This fonds contains Don Sprague's records of the organizing committee for the 1996 World Figure Skating Championships held in Edmonton. As chairman of the local organizing committee, Sprague's records include administrative and financial records, media information, promotional material, and event reports. This fonds also has artwork submitted for a World Figure Skating Championship logo contest, posters for the event, pennants from Japan, and the flags of Canada, Japan, Hokkaido, and the United States.
The fonds consists of photographs, correspondence, minutes, regulations, an original oil painting and other material regarding the 19th Alberta Dragoons. Also includes photographs of the men and activities of the 101st Regiment Edmonton Fusiliers. Some circuit photographs and oversize photographs are included in the fonds.
The fonds consists of: history submissions regarding the family, the town of Irvine and surrounding districts, maps (11), and materials contributing to the writing of "A New Beginning" (1983-1989); images of various scenes in Irvine, Alberta.
Fonds consists of correspondence with various businesses, the City of Calgary and dignitaries involved in the 25th Anniversary celebrations; correspondence with all the Faculties and Departments regarding their activities; plans, schedules and reports from the University Open House in October; material on the Imperial Oil Lectures. Also includes two posters, one from the Visions anniversary book and one from the Nickle Arts Museum. Also includes various ephemera: pins, t-shirt, plaques, ribbon and a framed proclamation from the City.
University of Calgary. 25th Anniversary Secretariat
Consists of correspondence and minutes of meetings from the 25th Anniversary Committee; Place of Vision book; records, reports and publications from various campus units documenting how they celebrated the 25th Anniversay events with open houses, awards, projects, concerts, tours, displays, performances and demonstrations. Also includes photographs of the October, 1991 Open House and photograph contact sheets of displays from the Archives and Special Collections.
The collection contains research material, statistics, correspondence and photographs pertaining to the Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force in general and the 260th Battalion in particular. Highlights include the Diary of A. V. Ardagh and the 260th Battalion nominal roll. Photographic material depicts members of the 260th Battalion aboard the SS Protesliaus and at Vladivostok. Also included are images of civilians and members of the White Russian Army. Also included is a commemorative pamphlet and 3 photographs of the North Russia Expeditionary Force, consisting of units of the 16th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery, which was dispatched to Archangel on the northern coast of Russia as part of the Allied Forces in 1918-1919.
Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force. 260th Battalion
This collection consists predominantly of photographs of the 2nd Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (2PPCLI) during the conflict on the Korean Peninsula from its formation on August 7, 1950 to the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement on July 27, 1953. Includes a few images taken after the war. The 2nd Battalion was the first battalion of the PPCLI to arrive in Korea (December 18, 1950) serving with the 27th and 28th British Commonwealth Infantry Brigades until replaced by the 1st Battalion PPCLI on November 4, 1951.
Consists of Part II of Battalion Orders dated July 1940 to May 1946, newspaper clippings, training certificates, name list for photo Camp Sarcee August 1942, War Savings Certificates, instructions regarding the return of the 1st Bn. Calgary Highlanders dated 12 November 1945, and Personnel files for Lt.Col. D.A. Ross, Lt.Col. N.V. Waddell, Sergt. F.V. Betteridge, Major L.J. Rosling, Capt. Joseph Wilson, Pte. E.F. Davidson, Murray Monilaws, and Edgar F. Middlemiss. Also includes a small collection of group photographs.