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Calgary Public Library fonds

  • GLEN glen-479
  • Archief
  • 1910-1965, predominant 1962-1963

The fonds consists of grand opening program, invitations and leaflet with plans of the Central Library (1963), seven plans of the Central Library (1962), and twelve plans of the Memorial Park Library (ca. 1910-1912).

Calgary Public Library

Calgary Theatre Singers fonds

  • GLEN glen-491
  • Archief
  • 1960-1982

The fonds consists of constitution and bylaws, programs, set designs (by Laszlo Funtek and G.L. Palmer), photographs, slides, a film, sound recordings, prompt scripts, and newspaper reviews pertaining to 24 of the group's productions.

Calgary Theatre Singers

Carmen and Elin Corneil fonds

  • CAA caa-3459
  • Archief
  • 1956-1996

Fonds consists of drawings, display material, correspondence, and office files of the architectural practice of Carmen and Elin Corneil. Significant projects include: School of Architecture building, Carleton University, Ottawa; Wayland Drew House, Port Perry, ON; Canadian Pavilion, Expo '70; Harbourfront, Toronto; OPSEU Headquarters, Don Mills, ON; Vestmannaeyjar Municipal Works, Vestmannaejar, Iceland.

Corneil, Carmen, 1933-

Carol W. Fullerton collection of research materials relating to George Stewart, Jr.

  • SPEC spec-2554
  • Collectie
  • [19--], 1927-1995.

Collection primarily consists of research material relating to C.W. Fullerton's 1985 University of Calgary doctoral dissertation George Stewart, Jr.: nineteenth century man of letters including correspondence, works by and about George Stewart, Jr., photographs, and notes. Also includes research materials for papers on Matthew Arnold and other miscellaneous items of academic interest.

Fullerton, Carol W., 1928-2006. Stewart, George.

Catalyst Theatre fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-2646
  • Archief
  • 1978-1997

The fonds consists of these series: I. Administration (1977-1994). Series contains materials relating to the day-to-day operations of the Catalyst Theatre and includes minutes, correspondence, employee information, news clippings, committees and other materials. II. Audio/visual (1978-1995). Series consists of videocassettes, audio cassettes, film reels and audio discs primarily related to Catalyst Theatre productions. III. Awards (1984-1994). Series consists of plaques, mounted certificates and other awards given to Catalyst Theatre. IV. Design (1988-ca.1990). Includes a set design of David for Queen and a sketch of a parade handbook. V. Photographs and Negatives (1977-1995). Photographs, and negatives of Catalyst productions and day-to-day operations. VI. Photographs- slides (1977-1993). Slides of Catalyst productions and day-to-day operations. VII. Posters (1983-1995). Series consists of Catalyst Theatre Production Photos. VIII. Production Files (1977- 1996) Series consists of scripts, fund-raising documents, correspondence, contracts, evaluations and other materials related to Catalyst Theatre productions. IX. Reviews and Articles (1978-1995) Clippings of published reviews and articles concerning Catalyst and Catalyst Theatre Productions.

Catalyst Theatre

Cathro, Matthews family fonds

  • GLEN glen-617
  • Archief
  • 1893-2001, predominant 1893-1950

The fonds consists of F.R. Cathro's diary (1920-1924), stock book (1893-1922), Aberdeen Angus registrations and pedigrees (1905-1929, 1940-1946) and account books (1929-1950); Matthews Music House piano sales books, tax returns and financial statements (1916-1943), and an interview with Ruth Samuelson about the store (1991); Highland Stock Farms basic herd records, cashbooks and posters (1947-1966); and personal papers of C.C. Matthews and other family members. Includes the minute book of the Alberta Musical Festival Association, Calgary branch (1920-1931).

Cathro, Matthews (family)

Cecil Scott Burgess fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-743
  • Archief
  • 1891-1969

Fonds consists of these series: I Art portfolios (1891-1946). II Blueprints (1927). University of Alberta Varsity Rink. III Correspondence (1907-1968). Mainly business and professional matters. IV Drawings (1896-1953). Includes sketches and tracings, mainly of University of Alberta buildings, and St. Aidan's College. V Lectures and talks (1908-1951). Relates mainly to art; architecture; history; town planning; the military. VI Maps (1933-1953). Relates mainly to Edmonton. VII Memoirs (1969). Interview by James M. Parker, recorded on one sound tape cassette. VIII Notebooks [18þ - 19þ]. IX Paintings [18þ - 19þ]. X Photographs (1914-1931). Relates mainly to buildings (ca. 70 images). XI Postcards [18þ - 19þ]. Used for reference in art and architecture classes. XII Printed and published material (1952- 1958). XIII Reports (1942-1958). XIV Subject files (1914-1949). Includes correspondence; notes.

Burgess, Cecil Scott

Celebration of Women in the Arts fonds

  • PAA paa-6584
  • Archief
  • 1981-2000

The fonds consists of the records created by Celebration of Women in the Arts during the course of conducting its activities. The fonds is organized in the following two series: operational files with bylaws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, membership information and publications created or received by the society; and project files which present information on activities of interest to the society.

Celebration of Women in the Arts

Centre Gallery fonds

  • GLEN glen-3174
  • Archief
  • 1993-2001

The fonds consists of minutes, financial records, publicity materials, newsclippings, exhibition inventories, artist résumés and statements, volunteer records, fund-raising event records, grant applications, photographs, visitors' books, and a collection of mail art. The "Centre Gallery herstory" series documents exhibitions and events in a series of scrapbooks.

Centre Gallery

Canadian Art Galleries fonds

  • GLEN glen-537
  • Archief
  • 1945-2000

The fonds consists of early records regarding artists and business (1945-1980); registers of sales of paintings and inventories of holdings (1945-1965); artists files, including correspondence, exhibition catalogues, and biographies (1957-1993); galleries files (1971-1985); and uncatalogued administrative records (ca. 1990-2000). Records related to the following artists are in this fonds. See inventory for details and complete list of artists represented: Sybil Andrews, Sid Barron, Maxwell Bates, Stanford E. Blodgett, Annora Brown, Belmore Browne, Ken Christopher, Robert John Davidson, Rene Derouin, Joseph Drapell, Walter Drohan, Winston Elliott, Edward Epp, Erik Gamble, Roland Gissing, H.G. Glyde, Rick O.N. Grandmaison, Gregory John Spence Hardy, John Ikeda, A.Y. Jackson, Flemming Jorgensen, Illingworth Kerr, Bernadette Law, Alfred Crocker Leighton, Grant Leir, Luke Orton Lindoe, Arthur Lismer, Annette Lodge, Manwoman, Glen McCullough, Arthur McKay, Anne E. Meggit, Janet Mitchell, Katie Ohe, Toni Onley, Frank R.C.A. Palmer, Walter Joseph Phillips, Ann Marie Schmid-Esler, Jane Seaborn, Jack Shadbolt, Margaret Shelton, Robert Sinclair, Paul Slogget, Ronald John Spickett, William Levy Leroy Stevenson, Merle Steward, Tony Tascona, Keith Thomson, John Davenall Turner, Clarence Vandeergeest, Yolanda Van Dyck, Ulrike Voll, Joy Walker, Norman Yates and Jane Zednick.

Canadian Art Galleries

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