Consists of correspondence and minutes of meetings from the 25th Anniversary Committee; Place of Vision book; records, reports and publications from various campus units documenting how they celebrated the 25th Anniversay events with open houses, awards, projects, concerts, tours, displays, performances and demonstrations. Also includes photographs of the October, 1991 Open House and photograph contact sheets of displays from the Archives and Special Collections.
Fonds consists of correspondence with various businesses, the City of Calgary and dignitaries involved in the 25th Anniversary celebrations; correspondence with all the Faculties and Departments regarding their activities; plans, schedules and reports from the University Open House in October; material on the Imperial Oil Lectures. Also includes two posters, one from the Visions anniversary book and one from the Nickle Arts Museum. Also includes various ephemera: pins, t-shirt, plaques, ribbon and a framed proclamation from the City.
University of Calgary. 25th Anniversary Secretariat
Consists of personal correspondence, including some with societies in which he was involved (1935-1972); subject files, including some which refer to Calgary campus administration (1949-1962); speeches (1947-1966); his writings, including geography manuals, essays, articles, and notes, some of which are related to the philosophy of education (1932-1966); his MA thesis (1940) and PhD dissertation (1949); lecture notes and reference material; newsclippings on education; biographic material; photos of Calgary Normal School, Doucette and his wife; and ephemera.
Fonds consists almost entirely of Allan Cairns' scholarly and creative writing. A small number of items relating to his teaching responsibilities in the Department of English and to his career as a whole are included amongst the records reflecting his professional activities, and correspondence relating to the publication of his work are filed along with copies of his writings which appeared in print. The records were sorted and arranged after Cairns' death by an appointee of his executors: it is unclear what changes were made to Cairns'original arrangement. The fonds has been arranged into six series, including Professional Activities, Scholarly Writing, Poetry, Short Stories, Novels, and Publications and associated material.
Fonds consists of records created by the Advisor to the President on Women's Issues and the President's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women. These include subject files arranged in alphabetical order by subject (the individual file titles are not strictly alphabetical), the reports "Daycare Expansion" and "Women in the '90's", budgets, newspaper clippings and legal correspondence on the Aleksandra Vinogradov discrimination hiring case, membership lists, surveys, and minutes of meetings of the Status of Women Committee (1977-1989). Also consists of annual reports of the Advisor to the President on Women's Issues (1989-1993).
University of Calgary. Advisor to the President on women's issues
Fonds contains the records created and collected by Comanor during his career as a social work administrator, a university professor and a social work consultant. His frequent involvement in conferences, symposiums, workshops and other training venues is reflected in the number of papers he presented and the bulk of records he accumulated from such events. The fonds is arranged into six series which reflect the main activities in Comanor's professional life. They are: 1)Early Career - Social Work Administrator; 2) Academic Career - Social Work Educator; 3) Conferences and Other Speaking Engagements; 4) Consultations; 5) Subject Files; and 6) Correspondence Files. Records consist of correspondence and memos, course outlines and examinations, program development notes, curriculum review reports, consultative project reports, conference planning notes, minutes, papers presented to conferences and other academic gatherings, statements presented to state and national committees investigating social issues, records of professional associations, conference programs, and newspaper clippings.