Fonds consists of department history including growth statistics, staff, funding, annual reports, pamphlets, brochures, information on special events, and a history of the multidiscliplinary biochemistry group. Fonds includes series for Annual Reports, and Pamphlets.Sem título
Fonds consists of Dean's Office records (1959-1986); Associate Dean (Academic) records including correspondence and reports from various Committees (1961-1986); Faculty of Education Council minutes (1945-1977); Faculty of Education Council (Edmonton) minutes (1963-1964, 1969, 1978-1979); minutes of the Faculty of Education Staff meetings (1959-1963); Director of Practicum records (1966-1974); Associate Dean (Administration) records including correspondence, reports, minutes (1950-1973); and Associate Dean (Student Affairs) correspondence (1966-1974). Also consists of Dean's Executive Advisory Committee minutes (1988-1994); issues of "The Journal of Educational Thought" (JET) (1967-1982), "Faculty News" (1980-1983), "Express Ed" (1985), "Practicum News" (1976-1992), annual bibliographies (1986-1994) and pamphlets. Fonds includes series for Course Outlines, Research Bulletin, Pamphlets, Newsletters, Practicum Newsletter, and Annual Bibliography.Sem título
The fonds consists of minutes, agendas, correspondence, reports, proposals and related material. The fonds is arranged into four series: (1) Faculty of Arts and Science Council (2) Faculty of Arts and Science Executive Council (3) Committees (4) Correspondence.Sem título
Fonds consists of administrative files including minutes of Information Services Council and its executive committee; minutes of other committees within the Division and of university committees in which the Division of Information Services had an interest; reports from heads of Divisions and from outside agencies; annual reports of the Division of Information Services; correspondence with other university units and other universities.Sem título
Fonds consists of correspondence with various businesses, the City of Calgary and dignitaries involved in the 25th Anniversary celebrations; correspondence with all the Faculties and Departments regarding their activities; plans, schedules and reports from the University Open House in October; material on the Imperial Oil Lectures. Also includes two posters, one from the Visions anniversary book and one from the Nickle Arts Museum. Also includes various ephemera: pins, t-shirt, plaques, ribbon and a framed proclamation from the City.Sem título
Fonds consists of files covering all aspects of Student Affairs including student surveys, International Exchange files, Native Centre, University Health Services, University Counselling Services, and Student Awards and Financial Aid files; GFC committee files; records related to Student Affairs/Division of Student Personnel Services/Student and Academic Services units and subject files (1967-2001); Special Project files delegated from VP(Academic) (1976-1980); subject files (1967-2002); annual reports (1978-1979); records of W.F.M. Stewart when he served as Vice-President (Academic); files on the Faculty of Business and the Task Force on the Split of Arts and Science (1974-1979); issues of "Praxis"; pamphlets; and records on the Students' Union budget, the University Centre Commission, University Theatre Committee, the Worth Commission Report (1965-1973), National Survey of Student Engagement, and the Enhancing Undergraduate Learners' Experience project (1996-2003).Sem título
The fonds consists of John Peter Lee Roberts’ personal papers and records from his professional and academic career and involvement in the art music community spanning the years 1940 to 2015, however, the bulk of the records fall within the 1950s to the 1990s.
Evidenced in the fonds in particular is John Roberts’ work at the CBC, the Canadian Music Centre, the Canadian Music Council and the International Music Council, as well as his advisory role with the CRTC. There are reports and internal correspondence within the CBC documenting Roberts work as architect of programs, policy maker and as decision maker in leadership roles in the development of festivals and performances which include CBC concert programs, from the 1950s to the early 1980s. There is a significant volume of CBC correspondence between him and Canadian composers regarding the commissioning of works, performance and recording of commissioned works and about their developing careers. Among the composers are Murray Adaskin, Bruce Mather, R. Murray Schafer, Norma Beecroft, John Weinzweig, Barbara Pentland, Serge Garant, Istvan Anhalt, Harry Somers, and John Beckwith. There is also correspondence with Yehudi Menuhin with whom he and Gould worked, as well as musicians of note, such as Maureen Forester and Robert Craft.
There are files on Igor Stravinsky’s visits to Toronto in the 1960s which include photographs, correspondence with Stravinsky and Robert Craft, copies of scores, concert programs, news clippings, and articles. As well as, there are files on Roberts’ and Glenn Gould’s development of radio and TV documentaries.
Roberts’s research and writing is documented in files containing reference material, drafts and copies of presentations, papers, and publications, notably from his academic career, and also include research files on his M.A. thesis on the development of music, draft chapters and a copy of the thesis. Roberts’ work to preserve and promote Gould’s legacy after his death are evidenced in numerous research files and correspondence about his Gould’s letter publishing projects, and the establishment of the Glenn Gould Foundation and Prize and its early adjudication. Robert’s involvement as cofounder of the Toronto International Festival is documented in many file containing correspondence, proposals, budgets and reports. There are photographs, both candid shots and professionally produced which show Roberts in company of composers and other members of the Canadian and international music community in the 1960s to the 1980s. There are also files from his work with national and international associations in particular from his work with the Canadian Music Council and Canadian Music Centre and the International Music Council. The series CBC is by far the largest with a volume of 5.2 m and consists mainly of corporate CBC records which Roberts chose to retain and took with him when he left the CBC and which have therefore survived filling large gaps in the administrative records of the CBC acquired by the former National Archives.Sem título
Collection includes original drawings and textual records relating to the Lancaster Building located at 8 Avenue and 2 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta.Sem título
Fonds consists of archival material included as inserts or sent along with the books donated by M. Orbach. Includes: manuscripts and published poems by, and correspondence with, Rienzi Crusz; correspondence (including email) with and poems by many other Canadian poets such as Henri Beissel, Anne Cimon, Chris Faiers, Ralph Gustavson, David Helwig, Susan Ioannou, Irving Layton, Seymour Mayne and Sharon H. Nelson; interviews by M. Orbach with Sharon H. Nelson and Artie Gold; broadsides by Mavis Jones, John Newlove, Jay Rugesky, Fred Wah and Dale Zieroth; publishers' press releases; reading notices; bookmarks and book wraps; poem cards; and miscellaneous items removed from books.Sem título
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscript scores of compositions for organ, piano, violin and piano, chorus, and solo voice; programs for various recitals and concerts, some relating to Eunice M. Coutts; newsclippings of articles about G. Coutts; scrapbook; and published work.Sem título