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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Fonds consists of books, articles, book reviews, published and unpublished essays, and translations by economist, Dr.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-

Roy Cullimore fonds

  • Fonds
  • [1980?]-1983.

Fonds consists of the manuscript, rough drawings, and published version of D. Roy Cullimore's book, 'A Survey of the Uses and Abuses of the Prairie Elevator', 1983.

Cullimore, D. Roy, 1936-

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

Jack Sures fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1949-1999

This collection contains catalogues, publications, passports, certificates, correspondence, minutes and other formal documents from arts organizations, photographs, slides, negatives, video tapes, eight-millimetre film, architectural drawings, sketchbooks, media clippings, and one ceramic art work presented to Jack Sures from his students. His art works, exhibitions, travels, commissions, teaching career and personal contacts are well documented through this expanse of material.

Sures, Jack

William Stevenson fonds

  • 83-7
  • Fonds
  • 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

Margaret Messer fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1916-1986

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Margaret Messer. Arranged in six series (Education, General, Teaching, Organizations, Publications, and Scrapbooks) the records document her activities as a teacher, art educator, writer, and illustrator, as well as her own education and training and her involvement with several professional groups. A large part of the collection contains information on art education programs at Balfour Technical School (1945-1974) and at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus (ca. 1966-1984) where she was a significant influence on program development. Of particular note is the series of publications which includes articles and books written or illustrated by Messer (1946-1973). Publications of the Saskatchewan Society for Education through Art (SSEA) are found in the Organizations series, along with papers, correspondence, conference materials, minutes, newsletters, and other records pertaining to her involvement with the SSEA (1961-1985), the Canadian Society for Education through Art (1962-1984), the Saskatchewan Arts Board (1947-1970), and others. General Files (1927-1986), containing biographical information, art commissions, personal and professional correspondence, curriculum materials, travel logs, drawings by Messer, and memorabilia, provide additional insight into her life and career.

Messer, Margaret

Rita Deverell fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1947-1988

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers of Rita Shelton Deverell. Documenting her multi-faceted career are publications, research files, teaching records, correspondence , audio-visual materials, committee and conference records, professional memberships, reviews, clippings, and workshop records. Of particular note are background information, correspondence, financial records, transcripts, and clippings relating to Deverell's research on theatre personality, Florence B. James. Personal records include appointment books, financial records, contracts, photographs, publications, scrapbooks, clippings, and songbooks, as well as a small quantity of personal correspondence. Research files, seminar materials, drafts and abstracts, and other records relating to Deverell's doctoral studies are also present, chiefly pertaining to her dissertation on "Arts Policy, Society, and Children".

Deverell, Rita

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-

Jim Pitsula fonds

  • 87-74
  • Fonds
  • 1984-1986

Fonds consists of questionnaires, correspondence, notes, photographs, and research files generated by James M. Pitsula pertaining to his book, 'An Act of Faith: The Early Years of Regina College', 1984-1986. Of particular interest are questionnaires completed by former Regina College students recording their memories of the institution, as well as correspondence with some alumni. The research files contain notes, copies of articles, newspaper clippings, and photocopies of archival documents housed at the University of Regina Archives, the Saskatchewan Archives Board, and elsewhere. Although the research occurred in 1984-1986, the time-span under study was 1911-1939, and the copied documents and photographs originate from that period. The photos are copy negatives of originals in the collection of the University of Regina Archives. Most, but not all, were used in the book

Pitsula, James M., 1950-

F. Lester Bates fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1961-1977

Fonds consists of Dr. Bates' Curriculum Vitae; articles and reports written by him on the care of the mentally retarded in Saskatchewan and Western Canada, and on teacher training in the West Indies; and one photograph of Dr. Bates.

Bates, F. Lester

Lloyd Barber fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1955-1992

Fonds consists of personal papers of Lloyd Ingram Barber who was President of the University of Regina from 1976-1990. Dating from 1955-1992, the records include general files (1959-1988), clippings, annual reports, class materials, and personal correspondence (1955-1992). Of particular interest are Dr. Barber's extensive Indian and Native files, 1965-1985. These contain conference materials, correspondence, daily journals, treaties, documents and publications, audio tapes, land claim court case files, and files relating to various Native organizations, all generated during his tenure as Indian Claims Commissioner, as well as personal files pertaining to Aboriginal affairs generally. Also noteworthy is the complete record of speeches delivered by Dr. Barber, 1961-1990, and files containing correspondence, reports, meeting materials, financial statements, and other records relating to the many directorships held by Dr. Barber, 1977-1992.

Barber, Lloyd, 1932-

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-

Richard St. Barbe Baker fonds

  • Fonds
  • [1952?-1974?]

Fonds consists of manuscripts, proofs, and photographs relating to seven books by Richard St. Barbe Baker: Caravan Story and Country Notebook (1919) ; Famous Trees (1952) ; Horse Sense: Horses in War and Peace (1962) ; Famous Trees of New Zealand (1965) ; Famous Trees of Bible Lands (1974) ; Sahara Conquest (1966) ; and Sahara Challenge (1954).

Baker, Richard St. Barbe, 1889-

Gladys Arnold fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1985-1987

Fonds consists of the manuscript for journalist Gladys Arnold's book 'One Woman's War: A Canadian Reporter with the Free French', as well as correspondence relating to its publication, 1985-1987.

Arnold, Gladys, 1905-

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