The fonds consists of personal papers, correspondence and financial documents of Dr. Roland S. Young. Fonds also includes reports, correspondence, published materials, research notes, and other documents that Dr. Young created or collected in his professional life. Fonds includes ca. 150 photographs of both a personal and professional nature.
Fonds consists of these series: I Alberta oil sands (1922-1966). Includes or relates to the Blair report; the First Oil Sands Conference, 1951; Karl A. Clark; references. II Canadian Bechtel Limited (1939-1981). Includes or relates to administration; business correspondence; personal correspondence; projects; publications; references. III Personal (1920-1981). Includes or relates to biographical material; Blair Consulting Services; correspondence; directorships; estates; family companies; finances; memberships; property; speeches. IV Photographs (1923-1979). Business, personal events and scenes of the oil sands area in northern Alberta (406 images). V Trinidad Leaseholds Limited (1928-1949). Includes or relates to administration; business correspondence; personal correspondence; reports; references.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Treaty 8 Tribal Association. The fonds consists of this series: Fort St. John, B.C. community and district [1973-1974]. The series consists of 21 videotapes chronicling tribal activities and educational programs and interviews.
Fonds consists of this series: I Treaty No. 8 (1899). "Articles of a Treaty made and concluded... in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-Nine between Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland by Her Commissioners the Honourable David Laird... James Andrew Joseph McKenna... Honourable James Hamilton Ross... of the one part; and the Cree, Beaver, Chipewyan and other Indians... by their Chiefs and Headmen, hereunto subscribed, of the other part...." Original printed copy, distributed to all signatories.
Fonds consists of this series: Universiade '83 Fencing events (1983). Includes blueprints, correspondence, handbooks, news releases, press kit, programs, signs and timetables gathered during Mr. Schwarzkopf's tenure as Media Centre Manager.
Fonds consists of these series: I Annual reports (-1964). II Correspondence (1953-1965). III Executive (1955-1964). IV Financial (-1964). V Membership (1955-1964). VI Minutes (-1964). VII Photographs (1951-1970). Mainly annual concerts; includes the University Singers, conducted by Richard Eaton (18 images). VIII Programs (1951-1964). IX Publicity (1954-1964).
Fonds consists of these series: I Committees (1921-1984).Includes Small Hospitals, 1927-1947; Native Studies, 1976-1980; Nursing Education, 1921-1984. II Accreditation and affiliation (1964-1982). Includes Colleges Committee. III Administrative records (1964-1984). Includes student affairs; finance; legislation; reports; membership. IV Coordinating Council (1964-1983). Minutes; agendas; reports; Executive; consortia of university presidents. V Professional Examinations - Administration (1913-1980). Includes Review Board, 1970-1980. VI Professional Examinations - Candidates (1912-1989). Includes applications, examinations, certificates, and correspondence for : Agrology (1949-1987); Architecture (1923-1975, 1982-1988); Chartered Accountancy (1917-1977); Dentistry (1912-1985); Dental Hygiene (1960-1986); Dietetics (1960-1970, 1986); Engineering (1920-1981); Homeopathy (1970-1971); Interior Design (1984-1988); Land Surveying (1913-1975); Law (1916-1989); Medicine (1912-1977); Nursing (1921-1984); Optometry (1920-1950); Osteopathy (1914-1918, 1931-1949); Pharmacy (1918-1976); Physiotherapy (1955-1987); Psychology (1960-1989); Social Work (1970-1989); Veterinary Medicine (1921-1979).
Fonds consists of these series: I Committees (1963-1981). Includes University Press Committee minutes, 1969-1981; University Publications Committee minutes, 1963-1970. II Correspondence (1968-1978). Includes Canada Council. III Publications (1969-1990).
The fonds consists of materials created by the University of Alberta Students' Union from 1921-1994. The fonds consists of these series: I. Financial (1928-1991) The series consists of financial statements, auditor's reports, budgets and correspondence with auditors. II. Boards and Committees (1971-1990) The series consists of records from various Students' Union boards and committees including the Administration Board, the Building Services Board, the Executive Committee, and the External Affairs Board. Manuals (1966-1991) The series consists of manuals created by the student union and includes Constitution and By-Laws manuals and Building Policy manuals. Students' Council (1969-1994) The series consists of reports, correspondence, minutes, photographs and other materials related to the Students' Council. IV. 75th Anniversary (1944-1983) The series consists of photographs, scrapbook, and other materials related to the Students' Union involvement in the University's 75th anniversary celebrations. V. The Gateway (1925-1994) Consists of copies of the University of Alberta student newspaper, The Gateway. VI. Miscellaneous (1970-1994) The series consists of a variety of material related to the University of Alberta Students Union.
Fonds consists of these series: I Memorabilia (1928-1929, 1959- 1962). Scrapbook of life in the three residences, 1959-1962; "At Home" card; bookplate for Hall library. II Photographs (1953- 1973). House Committee executive members. III Save Pembina Hall campaign (1969-1974). Includes clippings (1969-1974), correspondence, petitions, posters, and signs generated during the campaign to save the 1914 building from demolition and have it restored as a student residence.