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W.O. Mitchell fonds

  • CA ACU SPC F0007
  • Fonds
  • 1888-2011

Fonds includes material relating to the life and works of W. O. Mitchell as a writer, teacher, playwright and performer. Included are personal, general and business related correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, stage plays, radio plays, television plays and film scripts; copies and drafts of articles in newspapers and magazines; audio-visual recordings of interviews with Mitchell and dramatizations of Mitchell’s works; promotional material such as posters; teaching records relating to his positions as writer-in-residence and lectures and presentations delivered to academic and primary schools; awards such as honorary degrees; personal records including scrapbooks; financial files including writing contracts and business records; photographs; and an electric typewriter used by Mitchell at his cabin on Mabel Lake, B.C.

Mitchell, William Ormond "W.O."

William Bridges-Adams fonds

  • CA ACU SPC F0073
  • Fonds
  • 1895-1965

Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence, pamphlets and newsclippings relating to Stratford (England) productions and the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, photographs, sketches, set designs, scene plots, working and lighting plots, scripts, programs, manuscripts, notes and proofs of published work. Accession 235/80.13 is letter, 1964 October 18, to I. K. Fletcher declining to review unidentified book by "Gielgud".

Bridges-Adams, William

Western Canada high school

  • Program for Western Canada High School's Annual Concert, music and theatre, Mr. G.F. Beresford, musical director, Calgary, January 30, 1940.
  • Program for the production "The Lamp and the Bell, a medieval drama, presented by Western Canada's High School Dramatics Department, Calgary, [ca. 1941].
  • Program for the production "Our Town," presented by Western Canada High School's Drama Department, directed by Betty Mitchell, Calgary, March 17-20, 1942.

University of Lethbridge

  • Announcement of a North-West Mounted Police Conference commemorating the Centennial of the coming of law and order to western Canada in 1874, jointly sponsored with the Historical Society of Alberta,n to be held at the University of Lethbridge, May 12-15, 1974.
  • Program and registration form for the Mounted Police Conference, a colloquium on the history of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP), jointly sponsored with the Historical Society of Alberta, held at the University of Lethbridge, May 12-15, 1974.
  • Schedule of events for the 1989-1990 Performing Arts Series, a season of concerts, drama and art exhibitions sponsored by the School of Fine Arts, University of Lethbridge.

University of Calgary

  • Program for the Closing Exercises, including a listing of students receiving awards, for the University of Alberta, Calgary, held at Central United Church, Calgary, April 9, 1952.
  • Program for the Official Opening of Buildings on the New Campus of the University of Alberta, Calgary, October 28, 1960.
  • Basketball program, including a schedule of games and short biographies of team payers, for the 1963-64 season of the University of Alberta, Calgary Dinosaurs.
  • Schedule of events and map of the campus for an Open House at the University of Alberta, Calgary, February 18-21, 1965.
  • Program for a Fine Arts Festival, including music and drama presentations, to mark the formal opening of the University Theatre and the Music Wing of Calgary Hall, held at the University of Alberta, Calgary, February 26-March 5, 1966.
  • Program for a Special Convocation for the Installation of Herbert Stoker Armstrong as First President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calgary, April 16, 1966.
  • Announcement of a Special Centennial Convocation for the Conferring of Honourary Degrees and the installation of Honourable Chief Justice C. Campbell McLaurin as Chancellor of the University of Calgary, held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, March 29, 1967.
  • Program for a Special Centennial Convocation for the Conferring of Honourary Degrees and the installation of Honourable Chief Justice C. Campbell McLaurin as Chancellor of the University of Calgary, held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, March 29, 1967.
  • Program for a Special Convocation for the Conferring of the Degree, Doctor of the University of Calgary, on the Right Honourable The Baron Butler of Saffron Walden, held at the University Theatre, May 7, 1968.
  • Program for a Conference on the History of the Canadian Prairies, sponsored by the Department of History, held at MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, February 28-March 1, 1969.
  • Schedule of events for an Open House at the University of Calgary, March 7-9, 1969.
  • Program for a Western Canadian Studies Conference, sponsored by the Department of History, held at MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, February 27-28, 1970.
  • Program for the Department of Drama production of Carlo Goldoni's "The Liar", directed by Richard Courtney, held at the University Theatre, University of Calgary, October 21-24, 1971.
  • Program for an Open House at the University of Calgary, February 5-6, 1972.
  • Program for a concert by the University Chamber Players, sponsored by the Department of Music, held in the University Theatre Foyer at the University of Calgary, March 30, 1972.
  • Program for a performance by the Calgary Renaissance Singers, directed by Anthony G. Petti, with a guitar trio led by Antonio Rivas, tenor Charles Western, soprano Lorill Drummond and John Searchfield on harpsichord, held at University Theatre, University of Calgary, April 15, 1972.
  • Program for the 4th Annual Western Canadian Studies Conference, "The 1920's in Western Canada," sponsored by the Department of History, held in the Engineering Building, University of Calgary, March 3-4, 1972.
  • Program for the Festival '72 opera production "The Tenor," held at University Theatre, University of Calgary, March 10-12, 1972.
  • Announcement and program for the University of Calgary's Convocation for the Conferring of Degrees, with lists of graduates, held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, June 2, 1972.
  • Program for the University of Calgary's Convocation for the Conferring of Degrees, with lists of graduates, held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, May 31, 1974.
  • Program for the University Concert Series presentation by La Galliade, a group dedicated to recreating music of the baroque period, with muscians Janet See on traverso and recorder, David Dutton on baroque oboe and Beverly Biggs on harpsicord, held at the University of Calgary, 1975.
  • Invitation to attend the first talk in the Distinguished Lecturers Centennial Series, "Holding up the Mirror to the Kaleidoscope" by Dr. Hugh MacLennan, Canadian historian from McGill University, held in MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, January 28, 1975.
  • Program for "Frontier Calgary - Town, City and Region, 1875-1914", a History Conference commemorating the Centennial of Calgary, jointly sponsored by the Department of History and the Chinook Country Chapter of the Historical Ssociey of Alberta, held in the Engineering Building, University of Calgary, May 9-10, 1975.
  • Program for a performance by Maureen Forrester, contralto in concert, with accompanists Yehudi Wyner and Eric Friedenberg, on the occasion of the meeting of the International Music Council Executive, presented in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, held at the University Theatre, University of Calgary, September 25, 1975.
  • Program for a Department of Music concert, featuring Lise Elson on violin and Margaret Brink on piano, held at the University Theatre, University of Calgary, March 23, 1976.
  • Program for the 9th Annual Western Canadian Studies Conference, "One Century Later - The Native Peoples of Western Canada Since the Making of the Treaties", sponsored by the Department of History, held in MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, February 18-19, 1977.
  • Invitation for the official presentation of the Library of Margaret Hess, held in the Library Tower, University of Calgary, October 28, 1977.
  • Program and notes for a Senior Composition Recital, featuring the work of Douglas Geoffrey Bell, sponsored by the Department of Music, held at the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Calgary, March 28, 1978.
  • Invitation to attend a Special Convocation for the installation of Norman Ernest Wagner as President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Calgary, held in the University Theatre, September 26, 1978.
  • Program for the Special Convocation for the installation of Norman Ernest Wagner as President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Calgary, held in the University Theatre, September 26, 1978.
  • Program for the University of Calgary's Convocation for the Conferring of Degrees, with lists of graduates, held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, November 3, 1978.
  • Program for the Special Convocation for the installation of J. Louis Lebel as Fourth Chancellor of the University of Calgary, held at University Theatre, November 30, 1978.
  • Program for the 11th Annual Western Canadian Studies Conference, "The Dirty Thirties in Prairie Canada", sponsored by the Department of History, held at the Science Theatre Complex, University of Calgary, February 23-24, 1979.
  • Program for a Spring Concert by the Calgary Renaissance Singers, directed by Anthony Petti, with a guest appearance by the Calgary Reniassance Dancers, directed by Una Lennam, presented by the Division of Continuing Education, held at University Theatre, University of Calgary, [ca. 1970s-1980s].
  • Program for the 12th Annual Western Canadian Studies Conference, "The New Provinces - Alberta and Saskatchewan (1905-1980) - 75th Diamond Jubilee", sponsored by the Department of History, held at MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, February 15-16, 1980.
  • Program for the seminar, "Women and Pensions: Problems & Prospects", sponsored by NAC Trust in co-operation with the Western Women's Committee for Pension Reform and the University of Calgary, held at the Westin Inn, Calgary, November 28, 1981.
  • "Arts/Notes", a schedule of events - including art exhibits and performances of music, drama and dance - sponsored by the Faculty of Fine Arts, held at University Theatre, University of Calgary, September and October, 1987.

University of Alberta

  • Program for the celebration of "The Shakespeare Tercentenary 1616-1916", held at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, 1916.
  • Program for Une Soiree Dramatique, featuring the plays "Le Poulailler" and "Un Caprice", presented by Cercle Francais de L'Universite de L'Alberta, Edmonton, March 19, 1931.
  • Program for the Philharmonic Society of the University of Alberta presentation, "Iolanthe", a comic opera, conducted by Mr. Atha Paul Andrewe, held at Western Canada High School Auditorium, Calgary, February 2-3, 1940.
  • Program for the Philharmonic Society of the University of Alberta presentation of "The Mikado," a comic opera, conducted by Walter Holowach, held at the Western Canada High School Auditorium, Calgary, February 7-8, 1941.
  • Program for the University of Alberta's Thirty-fifth Annual Convocation for the Awarding of Prizes, Scholarships and Medals and the Conferring of Degrees, held at McDougall Auditorium, Edmonton, May 15, 1945.
  • Program for the Fifth Annual Concert of the University of Alberta Mixed Chorus, conducted by Richard S. Eaton, held at Knox United Church, Calgary, February 2-3, 1950.
  • Program for the Alberta Conference on Alcohol Studies, co-sponsered by the Alcoholism Foundation of Alberta and the Department of Extension of the University of Alberta, held at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, August 21-26, 1955.
  • Program for a performance by the University of Alberta String Quartet in aid of the Jeanette Whitney Memorial Scholarship Fund, with Thomas Rolston and Marguerite Marzantowicz on violin, Quenten Doolittle on viola and Talmon Herz on cello, held at the Allied Arts Theatre, Calgary, April 28, 1963.
  • Program for the Western Board of Music Recitals and Presentation of Awards and Diplomas, includes list of awards and names of award winners, held at the Allied Arts Centre, Calgary, November 22, 1963.
  • Program and registration form for an Archives Training Course, offered by the School of Library Science with the cooperation of the Provincial Archives of Alberta and the University of Alberta Archives, held at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, July 3 to August 10, 1973.
  • Invitation to attend the ceremonies for the restoration and reopening of Pembina Hall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, November 28, 1975.

Travel Alberta

  • Bi-monthly schedules of events for Alberta, celebration of its 75th Anniversary, June - August, 1980, (6 items).
  • Schedule of events for all of Alberta, celebration of its 75th Anniversary, Fall of 1980.

Theresa M. Siegal

Program for a Dramatic Art Recital by the students of Theresa M. Siegel, assisted by Joyce Cheal on piano, and Jack Cheal on violin, held at the Central United Church, Calgary, June 5, 1934.

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