The fonds consists of research files on the history of the Jewish community in western Canada (predominately in Calgary and Southern Alberta), as well as records of Jack Switzer's involvement in various Jewish organizations, including the Jewish Historical Society of Southern Alberta. Subjects for the history of the Jewish community include: Arts, Business, Education, Personal name files, Politics, Religion, Zionism, and others.Sem título
Fonds consists of correspondence, membership lists, constitution, minutes, newsletters and other material relating to business functions of the Society.Sem título
Subseries consists of general administrative records for the Program of Dance such as minutes, correspondence, budgets, and other material.
Subseries consists of proposals for the BFA (Dance) degree which was approved in 1985 and the subsequent proposal for the BA (Dance Studies) programme launched in 1995, as well as material related to both proposals and future plans for the Program of Dance.
Collection has been artificially created by combining four bookplate accessions.
The fonds consists of administrative records, ANIW projects, and newsletters.Sem título
The fonds consists of minutes, newsletters, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, photograph albums, etc. for the chapters of Beta Sigma Phi in Calgary, Alberta.Sem título
Fonds consists of material related Douglas and Hilda Doherty's personal lives and careers, theatrical productions and events they were involved in or attended, and an interview by Douglas Doherty regarding theatre history in 1971 which includes television and movie scripts, photographs, play scripts and programs, scrapbooks, and audiovisual material. Doug and Hilda were involved with the Northside Players, Calgary Civic Theatre, Arts & Letters Club, Musical Theatre of Calgary, the University of Calgary Department of Drama, among other theatrical companies.Sem título
Fonds consists of the records of the Division of Dance, referred to as the Program of Dance, in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at the University of Calgary. Includes administrative records, material about the programming and associated promotion and publicity, and audiovisual material. Productions include Mainstage, Dance-at-Noon, Summerdance, the Olympic Arts Festival, and the Canada Pavilion at Expo '86. There is also material for the Urban Dance Project, offering junior level courses for non-dance majors and to strengthen the Program of Dance's relationship with the broader communitiesSem título
Fonds consists of photographs, posters, videotapes, and textual records pertaining to Dance Montage events. Textual records include programmes, annual files detailing program of dance and participants, invitation lists, and other related material.Sem título