Fonds consists of these series: I Administrative Laboratory Project (1975-1977). Includes audiovisual material; memoranda; publications; transparency manual. II Associations (1967-1986). Includes correspondence; minutes; newsletters; reports. III Audiovisual and oversize material (1960-1984). Includes computer disks, photographs, sound tape reels and videocassettes relating mainly to projects. IV Courses and teaching materials (1964-1985). Includes course outlines; handouts; lecture notes; readings; reports; term papers; timetables. V Department of Educational Administration (1960-1985). Relates mainly to committee work and graduate students. VI Education (1964-1968). Includes course notes; dissertation. VII Educational matters (1959-1983). Relates mainly to governmental policies and projects. VIII Faculty of Education (1968-1983). Relates mainly to committee work. IX Intercultural education (1968-1983). Relates to committees; conferences; correspondence; initiatives; projects; publications; speeches. X International education (1963-1984). Relates to projects concerning Rhodesia, Tanzania, Thailand and Uganda. XI Native education (1963-1983). Includes or relates to committees; conferences; correspondence; projects; publications; reports; speeches. XII Personal (1965-1984) XIII Publications and speeches (1965-1986). Includes addresses; articles; seminar presentations. XIV University of Alberta (1968-1980). Relates mainly to committee work.
Fonds consists of this item: "Christ among the Doctors", manuscript (1912). Spine title: "Christ and the Doctors". Parallel comparison of four medieval mystery plays on this theme. Presented as a memorial of the scholarly association of Professors Greg and Francis Millet Salter by F.P. Wilson, with a covering letter to Mrs. Salter and a memoir of Sir Walter. A description of the manuscript by Dr. H.A. Hargreaves (New Trail, 33:4:10, Fall 1978) is included in the file.
Fonds consists of these series: I Articles and speeches (1933- 1985). II Personal papers (1937-1982). Includes a biographical story; correspondence; honorary degree. III Plays (1933-1980). Includes plays for radio, stage, and television, most of which date from 1933-1960. IV Scrapbooks (1933-1975). Edmonton theatre history and Mrs. Gowan's career (10 microfiche). V Short stories ([after 1946]).
Fonds consists of these series: I Certificates (1909-1958). Degrees and honours awarded to Dr. Gordon. II Correspondence (1921-1958). Includes colleagues F.M. Salter, E. Sonet and D.E. Cameron. III Lecture notes ([1910-1911]). Many undated. IV Memoirs (1968). V Photographs (1916-[193-?]). Family, colleagues, personal interests (12 images). VI Publications (1917-1964). Thesis (1911). VII Unpublished articles (1951).
Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1924-1926). Women's basketball at the University. II Correspondence (1922- 1952). Relates in part to women's basketball. III Memorabilia (1961-1973). Includes reception of the Order of Canada. IV Photographs (-1929). Mainly University buildings and students (460 images). V Publication (). Thou Art My Only Hope, memoir of Mrs. Beny's late son, Carl Robert Gibson, 1939-1962. VI Scrapbooks (1924-1967). Mrs. Gibson's student days; reception of an honorary degree at the University of Alberta.
Fonds consists of these series: I Biographical memoir (). Margaret (Gaetz) Hogarth's memories of her father and the Red Deer district. II Photographs (1917-1937). Family; University faculty members; students; campus.
Fonds consists of these series: I Family records (1504-1974). Includes Dorothy (Pallot) Gads and her family; socialist and Social Credit publications; typescripts of two short stories by W.O. Mitchell; Gads family in Russia, 1905-1926; Pallot family charters, Island of Jersey, 1504-1899. II Maps and plans (1936-1964). Relate to campus, Faculty of Engineering buildings, student housing (14 items). III Memorabilia (1905-1972). Includes postcards; posters; newspapers; clippings. IV Military records (1942-1959). Royal Canadian Air Force; Canadian Officers' Training Corps; United Nations Control Commission for Germany. V Personal records (1935- ). Relate to University career from student to professor; Engineering Students' Society; subject files. Includes personal correspondence; interviews (sound tape recordings). VI Photographs (1905-1972). Includes Gads family in pre-Revolution and post-1970 Russia; Pallot family in Jersey; Canada; University of Alberta; Germany; Berlin (4481 images). VII Publications (1952-1973). Includes a contribution to the Engineers' Handbook, 1969/70.