Fonds includes personal correspondence and papers, as well as background and reference material assembled by John Diefenbaker and his staff. There is also large collection of press clippings, supplemented by press clippings gathered by the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.
This collection contains correspondence, notes, reports, photos, maps, evidence and lists pertaining to Dr. Murray's activities on three royal commissions and as a judge of the Community Progress Competitions.
This fonds consists of bound books of lecture notes written by J.T. Hébert. Some of the books contain lecture notes for classes being taught by Hébert at the University of Saskatchewan. However, many of the books appear to be notes from classes taken by Hébert as a law student at Harvard University and Dalhousie University. In some cases, notes that appear to have been originally taken when he was a student seem to have been further annotated by him years later for use in his own lectures. When a notation at the front of the book indicates that the notes were originally taken as a student at another university, Archives staff have noted this in the file list including the original professor’s name, if noted in the book.
This collection contains a complete set of the University of Saskatchewan 1939 and 1940 Graduates’ Newsletter, established and produced by Mr. Weber. This newsletter contains information on Engineering alumni, their careers since leaving university, and obituaries.
This fonds consists primarily of lecture notes of classes in mathematics presented at the University of Toronto and Göttingen University in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The notes are from classes taught by J. Chapelon, U. Wegner, C. Krieger, R. Courant, I.R. Pounder, H. Weyl, W. Weber, Landau, and Prandtl and cover a variety of subjects, including differential geometry, function theory, complex variables, and trigonometry. The fonds also includes notes and materials related to the Faculty Club including obituaries for a number of University of Saskatchewan faculty. There are also calendars from the University of New Brunswick.
This fonds contains material relating to Professor Kennedy's research and publications in the area of history of science (notably, on G.B. Airy, W. Brydone Jack, B.W. Currie, F.T. Davies and the Moon Hoax); astronomy (including information on comets and eclipses); as well as work he did on behalf of the Defence Research Medical Laboratories, the National Research Council, the New Brunswick Department of Agriculture and the NB Dep't of Health. There is also material relating to his career with the University of New Brunswick and the University of Saskatchewan, and information concerning his extensive collection of 16th - 19th century books on astronomy.
This fonds contains correspondence, minutes, reports, articles, drafts, notes, and clippings pertaining to the academic and personal lives of Nisbet and Fowler, and the research and findings of their colleagues in the international geological community. Specific topics include komatiities, plate tectonics, global warming, Third World debt, science education in Canada, Zimbabwe, Archaean geology, origin of life, and the environment.
This fonds contains personal correspondence with family, colleagues, and publishers; prose and music compositions; material pertaining to provincial music associations, festivals, performances, and recitals; etc.
This fonds includes extensive correspondence with family and colleagues, as well as materials relating to Dr. Mitcham's career as an academic and an author. It also contains manuscript drafts, research notes, and related materials regarding her books "The Last Utopia," "Taku," "Island Keepers," "Grey Owl's Favorite Wilderness," and "Ivan Hicks," among others. The fonds also includes biographical material.
This collection contains unpublished papers presented at the Second International Potash Technolgy Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 26-29 May 1991. The Conference attracted scientists from various countries, including Canada, France, Germany, Brazil, Jordan, Spain, and the [then] USSR.
This fonds contains material pertaining to the research and instructional activities of the University's Agricultural Engineering Department. Specifically, this collection provides documentation on the development of agricultural machinery and agricultural practices in the Canadian west.
Lewis, Hartford Allan, 1905- (Lecturer in Agricultural Engineering)
These records contain reports, correspondence, working papers, and published material regarding university operations forecasts, space planning, and capital replacement costs. There are specific reports on Fine Arts, health facilities funding options, and applied research.
Buckley, Robert R. (Saskatchewan Universities Commission)
This fonds contains administrative material from the Department of Classics and the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as several addresses given by Leddy. Additionally, it contains material relating to Leddy's involvement in various organizations, including the Humanities Research Council, Canada Council, Commonwealth Education Conference, World University Service, Canadian University Service Overseas, UNESCO, and Rhodes Scholarships.
Leddy, John Francis, 1911-1998 (Dean of Arts and Science)
This sousfonds contains, minutes, correspondence, case files, newsletters, financial records, and reference materials used in the organisation and administration of Local 54, University of Saskatchewan Employees' Union.
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 1975, University of Saskatchewan Employees' Union.