Series - University of Alberta Records.

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University of Alberta Records.

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  • 1964 - 1984 (Creation)

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1.71 m textual material

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The records in this series are primarily textual in format, and in excellent physical condition. Much of the series consists of correspondence, although there are also meeting minutes, reports and lecture notes. The original file titles provided by L.H. Thomas are retained, and a basic chronological order is retained within each sub-series. Researchers interested in Dr. Thomas' lecture notes and related source material should also consult series 3 where more general research-related source material is listed.

The records in this series document L.H. Thomas' sixteen year career at the University of Alberta. They are arranged in three sub-series: Administrative; Teaching; and Professional Correspondence; and are further arranged within each sub-series.

The records provide a valuable overview of Professor Thomas' career at the University, documenting his administrative, teaching and research-related duties. The correspondence files extend to L.H. Thomas' post-retirement years, with letters written to colleagues still teaching at the University of Alberta, Department of History.

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