Operational files primarily GSA Council Sessions
Graduate Student's Association
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Operational files primarily GSA Council Sessions
Graduate Student's Association
The records consist primarily of administrative files and production files from 1983 to 1997 with gaps from the 1981/82 to 1986/87 seasons. There is also a residue of material from Theatre 3 dating from 1978. The bulk of the records are textual, the fonds also contains production photographs, posters, promotional materials, set designs and audio/visual materials.
The records are organized into thirteen series: administrative files, production files, promotional files, reviews and articles, subscriptions, technical resources, contracts, photographs, posters, design sketches, publicity, oversize, and audio/visual materials. Each file is given a descriptive title with a box number, file number and date listed. Usually the date given for the items, such as scripts, corresponds to the year in which the play was produced by the Phoenix Theatre. The date of the unproduced script corresponds to the year in which the playwright or artist proposed the play to the Phoenix Artistic Director. In some cases when no date appears on the proposal, the copyright date of the play is used. The administration files are organized in alphabetical order and then chronologically within the title area. Production records are organized chronologically by production. Main stage productions are listed first followed by the Second Stage, Phoenix Downtown records.
University Imaging Center
Human Resource Services
Housing and Food Services
Law Students' Association
Medical Undergraduate Students Association
The Provincial Fitness Unit of Alberta
Chinese Students' Association
Alberta Medical Association
Fonds consists of materials related to CKUA radio.
The University of Alberta Mixed Chorus fonds housed in the University Archives span a period of more than forty years, and provide a valuable record of a long-standing University organization (approaching its 60th anniversary of operation). The Mixed Chorus was, and remains, an active contributor to University society, as well as the broader surrounding community because of its annual province-wide concerts and related public appearances. The Chorus is significant to the history of the development of choral music in Alberta, and its individual members and directors contributors in their own right to the province's musical growth.
The records have been arranged and described in two broad series and several sub-headings, with a basic chronological order maintained within each series. The textual files provide information about the early years of the Chorus' existence, particularly the years from 1946 to about 1971. Files maintained by the executive and directors (Richard Eaton and James Whittle) are significant for the information they provide about the Chorus' yearly operations and activities. Information in the files after the Whittle years is sketchier, and more incidental in nature. The textual files include correspondence, clippings, some meeting minutes, membership lists, the organization's constitution, and evidence of the planning and fundraising required to orchestrate the annual UAMC Spring Tour.
Series 1 consists of the Executive/Director files with sub-series providing information about membership; social activities, commemorative/historical records, and publicity and promotion files. Correspondence to and from members of the executive was filed together (in the form of scrapbooks in the 1940's), with correspondence maintained by the Chorus director. Where possible, the original order of the files was maintained, while the series and sub-series titles were assigned by the archivist to reflect the record function.
Series 2 is the Performance-related records, comprised of printed programs, sound recordings, and photographs. As noted earlier, the sound recordings form the largest component of the Mixed Chorus fonds. They include both taped recordings (cassette and reel-to-reel) as well as disc recordings. The photographs, numbering over 1200 in quantity, include prints, negatives, and a few transparencies and contact sheets. While the photographs do vary in quality, they provide important documentation of Mixed Chorus performances, social activities, and tours. There are excellent images of the Chorus's 40th anniversary activities taken by Hal Kinsey, as well as the annual formal photographs of the Mixed Chorus. Various alumni have sent copies of their personal photographs to the Mixed Chorus executive, adding to the views of the annual Spring tours, and various Chorus social events.
The records do not extend beyond the 1980's, but future accessions from the University of Alberta Mixed Chorus are anticipated. The Mixed Chorus records provide a profile of an aspect of the non-academic life of the University of Alberta student community, as well as make a valuable contribution to musical/performing arts history documentation for both the University of Alberta, and the Province of Alberta.
Fonds consists of materials created by the Evergreen and Gold Foundation at the University of Alberta.
Evergreen and Gold Foundation
Photographs of student groups
Department of Slavic Languages
Investment and Real Estate Office
Aerial photograph of campus by Bowman
Dean of Men and Foreign Student Advisor
Office of the Vice-President (Student and Academic Services)
Copies of Folio publications from 1990-2014. Most volumes contain complete issue series; however some are missing. Duplicate copies also contained in accession.
University of Alberta Calendar
Office of the Registrar
Notes, correspondence, and other documentation for the planning of the 25th, 30th, 35th, 40th, 45th, and 50th reunion of the Medical class of 1948. Also includes photographs of the various reunions.
Lipinski, John J.
Final exam questions for Botany 310.
Journal articles and planning and research reports for Alberta Education by Harry Wohlfarth on the effects of light and colour on childhood learning.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Geoffrey Lester.
Department of Adult, Career and Technology Education
Admintistrative, research, teaching and student records of University of Alberta professor of history William Sampson.
Research, publication and teaching notes of Professor Schalkwijk-Barendsen.
Schalkwijk-Barendsen, Helene M.E.
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
Banff Centre for Continuing Education
Legal Resources Centre
Division of Community Development
Canadian Theatre Archives Directory
Canadian Theatre Archives
Medical History, Source of – Guide
Medical History, Source of
Metis History – Sources relating to the Metis of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta 1910-1940
Performing Arts Publicists Association Fond
Performing Arts Publicists Association
A. A Guide to the Presidents’ Papers 1928-36 (Robert Charles Wallace)
B. Guide to the Presidents’ Papers 1936-41 (William Alexander Robb Kerr)
Correspondence, scrapbooks, sketches, reviews, clippings, reference materials and photographs.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Physicist and Meteorologist Dr. Edward Gowan.
Gowan, Edward Hunter
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Dr. Evan Greene and the Department of Anatomy.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Leslie Gue and his work as an educator.
Gue, Leslie R.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Economist, Dr. Eric Hanson.
Hanson, Eric J.
Accession consists of records pertaining to Ernest Keeping.
Keeping, Ernest Sydney
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Arthur Crocker Leighton.
Leighton, Arthur Crocker
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Karlis Lesins of the Department of Plant Science at the University of Alberta.
Lesins, Karlis A.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Travis Manning and the Department of Agricultural Economics (Rural Economy).
Manning, Travis W.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Plant Scientist Dr. Arthur McCalla of the Faculty of Agriculture.
McCalla, Arthur Gilbert
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Patricia McCormack and her work as an anthropologist.
McCormack, Patricia A.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to soil scientist Dr. John Newton.
Newton, John Dawson
Peel, Bruce Braden
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Linda Pott's work as a Drama teacher.
Potts, Linda Marilyn
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Faculty of Agriculture.
Wetherell, Stanely Raymond
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Ralph Faust and his work in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Alberta.
Shaner, Ralph Faust
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Edgar Wood.
Wood, Edgar Allardyce
Shaw, Robert McLeod
Fonds consists of records pertaining to French scholar Edouard Sonet.
Steed, Margaret E.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Max Wyman and his work as a mathematician and in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Alberta.
Transcripts of interviews with members of the Slavey Indian Band, 1976-1978. The interviewees talk about their childhood, trapping and hunting, camping, social life, etc. in the "old days". The interviewers are particularly interested in the ways in which the aboriginals used fire in the bush, setting fires around their house or camp to clear the land and facilitate trapping and migration on the prairies.
This multiple media fonds consists of personal and professional correspondence; research and reference materials (original, printed, and photocopied); field and other notebooks; published and hand-drawn maps; microforms; audio and video tapes of individuals and research topics; computer disks and diskettes; drawings and sketches; and photographic negatives and prints. Records include the Sandy Lake, Red Lake, and Round Lake research projects, and the Metis genealogical study. Some of the material is the creation of Mary's husband E.S. Rogers, and some is their joint research.
Freeman, Milton M. R.
Oral tape interviews and printed transcripts of interviews conducted by Diane Persson with individuals connected with the Blue Quills Indian Residential School. The interviews were conducted as part of her research for her Ph.D. thesis entitled: "Blue Quills: A Case Study of Indian Residential Schooling".
Persson, Diane L.
The fonds includes M.H. Long's published works and records, primarily photographs, relating to his activities as a member of the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board; five photographs depict the unveiling of the Crowfoot Memorial in Gleichen, Alberta.
Long, Morden Heaton
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Edward Lozowski including correspondence, data sets, photographs, published papers, drafts and other materials related to atmospheric and ice related climate and meteorological events.
Apparel Studies Association of Canada
Canada. Canadian army. Battalion, 196th. "C" Company.
Canada. Canadian Army. Canadian Officers' Training Corps. University of Alberta Contingent
Canadian Phytopathological Society. Alberta Regional Group
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Edmonton Academy of Medicine.
Edmonton Academy of Medicine
Edmonton Film Society
Education Society of Edmonton
Graduate Science Club
Guild for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Interdisciplinary Committee on Environmental Quality
Legal Studies Program
Fonds consists of records from the University Secretariat at the University of Alberta.
Editorial and institutional files created by the committee working on publishing a critical, bilingual edition of the collected writings of Louis Riel to mark the 100th anniversary of his death.
Universities of Alberta, Calgary, and Sherbrooke
St. Regis (Alberta) Ltd.
Austin, Patricia Louise
Aytenfisu, Kathy Maureen
Faculty of Arts
Fonds consists of records pertaining to John Bilsland, the Department of English at the University of Alberta, literature and theatre.
Bilsland, John Winstanley
Fonds consists of photographs pertaining to fisherman Eugene Burton.
Clandinin, Michael Thomas
Fonds consists of records pertaining to biochemist, Dr. James Collip and his work regarding insulin, medicine, physiology and biochemistry.
Collip, James Bertram
Department of Germanic Languages
Broadus, Edmund Kemper
Eaton, Richard S.
Smith, Douglas Elstow
Department of Household Economics
Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics