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R.G. Williamson fonds

  • MG 216
  • Archief
  • 1921-2011 (inclusive); 1956-2003 (predominant)

This fonds contains material created or collected by Dr. Williamson during his varied career as an anthropologist, civil servant, legislator, professor, and as a consultant for various provincial, national and international organizations and governments. Although primarily documenting Dr. Williamson's work for and with the Inuit of northern Canada, this fonds includes material relating to all circumpolar countries, other aboriginal groups in Canada, international affairs, and a very broad range of topics as they relate to the north, including art and culture, physical geography, sport, environment, botany, zoology, economics, defence, etc. It includes his personal and professional correspondence, research data, articles and scholarly writing, as well as a substantial collection of reference publications.

Williamson, Robert Gordon, 1933-

Denis St-Onge fonds

  • MG 299
  • Archief
  • 1957-2004

This fonds documents Dr. St-Onge's professional and academic career including correspondence with colleagues, course and committee material, and photographic records. The slides are filed by year and document St-Onge's private and professional life.

St-Onge, Denis A.

J.H. Richards fonds

  • MG 93
  • Archief
  • 1956-1988

This fonds consists largely of Richards' correspondence, lecture materials, personal data, addresses, articles, and research material. His work on the "Atlas of Saskatchewan" is included as is a variety of research material from studies done on an array of topics including land use, mapping, Saskatchewan land inventory, Grasslands National Park, recreational land use, regional planning, land use conflicts, and the NASA course at the Johnson Space Centre.

Richards, J. Howard

College Of Arts and Science Dean's Office fonds

  • RG 2033
  • Archief
  • 1933-1991

This fonds contains material relating to the research work, students, faculty and administration of the College of Arts and Sciences, and its departments. These records generally contain correspondence, minutes, reports, and memoranda; they may also contain material relating to associated national or international organizations, research articles, and addresses.

University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Dean's Office

I.W. Tweddell fonds

  • MG 64
  • Archief
  • 1952-1975 (inclusive) ; 1965-1974 (predominant)

This collection contains considerable material relating to aviation history, particularly in western and northern Canada, including material on: the Keng Wah Aviation School for Nationalist Chinese pilots; the RCAF; illustrations of the technology of flight; reference material; and microfilms of the Hudson Strait Expedition fonds (1927-1928) and "The Bulletin" (Western Canada Airways, 1929-1937). Additionally, there is material on Tweddell's other research interests, notably aerial mapping and surveying.

Tweddell, Ian William

R.M. Bone fonds

  • MG 240
  • Archief
  • 1930-1988 (inclusive) ; 1969-1976 (predominant)

This fonds consists primarily of material from two studies in which Dr. Bone was associated. The earliest, the "Stony Rapids Project", was conducted while Bone was in the Department of Geography. It started with a small grant from the Canadian Wildlife Service to examine the caribou hunt; ie. the number of people involved and the number of animals taken. The project, however, grew to encompass a wider study of the region and its inhabitants. The second study was undertaken while Bone was with the Institute of Northern Studies (INS). The Northern Saskatchewan Housing Needs Survey was a co-operative effort between the Department of Northern Saskatchewan and the Northern Municipal Council. The primary focus was to investigate the housing needs of the Métis in northern Saskatchewan. The INS was subcontracted to oversee the project, train the surveyors, enter the data, and write the final report. The resulting survey was more than an examination of housing needs. It also contains a great deal of socio-economic data which resulted in one of the most exhaustive studies of its kind. The fact that the surveyors came from the communities studied explains much of the data collection success. Both of these projects offer a unique snapshot of the communities studied. There is also material of a more general nature that deals with northern Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.

Bone, Robert Martin

J. Howard Richards - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of J. Howard Richards, Professor and Head, Department of Geography.

Bio/Historical Note: J. Howard Richards was born 21 May 1916 in Caerphilly, Wales. He enrolled at the University of Wales in 1934 and graduated in 1938 with a B.Sc. in Geography. Richards remained in Wales the following year to teach at a private school and spent the next two years as a Meteorologist in the United Kingdom and Canada. He joined the Royal Canadian Army, serving in Europe from 1942-1946. After his discharge, Richards enrolled at the University of Toronto; in 1947 he received his MA. Richards taught at Utica College of Syracuse University and the University of Manitoba before returning to the University of Toronto, where he earned his PhD in 1956. He briefly joined the staff of the Royal Military College of Canada prior to coming to the University of Saskatchewan in 1960 as Professor and Head of the newly formed Department of Geography. He was to remain in that post until his retirement in 1979. He was named Professor Emeritus in 1983. During his tenure, Richards developed academic programs in Geography and the interdisciplinary programs of Land Use, Environmental Studies and Regional and Urban Development and Planning. He was the editor of the first "Atlas of Saskatchewan" and the author of "Saskatchewan Geography" and "Saskatchewan: A Geographical Appraisal," among other publications.

H.C. Moss fonds

  • MG 321
  • Archief
  • 1907-1980.

This fonds contains materials primarily related to Moss's work on the soil survey of Saskatchewan, and academic work connected to soil classification and land use.

Moss, Harold Charles

Aninda Chakravarti fonds

  • MG 138
  • Archief
  • 1956-1994

This fonds contains reference material, correspondence, reports, manuscripts, maps and research data relating to Dr. Chakravarti's research, teaching, and administrative career. Included are correspondence relating to, and manuscripts of, many of Chakravarti's published articles. Dr. Chakravarti has published widely in the following fields: synoptic climatology; precipitation patterns, drought and dust storms on the Canadian prairies; and agricultural and foods problems in India. The administrative series contains material relating to the restructuring of the Geography graduate program in the 1980s and to the appointments made in the department. The teaching series includes lecture notes, exams and assignments, and student evaluations.

Chakravarti, Aninda

Ka-Iu Fung fonds

  • MG 279
  • Archief
  • 1932-2002, predominant 1964-2000

This fonds contains material documenting the career of Ka-Iu Fung, including correspondence with colleagues, teaching materials, and research material, including that compiled for the two "Atlas of Saskatchewan" projects.

Fung, Kai-Iu, 1935- ; (Professor of Geography)

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