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St. Mary's Mission (Andreafski, Alaska) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1974-1982, 1988-1991

The collection consists of b&w photographs, coloured photographs, and about 14 pages of coloured transparencies, which depict local scenery, students, graduations, proms, travel, and various other activities. Some of the 1964 collection is attributed to Kenneth Stone, who photographed missions along the Yukon River that summer. The Agnes Marie, S.S.A. (Hanks) collection (St. Marys) consists mostly of transparencies.

St. Joseph's Mission (Akulurak, Alaska) and St. Mary's Mission (Andreafski, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1894-1898, 1974-1982, 1988-1991

The fonds consists of (Akulurak) script chronicles (1894-1898), historical reviews in French and English; (St. Mary's, Andreafski) correspondence, yearbooks, Yup'ik translations, script journals of village ministries, guest book, reference and subject files.

St. Joseph's Mission (Akulurak, Alaska)

St. Ann's School (Juneau, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1886-1968

The fonds consists of specific items, but the history and operational story of the school is intermingled with the development of St. Ann's Hospital and is found in local house documents : house chronicles, local accounts, visitations, and council books. Also includes Pupils Registers (1886-1960 incomplete), Boarders Accounts (1901-1911).

St. Ann's School (Juneau, Alaska)

St. Ann's School (Juneau, Alaska) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1886-1968

The collection is composed mainly of b&w photographs of the building, some of the Sisters and other staff, student groups, and various activities. Photographs show the school housed in part of old St. Anns Hospital.

St. Ann's School (Douglas, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1895-1920

The fonds consists of records of St. Ann's School, Douglas, which appear in the records of St. Ann's Hospital, Juneau, Alaska, the primary house of the Congregation in that area. Teachers at St. Ann's School are also mentioned in local records kept by St. Ann's Hospital, Douglas, as the Sisters shared the same convent quarters.

St. Ann's School (Douglas, Alaska)

St. Ann's Hospital (Juneau, Alaska) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1886-1968

The collection is mainly composed of b&w photographs of the area, building, staff, and other personnel. Images record the physical growth of the hospital (exterior and interior), various departments, staff members and activities, such as Hospital Day gatherings and Auxiliary fund-raising teas.

St. Ann's Hospital (Juneau, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1886-1968

The fonds consists of historical summaries, house chronicles, local house council books, visitations, and accounts; ledgers for receipts and expenses, registers, records of liabilities and assets, comptes-rendus, guest books, accounts with employees of the A.J. Mine, 1898, A.J. Mine agreement, Hospital Day Guest Book (1924-1940), reference, and subject files.

St. Ann's Hospital (Juneau, Alaska)

St. Ann's Hospital (Douglas, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1895-1920

The fonds consists of historical information (French and English), general information, local council minutes, local house visitations, accounts, comptes-rendus, register of receipts and expenses Treadwell Mining agreement 1898.

St. Ann's Hospital (Douglas, Alaska)

Skagway Sanatorium fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1945-1947

The fonds consists of house chronicles, local council minutes, and some few references in the Pius X Mission (Skagway, Alaska) records.

Skagway Sanatorium

Skagway Sanatorium photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1945-1947

The collection helps document the state of the buildings and the efforts to make them comfortable for patients. The b&w photographs portray the Skagway area and buildings, personnel, and Sitka. Some coloured transparencies record Sitka scenery.

Provincial Treasurer sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of seven series including accounting, administration, personnel management, property management, estates and legacies, a more recent main subject series, which incoporates all functions, as well as a miscellaneous registers and general miscellaneous series. These series consist of correspondence, registers, journals, and ledgers, maps, plans, and drawings, minutes, reports, and photographs. Material dating from prior to the 1960s and early 1970s and stored in the vault was arranged loosely by major function and then by subject or theme. The material transferred from the Treasurer's office most recently was arranged by subject in one main series consisting of many sub-series. Sous-fonds includes blueprints and plans for properties including Little Flower Academy (Vancouver), Lourdes Hospital (Campbell River), Mount St. Angela (Victoria), Mount St. Francis Hospital (Nelson), Queenswood House of Studies (Victoria), St. Ann's Academy (Kamloops), St. Ann's Academy (New Westminster), St. Ann's Academy (Victoria), St. Ann's Convent (Duncan), St. Ann's Convent (Nanaimo), St. Ann's Residence (Victoria), St. Joseph's Hospital (Victoria), St. Joseph's Villa (Victoria), St. Martin's Hospital (Oliver), and Sacred Heart Hospital (Prince George).

Sisters of St. Ann. St. Joseph's Province. Provincial Treasurer

Mistress of Novices sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of six series comprising novitiate registers, registers of profession, ceremonials, reports of the official visitation of St. Ann's Novitiate, a series of photographs, and miscellaneous materials. The Mistress of Novices' activities centred on the two year preparation of prospective sisters to take their temporary vows. During this time of novitiate, the novices learned prayers, rules, scriptures, the meaning of the vows, and other aspects of their vocation.

Sisters of St. Ann. St. Joseph's Province. Mistress of Novices

Provincial Superior sous-fonds

The sous-fonds consists of 13 series of records generated by the activities of the Provincial Superior, including: Correspondence, Chronicles, Circulars, St. Ann's Journal, Formation committee, Proces Verbaux des visites officielles, Report of the official visitations of St. Joseph's Province, Semiannual reports, Provincial Council, Provincial Chapter, Transfers, Albums, and Miscellaneous. In particular, these records arise from her responsibility of convening the Provincial Council, reviewing the work of the sisters, maintaining daily correspondence, addressing the needs of individual sisters, convening the Provincial Chapter, visiting the local houses of the province and reporting to the General Superior.

Sisters of St. Ann. St. Joseph's Province. Provincial Superior

Sisters of St. Ann (Fairbanks, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1906-1907, 1969-1983

The fonds consists of a 1906-1907 historical account, house chronicles 1969-1971, 1980-1982, newspaper articles, reference and subject files.

Sisters of St. Ann (Fairbanks, Alaska)

Sisters of St. Ann, St. Joseph's Province, Provincial Administration fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1858-1995

The fonds consists of seven sous-fonds of textual records, some photographs, and an album of the Provincial Administration of St. Joseph's Province. These sous-fonds belong to: the Provincial Superior, Provincial Bursar, Provincial Prefect of Studies, Prefect of Music, Mistress of Novices, Directress of Juniorate, and Provincial Archivist. All these officers maintained their own offices and records at St. Ann's Academy (Victoria) until its closure in 1973. Today, only the Provincial Superior, Provincial Bursar, and Provincial Archivist maintain active file systems. Recording activities, transactions, and persons has always been a policy with the Sisters of St. Ann and these are to be found in ledgers, registers, and forms throughout the fonds, particularly in the context of schools. There are files of correspondence relating to certain subjects or activities, reports and copies of reports made to counterparts in the General Administration and vice versa, minutes of meetings, chronicles (house journals), journals of official visitations, school records, records of sisters' studies, and a great deal of miscellaneous reference, "orphaned", or ephemeral material. The records span the years 1858 to 1995 with the bulk of it being generated between 1900 and 1990. The dates prior to the Province's formation in 1892 can be explained by predecessor bodies, most notably the Vicariate which performed a number of the Province's current functions and whose records were absorbed by the Provincial Administration.

Sisters of St. Ann. St. Joseph's Province. Administration Centre

Sisters of St. Ann (Anchorage, Alaska) photograph collection

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1996

The collection records the urban and rural ministries of the Sisters. Fr. R.K. Smith, O.S.A., took many b&w photographs in the Bristol Bay area. Other graphics are of Glennallen, Valdez, Cordova, Talkeetna, Trappers Creek, Palmer, Wasilla, the Kenai Peninsula. About 8 cm of pages of transparencies add to the collection.

Sisters of St. Ann (Anchorage, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1996

The fonds includes house chronicles (some in summary form), correspondence, pastoral work at the Alaska Native Medical Center. Rural Ministry reports, guest books, newspaper articles, write-ups and memorabilia about the centennial of the Sisters of St. Ann in Alaska (1886-1986), reference, and subject files.

Sisters of St. Ann (Anchorage, Alaska)

Pius X Mission (Skagway, Alaska) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1959

The fonds consists of historical write-ups, house chronicles, local house accounts, visitation, minutes; some informal and incomplete information re students.

Pius X Mission (Skagway, Alaska)

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