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Allan B. VanCleave fonds

  • 78-11
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1976

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Allan Bishop VanCleave, chemistry professor and Dean of Graduate Studies. Included are lecture notes and glass lantern slides on glaciation; records relating to a high school teachers' seminar in chemistry (1960) and the University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association (1948); and colour slides depicting the sod turning, construction, and completed buildings of the main campus, University of Regina. (1962-1976).

VanCleave, Allan Bishop, 1910-1992

Anatol Murad fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1932-1980

Fonds consists of books, articles, book reviews, published and unpublished essays, and translations by economist, Dr. Anatol Murad. Also included are Dr. Murad's Curriculum Vitae, passports, and photograph.

Murad, Anatol, 1904-

Anne Campbell fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1938-1995, predominant 1954-1995

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Saskatchewan poet and writer, Anne Campbell. The papers are arranged in twelve series reflecting her numerous interests and activities: Arts/Cultural Organizations; Clippings; Correspondence files; Educational Institutions; Employment files; Exhibition Brochures/Invitations/Programs; Interests; Personal files; Photographs; Professional Organizations; Publications/Writings/Drafts by Anne Campbell; and Publications/ Writings/Drafts by others. Of particular interest is the extensive series of correspondence with family, relatives, friends, writers, artists, and colleagues, as well as drafts, manuscripts, reviews, and published versions of her writings. Taken together with her calendars, diaries, notes, and photographs these papers provide personal insights into Anne Campbell and the development of her work. Beyond that, files relating to the numerous cultural and professional organizations with which she was involved, especially the Saskatchewan Writer's Guild, the Writers union of Canada, and the League of Canadian poets, cast light on the craft of writing and creating poetry in Saskatchewan and on the milieu in which those activities occur. Additionally, files relating to local cultural groups, including an extensive series on Heritage Regina, provide evidence of the local cultural scene.

Campbell, Anne, 1938-

Art McKay fonds

  • Fonds
  • [193-?]

Fonds consists of childhood drawings created by Saskatchewan artist, Art McKay, ca. 1930s.

McKay, Art F., 1926-

Arthur Horsfall fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1940-1995

Fonds consists of professional records generated by Manitoba painter Arthur Horsfall, 1940-1995. The bulk of the collection consists of original drawings, sketches and sketchbooks, designs, and watercolors, as well as slides and photographs of his art works. Also included are correspondence, catalogues, and other records relating to the sale and exhibition of his work, along with correspondence with art galleries, art schools, arts organizations, professional associations, and employers. Publications featuring Arthur Horsfall and other artists are also present.

Horsfall, Authur, 1915-1995

Barbara Stange fonds

  • Fonds
  • 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

Bernie Zagorin fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1966-1975

Fonds consists of reports, minutes, and briefs relating to post secondary education in Canada. Included are: Canadian Association of Graduate Schools minutes, 1966-1972; Canadian Historical Association Graduate Studies report, 1975; Report of the Western Canadian Universities Task Force on Information Needs and Systems, 1973; and University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association Brief to the University Organization and Structure Commission, [1973].

Zagorin, Bernie

Bill Harding fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1931-1990, predominant 1931-1967

Fonds consists of personal papers created by agriculturalist, civil servant, international development worker, community activist, and sportsman, William M. Harding. Arranged by Harding in eleven roughly chronological series (Swift Current; Calgary; Hockey; Basketball; Adult Education Division; Department of Agriculture Period; CCF/NDP files; Community Clinic files; Guyana Period; and Liberia Papers), the papers provide selective documentation of his life and activities. Of particular interest are correspondence, reports, clippings, pamphlets, committee files, radio scripts, notes, briefing materials, minutes, and other records relating to his career as a civil servant with the Government of Saskatchewan, first with the Adult Education Division (1945-1946) and then with the Department of Agriculture (1947-1952). Records relating to Harding's work as Secretary of the Royal Commission on Agriculture and Rural Life (1952-1957), The Local Government Continuing Committee (1958-1961) include reports, a discussion handbook, speaking assignments and notes, pamphlets, correspondence, and other documents. Political materials, including election platforms, publicity materials, canvassing reports, analysis of election results, surveys, working papers, and correspondence (contains Woodrow Lloyd letters) relate to Harding's organizational and educational work for the CCF/NDP during the 1950s and 1960s, and a small series of pamphlets, statements, reports and published documents provide informatin on the community clinic movement in Regina and Saskatchewan. Also noteworthy is a substantial series of correspondence, reports, meeting materials, speeches, press clippings, pamphlets and other papers pertaining to his United Nations development work in Guyana (1964-1967), and in Liberia (1961-1962). Harding's early life and career in Swift Current are represented through articles, historical material, lecture notes, correspondence, clippings, pamphlets and reports from his work at the Swift Current Experimental Station in the 1930's, and by historical material on the Kinetic Club. A small clutch of clippings, publicity materials and documents concerning the Kinsmen arise from his time with the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede (1942-1944), and his sporting activities as a hockey official in Alberta and as an organizer of basketball in Swift Current and Regina are also documented. A detailed personal history prepared by Bill Harding in 1990 is also included.

Harding, Bill, 1911-

Bill Lobchuk fonds

  • 88-75
  • Fonds
  • 1955-1989

Fonds consists of personal, professional, and business records generated by Winnipeg printmaker and screen shop operator Bill Lobchuk. The records are arranged in ten series: Appointment Books (1979-1988); Correspondence (ca. 1973-1989); Financial Records; Personal (1972-1984); General Files (1955-1980s); Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop (1968-1984); Newspaper Clippings (1971-1988); Photographs and Negatives (1966-1980s); Professional Organizations (1974-1987); Publications (1972-1989); and Slides (1970-80). Of particular interest are Lobchuk's extensive personal and professional correspondence with artists, art galleries and arts organizations, and business records of the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop which include correspondence, financial records and other documents relating to the establishment and operation of the shop. Also noteworthy are publications, articles, exhibition catalogues, invitations, posters, publicity materials, photographs, transparencies, and slides relating to Lobchuk's own work, and to products of the Screen Shop, as well as files documenting his involvement with various professional organizations.

Lobchuk, Bill, 1942-

Brett Balon fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1968-1992

Fonds consists of eight series: Correspondence, Education and Continuing Education, Employment, General Files, Lupus Erythematosus Society of Saskatchewan Inc., Professional Activities and Associations, Writing by Brett Balon and Writing by Others. These series were established by the archivist. Of particular note are the University of Regina/University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, the ARMA, and the Coteau Books/Thundercreek Publishing Co-operative sub-series.

Balon, Brett, 1953-

Charles Torville fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1906-1970

Fonds consists of personal papers of Charles Torville, including personal documents, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, business and financial records, association files, and manuscripts relating to his activities as a businessman, mystic, songwriter, poet, and writer. Of particular interest are his letters from his sister Elsie Torville, in England (1906-08). His own writing is fractured and borders on incoherent.

Torville, Charles, 1888-

Claude Breeze fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1954-1996

Fonds consist of personal papers documenting the artistic and teaching career of Claude Breeze. The records are arranged in nine series: Art Works, Drawings, Sketches and Sketchbooks; Calendars and Diaries; Correspondence; Personal Financial Records; General Files; Newspaper Clippings; Photographs; Publications; and Scrapbooks. These papers, and in particular the wealth of sketches, drawings, and photographs included in the fonds, trace in detail the development of Breeze's art from his first works produced in the early 1950's to 1969 and beyond. A rich collection of correspondence, photographs, publications, and publicity materials reveals a generation of Canadian artists, poets, and writers who were strongly influenced by the 1960s. Also included is correspondence with Canadian public and commercial art galleries and with Breeze's patrons, Dr. Ken and Joyce Morton of Vancouver.

Breeze, Claude

Clifford Wiens fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1953-1990

Fonds consists of personal, professional, and business records generated by Saskatchewan architect Clifford Wiens, 1953-1990. Although arrangement and processing are not complete, the records are found in three series: Personal, General Office Files, and Project Files. The Personal series contains biographical information, financial records, health records, insurance files, publications by and about Clifford Wiens, speeches, presentations, interviews, and files relating to exhibitions and shows. Contained in the General Office Files series are the administrative records of Wiens' architectural firm relating to financial matters, personnel, equipment and supplies, competitions, conferences, travel, insurance, maintenance, property, public relations, communications, and correspondence with professional associations, government agencies, boards and committees, juries, and businesses. The financial records are extensive, dating from 1958-1982 and including financial statements, expense reports, corporate tax returns, appointment books, ledgers, auditors' reports, accounts, and routine bookkeeping documents. By far the most voluminous series is the Project Files which comprise approximately 32 meters of textual records and 5,200 drawings and plans relating to all phases of conception, design, tendering, and construction of Wien's work from 1958-1990. The projects range from small repairs, renovations, and additions, to heritage restorations, to large public buildings and commercial complexes, and include schools, churches, office buildings, stores, warehouses, picnic shelters and campsites, monuments, markers, and roadside signs, houses and apartments, hotels and motels. Proposals for projects that were never built have also been retained. Arranged chronologically by project number, the files contain feasibility studies, requirements, proposals, contracts, tenders, change orders and change memos, test reports, drawings and plans, presentation boards, revisions, approvals, meeting minutes and notes, specifications, quotations and cost estimates, progress reports and invoices, transmittal forms, furniture lists, schedules, inspection reports, shop drawings, photographs, models, colour schemes, recommendations and observations, interior designs, consultants' reports, field instructions, correspondence with clients and contractors, and other documents.

Wiens, Clifford

Coteau Books fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1975-1989

Fonds consists of six series: Coteau Books; Other Publishers; Professional Organizations; Government, Business and Industry; Caragana Records; and Thunder Creek Publishing Co-operative. The records reflect the growth of Coteau Books from an arm of a small co-operative run by its members to an established publisher with three employees. Of special note is the large quantity of manuscripts in various stages of production.

Coteau Books

Dan Cameron fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1913-1963

Fonds consists of records relating to Dan A. Cameron's activities as a teacher of voice at the Regina Conservatory of Music, writer, adjudicator, and concert performer. It includes personal correspondence, invitations, financial information, and military records. Arranged in four series (Conservatory of Music, Personal, Photographs, and Programs), the records reveal the full extent of his vocal activities in Regina and in Canada. Of particular interest are files documenting Cameron's extensive affliations with numerous local music organizations, and a collection of programs for various musical performances at the University of Regina's Darke Hall, and other venues. Included in these programs is one for the Gracie Fields concert in 1940. The records also contain a series of personal photographs, many unidentified, depicting Cameron, social events, local scenes, and travel views of European locales. Among the military records, the Roster Book, 2nd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Forces (c1918), provides significant genealogical information about members of the Battalion.

Cameron, Dan, 1880-1963

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