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Red Deer Industrial School (1893-1919) residential school related records in our collection. If you are part of the community represented here and have concerns about the access to or ownership of these records, please reach out to us at archives@reddeer.ca or 403-309-8403. We would like to collaborate with the community for appropriate education and awareness.

An expansive collection of photographs and archival records created by the Red Deer Advocate

Consists of photographs taken by Sylvia Hayhoe as a long-time member of various local, provincial and national photography clubs as well in her capacity as an official Red Deer Fair photographer.

Photographs and records of the Trimble Family, Trimble Signs business, and the Trimble Creamery.

Photographs and records of the Cottingham family, and their extensive travels.

Photographs by Eric Bundy as a professional photographer and a volunteer for the Red Deer Museum and Red Deer and District Archives

Photographs by J.H. Gano and J.H. Gano & Son including school portraits, Red Deer area and Wainwright area.

Archival photographs belonging exclusively within MG 531 Red Deer Advocate Library (Morgue) photograph fonds

Fonds consists of photographs and a recording of a Metis Country / Western / Blues musician Buck Wells throughout his music career.

Fonds consisted of physical and digital records created by Curtis Labelle during his career as a musician and performer in Red Deer and central Alberta.

Council Agendas

RG 32 Collicutt Centre unit fonds

Digitized videos and other records from RDTV / CHCA television

Records created and collected by Alban Elfred James both personal and from his time of employment at the Provincial Training School (1923-1964) Alberta School Hospital (1965-1976) / Michener Centre (1977 to present) and Deerhome

A curated collection of records in memoriam of Michael Dawe

Photographs of the Provincial Training School grounds, students, staff and residents.

Kiwanis Club of Red Deer

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The City of Red Deer acknowledges the Indigenous traditional territories represented by Treaty 6 and Treaty 7 as the land the Archives is situated on. This land is also a historic Métis gathering site.