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1988 Winter Olympic Games

Subseries consists of photographs of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games held in Calgary, Alberta from February 13 - 28, 1988. Subseries is arranged according to the events that Victor Post labelled on his materials.

Administration commitee subseries

This subseries consists an organizational chart, correspondence, biographies of the members of the Board of Directors, final reports, and meeting minutes. The subseries is arranged into four files: General, Final reports, Executive committee minutes, and Board of Directors minutes.

Annexation subseries

This subseries consists of applications, reports and studies, and presentations pertaining to St. Albert's application to annex adjacent land. There are primarily two annexation applications in this subseries, one in 1972 and one in 1977.

Celebrate 125

Series consists of records pertaining to the Celebrate 125 event in St. Albert to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the foundation of St. Albert. Records include Celebrate 125 Organizing Committee minutes and correspondence, event planning records, calendar of events, report, and newspaper clippings. Margaret Plain was the chair of the Committee.

Jack Williams papers

The files in the subseries consist of the personal records of Jack Leland Riudavets Williams, the only son of Leland Stanford Williams and Marion Peacock Williams. Examples include photographs, travel journals, film reels, letters, etc. The Riudavets names has also been spelled Redavats in many papers in this subseries.

Williams, Jack

Leland Williams papers

The files in this subseries consist of the personal records of Leland Stanford Williams.

In 1892, Leland Stanford Williams was born to William E. Williams and Clara Redavats. He had one sibling - an older brother named Charles. During his younger years, he aspired to attend university to become a veterinarian, however, due to financial and other restrictions, he was unable to do so. As a young man, he met Henry Weiller of Weiller & Weiller Ltd. in St. Paul, Minnesota, who took an interest in him as a business partner. Weiller & Williams Co. Ltd. was founded on December 11, 1925, where Lee remained as co-founder and manager until Henry Weiller's death. From then on, he remained as founder and president of the board of directors until his own death. He married Marion Letitia Williams and had an only son, Jack Leland Redavats Williams, who later inherited his estate.

The file consists of photographs, newspaper articles, letters, etc.

Williams, Leland

Marion Williams papers

The files in the subseries consist of the personal records of Marion Letitia Williams nee Peacock, who was married to Leland Stanford Williams. Examples include photographs, newspaper articles, letters, etc.

Williams, Marion

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