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Dorothy Bee fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1903-1986

Fonds consists of personal memorabilia accumulated by music professor Dorothy Bee, 1903-1986. Included are biographical information, correspondence, certificates, programs, photographs, clippings, place-mats, publications, and artifacts relating chiefly to musical act writers and such organizations as the Saskatchewan Provincial Music Teachers Association, Regina College Institute, the Regina Conservatory of Music, and the Lemberg Auxiliary. Noteworthy is the small collection of programs relating to various music recitals, concerts, and festivals (1916-1972). Also included is a sound disc recording of a piano performance by Miss Bee's student, Angela Gabriel.

Bee, Dorothy, 1910-1986

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 The fonds also contains: drafts of numerous published, unpublished, and/or unfinished stories, poems, plays, TV scripts, and novels; correspondence with other writers and with publishers; publications by and about Begamudr and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

Duncan Blewett fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1954-1988

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by psychology professor Duncan Blewett, 1954-1988. The bulk of the material has not been processed, but it includes: personal (1965-1988) and professional (1958-1979) correspondence; writings, speeches, and notes by Dr. Blewett (1958-1985) chiefly relating to psychedelics and psychotronics; articles by others about Dr. Blewett and his work (1959-1984), teaching materials and student theses (1972-1986); and various published works. Especially noteworthy is the extensive documentation relating to LSD research undertaken by Blewett and others, dating from 1955-1984 and comprised of interview forms, patient assessment scales, correspondence, data tables, reports, clippings, notes, and unpublished and published articles. A small quantity of material pertaining to departmental matters is also present.

Blewett, Duncan B.

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

Ron Bloore fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1925-1995, predominant 1960-1995

Fonds consists of drawings and sketches by Bloore; correspondence with public and private art galleries; personal correspondence, including artists Ted Godwin, Ray Kiyooka, Ernest Lindner, David Thaughberger, Claude Breeze, Ken Lochhead, Doug Morton, and Jan Wyers; catalogues, notices, posters, and other publicity materials relating to exhibitions of artworks by Bloore and other artists; articles by and about Bloore; organization, committee, and general subject files relating to Bloore's professional and charitable activities; newspaper clippings;. lecture notes, correspondence, and other records relating to his teaching career, chiefly at York University; personal financial, health, and legal records, including extensive documentation and photographs relating to Bloore's role as executor of the Theodore Allen Heinrich estate; and photographs, negatives, and slides depicting works of art by Bloore and other artists, family, friends, gallery openings, and Bloore's travels in North and Central America, Europe, and Africa; and sound recordings pertaining to the "Regina Five" and Innuit art.

Bloore, Ronald L., 1925-

Jack Boan fonds

  • Fonds
  • [194-]-1985

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by economics professor Jack Boan, from the 1940s to 1985. Most of the records have not been processed but generally they fall into the following series: Professional Correspondence (1962-1978); Community and Professional Concerns, Organizations and Affiliations (1965-1985); Conferences, Colloquia, Workshops ([ca. 1967]-1985); Personal ([ca. 1940s], 1970-1976); Publications and Writings by Dr. Boan (1951-1976); Reference Files ([ca. 1945]-1983); Royal Commission on Health Services (1962-1965); and University Work ([ca. 1945]-1983). In the University Work series the following sub-series are found: Administration (1961-1975); Faculty (1962-1971); Teaching ([ca.1945]-1983); and Youth/Students (1960-1976). Of particular interest are the extensive files relating to the various community, professional, and student organizations with which Dr. Boan was involved at the local, regional, and national levels. These contain correspondence, meeting materials, financial documents, reports, newsletters, and other material pertaining to numerous groups in the areas of community planning, broadcasting, resources, economics, and, especially, international development. Some of the organizations are: the Community Planning Association of Canada, Regina Branch (1966-1973) and Saskatchewan Division (1967-1972); Man and Resources (1972-1973); the Canadian Bureau for International Education (1973-1976); CUSO, local and national (1960-1976); World University Service of Canada (1963-1971); and the United Nations Association, Regina Branch (1968-1969), 1980-1985). Also notable are the correspondence, budgets, grant applications, program materials, audio recordings, photos, and other records concerning the planning, organization, and funding of the second Canadian Conference on Health Economics held at the University of Regina in September, 1983, and chaired by Dr. Boan. The fonds also contains substantial series of teaching and reference files dating from the 1940s to 1983. Besides teaching materials, lecture notes, examinations, class lists, and other records directly relevant to the courses Dr. Boan taught, these files incorporate a broad range of background information in agricultural economics, water resources, recreation, mining, health, transportation, energy, land management, forecasting, and other areas of academic interest and expertise.

Boan, John Alexander (Jack)

Gail Bowen fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1983-1995

Fonds consists of background information, correspondence, contracts, drafts, manuscripts, notes, reviews, financial information, and publicity materials relating to the writing, publishing, and production of five books, three plays, and numerous articles by Gail Bowen. Also included are examinations, student papers, and teaching materials pertaining to her role as a professor of English, and a small quantity of personal correspondence and financial records.

Bowen, Gail, 1942

Lewis Brandt fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1964-1986

Fonds consists of professional papers of psychology professor Lewis W. Brandt. Included are publications, student papers, teaching materials, committee and department files, exam papers, and Dr. Brandt's extensive correspondence in English, German, and French.

Brandt, Lewis Wolfgang, 1921-

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

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-

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

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-

Robert Cosbey fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1959-1981

Fonds consists of professional papers of English Professor Robert C. Cosbey, 1959-1981. The records are arranged in five series: Associations; Oral History Projects; 'All in Together Girls'; Teaching; and Sound Recordings. Within the latter series, the audio tapes have been organized as follows: Folk Songs, including radio programs and related research material; Oral History; Skipping Songs; and Student Projects. The textual records consists of conference and workshop materials, correspondence and general files pertaining to oral history associations; guides, manuals, correspondence, reports, conference material, grant files and reference files concerning oral history; reports, text, and transcripts relating to Cosbey's book 'All in Together Girls'; and course descriptions and student papers. Photographs found in the student papers chiefly relate to old-time musicians and dancing, square dancers, farm life in Saskatchewan, and school yard games. Also included are slides of quilts made by various women.

Cosbey, Robert C., 1914

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

Saros Cowasjee fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1939-1997

Fonds consists of personal, professional and literary papers of Indio-Canadian writer and professor, Saros Cowasjee, 1939-1997. While the arrangement differs among the various accessions, overall the records fall into the following series: Biographical Information, Correspodence, Writings by Saros Cowasjee, Editing, Mulk Raj Anand, Sean O'Casey, Conferences, Publications, Awards and Research Grants, and Teaching. Included are contracts, drafts, manuscripts, correspondence, proofs, publications, reviews, and other records relating to the numerous books, essays, chapters, scholarly articles, short stories, belles-lettres, features, reviews, and letters to the editor written by Dr. Cowasjee. Of particular note is the extensive documentation of his research and writing on Irish playwright Sean O'Casey and Indian author Mulk Raj Anand, including substantial correspondence from Anand, 1965-1990. There is also ample coverage of Cowasjee's editorial work, particularly relating to his re-examination of the literature produced in India during the Raj period, and the reprinting of several of those titles. The fonds contains wide-ranging correspondence between Cowasjee and publishers, writers, magazine editors, students, researchers, film producers, readers, friends and associates, as well as Canadian, British, Indian, American and international academics and scholars.

Cowasjee, Saros

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