479 Archival description results for Women
479 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
- CA ACU GBA F0593
The fonds consists of Noel's diary (1910); Foothills Ranche cashbooks, ledgers and inventories (1902-1914); Lorna's photograph albums of the Park Ranch, family and school (1912-1914); Lorna's postcards (1905-1906); and Noel's photograph albums regarding service in the 13th CMR (1915).
Cox, A. Noel
- CA ACU GBA F1673
- 1890-1989, predominant 1928-1972
The fonds consists of personal and family correspondence, speeches, lectures, newsclippings, programs, photographs and tax returns; legal client files; and minutes, correspondence and business papers of the many organizations in which he was active.
Shumiatcher, Abraham Isaac
- CA ACU GBA F0587
- 1860-1954, predominant 1880-1943
The fonds consists of scrapbook about the Dowling and Costigan families, and her musical career (1883-1943), personal correspondence (1939-1950), letters from her father (1880), and miscellaneous programs (including funeral program for Donald A. Smith, Lord Strathcona, 1914) and newsclippings.
Costigan, Ada Philomene
- CA ACU GBA F1068
The fonds consists of miscellaneous family correspondence, certificates, calling cards, invoices and memorabilia; and photographs of the family, Pincher Creek and Waterton.
Kemmis, Ada Louise
- CA ACU GBA F2864
- [ca. 1900-1936]
The fonds consists of historical articles written by Beaton about these Calgary pioneers and topics: C.J. Duggan, Alfred S. McKay, buffalo bones, George Elliott, Henry La Riviere, Robert Barker, John Herron, Father Leon Joseph Desire Doucet, Charlie Youan, J.H. Turner, John Franklin, Herb Millar, Isaac Ellwood, and Amos Wilkins. Includes a letter written to Ada by a daughter of Howard Pratt, telling of people and places in downtown Calgary. Also includes photographs of early Calgary.
- CA ACU GBA F0008
- 1900-1965, predominant 1900-1950
The fonds consists of a photocopy of the diary of Annie Adams, Sr. (1920-1923); photographs of the Lockhart, Adams, Patterson and Austin families (early 1900s, 1965); G.R. Austin's notebook as a Canadian firefighter in England (1940s); and slides of the Calgary Stampede (1950).
- CA ACU ARC F0115
Fonds consists of records created by the Advisor to the President on Women's Issues and the President's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women. These include subject files, the reports "Daycare Expansion" and "Women in the '90's", newspaper clippings and background research materials into topics such as employment equity, sexual harassment, and date rape, final report from the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) on the Aleksandra Vinogradov discrimination hiring case, surveys, pamphlets, and minutes of meetings of the Status of Women Committee (1977-1989), and records pertaining to a Gender Equity Project undertaken by the Adviser.
University of Calgary. Advisor to the President on Women's Issues
- CA ACU GBA F0594
- 1885-1973, predominant 1885-1913
The fonds consists of A.E.'s teaching certificates and agreements, and homestead documents; photographs of the Willock and Cox families, and Pincher Creek area and personalities; recorded reminiscences of Mabel Cox Sykes about her family and nursing (1973); and A.E.'s extensive correspondence as Dominion Land sub-agent (1897- 1907) and as agent for the Calgary and Edmonton Land Company (1899-1911). Includes minutes of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, Castle View Lodge No. 43 (1903-1905). Also includes list of lands for sale on the Peigan reserve (1913).
- CA ACU GBA F0609
- 1836-1987, predominant 1890-1987
The fonds consists of extensive correspondence between A.E. Cross and Helen Cross (1899-1928); correspondence of A.E. Cross pertaining to the brewery, ranch, personal matters, and organizations in which he was active (1890-1932); correspondence of J.B. Cross regarding the brewery, ranch and personal matters (1933-1937); A7 Ranche business correspondence (1913-1943); Calgary Brewing and Malting Company business correspondence (1892-1906); Helen's correspondence and records of organization in which she was active (1880-1944); correspondence and school records of the Cross children (1912-1948); family memorabilia (1892-1949); correspondence and business records of Sandy Cross and Rothney Farm (1935-1987); and extensive photographs of the Cross family, the A7 Ranche, and Rothney Farm.
- CA ACU GBA F0938
The fonds consists of personal correspondence, fan mail (including letters from Nellie McClung), copies of her poetry, short stories and articles, rough drafts of Through the Years, publications containing her writings, and newsclippings and scrapbooks pertaining to her work. Includes one file of poems by her daughter, Sylvia Allan. Also consists of photographs of the Hill family and mountain and Klondike views. Includes correspondence with George Garbutt while he was serving overseas during the Second World War.
Hill, Agnes Isabel Aston