This fonds contains personal correspondence, travel diaries, lecture and research notes, seminar presentations, Jaques' undergraduate note books, personal reminiscences, and files relating to the activities of the Canadian Hemophilia Society and the Anglican Church of Canada.
Jaques, Louis Barker, 1911- (Professor of Physiology)
This fonds contains two black and white photo albums which hold ~100 photographs, of which about 30 are of U of S student life in the 1918-1920 era. The rest are of White Rock area in BC as well as one full album of photographs from travel in Europe.
This fonds contains biographical material, including a Paul family history and reminiscences and anecdotes by L.C. Paul, as well as several of his articles. In addition, there is both the manuscript and published version of the History of Extension (1910-1970), and a file on the Retired Faculty Association. The addendum contains clippings and article pertaining to the history of agriculture and agricultural science in Western Canada.
This fonds contains material concerning the withdrawal of librarians from the Employee's Union, the Association of Professional Librarians, and the Committee on the Status of Librarians, as well as information concerning the Instructional Resources Centre, the Reference and Serials departments, the Archives, the Education Resource Centre, acquisitions, and Canadian Library Week.
Murray, M. Ruth, (Librarian; University of Saskatchewan alumnus)
This fonds contains documentation relating to the Hones' extensive involvement in the arts--notably, the art scene in Saskatchewan during the early 1940s and the establishment of the Saskatoon Arts Centre, the Art Association of Saskatoon, "The Prospectors," along with correspondence from friends Ernie Lindner, Nonie Mulcaster, Robert Hurley, etc. The Hone=s own artistic work is also well documented; as is their exceptional community work: with the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, UNESCO, Voice of Women, Regina Community Clinic, etc. The Hones were also actively involved with the Unitarian Fellowship, Regina. Additionally, this fonds contains business records from ADM Hone, Mac's father, documenting early land / mining / logging rights and development in the west. An extensive collection of slides documents the art and architecture of numerous countries visited by the Hones; including personal and commercial images of international works of art. The slide collection also illustrates many of the themes used in the Hones' art, and documents their family, friends, and interests.
Hone, John Ramsey McGregor, 1920-2007 (artist, teacher)
The contents of this fonds is primarily drafts and clippings of articles and editorials by Margaret Weiers. The fonds also includes the first draft of manuscript Against The Odds which became Envoys Extraordinary: Women of the Canadian Foreign Service, published by Dundurn Press in 1995.
The majority of this fonds is printed material including periodicals, magazines and reports. The subject matter deals with women's issues, adult education, native issues and international development primarily in Ghana and Saskatchewan.
This fonds documents the interests, careers and family of John and Doreen McConnell and their daughter, Mary Ann. It includes materials related to McConnell’s work in communications, his work for the Canadian and Saskatchewan governments, together with materials relating to his interest in the environment and social and international development issues. It also includes materials relating to his wife, Doreen, who predeceased him. It has been organized into three sous-fonds, for records relating to Doreen; to John; and to their daughter Mary Ann.
1878-1984 (inclusive); ca. 1878-1917 (predominant)
The McKay family fonds contains material created and assembled primarily by Angus McKay and his daughter Nan McKay. The photographs include family members as well as HBC staff; the University of Saskatchewan campus during Nan McKay’s time as a student; and a variety of scenes and people in Northern Saskatchewan, documenting Angus McKay’s work and family life at various posting, and including a photo identified as a treaty party in La Ronge. The textual material accumulated by Angus McKay includes business, family and personal correspondence, including correspondence relating to his award of scrip, receipts, financial accounts, price lists, tax assessments, etc. There is also material relating to the McKay family tree; printed reminiscences (1935) of the Riel Rebellion of 1885; notes and sketches for a talk by Nan McKay about bird watching.
This fonds contains personal correspondence, working papers, articles, manuscripts, research material, and lecture notes. Much of the material deals with Dr. Timlin's work with the Social Science Research Council of Canada (SSRCC) and her research on immigration policies from 1896 to 1960. Included in the research material are copies or microform of various primary sources, such as Sessional papers (1892-1895), the Laurier fonds, and the Sifton fonds.
This collection contains original works of art, photographs, and documentation relating to classes Ms. Perron took at the University of Saskatchewan, notably fine art classes. Her professors included Bill Epp, Otto Rogers, and Eli Bornstein; her classmates included Bob Christie and Doug Bentham.
This fonds contains materials relating to the publication of Women Together : Portraits of Love, Commitment, and Life ( essays by Mona Holmlund, photographs by Cyndy Warwick, foreword by Candace Gingrich. Philadelphia, Pa.: Running Press, 1999. In University library: HQ75.5 .H655 1999). The book was based on interviews with couples throughout North America, including those involved at the time with changes to legislation regarding same-sex marriages, etc.