Series - McFadden Family Collection

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McFadden Family Collection

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    • 2008 - 2023 (Donor)
      Donor
      McFadden, Bruce
      Place
      Edmonton (Alta.)

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    Scope and content

    Records and ephemera related to the lives and enterprises of multiple generations of the McFadden family. These materials have been produced, collected, and kept by members of the McFadden family over a period of more than 100 years.

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    Donated to the University of Alberta Libraries between 2008-2023 by Bruce McFadden, a member of the McFadden family.

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        The collection is housed in Bruce Peel Special Collections, located in the Rutherford South building on the University of Alberta north campus in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of the University of Alberta Libraries.

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        The Prairie Ephemera Collection is available to students, staff, and the general public for use within the library’s supervised reading room upon presentation of valid photo identification (e.g., ONEcard, driver’s license, passport, or citizenship card with photo).

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        BPSC Backlog Project

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