The fonds consists of textual records,and one copied photograph. All records dated after 2009 are conservation copies. The textual records primarily consist of documents related to the proposed Slave River Hydroelectric Project and various studies conducted in the Mackenzie River Basin. These records include: studies and reports, periodicals, photocopied publications, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, correspondence and envelopes, notes, photocopied papers related to the construction of the Bighorn and Brazeau Dams, a Dene Nation Newsletter, photocopied and hand drawn maps and figures, and overhead transparencies. The copied photograph in the fonds depicts the Mackenzie Delta from an aerial perspective.
Fonds consists of Petti's speeches, lectures, articles, reviews, class syllabuses, manuscripts and notes (1961-1984); correspondence, including some related to the New Catholic Hymnal (1958-1982); U of C Department of English correspondence and minutes (1978-1985); and Calgary Renaissance Singers correspondence (1977, 1980-1981).
Fonds consists of Banff Centre Council minutes of meetings and correspondence. Also includes the Challice Report ("Banff Centre for Continuing Education and its Future Relationship to The University of Calgary") (1978) regarding the autonomy of the Banff Centre from the University in 1978.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to departmental productions including photographs, production meeting minutes, prompt scripts and associated material; Department of Drama meeting minutes (1969-1977) and slides. The fonds is arranged into four series: (1) Minutes (2) Production files (3) Prompt scripts and (4) Slides.
Fonds consists of production files (1973-1993) including imprints of the annual publication of ARIEL, galleys, proofs, pasteup sheets, files on contributors and subscription lists from 1971-1998. Also includes administrative files (1970-1975) of minutes of the editorial board, budgets and advertising correspondence.
University of Calgary. Department of English, ARIEL
Fonds consists of Faculty of Fine Arts Council minutes (1970-1977, 1997-2000); Dean's Advisory committee minutes (1987-1998); issues of "Repetoire" (1981), "Arts/Notes" (1980-1982), annual reports (1991-1993) and pamphlets.
Fonds consists of seven series: (I) Committees and Review Task Force; (II) Subject files; (III) Exhibition files; (IV) Registrar's Exhibition files (V) Special Events; (VI) Financial records; and (VII) Annual Reports. Transitory financial records were culled from this fonds. These records included cheque requisitions, interdepartmental billings, purchase orders, petty cash notices, courier information, ex-cons, vehicle expenses, room bookings, catering information and journal vouchers. Also culled were blank forms, membership information for outside organizations, duplicates of minutes, reports or catalogues and catalogues/circulars received from external sources.