This fonds contains records related to the development and operation of the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame. Textual records consist of correspondence, business records concerning the Arts program, alumni records, newsclippings, and college publications and brochures. The extensive series of photographs and video recordings document college life and feature campus buildings, students, graduation ceremonies, choral and drama productions, and sports events. Sound recordings capture interviews with Notre Dame students and staff, and College songs.
This fonds consists of records of Father James Athol Murray from 1918 but particularly from his time at the Notre Dame College from 1927 to his death in1975. Father Murray's interests were intricately involved with his role as College administrator and teacher and as a result there is not always a clear distinction between his personal records and records of the college. This fonds contains: photographs of Athol Murray and albums he compiled, many related to school events as well Canadian and international events; textual records consisting of extensive correspondence with international figures, including Canadian Prime Ministers Sir Wilfred Laurier, Louis St. Laurent, Mackenzie King, Lester Pearson, John Diefenbaker and Pierre Trudeau, as well as Notre Dame students and alumni; newspaper clippings; and publications prepared by Athol Murray. The videos and sound recordings document Father Murray's speeches and interviews on such topics as sports, education, politics and religion. Also included in this fonds is Father Murray's collection of rare books and manuscripts dating between the 13th to 17th century. Athol Murray fon
The textual series contains mainly publications that were owned by the Avenue Community Centre which focus on LGBTQ issues and health. The poster series contains a variety of feminist and lesbian themed posters from the 1970’s –through the 1980’s, many of which are from Saskatchewan and Saskatoon in particular, although other locations are included.
Avenue Community Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity
This fonds contains files relating to the Department of French, including departmental minutes and annual reports; as well as files on the Library Committee, the Curriculum Revision Committee for Arts and Science, and the University Committee on Student Social Activities.
This fonds reflects Holmlund’s interest in the philosophy of education, his varied career at the University of Saskatchewan, and his concern for an equitable society. It is particularly valuable as a source for university history, specifically for the period of Leo Kristjanson’s tenure; and for issues surrounding health delivery, education, and the College of Medicine; the development of computer / IT services on campus; and First Nations educational opportunities. As a reflection of planning at a post-secondary U-15 institution, this fonds is particularly strong, notably for the materials surrounding the Issues and Options project.
The fonds consist of Alex Balych's CJNB papers (25 scripts and year-round reviews), Northwest Economic Council (NEDC) correspondence, School papers North Battleford School District #1438 (correspondence and reports), Pearl Balych photographs (200) and textual records, Dance Festival programs 1964-1968, 1970-1990, Radio scripts 1963-1965.
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.
This fonds includes minutes, committee reports, conference proceedings and correspondence, as well as the personal papers of three Basilian fathers: Father Henry Carr, CSB; Father Paul Mallon, CSB; and Father Eugene Cullinane, CSB.
The fonds consists of financial district minutes and statements (1905-1924), Ministerial Session minutes (1906-1925), and Sunday School records (1915-1918) from Battleford District of the Methodist Church.
The fonds consists of textual materials generated by the Presbytery, its secretaries, committees and related bodies, in fulfillment of their responsibilities, as outlined in the Manual of the United Church of Canada.
Contents include: minutes; reports; correspondence; documents regarding Hafford (Mission) Hospital; an accounts ledger; files relating to education and students; record of candidates for ministry; pastoral relations records; and a Battleford Presbytery Survey (1973).