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University of Calgary Archives
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MacDonald and Durney familes

Series consists of records gathered by MacDonald relating to his family history including genealogical records on Clan Donald, poetry and correspondence of Hilda, his mother, a scrapbook of Harry Durney, maternal uncle and priest, and records from MacDonald’s Celebration of Life.

Wallace MacDonald

Series consists of records gathered by MacDonald on his uncle Wallace Archibald MacDonald, silent film star and movie producer. Records include research sources prepared in chronological order by MacDonald, and copies of newspaper and magazine clippings, reviews, notices, publicity shots and production stills sent by Wallace. Records also include scrapbooks related to Wallace’s career, and movie posters.

Ephemera and electronic records

Series consists of a caricature print of Alden Nowlan signed by Isaac Bickerstaff (Don Evans) with a note to MacDonald, buttons collected by MacDonald of conferences, meetings and places he visited, and CDs containing research related to Wallace MacDonald, the MacDonald family history, and electronic records from MacDonald’s career at the University of Calgary.

Vincent MacDonald

Series consists of records gathered by MacDonald on his father Vincent Christopher MacDonald, lawyer, law professor, Dean of Law at Dalhousie University, civil servant and judge. Records include correspondence with the Dalhousie University Archives relating to the papers that MacDonald had deposited and a student prize MacDonald had set up in his father’s name, convocation booklet for Vincent and correspondence with his wife Hilda, and photographs.

Teaching

The series consists of records created or gathered in support of teaching of both undergraduate and graduate courses.

Other teaching

Subseries consists of exam questions, course bibliographies, lecture notes, overheads and background reference and reading materials for other courses including: “Problems in Canadian Regional Development;” “History of Canada;” “Studies in Canadian Urban History;” “Popular Culture in Victorian Canada;” “The Balkans;” and “Immigration and Canadian Multiculturalism.”

Research and reference

Series consists of background research and reference materials gathered by Foran during the research into projects, books, and articles. Records include copies of related articles, handwritten notes from visits to libraries and archives, copies of archival records. Some files contain typescripts of works resulting from the research.

Personal

Series consists of three folders, one of which contains photographs of Foran golfing, a group of identified individuals, and what appears to be Grant MacEwan and his grandsons. One folder contains typescripts of short stories written by Foran (“The Cut Stone”) and his wife, Heather MacEwan Foran (“Topa’s Gift”) that they entered into a short story competition in 1984. Foran would later become an adjudicator for submissions to a Junior Competition for “Write’em Cowboy” when he worked for the Western Heritage Centre in the late 90s.

The last folder consists of handwritten and typescript notes that appear to be from Foran’s contribution to the publication “A Century of Grant MacEwan: Selected Writings,” with entries from MacEwan’s journals of 1927. The folder also consists of a birthday poem for MacEwan (1982) and a sepia print mounted on cardboard showing the construction of the Alberta Legislature. Two dates are written on the back: 1906 and 1911.

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