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- CA ACU SPC C0001
Collection consists of one album containing 530 autographs from leading 19th century figures, chiefly British. List of contents at end of album. Holograph.
- CA ACU SPC C0002
Collection consists of framed, matted reproductions of drawings, paintings and photographs of prominent 19th century Canadian statesmen. Includes George Brown, Robert Borden, Sir Wilfred Laurier, Edward Blake, Sir Georges Etienne Cartier, Robert Baldwin, Sir John A. Macdonald, Sir Richard John Cartwright and Lord Durham. Versos of items contain holograph notes about the statesmen and identify some of original artists.
Edmanson, R. M.
- CA ACU ARC C0003
Fonds consists of b&w and colour photographs, negatives, and slides depicting various university events and university staff. Many photographs are duplicates and are identified with an accession number. Many of the photographs have the people and events identified and the provenance is mentioned for some.
- CA ACU SPC C0003
Collection consists of reproductions of paintings, drawings, etchings and photographs of celebrated 14th to 20th century European and North American authors. Items mounted on mattes and identified with authors' names. Pictures occasionally contain information about the original work of art from which the reproduction was made. Includes several pictures of some authors and holograph notes by unidentified author, commenting on the pictures.
Castell, William R. (William Rentoul)
- CA ACU SPC C0004
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).
Laing, Gertrude M.
- CA ACU ARC C0004
Collection consists of photographs of honorary degree recipients and accompanying citations.
- CA ACU ARC C0005
- 19 -- - 19--
Fonds consists of published material - reports etc, and some unpublished items such as a scrap book and unpublished papers.
- CA ACU SPC C0005
File consists of manuscripts of two works tracing the history of Mennonites in Russia and their emigration to North America; and two booklets about Mennonites. Item 1 titled Vor 40 Jahren in Ruszland (136 p.). Item 2, untitled, explores the history of Russian Mennonites, ca. 1870-1950; item includes table of contents and twenty chapters (ca. 1080 p.); first chapter titled Aus der Volkischen Vorgeschichte der ruszlandischen Mennoniten. Items 3 and 4 titled respectively Eichenfeld-Dubowka by Heinrich Toews and Aus Schwerer Zeit by Jakob F. Isaak; both booklets undated.
Hildebrand, Jakob J.
- CA ACU SPC C0006
- 1959, 1971-1974
File consists of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio production script of Lovelier than May by R.S. James, with music composed and conducted by Morris Surdin (part of CBC Summer Fallow series); and programs for Shevchenko Ensemble concerts which include works by M. Surdin with lyrics by R.S. James.
James, Jean M.
- CA ACU ARC C0007
- 1906, 1911, 1923-1950
Collection consists of Calgary Normal School yearbooks: Sourvenir (1911); The Comet (1923-1924, 1924-1925); The Yearbook (1926-1927); The Normal Light (1927-1928); Year book (1928-1929, 1930-1931, 1931-1932); The Optimist (1932-1933); The Normal Broadcast (1933-1934); and The Chinook (1934-1945). Includes "Chronicle", popularly known as the "Domesday Book", created by Normal School students and including valedictory speeches, essays on each school year, and a chronicle of events from 1906 to 1936. Also includes photographs of school choirs and choral society (1938, 1941-1943); a recorded interview with teacher, Mr. [V.] Graham; a photograph of the first class (1906); and miscellany.
Calgary Normal School