Social assistance



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Social assistance

  • UF Public welfare
  • UF Welfare
  • UF Relief (Aid)

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Administration Files : Hot Drinks in Schools

Item pertains to the supplying of hot drinks in schools. Included are cost estimates for gas ranges and utensils and a report on the sale of hot drinks at the Edmonton Technical High School for January 1933. Item also includes a requisition form from the Queen's Avenue Sight Saving Class for cocoa supplies.

Administration Files : Concerts

Item pertains to student concerts held at McDougall church. The proceeds of the concerts went toward the Department of Music, the Department of Physical Training and the Children's Fund to Deal with Emergencies (Relief Fund). Included are minutes from organizational meetings, receipts, breakdown of ticket sales, programs and financial statements. The file also contains a list of the recipients of the School Chorus Awards from the Alberta Provincial Museum Festival, 1947.

Administration Files : Relief Fund

Item pertains to the distribution of the school fund for necessitous children (Relief Fund) by principals. Lists of amounts disbursed through the schools and receipts for clothing and dental work included. Funds were raised through concerts and contributions. Included is correspondence from Nelles Buchanan offering a donation and a letter from the Special Relief Department regarding the Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme.

Graduating Class 1960

Item consists of letters from students in Hamburg, Germany to students in Edmonton. Each letter, written in German, is accompanied by an English translation. The letters express appreciation for an album created by the King Edward School students and sent to Germany as part of a Red Cross program. Postcards and one photograph of Hamburg are attached. Also included is a letter from the Red Cross.

King Edward School [1914]