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- CA ACU SPC F0106
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscript scores of compositions for concert band, full orchestra, string and chamber orchestras, chorus, accompanied voice and various chamber ensembles; manuscripts of lectures; published work; programs of recitals and concerts featuring compositions by J. Anderson-Wuensch; and newsclippings of articles about the composer.
- CA ACU SPC F0102
- ca. 1917-1997
Fonds consists of correspondence; research material; manuscripts of books on North American folk music and radio scripts for CBC Wednesday Night for which R. Johnston selected, arranged and conducted the music; manuscript scores of orchestral, instrumental, choral, operatic and chamber works, as well as incidental music for the theatre and folk music arranged by R. Johnston; material relating to R. Johnston's research and collection of folklore and folk songs, including reports of his folk song collection in Saskatchewan and Mennonite Ontario, transcripts of oral history tapes and sound cassettes describing the folklore collection; biographical and other information on various musicians; photographs; and material relating to musical organizations, such as the Alberta Composers' Association and the International Society for Music Education, with which R. Johnston was affiliated. Accession 881/11.3 consists of material relating to the publications of R. Johnston's book Folk songs North America sings: a source book for all teachers (Toronto: E.C. Kerby, 1984).
- CA ACU SPC F0113
Fonds consists of manuscripts of radio scripts for the series The Music of...; research material, including A. Sangster's notes on hundreds of musical recordings, chiefly classical; audio reels of some programs in the series, interviews and miscellaneous musical selections.
- CA ACU SPC F0112
Fonds consists of correspondence and financial records; published work; sound recordings; concert programs; newsclippings of articles about W. A. McCauley; manuscripts of music sketches, scores and instrumental parts. Compositions include incidental music for stage, radio, television and film; works for orchestra, concert band, chamber ensembles, chorus and voice; and educational pieces for piano. Shotlists and commentaries accompany some incidental music.
- CA ACU SPC F0110
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts, ranging from notes and sketches to full scores, of orchestral, chamber and choral music as well as manuscripts of lectures and radio scripts about various Canadian composers; material about N. Beecroft and her career including items from her early education, newsclippings, articles, brochures and programmes; sound recordings of compositions by N. Beecroft, as well as of interviews, documentaries and tapes produced by Norma Beecroft Sound Inc. including master tapes for several Stratford Festival productions; videocassettes from the National Choreographic Seminar at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, 1980; correspondence, financial records and other material relating to Beecroft/Maki Productions and to various music programs such as Ten Centuries Programs, Music of Today and Passage of the 20th Century, with which N. Beecroft was associated, particularly at CJRT-FM Radio, Toronto, Ontario; proposals, conferences, committees and workshops in which N. Beecroft was involved; material relating to Norma Beecroft Sound Inc.; and other miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0097
Fonds consists of letters from family and friends; memorabilia; material relating to the Ranchmen's Club; diary, 1906-1913, written by Katherine Ballentine Coutts (1854-1929), G.B. Coutts's mother, in the same volume with text on legal matters which is in a different and unidentified hand, possibly that of John B. Coutts, G.B. Coutts's father; and letters and newsclippings removed from books donated to the University of Calgary Library from G.B. Coutts's book collection.
Coutts, George Ballentine
- CA ACU ARC F0269
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes and reference material. Includes faculty and general correspondence files; records related to the Academic Pension Plan, collective bargaining, arbitration briefs and agreements, and salaries and benefits; records related to space and buildings; committee files such as Institutional Priorities and Planning Committee and the Interprovincial Committee on University Rationalization; legal records on the Vinogradov case (1978) and other legal files; Academic Program Committee minutes and subject files; University Planning Committee files; administrative subject files; budget and financial material; GPC manuals; GFC handbooks; academic department "unit" reviews; and appointment, promotion, and dismissal records.
University of Calgary. Office of the Vice-President (Academic)
- CA ACU ARC F0265
Fonds consists of administrative and exhibition records of the Nickle Galleries, formerly the Nickle Arts Museum. Fonds includes photographs, posters, and sound recordings including interviews and conversations with artists.
University of Calgary. Nickle Arts Museum
- CA ACU SPC F0091
Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; diaries, journals and writer's logs; research material; manuscripts and page and galley proofs of stage, radio and television plays, fiction and prose; playbills; reviews; photographs; and published work.
- CA ACU SPC F0142
Fonds consists of correspondence and manuscripts of poems, poetry collections, novels, short stories, prose, articles, book reviews, columns, essays and speeches. Also includes journals, notebooks and daytimers; university files including creative writing assignments and teaching-related material; Federation of British Columbia files; Vancouver Industrial Writers Union files including manuscripts for poetry anthology Shop talk edited by Z. Landale; articles, reviews and other material about Z. Landale and her family; material relating to conferences, courses and readings; miscellaneous material; works by others; and published works. Accession 933/13.32 includes records that are additions to existing series: Federation of British Columbia Writers (an award for service acknowledging Landale's presidency, 1989); Works about (articles, catalogues and reviews, 2008-2010); Daytimers and notebooks (2007-2010); Journals (including descriptions of Landale's travels in British Columbia and to New York, and reflections on faith). The accession also consists of personal and business correspondence and manuscript materials for the young adult novel, "Waterlight." A new series is included in this accession on Editing and includes records related to Landale's role as compiler and editor of the anthology "Slice Me Some Truth" (2008-2009).