 1873-?, to her brother, Gilbert Stancliffe Statham, 1874-?, in Manitoba, introducing Claude during his travels to Canada. Scanned Document View now.
M-7283-45Discharge certificate from the Queen's Westminster volunteers. -- 1895
M-8896-44 Letters from Claude to his parents in England. -- 1894 and nd. -- Consists of the letters of Claude Gardiner, a young English immigrant, to his parents in England. The letters describe his voyage to Canada, his trip across the country to Alberta, and the establishment of the Wineglass Ranch on Porcupine Creek. These letters have been published as Letters from an English Rancher / by Claude Gardiner; edited and introduction by Hugh A. Dempsey. -- Calgary : Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1988. View now.
M-8896-45 Letters from Claude to his parents in England. -- 1895. -- Consists of the letters of Claude Gardiner, a young English immigrant, to his parents in England. The letters describe pioneer and ranching life on the Wineglass Ranch in southern Alberta. These letters have been published as Letters from an English Rancher / by Claude Gardiner; edited and introduction by Hugh A. Dempsey. -- Calgary : Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1988. View now.
M-8896-46 Letters from Claude to his parents in England. -- 1896. -- Consists of the letters of Claude Gardiner, a young English immigrant, to his parents (especially his father) in England. The letters describe pioneer and ranching life on the Wineglass Ranch in southern Alberta. These letters have been published as Letters from an English Rancher / by Claude Gardiner; edited and introduction by Hugh A. Dempsey. -- Calgary : Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1988. View now.
M-7283-46 Typescripts of letters from Claude to his parents. -- 1894-1896. -- Consists of transcripts of letters of Claude Gardiner, a young English immigrant, to his parents in England. The letters describe his voyage to Canada, his trip across the country to Alberta, the establishment of the Wineglass Ranch on Porcupine Creek, and his life as a rancher. The transcripts are from Letters from an English Rancher, published by Glenbow in 1988 (copyright held by Glenbow). View now.
M-8896-47 Letters from Claude to his mother in England. -- 1897-1899. View now.
M-7283-48Appointments. -- 1898-1913. -- Consists of Claude's appointments as fire warden (1898-1899), postmaster of Olsen Creek (1905), registrar under Vital Statistics Act (1908), and game warden (1913).
M-7283-49 Farming notebooks. -- [ca. 1895-1899]
M-7283-56Land receipts. -- 1899-1913. -- Consists of documents related to land purchases at Olsen Creek (Wineglass Ranch).
M-7283-58Masons. -- 1905-1940. -- Consists of certificates and banquet programs.
M-7283-59 South African War (Boer War). -- 1899-1900. -- Consists of newspaper clippings and publications collected by Claude.
M-8896-48Letters from Claude to Alice during their courtship. -- 1906-1907
M-8896-49Letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- 1907-1918, 1927-1928, 1933
M-8896-50Letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- nd
M-7283-50Diaries. -- 1905, 1907-1908. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.

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M-7283-51Diaries. -- 1909-1911. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.
M-7283-52Diaries. -- 1912-1914. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.
M-7283-53Diaries. -- 1915-1917. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.
M-7283-54Diaries. -- 1918-1921. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.
M-7283-55Diaries. -- 1922-1924, 1927. -- Consists of diaries recording farming activities.
M-8896-51Letters from Claude to his daughter, Claudia. -- 1914, 1934-1942. -- Includes both the first letter written to her as a child, and the last which was written shortly before his death.
M-8896-52War letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- July 4, 1918-July 28, 1918. -- Consists of letters written while en route to Europe, and in London.
M-8896-53War letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- August 7, 1918-August 24, 1918. -- Consists of letters from London.
M-8896-54War letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- September 2, 1918-November 6, 1918. -- Consists of letters from London.
M-8896-55War letters from Claude to his wife, Alice. -- November 6, 1918-January 17, 1919. -- Consists of letters written from France. Include two letters to his mother, and one to his sister, Barbara.
M-7283-57British Ambulance Committee. -- 1918- 1919. -- Claude served as a volunteer with this group during the First World War.
M-8896-56"Purchaser's Shopping Card", England. -- 1920. -- Consists of Claude's ration card for J. Sainsbury grocery.
M-8896-57Diary. -- 1925. -- Consists of a diary recording curling, his children's school holidays, Claudia's scarlet fever (October 4), etc.
M-7283-60Miscellany. -- 1894-1929. -- Consists of bank books, dance cards, receipts, a Canadian Pacific Railway menu, Esperanto key, and recipe for liniment.
M-8896-58Account book. -- 1905-1925, 1955-1956. -- Consists of an account book used for many purposes, including accounts kept by Claude for the Olsen Coulee Dipping Company (1905-1907); accounts kept by Alice during the war (1918- 1919); Claude's accounts with Barbara Gardiner (1920-1925); and Claudia Whipple's accounts for Louise at St. Margaret's School (1955-1956).
M-8896-59Claude's death. -- 1942-1943. -- Consists of obituaries, telegrams and sympathy letters after his death on December 20, 1942.
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Series 8

Laura Gardiner. -- [ca. 1855]-1931. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- Laura Sarah Matilda Statham, 1846- 1932, was born in England. She married E.J. Gardiner in 1869 and they had two children, Claude and Barbara. She and daughter Barbara came to Olsen Creek in 1896 for an extended visit with her son, Claude. She returned to England, then in 1899 moved back to Alberta with Barbara. They lived in Fort Macleod until returning permanently to England at the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. -- The series consists of childhood memorabilia, letters written to her husband and daughter-in-law, Alice, and miscellany.

M-8896-60Letter from Laura as a child to her father. -- [ca. 1855]
M-8896-61"Rules for Laura" as a child. -- 1858
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Letters from Laura to her husband, Edward J. Gardiner, in England. -- 1896-1900. -- Consists of letters written by Laura Gardiner to her husband in England, when she and her daughter, Barbara, first came to Porcupine Hills (Olsen Creek) to stay with her son, Claude. Describes pioneer and ranching life near Fort Macleod. Includes several letters partially written by her daughter Barbara.

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M-8896-63Various correspondence. -- 1896, 1898, 1915. -- Consists of letters from Laura to W.J. Gardiner (1896), letters from Anne Beutler and Mrs. Paisley (1898), and letter of sympathy to H.M. Edwards on the death of Oliver Edwards (1915).
M-8896-64Letters from Laura to her daughter-in-law, Alice. -- 1906, 1913-1918, 1924, 1931
M-8896-65Ellen "Nellie" Statham's death. -- 1917. -- Consists of letters to and from Laura about the death and funeral of her step-sister, Nellie.
M-8896-66Letter from Laura to her granddaughter, Claudia. -- 1927
M-8896-67Miscellany. -- 1869-1906 and nd. -- Consists of Statham family tree; Laura's trousseau account book (1869); a drawing of the Statham family crest; and court documents related to probate of her father-in-law's will(1906).
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Series 9

Barbara Gardiner. -- 1878-1964. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- Barbara Mary Laura Gardner, 1874-1964, was born in England, the daughter of E.J. Gardiner and Laura Gardiner. She and her mother came to Olsen Creek in 1896 for an extended visit with her brother, Claude. She subsequently lived in Fort Macleod until returning permanently to England at the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. In England, she lived in Bournemouth, and was very active with the Red Cross. -- The series consists of letters written to her father, Aunt Nellie, sister-in-law Alice, and niece Claudia. Also includes her obituary.

M-8896-68 Letters from Barbara, as a child, to her father, Edward J. Gardiner. -- 1878 and nd.
M-8896-69 Letters from Barbara to her father, Edward J. Gardiner, in England. -- 1896-1900. -- Consists of letters written home to her father in England when she and her mother, Laura, came to Porcupine Hills to stay with her brother, Claude. Describes her social life in southern Alberta. Her mother, Laura Gardiner, also wrote parts of these letters. View now.
M-7283-72Letters from Barbara to her aunt, Ellen "Nellie" Statham. -- 1907. -- Consists of letters describing the wedding of Alice Edwards to her brother, Claude; and regarding the birth of Claudia Edwards.
M-8896-70 Letters from Barbara to her sister-in-law, Alice. -- 1906-1947
M-8896-71 Letters from Barbara to her niece, Claudia. -- 1911-1964 and nd
M-8896-72Barbara Gardiner's death. -- 1964. -- Consists of obituary, copy of 1960 will, and correspondence about her estate.
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Series 10

Claudia Whipple. -- 1910-2000. -- 38 cm of textual records. -- Claudia Margaret Ellen Gardiner, 1907- 2000, was born on the Blood reserve in southern Alberta, the daughter of Claude and Alice Gardiner. She was educated at Bishop Bethune College in Oshawa, Ontario, and Macdonald College in Quebec. She married Clifford Whipple in 1932, and they had five daughters, Mary Elizabeth (Lacerte), Margaret Rose "Peggy" (Bowcott), Barbara Jo-Anne "Bonnie" (Muir), Nicolette Eileen "Nicki" (Edwards), and Henrietta Louise (Wymore). The Whipples ranched near Fort Macleod until 1952 when they moved to Sidney, British Columbia.. -- The series consists of Claudia's childhood letters and autograph books, school certificates and records, diaries of school experiences and European trips, letters written to Cliff and her mother, Alice, letters from daughters and various friends, and her obituaries. Includes some of Cliff's certificates and letters.

M-8896-73Locks of Claudia's hair as a child. -- 1910, 1912
M-8896-74Claudia's childhood letters to and from her grandparents, aunts, brother, etc. -- 1913-1919
M-8896-75Autograph book. -- 1919-1929. -- Consists of an autograph book which was a birthday gift from her mother, H.M. Edwards, on November 22, 1919.
M-8896-76London trip. -- 1920. -- Consists of a diary kept during the trip, and a letter about her activities which was published in the Fort Macleod newspaper. See M-8896-108 for her brother's diary of the same trip.
M-8896-77Confirmation certificate. -- 1923
M-8896-78Bishop Bethune College, Oshawa, Ontario. -- 1924-1927. -- Consists of a scrapbook, literary magazine, and autograph book.
M-8896-79Diaries. -- 1924-1925. -- Consists of a diary of Christmas and Easter holidays (1924 and 1925), and diary of summer term (1925).
M-8896-80School essays and play. -- 1924-1929. -- Consists of Claudia's essays, "My Home Town" (1924), "Derby Day" (1927), "A Husband or a Career" (1929); and her brief play, "The Dream" (nd).
M-8896-81Diary of trip to Europe. -- 1927-1928. -- Consists of diary of her European trip from January 13-November 24, 1927. Also includes entries on her return, dated July 21-October 18, 1928.
M-8896-82Correspondence. -- 1927-1928. -- Consists of Claudia's letters to and from her brother, aunts and grandmother, while in Europe and attending school.
M-8896-83Claudia's writings. -- [nd]. -- Consists of autobiographical and family genealogical writings, including accounts of school and her 1927 trip to Europe.
M-8896-84Macdonald College - School of Household Science. -- [ca. 1928-1930]. -- Consists of a diary, "Care of the House" booklet, printed notes on table service, and Claudia's notes as Master of Ceremonies during King's Birthday celebrations.
M-8896-85"Useful Information". -- [ca. 1930]. -- Consists of Claudia's folder of notes about diets at the Winnipeg General Hospital.
M-8896-86School certificates. -- 1922-1931. -- Consists of certificates from the Alberta Department of Education, Bishop Bethune College, and Macdonald College - School of Household Science.
M-8896-87Letters of recommendation. -- 1930-1931. -- Consists of letters of support from the Children's Hospital of Winnipeg, and the Provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, regarding her dietetics activities.
M-8896-88Wedding to Clifford Whipple. -- 1932-1933. -- Consists of wedding invitation, marriage certificate, letters of congratulations, lists of gifts, gift cards and newspaper clippings about the wedding, which took place on December 24, 1932.
M-8896-89Letters from Claudia to her husband, Cliff. -- 1932-1957 and nd. -- Includes several letters to Cliff from his mother, which he passed onto Claudia to read.
M-8896-90Letters to Claudia from her husband, Cliff. -- 1932-1952
M-8896-91Letters of congratulations on birth of daughters. -- 1934, 1936
M 8892/92Letters from Claudia to her mother, Alice. -- 1924-1927 and nd. -- Consists primarily of letters written while on her 1927 trip to Europe. Includes a few letters addressed to her father.
M-8896-93Letters from Claudia to her mother, Alice. -- 1930-1939
M-8896-94Letters from Claudia to her mother, Alice. -- 1940-1957
M-8896-95Sympathy letters to Claudia on the death of her mother, Alice. -- 1964
M-8896-96Various correspondence. -- Consists of letters to Claudia from a variety of friends and acquaintances.
M-8896-97Diary, "My Trip East". -- 1937
M-8896-98War letters to Claudia from Lawrence Genest. -- 1940-1945
M-8896-99Account book. -- 1940-1945. -- Consists of grocery accounts (1940), and accounts of school expenses for Mary Elizabeth and Margaret Rose (1943-1945).
M-8896-100Guest book, Kincora Ranch. -- 1940- 1943
M-8896-101Letters to Cliff from his daughters. -- 1952- 1954. -- Consists of letters sent to him while visiting Fort Macleod, and on his birthday. Includes a few also addressed to Claudia.
M-8896-102Letters to Claudia and Cliff from their daughters. -- 1963, 1970, 1979
M-8896-103University of Alberta - Edwards collection. -- 1947, 1965-1974. -- Consists of Claudia's correspondence regarding First Nations material donated to the University by her family.
M-8896-104Donations to cultural institutions. -- 1951, 1988, 1992. -- Consists of Claudia's correspondence regarding possible donations to the Fort Macleod Historical Association, Provincial Archives, and the Glenbow.
RCT-867-2Comments regarding Letters from an English Rancher. -- 1988. -- 1 audio cassette. -- Consists of recorded comments by Claudia to Hugh Dempsey, regarding the editing of the book based on her father's letters. See M-8896-44, 45 and 46 for the original letters, and RCT-867-2 for the comments of her brother, Gard.
M-8896-105Newspaper clippings. -- 1952-1997. -- Consists of articles about Claudia and her family.
M-8896-106Cliff Whipple. -- 1952, 1977. -- Consists of his Victoria Curling Club membership (1952) and his death certificate (1977).
M-8896-107Obituaries. -- 2000
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Series 11

O.E.S. Gardiner. -- 1911-1996. -- 6 cm of textual records. -- Oliver Ernest Statham "Gard" Gardiner, 1910-1996, was born on the Blood reserve in southern Alberta, the son of Alice and Claude Gardiner. He served with the RCAF during the Second World War. He married Margaret Robinson in 1943, and they had four children, Edward William Statham, Terry Arthur Claude, Barbara Betina "Tina", and Anthony James Robinson. -- The series consists of childhood memorabilia, diaries of a childhood trip to London and school experiences, letters and memorabilia re Persons Case and Famous Five commemorations, and a eulogy on his death.

M-8896-108Childhood memorabilia. -- 1911-1918. -- Consists of a lock of "Oliver's" hair (1911), list of his words at age two (1912), and a letter from his Aunt Barbara (1918).
M-7283-61Postcard album. -- [ca. 1915-1920]. -- Consists of an album of postcards and personal comments about the school he attended in England.
M-8896-109Diary of trip to London. -- 1920. -- See M-8896-76 for his sister's diary of the same trip.
M-7283-62Boy Scouts card. -- 1924
M-7283-63Diary. -- 1926. -- Consists of diary kept while attending Trinity College School.
M-7283-64Trinity College School. -- 1926-1927. -- Consists of calendar, report cards, letter from "Ernie" home to his mother, Alice, and fees notices.
M-8896-110Letter from Gard to his mother, Alice. -- June 1938. -- Consists of a description of the unveiling of the Famous Five tablet in Ottawa. Includes a newspaper clipping about the event.
M-8896-111Miscellany. -- 1941-1955. -- Consists of a newspaper clipping about the Dunbar Ranch (1939); postcard from Gard to his mother, Alice (1941); telegram to his mother, and newspaper clipping, regarding his marriage (1943); report on an accident, made as an investigating officer of the RCAF (1944); and newspaper birth announcement for his daughter (1955).
M-7283-65Persons Case plaque. -- 1957. -- Consists of letters regarding the plaque in the Canadian Senate in Ottawa.
M-7283-66Henrietta Muir Edwards commemorative plaque. -- 1964. -- Consists of invitation, program, newspaper clippings, and photographs regarding the unveiling of the plaque in Fort Macleod.
RCT-867-1Comments regarding Letters from an English Rancher. -- 1988. -- 1 audio cassette. -- Consists of recorded comments by Gard to Hugh Dempsey, about the book based on her father's letters. See M-8896-44, 45 and 46 for the original letters, and RCT-867-2 for the comments of his sister, Claudia.
M-8896-112Eulogy for Gard Gardiner. -- 1996
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Series 12

Genealogy and relatives. -- 1795-[ca. 1970s]. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of Edwards family genealogy charts and reference material, and miscellaneous records related to a variety of Edwards and Gardiner family ancestors.

M-7283-1Edwards family genealogical charts and reference material. -- [ca. 1970s]
M-8896-113William Edwards (father of O.C. Edwards). -- 1811. -- Consists of his birth certificate.
M-7283-32William Edwards (father of O.C. Edwards). - - 1882. -- Consists of his published correspondence and papers.
M-8896-114Annie Cameron McNair Edwards (mother of O.C. Edwards). -- 1898-1910. -- Consists of newspaper clippings about her birthdays and a family reunion in Clarence, Ontario.
M-8896-115George Edwards (brother of O.C. Edwards). -- 1900. -- Consists of a letter written by George to his sister, Effie, about his experiences in Dawson City, Yukon.
M-7283-33William Cameron Edwards (brother of O.C. Edwards). -- 1910-1921. -- Consists of newspaper clippings about Senator Edwards (1910, 1921), and his will (1920).
M-7283-34William Muir and Jane Johnston (parents of H.M. Edwards). -- 1844. -- Consists of their marriage contract.
M-7283-69Edward James Gardiner (father of Claude Gardiner). -- 1849-1856. -- Consists of silhouette at age four (1849), letter to his father as child (ca. 1851-1955), and letter to his mother as a child (1856).
M-7283-71Edward James Gardiner (father of Claude Gardiner). -- 1894-1907. -- Consists of letters from Clarence Chipman regarding Claude's move to Canada (1894), letter to Claude (probably the last) while paralysed (1906), and death announcement (1907).
M-7283-68William James Gardiner (paternal grandfather of Claude Gardiner). -- 1833. -- Consists of a small sketch of him, drawn by Christopher Bavin.
M-7283-70 Hugh Worthington Statham (maternal grandfather of Claude Gardiner, father of Laura Gardiner). -- [ca. 1830s]-1886. -- Consists of silhouette "as a young man" (ca. 1830s), two letters from Caroline Russell (Laura's aunt) regarding Laura's stay in Brighton as a child (1850), and his will (1886).
M-8896-116Harriott Batten Statham (maternal grandmother of Claude Gardiner, mother of Laura Gardiner). -- [ca. 1846 or 1847]. -- Consists of a letter from Harriott to Jane and Edwyn [last name unknown], asking them to be godparents to her daughter [Laura].
M-7283-73Ellen Eliza Statham, known as "Nellie" (aunt of Claude Gardiner, step-sister of Laura). -- 1914, 1916. -- Consists of her will (1914) and diary (1916). The diary is actually a notebook of "extracts from old diaries", in which she has written the highlights of every year from 1859 to 1916. Includes mentions of Laura and Barbara Gardiner, and Hugh Worthington Statham.
M-8896-117Westbrook family (cousins of Claude Gardiner). -- 1858, 1935-1943 and nd. -- Consists of a poem written in honour of Fay Westbrook (1858); a page on which various members of the Gardiner and Westbrook families wrote lines of Shakespeare, followed by their signatures (nd); Christmas card from Archie Westbrook (nd); letter from Arthur Westbrook including photographs of the family (1935); bookmark commemorating the ordination of Benedict F. Westbrook (1938); and Arthur's obituary (1943).
M-7283-2Newspaper clippings. -- 1885-1916 and nd. -- Consists of articles regarding John S. Cameron, Miss Edwards, Deacon William Muir, Mrs. J.M.C. Muir, and Lt. Col. Edwards. Includes article about the Baptist Church in Clarence, Ontario.
M-7283-67Miscellany. -- 1795, 1830. -- Consists of Robert Hill's certificate of freedom (1795), and a letter from Sir Walter Scott to bookseller Charles Till (1830). [It is unclear how either of these men relate to the Edwards or Gardiner families.]
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Series 13

Photographs and artworks. -- 1839-1977. -- 781 photographs. -- 4 miniature paintings. -- 1 sketch. -- The series consists of photograph albums kept by Henrietta Muir Edwards, Alice Gardiner, Claudia Gardiner, and Claude Gardiner; extensive loose photographs of family members and their activities; and photographs taken or collected by the family which relate to ranching, First Nations, Calgary, various personalities, and northern Canada.

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  Photographs - Albums
PD-331-1Henrietta Muir Edward's photograph album. - - [1860s-1880s]. -- 7 photographs. -- 1 miniature painting. -- Consists of an album illuminated around many of the photographs with handpainted flowers and vines. Includes photographs of Jane Muir (mother), Muir and Alice (grandchildren), O.C. Edwards (husband), and herself with Amelia (sister) and friends as young women. Also includes a miniature painting of Ebenezar Muir (grandfather). The illuminations and miniature painting were probably done by H.M. Edwards.
PD-331-2Alice Gardiner's photograph album. -- 1931- 1936. -- 299 photographs. -- Consists of an album of labelled photographs of family, friends and travel. Includes the last photograph taken of her mother, Henrietta Muir Edwards (1931); Claudia Gardiner (daughter) as a nurse at the Jubilee Hospital in Victoria (1931); Oliver Ernest Gardiner (brother) doing stunts on a beach and racing motorcycles (1931, 1935); Barbara Gardiner (sister-in-law) and Laura Gardiner (mother-in-law) at Bournemouth (1931); Amelia Muir (aunt) at Fort Macleod (1932); ruin of "Edwards Castle" in Clarence, Ontario (1932); trip to Great Britain (1935); and Claudia and Cliff's daughters, Mary Elizabeth and Peggy, as babies (1934-1936).
PD-331-3Claudia Gardiner's photograph album. -- 1916-1925. -- 98 photographs. -- Consists of views of Claudia and her brother, Oliver Ernest, as children on the family ranch; her mother, Alice; her birthday (1917); and her friends, activities, and the dormitory at Bishop Bethune College, Oshawa, Ontario (1925).
PD-225Claude Gardiner's Wineglass Ranch photograph album. -- [ca. 1896-1908]. -- 31 photographs. -- Consists of views of the ranch, ranch activities, livestock, Alice and Claude, Bloods on the reserve, and various people wearing costumes.
  Photographs - Family members
PA-3215-
(1-14)
O.C. Edwards. -- 1863-1912. -- 14 photographs. -- Consists of portraits, including one as a young man, various family groupings, and photographs of his visit to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
PA-3215-
(15-33)
Henrietta Muir Edwards. -- [ca. 1853- 1854]-1931. -- 19 photographs. -- Consists of a daguerreotype of "Hettie" as a small child, views of her as a young woman, various family group shots, and the last photograph taken of her.
PE-123Henrietta Muir Edwards. -- 1929. -- 1 photograph. -- Consists of panorama of the 36th annual convention of the National Council of Women, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. H.M. Edwards is tenth from the left in the front row.
PA-3215-
(34-78)
Alice Gardiner (nee Edwards). -- 1882-1948. -- 45 photographs. -- Consists of views of Alice as a child, portraits as a young woman, her wedding to Claude Gardiner, as a young mother with her children, in various family group shots, and on a trip to England.
NOTEMuir Edwards. -- For photographs of Muir Edwards, see PA-3215-32 in the H.M. Edwards file, and PA-3215-(34 and 35) in the Alice Gardiner file.
PA-3215-
(79-88)
Margaret Stewart (nee Edwards) and Graeme Stewart. -- [ca. 1900]-1927. -- 10 photographs. -- Consists of views of Margaret as a child and young woman, and at her wedding. Also consists of views of her son, Graeme Stewart, as a baby and young man.
PA-3215-
(89-98
Amelia Muir. -- [ca. 1869]-1938. -- 10 photographs. -- Consists of portraits (including an ambrotype) of "Millie" as a young woman and adult, on her 89th birthday, and of her headstone.
PA-3215-
(99-125)
Claude Gardiner. -- [ca. 1880s]-1939. -- 27 photographs. -- Consists of a views of Claude as an adolescent (ambrotype), on the Wineglass Ranch, coyote hunting, in various family group shots, in his First World War uniform, on a trip to Europe, and in his Victoria home.
PA-3215-
(126-132)
Laura Gardiner. -- 1871-1909. -- 7 photographs. -- Consists of views of Laura as a young mother, at Olsen Cree, and in her home in Fort Macleod. Includes several very fragile pages of a photo album of the Gardiner family, including Laura and Barbara, in England.
PA-3215-
(133-144)
Barbara Gardiner. -- 1897-1953. -- 12 photographs. -- Consists of views of Barbara as a child and young woman, in various family groupings including a picnic, wearing her Red Cross uniform, and by a Trans-Canada airlines plane.
PA-3215-
(145-191)
Claudia Whipple (nee Gardiner). -- 1908-1964, 1977. -- 47 photographs. -- Consists of a views of Claudia as a baby and child, on her confirmation, of Bishop Bethune College, on trip to England, by the truck in which she and Claude "courted", on her honeymoon, with her husband and children, and at the unveiling of the Henrietta Muir Edwards plaque in Fort Macleod. Includes views of her husband's gravestone.
PA-3215-
(192-201)
"Gard" Gardiner (Oliver Ernest Gardiner). -- 1910-1935. -- 10 photographs. -- Consists of views of him as a baby and child, with his sister Claudia, in Oshawa, and on a motorcycle. For views of Gard with his daughter, see PA- 3215-(227 and 228) in the Relatives - Gardiner file.
PA-3215-
(202-209)
Relatives - Edwards family. -- [1870s]-1892. -- 8 photographs. -- Consists of views of the Edwards family of Clarence, Ontario, including O.C. Edward's parents, Annie and William Edwards, with their ten children, and a family reunion in front of "Edwards Castle".
PA-3215-
(210-219)
Relatives - Muir family. -- [ca. 1860s-1900]. -- 10 photographs. - Consists of portraits of the Muir family of Montreal, Quebec, including H.M. Edward's parents, William and Jane Muir, and her siblings, Eva and Ernie. Two of the photographs are ambrotypes.
PA-3215-
(220-230)
Relatives - Gardiner family. -- 1839- 1895, 1975. -- 20 photographs. -- 1 sketch. -- Consists of a sketch of "Great-great Grandma Gardiner; photographs of Claude Gardiner's father E.J. Gardiner in England; and Claude's aunt, Ellen Statham. Also includes 1975 views of Tina Gardiner with her father, Gard Gardiner, and aunt, Mary Elizabeth Whipple.
PA-3215-
(231-245)
Relatives - Unidentified. -- [ca. 1860s-1880s]. -- 11 photographs. -- 4 paintings. -- Consists of views of unidentified relatives and /or friends of the Edwards, Muir and Gardiner families. Included are miniature paintings, ambrotypes, tintypes, a carte de visite, and a daguerreotype case.
  Photographs - Ranching, First Nations, Calgary, personalities, and northern views, etc.
PA-2826-
(1-16)
Wineglass Ranch. -- [ca. 1896]-1912. -- 16 photographs. -- Consists of views of the house and ranch buildings, chickens, branding, and stacking hay.
PA-2826-
(17-47)
First Nations, especially Bloods. -- 1884-1949. -- 31 photographs. -- Consists of views of various First Nations people, including, Crowfoot, Red Crow, Piapot, Pasquaw, White Buffalo Chief, Running Wolf, One Spot, Old Woman and Dave Mills. Includes views of a "Tea Dance" in Calgary, and Bull Head's story robe.
PB-689-
(2-3)
First Nations - Blood travelling with travois, south of Fort Macleod. -- [late 1890s]. -- 2 photographs
PA-2826-
(48-56)
Calgary, Alberta. -- [ca. 1880s]-1912. - - 9 photographs. -- Consists of views of the city as a whole, and the first Calgary Stampede parade.
PA-2826-
(57-63)
Personalities. -- [ca. 1870s]-1939. -- 7 photographs. -- Consists of views of George McDougall, Father Lacombe, Father St. Germain, William Osler, and the 1939 royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
PB-689-1Personalities - Edgar Dewdney, Lieutenant- Governor of the North-West Territories. -- [1881-1888]. -- 1 photograph
PA-2826-
(64-87)
Northern views. -- 1899-1911. -- 24 photographs. -- Consists of views of the Peace River country, Shaftesbury Mission, and the Yukon gold rush.
PA-2826-
(88-92)
Miscellaneous. -- [ca. 1880s-1890s]. -- 5 photographs. -- Consists of views of a cattle round-up, Edmonton, Fort Macleod, and Regina.
NOTENA 677, NA 2607 and NA 4035 consist of copies of original photographs described above.
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