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WWII

Photographs from 'Punch' Dickins' time in the military during WWII.

Workplace

Information for specific occupations outside of Health and Medicine. Approximately half of the items in this series are intended for teachers, administrators or instructors in schools and colleges. It includes information from the UK, USA and Canada. There are Information bulletins from Alberta Education (Canada), the Department of Health and Human Services (USA) and the UK Department of Education and Science. there is one catalog of AIDS related teaching materials and three versions of an English as a Second Language teaching resource.

The other half of this series is for a variety of non-educational occupational settings, the majority are general and cover concerns like sharing equipment or lockers rooms with someone with AIDS. There are however two with very specific audiences, food and beverage workers and personal service (grooming) workers. there is also a single brochure that seems to be for anyone who works in downtown Vancouver B.C.

WOMEN-WOMEN'S PROGRAMS WITHIN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

The Women – Women’s Programs within the Federal Government subseries contains 5 files discussing the status of women in society. Files are arranged by material type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including fact sheets and background information, correspondence, reports, presentations, newspaper clippings, press releases, and government publications. The specific topics this subseries covers are the status of women in the labour force, political and social equality of women, childcare for working mothers, and biographical information on Sylva Gelber, Director of the Women's Bureau of the Canada Department of Labour.

WOMEN-WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS

The Women – Women’s Organizations subseries contains 49 files discussing women’s organizations from across Canada and their work for women’s rights. Files are arranged by organization, type, and chronology. This subseries contains a variety of document types including journals, correspondence, magazines, memorandum, newspaper clippings, newsletters, press releases, reports, presentations, and conference materials. The specific topics this subseries covers are the status of women, employment equality, childcare, status rights of aboriginal women, women in government, divorce and maintenance payments, sex work, maternity leave, education for women, women’s roles, status rights of married women, communism and the cold war, women’s representation, Persons Case II, abortion, racism, and gender discrimination.

WOMEN-WOMEN’S STRUGGLES WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

The Women – Women’s Struggles with the Federal Government subseries contains 32 files discussing members of the Advisory Council on the Status of Women, the work members are focused on, and Council documents. Files are arranged by person or type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, press releases, reports, legislation, transcripts, speeches, meeting minutes, biographies, House of Commons debates, Senate debates, policies, fact sheets, and background information. The specific topics this subseries covers are the Persons Case, the Famous Five, support for Persons Case II, the Royal Commission on the Status of Women and a follow-up 20 years later, legal rights of women, immigration, the Human Rights Act and Human Rights Commission, abortion, pay equality, violence against women, discrimination against women, United Nations conferences on discrimination against women, gender based policy analysis, funding for research into women’s rights and issues, maternity leave, labour equality, women in politics, and the advancement of women in developing nations.

WOMEN-SEXUAL HARASSMENT-BONNIE ROBICHAUD'S CASE

The Women – Sexual Harassment – Bonnie Robichaud’s Case subseries contains 19 files discussing the sexual harassment lawsuit of Bonnie Robichaud, a cleaner for the Department of National Defense base in North Bay, Ontario, against her supervising foreman and the resulting Supreme Court of Canada landmark decision holding employers responsible for ending sexual harassment in the workplace. Files are arranged chronologically or by type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, court documents, newspaper clippings, informational pamphlets, newsletters, press releases, affidavits, memorandum, legislation, and case reports. The specific topics this subseries covers are Bonnie Robichaud’s sexual harassment lawsuit, narratives of the events, tracking of the process of the court case, affidavits from Marguerite Ritchie on workplace sexual harassment submitted for the case, informational booklets written by Bonnie Robichaud about workplace sexual harassment, comparisons of workplace harassment and discrimination laws before and after this case, and case studies of sexual harassment and workplace harassment in Canada. This case was appealed several times, including to the Human Rights Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Canada before resolving in favour of Bonnie Robichaud.

WOMEN'S LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIALS

The Women’s Legal Research Materials subseries contains 100 files of legal research pertaining to women’s rights and issues that affect women. This subseries contains legal research materials including Supreme Court decisions, provincial and federal legislation, legal dictionary entries, House of Commons and Senate debates, legal articles, and constitutional law research materials. The specific topics this subseries covers are divorce, women’s education, the Canadian labour code, jury duty, status of women, pay equality, gender discrimination, offshore mineral rights, female Senators, child custody, maintenance payments, child abuse and seduction laws, welfare, the justice system, professional ethics, human trafficking, the Indian Act, pensions, civil servants, historical divorce cases, segregation and civil rights, representation of women, women’s roles, gendered language in law, rights of married women and widows, veterans, appointment of judges, constitutional law, illegitimate children, immigration, and genocide. Date ranges refer to publication dates of historical legislation, though files contain copies only.

WOMEN-RESEARCH-BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND PAMPHLETS

The Women – Research – Books, Booklets, and Pamphlets subseries contains 52 files of published materials discussing women’s rights. Some files are arranged by source. This subseries contains a variety of document types including brochures, facts sheets, recommendations, reports, analyses, reviews, booklets, press releases, discussion papers, conference reports, briefing notes for the House of Commons, legislation, books, pamphlets, journals, magazines, and Parliamentary debates from Britain. The specific topics this subseries covers are sexual abuse, violence against women, divorce, women’s employment, family and criminal law, the Women’s Bureau of the Department of Labour Canada, equal pay, labour laws and gender discrimination, immigration, citizenship, welfare and social services, education of girls and women, birth control, socialization, women's equality in Sweden and the USA, legal status of women, and women in prison.

WOMEN-RESEARCH

The Women – Research subseries contains 7 files of publications from government departments and unions on women’s rights. Files are arranged by material type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including government publications, House of Commons debates, union publications, minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Sub-Committee on Equality Rights of the Standing Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs, The Facts magazine, and government reports. The specific topics this subseries covers are affirmative action, equality in public service, gender based analysis, health and welfare, gender based violence, and sexual assault.

WOMEN-PROMINENT FEMINISTS

The Women – Prominent Feminists subseries contains 16 files discussing feminists, women’s organizations, and submissions of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women. Files are arranged chronologically by person. This subseries contains a variety of document types including speeches, recommendations, correspondence, newspaper clippings, memorandum, transcripts, reports, analysis, conference planning documents, press releases, brochures, briefs, and submissions to the Royal Commission on the Status of Women. The specific topics this subseries covers are labour equality, education, childcare, marriage, abortion, gender roles, women in the work force, discrimination against women, women in the armed forces, women’s groups, women in law, aboriginal women, and the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, including the final report published in 1970 with 127 recommendations to promote gender equality and equal opportunity.

WOMEN-NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

The Women – Newspaper Articles subseries contains 106 files of newspaper articles written on women’s rights and women’s issues. Files are arranged by topic. This subseries contains predominately newspaper clippings as well as some reports, newsletters, magazines, transcripts, and correspondence. The specific topics this subseries covers are women in politics, equal pay, women’s potential, working mothers, labour laws, women’s employment, women’s education, pensions, representation of women in politics and the media, fertility and menopause, sexual mores, sexual assault, religion, rape, divorce, crime, gender stereotypes, women in sports, infanticide, motherhood, sex work, juvenile delinquents, beauty standards, class discrimination, prison, birth control, abortion, sex education, the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, the women’s liberation movement and feminism, civil rights and the challenges faced by black women, integration, women’s unions, desertion, gendered language, French-English relations in Canada, aboriginal life, representation of women and minorities in textbooks, women in politics and women’s rights in foreign countries, the Indian Act, women’s suffrage, Sharia law and the rights of Muslim women, maternity leave, segregation in South Africa, women in the USSR, aboriginal language rights, legalization of homosexual behaviour, female criminals, the Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan, the exclusion of women, and marriage name changes.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-SEXUAL HARASSMENT

The Women – Challenges to Injustice – Sexual Harassment subseries contains 5 files discussing the workplace sexual harassment law suit of Rachelle Labelle. Files are arranged chronologically. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, court documents, memorandum, tribunal decisions report, police reports, witness statements, House of Commons debates, transcripts, conference agendas, and administrative documents. The specific topics this subseries covers are sexual harassment in the workplace, discrimination based on gender and marital status within the federal government, and the Rachelle Labelle sexual harassment suit. Rachelle Labelle was terminated from her post as Administrative Assistant for the Treasury Board of Canada secretariat’s Task Force on Informatics. This subseries documents the Labelle case in the Supreme Court of Canada and contains supporting materials from similar sexual harassment cases, such as the Bonnie Robichaud case.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-RESEARCH

The Women – Challenges to Injustice - Research subseries contains 11 files of research on women in crisis. Files are arranged chronologically. This subseries contains a variety of document types including press releases, conference papers, briefs, United Nations reports, information sheets, speeches, magazines, correspondence, law reviews, newsletters, book chapters, court documents, and legislation. The specific topics this subseries covers are discrimination against women, women in politics, violence against women, the status of women, women judges, women’s studies at universities, the future of feminism, sexual assault, abortion, domestic workers, women’s education and employment, women in medicine, gendered language, suffrage, equality, sex work, equal rights amendments, public morals, and women in the justice system.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-PROJECTS

The Women – Challenges to Injustice - Projects subseries contains 10 files discussing cases of legal injustice contributed to by the Human Rights Institute. Files are arranged by project and include some general information about refugees. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, newspaper clippings, memorandum, CVs and resumes, papers, reports, medical reports, articles, transcripts, applications and work histories for refugee status, affidavit, policies, speeches, statistics, and United Nations treaties. The specific topics this subseries covers are refugee status, refugees admitted into Canada, adaptation of immigrants to life in Canada, Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement in the cases of refugee status claimants, Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement in getting medical treatment of veterans, and Marguerite Ritchie and the Human Rights Institute of Canada’s involvement with specific cases of discrimination, including religious discrimination against a scientologist.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE-ABORTION

The Women – Challenges to Injustice - Abortion subseries contains 15 files discussing abortion law and the Henry Morgentaller case. Files are arranged by material type. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, newspaper clippings, interview transcripts, House of Commons debates, court documents, press releases, briefs, Senate debates, newsletters, magazines, studies, booklets, posters, law reviews, historical research, and documents for the Morgentaller case. The specific topics this subseries covers are specific cases charging people with performing abortions, reports on abortion laws worldwide, historical research on abortion laws and practices in the 19th and 20th century, legislation restricting performances of abortion to medical doctors, a presentation from the Human Rights Institute of Canada to a legislative committee studying a bill on abortion, public opinion surveys on Canadians’ opinion on abortion, landmark Supreme Court case that held that the father could not stop a woman from having an abortion, and working papers with arguments against abortion.

WOMEN-CHALLENGES TO INJUSTICE

The Women – Challenges to Injustice subseries contains 54 files discussing issues of inequality that affect women. Files are arranged by topic. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, brochures, newspaper clippings, transcripts, memorandum, historical research, reports, legislation, court documents, submissions to parliamentary committees, Senate debates, resolutions, House of Commons debates, speeches, CVs and resumes, press releases, magazines, newsletters, legal research, chronologies of events, directories, glossary of terms, information sheet, surveys, and papers. The specific topics this subseries covers are women’s studies programs at universities, anti-discrimination bills and discrimination against women, child sexual abuse, women and religion, women’s suffrage, women’s education and employment, women’s roles, women in government and politics, the equal rights amendment, equal pay, personhood of women, status of women around the world, United Nations conventions and celebration years for women and human rights, violence against women, the Montreal Massacre, Persons Case II, equality for visible minorities, divorce and financial issues, the merit principle, spousal support, provincial health insurance, human trafficking, Sharia Law, polygamy, rape law, abortion laws, child support, taxes and pensions, legal double standards, citizenship of married persons, gendered language, race relations, property law, female circumcision, women’s health, jury duty for women, and termination based on discrimination.

WOMEN & MISC.-NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

The Women & Misc. – Newspaper Articles subseries contains 6 files of miscellaneous newspaper clippings on social issues. Files are arranged by topic. This subseries contains newspaper clippings. The specific topics this subseries covers are women’s achievements, the Human Rights Commission, the RCMP and police, refugees, capital punishment in Canada, the Quebec separation referendums, and Quebec language laws.

William Armstrong Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from William Armstrong. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding drawings and sketches. Correspondence sent from Toronto, Ontario to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. William Armstrong (1822-1914) immigrated to Canada from Ireland in 1851. He was a railway engineer and enjoyed painting and sketching. More information on William Armstrong can be found in the Canadian Encyclopaedia.

Widger's Way

Sub-series consists of records created in the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of Widger's Way. Gwen Pharis Ringwood wrote the play. The cast in order of appearance was Milton Widger: Robert Orchard; Planter: Frank Glenfield; Roselle: Hazel Gillis; Black Jake: Roger Lenney; Peter: John Moore; Clifford Sokolander: Jon Granik; Anastasia: Betty Wilson; Prof. Willoughby Bond: Laughlin Taylor; Garrow: Tom Peacocke; Dowser Ringgo: Grant Reddick; Constable Docket: Don Wilson. The play was directed by Irene Polan and Robert Orchard. The Set and Costume Design were done by Prof. H.G. Glyde, R.C.A.; Assistant to the Directors: Craig Elliott; House Manager Lois Badgley; Costumer: Joah Auger, Eva Bailie, Edna Bourgeios, Melba Gutowski.

The records consist of a 79 page production book including annotated Director's script, rehearsal plans, stage directions, and random notes. Also included are copies of newspaper reviews and an original program.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

WHISTLEBLOWERS

The Whistleblowers subseries contains 2 files discussing whistleblowers exposing government corruption. Files are arranged chronologically. This subseries contains newspaper clippings and correspondence. The specific topics this subseries covers are legislation to protect whistleblowers and the scandals exposed by whistleblowing, including scandals on science research, foreign affairs, and health care.

Whisky Six

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Whiskey Six.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

What the Butler Saw

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of What the Butler Saw.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Walton Haydon Correspondence

Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from Walton Haydon. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding specimen studies and finding survey work. Correspondence sent from Moose Factory, Ontario and East Selkirk, Manitoba to the Geological Survey headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. Dr. Walton Haydon entered the Hudson's Bay Company's service in 1877 and was an amateur collector of natural history. More information on Walton Haydon can be found in the HBC Archives.

Waiting for Godot

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Waiting for Godot.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Waiting for Godot

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Waiting for Godot

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

VOLUNTEERS IN THE HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA

The Volunteers in the Human Rights Institute of Canada subseries contains 48 files discussing volunteers at the Human Rights Institute of Canada, the projects volunteers contributed to, and their experiences at the Institute. Files are arranged by volunteer. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, summaries, background documents, contracts, surveys, reports, newspaper clippings, newsletters, programs, briefs, press releases, meeting minutes, fundraising, directories, financial statements, articles, telephone questionnaires, CVs and resumes, volunteer forms, letters of recommendation from Marguerite Ritchie for volunteers, school assignments, legislation, and membership records. The specific topics this subseries covers are Trudeau’s promises to Quebec, the Meech Lake Accord, French language rights, language rights in Quebec, Persons Case II, aboriginal rights, the roles of the Prime Minister and Senators, royal commissions, resettlement of Newfoundlanders in 1954-1973, discrimination against women in the armed forces, and political corruption.

Videos and Software

This subseries consists of videos and computer software related to The Secret Garden collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. It contains both live-action and animated adaptations of The Secret Garden on both DVD and VHS, and an interactive storybook CD-Rom.

Videos and Computer Software

This subseries consists videos and computer CD-Rom's relating to Anne of Green Gables collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. Contained within are VHS copies of the 1985 television mini-series and its sequels, A VHS of the 1934 film, a DVD of the 2002 animated series, and CD-Rom's for interactive computer software.

Videos

This subseries consists of DVDs relating to Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials series collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. It contains the home video release of the 2007 live-action movie adaptation of The Golden Compass and two documentary movies about the movie and book.

Videos

This subseries consists of DVDs and VHS tapes relating to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz that were collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. The videos relate to the 1925 and 1939 live-action adaptation, alternate takes on the original story, and TV shows that have episodes relating to The Wizard of Oz.

Videos

This subseries consists of video adaptations of Little Women collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. It contains both live-action and animated adaptations of the original tale in both VHS and DVD format.

Videos

This subseries consists of video recordings (both official releases and TV recordings) related to Beatrix Potter and The Tale of Peter Rabbit, that were collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. It contains both live-action and animated adaptations The Tale of Peter Rabbit and its sequels, adapted for film and television. It also contains a DVD of the 2006 Hollywood dramatization of Beatrix Potter's life, and recordings of the Royal Opera Houses's rendition of the Tales of Beatrix Potter.

Videos

This subseries consists of DVDs relating to P.L. Travers and Mary Poppins that were collected by Dr. Margaret Mackey and donated to the University of Alberta Libraries. It contains a DVD version of the original 1964 Disney live-action adaptation and Disney's dramatisation of P.L. Travers life, the 2013 movie Saving Mr. Banks.

University of Alberta.

Contains text regarding retirement system, course planning, correspondence, travel grants, dismissal of professors, medals, etc.

Unidentified documents

This sub-section includes unidentified manuscripts and miscellaneous material. The note field describes the units from the file as completely as possible, based on the materials included and the available secondary sources.

Under Milkwood

  • Fonds 426-2-48
  • Subseries
  • March 24-April 2, 1960
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of records created in the production and promotion of Studio Theatre's performance of Under Milkwood.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Uncle Vanya

  • Fonds 426-2-128
  • Subseries
  • October 20-29, 1977
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Uncle Vanya

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Twelfth Night, or What You Will

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Saturday, Sunday, Monday.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Twelfth Night

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Twelfth Night

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Translations

  • Fonds 426-2-173
  • Subseries
  • October 31-November 16, 1985
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Translations.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Tonight at 8:30

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Tonight at 8:30

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Tom Jones Slept Here

  • Fonds 426-2-122
  • Subseries
  • March 25-April 3, 1976
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Games of Tom Jones Slept Here.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Time Remembered

Sub-series consists of records created in the production and promotion of Studio Theatre's performance of Time Remembered.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Time of the Lilacs

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Time of the Lilacs.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Thieves' Carnival

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of Thieves' Carnival.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

Theater performances--Reviews

This sub-section includes reviews of premières and first productions of Kaiser’s plays in a number of theaters in Germany and one in the USA. The documents in these files consist of newspaper clippings (originals and photocopies). The records are arranged alphabetically by title of the play. Each record includes title, inclusive dates, name of the producing theater(s), information on whether the file includes originals or photocopies, as well as accession number.

Theater performances--Reviews

This sub-section includes reviews of premières of Kaiser’s plays in the production of various theaters not only in Germany, but also in other countries in Europe and in the USA. The documents in these files are originals and photocopies of newspaper clippings. Most files have two parts--Part I includes original clippings and Part II includes photocopies. There is no complete overlap between the two parts. Part II usually contains copies of the originals from Part I, but in many cases it includes more reviews than Part I.

Theater performances--Programs

This sub-section includes originals and photocopies of theater programs from the performances of Kaiser’s plays and related material. The records are organized alphabetically by the title of the play for which the program was issued. Each record provides title, inclusive dates, list of theaters where the performance was held, extent of the file (i.e. number of leaves) and accession number.

The Would-be Gentleman

Sub-series consists of records documenting the production of the University of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Would-be Gentleman.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Wild Duck

  • Fonds 426-2-136
  • Subseries
  • March 29-April 7, 1979
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Wild Duck

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The White Geese

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The White Geese

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Visit

  • Fonds 426-2-57
  • Subseries
  • February 22-March 3, 1962
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Visit. Also includes one program from the 1963 Yale production of the play.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Unknown Soldier and His Wife

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Unknown Soldier and his Wife.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Trojan Women

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Trojan Women.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Ticket of Leave Man

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Ticket of Leave Man

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Threepenny Opera

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Threepenny Opera.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Three Sisters

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Three Sisters.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Tender Trap

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Tender Trap

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Tempest

  • Fonds 426-2-161
  • Subseries
  • May 30-June 4, 1983
  • Part of Studio Theatre

Sub-series consists of production and promotion records for Studio Theatre's performance of The Tempest.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

The Tempest

Sub-series consists of records created in the Univeristy of Alberta Studio Theatre's production of The Tempest.

University of Alberta Studio Theatre

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