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Lewis Brandt fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1964-1986

Fonds consists of professional papers of psychology professor Lewis W. Brandt. Included are publications, student papers, teaching materials, committee and department files, exam papers, and Dr. Brandt's extensive correspondence in English, German, and French.

Brandt, Lewis Wolfgang, 1921-

Lloyd Barber fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1955-1992

Fonds consists of personal papers of Lloyd Ingram Barber who was President of the University of Regina from 1976-1990. Dating from 1955-1992, the records include general files (1959-1988), clippings, annual reports, class materials, and personal correspondence (1955-1992). Of particular interest are Dr. Barber's extensive Indian and Native files, 1965-1985. These contain conference materials, correspondence, daily journals, treaties, documents and publications, audio tapes, land claim court case files, and files relating to various Native organizations, all generated during his tenure as Indian Claims Commissioner, as well as personal files pertaining to Aboriginal affairs generally. Also noteworthy is the complete record of speeches delivered by Dr. Barber, 1961-1990, and files containing correspondence, reports, meeting materials, financial statements, and other records relating to the many directorships held by Dr. Barber, 1977-1992.

Barber, Lloyd, 1932-

Lloyd Person fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1970-1982

Fonds consists of personal papers of Lloyd H. Person, Director of fine Arts and Humanities, Department of Extension, 1970-1982. Included are biographical notes, souvenir booklets, brochures, and programs relating to various lecture and concert series offered by Extension, and writings and publications by Lloyd Person. Of particular note is a scrapbook containing Fine Arts and Humanities brochures, 1970-1981.

Person, Lloyd H., 1918-1985

Lorna Crozier fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1971-1995

Fonds consists of personal papers throughly documenting the private life and literary career of Canadian poet & writer, Lorna Crozier. While the arrangement of series varies somewhat among the accessions, as a whole the fonds contain the following series: Correspondence (personal and professional); Writings/Drafts (by Crozier & other writers); Professional Activites; Publications (buy and about Crozier and other authors); Personal files; Employment and Education files; Photographs; Posters; and Audio Visual Tapes. Beginning with her early student works a substantial portion of the papers is made up of drafts, revisions, gallery proofs, manuscripts, reviews, and published versions of poems, plays, short stories, and reviews written by Crozier, providing a detailed reflection of her development as a writer. Also noteworthy is the extensive personal and professional correspondence with family, friends, publishers and colleagues including such important Canadian writers as Susan Musgrave, John Newlove, Anne Szumigalski, Eli Mandel, and her husband Patrick Lane, as well as many others. Crozier's varied activities as an editor, teacher, speaker, interviewer, jurist, speech writer, and student are well represented in the papers, as are her associations with numerous literary and cultural organizations. The audio visual materials provide aural and visual glimpses into her life and work, and include audiotapes of interviews with various artists conducted by Crozier and of her and Lane's appearances on CBC Radio.

Crozier, Lorna, 1948-

Lucy Murray fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1954-1966

Fonds consists of files kept by English Professor Lucy Murray relating to University bodies with which she was associated. Included are minutes, reports, correspondence, and other documents pertaining to the Library Committee (1954-1960), the Scholarship Committee (1958-1963), the Registrar's Committee (1963-1964), the Committee on Studies (1960-1964), and the Department of English (1956-1966).

Murray, Lucy, 1902-1967

Lyn Goldman

  • Fonds
  • 1962-1992

Fonds consists of personal papers of publicist and administrator Lyn Goldman,1962-1992. The records have not been processed.

Goldman, Lyn

Maggie Siggins fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1979-1991

Fonds consists of research materials and writings generated by journalist Maggie Siggins during the production of five books: 'Bassett: His Forty Years in Politics, Publishing, Business, and Sports' (James Lorimer and Company, 1979); 'Brian and the Boys: A Study of Gang Rape' (James Lorimer and Company, 1984); 'A Canadian Tragedy: JoAnn and Colin Thatcher: A Study of Love and Hate' (Macmillan of Canada, 1985); 'Revenge of the Land: A Century of Greed, Tragedy and Murder on a Saskatchewan Farm' (McClelland and Stewart, 1991); and 'Riel: A Life of Revolution' (Harper Collins, 1994). While the arrangement varies amongst the various accessions, as a whole the records fall into four main series: Research Files, Interviews, Legal Materials, and Writings. The products of Siggins' thorough research, the first series contains magazine and news clipping, correspondence, biographical information on subjects and informants, notes, bibliographies, background materials, chronologies, photographs, articles, and copies of archival documents. The second series consists of audio recordings and/or transcripts of interviews with an extensive array of individuals who played major or minor roles in the events Siggins describes. Since a number of her books deal with court cases, the fonds also includes comprehensive legal documentation including proceedings of hearings and trials, affidavits, judgements, and files relating to forensic and medical evidence, laws and legal arguments, and testimony. The final series consists of outlines, drafts, manuscripts, galleys and correspondence relating to the writing and publication of the books. It should be noted that although Siggins' research occurred since 1979, the research files contain extensive historical material. This is particularly true for the Riel records in which is assembled a comprehensive collection of archival documents copied from repositories across Canada, and dating back to the early 1800s. Relating to the 'Bassett' book, the fonds includes only tape recorded interviews.

Siggins, Maggie, 1942-

Margaret Messer fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1916-1986

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Margaret Messer. Arranged in six series (Education, General, Teaching, Organizations, Publications, and Scrapbooks) the records document her activities as a teacher, art educator, writer, and illustrator, as well as her own education and training and her involvement with several professional groups. A large part of the collection contains information on art education programs at Balfour Technical School (1945-1974) and at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus (ca. 1966-1984) where she was a significant influence on program development. Of particular note is the series of publications which includes articles and books written or illustrated by Messer (1946-1973). Publications of the Saskatchewan Society for Education through Art (SSEA) are found in the Organizations series, along with papers, correspondence, conference materials, minutes, newsletters, and other records pertaining to her involvement with the SSEA (1961-1985), the Canadian Society for Education through Art (1962-1984), the Saskatchewan Arts Board (1947-1970), and others. General Files (1927-1986), containing biographical information, art commissions, personal and professional correspondence, curriculum materials, travel logs, drawings by Messer, and memorabilia, provide additional insight into her life and career.

Messer, Margaret

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

Neutral Ground fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1982-1990

Fonds consists of information on all the exhibitions held at Neutral ground from 1982-1990, with a few exceptions. The collection also contains photographs, slides, and posters.

Neutral Ground (Gallery)

Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1937-1990

This fonds consists of serveral accessions: Feasibility Study on the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery (85-73;. Cassette tape on the Mackenzie building controversy, produced by CBC (88-66); Administrative files, 3 architectural blueprints, 29 photographs and 1 poster, 1937-1985 (89-34; Architectural plans from the 1930s (89-67); General files from the Faculty of Fine Arts which includes administrative papers on the Gallery (91-27); and Administrative files from the coordinator of Education Programs, 1981-1990 (93-45).

Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery

Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery Society fonds

  • Fonds
  • [1957-1975?]

Fonds consists of minutes from the Board of Directors, correspondence and general administrative papers.

Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery Society

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

Oscar Seawell fonds

  • Fonds
  • [1971]-1991

Fonds consists of professional records generated by engineering professor Oscar D. Seawell, [1971]-1991. The records have not been processed but they include administrative files, personnel and student files, publications, research grants and applications, research files, professional associations files, studies and reports, university and Faculty of Engineering committee files, background material, lectures, assignments and schedules, exams and quizzes, student projects and theses and other records relating to Mr. Seawell's research, teaching, professional activities, and administrative role.

Seawell, Oscar D.

Otto Rogers fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1953-1988, predominant

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Saskatchewan artist Otto Rogers, (1953-1988). It includes a substantial series of Drawings and Sketches (1955-1976); Publications, including exhibition catalogues, publicity materials, and articles featuring Rogers and other artists (1954-1988); a diverse series of personal and professional correspondence with family, friends, galleries, art dealers, artists, and others (1953-1988); corporate and personal Financial Records (1983-1987); Newspaper Clippings (1954-1987); audio-visual materials (1959-1987), and Miscellaneous personal material. Correspondence, publicity notices, invitations, and publications relating to Rogers' involvement with the Bahai faith (1969-1988) are also present.

Rogers, Otto, 1935-

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