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            Ann Hall fonds
            PR1907 · Fonds · 1898-2004

            The fonds consists of Dr. Ann Hall's research material for her book The Girl and the Game: A History of Women's Sport in Canada. The fonds includes newspaper and magazine clippings, theses and dissertations, profiles of various athletes and athletic organizations, copies of materials from various archives and the Sports Hall of Fame.

            Hall, M. Ann
            PR3676 · Fonds · 1987-2004

            The fonds consists of registration and dissolution documents, constitutions, bylaws, contracts, agreements, membership information, grievance files, policy documents, minutes, agendas, reports, correspondence, executive files, news releases, faculty handbooks, negotiation documents, committee documents, and files related to the merger of Augustana with the University of Alberta and the subsequent merger of AUCFA members with the Association of Academic Staff.

            Augustana University Faculty Association
            Bowker family fonds
            PR0339 · Fonds · 1927-1998

            The fonds consists of records created by Marjorie Bowker and Wilbur Bowker. These papers show their involvement in legal, social and political issues in Alberta and Canada. The fonds holds family papers, speeches and writings, material created by Marjorie Bowker’s position as a judge, media interviews and various photo albums. The fonds includes two series: Marjorie Bowker records and Wilbur Bowker records.

            Bowker, Wilbur F.
            B.T. Stephanson fonds
            PR2817 · Fonds · 1965

            The fonds consists of a history of the Department of Agricultural Engineering at the University of Alberta written in 1965 by B.T. Stephanson. The fonds also includes a biography of John Macgregor Smith, the first head of the Department of Agricultural Engineering.

            Stephanson, B.T.
            Campbell family fonds
            PR3414 · Fonds · 1900-1992

            The fonds consists of material created by John, Ruby, and Donald K. Campbell and includes mathematics manuscripts, poetry, correspondence, memoirs, and photographs related to Edmonton sites and events, the First World War, the University of Alberta, the Alaska Highway, and Northwestern Utilities.

            Campbell family
            Cecil Scott Burgess fonds
            PR2978 · Fonds · 1895 - 1951

            The fonds reflects Cecil Scott Burgess architectural career and includes materials created by Cecil Scott Burgess including drawings of sundials dating from 1927 to 1939; measured detailed drawings of features of mosaics, churches, libraries and furniture of churches and Cathedrals in Europe dating from the 1890s to the 1930s; plans of Canadian Battlefield Memorials; plans and drawings of the Seminary of St. Sulpice in Montreal dating from 1905; stencils, brass rubbings, and charts; and plans for Lancashire Town Hall dating from 1894.

            Burgess, Cecil Scott
            PR3827 · Fonds · 1971-2018

            The fonds consists of records that were created and maintained by Claudette and Denis Tardif which document their entire careers from the early 1970’s to 2018.

            Tardif, Claudette and Denis
            Cy and Mary Hampson fonds
            PR3711 · Fonds · 1942-2002

            The fonds consists of material created or collected by both Cy and Mary Hampson and records from Cymar Films.

            Hampson family
            E.H. Gowan fonds
            PR1375 · Fonds · Copied 1977

            Fonds consists of a microfilm copy of a scrapbook compiled by E.H. Gowan containing records that pertain to the radio show, Science Question Box, which Gowan participated in. The records date from October 8, 1935 to January 15, 1937 and include a scrapbook with newspaper clippings and correspondence, which includes the questions asked of Gowan, and the answers he provided.

            Gowan, E.H.
            Evan Greene fonds
            PR1226 · Fonds · 1904-1946

            Fonds consists of the personal records of Evan Greene and includes a certificate of graduation from McGill University, certificate of registrations from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the North West Territories and Alberta, and a certificate of appointment as an officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps. Fonds also includes a biography of Evan Greene and medical ledger books which contain financial records, patient accounts, blank receipt forms, insurance policy stubs, and a newspaper clipping from The Listener.

            Greene, Evan
            J. MacGregor Smith fonds
            PR2625 · Fonds · [ca. 1875] - 1989

            The fonds consists of records related to John Macgregor Smith's academic and research work including research notes, exercises booklets, study guides, exam guides, articles, theses, publications, photographs, certificates, programs, and correspondence dating from 1905 to the 1940s. In particular the fonds features numerous images of agricultural equipment dating from the early part of the 20th century. The fonds also includes research notes created in 1989 during the preparation of the John Smith Macgregor material for reference use in the Department of Agricultural Sciences reading room.

            Smith, J. MacGregor
            Jacqueline Ogg fonds
            PR4040 · Fonds · 1968-2009

            The fonds consists of records that pertain to the activities of performing arts groups in Edmonton from the late 1960s into the twenty-first century including Alberta Contemporary Dance Theatre, Dance Alberta, Brian Webb Dance Company, the Arts Administration Resource Centre, Orchesis Dance Society, Theatre 3, the Citadel Theatre, Ukrainian Shumka Dancers, and Alberta Ballet.

            The textual records consist of correspondence, show programs, posters, informational booklets, newspaper clippings, scripts, choreographic illustrations, show production notes, costume inventories, newsletters, budgets, meeting minutes, meeting agendas, costume mock-ups, news releases, conference programs, souvenir booklets, committee reports, statements of expense, rent payment schedules, and course listings. The other materials are audio and music recordings and tapings of Alberta Contemporary Dance Theatre performances.

            Ogg, Jacqueline
            J.W. Chalmers fonds
            PR0652 · Fonds · 1950-1959

            Fonds consists of correspondence between Dr. J. W. Chalmers, Dr. H. T. Coutts, and their publisher, J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Limited, assignment books written by Chalmers and Coutts to accompany the series Poetry and Prose for Canadians, and a working copy of Safaris, written by Chalmers and Coutts.

            Chalmers, J.W.
            Karl Clark fonds
            PR0217 · Fonds · 1924-1966

            Fonds consists of records pertaining to Clark’s work with the Athabasca oil sands including field diaries, correspondence, reports, maps and publications. Fonds has been divided into the following series: Field diaries; Correspondence; Photographs; Reports; Scientific data; Papers and publications; Athabasca tar sands developments; Miscellaneous material; and Maps.

            Clark, Karl
            Loren G. Hepler fonds
            PR2484 · Fonds · 1977 - 1991

            The fonds consists of reports to the Alberta Oil Sand Technology and Research Authoring (AOSTRA) by Dr. Hepler including "Oxidation of bitumen in relation to In Situ Combustion", and "Production of Hydrogen and Sulfur from Hydrogen Sulfide". The fonds also includes several publications written by Dr. Hepler regarding oil extraction. The fonds dates from 1977 - 1991.

            Hepler, Loren G.
            Malcolm Ross Bow fonds
            PR1647 · Fonds · 1912-1965, predominant 1940-1965

            Fonds consists of records pertaining to Malcolm Ross Bow’s personal and professional activities and includes correspondence, reports, speeches, articles, agendas/itineraries, financial records, newspaper clippings, a pictorial review of Charles Camsell Hospital, and certificates. Fonds also includes photographs that depict various images in Donnelley, Berwyn, Slave Lake, and Wildwood, Alberta and includes doctors, vehicles stuck in mud, a boat, women, a flood, camps, houses, and a dog sled. This fonds has been divided into the following series: Personal (1912-1963); Deputy Minister of Health (1933-1952); World Health Organization (1947-1951); Chief Medical Health Officer for Yukon Territories (1952-1954); University of Alberta (1950-1954); Canadian Cancer Society (1951-1965)

            Bow, Malcolm Ross
            Manoly R. Lupul fonds
            PR3234 · Fonds · 1932-2014

            The fonds consists of the personal and professional correspondence of Dr. Manoly R. Lupul (1950-2013) including materials relating to his teaching career at the University of Alberta, numerous published and unpublished materials related to his activities, his memoirs, his doctoral thesis, and photographs and slides (1932-2013). There are also two smaller series within the fonds. The first series consists of materials created and collected by Lupul during his time on the Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism, including various newsletters and other publications produced by the council relating to the official policy of Multiculturalism and its inclusion in the Canadian Constitution (1972-1997). The seconds series consists of materials created and collected by Lupul during his time as the director, and afterwards, of the Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies, mainly consisting of the Canadian Institute for Ukrainian Studies newsletter (1976-2008).

            Lupul, Manoly R.
            Phyllis Giovannetti fonds
            PR4150 · Fonds · 1957-2004, predominant 1981-2003

            The fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Phyllis Giovannetti during her nursing career and time as a professor at the University of Alberta. The records relate to her work as a professor, researcher, consultant, speaker, author, and member of various boards and committees. Records include: curriculum vitae, annual reports, course outlines, student papers, grant applications, research studies and reports, literature reviews and bibliographies, committee bylaws, terms of reference, agendas, minutes, and reports, position statements, news releases, newsletters, newspaper clippings, presentations, speeches, articles, books, conference proceedings, registration forms, programs, pamphlets, participant lists, evaluation forms, manuscript reviews, handwritten notes, nomination forms, certificates, correspondence, invitations, and greeting cards.

            The fonds is arranged in twelve series: Alberta Association of Registered Nurses (AARN), Books and Articles, Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing (CAUSN), Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), Conferences, Consulting, Miscellaneous, Other Associations and Committees, Publications, Research, Reviews, and University of Alberta.

            Giovannetti, Phyllis
            Raj Pannu fonds
            PR4073 · Fonds · 1950-2018

            The fonds consists of research files on topics such as education, economic development, and child poverty that were compiled and used by Pannu during his time as an MLA; NDP documents such as campaign literature and policy documents; campaign files for Pannu’s election campaigns including volunteer lists, campaign literature, and speaking notes for public appearances; tributes to Pannu received when he retired from politics; papers written by Pannu as a student and faculty member; and university faculty documents such as grant applications, performance evaluations, tenure applications, and committee files. There is also a copy of The Sikh Canadians, a history of Sikh communities in Canada written by Manmohan Singh Minhas, with an author’s inscription to Pannu.

            The photographs depict Pannu at public events during his career as an MLA and the audiovisual records consist of tributes to Pannu created at the end of his political career and a copy of the swearing-in of NDP MLAs in 1997.

            Pannu, Raj
            Roland Bonvalet fonds
            PR1906 · Fonds · 1953-1961

            The fonds consists of correspondence and writings created by Roland Bonvalet as a journalist for CFNS Saskatoon and CBC/SRC (Edmonton, Saskatoon, and International).

            Bonvalet, Roland
            W. Everard Edmonds fonds
            PR0160 · Fonds · 1897-1965, predominant 1899-1955

            Fonds consists of material pertaining to Edmonds' religious, educational and historical work or interests including manuscripts, articles and photographs.

            Some manuscripts by W. Everard Edmonds were written as studies on Indigenous peoples in Alberta and bear titles such as “Early Explorers Who Visited Alberta,” “The Indians of the Plains,” “The Saskatchewan Rebellion of 1885,” and “Jerry Potts: Famous NWMP Guide and Interpreter.”

            Edmonds, W. Everard
            Wasyl Kunda fonds
            PR1182 · Fonds · 1956-2000

            Fonds consists of records created by Kunda in his capacity as a scientist and inventor in Alberta, and reflect his activities during his career with Sherritt Gordon and later with the University of Alberta. The records were arranged by documentary forms by Vera Kunda and include patents, correspondence, scientific articles, photographs, and reports. There are also records pertaining to Wasyl Kunda and his involvement in the Shevchenko Scientific Society and Alberta Commemorative Society.

            Kunda, Wasyl
            William Clare Wonders fonds
            PR3149 · Fonds · 1972

            The fonds relates to William Clare Wonders' professional occupation as a geographer and includes a copy of Field Guide Field Tour EA 1 (The Canadian Northwest) 22nd International Geographical Congress, Canada 1972.

            Wonders, William Clare