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Newspapers Le Franco Albertain fonds

  • UAA-2019-048
  • Archief
  • [19–?] -

Fonds contient plusieurs journaux Le Franco depuis plusieurs années.

Fonds consists of several journals Le France dating back several years.

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Théâtre français d'Edmonton fonds

  • UAA-2019-042
  • Archief
  • [19–?] -

Fonds contient des matériaux relié au Théâtre Français Edmonton (TFE) tel que des programmes de théâtre, des albums "scrapbook", des photographs, et des cassettes vidéos.

Fonds consists of materials related to the Théâtre français Edmonton (TFE) such as playbills, scrapbooks and photographs. Fonds also includes videocassettes.

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Gamila Morcos fonds

  • UAA-2019-026
  • Archief
  • [19–?] -

Fonds contient des documents biographiques au sujet d'artistes et d'auteurs qui ont été traités dans le Dictionnaire des artistes et des auteurs francophones de l'Ouest canadien. Certains n'ont pas été inclus dans le Dictionnaire. Ils sont organisé en ordre alphabétique par nom de famille. Il ya plusieurs dossier de documents divers qui incluent des artistes et auteurs, des coordonnées, de la correspondence, des inventaires, des manuscripts, et des chapitres de cahier. Plusieurs de ceux-ci sont relié à Georges Bugnet et sa collection.

Fonds consists of biographical documents related to artists and authors that were included in the Dictionnaire des artists et des auteurs francophones de l'Ouest canadien. Certain ones were not included in the Dictionnaire. They are organized in alphabetical order by family name. There are several folders of diverse documents that include artists and authors, coordinates, correspondance, inventories, manuscripts, and notebook chapters. Several of these are related to Georges Bugnet and his collection.

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France Levasseur-Ouimet fonds

  • UAA-2019-053
  • Archief
  • [19–?] -

Fonds contient des documents relié à l'écriture et manuscrits, des conférences, l'histoire du Campus Saint-Jean, l'education et les services francophones en Alberta, des organizations tels que la fédération des aînés franco-albertains, l'Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta, la Cabane à Sucre, la société Radio-Canada et la société Radio-Edmonton. Les formats inclus de la correspondence, des manuscrits, des programmes, des journaux (Le Franco), des procès-verbaux, et des pièces de musiques.

Fonds consists of materials relating to writings and scripts, conferences, the history of Campus Saint Jean, french education and services in Alberta, and organizations such as la fédération des aînés franco-albertains, association canadienne-française de l'Alberta, La Cabane á Sucre, société radio-Canada and société radio-Edmonton. Formats include correspondence, scripts, programs, newspapers (Le Franco), meeting minutes, and sheet music.

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Harold J. Brodie fonds

  • Archief
  • [19--]

Fonds consists of records related to Dr. Harold J. Brodie's activities as a mycologist at the University of Alberta and elsewhere.

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The Beginning of Print Culture in Athabasca County collection

  • Collectie
  • 2010 - 2012

Collection consists of the original handwritten transcriptions of The Beginning of Print Culture in Athabasca County, as well as copies of transcriptions with notes from the various contributor. This book is a facsimile edition and translation of a Prayer Book in Cree Syllabics by Fathe Émile Grouard, OMI, which was originall prepared and printed at Lac La Biche in 1883.

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Gordon Peacock fonds

  • Archief
  • 2009

Fonds depicts Gordon Peacock's professional activities as a actor, teacher, and director from the 1950s to the 1990s. The predominant amount of records are photograhs from various productions of the University of Alberta's Studio Theatre. There are also textual files documenting Peacock's directing, teaching and administrative career. The material is arranged in chronological order.

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Raymond Lemieux fonds

  • Fonds 649
  • Archief
  • 1946-2004

The fonds consists of predominantly textual records that document the academic, business, and administrative career of Dr. Raymond Lemieux. The records remain in their original, loosely chronological order. The series are

The Raymond Lemieux fonds consists of records documenting the teaching, research and publication, and business interests he pursued throughout his life.

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Mel Hurtig fonds

  • 1991-62, 1991-63, 1991-64, 1995-34, 1995-101, 1995-200, 1996-27, 2004-74
  • Archief
  • 2004

The Mel Hurtig fonds encompass a wide range of records, documenting the many areas of interest and pursuits Mr. Hurtig enjoyed in the professional, personal and political arenas of his life. In the first series, Hurtig Business Records, only a few files concern Hurtig’s Bookstore; most of the files relate instead to his publishing concerns. The series includes correspondence with authors and a series of files Hurtig called “Possible Future Books”, where book proposals and potential publishing projects were considered. The correspondence with authors is very interesting and the Hurtig Business records series provides the researcher with some sense of the complexity involved in the publishing world. There is extensive business correspondence files located in Series 1 and they have been arranged in date order by day, month and year. It is perhaps a misnomer to label Hurtig’s correspondence as business or personal or CIC/COC etc., because such tidy separations do not actually exist in his correspondence. All these ‘boundaries’ blend together. His letters to authors, for example, often contain information related to his CIC and COC initiatives, and the hundreds of invitations he receives for speaking engagements invite him to speak on topics encompassing his many interests and expertise. In the end, the letter-head the letters were sent on determined what series the correspondence was filed with; the letters located in this series were written on various Hurtig business logo stationery. The CIC and COC correspondence are likewise filed because of the letter-head or titles typed on the retained flimsy file copies. In more recent dates, the correspondence often consists of printed e-mails, again on numerous issues and topics, but is filed in the ‘Personal Records’ series because of when they were written in relation to Mel Hurtig’s stage of life and career. Separate finding-aids are available to the records of The Canadian Encyclopedia and The Junior Encyclopedia of Canada Mel Hurtig’s involvement with the Committee for an Independent Canada and with the Council of Canadians is well-documented in Series 2 and Series 3 of the fonds, particularly in regard to the issues both groups were involved with. Hurtig was a central figure in both organizations, and his correspondence files provide a valuable record of the day-to-day operations of these national bodies, as well as a more global view of the organizations and the public personas they presented. There are copies of board meeting documents and executive correspondence, as well as policy documentation, issue-oriented presentations, news releases and related clipping files. A major issue the COC, in particular, rallied against was the Free Trade Agreement and there is an extensive collection of research material and documents gathered for background reference and research purposes. The COC corresponded with federal politicians, well-known Canadians, and other action bodies (such as the Pro-Canada Network) in assembling their issues information library, as evidenced in the Series 3 files. Peace and disarmament issues are also extensively documented in the COC files. Series 4, consisting of Mel Hurtig’s political files, contains files related to his membership in and candidacy for the Federal Liberal Party and more extensively, his founding and leading of the National Party of Canada. The National Party records are fascinating in that they clearly document a unique event in the Canadian political landscape. In a time frame of about two years, a party was formed, ran a national election campaign, and was dissolved, with the records in this series documenting the dramatic unfolding of events. Mel Hurtig’s book writing files are retained in Series 5. There are complete drafts of the following Hurtig books: The Betrayal of Canada, At Twilight in the Country, The Vanishing Country, and Rushing to Armageddon. Chapter drafts contain editing comments, corrections and additions and deletions. There are also related clipping and publicity files that document the book signing and speaking tours post publication. Series 6 is broadly defined as personal records, and includes textual files, published material and photographs. While the files contain references to family and personal concerns, again there is the blurring of boundaries with a lot of the e-mail correspondence focusing on political and issue-oriented topics. Hurtig corresponds with well-known Canadians in campaigns designed to oppose missile defense, call attention to issues of Canadian sovereignty and affect political change. The photographs span a period of some sixty years, and also included in this series is a collection of books given to Hurtig by their authors, with Hurtig usually referenced in the book. The final series, Series 7, contains audio-visual records including video-tapes, cassette tapes, and compact discs. The subject matter of this material references all the previous series topics, and is listed in date order. The records are in excellent physical shape and provide a very complete documentation of the activities and passions of a well-known Canadian.

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Project Local Culture fonds

  • UAA-2019-050
  • Archief
  • 2003-2004

Fonds contient plusieurs douzaines de cassettes audio avec des entrevues pour le projet Local Culture.

Fonds consists of several dozen audio cassette tapes with interviews for the project Local Culture.

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Doug Tomlinson fonds

  • 1998-14, 2001-160
  • Archief
  • 2001

The Doug Tomlinson fonds encompass a wide range of records, documenting the many areas of interest and pursuits Mr. Tomlinson enjoyed. As well as preserving the records that document his personal experiences, Doug Tomlinson actively collected papers associated with organizations and groups he both admired and supported. Hence, the Tomlinson fond contain a valuable collection of papers related to early agrarian organization in Western Canada, particularly the Prairie Provinces, as well as some early imprint and documents dating from just after the turn of the twentieth century. The Doug Tomlinson records arrived in two separate accessions to the University of Alberta Archives, but are merged in this finding-aid. The records arrived in files, but original order was difficult to determine. The papers within a file were generally intact, but within boxes, the files did not appear to be in any specific order. The archivist then surveyed everything to weed out duplicates, and determine series titles for the records. The series titles are based on the record contents. The records consist primarily of textual material, and include original minutes, meeting documents, correspondence, as well as published items and ephemera. In addition to the important early agriculture organization records, there are records documenting union and labour history in Alberta, with particular reference to union locals 47 and 579. Doug Tomlinson's political involvements are represented, along with photographs and pamphlets he attained from the Ukrainian Society for Friendship (dating from the 1960's and later). His involvement with the peace movement, social justice movements, and seniors' rights groups are also well-documented in his papers. There is not much of the purely personal in his collection of papers, reflecting perhaps, the huge role issues and causes played in his, and in his family's, lives. Taken together, the records represent a rich documentation of Alberta's social and political evolution from a network of strictly agrarian communities to a fully evolved post-industrial society. The records are of value to students of Canadian social and political history and supplement any discipline's study of twentieth century Alberta from economics to sociology. Their value is also located in the dearth of primary material documenting Alberta socialism and left-wing movements.

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Ian Sheldon fonds

  • QL 543 S54
  • Archief
  • 1999-2016

Fonds consists of illustrations by Ian Sheldon of various insects including butterflies, moths, beetles, and true bugs. Many of these illustrations were done for various projects and publications. Also included in the fonds are copies of publications in which Sheldon contributed such as Butterflies of British Columbia and Bugs of Alberta.

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Byron Kratchovil fonds

  • 1981-159, 2002-33
  • Archief
  • 1997 - 2004

The Byron Kratochvil fonds documents the professional career of an important teacher, researcher, writer and administrator who was associated with the University of Alberta for over thirty years. Dr. Kratochvil attained recognition as a respected analytical chemist, and served the University of Alberta as a professor of Chemistry, chairman of the Department of Chemistry, and as an administrator in his role as Associate Vice-President (Research). The records, largely textual, document Byron Kratochvil’s career at the University of Alberta, but also touch upon his earlier teaching experiences and research interests. The records provide a significant documentation of Kratochvil’s teaching career, with several files of lecture notes, student examinations and projects, and class records. Also strongly represented in the fonds, are the records generated from the textbooks written by Kratochvil and W.E. Harris and originally computer-published by the University of Alberta. Various drafts of the textbooks are retained in the records, complete with numerous annotations, inserts, corrections and research notes. There are fairly complete files of Chemistry Department-related records in the Kratochvil fonds, which include meeting minutes, internal memorandum, and committee reports retained on an annual basis. Byron Kratochvil was chair of the Department of Chemistry from 1989-1995, so the Department material for these years provides insight into the role of the Chairman, and the relationship the Department had with the larger Faculty of Science it reported to. Included also are the documents generated by the various University committees and research groups Professor Kratochvil sat on; of particular note are detailed files related to the Environmental Research and Studies Centre. A smaller series contains records generated during Byron Kratochvil’s time as Associate Vice-President (Research). A comprehensive set of Byron Kratochvil’s professional correspondence forms one series, and provides a record of his written communication with colleagues, graduate students, and scientific associations, relating to his research and various other issues. Among Kratochvil’s research interest topics are those in the area of the theory and application of sampling for chemical analysis; the measurement of free metal ion concentrations in solution; and the development of new analytical reagents and methods in nonacqueous solvents. Two smaller series contain documents linked to professional associations Professor Kratochvil supported, with textual and photographs items documenting scientific conferences and workshops he attended; as well as consulting work undertaken. The final series in this finding-aid consists of material designated as ‘personal’, although still very related to the series that precede it. Included here are copies of personnel documents related to salary and promotions, copies of CV’s and biographies as well as day planners and collected archives. The records are in excellent physical shape and because of their completeness and the broad span of years represented, provide valuable insight into one man’s career at the University of Alberta..

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UAA-2003-036

  • UAA-2003-036
  • Accession
  • 1996-1997

Video of Convocation ceremonies in June 1996 and June 1997, as well as stock footage from around campus for Welcome Week and other promotional purposes.

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UAA-2008-059

  • UAA-2008-059
  • Accession
  • 1995-

Episodes of Global News' Woman of Vision program, hosted by Lesley MacDonald.

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Technocracy Fonds

  • Archief
  • 1995

The records have been arranged in three broad series: Series one is the records of the Edmonton Technocracy regional district; Series two is the Calgary Technocracy regional district records; and Series three is the records of a long-standing individual member of the Edmonton Technocracy group, John Gregory. Within each series are several sub-series to further facilitate the description of the record. Sub-series include: organizational records, office administration files, special collections from individual Technocracy members, outreach and publicity records, and publications. The predominant amount of the fonds is comprised of publications, including newsletters, pamphlets and booklets, reprints and other articles, periodicals, and books. Much of this material is the official publications of Technocracy, Inc. head office, or material published by individual sectors on matters of more local concern. Individual members also wrote papers on a variety of Technocracy topics, and submitted their writings to CHQ (Corporate Headquarters) for comment and approval before considering wider distribution. Also included are other articles, papers, theses and books that write about Technocracy as a topic or about subject-mater of interest to Technocracy members. A published series of lessons discussing Technocracy doctrine was published by Technocracy, Inc. and titled “Technocracy Study Course”; various editions of the Study Course publications are found in this fonds. Technocracy Headquarters also prepared regular ‘general mailings’ and operating instructions which were sent to all their members, and included information updates, book reviews, activity reports and plans for upcoming meetings and visits. Strategies for attracting membership and related outreach activities were discussed in the CHQ mailings, and member sectors responded in turn with monthly reports to CHQ detailing their membership and financial activity, meetings and outreach plans. Series three, John Gregory’s records, includes interesting correspondence between himself and Howard Scott, originator of Technocracy and long-serving Director-in-Chief of Technocracy, Inc. Issues around water and continental hydrology are one topic of their correspondence. Mr. Gregory also collected long playing albums that record a lecture Howard Scott gave in Ohio in 1952. While categorically not a populist movement, the Technocracy papers deposited with the University of Alberta Archives reflect the popular interwar currents of thought in North America regarding the political and economic organization of society. In this sense, the Technocracy movement is significant in the same manner that many prairie populist movements hold historical research value. The records are in excellent physical shape and provide valuable insight into a unique North American social movement.

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UAA-2017-010

  • UAA-2017-010
  • Accession
  • 1994-2010

Operational files primarily GSA Council Sessions

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UAA-1992-013

  • UAA-1992-013
  • Accession
  • 1991

Camrose Normal School Scholarship Fund Committee. Materials relating to the Presentation Assembly at Barnett House (January 18, 1991) in honour of Scott Allen Key, the first recipient of the Camrose Normal School Scholarship in History of Education.

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UAA-2004-028

  • UAA-2004-028
  • Accession
  • 1995-1991

Research materials regarding William Rowan, including handwritten notes, research correspondence, photographs and news clippings.

James McPherson Parker fonds

  • 1991-001
  • Archief
  • 1990

The James M. Parker fonds consists of 85 black and white photographs and one metre of textual material documenting the professional activities and historical research interests of James M. Parker.

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UAA-2017-016

  • UAA-2017-016
  • Accession
  • 1990-2014

Copies of Folio publications from 1990-2014. Most volumes contain complete issue series; however some are missing. Duplicate copies also contained in accession.

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Assiniboia Community Housing Cooperative fonds

  • Archief
  • 1966-1990

The Assiniboia Community Housing Cooperative (ACHC) fonds document the history and function of the Cooperative, and its predecessor, the Campus Co-operative Association. The records span the years from the inception of the Co-operative in 1967, through its existence 21 years later when the records to that date were deposited with the University of Alberta Archives.

The records, largely textual, required a fair amount of sorting when received at the Archives. Papers were removed from binders, and duplicate records disposed. There was a lot of duplication of records, as individual executive members along with each ‘house’ in the Cooperative maintained a set of minutes, audited financial statements, policies and procedures manuals, along with forms for completing maintenance checks and house inventories. As well, the collection was weeded of financial ephemera (invoices, returned cheques, bills, etc) since summary financial records existed. An original listing provided by a then member of the ACHC aided the arrangement and description process.

The records have been sorted into ten series, including: the Cooperative Movement; Executive Committee Records; Minutes (Board and General); Financial Records; Membership Records, Property Management Records; Property Expansion Records; Legal Advice Records; Historic Records; and the Newsletter (The Cooper). Some of the series are very small, while others like the Financial records series and Property Management records series are necessarily arranged into sub-series to better organize the material. There is a complete set of minutes from the 1960s through to January of 1987. Membership records are particularly complete for the mid-1970s to the early 1980s; earlier membership records, particularly for the 1960s, are sketchier. The records are in good physical shape.

The Assiniboia Community Housing Cooperative records reflect an interesting alternative to standard student housing arrangements available on the University of Alberta campus in the mid-1960’s. It was, writes Rod Olstad in a 1988 Gateway article, “the first organized, yet unofficial, co-ed housing at the U of A.” Principles of democracy were essential to the Cooperative, with their elected executive, membership votes on all matters of house policy and operation, and safeguards to protect individual members from potential financial liability, etc. Co-op members were instrumental in lobbying the University in 1973 to abandon plans to demolish much of the low-cost housing in the North Garneau neighbourhood, demanding instead that this housing be retained and renovated to ensure that low-cost, alternative housing was available for students.

The ACHC records can also be viewed as a part of the larger national Co-operative housing movement emerging in the same period. The unique living arrangement that is the Cooperative, with its accompanying problems and triumphs, is well documented in these records.

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UAA-2019-003

  • UAA
  • Accession
  • 1990 - 1998

Accession consists of thirteen play-scripts and screenplays by Ben Tarver were purchased by UA Libraries from Cloud Hill Books. These items include Diana (Diana Has Her Portrait Painted in Taos), The Savage Dream, End the Beguine, Cross and Cockade, The Windy Well Affair, Columbus, Alamogordo, The Murder of Auguste Dauphin, Blind Goddess, Blaze of Glory, Free Trade, Flying Heart and Dr. Barry. As well, the material comprises a binder of 2" x 2" slides (approximately 580) received by UAlberta North which had discovered it within the materials they received as successor to the Canadian Circumpolar Institute (CCI).

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Office of Design and Construction

  • Archief
  • before 1990

Fonds contains records pertaining to the Office of Design and Construction at the University of Alberta.

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R. B. Charlton fonds

  • Archief
  • 1989

Fonds consists of records related to R. B. Charlton and his work with the Department of Geography and the Division of Meteorology at the University of Alberta.

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UAA-1988-111

  • UAA-1988-111
  • Accession
  • 1987-1988

Photographs of Timms Collection Centre: Blueprints and models

UAA-2017-013

  • UAA-2017-013
  • Accession
  • 1986 - 1990

Manual of Administrative Policies, Procedures and Services

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UAA-1998-101

  • UAA-1998-101
  • Accession
  • May 16-17, 1986

Audio recordings from the Canadian Ethnology Society sessions May 16-17, 1986. Tapes labelled with session times.

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Laurent Godbout fonds

  • UAA-2019-051
  • Archief
  • 1986-2008

Fonds contient des documents textuels relié la société Boite a Theatre, le Théâtre français d'Edmonton, L’UniThéâtre, St-Joachim, et l'ACFAS qui inclus des documents financiers, des reçus, des programmes de théâtre, la correspondence, des publicités, des procès-verbaux et rapports, des demandes de subventions, des questionnaires, des extraits de journaux (photocopies et originales) et autres documents relié au théâtre francophone à Edmonton en Alberta.

Fonds consists of textual records pertaining to Boite a Theatre Society, Théâtre français d'Edmonton, L’UniThéâtre, St-Joachim, and ACFAS including financial statements, receipts, theatre programs, correspondence, advertisements, meeting minutes and reports, grant applications, questionnaires, newspaper clippings (photocopies and originals) and other documents relating to Francophone theatre in Edmonton, Alberta.

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UAA-1987-020

  • UAA-1987-020
  • Accession
  • 1986

International Nursing Research Conference papers, brochures, leaflets and slides.

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Canadian Encyclopedia fonds

  • Archief
  • 1985 - 1987

The Canadian Encyclopedia fonds provide a comprehensive and detailed record of one of the largest and most important cultural undertakings in Canadian publishing history. The records are extensive, and detail the process involved in producing a large reference publication from the inception stage through to final publication. The fonds consist of approximately 13 metres of records, excluding illustrative material that is to be returned to the Archives at a later date. The material was donated to the University of Alberta Archives in 1986, and original order was subsequently disrupted in the re-boxing of records from binders, filing cabinets, and closets for transfer to the Archives. As well, some of the records were still active and being consulted in preparation for the second edition publication of The Canadian Encyclopedia. The volume of records has meant that the fonds will be arranged and described in three phases. Phase one, which this inventory represents, involved a complete overview of the entire fonds, the restoration, where possible, of original order, and the file level description of six of eight series. Within each of these series, sub-series designations were assigned to better organize and describe the records. Each series is further described in an introduction preceding the series listing. Original file titles, if they existed, were retained by the archivist in the description. A subject and name index is found at the back of the inventory to further assist in locating specific information. These records have tremendous research value. The administrative and financial records provide a complete business history of the project. Based on correspondence, internal memoranda, meeting minutes, and monthly reports, etc. the researcher is able to better understand how the publication was planned, produced, and delivered to the public. The internal operation of The New Canadian Encyclopedia Publishing Ltd. are revealed through the procedures manuals and internal instructions which outline operating practices, guidelines, and editorial methodology. The files also provide an original and comprehensive picture of the publishing business from a Canadian perspective. The article and entry files contain samples of work by top Canadian academic experts. Because the editors were constrained by space and subject limitations, not everything they received could be printed in the encyclopedia. The files complement the published record, indicating how articles were edited, categorized, and sometimes cut altogether. Material, not published in the Encyclopedia, is retained in the files. The records are in excellent physical condition and multi-media in composition. The series and file listings follow.

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Historical HIV/AIDS Pamphlet Collection

  • AEU-HVA
  • Collectie
  • 1984-1995

This collection of health information is focused on pamphlets and fliers promoting primary prevention measures to the general public and, to a lesser degree, Health Professionals. The drop-down pages are organized as series level finding aids.

Most artifacts are in English and were produced in Canada or the United States of America. Also there are several artifacts in multiple versions by year, the changes in information between editions is both interesting and instructive.

Although primarily of interest for health researchers this collection may also be of interest to a variety of researchers; for example those interested in depictions of minorities including First Nations / Native Americans, Africans, Asians and sexual minorities. The collection may also be of interest to the following disciplines: Art (graphic design & illustration), Education, Counselling, Gender studies, Graphic novels, History, Linguistics (especially slang), Multiculturalism, Public Health policy, Social work, and Sociology.

UAA-2017-008

  • UAA-2017-008
  • Accession
  • 1984 - 1994

Audio recordings of interviews with accompanying transcripts: Psoriasis Research Project, Herbal Medicine
Botanical Field Notes and Photos
Media Coverage
Sweat Lodge Ceremonies video recordings

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UAA-1985-014

  • UAA-1985-014
  • Accession
  • 1984-1988

Four booklets: "Medical Students' Survival Guide", Department of Medicine, University of Alberta

Sidney Martin Blair Fonds

  • Archief
  • 1983

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.

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Institut pour le patrimoine fonds

  • UAA-2019-047
  • Archief
  • 1983-1998

Fonds contient la correspondence, rapports, des documents, des documents de projets, des notes de comités, des documents de conférences, des coupures de journaux, des publications francophones relié au Centre d'études franco-canadiennes de l'Ouest (CEFCO), l'Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement des Sciences (ACFAS), Institut de Recherche (IR), FRANCALTA, ainsi que l'information sur l'histoire des Oblats qui inclus un colloque des Oblats, autres programmes de campus francophones au Canada, et l'histoire Franco-albertaine.

Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, papers, project work, committee notes, conference materials, newspaper clippings, various French language publications pertaining to the Centre d'études franco-canadiennes de l'Ouest (CEFCO), Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des Sciences (ACFAS), Institut de Recherche (IR), FRANCALTA, as well as information on the history of the Oblates including an Oblates Colloquium, other French campus programs in Canada, and Franco-Alberta history.

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J. Dewey Soper Fonds

  • Archief
  • 1982

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.

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Gloria Strathern fonds

  • Archief
  • [1982-1988]

Fonds consists of writing and research materials of Gloria Strathern.

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UAA-1985-033

  • UAA-1985-033
  • Accession
  • 1981-1983

Zooarcheological Research News (vol 1 - 3). Publication during this period was at the University of Alberta, later moved to Simon Fraser University.

UAA-1992-082

  • UAA-1992-082
  • Accession
  • 1980-1981

University of Alberta Forest Society: Yearbook

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UAA-2017-004

  • Accession
  • 1979 - 1980

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.

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Héritage Franco-albertain fonds

  • UAA-2019-046
  • Archief
  • (1979- [?])

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).

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UAA-2002-059

  • UAA-2002-059
  • Accession
  • 1978

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.

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Workshop West Theatre

  • Archief
  • 1978 - 1995

The records consist of administrative, production and play development records. There are eleven series in this fonds: Administration, Development, Finanical Records, Fundraising, Production Records, Publicity, Subscription, Miscellaneous, Contracts, Oversized Items, Photogrphs. While the bulk of the records are textual, the fonds also contains production photographs, set designs, promotional materials, and posters. The files in this accession are arranged in chronological order within the separate series beginning with the administrative files. The fonds also contains the University of Alberta’s Drama 681 course materials, resumes, diaries and weekly reports by artistic director Gerry Potter from 1981 to 1992.

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Ernest C. Manning fonds

  • 1981-32
  • Archief
  • 1978 - 1982

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.

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Fringe Theatre Adventures fonds

  • Archief
  • 1978 - 2010

The Chinook Theatre/Fringe Theatre Adventures' records consist of administrative and production files from 1980 through 1995. The administrative records document Board of Directors activities, financial work, site development for various venues, correspondence, and commercial and cultural impact studies. The production records document script development, design and technical production work. In addition both Chinook and Fringe Theatres maintained scrapbooks or archives binders documenting their seasons. There are also a certain amount of school tour production records from Chinook Theatre tours. The records are predominantly textual with some original graphic design, prints, and photographs.

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Guy R. Lyle fonds

  • Archief
  • 1977

Fonds consists of books and other material created by Guy R. Lyle.

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UAA-1978-038

  • UAA-1978-038
  • Accession
  • 1977-1978

Photographs of Thailand Project III participants

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Edmonton Science Fiction and Comic Arts Society Archives

  • Archief
  • 1976 - 1989

The archives consist of records and publications of the ESFCAS, including correspondence, financial documentation, artwork, advertisements, and other ephemera. While predominately textual, the archives contain 10 photographs and several audio cassette recordings of interviews with science fiction writers and of science fiction events. A few textual items are in Russian.

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Paul Dubé fonds

  • UAA-2019-054
  • Archief
  • 1976-2006

Fonds contient des matériaux (qui inclus des documents de la court) relié à le procès impliquant Paul Dubé, Jean-Claude Mahé, et Angeline Mortel et les écoles francophones, comprenant les documents de court et des extraits de journaux. Le fonds contient aussi des documents relié au droits de languages minoritaires au Canada.

Fonds consists of materials (including court documents) relating to a court case involving Paul Dubé, Jean-Claude Mahé, and Angeline Mortel and French schools, including court documents and newspaper clippings. The fonds also consists of records relating to minority language rights in Canada.

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Chinese Students' Association

  • Archief
  • before 1975

Fonds includes records pertaining to the Chinese Students' Association at the University of Alberta including issues of The Midway.

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Margaret-Ann Armour fonds

  • Archief
  • 1974 - 2019

Fonds consists of the research, teaching and professional files of Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour, documenting her work in hazardous chemical waste handling and disposal, and her development of WISEST (Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology).

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UAA-1974-167

  • Accession
  • 1974

University Telephone Directories

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UAA-2004-031

  • UAA-2004-031
  • Accession
  • 1974

Correspondence from Maimie Simpson about life at the University of Alberta in the early and mid 1970s.

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Legal Studies Program fonds

  • 2003-80
  • Archief
  • 1973-1997

Consists of materials from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Extension, Legal Studies. Materials include program files.

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UAA-1974-173

  • Accession
  • 1972-09

General Faculties Council Policy Manual

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UAA-1984-106

  • UAA-1984-106
  • Accession
  • 1972-1984

Student Yearbooks: Dentistry Students' Association (1972-1982), Business Administration and Commerce (1974-1982), Faculty of Nursing (n.d.) and Faculty of Law (n.d.)

UAA-1990-026

  • UAA-1990-026
  • Accession
  • 1972

Interviews with Drs. J.W. Scott, R.F. Shaner, and J.R. Vant - by Drs. D.F. Cameron, J. Dvorkin, S.E. Greenhill and E.G. Kidd

Barter Theatre fonds

  • UAA-2001-139
  • Archief
  • 1972 - 1978

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.

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Theatre Three Fonds

  • Archief
  • 1971 - 1980

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.

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Associate Vice-President (Academic) fonds

  • Fonds 2001-60
  • Archief
  • 1971-1988

Records of the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Academic). Included are proposals and projects related to Native education; proposals and projects of the University/Community Special Projects Fund; documents of Native Affairs at the University of Alberta, of the Universities Coordinating Council ad hoc Native Studies Committee, and of University collections and exhibits. Furthermore, the fonds contains briefing packages, and correspondence of the School of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan deliberations on Indian Languages and related publications.

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UAA-1971-211

  • Accession
  • 1971-1972

Student Telephone Book, 1971-72

Christopher X. Ringrose fonds

  • Archief
  • 1971

Fonds consists of the records of Christopher Xerxes Ringrose, including his book of poetry, "Western Reunion."

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UAA-2018-001

  • UAA-2018-001
  • Accession
  • 1971-2001

Administrative, Financial, Directors', Conference files created by Committee of Prairie Province Libraries.

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The Provincial Fitness Unit of Alberta fonds

  • Archief
  • 1970-2000

Fonds consists of testing materials, office files, and other records from the Provincial Fitness Unit of Alberta, the Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Association, and the Fitness Unit of the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation.

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Kolson Arctic Governance Collection

  • AEU-KOL
  • Collectie
  • 1970s-2000s

The Kolson Arctic Governance Collection contains various documents, both published and unpublished, related to the political, social, cultural, and economic development of the Canadian Arctic and Alaska. Although some of the unpublished documents are seemingly original, many others are photocopies or other form of reproduction. Manuscript amendments and corrections are present in many items. While the materials range from the 1970s to the 200s, they are predominantly from the 1980s and 1990s.

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UAA-1970-170

  • Accession
  • 1970-1971

Student Handbook and Directory

UAA-1970-057

  • Accession
  • April 1970

Student Activism correspondence - April 1970

UAA-1972-094

  • Accession
  • 1970-1972

Programmes

UAA-1970-085

  • Accession
  • May 1970

Convocation programmes, Parts 1-4

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Cecil Scott Burgess fonds

  • Archief
  • 1891-1970

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 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.

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University Secretariat fonds

  • Archief
  • 1969-1981

Fonds consists of records from the University Secretariat at the University of Alberta.

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Department of Computing Services fonds

  • Archief
  • 1969-1982

Fonds consists of records related to the Department of Computing Services at the University of Alberta.

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UAA-1969-024

  • UAA-1969-024
  • Accession
  • March 1969

A. J. Diamond and Barton Myers, Architects and Planners, booklet.

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UAA-1971-023

  • Accession
  • 1969-1970

Report of the Governors of the University of Alberta

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UAA-1969-082

  • Accession
  • 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.

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UAA-1971-031

  • Accession
  • 1968-1969

Report of teh Governors of the University of Alberta

Institute of Law Research and Reform

  • Archief
  • 1968-1986

Fonds consists of the annual reports and other materials of the Institute of Law Research and Reform.

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UAA-2002-064

  • UAA-2002-064
  • Accession
  • 1968-1984

Correspondence about Sam Rees' book and reference prints from the National Museum of Wales.

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UAA-1970-090

  • Accession
  • 1967

Accession consist of North Garneau Development Report 1 and Health Sciences Center.

Royal Shakespeare Company Programmes

  • RSC
  • Collectie
  • 1967-1997

The collection consists of two related items in addition to production programmes. The programmes are a valuable source of information about the Royal Shakespeare Company. They profile the cast of each production, as well as listing the company's personnel. Information about past productions of the play, as well as acknowledgments of corporate and private sponsors, is also available in the programmes. Along with Shakespearian plays, the collection contains other classics, as well as modern works.

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UAA-2000-041

  • UAA-2000-041
  • Accession
  • 1966-1968

Final exam questions for Botany 310.

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Alexander Matejko fonds

  • Archief
  • [1966]-1978

Fonds consists of records related to Alexander Matejko's time as a professor of Sociology at the University of Alberta.

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