File contains a one-page budget for the St. Albert Division of the Girl Guides of Canada for the 1971-1972 year; Division Council committee meeting minutes, 1972-1980; Commissioner's meeting minutes, 1974-1978; Camp committee meeting minutes, 1975-1977; and Annual reports. 1973-1978.
File consists of a book compiled by Pauline Vaugeois and first published in 1975 of the St. Martin Calage family genealogy, which was Pauline Vaugeois' mother's family. The book includes genealogy charts, reproductions of newspaper clippings and photographs. File also includes negatives of photographs included in the book arranged in proof sheets for printing, as well as aluminum lithographic sheets for some images printed in the book.
Fonds consists of Girl Guides and family and personal from Pauline Vaugeois. Girl Guide records include photographs and scrapbooks, training and event notes and manuals, correspondence, programs and invitations, annual reports, contact lists, meeting minutes, and newsletters. Personal and family records include cards, photographs and scrapbooks, membership cards, correspondence, local committees notes and events, certificates, event programs and invitations, and a stamp collection.
Series consists of records pertaining to Pauline Vaugeois' family including her father, Maurice Vaugeois, her mother, Bernadette Vaugeois nee St. Martin, her aunts, Alma, Laura, and Maria Vaugeois, and her brother, Don Vaugeois.
File consists of personal records of Pauline Vaugeois including records from her involvement with various community organizations such as St. Albert Catholic Parish, Catholic Women's League, St. Albert Arts and Crafts guild, genealogy and heritage societies.
Series consists of records pertaining to the Girl Guides in St. Albert created or collected by Pauline Vaugeois in her time volunteering with the Girl Guides. Records include minutes and meeting notes, financial documents, newsletters, training manuals and notes, directories, event programs and invitations, and correspondence.
File consists of records pertaining to the history of the Jesuit College in Edmonton. The college was also known was St. Francis Xavier College; it was later take over by the Canadian government and converted into Camsell Hospital. Records includ the manuscript for the second edition of a book titled "Le college des Jesuites d'Edmonton, 1913-1942" by Fr. Roland Berube; two information booklets on the College titled "L'Oeuvre du College des Jesuites d'Edmonton" 1940 and "Le College des Jesuites, Edmonton, Classes de Philosophie de 1939-40." There are also various collected research materials include copies of newspaper articles and books excerpts, school photographs, student lists, and correspondence.
Series consists of records created by Roland Berube, mainly pertaining to his historical research. Records include Lambert family genealogy research, cooperative farming records, prison chaplaincy scrapbook, and research on Edmonton Jesuit College (later Charles Camsell Hospital).
File consists of Fr. Roland Berube's research on the Lambert family genealogy. Records include a draft of a genealogy book titled "Cyrille Lambert and his family" by Fr. Berube, as well as research material of maps and photocopies of records pertaining to the Lambert family.