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UAL · Collection

Pamphlets cover a wide range of important topics in the world communism, including the Sino-Soviet dispute. Includes a large number of pamphlets from the British Communist Party and its allies, and pamphlets printed in Albania.

Workshop West Theatre fonds
UAA Fonds 0432 · Fonds · 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.

Workshop West Theatre Fond – Descriptive Inventory 1978-1997

Workshop West Theatre
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.

Collection

This collection contains documents and materials produced or used by Canadian Pacific Railway Unions - in particular, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen - in Winnipeg between 1898 and 1968. The collection includes financial records, meeting minutes and logbooks, administrative documentation such as application forms, and cirulars and correspondence.

William Clare Wonders fonds
UAA Fonds 0398 · Fonds · 1886-2003

Dr. William Wonders collected papers comprise 10 metres and consist of correspondence and publications related to his career as a geographer and teacher, working files on his participation as a member of organizations for professional geographers, historians, and social scientists, and his reference collection of press clippings and reports relating to the world north of 60o. Canada, Alaska, the Arctic, and Scandinavia are chiefly represented in the collection.

Wonders, William Clare
Walter Jungkind fonds
UAA Fonds 0463 · Fonds · 1960-1995

The fonds consists of nearly 31 meters of material mainly of correspondence and files from the dates of 1960-1995 from Walter Jungkind’s work in several organizations including Icograda, the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada; the Society of Graphic Designers of Alberta; the creation of Graphic Design at the University of Alberta and the University of Alberta’s Visual Identity.

Jungkind, Walter
Walter Harris Portrait
Item · ca 1996
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Close up photograph of Harris. Cropped version of this photograph was used for the article "Chemists reflect on the legacy of Walter Harris, key builder of one of country's top analytical chemistry programs" appearing in Folio November 15, 1996.

Item · 1964
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Image of Harris and Habgood. Harry Habgood co-authored Programmed Temperature Gas Chromatography with Harris, the first book published by anyone in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Alberta.

Walter Edgar Harris fonds
UAA Fonds 0296 · Fonds · 1915 - 2011

This fonds contains the records of the University of Alberta chemistry professor Dr. Walter Harris. He was instrumental in the modernization of the University’s successful Analytical Chemistry program. Dr Harris was acclaimed for his work in chemistry education, scientific research, and committee service.

The materials date from 1915 to 2011. The records predominately date after Harris began his career at the University of Alberta in 1946. The collection is rich in teaching materials, including a number of lectures written verbatim, an abundance of lecture slides and audio visual recordings of Walter Harris lecturing, as well as a significant amount of Dr. Harris’ research papers and supporting information. The fonds also incorporates materials related to the history of the Chemistry Department at the University of Alberta. In addition, it provides insight into Harris’ book publications with related correspondence, revisions and notes. The fonds is abundant in records relating to Harris’ work as a committee member including meeting minutes, agendas, committee reports, and correspondence.

This fonds contains an array of document types including such textual materials as notes, correspondence, talks, programs, pamphlets, articles, cards, course materials, announcements, books, and personal history information. It also contains yearbooks, plaques, certificates and newspaper clippings, as well as a variety of media types including photographs, slides, negatives, lantern slides, a 16mm film, reel-to-reel audiotapes, a VHS videocassette, a u-matic video tape, and a CD-ROM disk. The fonds geographically pertains predominantly to Canada with some materials created in the United States, and a few materials generated in countries abroad. The materials related to Europe are from international conferences or committee travels taken by Harris.

Harris, Walter Edgar
Violet Archer fonds
UAA Fonds 0583 · Fonds · 1925-2000

The Violet Archer fonds span a period of over seventy years, and provide a valuable record of the composing, research, teaching and life experiences of a noted University professor and internationally recognized composer of music. The Violet Archer fonds is unusually complete, with intact records that illustrate both professional and personal facets of her life. As noted in the introduction, the Archer records, except for her original compositions and scores, arrived at the University of Alberta Archives without much evidence of original order or organization. While her scores and musical compositions had been listed and numbered by James Whittle, Department of Music librarian at the University of Alberta, the remainder of her records was transferred in large boxes to the Archives from her home in Ottawa. Boxes were labeled as coming from her basement, piano bench, bookshelves, etc. but were pretty mixed in each box. A large volume of the textual records is comprised of correspondence, and while the correspondence tended to be boxed together, within any single box would be a range of letters spanning any number of years. Correspondence from the 1950's was interspersed with correspondence from the 1990's. Each letter appeared to be methodically opened with a letter opener, read, and returned to the envelope (even Christmas and birthday cards were returned to their envelopes). Other like records were often boxed together; teaching files in single boxes, and boxes containing books, others with sound recordings, etc., providing the only evidence of extant original order. The large volume of records received, however, essentially loose and unorganized, necessitated the imposing of order by the archivist. Two page series were determined, that of professional and personal papers, and several sub-series delineated within each of these two series. Series One Professional and Career-related papers, are the largest of the two series and are organized into several sub-series. The sub-series designations are based on the contents of the records, and often chronological in terms of order within each sub-series. Within Series One are student records (Archer as student); teaching records, chronicling her years on faculty at North Texas State College, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Alberta; correspondence files; composing records; and reference records. The sub-series are substantial in size, and provide a wealth of information about Archer's professional life. Within the correspondence files, there is outgoing and incoming chronologically arranged correspondence, letters with identified individuals, reference letters, correspondence with associations and organizations, and publishing project and music dealer correspondence. The composition and composing sub-series of records is further organized into performing rights organization records, music publishers contracts and correspondence, conference and workshop records, performances, honors and awards, and original Archer compositions. The sub-series of reference material is also extensive, and includes listings of the imprint, books, music by other composers, and a collection of sound recordings maintained by Archer. Of especial significance, are the files of original Archer scores and compositions. A significant number of her compositions are represented in these holdings, and provide evidence about the steps and processes involved in creating a piece of music from manuscript beginnings to a final published piece of music. Series Two, Violet Archer's personal papers, while much smaller in extent than Series One, provide a fascinating glimpse of the person behind the public persona of professor and composer. Her personal correspondence files, particularly the incoming and outgoing correspondence with her younger sister Carolyn, document the emotions, struggles, triumphs and challenges she faces as a woman functioning in a very male-dominated field and time period. Carolyn is the one person that Violet freely confides in, and she shares thoughts, feelings, and philosophies with her sister that are only touched upon in the other records housed in the fonds. Rounding out the personal records in Series Two are other correspondence files, financial records, insurance records, artwork, and a large photographic sub-series. The Violet Archer fonds provides numerous research opportunities. Students of music history, composition, and theory will find the records valuable, as well as individuals interested in researching a woman's career path in pre-and post-second world war North American society. There are records related to the music scene in both the U.S. and Canada, letters exchanged with well-known musicians, colleagues, writers and students; and many documents associated with the music publishing industry. The growth of the University of Alberta's music department is documented in the records, as is the growth of Canadian music organizations. The completeness, extent, and condition of the Violet Archer fonds ensure its strong informational and evidential research value.

Archer, Violet
Unknown

Unknown photograph owned by SG Davis. After Davis' passing, it was found among the files in his office and acquired by Harris.

Item · 1973
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

The outstanding achievement award is given to former graduates of the University of Minnesota who have attained distinction in their area of study and demonstrated outstanding leadership. It was earned by Harris for his influential work in teaching analytical chemistry and research work in hot-atom chemistry, chromatography and polarography. This certificate was awarded at the 36th Annual meeting of the Institute of Technology Alumni Association on November 2, 1973.

Item · 1996
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Image of the University of Alberta's analytical chemists. Photograph taken for University of Alberta New Trail article "Chain reaction: One man's longtime dedication to the study of analytical chemistry continues to reap awards", regarding the three men from the same faculty each receiving major international scientific awards within seven days. These three men: Harrison, Dovichi and Horlick, all gave credit to Harris' work in Analytical Chemistry education.

AEU-SA · Collection · 1950s- 2000s (predominantly 1970s-2000s)

A list of superseded ANSI and ANSI-approved standards in print held University of Alberta Libraries Research and Collections Resource Facility (RCRF).

Undergraduate Laboratory
Item · [1961]
Part of Walter Edgar Harris fonds

Undergraduate laboratory with private working areas for up to twenty students. The side benches and cabinets display equiptment and materials in general use.

UAA-2024-008
UAA-2024-008 · Accession · 2000 - 2006

Materials relate to interviews that took place during the writing of the "I Was There" book by Ellen Schoeck.
Other materials included were removed and added to Biographical Files and the Buildings Files. These materials were "Some reflections on Computing and Computing Science at the University of Alberta" by Keith Smillie, as well as various notes and photocopies on the topics of Education Car Park (1983), South Field (1989), Stadium (1969/1988), and Windsor (1971-1988).

Schoeck, Ellen A.
UAA-2024-002
UAA-2024-002 · Accession · 1955 - 2018
Part of Kenneth W. Domier fonds

Records related to the professional and academic career of Dr. Kenneth W. Domier.
These records are composed of: 1 composite photograph of the 1980 Faculty of Agriculture, certificates, diplomas, plaques, and professional correspondence.

UAA-2023-021
UAA-2023-021 · Accession · 1973-2011
Part of Laurent Godbout fonds

Accession consists of records about Faculté Saint-Jean, Franco-albertain issues, Théâtre à la carte, and Théâtre Français Edmonton. The theatre records include photographs, video recordings, programs, posters, and other records about theatre productions. The Faculté Saint-Jean records include photographs of campus, faculty, events, and students, as well as academic planning meeting minutes. The accession also contains research material and papers about French language education, records about the Institute pour le patrimoine de la francophonie de l'Ouest canadien and other French language rights groups, and other related records.

Godbout, Laurent
UAA-2023-019
Accession · 1979 - 2019
Part of UAA-2013-033

The accession comprises biographical records of Dr. Desmond Brown including curricula vitae, publication lists, DVD recordings and related transcripts of interviews of Dr. Brown (life-career) by Professor Dale Gibson (Professor emeritus Faculty of Law).

Brown, Desmond
UAA-2023-018
UAA-2023-018 · Accession · 1955 - 1994
Part of Chuji Hiruki Fonds

Consisting of a wide range of teaching and research materials created by Dr. Hiruki and colleagues during his career, this accession represents his dedication and contributions to the field of plant pathology. With materials from the 1950s to the 1990s, the accession includes images and samples of plant specimens, presentation slides, lecture notes, laboratory notebooks, conference materials and other records related to the work conducted in Dr. Hiruki’s lab at the University of Alberta, as well as awards and certificates he received. Activities that led to the creation of these records include: field research, lecture and conference preparation, and laboratory work such as experiments using inoculation and fluorescence, camera testing, and documenting the progression of disease/infection in plants. The materials are arranged in accordance with media type.

Hiruki, Chuji
UAA-2023-015
Accession · 1984 - ?

The records comprise the general function and activities of the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine Occupational Health Program including:

  • Occupational Health Program, including organization, support, academic activities, documented in annual reports, memos and letters.
  • OHP General Teaching information including classes and seminars, masters' education offerings and continuing education programs.

  • Occupational Medicine Fellowship Training Program known as the "residency" in occupational medicine.

  • OHP Research with a focus on the principal sciences of the field including epidemiology, toxicology, and clinical occupational medicine.

  • OHP Service Agenda aimed at meeting the expectations of program sponsors and donors including the Occupational Health Consultation Clinic that continued for at least 15 years.

  • Environmental research including occupational and environmental medicine with a focus on air toxins.

Occupational Health Program (Faculty of Medicine)
UAA-2023-012
UAA-2023-012 · Accession · 1963 - 2023

The accession comprises textual records including the written history, scrapbook, newspaper clippings, articles, notes and correspondence regarding the University of Alberta Golden Bears Football Team and the Golden Bowl game played November 16, 1963.

Lampard, Robert
UAA-2023-010
UAA-2023-010 · Accession · 1974 - 2000
Part of University Libraries fonds

The archives comprise documentation about the history of thee East Asian Studies Llbrary holdings comprising Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) collection at UA library from 1970s to 2000. Aside from library correspondence, there are also reports on East Asian studies department (founding and expansion) especially as they relate to library concerns along with budget and statistical information.

Rutherford Library
UAA-2023-008

Records created within the portfolio of the Vice-President (External) by Government and Community Relations including the Festival of Ideas Advisory Committee, North Campus Long-Range Development Plan amendment, Michener Park Long-Range Development Plan amendment, South Campus Long-Range Development Plan amendment and the UA United Way Campaign.

Office of the Vice-President (External Relations)
UAA-2023-007
UAA · Accession · 1950-2001
Part of Studio Theatre fonds

Accession consists of Studio Theatre playbills (1950-2001), season brochures (1968-1993), an anniversary booklet (1982-1983), and campaign mailouts (1988-1995).

Studio Theatre
UAA-2023-006
UAA-2023-006 · Accession · 1960 - 2023

The contents of the accession reflect Ellen Schoeck’s research process during the creation of her book Taking Care, as well as her experience as Director of the University Secretariat, a position through which she served a number of University presidents over a period of 28 years, including Myer Horowitz. Textual records consist of Schoeck’s research materials for Taking Care, and include photocopies of articles, yearbook pages, and reports, as well as interviews and other documents related to campus housing and alumni from the 1950s until present. Photographs and film negatives are from Schoeck’s time as Director of the University Secretariat, and are arranged chronologically according to the University president in office at the time, illustrating the experience working in the senior administration office through various presidencies.

Schoeck, Ellen A.
UAA-2023-005
Accession · [19-?] - [20-?]

This accession consists of eight oversized framed portraits of past Chief Librarians. The portraits range in size, from as small as 13x10" to as large as 16x20". Depicted in the portraits are former librarians Peter Freeman, Ernie Ingles, Marjorie Sherlock, Bruce Peel, and Frank Bowers. Also included in this accession are two unidentified portraits, and one piece of embroidered artwork.

Office of the Chief Librarian
UAA-2023-003
UAA-2023-003 · Accession · 1995-2019
Part of Leilani Muir fonds

The accession consists of information on Leilani Muir case from lawyers: fact sheet, chronology, highlights from the reasons for judgment; copy of correspondence, and Provincial Training School clinical record, application form; news clippings on Muir case; obituaries, statement of death, and other documents related to L. Muir's passing; photocopies of the Alberta Law Reports: Muir v. Alberta; and articles on eugenics in Alberta. See inventory for a detailed file list.

UAA-2023-001
UAA-2023-001 · Accession · 1955-2003

The contents of the accession spans across almost fifty years and provides valuable insight into the development of Peel's Bibliography of the Canadian Prairies and Peel’s Prairie Provinces database. Mostly textual records and correspondence, the records depict efforts to find and select published works for the bibliographies, various stages of the book’s completion, and conversations between Peel staff and other institutions and individuals that went into the creation of the Bibliographies.

Peel, Bruce Braden
UAA-2022-021
Accession · 1970 - 1983
Part of Dr. Luce Gauthier fonds

This accession consists of records related to Dr. Luce Gauthier's career as a theoretical physicist, including research findings for Dr. Gauthier's PhD thesis in quantum mechanics, titled Test of Resonance Recognition Criteria in Potential Scattering. Additionally, this accession contains correspondence, research reports, copies of publications, course teaching materials, and keepsakes from Dr. Gauthier's time at the University of Alberta.

UAA-2022-017

The accession comprises 180 cm of textual records arranged by series arising from specific functions of the creating office. It includes records of activities related to an array of committees and functions including Canada Research Excellence Chairs, Physical Activity Strategic Operating Committee, Facilities Development Committee, Academic Planning, Enrolment Planning Envelope,
and President's Advisory Committee and Academic Measures Advancement Reports, Records include agendas, minutes of meetings, decisions, correspondence and reports.

The files are arranged according group or function to which the records relate and as part of the creator's file classification system.

Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic)
UAA-2022-015
Accession · 1971 - 2008
Part of Faculty of Nursing fonds

The accession consists of 100 cm of class composites images of graduating classes for various nursing programs and years. The composites were held at B-112 (East) Clinical Sciences Building.

Faculty of Nursing
UAA-2022-014
UAA-2022-014 · Accession · ca. 1888-2022
Part of Patricia A. McCormack fonds

Professional papers and teaching materials of Patricia Alice McCormack. Includes Fort Chipewyan and other Indigenous community research materials; course curriculum development and related materials; correspondence; thesis materials; documentation of major projects; copies of primary and secondary source material, and transcriptions; professional administrative paperwork.

McCormack, Patricia Alice
UAA-2022-013
UAA-2022-013 · Accession · 1955 - 1965

The accession consists of one file folder comprising correspondence of Dr. James William Pearce.

Pearce, James W.
UAA-2022-012
Accession · 1958 - 2001
Part of Chuji Hiruki Fonds

The Dr. Chuji Hiruki fonds is a very rich and diverse acquisition of materials depicting the life and primarily teaching and research career of Chuji Hiruki. This accession of material comprises a broad scope of records comprising mainly of textual materials reflective of his teaching, research travel and role as a professor of plant pathology during his tenure with the University of Alberta.

Hiruki, Chuji
UAA-2022-011
Accession · 1989-2017
Part of Education Society of Edmonton fonds

Accession contains annual business documentation for the Education Society. Also contains anniversary commemorative pamphlets and book.

Education Society of Edmonton
UAA-2022-009
UAA-2022-009 · Accession · 1926

The framed renderings are identified in the attached finding aid as per measurements and content. Renderings of University of Alberta Buildings - Edmonton AB.

UAA-2022-007
Accession · 1902 - 2015
Part of Geoffrey Lester fonds

Accession consists of 40cm of textual records related to the creator's research of Alexander Doull (Civil Engineer) and railways in England, Scotland, Ireland and Canada. Includes 60 described files of correspondence with various archives in Canada and the UK, copies of articles, notes and research information related to railways in Canada and the UK. Also includes 15cm of described photographs comprising images of railway lines, railway, construction and trains in Canada including images of the first train into Edmonton AB (1902).

UAA-2022-002
UAA-2022-002 · Accession · 1963-1999
Part of Epsilon Pi Tau fonds

Accession consists of records from Epsilon Pi Tau, especially from the Omicron Field Chapter. The records include general correspondence of Omicron Field Chapter (1965-1996), fraternity and chapter newsletters, meeting minutes, initiation programs, membership lists, the Code of Regulations, and other records. The correspondence includes planning records for initiations, symposiums, awards, and other events. The correspondence also includes correspondence from 1965-1972 between William E. Warner and Clarence H. Preitz about the establishment of the Omicron Field Chapter.

Epsilon Pi Tau
UAA-2022-001
Accession · 1930 - 2007
Part of Helen Forrester fonds

Accession contains the personal and professional letters, speeches, short pieces of writing and miscellaneous notes as well as an unpublished manuscript. They are roughly organized by date and category based on the author’s own filing system.

Forrester, Helen
UAA-2021-010
Accession · 1970-10-02 - 2004-02-13
Part of Department of Physiology fonds

The accession consists of copies of minutes of departmental staff meetings of the Department of Physiology,

Department of Physiology
UAA-2021-006
UAA-2021-006 · Accession · 1905-1996
Part of Walter Raymond Salt fonds

Accession consists of records pertaining to Walter Raymond (Ray) Salt and his wife Kathleen Salt. Records include scripts, research notes, correspondence, manuscript, articles, newspaper clippings, diaries, and reports. Accession also contains sketches and photographs of birds and wildlife, as well as photographs of trips and family.

Salt, Walter Raymond
UAA-2021-001
UAA-2021-001 · Accession · 1911
Part of Faculty of Engineering fonds

The accession comprises 394 Faculty of Engineering graduating class composites and related association images including the mining and geology society.

Faculty of Engineering
UAA-2020-006
Accession · 1917-[ca.2014]
Part of Brian Llewellyn Evans fonds

Accession consist of records pertaining to Dr. Brian Evans and his work and research regarding China and Chester Ronning. Also included are playbills, correspondence, retirement documents, and various publications.

Evans, Brian Llewellyn
UAA-2019-058
Accession · 1931-1970
Part of Ivan Rudnytsky fonds

Accession includes diaries written by Ivan Rudnytsky, family papers, photographs and memoribilia.

Rudnytsky, Ivan
UAA-2019-036
Accession · [19–] to 2000
Part of University of Alberta Archives audio visual collection

Accession contains audio cassettes containing songs, speeches, and presentations from University of Alberta events including events, such as a sports game and SUB theatre address, and topics such as history in Canada.

UAA-2019-033
UAA-2019-033 · Accession · 2017-2019
Part of University of Alberta Press fonds

Accession contains University of Albert Press publications for 2017 to 2019, including books edited and authored by Robert C. Rival; Jay Scherer, David Mills, and Linda Sloan McCulloch; Michael Stock; Tessa Jordan; Ursula Mathis-Moser and Marie Carriére; Geo Takach; Sandra Semchuk; Chandrima Chakraborty, Amber Dean, and Angela Failler; Roger Epp; Margaret Atwood; Pamela Brett-MacLean and Lianne McTavish; Aldona Jaworska; Rod Macleod; Darryl Raymaker; Norma Dunning; Susmita Roye; Douglas Barbour; Carissa Halton; Rona Altrows and Julie Sedivy; Melissa Tanti, Jeremy Haynes, Daniel Coleman, and Lorraine York; Jenna Butler; John Rae and William Barr; Amanda Wakaruk and Sam-Chin Li; Marita Dachsel; Michael Crummey; E.D. Blodgett; Naomi K. Lewis; Leslie Main Johnson;George Pavlich and Matthew P. Unger; Alana Fletcher and Morris Neyelle; William Wray Carney, Colin Babiuk, and Mark Hunter LaVigne; Nora Foster Stovel; Huia Tomlins-Jahnke, Sandra Styres, Spencer Lilley, and Dawn Zinga; and Therese Greenwood.

UAA-2019-020
Accession · 1934-1986 [predominantly 1976-1986]
Part of Donald B. Smith fonds

L'accession contient la documentation recueillie pour l'article et par la suite de celui-ci (entre 1979 et 1986). Il comprend quelques originaux de lettres envoyées au professeur Smith, des coupures de presse de textes inédits et tirées de divers journaux et, surtout, des photocopies d'articles de périodiques et de journaux relatifs à la francophonie albertaine.

Accession contains documentation collected for the purpose of the article and more (between 1979 and 1986). It contains a few original letters sent to professor Smith, clippings of unedited texts taken from various journals and, mostly, photocopies of articles from periodicals and journals related to Franco-Albertans.

Smith, Donald B.
UAA-2019-012
Accession · 1966-2019
Part of David John Hall fonds

Accession consists of textual records of Dr. David J. Hall's career as an academic historian and author, containing drafts, research notes, newspaper clippings, journal articles, correspondence and photocopied primary resources related to his work on the Clifford Sifton and Frank Oliver biographies, the book titled From Treaties to Reserves, as well as various other history projects and collaborations. Accession also contains material related to the Aspen View Regional Division No. 19 case in which Dr. Hall was called as an expert witness, as well as photographs primarily used in Dr. Hall's publications.

Hall, David John
UAA-2019-008
UAA · Accession · 1978-2018
Part of Workshop West Theatre fonds

40 Years of WW production materials including programs, previews, reviews, and media and production reports. Includes multiple media: CDs, DVDs, VHS, Cassettes, photographs and textual materials of productions, promotional posters for productions, media reviews, scripts, annotated scripts, news releases, seasonal promotional materials, video and still productions, performance schedules, program materials, design information, as well as, administrative records of the company including financial statements, year end statements, tax information, lease agreements, annual returns, File contains agendas, minutes, corresponds, reports, director lists, artisitic director's reports, budget, general manager's reports, un-audited year end statement, funding applications, sponsorship information for various seasons and festivals.

Workshop West Theatre
UAA-2019-006
UAA-2019-006 · Accession · 1980-2014
Part of Gordon R Freeman Fonds

The accession consists of non-chemistry research conducted by Gordon r Freeman on a stone structure near Majorville located in South Eastern Alberta. There, Freeman discovered stones arranged by humans. One significant stone structure was identified as a widespread "Temple to the Sun, Moon and Morningstar". During the period 1980-2014, Freeman took many photos (2,000) of the temple and area. These images comprise a significant volume of the accession and were used widely in the seven volume publication: "Temple to the Sun, Moon and Morningstar". The book depicts that indigenous peoples on the Great Plains 5000 years ago had significant scientific knowledge of the motions of the lights in the sky. The records including photographs, field notes, research notes, site excavation information, presentation, conference information and presentations (namely Archeoastronomy conference 1998), correspondence and observations embody the work that led to the writing of two additional books of the site: Canada's Stonehenge (2009) and "Hidden Stonehenge" (2012).

Freeman, Gordon R.
UAA-2019-001 (Robert Layton)
UAA-2019-001 · Accession · 1935-1968

Textual records from Robert (Bob) Layton's years at the University of Alberta, including newspaper clippings, directories, programs, handbooks, playbills etc.

Layton, Robert
UAA-2018-016
Accession · 1962-[2018?]
Part of Gordon Peacock fonds

Textual material consists of various material related to Gordon Peacock's tenure at the University of Texas, Austin Ransom Center and material related to working with Wilfred Watson.

Peacock, Gordon
UAA-2018-013
Accession
Part of Brian Llewellyn Evans fonds

The Dr. Brian Llewellyn Evan fonds is a very rich and diverse acquisition of materials depicting the life and primarily teaching and research career of Brian Evans. The fonds comprises a broad scope of records comprising mainly of textual materials reflective of his teaching, research travel and role as a professor of history, University administrative functions in various roles and his involvement with the Chinese Community in Alberta.

UAA-2018-010
Accession · 1911-1913
Part of Faculty of Medicine fonds

Approximately 5 cm of material comprising three standard blueprints of the Strathcona Hospital (1911-1913) approximately 3' Width by 2' Height. Also includes broad-sheet style newspaper pages: 16 pages from Edmonton Journal 1913, 5 pages from Edmonton News Claim Dealer (1913), 7 pages from Edmonton Daily Bullet (1913). also includes 2 5 x 8 colour photos (no identification).

Wilson and Herald Architects
UAA-2018-006
UAA-2018-006 · Accession · 1968-2012
Part of Austin Mardon fonds

Accession comprises correspondence of Austin Mardon along with publications including articles and manuscripts, notes and research relating to Alberta politics, religion and politicians. The accession also includes records related to Mardon's family history.

Mardon, Austin