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- CA ACU GBA F2648
- [ca. 1983-1988]
The fonds consists of administrative records, programs, and miscellany.
Seniors' Showcase Society
- CA ACU GBA F2632
- [ca. 1911-1913]
The fonds consists of architectural plans of the Mount Royal house, designed by Calgary architects, Holman and Gotch.
- CA ACU GBA F2631
- [ca. 1920-1960]
The fonds consists of Chautauqua programs, vaudeville contracts and programs, and photographs of musical performances.
Smith, Beatrice Louise
- CA ACU GBA F2624
- [ca, 1959-1969]
The fonds consists of a scrapbook relating to her musical training with Norma Piper Pocaterra. Also includes booklets, brochures, and photographs related to Pocaterra, businesses, churches, music, and pharmacies.
- CA ACU GBA F2612
The fonds consists of programs and photographs of various orchestras in which he played.
- CA ACU GBA F2605
- 1935-2000, predominant 1955-2000
The fonds consists of professional files related to various architectural and planning projects; the Winter Cities Association; the Plus 15 pedestrian walkways and various writings, proposals and studies including a small amount related to the University of Calgary. There are files and drawings for projects related to the development of Calgary, especially downtown, including projects both realized (the Clarence block; Lancaster building and the Plus15 pedestrian walkway system) and unrealized (Calgary Civic Centre and Stephen Square, for which there is an architectural model in the collection). Other architecture projects are varied and include work done in China, Canada, the United States, his own home in Calgary and an extensive amount on the Kleiner residence in Bragg Creek, his last architecture project. There is a large collection of material related to Frank Lloyd Wright and Hanen’s Taliesin experiences. Winter Cities Association files include a nearly complete set of publications, conference and workshop material. Harold Hanen developed theories of planning, public space, community development, pedestrian movement and seasonal responsiveness in architecture which were not always realized in built form, but many building, planning, writings and reference files contain reflections on these theories in the form of articles, handwritten notes, photographs, slides and newsclippings. He was also involved in the development of the Plus 15 system and wrote on its history and cultural potential. There is a small amount of personal material including the proceeding from his lawsuit against the City of Calgary. Arranged into fourteen series: Personal and Family; Awards and Recognition; Community Involvement; Frank Lloyd Wright; Writings and Correspondence; Promotional Material; Plus 15 Pedestrian Walkway; Climatic Adaptability and Planning; Winter Cities Association; Building Projects; Planning Projects; Drawings; and Reference Material, including texts, slides and photographs and books.
- CA ACU GBA F2583
The fonds consists of correspondence and contracts with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, constitution and programs of the Music Coterie club, newsclippings, a program for a Kathleen Parlow recital , programs from Calgary Symphony Orchestra, Mount Royal College Symphony Orchestra, Alberta Philharmonic Orchestra, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the annual Calgary performance of Handel’s “Messiah”, and various other Alberta musical events. Also includes souvenir tinted photographs of the Canadian Rockies, and souvenir black and white photographs of Glacier National Park in Montana .
- CA ACU GBA F2582
The fonds consists of programs, brochures, pamphlets and posters documenting the Rocky Mountain Singers and the gay and lesbian community of Calgary.
- CA ACU GBA F2546
The fonds consists of diaries, one volume per year (1916-1981); and her memoirs written ca. 1967-1971. The 1920 diary describes preparations to emigrate, the voyage to Canada, the train trip across the country to Alberta, and her family's life in Calgary, including setting up house and finding jobs.
- CA ACU GBA F2537
- [ca. 1890-1975]
The fonds consists of an anti-alcohol card (ca. 1948) and Norm’s research notes and recorded interviews related to the writing of the book Bands by the Bow (ca. 1975); photographs of the Draper family (ca. 1904), South Ward School (1905), Central School (1906), the staff of the Trader’s Bank of Canada in Stettler, Alberta (ca. 1909), and the 191st Battalion; and many collected photographs of bands in Calgary.