This fond contains mostly textual material, specifically copies of the books and articles Bob Fink wrote over his lifetime, mainly in regards to the evolution and origin of music and other topics related to music. The other half of the collection is copies of sheet music which he composed, mainly under the series name “Some New Old Music” as well as the opera Lysistrata. It has been published individually as well as in collections. There are also some recordings on a variety of media (CD, cassette, and reel to reel) which appear to contain recordings of Bob Fink playing his compositions.
Bob Fink kept an extensive website filled with the articles he wrote on a wide variety of topics. It also contains links to articles he collected that were of interest to him and related to his areas of study. It also contains MIDI’s of the music he composed. You can access the archived version of it here:
This fonds contains materials primarily relating to Moyer’s musical career. It includes reel-to-reel tapes of sessions, live night club performances, dances and other concerts, studio recordings, and interviews. In addition there are numerous early vinyl recordings, posters, memorabilia, and some personal biographical materials.
This collection contains administrative files from the Dept. of Surgery, including departmental meetings; as well as grants and awards; Dr. Colquhoun's membership in various societies and associations including the Cancer Society and the Saskatchewan Medical Association; and research and lecture notes. There is also a file relating to the Medical Care Commission.
Colquhoun, Brian Patrick Danvers, 1941- (Professor of Surgery)
Primarily papers on Reeder’s work with the Canadian Heart Health Initiative, including information on surveys taken in every province. Lecture slides belonging to previous professors on subjects of Public Health are also included, as are an interesting series of candid health-related 35mm slides from the 1950’s.
This fonds consists of correspondence, research notes, drafts, and manuscripts relating to King's books: "A Book of Canadian Poems;" "A Book of Essays;" "Extending the Boundaries;" "The First Fifty;" "Saskatchewan: The Making of a University;" "Saskatchewan Harvest;" and "Three Stories by Joseph Conrad." Additionally, it includes King's articles, lectures, and addresses dealing primarily with Canadian literature. There is also material related to King's other interests: the career and works of G.B. Shaw and R.A. Wilson, provincial and national library associations, and pacifism.
This fonds contains the minutes of the Campus Day Care Cooperative, articles and publications on day care, material from conferences, and correspondence relating to child care legislation in other provinces.
Campus Day Care Cooperative (University of Saskatchewan)
This manuscript collection contains the Director's scripts of Radio Plays produced on the CBC National Network by Emrys Jones during the period 1952 to 1954. All the scripts are copyright by their respective authors. The authors of these plays have been arranged alphabetically in each series
The collection consists primarily of correspondence, photographs and memorabilia documenting Allison’s friendship and political association with John Diefenbaker – starting with Allison’s advice to Diefenbaker about his leadership convention in 1948. In addition to correspondence, there are a few detailed notes to file documenting conversations between Allison and Diefenbaker, including a 19-page document entitled “Notes on the Election of the Diefenbaker Government” (1957), which also covers the appointment of Diefenbaker’s first cabinet.
This fonds focuses on the initial proposals for courses relating to women’s studies at the University of Saskatchewan, leading eventually to the development of the department of Women’s and Gender Studies. The organization reflects the description of materials provided by the donor.