The fonds consists of records relating to the life and career of Senator Stan Waters and his family, including correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, military memorabilia and documents, photographs, brochures, Reform Party documents, and personal notes and documents.
The watercolour drawing depicts Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky as God the Father or Creator. The draft drawing was created by Julian Bucmaniuk in 1955 for use as the basis for the decoration of St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Edmonton, Alberta.
The fonds contains research papers, lecture notes, research notes taken for his dissertation, papers from Tobias’ teaching career at Red Deer College, court case files from his time as a subject matter advisor, high school memorabilia, and recordings of lectures and presentations.
The fonds consists of operational and administrative files created and collected by the AFNR, and includes legislation, policies and procedures, administration, finance, committees, conferences, board meeting minutes, presentations, submission and awarding of grants, photographs and negatives, and other records relating to the running of the Foundation. DVD+R contains scans of the physical documents donated by AFNR.
The fonds consists of copious material related to grants, funding, and financial management; working documents, minutes, and correspondence related to affiliated organizations such as the Edmonton Professional Arts Council, the Independent Film and Video Arts Alliance (later the Independent Media Arts Alliance), and the Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society; monthly and annual general meeting minutes; committee records including minutes and reports from the Production Committee (including records related to the procurement, maintenance, and renting of equipment), the Programming Committee (including records related to exhibitions and distribution), the Executive Committee/Board of Directors (including records related to governance), and the Membership Committee; administrative records including reports, correspondence, and job descriptions related to paid staff such as the executive director and production coordinator; and member and volunteer files. There are also posters, programs, and other promotional material created for FAVA events and a complete series of newsletters and other internal communications. The photographs depict FAVA events.
The fonds consists of 35mm slides created for the “Alberta Rural Cemeteries Photographic Project.” This project was funded by a grant from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation in 1992 and completed over the course of 1993-1994. Randall Adams travelled across Alberta to document rural cemeteries, taking photographs of approximately 300 cemetery sites.
The fonds consists of Miss Morrison's commission into the armed services (1943); her toast to the Canadian Womens' Army Corps on their 45th anniversary, and the program of that occasion; a speech to the University of British Columbia School of Nursing; a speech, "Gertrude Hall - a Tribute to a Friend," and a photograph of the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to Gertrude Hall; "Nursing With the Canadian Army in Normandy - 1944"; a letter and information on Betty Barefoot; references regarding the Geriatric Nursing Institute; and a paper on Ethel Johns by Rae Chittick. The Morrison papers donated by Eleanor M. Hayes consist of the transcript of an oral interview and the text of a speech, in which Jessie Morrison describes her experiences as a Nursing Sister with the Canadian Army, 1941-1943; Miss Morrison's curriculum vitae and 2 photographs.
The fonds consists of University of Alberta and Faculty of Nursing student memorabilia: graduation program, invitation, valedictory exercises program, news clippings and photograph (1938); Christmas dinner program (1933), junior prom program (1936), midwinter program (1937), and examination papers (1938); varsity yells from the Faculty of Nursing; 50th anniversary program (1974); Alberta Department of Health, District Nursing Branch staff photograph (1938); Alberta Public Health Association annual meeting program (1942); convocation program and invitation for the presentation of an honourary doctorate to Helen Sabin by Athabasca University (1993).