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Ray F.E. Harvey fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1949-1969, predominant 1966-1968

Fonds consists primarily of records generated by two committees: the Saskatchewan Department of Education's Committee of Inquiry on Teacher Salary Negotiation Procedures, 1966-67, and the University of Saskatchewan's Joint Committee on Higher Education, 1965-68. Dr. Harvey was a member of the Joint Committee on Higher Education and was chairman of the Regina Campus Sub-Committee. The major purposes of the Joint Committee were: to examine all aspects of post-secondary education; to examine the feasibility of establishing several colleges in defined regions of the province to further the economic and cultural development of the region; and to examine and evaluate the articulation of all formal and informal educational programs in a community.

Harvey, Ray Francis Ethelred

Terrence Heath fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1919-1996, predominant 1971-1993

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Terrence Heath, a Saskatchewan freelance writer, cultural consultant, and curator. While the arrangement of series differs somewhat between accessions, as a whole the fonds contains corresspondence, financial records, personal files, publications, drafts and photographs, the bulk of which relate to Heath's writing and to his consulting activities. Of particular note is his vast correspondence with cultural organizations and galleries, government agencies, professional organizations, publishers and book dealers, universities, media outlets, writers, poets, artists, friends, family and others, which provide a wealth of information about the literary and cultural scene in Canada. The extensive series of Heath's writings and publications including articles, essays, reviews, books, exhibition catalogues, poetry, consultant's reports, manuscripts, plays, radio scripts and commentaries, filmscripts, short stories, student papers, and talks, provide insight into his development as a writer and his wide-ranging expertise in the cultural arena. Along with the writings and publications by other authors contained in the fonds, these records serve as a rich source for the study of Canada's cultural history chiefly during the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s. Small quantities of personal documents and financial records are also included.

Heath, Terrence, 1936-

Theodore Allen Heinrich fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1910-[1983?]

Fonds consists of 18 series: Biographical Material;Family; Personal; Early Recreation; Education; Army Service; Working Career; Personal Art Interests and Activities; Professional Activities; Professional Organizations; Writing; Newspaper Clippings; Photographs and Negatives; Publications; Scrapbooks; Slides; Sound Tapes; Death. Most series are subdivided into series and sub-series. Of particular note are: Correspondence; King's College, Cambridge University; Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF); Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives (MFA); Wiesbaden, Germany (Allied Restitution of Nazi Looted Art); Henry E. Huntington Library; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Royal Ontario Museum; University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus; and York University. Although Heinrich did not publicly proclaim his homosexuality, this aspect of his life is also reflected in his papers and thus they represent a rare source of information on the homosexual lifestyle, particularly in the 1940s and 50s. The travel photographs of both Heinrich and his father, Edward Oscar Heinrich, are particularly noteworthy, as are Heinrich's photographs relating to World War II and the MFA.

Heinrich, Theodore Allen

Reg Higgs fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-1985

Fonds consists of statistics, student papers, annual reports, memoranda, publications, and photographs relating to athletic programs at the University of Regina. Of particular interest is a series of portraits, game action shots, and group shots of Cougar hockey teams, 1974-1984, as well as hockey career scoring statistics, 1976-1984. The fonds also contains a small series of files pertaining to sport and athletic organizations with which Reg Higgs was associated.

Higgs, Reginald Wayne

Owen Holmes fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1955-1964

Fonds consists of personal papers created by chemistry professor, Dr. Owen Holmes. The bulk of the material consists of correspondence and other records relating to the University of Regina Chemistry Department, to several university committees on which Dr. Holmes served, and to professional organizations with which he was associated.

Holmes, Owen Gordon, 1929-

Arthur Horsfall fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1940-1995

Fonds consists of professional records generated by Manitoba painter Arthur Horsfall, 1940-1995. The bulk of the collection consists of original drawings, sketches and sketchbooks, designs, and watercolors, as well as slides and photographs of his art works. Also included are correspondence, catalogues, and other records relating to the sale and exhibition of his work, along with correspondence with art galleries, art schools, arts organizations, professional associations, and employers. Publications featuring Arthur Horsfall and other artists are also present.

Horsfall, Authur, 1915-1995

Roy Kiyooka fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1989

Fonds consist of 13 photographs of Roy Kiyooka, Jack Shadbolt, Ron Bloore, Ken Lochhead, Doug Morton and Mickey Morton at Emma Lake, Sask. The photos were taken in October, 1989.

Kiyooka, Roy

Myrna Kostash fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-1990

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers of Myrna Kostash. Included are personal and business correspondence, financial records, association files, teaching records, project files, and records relating to her extensive writing activities. The latter include background material, research files, articles, drafts, corrections, manuscripts, speeches, presentations and readings, interviews, newspaper columns, correspondence, scripts, notes, and reviews. Of particular note are audio cassettes and transcripts of interviews Kostash conducted during research for two books, "Long way from home: the story of the sixties generation in Canada" and "No kidding: inside the world of teenage girls". Kostash's involvement with NeWest Press (1983-1989), and with numerous professional organizations including the Writers' Union of Canada (1978-1994), the Writers Guild of Alberta (1980-1988), and the Periodical Writers Association of Canada (1976-1984), are reflected in records consisting of correspondence, minutes, agendas, membership lists, newsletters, constitutions, policy papers, committee files, and other material.

Kostash, Myrna

Patrick Lane fonds

  • Fonds
  • [194-]-1994

Fonds consists of personal, professional, and literary papers of Canadian poet and writer, Patrick Lane. While the arrangement differs among the various accessions, in general the records fall into the following series: Correspondence (1941, 1961-1994); Drawings and Sketches (1971-1972, 1977, 1983); Photographs ([194__], 1949, 1951, 1960-1994); Publications By/Featuring Patrick Lane (1966-1994); Publications By/Featuring Others (1967-1991); Audio-Visual Materials (1977-1993, many undated); Writings By Patrick Lane (1963-1994, many undated); Writings By Others (1961, 1971-1994, many undated); Financial Records (1978-1990); Personal Files (1946-1956, 1969-1994); Professional Activities (1977-1994); Professional Associations (1970, 1976-1990); and Red Lane (1962-1964). Of particular note is Lane's extensive correspondence with cultural and educational institutions, colleagues, family and friends, government agencies, media, publishers, and the many writers and poets who sought his advice about their work. Also included are notes, drafts, and manuscripts of the many articles, journals, poems, reviews, short stories, speeches, and radio scripts written by Lane, along with a nearly-complete set of his published works. The fonds also contains sound and video recordings of radio programs, readings, and interviews with Patrick Lane, Lorna Crozier, and other writers, and photographs depicting Lane, Crozier, family, friends, travel subjects, homes, literary events, and scenic shots. Files relating to Lane's professional functions as a writer, editor, and juror include documentation relating to conferences and festivals, workshops, grant applications, radio contracts, appraisals, readings, talks, and writer-in-residence positions. Files pertaining to his work with the League of Canadian Poets and other professional associations with which he was affiliated are also present. Poetry written by Patrick's father, 'Red' Lane, and 'Red''s correspondence with his wife, Elaine, (1962-1964) are also found in this fonds.

Lane, Patrick

Howard Leyton-Brown fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1962-1975

Fonds consists of personal papers created by Dr. Howard Leyton-Brown. Included are reports, notes, correspondence, meeting materials, minutes, list of artist and compositions, programs, and other records reflecting his various musical involvements locally, provincially, and nationally. The bulk of the records pertain to Dr. Leyton-Brown's activities as a member and director of the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Dating from 1966-1972, this series includes job applications, briefs, reports, committee files, correspondence, grant applications, information bulletins, minutes and agendas of Board meetings, monthly operations reports, clippings, and press releases. His participation with the Canada Council is also documented in a series of files containing reports, meeting materials, notes, and correspondence, 1971-1974. The remainder of the fonds is arranged by the organization or institution with which Dr. Leyton-Brown was associated, and includes the Canadian Association of University Schools of Music (1967); the Conservatory of Music, University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus (1962-1966); the Regina Council of the Arts (1970); the Regina Orchestral Society (1963-1964); and the Regina Symphony Orchestra (1963-1964; 1973).

Leyton-Brown, Howard, 1918-

Bill Lobchuk fonds

  • 88-75
  • Fonds
  • 1955-1989

Fonds consists of personal, professional, and business records generated by Winnipeg printmaker and screen shop operator Bill Lobchuk. The records are arranged in ten series: Appointment Books (1979-1988); Correspondence (ca. 1973-1989); Financial Records; Personal (1972-1984); General Files (1955-1980s); Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop (1968-1984); Newspaper Clippings (1971-1988); Photographs and Negatives (1966-1980s); Professional Organizations (1974-1987); Publications (1972-1989); and Slides (1970-80). Of particular interest are Lobchuk's extensive personal and professional correspondence with artists, art galleries and arts organizations, and business records of the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop which include correspondence, financial records and other documents relating to the establishment and operation of the shop. Also noteworthy are publications, articles, exhibition catalogues, invitations, posters, publicity materials, photographs, transparencies, and slides relating to Lobchuk's own work, and to products of the Screen Shop, as well as files documenting his involvement with various professional organizations.

Lobchuk, Bill, 1942-

David Teal Lowery fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1964-1980

Fonds consists of School of Administration and Faculty of Administration class schedules, course contents, mid-term and final exams, and student marks.

Lowery, David Teal

Norman Mackenzie fonds

  • Fonds
  • [189-?]-1936, predominant 1911-1936

Fonds consists of personal papers of Regina lawyer and art collector Norman MacKenzie, dating from approximately 1890-1936. Chiefly consisting of correspondence relating to the selection, acquisition, and appraisal of art work, 1911-1936, the fonds also contains personal and family photographs and a scrapbook of letters and clippings relating to his death.

Mackenzie, Norman

John B. Mantle fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1937-1976

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers of Dean of Engineering John B. Mantle, 1937-1976. The records have not been processed but the following series can be identified: Student Notebooks (1939-1941, 1946-1947, 1963-1964); Teaching (1949-1967); Publications and Papers by Mantle (1948-1970); Research Papers by Others (1937-1976); Photographs (1948-1954); University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus Committees (1973); and Professional Associations (1962-1974). The last two series contain the transcripts and report of the Senior Academic Committee Subcommittee Studying Student Participation in University Government; and correspondence, reports, meeting materials, minutes, procedures, syllabus of examination, and other documentation of the Canadian Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers, including accreditation visits to the University of Western Ontario, the University of Calgary, and the University of Manitoba. The photos in this fonds depict University of Saskatchewan Mechanical Engineering classes and R.C.A.F Squadron groups. The Teaching files contain student papers, lab assignments, instructional materials, memoranda and background papers pertaining to classes taught by John B. Mantle, and the Research Papers relate chiefly to photoelasticity. In addition to published articles by John Mantle, the Publications and Papers series includes correspondence, photographs, diagrams, lab reports, drafts, and unpublished papers.

Mantle, John B.

Art McKay fonds

  • Fonds
  • [193-?]

Fonds consists of childhood drawings created by Saskatchewan artist, Art McKay, ca. 1930s.

McKay, Art F., 1926-

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