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University of Calgary Archives fonds
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Frank Eyck fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0274
  • fonds
  • 1840-2009; predominant 1949-2004

Fonds consists of scholarly research, lecture notes, presentations, essays, book reviews, scholarly and personal correspondence with noted historians and politicians from the early 20th Century to the post WWII years from Great Britain and Germany, some personal correspondence with his parents during his time as a schoolboy, notebooks from his internment and military training, manuscripts of his scholarly publications, photographs and audio recordings of interviews of himself and his wife about their experiences living in Nazi Germany as well as broadcast recordings of interviews of Dr. Eyck’s research subjects. There is extensive original, transcribed
and photocopied correspondence and other materials Eyck compiled on his research subjects for his book on Prince Albert, the Queen Victoria’s consort, and his biography on George Peabody Gooch.

Eyck, Frank

Alan H. MacDonald fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0280
  • fonds
  • [188-]-2010 (predominant 1972-2006)

Fonds consists of records pertaining to Alan MacDonald's roles within the library at the University of Calgary and Dalhousie University, records pertaining to his uncle Wallace (silent film star and Hollywood producer), his father Vincent (lawyer, Dean of Law at Dalhousie University, civil servant, judge), records pertaining to the Calgary Aerospace Museum which MacDonald was actively involved with in retirement, and family-related papers.

MacDonald, Alan H.

University Communications fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0250
  • fonds
  • 1912, 1940-2009

Fonds consists of the University Gazette (1967-1968); Gazette newsletter (1968-2003); photographs which appeared in the Gazette and those not chosen for publication (1988-1992); newsclippings of events or persons related to the University (1945-1981); Olympic files and news releases of changes in programs, departments and personnel, including biographical data on new faculty and staff (1966-1990); general administration, convocation and correspondence files (1965-1984); Distinguished Lecturer Series files (1970-1985, 1988-1990); photographs of University events, people and buildings 1912, 1940-1992, 2 audio cassettes of radio promotions (1988-1989), videos of the television program "University of the Air" (1978), photographs used as an Image Bank, pamphlets, brochures, material relating to the Gazette, and videos, audio tapes, CD-Roms and diskettes produced by the Public Affairs Office. Includes incomplete sets of Quid Novi (1965-1966), Faculty Gazette (1966-1969), and Staff Gazette (1968). Also includes The University Report (1967-1969), UAC Bulletin (1961-1965), Department of Information Bulletin (1979), Faculty Bulletin (1964), Building on the Vision (1991-1994), OnCampus (2003-2004), and OnCampus Quarterly (2003-2004), a biographical file on University President Harvey Weingarten, and files of records relating to two major archaeological excavations undertaken by the University of Calgary (Queen of Sheba and St. Mary's Reservoir). Fonds includes series for Quid Novi?; Faculty Gazette; UAC Bulletin; University Gazette; Staff Gazette; The Faculty Bulletin; Newsletter, Department of Information; University Report; The University of Calgary Bulletin; Building on the Vision; Pamphlets, Public Affairs Office; Pamphlets, External Relations; and Image Bank Collection;

University of Calgary. University Communications

Frederick G. Heymann fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0175
  • fonds
  • 1919, 1930-1973 (gaps exist)

The fonds consists of records created or collected by Dr. Heymann in the course of his varied careers as journalist, historian, and writer. The records include personal correspondence, registration papers and letters of transit during his time as editor before the war, and from his stint as a war correspondent. The records also include drafts and final copies of his scholarly writing, presentations at conferences and symposia, and notes taking during his historical research.

Heymann, Frederick G.

Dr. Richard Forbis fonds

  • CA ACU ARC F0116
  • fonds
  • 1919-1999, predominantly 1950-1988

Fonds consists of personal and professional records created and collected by Dr. Richard Forbis. The records relate to many aspects of Forbis' career as an archaeologist, educator and academic.

Forbis, Richard G. (Richard George)

Victor Mitchell fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0111
  • fonds
  • [192-]-2006

The fonds consists of records created or collected by Dr. Mitchell over the course of his life and his career. The records include school photographs, his work as an actor and director in early productions in high school and while teaching at high schools in British Columbia. The records also document his education at Stanford University and include degrees and certificates, newsclippings, reviews and photographs of productions, and Mitchell’s Master of Arts thesis. The records also reflect Mitchell’s teaching career at the University of Calgary, and his work in establishing various community theatre ventures including the Alternative Theatre Company and the Pumphouse Theatre. The records also include photographs and slides of family, friends, and his trips to Europe and Asia, and three scrapbooks of playbills, newsclippings, reviews, photographs, cards and correspondence.

Mitchell, Victor

Dr Peter Craigie fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0052
  • fonds
  • 1933-1985

Fond consists of records created or received by Craigie during his lifetime including early education, subsequent degrees, teaching and research.

Craigie, Peter C.

Dr. David Lewis fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0152
  • fonds
  • 1933-2005

Fonds consists of records created and collected by Dr David Lewis

Lewis, David

Health Sciences Library fonds.

  • CA ACU ARC F0129
  • fonds
  • 1937-2007 (gaps exist)

Fonds consists of annual reports, minutes of meetings, annual planning documents, procedure manuals, policies, regulations, strategic plans, correspondence, several staff photographs, and records on the 1973 opening of the Health Sciences Centre. Also consists of scrapbooks containing news clippings relating to Calgary and area medical news (1937-1971, gaps exist), and a collection of newsclippings (1955-1979) chronicling medical and health issues of the day, the creation of the Faculty of Medicine, and various issues facing both doctors and faculty members.

University of Calgary. Health Sciences Library

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