The fonds consists of these series: I Committee for an Independent Canada (1970-1981). Correspondence, press clippings, and reports mostly relating to Hurtig's role in the committee's efforts to counter increased foreign ownership of the Canadian economy. II Council of Canadians (1971-1993). Articles, briefing notes, correspondence, financial records, speeches, and other documents relating to the Council of Canadians. III National Party of Canada (1991-1994). Material relating to the establishment of the National Party and the 1993 federal election. IV. Personal records (1967-1996). Personal correspondence, documents relating to Mr. Hurtig's campaign in the 1972 federal election, personal material relating to Hurtig Publishers, The Canadian Encyclopedia, The Junior Encyclopedia of Canada, and drafts of his memoirs, At Twilight in the Country.
The fonds consists of these series. I Ephemera (1975- 000; predominant 1988-2000). Series consists of numerous awards, plaques and other ephemera given to Mrs. Hole as a result of her accomplishments as a businesswomen and university administrator. II Photographs and Graphic Materials (1965-2000; predominant 1990-2000). Consists of photographs and paintings of Mrs. Hole in a variety of settings. III Textual Materials and Correspondence (1992-1998). Consists of Mrs. Hole's daytimers (1992-1998) and letter of appointment to Privy Council. IV Videocassettes (1994-2000). Consists of 12 videocassettes of Mrs. Hole's appearances on various television stations as well as a videocassette of Mrs. Hole receiving the Order of Canada. V Audio cassettes (1997-1998). Series contains four audio cassettes of Mrs. Hole's appearances on several different radio shows.
In his career as an archivist, professor, and researcher and write of scholarly history, Dr. Thomas' papers encompass a wide range of topics related to the historical development of Western Canada. The source material and research files in this fonds include a wealth of archival documents, bibliographies, imprint items, and research notes on subjects related to the exploration, settlement, and growth of western Canada, particularly the Prairie region. The records have been arranged in four series: Early Records; University of Alberta Records; Research and Publication Records; and Associations, Committees and Boards records. Within these broad series designations are sub-series that further organize the records. Dr. Thomas was for years the Alberta representative on the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, and his board-related records form a major part of the fourth series. The records are in excellent physical condition, and where possible, the file titles provided by L.H. Thoms are retained.
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.
Fonds consists of these series: I Biographical ([19þ]-1982). Correspondence and review articles about I. Vassyian; photographs (ca. 20 images); bibliography and list of manuscripts; personal notes. II Correspondence ([19þ]). By and about I. Vassyian. III Manuscripts and typescripts ([19þ]). Notes and notebooks ([19þ]). Includes speeches; research; English grammar and idioms. IV Publications ([19þ]-1972). Mainly articles; Social and Philosophical Sketches (Chicago: 1958), in Ukrainian. Mainly Ukrainian- and German-language material.
Fonds consists of these series: I Clippings (1902-1940). II Correspondence (1899-1941). Communications with constituents; politicians; business people. III Family and business matters (1897-1940). Includes clippings; correspondence; land transfers. IV Government of Alberta (1905-1913). Includes memoranda and notes relating to departments and offices; founding of the province; general business; office of the premier. V Intergovernmental business (1905-1910). VI Library ([19þ]). Includes inventory; lists of pamphlets. VII Memorabilia (1907- 1912). Consists mainly of invitations. VIII Northwest Territories, Strathcona, Edmonton (1898-1931). Includes agreements; correspondence; estimates; memoranda; reports. IX Personal (1902-1936). Includes correspondence, memoranda, notes, and speeches; minutes and correspondence of the McGill Graduates' Society of Northern Alberta (A.C. Rutherford, President), 1920- 1936. X Photographs (1907). Alberta and Great Waterways Railway construction (5 images). XI Railroads (1906-1910). Includes memoranda, notes, regulations, and reports relating to railway construction and rail transport in Alberta. XII University of Alberta (1905-1936). Includes agendas; calendars; reports. Consists mainly of incoming correspondence.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Ivan Rudnytski and dating from 1786-1987. Fonds consists of these series: I "Statement of 35 professors" on conditions in Ukraine (1967). Includes brochures; clippings; correspondence. II Bibliographic notes ([19--?]). III Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (1974-1984). Includes annual reports; correspondence; newsletters; research proposals. VI Collected materials on Eastern Europe and Ukraine (1786-1982). Materials on the history of Eastern Europe, 1861-1982; Galicia, 1786-1968; Ukraine, 1864-1982; Ukrainian communism and nationalism, 1923-1981. VII Collected materials on Viacheslav Lypynsky (1909-1933). Includes articles; clippings; manuscripts; notes; pamphlets. VIII Conferences and speeches on Slavic studies (1960-1977). Includes brochures; clippings; notes; programs. IX Lecture notes (1966-1983). Includes 33 sound tape cassettes. X Materials on M. Drahomanov (1873-1974). Includes copied materials; translations. XI Materials on Michal Czajkowksi (1831-1982). Papers delivered (1930-1971). XII Personal correspondence (1940-1984). XIII Published essays (1987). XIV Ukrainska Vilna Akademia Nauk (1961-1964). Includes bulletins; correspondence; notes. XV Writings by and about Ipolit Terletsky (1833-1977). Includes copied material; notes. XVI Writings of Mykyta U. Shapoval (1921-1935). XVII Writings of Osyp Nazaruk (1907-1940). Includes copied materials; notes.
1950s-1988;Transcribed and photocopied 1950s-1970s.
Fonds consists of transcriptions of letters and memoranda from the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle relating to domestic and international affairs between 1840-1861 used by F. Eyck for research for his book on the Prince Consort; correspondence and research material relating to his book on G.P. Gooch.
Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence with publishers, editors, educators, authors and others; manuscripts of The second empire, book reviews, book preface, essays, articles and unpublished work; newsclippings of articles by G.P. Gooch and reviews of his books; honours and awards; photographs; sound recordings of lectures, interviews and radio broadcast; published work; and works about G.P. Gooch.
Fonds consists of personal and business correspondence; legal documents; financial records; photographs; political speeches; transcripts of radio broadcasts; research material; manuscripts and/or galleys of articles, plays, short stories, novels and books of prose; and miscellaneous material.