Fonds consists of these series: I Committees (1975-1997). Includes membership lists and nominations; correspondence; minutes; pledges; reports relating to the University and Community Day Care Centre. II Constitution and bylaws (1976-1979). III Executive files (1975-1996) Includes agendas; memoranda; minutes; correspondence. IV Meetings (1977-1985). Includes agendas; correspondence; minutes; and notices. V President's files (1979-1996). Includes correspondence; minutes; notices. VI Projects (1972-1995). Includes reference material and other documents relating to assertiveness training, conferences, scholarships, and women's studies (includes 10 sound cassettes and 6 videocassettes). VII Senate Task Force on the Status of Women (1974-1978). Includes briefs; correspondence; petitions; reviews. VIII Treasurer's files (1972-1992). Includes financial statements; memoranda; notes; receipts. IX University affairs (1976-1978). Includes records relating to the Association of Academic Staff of the University of Alberta (AASUA), the General Faculties Council, and the President's Advisory Committee on Security. X Women's associations (1976-1992). Includes briefs, brochures, memoranda, newsletters, and notices relating to the Alberta Status of Women Action Committee and the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.
Fonds consists of these series: I Personal affairs ([1910?]- 1977). Includes certificates; clippings; correspondence; financial statements; income tax returns; memoirs. II Photographs (1911- 1960). Images depicting Dr. Cameron's career, from early field trips in northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories to professional associations and formal occasions later in Nova Scotia (ca. 1460 photographs). III Professional activities (1911- 1969). Diaries and notebooks recording the results of geological or topographical investigations; reports on economics, education, labour, resources; speeches and lecture notes.
Fonds consists of these series: I Constitution [194-?]. II Correspondence of Dean A.G. McCalla (1954-1958). III Correspondence of the Secretary-Treasurer (1942-1954) IV Financial statements (1942-1954). V Minutes (1942-1954). VI Newsletter (1943-1954). VII Questionnaires (1958). VIII Receipt books (1949-1954).
Fonds consists of these series: I Finance (1954-1983). Includes budgets; ledgers; reports; fundraising; equipment; and supplies. II General office records (1954-1985). Includes annual summary activity reports; correspondence; minutes. III General research records (1954-1983). Relates to reference material and criteria for the evaluation of research proposals. IV Membership (1955-1980). Consists of correspondence and mailing lists. V Publications (1955-1983). Includes material relating to the Alberta Journal of Educational Research and journals supported by AACES grants. VI Relations with other organizations (1953-1981). Relates to the Canada Council, Canadian Council for Research in Education, Canadian Education Association, Human Resources Research Council of the Government of Alberta, and University of Alberta Faculty Committee on Educational Research. VII Research grants (1960-1984). Includes correspondence; grant reports; files of grantees; project registers and schedules. VIII Special projects (1955-1976). Includes budgets, correspondence, minutes, and reports relating in part to a Matriculation Project, Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) funded project, ten Year Teaching Force Follow-up Study, Alberta Innovative Projects, and Interprovincial School Evaluation Project.
Alberta Advisory Committee for Educational Studies
The fonds consists of administrative materials created by the Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Association between 1984-1994. The fonds consists of these series: I. Office files (1984-1995) The series consists of administrative records relating to day-to-day operations of AFLCA. II. Fitness leader files (ca.1989-1994) The series consists of material related to the accreditation of fitness leaders. III. Optiscan results and policy manuals (1994) The series consists of AFLCA testing materials and manuals.
Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Association
The fonds consists of materials created by the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research and dating from 1976-1982. The fonds relates to the founding of the AHFMP and consists of correspondence, proposals, notes and reports.
Fonds consists of these series: I Annual meetings (1948-1976). Includes enclosures; minutes; reports. II Branches (1946-1978). Includes bylaws; correspondence; minutes; reports. III Committees (1947-1973). Includes correspondence; handbooks; questionnaires; reports. IV Council minutes (1946-1972). Includes notices; a photograph of council members. V Establishment (1931- 1969). Includes bylaws; correspondence; legislation; minutes of predecessors. VI Historical (1945- 1975). One scrapbook; histories by J.A. Toogood. VII Legislation (1955-1976). Includes briefs to conferences and government bodies. VIII Membership (1947-1972). Includes membership lists; photographs of members; publicity files; registers of ex-members; registers of members; reports; statistics. IX Other provincial associations of agrologists (1942-1976). Includes agreements; bylaws; correspondence. X President's correspondence (1969-1970). XI Publications (1948-1977). Includes annual reports; directories; lists of graduates; monographs; newsletters. XII Registrar's correspondence (1945-1974). XIII Secretary's correspondence (1947-1969). XIV Treasurer (1946- 1973). Includes correspondence; daily journals; fees; ledgers; receipt books; reports; statistics.