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Intrafraternity Council booklet "Fraternities at the U of A" (1963/64 or 1964/65) and photographs of residences and Rutherford House with Fraternity symbol
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Intrafraternity Council booklet "Fraternities at the U of A" (1963/64 or 1964/65) and photographs of residences and Rutherford House with Fraternity symbol
This archival collection is composed of textual and graphic materials related to the Hudson's Bay Company, the fur trade in Canada, and early European settlement in Canada. The collection includes correspondence between high-ranking employees at Hudson's Bay Company fur trade posts, personal correspondence between settlers or Hudson's Bay Company employees and their families, and Hudson's Bay Company reports, proclamations, contracts, and others records. The involvement of Indigenous peoples in the Canadian fur trade is also described throughout this collection. With a few exceptions, most items within the collection were created during the early- to mid-1800s.
This collection contains material related to the curricula, administration (including documents generated by departments of education and school boards), student life, and alumni activity of various educational organizations ranging from K-12 through post-secondary institutions.
The scholarly and creative output of students and faculty and not generally included here. Literary magazines – since they are often inextricably linked to student newspapers and yearbooks – stand as an exception. Some materials related to extra-curricular student societies and activities such as sports, drama, choirs, etc. will be described in other collections. Exceptions are made, however, for extra-curricular activities that do not possess an obvious home within other categories. For example, documents related to debating societies may be found here.
Categories of materials found here include:
• Student newspapers and other publications
• Handbooks and guides
• Alumni newsletters and reunion programmes
• Promotional pamphlets and brochures
• Programmes, dance cards, invitations etc. related to graduation ceremonies and other school-related social events
• Student directories and phonebooks
• Materials produced by and for home and school associations
The A.C. Rutherford fonds consists predominantly of incoming correspondence concerning his years as Premier of Alberta. The documents are typed and handwritten and are generally arranged in their original chronological order.
Rutherford, Alexander Cameron
The collection contains correspondence, field notes, and receipts that pertain to Robert Bell. This collection is organized into two series. The correspondence in Series 1 are arranged by name of correspondent. Most correspondence are incoming letters to Dr Bell sent to the Geological survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, from locations across Canada . The field notes in Series 2 are arranged chronologically.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Edmonton Academy of Medicine.
Edmonton Academy of Medicine
Faculty of Agriculture. First year class.
Photograph of Campus depicts field and test plots, North Campus, (Saskatchewan Drive) from roof of Arts Building or Assiniboia Hall)
The H.M. Tory fonds consists of 12 series. They are concerned predominantly with his work as President of the University of Alberta. As the first President of the University, many of the records document the creation of facilites and faculties. To this end there is legislative documentation; financial correspondence and adminstrative files; design records including corrpesondence with architects and engineers; faculty and staff records for Medicine, Agriculture, Education, Law, and Pharmacy; library and laboratory planning records; Convocation and registrations records, University communications and affiliation files; student relations records; documents relating to the First World War and Khaki University.
Tory, Henry Marshall
The Karl Clark fonds consists of professional and private records. The professional records document Clark's work in oil sands research and his teaching and administrative work at the University of Alberta. The format is predominantly texutual and includes letters, minutes, a patent and publications. There are also some photographs in this series. The private records document Clark's family life and consists of letters, diairies, a scrapbook and photos of family life.
The William Pearce Fonds consists of records documenting the three phases of his professional life: federal surveyor and administrator (1874-1884); federal advisor for western development policy (1884-1904); and western consultant for the Canadian Pacific Railway (post-1904). Most of the records in the Pearce fonds were created in the region that was the focus of his career: the territory fomerly known as Rupert's Land and the North-West Territory, later to become the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. A small portion of the records document Pearce's activites during his retirment
This collection contains various publications issued by art galleries, auction houses, and other institutions that exhibit and sell works of art. These materials have been divided into three categories: Annual reports and gallery journals, Advertising and promotional material, and Exhibition catalogues and guides. Also included here are materials related to exhibitions and other art-related matters issued by individual artists and institutions that are not generally involved in the display and sale of art. Such items are described in a fourth category, Unaffiliated artists and organisations.
This archival collection contains a variety of documents pertaining to the fur trade and other political events in Canada between the years 1676 and 1933. Specifically, it contains printed material regarding the formation of the colony of British Columbia and its incorporation into Canada, as well as manuscripts that describe agreements and treaties made between the governments of the United States and Britain. The archive includes a wide range of business documents, including promissory notes, warrants, and other legal documents relating to payments and goods. It also contains a selection of Voyageur Contracts and documents pertaining to the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company.
The fonds consists of two leather bound photo albums. The photos were taken during Cameron's research field trips into northern Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Cameron usually performed the trips for the Department of Mining Engineering with senior students. The first album, titled University of Alberta, 1915 -1938, was created for the Department of Mining Engineering. The second album, Field Trips, for Research Council of Alberta, were taken in 1921 and 1930. The photos remain in the arrangement Cameron created and the captions inform the descriptions for each photo.
Cameron, Alan Emerson
Accession consists of a framed photograph of A.C. Rutherford in Chancellors robes.
Accession consists of records pertaining to University of Alberta Interim Committee.
The Romanet papers consist of correspondence, notebooks and reports on the fur trade, and the manuscripts of Kabluk of the Eskimo including several revisions. When the collection was received by the Archives in 1972, only a small part was preserved in Louis Romanets own meticulous arrangement. Care has been taken to maintain these files in their original order; but it was necessary to sort and arrange the bulk of the collection to define Romanet's career. One of the journals he composed during his first winter in Canada exists only as a carbon copy on tissue sheets. It is so fragile that a transcription has been made for the use of researchers. The 860 photographs in the collection depict the Hudson's Bay Company's employees, trading posts, and stern-wheel steamships; the native population of Northern Canada including the Arctic Islands; and the Romanet family. Almost 100 of the photographs were collected from Government and Hudsons Bay Company sources to illustrate Kabluk of the Eskimo, although only sixteen were used in the published version. A descriptive inventory was prepared in 1975. This inventory was revised and reprinted in 1997, however, the physical arrangement of the fonds was not altered.
Romanet, Louis Auguste
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Stuart Duncan.
Creator is John Charles Grant (Rule Wynn and Rule Architects - Edmonton)
Grant, John Charles
National Film Board: Correspondence from Henry Dickie to - Gray, news clippings, evaluation forms and memorandum from Donald Cameron
Champion, Lloyd R
University of Alberta "Varsity Song Book", published by the Students' Union of the University of Alberta.
Accession consists of Faculty of Education files.
Faculty of Education
Office of the President, Committee on Affiliation. Minutes, correspondence, 1953-1954. Includes statistics, 1923 - 1954.
"Appointed by the Board of Governors to advise the President and through him the Board of Governors."
Faculty of Arts
Two post cards: one depicts the Dentistry / Pharmacy building and is referred to in the photo as "Medical Building." The second is a photo of the University Hospital. Both photos are B&W prints; 14 x 9 cm.
William Rowan's papers consist of correspondence, field diaries, sketches, research notes, teaching materials and observations in Zoology (especially in ornithology) from 1908 to 1957. The manuscripts of his published and unpublished books, and of his speeches and writings on scientific and social matters, are an important part of the papers. Professor Rowan pioneered research in migration patterns and corresponded with major scientific figures across North America, Great Britain, and the European Continent. Recognized as a talented scientific artist he designed the whooping crane stamp for the Canada Post Office in 1954. His zoological designs also originated from his work in the Canadian and international conservation movement. His speeches, radio talks and writing reflect his interest in world political matters and the nuclear age. The Rowan family members wrote often and at length to each other. Their letters include their observation of local, national and international affairs from 1908 to 1957.
Committee on Admission Requirement and Procedures. Report
Accession consists of records pertaining to joint Committee to Co-ordinate University and High School Curricula and the Matriculation Study Committee: booklets and files.
The textual and photographic records in the Heber C. Jamieson fonds represent the research material gathered by Dr. Jamieson for use in speeches, teaching, or in his published works on the history of medicine in Alberta. They consist of correspondence, articles in typed or published form, bound volumes of the history and minutes of University medical clubs, news clippings, publications and photographs, which cover the period 1861 to 1961. Except for nine alphabetically arranged files of biographical information on pioneer doctors and nurses, the greater part of the collection, although in labelled folders, was in no apparent order. In many cases the relationship between doctor or nurse and hospital, or doctor or nurse and association or organization was so closely intermingled that separation into distinct groups would be impossible. To accomodate this situation, the records are divided into textual records and photographic records. Where possible similar subjects were consolidated and an index was created for information on people, institutions, and organizations.
Jamieson, Heber C.
Comprises research notes, letters, tables, correspondence and sketches of RE Follinsbee.
Staff publications: H.E. Rawlinson
Accession consists of the University of Alberta's Chief Librarian's files.
Miscellaneous papers from the University of Alberta: Papers, Reports, Calendars, New Trail
Aerial photographs of the Medical Sciences Building
Board of Governors minutes, reports, calendars.
Staff publications: J.W. Pearce (Physiology)
Department of Physiology
Bound copies of Minutes of the Council of the Faculty of Dentistry from 1930-1966
Faculty of Dentistry
New Trail, 1963-1967.
Accession consist of North Garneau Development Report 1 and Health Sciences Center.
Final exam questions for Botany 310.
Accession consists photographs, prints, and negatives pertaining to the University of Alberta, accumulated by the Rare Books and Archives since 1963
Accession consists of bound books of the Board of Governors, 1928-1968.
Board of Governors
Textual records from Robert (Bob) Layton's years at the University of Alberta, including newspaper clippings, directories, programs, handbooks, playbills etc.
Reprint of "Sixty Years of Psychology at the University of Alberta." Canadian Psychologist/Psychologie Canadienne, Volums 9, No. 4, 1968.
Department of Psychology
Report of teh Governors of the University of Alberta
Accession consists of University of Alberta calendars, convocation programmes, annual reports, and examination papers.
A. J. Diamond and Barton Myers, Architects and Planners, booklet.
University Telephone Directory, 1965-1966, 1968, 1969.
Accession consists of records including publications pertaining to various student clubs and associations at the University of Alberta. These include the English Club, the Soldier's Comforts Club, Bluestocking Club, Dramatic Society and the Writer's Club. As well as faculty associations, the Science Association and The Old Country University Association.
The accession also includes a manuscript by W.W. Greag.
Students' and Faculty Association
Accession consists of University of Alberta Calendars, 1908-1970.
Board of Governors Minutes
Board of Governors
Accession consists of Registrar's Occive, 1969-70 Calendar, bound.
Office of the Registrar
Manual and index (1968-1970) and photographs of Golden Jubilee Week (1958).
Accession consists of The University of Alberta General Information Calendar, 1969-70.
Student Activism correspondence - April 1970
Accession consists of Board of Governors Reports.
Galbraith, Francis Philip
Board of Governors report (1969-1970) and Evening Credit Program Calendar (1967-1968
Report of the Governors of the University of Alberta
Board of Governors
Convocation programmes, Parts 1-4
Office of the Registrar
The C.S. Burgess fonds documents Burgess's administrative and professional activities from 1891 through 1971; he removed most remaining personal records before donating material to the Unviersity Archives. The records reflect Burgess's progess as a designer and the evolution of his design interests from his architectural articling and design studies in Scotland, England and his European study tours, to his professional consultation work and teaching in Canada beginning in Montréal and concluding with his tenure as a professor of architecture at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. A small portion of the records document Burgess's work as a private consultant for public and private groups across Alberta. The records include lecture and public speaking notes on art, history and design; professional correspondence; design portfolios in various media from both his student and professional periods; photographs predominantly of his professional work with some of private acquaintances; a collection of postcards, maps and other art and design related ephemera.
The C.S. Burgess fonds documents Burgess's administrative and professional activities from 1891 through 1971; he removed most remaining personal records before donating material to the Unviersity Archives. The records reflect Burgess's progess as a designer and the evolution of his design interests from his architectural articling and design studies in Scotland, England and his European study tours, to his professional consultation work and teaching in Canada beginning in MontrÃ©al and concluding with his tenure as a professor of architecture at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. A small portion of the records document Burgess's work as a private consultant for public and private groups across Alberta. The records include lecture and public speaking notes on art, history and design; professional correspondence; design portfolios in various media from both his student and professional periods; photographs predominantly of his professional work with some of private acquaintances; a collection of postcards, maps and other art and design related ephemera.
Burgess, Cecil Scott
Student Handbook and Directory
General Faculties Council Policy Manual
Humanities and Social Science Library
Student Telephone Book, 1971-72
Fonds reflect Dorothy Livesay's earlier work as a poet and consist of poetry manuscripts and typescripts, business correspondence, and typescript drafts of several publications. These records span from 1919 to 1974 and are arranged into four series: Poems: Typescripts and Manuscripts; Poems: Notebooks; Correspondence with Ryerson Press; and Publication Drafts and Author's Prints.
Correspondence from Maimie Simpson about life at the University of Alberta in the early and mid 1970s.
Simpson, Maimie S.
University Telephone Directories
Office of the Registrar
Fonds contient deux tomes biographiques, plusieurs éditions de la revue bimestrielle Vie française, et une lettre du Général de Gaule de 1940.
Fonds consists of two biographical tomes, several editions of the bimonthly magazine Vie française, and a letter from the General de Gaule from 1940.
Dean of Men and Foreign Student Advisor
Dyde, Henry Alexander
Office of the Dean of Women
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal and professional lives of Finley McInnes. The predominant volume of records were created during McInnes's career as a member of the North West Moutned Police. He served most of his law enforcement career in the "Northen Services." His northern service includes numerous Arctic patrols where he set up stations at Pond Inlet, Pangnirtung. He worked significant portions of his career at Port Burwell , Nottingham Island, Aklavik, Port Burwell and the Nothern Ungava Peninsula. His law enforcement work in these locations generated the predominant protion of the graphic and textual material in the fonds. The fonds has been arranged into five series. The first series, Professional Services consists of 22 sub-series, each sub-series encapsulates a particular assignment or professional acitivity save for sub-series one (personal) and sub-series two (poems).
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal and professional lives of Finley McInnes. The predominant volume of records were created during McInnes's career as a member of the North West Mounted Police. He served most of his law enforcement career in the "Northern Services." His northern service includes numerous Arctic patrols where he set up stations at Pond Inlet, Pannier. He worked significant portions of his career at Port Burwell , Nottingham Island, Aklavik, Port Burwell and the Nothern Ungava Peninsula. His law enforcement work in these locations generated the predominant portion of the graphic and textual material in the fonds.
The fonds has been arranged into five series. The first series, Professional Services consists of 22 sub-series, each sub-series encapsulates a particular assignment or professional activity save for sub-series one (personal) and sub-series two (poems).
Contains correspondences, personal and professional papers, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, maps, financial and legal records, and AV materials. The collection is mainly comprised of records created by Samuel Steele, Marie Harwood Steele, Harwood Steele, and Flora Steele.
Explore the digital collection at http://steele.library.ualberta.ca/index.html
Macdonell, Albert Edward Cortland
Dr. S.W. Tromp, Director of the Biometerological Research Institute of Leiden, Introductory lecture course in human, animal, and plant biometeorology. Various computer disks, some labelled with specific people's names. Transparencies of refugee data for Asia.
Tromp, Dr. S.W.
The fonds consists of programs, press clippings, publicity notices, photos, slides, and show lists pertaining to the productions put on by Alberta Barter Theatre between the years 1972 and 1978. The records are in roughly chronological order according to their production.
Photographs of Thailand Project III participants
Faculty of Education
Fonds contient des récapitulations d'entrevues, des MP3s numérisés, des questionnaires, des rapports de recherche, des livres, des annales, des régulations, des inventaires, des catalogues, des protocoles d'ententes, des formulaires, des rubans audio, des cassettes audio, des PDFs, des disques compactes, et des transcripts (entrevues, recettes, rites de passage, chanson, descriptions de photos).
Fonds consists of interview summaries, digitized MP3s, questionnaires, research reports, books, annals, regulations, inventories, catalogs, agreement protocols, forms, audio tapes, audio cassettes, PDFs, compact discs, and transcripts (interviews, recipes, rites of passage, songs, descriptions of photos).
The Reta Rowan fonds covers the years from 1940 to 1971. The material consists of correspondence, minutes, briefs, reports, publications, periodicals, newspapers, drawings, print and negative photographs. The books in the Reta Rowan fonds were listed on a separate inventory in 1977. Originally, the majority of the files were arranged in chronological order under the society's or association's title, while the remainder were filed by the organization's name or by subject, or left unlabelled. Mrs. Rowan's arrangement has been followed where possible but all unlabelled or loose files have been placed in the proper year or provided with a subject title.
The Julian Mills fonds consists of 0.42m of mixed media material. This includes news clippings relating mainly to northern communities and transportation, correspondence, a series of handwritten reminiscences, certificates and other professional documents and approximately 450 photo images in the form of prints, 35mm negatives and glass plate negatives. There was little original order in the material
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Department of Clothing and Textiles at the University of Alberta.
Department of Clothing and Textiles
Hugh M. Raup's records relating to Arctic and northern research; included are field notes, aerial photographs, maps, drafts and manuscripts of published papers, plant lists, and photographs of research sites and surrounding areas.
Harvard Forest Archives
The fonds consists of clippings, press releases, correspondence, photos, slides cassettes and prompt scripts documenting Theatre 3's administrative and operating activities. The fonds is in roughly chronological order according to accumulation.
Membership lists, newsletters and minutes from IPALLOSH (InterProvicial Association of Library Lovers of Sheep), which is a group of Chief Librarians in the western provinces of Canada.
InterProvicial Association of Library Lovers of Sheep (IPALLOSH)
Photographs copied from an original album created by Edmonton photographer, C.W. Mathers. Included are photographs representing aboriginals involved in trading and hunting activities, as well as photographs of northern settlements such as Fort Chipewyan, Fort Smith, Fort Providence, Fort McPherson, and Fort Good Hope.
Mathers, C. W.
Fonds consists of records from the University Secretariat at the University of Alberta.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, sketches, reviews, clippings, reference materials and photographs.
Series illustrates the likeness of Ernest C. Manning from various sources, including newspaper articles, a cover of a biographical sketch by John Cashman, and a negative from the UAA. Series consists of 5 graphic materials that have been scanned and Photoshopped.
Manning, Ernest C.
The J. Dewey Soper fonds consists of field books, photographs and illustrations, correspondence, and manuscripts. The material covers the years 1908 to 1981. The photographs document his Arctic expeditions for the Canadian government and his work as an officer of the Federal Wildlife Services Department and comprise predominantly the years 1920 to the early 1950s. The textual material more completely documents the span of his lifetime with diaries and field notes from the 1910s to his post 1960s research for the University of Alberta's Department of Zoology. Title is based on the content of the fonds. No further accruals are expected.
Soper, J. Dewey
The Lewis H. Thomas fonds span a period of over forty years, and provide a valuable record of the research, teaching, and life experiences of a significant scholar and long-serving member of the University of Alberta's faculty. In his career as an archivist; professor; and researcher and writer of scholarly history, Dr. Thomas' papers encompass a wide range of topics related to the historical development of Western Canada. The source material and research files in this fonds include a wealth of archival documents, bibliographies, imprint items, and research notes on subjects related to the exploration, settlement, and growth of Western Canada, particularly the Prairie region. Dr. Thomas published extensively in this area, and his research files and lecture note material provide insight into the many subjects he lectured and wrote about. They provide insight also into the research methodologies and strategies that he applied in his own work. There is information related to his teaching career at both the Universities of Saskatchewan (Regina) and Alberta, and documents related to the Department of History at the University of Alberta, and Professor Thomas' position as chairman of this department. Among his papers are files of professional correspondence that contain letters written to colleagues, including many well-known Canadian historians, across the country. There is correspondence with graduate students whose work Dr. Thomas supervised, and letters of recommendation prepared by Thomas for these same students as they applied for grants or employment opportunities. Shortly before he died, L.H. Thomas wrote to a young writer that "the aspect of my work which has given me the greatest satisfaction is teaching, and associations with students." (See Accession #87-130-4) He supervised the work of six doctoral students, several masters' students, and sat as a member of many thesis supervising committees. As the long-serving Alberta representative on the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board, L.H. Thomas' papers contain a great deal of information about the workings of the board with particular reference to the naming of historic sites in Alberta and Northern Canada. L.H. Thomas' varied committee experience and affiliation with other national organizations and associations is well documented in the papers. As well, L.H. Thomas' experience as an archivist, and his life-long interest in promoting and encouraging the use of archival documents in historical research, is a subject touched upon frequently in his papers. He corresponds with archivists, writes about archival practice, and fills his source material files with items gleaned from archival holdings. Finally, researchers interested in the topic of Canadian socialism may find these records relevant. L.H. Thomas was himself a life-long supporter of socialist doctrine, and published articles on the CCF and Socialist movements. His last major work before his death was a transcription of a series of taped interviews with Tommy Douglas, and records related to this subject are included in the papers. The records are in excellent physical condition and have been arranged into four series: Early Records; University of Alberta Records; Research and Publication Records; and Associations, Committees and Boards Records. Within these broad series designations are sub-series that further organize the records. Where possible, the file titles provided by L.H. Thomas are retained. A brief description of each series is provided, followed by a detailed file listing. A subject and name index is found at the end of the inventory to assist in locating specific files.
The fonds consists of material collected and created by Bill Tuomi during his career as a social activist and member of the Canadian Communist Party. Materials include news clippings, correspondence, Communist party publications, arrest and detention documents, and other materials.
Zooarcheological Research News (vol 1 - 3). Publication during this period was at the University of Alberta, later moved to Simon Fraser University.
The papers, covering the period 1895 to 1983, consist chiefly of biographical data, correspondence, diplomas and certificates, texts of speeches, reports, accounts, property and estate business, maps, sketch plans, blueprints, publications, and reference material. Dr. Blair had made notes about the contents of some folders and envelopes, but most of the labelling of files had been done either by one of his secretaries or by Mrs. Roughley as she was preparing to work on the project. While the file headings correctly identified the contents, there was very little order apparent in the arrangement of the files except in the case of the reports of Trinidad Leaseholds Limited, his speeches, and those files relating to Dr. Blair's memberships and directorships in various organizations, clubs and corporations. Photographs, both personal and business, constitute the fifth series and include photos of Dr. Blair, his family and friends, and projects and activities with which he was associated in his professional life.
Blair, Sidney Martin
The William Elmer Adkins Fonds consists of 165 black and white photos in three albums. The fonds also includes three Oils Sands Project reports with illustrations, tehcnical charts and maps, and a 20 minute interview on audio tape.
Adkins, William Elmer
Student Yearbooks: Dentistry Students' Association (1972-1982), Business Administration and Commerce (1974-1982), Faculty of Nursing (n.d.) and Faculty of Law (n.d.)
Correspondence about Sam Rees' book and reference prints from the National Museum of Wales.
Fonds consists of personal and research papers of Dr. Ivan L. Rudnytsky.