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Alberta. Public Affairs Bureau fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-859
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1970

The fonds consists of photgraphs taken by the Alberta Public Affairs Bureau between 1964-1970. Fonds consist of photographs (1964-1970), relating to the University of Alberta (934 images); includes a copy of the campus plan, 1912.

Alberta. Public Affairs Bureau

Anne Wheeler fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-2639
  • Fonds
  • 1975 - 1990

The fonds consists of various cuts of ten films created by filmmaker Anne Wheeler beginning with her first solo project, the short film Great Grand Mother (1975) and continuing until her 1990 feature film Angel Square. Though a finding aid has not yet been created, series would likely be created for each film included in the collection. Series would include director's copies of Great Grandmother (1975); Happily Unmarried (1977); Augusta (1978); Teach Me to Dance (1978); A War Story (1981); and Change of Heart (1984). More comprehensive series would be created for Loyalties (1984); Cowboys Don't Cry (1988); Angel Square (1989) and Bye Bye Blues (1990). The fonds also includes soundtracks and videocassettes for Bye Bye Blues

Wheeler, Anne

Annora Brown fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-740
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1982

Fonds consists of these records: I Art galleries (1964-1982). II Clippings (1938-1969). III Exhibitions (1938-1967). IV General correspondence (1944-1982). V Notes [19--]. VI Photographs [19þ]. Fort Macleod, Indians, individual persons, North-West Mounted Police, and railroads (ca. 200 images). V Publications (1929-1979). VI Publishers (1949-1981). VII Reference material (1931-1971). VIII Scrapbooks (1926-1975). Sketches and maps [19--].

Brown, Annora

Arthur Balmer Watt fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1027
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1958

Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1902-1957). Mr. Watt kept biographical and subject files, mainly of western and northern political matters, and theatrical productions. II Correspondence (1908-1958). Correspondents include Henry Debe (Vegreville Observer), John S. Willison (Toronto News), Arthur Meighan, W.A. Griesbach; memoir of Alberta Liberal Party, 1910, by James B. Holden, MLA. III Diary (1904-1906). First year in Alberta; includes financial records. IV Manuscripts submitted to A.B. Watt (1913-1921). Memoirs of Alberta history, including the Royal North-West Mounted Police, railroad construction, and Sheridan Lawrence of the Peace River district. V Memorabilia (1913-1924). Includes brochures; theatre programs. VI Newsletters (1936-1946). Typescripts, addressed to "Mr. Colebaugh" and "Mr. La Cossitt", commenting on current events. VII Photographs (1894- 1943). Includes family; friends; theatre personalities; album by Milton Martin and A. D'Aubigny commemorating a trip in 1913 by steamboat through the Peace River country (311 images). VIII Publications (1913-1942). Includes editorials; columns; theatre reviews.

Watt, Arthur Balmer

Arthur Crocker Leighton fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-963
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1976

Fonds consists of this series: Scrapbook (1924-1976). Includes copies of paintings, reviews of exhibits and examples of work done for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (reproduced on 2 microfilm reels and 33 photographs).

Leighton, Arthur Crocker

Association of Professors Emeriti of the University of Alberta

  • CA UOFA uofa-2648
  • Fonds
  • 1956-2000

The fonds consists of materials compiled by the University of Alberta Association of Professors Emeriti for the publication of the book Echoes in the Halls which chronicled life at the University of Alberta. The monograph was completed as the focal point of the association's Millenium Project and published in 1999. Thus the fonds can be seen as consisting of one series: Echoes in the Halls (1954- 2000) Series consists of publications of participants, correspondence, marketing materials, project submissions and other materials related to the eventual publication of Echoes in the Halls.

Association of Professors Emeriti of the University of Alberta

Banff Centre for Continuing Education fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-235
  • Fonds
  • 1954-1962

Fonds consists of these series: I Conferences and seminars (1954-1961). Includes insurance agents; petroleum accountants. II Correspondence (1959-1962). Includes inquiries; information about other schools and programs. III Courses - Banff Centre (1954- 1961). Includes Executive Development; Personnel Administration. IV Courses - Proposed (1956-1961). Hotel Management; Credit Management; Hospital Trustees. V Courses - Sponsored (1953-1961). Automotive Management and Sales; Life Insurance Marketing; Supervisors in Industry; Municipal Administration; School Administration; Small Business. Records for each course include the following information: Prospectus, publicity, supplies, textbooks, financial records, staff, student affairs, minutes, statistics.

Banff Centre for Continuing Education

Banff School of Fine Arts fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-237
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1967

Fonds consists of these series: I Awards (1950-1960). Includes H.M. Tory Award, 1951; National Awards in Painting Literature, Music and Related Arts. II Banff town (1940-1961). Includes relations with the Chamber of Commerce; Luxton Museum; Crag and Canyon (newspaper). III Buildings and facilities (1938-1961). Includes war assets in buildings and equipment. IV Courses and curriculum (1938-1962). Includes examinations, grades, academic credit and certification; proposed programs (recreation, private school). V Divisions - Applied Arts (1941-1961). Comprises ceramics; weaving; interior design; leathercraft. VI Divisions - Art (1938-1960). Includes models; exhibits; gifts; Permanent Collection. VII Divisions - Ballet (1949-1960). Includes children's classes. VIII Divisions - Creative writing (1946- 1960). Includes short story, play and radio writing; writers' conferences; competitions, 1946-1956. IX Divisions - Drama (1933- 1960). Includes rights and permissions; handbooks by Elizabeth Sterling Haynes. X Divisions - Languages (1939-1960). Includes French and Russian instruction; reports; French Chalet. XI Divisions - Music (1937-1960). Includes supplies: scores, pianos, recordings. XII Divisions - Photography (1941-1960). XIII Exhibits (1937-1962). Includes Banff and travelling exhibits of art, applied arts, photography. XIV Financial (1937-1961). Includes University Bursar, payroll, rates, rentals, financial statements; fundraising and foundations, 1946-1961. XV Government agencies and offices (1949-1961). Includes Alberta; Canada; National Parks officers. XVI Office (1937-1962). Includes procedures, memberships, inquiries; correspondence (including Eric and Donald Harvie, 1949-1959). XVII Performances and productions (1937-1960). Includes Banff performances and tours of drama, music, ballet, opera. XVIII Photographs (1933-1957). Views, mainly for publicity, of student and staff activities, ceremonies, buildings; mountain scenery (ca. 1900 images). XIX Public relations (1937-1967). Includes calendars, newsletters, advertising, press releases, radio talks, clippings, magazine articles and posters; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1937- 1960; National Film Board, 1946-1956. XX Reports (1933-1962). Includes statistical reports (e.g. registration); annual report. XXI Scholarships (1939-1960). Awards in all Divisions. XXII Staff (1947-1961, 1972). Includes academic, office and service staff; accommodation; salaries; staff meetings; photographs; interview with H.G. Glyde on the history of the School (2 sound tape cassettes). XXIII Students (1933-1961). Includes registration lists; rules and discipline; Students' Union; newsletter and yearbook; alumni. XXIV University of Alberta offices (1942-1961). Includes Faculty of Extension; President; Registrar; Faculty of Education. XXV Visitors (1942-1960). Includes Queen Elizabeth II; photographs and correspondence. Records of each Division include the following information, in addition to subjects specific to the Division: courses, supplies, financial records, staff, correspondence, meetings, students, publications. Researchers should also consult the administrative categories.

Banff School of Fine Arts

Blackberg family fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-875
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1973

Fonds consists of these series: I Biographical materials (1940-1962). Certificates and news clippings relating to A.L. and Anna Blackberg. II Correspondence (1941-1959). Includes letters to Harold J. Hole. III Memorabilia (1956-1964). Includes commemorative booklets, Royal Tour (1959), including instructions for the stopover in Yellowknife; other printed materials; maps. IV Motion pictures (1951-1963). Family and community events (18 film reels, 8mm). V Photographs (1910-[1973]). Family, Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories (1257 images).

Blackberg (family)

CKUA fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-815
  • Fonds
  • [1927]-1957

Fonds consists of these series: I Photographs (1931-1934). Performers; staff; equipment (ca. 68 images). II Scrapbook ([1927]-1950). Includes briefs, clippings and correspondence relating to the proposed sale of the station (1945). III Signature music ([1947?]). Signon and signoff music, played by Dr. L.H. Nicholls on the Memorial Organ (one sound tape reel). IV Sound recordings (1947-1957). Dramatic productions; lectures; literature; music; reports; special events (27 sound discs).

CKUA (Radio station : Edmonton, Alta.)

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