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William George Hardy fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1002
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1979

Fonds consists of these series: I Anthologies (1953-1967). Includes correspondence; financial statements; reviews. II Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (1930-1977). Includes agreements; constitution; correspondence; financial records; memoranda; notes; speeches. III Canadian Authors' Association (1947-1977). Includes awards; briefs; budgets; constitution and bylaws; memoranda; minutes; reports. IV Fiction (1935-1979). Includes correspondence; draft manuscripts; reviews; typescripts. V Non-fiction (1960-1970). Includes correspondence; draft manuscripts; reviews. VI Personal (1936-1978). Includes correspondence; invitations; lecture notes; notebooks; speeches. VII Press clippings ([193-? - 197-?]). Includes interviews; reviews. VIII Publishers ([193- - 197-]). Includes correspondence; interviews. IX Student papers (1913-1917). Includes notebooks. X Writing (short items) (1938-1972). Includes articles; correspondence; plays; short stories; speeches.

Hardy, William George

Edouard Sonet fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1018
  • Fonds
  • [18--?]-1971

Fonds consists of these series: I Biographical (1902, 1935- 1971). French Army certificate, 1902; clippings; obituary; incomplete manuscript autobiography. II Correspondence (1905- 1960). Includes letters of recommendation; teaching appointments. III Photographs ([18þ? - 1971]). Dr. Sonet; family; colleagues (8 images). IV Writings (1938-[1955]). Published and manuscript articles, poems, plays, reviews.

Sonet, Edouard

Jean Louise Wallbridge fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1024
  • Fonds
  • 1935-1939

Fonds consists of these series: I Drawings (1935-1939). II Sketchbooks (1936-1939). III Student notes and reports (1937- 1938). Relates mainly to building construction specifications.

Wallbridge, Jean Louise

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

Frederick Balmer "Ted" Watt fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1028
  • Fonds
  • 1944-1979

Fonds consists of these series: I Biography (1979). Unpublished manuscript of a biography of Arthur Balmer Watt and Gertrude Balmer Watt. II Poetry (1944-1946). Published copies of Who Dare to Live and Landfall.

Watt, Frederick Balmer "Ted

Gertrude Balmer Watt fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1029
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1955

Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1907-1955). II Correspondence (1898-1955). III Manuscripts ([19þ]-1954). Autobiographical article; memoir of the Canadian Women's Press Club, 1954; short stories. IV Memorabilia (1910-[1946]). Includes announcements; cartoons; poem; program; sketches. V Newspapers (1911-1912). Mrs. Watt's involvement with The Saturday News and The Mirror. VI Publications (1907-1908). Includes A Woman in the West and Town and Trail, with reviews of the books from Canadian newspapers and magazines; newspaper columns by "Peggy"; magazine articles. VII Radio talks (1940). Includes correspondence; scripts; a poem.

Watt, Gertrude Balmer

Edgar Allardyce "Kerry" Wood fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-1036
  • Fonds
  • 1927-1987

Fonds consists of these series: I Book manuscripts (1951-1975). Includes Outdoor Yarns for Young Folks, Wild Winter, The Queen's Cowboy, Samson's Long Ride, and seven other works. II Correspondence (1927-1980). III Fiction and non-fiction for publication (1932-1978). Material produced for magazines and newspapers. IV Miscellaneous writing (1945-1980). Includes plays; poetry; speeches. V Personal (1928-1980). Includes clippings; correspondence; notes; programs. VI Photographs (1931-1980). Illustrations for publications; research; family activities (181 images). VII Published books and pamphlets (1945-1987). Includes Three Mile Bend, Birds and Animals in the Rockies, A Nature Guide for Farmers, The Magpie Menace, and 18 other works. VIII Radio and television scripts (1934-1973). Includes stories; talks. IX Reference material ([19þ]). Relates to historical events; human interest; natural history; people; places. X Scrapbooks and clippings (1927-1976). Includes or relates to biographical material; book reviews; published fiction and non-fiction.

Wood, Edgar Allardyce "Kerry

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

Wilfred Watson fonds

  • CA UOFA uofa-2637
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1998

The Wilfred Watson fonds span a period of over fifty years, and provide a record of the creative processes of a noted Canadian poet, playwright, teacher and literary theorist. The records have been arranged in eight series: Journals and Notebooks; Literary drafts/Writings; Sketches/Artwork; Correspondence; Student Records; Reference Material; Personal Papers; and Audio-Visual Records. Watson's notebooks are filled with drafts of plays and poems, ideas for further development, excerpts from his own reading, sketches, and jottings about his daily activities. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and includes an important sub-series of letters written between Wilfred and Sheila Watson. The Literary drafts and Writings Series is significant as often several different versions of a particular poem or even an entire play are present in the files. The writing files take on added significance since they provide evidence of, as Wilfred Watson was once described, "a prolific poet who publishes little".

Watson, Wilfred

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