File predominately consists of photographs of Arnold Skitsko in cowboy outfit, holding onto a gun at a poker table. There is also one photograph of him in a fur coat and hat, holding a shotgun. Arnold Skitsko was a friend of Victor Post and owner of Copperfield Plastic Fabricators Ltd. in Edmonton.
This photograph depicts the St. Albert Citizen's Committee car in the St. Albert Anti-annexation parade held in March or April 1981. This Committee was formed by Richard Plain (President- Chairman), John Welsh (Vice President), Diane Prector (Secretary), Norbert Van Wyk (Treasurer), Lorraine Shelemy (Coordinator), Louise and Walter Zuk, members. The aim of the Committee was to prevent St. Albert's annexation by Edmonton.
This file consists of a framed cartoon signed by Yardley-Jones, Edmonton Sun. The cartoon depicts Santa Claus with a line-up of children and Edmonton's mayor, Cecil "Cec" Purves, at the end of the line. The caption reads "If that kid on the end asks for Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Strathcona County or New Sarepta, give him a kick in his big, fat Medal of Office."
Image of the old City Hall Building and Sign. This city hall was built during the city's centennial year in 1961 and served in this capacity until the new city building, St. Albert Place, was opened in 1983.