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Saskatchewan Teachers College fonds

  • Fonds
  • 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

Sharon Butala fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1981-1987

Fonds consists of personal and literary papers of Saskatchewan writer Sharon Butala, 1981-1987. The records are arranged in three series: Correspondence with cultural organizations, government agencies, media, friends, writers, and others (1981-1987); Publications by Sharon Butala (1985); and Writings and Drafts (1982-1987). The latter contains various drafts and manuscripts of a number of unpublished and published works including 'Sweet Time' (Herren, 1985), 'Country of the Heart' (Fifth House, 1984), 'Luna' (Harper Collins, 1988), and 'From the Heart'.

Butala, Sharon, 1940-

Stan Rands fonds

  • 89-70
  • Fonds
  • [193-]-1987

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by educator, health administrator, and social activist, Stan Rands, [193_]-1987. Although processing is not complete, the papers are arranged in three broad series: Interests/Involvements/Issues; Personal; and Professional. The bulk of the material is found in the first series which is subdivided by topic into the following sub-series: Aging; Children's Issues; China; Civil Liberties; Clippings - Miscellaneous; Community Issues; Co-operatives and Credit Unions; Education; Health; Labour; Miscellaneous Issues/Involvements; Natives; NDP/CCF; Peace/Disarmament; Pollution; Publications/Writing/Periodicals; Simon Fraser University; Women's Issues; and Youth. Included are correspondence, reports, clippings, addresses, articles, conference papers, bylaws and legislation, briefs, association files, research materials, questionnaires, minutes and meeting files, financial documents, historical materials, notes, pamphlets, and other records relating to the many topics and organizations Rands was involved with. Of particular note is the approximately 2.58 meters of material dealing with health issues and organizations, especially the community clinic movement in Saskatchewan. Records in the Health sub-series have been arranged in the following categories: Community Health Services Association Board of Directors; Community Health Services Association - General; Community Clinic History; Community Health Cooperative Federation; Health Care and Medical Issues; Saskatchewan Health and Medical Issues; Legal/Ethical Issues in Medicine; Local Community Clinics and Associations; Medicare; Mental Health; and Related Materials pertaining to the Group Health Association of America, the Hall Commission on Health Services; Hospital Privileges, Medicine/Politics, Conferences, and Clippings. The small series of Personal records includes biographical information, correspondence, Rhodes Scholars Association materials, photographs, personal notes and momentos. The final series, Professional, contains records relating to professional associations/affiliations, conferences, issues in the psychological profession, departmental and university administration, teaching, and graduate students and theses.

Rands, Stan, 1908-1985

Susan Whitney Gallery fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1978-1994

Fonds consists of files generated by Susan Whitney Gallery Ltd, a private art gallery located in Regina, Saskatchewan. These records relate to the exhibitions and selling of art by such regional artists as Joe Fafard, David Thauberger, Russ yuristy, Bill Lobchuck, Don Proch, and Tony Tascona, among others, and such folk artists as W.C. McCargar, Dmytro Stryjek, and Eva Dennis. Other Canadian and foreign artists are represented. The fonds have been organized into ten series: Art Fairs, Artist files/Artists, Date Books, Financial Records, Globe Theatre, Invitations, Personal, Photographs, Scrapbooks, and Working files/Administration. The first series, Art Fairs, is further subdivided into four subseries: General, ART/LA/Los Angeles International Art Fair, Chicago International Art Exposition, and the Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition.

Susan Whitney Gallery

Ted Godwin fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1929, 1942, 1949-1987, predominant 1950-1987

Fonds consists of records documenting the personal and professional life of artist and teacher Ted Godwin. The records are arranged in thirteen series: Artifacts (1980-1984); Art Works, Designs, Sketches and Posters (1949-1987); Calendars and Diaries (1969-1986); Correspondence (ca. 1964-1984); Financial Records, Personal (1955-1984); General Files (ca. 1965-1986); Miscellaneous Material; Newspaper Clippings, Articles; Photographs and Negatives (ca. 1950-1986); Publications (1929, 1942, 1949-1986); Slides; Audio Tapes (1981); and Videotapes (1982-1987). Of particular interest are Godwin's original sketches, sketchbooks, works of art, and posters, as well as a large quantity of photographs, slides, videotapes, exhibition catalogues, and other publications relating to his work and the work of other artists. Also noteworthy is the correspondence with architects, art galleries, and dealers, artists, art teachers, family and friends which contains copies of Godwin's outgoing letters. The General Files chiefly comprise files relating to his professional life including business correspondence; correspondence and financial records pertaining to the Hard Art Moving and Storage Co. and other enterprises; professional organization files; correspondence, lecture notes and student papers relating to his work at the University of Regina and other institutions; and a small quantity of Godwin's prose and poetry. Small amounts of personal and family materials are also found in the financial records, photographs, slides, and videotapes.

Godwin, Ted, 1933-

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

Thomas H. McLeod fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1934-1974

Fonds consist of personal and professional papers of economist, educator, and administrator, Dr. Thomas H. McLeod. Included are correspondence, reports, notes, and other records relating to Dr. McLeod's consulting work in Turkey (1960-61, 1966), Iran (1961-63), and Africa (1970). Also included are correspondence and reports pertaining to the Saskatchewan Royal Commission on Taxation (1963-64) and general professional and personal correspondence (1940-1972). A large series of notes, lectures, essays, and speeches relates to Dr. McLeod's teaching at Brandon College (1941-44) and contains his essays as a student at Brandon College and Indiana University, as well as miscellaneous papers and speeches written by Dr. McLeod on a variety of topics (1940-1971). A copy of his Ph.D. thesis and photos of the University of Saskatchewan Hospital Board and executive staff (1963) and the Regina Campus Library Orientation Program (1969) are also present.

McLeod, Thomas H.

Tony Tascona fonds

  • Fonds
  • [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

University of Regina Dept of Visual Arts fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1951-1979

Fonds consist of administrative papers (89-5 and 90-56), student records (89-5) and papers relating to the Emma Lake Artists' Workshops (89-5 and 90-56). 89-5 includes administrative papers from the Dept of Drama. 89-5 contains 31 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller. 90-56 contains 4 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller.

University of Regina. Dept. of Visual Arts

University of Regina, Dept. of Drama fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1952-1979, predominant 1966-1984

Fonds is composed of more than one accession. 89-5 consists of administrative correspondence, various class descriptions and papers from the Dept of Visual Arts. 91-27 consists of administrative papers from: the Dept of Drama, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Division of Fine Arts, and the Regina Symphony Orchestra. 124 photographs and 5 architectural drawings are also included.

University of Regina. Dept. of Drama

University Secretary's Office fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1964-1983, predominant 1971-1983

The first section of the University Secretary's Office Fonds is in chronological order consisting of correspondence, memos, and minutes between the Secretary's Office and various departments, committees, and other entities at the University of Regina. -a The second section of the University Secretary's Office fonds consists of four series: 1.University Secretary's Office; 3.University Wide Records; 5.Professional organizations; 7.Students. It includes annual reports, correspondence, between the Secretary's Office and various departments, committees, and other entities at the University of Regina, and Personnel matters.

University of Regina. Secretary's Office

Ven Begamudré fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1931-1996

Fonds consists of personal, professional and literary papers created by Saskatchewan writer Ven Begamudre, 1931-1996. Included are manuscripts, drafts, notes, and correspondence relating to his major published books 'Van de Graaff Days', 'A Planet of Eccentrics', and 'Laterna Magika', as well as a family history project entitled 'Load Shedding'/'Extended Families'. The fonds also contains: drafts of numerous published, unpublished, and/or unfinished stories, poems, plays, TV scripts, and novels; correspondence with other writers and with publishers; publications by and about Begamudr and scholarly criticism of his work; video and audio tapes of interviews and readings; essays; talks; grant and application files; association and jury files; teaching and editing files; reading and conference files; an album containing photos relating to writing including shots of the Saskatchewan School of the Arts at Fort San; and family and personal photographs and memorabilia.

Begamudre, Ven

Vic Cicansky fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1989

Fonds consists of papers, slides, and sculptural maquettes covering a number of commissions and art pieces which Vic Cicansky completed over a twenty year period, from 1969 to 1989. They include maquettes and sketches for "The Old Working Class," and the "New Working Class" commissions, as well as several smaller pieces. The wall sculpture entitled "The Garden Fence," now in the Canadian Broadcasting Building in Regina, is also featured in this collection. Slides take the researcher through the step-by-step processes employed by the artist in creating his sculptures. There is a working sketch, a sample title, a miniature wall, the photographs of the final sculpture as evidence of these processes. This fonds includes the papers of fellow artist, David Zack.

Cicansky, Vic, 1935-

W. C. Blight fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1919-1990

Fonds consists of professional papers of W.C. Blight, 1919-1990. Most prominent are the numerous reports and memoranda he wrote in his capacity as Registrar and Campus Secretary, covering a wide range of topics including the history of the University, admissions and transfers, university structure and organization, registration, student unrest, native students, examinations, marking and grading, academic programs, federated colleges, and many other administrative matters. Also included is Blight's 'Curriculum Vitae', as well as photographs of University staff, convocations, and events.

Blight, William Clifford, 1908-1995

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