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W.G. Worcester fonds

  • MG 32
  • Archief
  • 1896-1965 (inclusive) ; 1922-1952 (predominant)

This fonds contains information concerning curriculum and enrollment in ceramic engineering; Worcester's personal and research-related correspondence; diaries; research material on enamels including work done in the Turner Valley and Highwood River areas and lignite mining in North Dakota; as well as articles and addresses, and personal photographs.

Worcester, Wolsey Garnet

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

A.L. Karras fonds

  • MG 381
  • Archief
  • 1937-1997

This fonds contains materials relating to Art Karras' three books, including correspondence with publishers; with fans; with trappers; drafts and typescripts.

Karras, Art, 1914-1999 (author)

Margaret H. Pattillo fonds

  • MG 59
  • Archief
  • 1955-1981 (inclusive); 1976-1981 (predominant)

This fonds contains a number of files concerning feminism and the status of women, including the Federal Government Advisory Council and the Saskatchewan Action Committee on the Status of Women. There are also several subject files containing pamphlets on topics such as family planning, marriage contracts, rape, sex stereotyping, and women in education, politics, religion, and the labour force. There are files on women in Canadian universities, the Saskatoon Business and Professional Women's Association, International Women's Year, Florence Howe, Edith Rowles Simpson, and the Saskatchewan Conference on Children. The fonds contains various publications, including "Federal Services for Women," "Status of Women News," "Towards Equality for Women," "Continuum," "Upstream," and "Canadian Newsletter of Research on Women" (later known as "Resources for Feminist Research"). This fonds also contains a binder of publications and ephemera from Saskatchewan's Golden Jubilee (1955).

Pattillo, Margaret H.

J.M. Hayden fonds

  • MG 72
  • Archief
  • 1919-1984 (inclusive) ; 1961-1983 (pre-dominant)

This fonds contains an initial section of articles and reviews written by J.M Hayden. The remainder is correspondence, notes, drafts, and research material relating to his Doctoral thesis, "The Estates General of 1614" and his four published books: "France and the Estates General of 1614", "The Manning of the British Navy During the Seven Years War" [written by Stephen Gradish and edited by Hayden], "So Much To Do, So Little Time: The Writings of Hilda Neatby" and "Seeking A Balance: The University of Saskatchewan 1907-1982." The latter two contain the most extensive material, and are particularly relevant to the study of the University of Saskatchewan's history.

Hayden, J. Michael

Nicolas Gyenes fonds

  • MG 76
  • Archief
  • 1947-1983 (inclusive); 1968-1982 (predominant)

This fonds contains information on various associations, including correspondence, minutes, reports, constitution and bylaws pertaining to the founding and activities of the Society for the Promotion of Art History Publications in Canada; and to the establishment, financing and distribution of "Revire d'Art Canadienne / Canadian Art Review;" as well as correspondence relating to the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada and the Universities Art Association of Canada. It includes a proposal for the establishment of the Department of Art History at the University of Saskatchewan and correspondence, memoranda, minutes and reports pertaining to the establishment, administration and operation of the Museum of Antiquities. Included in this are a considerable number of photographs, both of original acquisitions for the Museum and items that were to be considered for future purchases. In addition, there are photos of art reproductions done at the Louvre, and several photos of Columbian, African, Medieval, Japanese, Greek, and Roman sculptures. The majority of the collection contains Professor Gyenes' personal correspondence, writing, speeches, research and lecture notes, as well as museum and gallery catalogues, clippings and a bibliography for research and lectures.

Gyenes, Nicolas

W.P. Fraser fonds

  • MG 91
  • Archief
  • 1904-1943

This fonds contains correspondence with teachers, government officials, colleagues and the general public concerning plant specimens, diseases, identification and equipment.

Fraser, William Pollack, 1867-1943 (Professor of Biology)

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

Saskatchewan Teachers College fonds

  • Archief
  • 1893-1964

This fonds is divided into two sous-fonds: Administrative and Student Assembly. Administrative records come from both schools and are principally academic records of students (Accession Nos. 84-48 and 87-37) as well as some administrative correspondence and directives from the provincial Department of Education (Accession 85-30). The Student Assembly records are almost all from the Moose Jaw school and include minutes of meetings, financial records, and historical records (84-48 and 85-30). Student yearbooks ("Normal Echoes") are also available in the Publications Section of the Archives.

Saskatchewan Teachers College

John Sawatsky fonds

  • Archief
  • 1977-1987

Fonds consists of professional papers of Canadian investigative journalist John Sawatsky, 1977-1987. The bulk of the records concern four books written by Sawatsky. Relating to the first book, an expos of the private life of Soviet defector Igor Gouzenko, entitled 'Gouzenko: The Untold Story', are research files, manuscripts and drafts, interview transcripts, and sound recordings of conversations with Mrs. Gouzenko (1978-1984). The research files contain copies of clippings, court, and financial documents dating back to the 1940s. Pertaining to two books, 'Men in the Shadows: The RCMP Security Service' and 'For Services Rendered: Leslie James Bennett, and the RCMP Security Service'; the fonds includes research files, clippings, and galleys (1977-1982). Interview transcripts, manuscripts, proofs, and indexes relating to 'The Insiders: Government, Business and the Lobbyists' (1982-1987) are also present. In addition, correspondence and reports arising out of John Sawatsky's time at the University of Regina as Max Bell Professor of Journalism (1984-1985) and a small quantity of personal material are also included.

Sawatsky, John, 1948-

Oscar Seawell fonds

  • Archief
  • [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.

Barbara Stange fonds

  • Archief
  • 1975-1984

Fonds consists of professional papers of education professor Barbara Stange, chiefly relating to her research into students' "levels of moral reasoning." Included are a thesis proposal, literature, correspondence, written and tape recorded interviews, scoring sheets, analysis and notes pertaining to her Masters thesis (1977) and to a follow-up study in 1976, as well as additional interviews on the same topic conducted between April 1977 and June 1982. Minutes of the Early Childhood Education Area meetings (198401985), correspondence and a report relating to the University of Regina Children's Centre (1983-1984), and a small quantity of professional publications are also present.

Stange, Barbara Leete

William Stevenson fonds

  • 83-7
  • Archief
  • 1953-1979

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by author, journalist, and television producer, William H. Stevenson, 1953-1979. Since Stevenson often worked simultaneously as a foreign correspondent, author, and T.V. producer, the records have been arranged chronologically to delineate these roles during various periods of his life. Included are notebooks, brochures, publications, articles, correspondence, and photographs pertaining to his work as a correspondent in Asia, Africa, China, Russia, and Malaysia while reporting for Near and Far East News (Asia) Ltd., the 'Toronto Telegram', the CBC, and other agencies. His records as an author include reviews, publications, correspondence, publicity materials, manuscripts, contracts, notes, expenses, research files, notebooks, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating to the research, writing, publication, and promotion of the books, 'Birds' Nests in Their Beards', 'The Bushbabies'. 'Strike Zion', 'Zanek', 'Emperor Red', 'The Bormann Brotherhood', 'A Man Called Intrepid', 'Intrepid's Last Case', '90 Minutes at Entebbe', and 'Ghosts of Africa'. Records documenting Stevenson's activities as a television producer relate to programs on China, Yugoslavia, various CBC 'Tuesday Night' productions, and film and T.V. treatments of 'Bushbabies', and 'A Man Called Intrepid'. Small quantities of personal material and records relating to speaking engagements are also present in this fonds. Of particular note is the 60cm of material dealing with Stevenson's biography of Sir William Stephenson, 'A Man Called Intrepid', which contains extensive correspondence between the author and his subject, 1972-1978. Researchers should note that, despite information to the contrary contained in the book's introduction, no copies of British intelligence documents are included in this fonds.

Stevenson, William

Walter Stewart fonds

  • Archief
  • 1948-1992

Fonds consists of professional papers of investigative journalist, Walter Stewart. The bulk of the material was generated by Stewart during the research, writing, and publication of his numerous books, articles, and newspaper columns, 1948-1993. Included are correspondence, outlines, contracts, extensive research materials, notes and notebooks, drafts, tearsheets, galleys, photos, publications, publicity materials and reviews. Also of note is a series of early 'Maclean's' magazine files (1953-1960) which were rescued by Stewart during one of his stints with the magazine. Much original and copied material from 'Maclean's' staff members other than Stewart is present in these files, and Stewart's own Maclean's files from a later period (1967-1982) are also contained in the fonds. Business correspondence (1967-1984), Stewart's correspondence as editor of 'Policy Options' magazine (1988-1992), and a small quantity of his personal correspondence (1982-1993) are also included.

Stewart, Walter, 1931-

Tony Tascona fonds

  • Archief
  • [192-?]-1994, predominant predominant 1960-1994

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers of Manitoba artist, Tony Tascona. Included are catalogues, commission and project files, exhibition files, catalogues, invitations, and publicity material, news clippings, reference material and periodical articles, and audiovisual material relating to Tascona and his art. Of particular note is the series of business correspondence (1960-1994), the photos and slides of Tascona's work and events during his career, and a substantial collection of original art cards created by numerous contemporary artists (1952-1993), along with catalogues of other artists. The fonds also contain a small selection of Tascona's original art creations including drawings, a self-portrait, prints, T-shirts, and wedding invitations. Records relating to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts during Tascona's tenure as prairie region vice-president (1979-1981), to the Winnipeg Art Gallery when he served on its Board (1975-1976), and to his involvement with the Canadian Conference of the Arts (1990-1993) are also present. The professional records are supplemented with small quantities of personal and family financial records, legal documents, correspondence and photographs. The fonds also includes a photograph of Tascona's grade one class with teacher, Gabrielle Roy.

Tascona, Tony

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