Fonds consists of Olympic Planning Committee minutes and correspondence,Olympic Building Committee minutes, project files, Olympic Liaison Committee minutes and Olympic Oval event photographs.Sans titre
Fonds consists of material relating to Polo, the galloping game: an illustrated history of polo in the Canadian west (Cochrane, AB: Western Heritage Centre Society, 2000), including photocopies of research material from various sources, correspondence, photographs and published journals.Sans titre
Collection consists of typescript and holograph manuscripts of mathematical calculations, proofs, notes, diagrams and diary entries; and coloured slides of tiling diagrams of geometric shapes in various combinations and sequences. Mathematical subjects include hexagonal tiling and prime numbers. Titles on binders containing manuscripts include Tile, Twinlock, N-rep presentations, Hex, Penrose pair, N roots, Re-ordering of O-branch sets and Pythagorean (Hex) numbers play.Sans titre
Collection consists of nineteen drawings from the City of Calgary Preliminary Town Planning Scheme by Thomas H. Mawson. The drawings were created by Mawson between 1913 and 1914. The majority of these drawings were used in his book Calgary: A Preliminary Scheme for Controlling the Economic Growth of the City, published in 1914. The collection also includes six drawings from the City of Regina Preliminary Town Planning Scheme. Aside from these original drawings by Mawson, the collection includes various reprographic copies of Mawson records that the CAA had reproduced in 1979 and 1984. These copies include 54 photographs of Calgary taken between 1912 and 1914 by Mawson, correspondence between Mawson and the City of Calgary, along with copies of various articles by Mawson, and 35mm slide copies of the Mawson City of Calgary drawings. The collection has been divided into three series: 1. City of Calgary Preliminary Town Planning Scheme; 2. City of Regina Preliminary Town Planning Scheme; and 3. Reprographic Copies of Various Mawson/Calgary-Related Records.Sans titre
Collection consists of research material relating to K.M. Snow's Maxwell Bates : biography of an artist (Calgary : University of Calgary Press, 1993) including correspondence, interviews, photographs, sound recordings, works by and relating to Maxwell Bates as well as drafts and galley proofs of biography.Sans titre
MsC 226 consists of minutes of the first to eighty-third meetings of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (1963 September 4 - 1971 February 27); Research Bulletin, a compilation of research projects and contracts to be carried out to provide background information for the Royal Commission; A preliminary report of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism; Press reaction to the preliminary report of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism; and several miscellaneous reports and a letter relating to the Commission. Items distributed to Commissioners, among them Commissioner Gertrude Laing, Calgary, Alberta. MsC 333 consists of 3 recorded interviews of G. Laing by Dr. Marion McKenna, November 1, 1978, April 8, 1997 and April 23, 1997; transcript of April 8, 1997 interview; photocopy of a photograph of G. Laing; and Tribute column by Nancy Millar published in the Calgary Herald, January 12, 2006. Filed with MsC 226 (Box 2).Sans titre
Fonds consists of "An Act Respecting the University of Calgary", a report of the commission appointed to consider degree-granting powers, annual calendars, a copy of the architectural plan of university, an invitation to closing ceremonies (1913), a newsclipping, and preliminary announcement containing artist's rendering of proposed university layout.
Collection consists of cards and postcards, some blank, some written, that were gathered by Ingrid Osborne. 12 items total.Sans titre
Collection consists of materials that reflect Morley’s life-long passion for comic art and includes an extensive compilation of comic strips from both comic books and newspapers. Morley was also interested in the history of comic art and maintained a series of reference files on artists and comic art subject matters. The collection also consists of ephemera acquired by Morley that celebrates both comic art and popular culture including posters, fabric, and a calendar.Sans titre
Collection consists of records donated to or acquired by Special Collections that do not belong to other fonds or collections, and that have a focus on mountain culture or exploration.