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Alberta - Pacific Forest Industries Inc. fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2059
  • Fonds
  • 1989-1998

The fonds consists of a 1989 brochure of the proposed plant with a "process flow pictorial"; a 1990 Alberta Forestry, Lands and Wildlife brochure of programs and initiatives; AL-PAC pamphlets about the plant, the process and employment opportunites; AL-PAC Environmental Impact Assessment Review Board public hearing procedures and documents; curriculum vitae for 18 expert witnesses and advisors for the review board; and 1997, 1998 AL-PAC Research Inventory with maps and Annual Operating Plan. A videocassette was filmed in Oct. 1989 when Dr.Robert Dykes of Prince George, B.C. spoke on the health issues connected to pulp mills. The 1993 videocassette is AL-PAC Progress Report #3.

Alberta - Pacific Forest Industries Inc. AL-PAC

Alberta Oil Sands Corridor Study fonds

  • CA ATH ath-1946
  • Fonds
  • 1974

The fonds consists of Part 2 of a 2 part study, namely: Corridor Development Plan. Part 1 explains the "Corridor Concept".

Alberta Oil Sands Corridor Study

Anton Joseph Schinkinger fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2099
  • Fonds
  • 1943-1992

The fonds consists of photographs of: Athabasca & District Board of Trade sign near Westlock (1948), Nick Evasiuk, pier on Tawatinaw Creek (1950s), Bob, Colin and Vince Preece; Anton (Tony) and Kurt Schinkinger, the first store and its replacement store built in 1975, Valentine (Val) Breckenridge, Riverside Recreation Area sign, 1971 parade photo and the Steve Berezan family. Tony wrote an article entitled "Reflections of the old swimming hole" and an article about his time in the navy. The artifacts are a postal scale, two photographs framed with an article from the Athabasca Echo newspaper of Aug.25, 1982 regarding the family business, and a plaque commemorating the closing of Schinkinger's Mens Wear in Feb. 1992.

Schinkinger, Anton Joseph

Arthur H. Thomson fonds

  • CA ATH ath-2149
  • Fonds
  • 1966, 1982

The fonds consists of Vol.2, No.1, March 1966: Alberta Folklore and Local History Collection; A Project Study of Athabasca and District for a Planned Heavy Water Plant, 1966; Grade 3-6 teaching guides for Our Place in the Province; and library book #176 which is a 1970 U of A MA thesis: The Process of Rural Settlement in the Athabasca Area, Alberta by Donald Norman George Stone.

Thomson, Arthur H.

Athabasca Archives Athabasca Pottery Discovery Day collection

  • CA ATH ath-2148
  • Collection
  • 2009

The fonds consists of newspaper articles, magazine articles, e-mails between Conrad Biernacki and Marilyn Mol, financial information, a press release, bookmarks, the event program which contains historic information, and thank-you letters. The magazine articles, written by Conrad Biernacki, are in the May/June and July/August 2009 editions of Discovering Antiques edited by Jan Mather. The posters were designed by Jen Luckay, an employee of Athabasca University. The artifacts include bricks and brick pieces and a shard from a turned pot from Claude Thillett's Brickyards (1912-c1919). The potter was probably Ewald Walden.

Athabasca Archives Pottery Discovery Day collection

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