This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and reports for the following committees: Computer Advisory Committee; Computer Management Committee; Computer Budget Committee; Computer Hardware Subcommittee; and Computer Selection Committee. The collection also contains two articles by Professor Wacker: "Switching Noise Studies on Powerline Courier" (1967) and "Image Representation Via Its Symmetrical Components" (1986).
This fonds contains biographical data; correspondence with colleagues and publishers; draft and corrected manuscripts of published books, articles and reviews; publicity and notes for public lectures; class and course notes; photographs of excavation sites; articles by other authors; research notes and bibliographical cards.
Sullivan, Richard Douglas, 1936- (Professor of Classics)
This fonds contains administrative records, material related to the theatre season, including playscripts, programs, posters, photographs, publicity releases, reviews, and correspondence, as well as resumes of actors, directors and technicians. The records for the seasons covering the period 1972 to 1978 and 1984 to 1986, however, are very sparse. Also included are records relating to other theatres and various agencies and organizations connected with the dramatic arts. Due to the large volume of material, records relating to the play Paper Wheat have been organized into a separate series.
This fonds contains the correspondence, reports, articles, addresses, speeches, minutes, clippings and publications pertaining to the various activities John Evans was engaged in between 1919 and 1940. The material has been arranged alphabetically according to certain topics or subject matter. However, in sorting such material, often an item would make reference to more than one issue. In this case material was grouped under the main, or predominant subject. No cross referencing has been made. Subjects are further subdivided into correspondence, articles, addresses, reports, etc.
This collection consists of materials by and about Emile Petitot amassed by Mr. Savoie in his work with the department of Indian and Northern Affairs. Most of the records are photocopies of manuscripts, articles, and personal letters, the originals of which date from the late 1800s. The collection also contains books by or about Petitot and a few maps.
This fonds contains Sorokin's: manuscripts, published works, correspondence, clippings, Harvard University Administrative files, and administrative files of the Research Centre for Creative Alturism. Also included are a few photographs, a microfilm and cassette tapes, as well as works by others about Sorokin and his theories. Some of the material about Sorokin was added after his death.
This collection primarily consists of Laycock's addresses and articles. Among the many topics covered in this material are child and adolescent development, mental health, parent-teacher cooperation, exceptional children, and penal reform. Additionally, it contains some biographical information, including a taped interview (1970) and the article, "My Work in the Mental Health Field, 1940-1970."
Laycock, Samuel Ralph, 1891-1971 (Dean of Education)
This fond consists of personal and general correspondence of Dr. Bailey with his medical colleagues in Minnesota and Saskatchewan. Some of the correspondence relates to the implementation of Medicare in Saskatchewan and the doctor’s strike. The fonds also includes files relating to Dr. Bailey's work with the Canadian Neurological Society and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. It also includes minutes and memorandums from the Department of Medicine and the Laboratory and X-Ray Committee of the University Hospital.
This fonds consists of correspondence and biographical material; minutes, reports, and newsletters from the Canadian Council for Educational Research and the Canadian Education Association; and material related to the curriculum, courses, and staff of the College of Education. In addition, there is considerable information relating to Quance's publications, his speeches and articles, particularly on spellers, spelling, teacher's manuals, and examinations. It also contains information on Knox United Church in Saskatoon.
This fonds consists of material reflecting Professor Allely's interest in and work with the Canadian Armed Forces, including mobilization planning at the University, the Joint Services University Training Committee, the Canadian Officers Training Corps, and lectures on military history. The fonds also includes personal correspondence and publications.
This fonds contains Professor Arnason's genealogy; correspondence regarding W.P. Thompson's retirement; material relating to the planning and formal opening of the Biology Building; and information concerning the Faculty Association.
Arnason, Thomas Johann, 1905-1990 (Professor of Biology)
This fonds contains information concerning curriculum and enrollment in ceramic engineering; Worcester's personal and research-related correspondence; diaries; research material on enamels including work done in the Turner Valley and Highwood River areas and lignite mining in North Dakota; as well as articles and addresses, and personal photographs.