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Building Education – Public schools in Edmonton: 1881-1918
This bibliography is designed to situate the records used in the Building Education virtual exhibit in their larger context. It shows where these disparate records come from by grouping them by creator rather than by subject.
Wherever possible, links to catalogue entries in the City Archives’ online catalogue have been included. There is also further catalogue information in the reference rooms at the City of Edmonton Archives and the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum.
For an explanation of terms and acronyms, see our
Virtual Exhibit Glossary. Bibliography
Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum
Children in sandbox at King Edward School, ca. 1915
George Turner’s paper on the design of grade schools, presented to the Alberta Association of Architects, January 1914
P86.15.41, Book 1
March 1885 minutes from the first official meeting the Edmonton Public School Board
Happy 75th Anniversary McCauley 1912-87, 1987
City of Edmonton Archives
MS Fonds (Private Records)
RG Fonds (City of Edmonton Records)
Looking Back: A Century of Education in Edmonton Public Schools, Edmonton, Alberta: Edmonton Public School Board, 1982.
King Edward Elementary and Jr. High School, 66 Years of Youth Education, 1967.
Duncan R. Innes,
Strathcona High School 1907-1967, in retrospect, 1967.
Strathcona High Schools 75 Years 1907-1982, Edmonton: Strathcona Triunion Association, 1982.
371.8 PAR 1982
Parkdale History Committee,
Parkdale School 70th Anniversary, 1912-1982, 1982.
Rutherford School Booklet Committee,
Rutherford School 1910-1967 Centennial Open House, 1967.
Ray Thompson, 1906-1967,
The ‘Queen’s’ Story (being a brief account of some of the happenings at Queen Alexandra School), 1967.
917.1233 EDM 1914
Edmonton: Alberta’s Capital City, Edmonton, Alberta: The Esdale Press Limited and McDermid Engraving Co. Limited, 1914.
Linda Goyette and Carolina Jakeway Roemmich,
Edmonton In Our Own Words, Edmonton, Alberta: Edmonton Public Library Board, 2004.
Dorothy May King, “Childhood Memories of Edmonton, Alberta 1902-1911”
Men and Makers of Edmonton, n.d.