This fonds contains a bound typescript copy of Helen's memoirs, The Unforgotten Years. These memoirs document the Shirriff and Alexander families, and are particularly descriptive of life in Western Canada between the 1860s and 1932.
The fonds contains personal and professional correspondence, worksheets and drafts of poetic, dramatic and prose works, speeches and addresses to student and service groups and audiovisual materials relating to interviews, readings, etc., as they pertain to Story's career as a journalist, teacher and writer.
This fonds documents the literary and musical activities of John Hicks. It includes extensive incoming and outgoing correspondence with writers, publishers, editors, friends and colleagues, as well as a large quantity of unpublished poetry and prose.
This fonds contains of records generated in response to the requests of the Johnson Committee, as well as records relating to other senior administrative committees for which R.G. Sutherland served or chaired.
University of Saskatchewan. Special Advisor to the President
This fonds contains correspondence, clippings, photographs, video tape and graphic material pertaining to the activities and interests of Glenn Makahonuk during his career at the University of Saskatchewan.
This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, proposals, and publications relating to various computing endeavours on campus. It includes the records of the Computer Advisory Committee (1969-1976)
University of Saskatchewan. Department of Computing Services
This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, and publications regarding the administration and programs of the Institute. Included is material relating to: the Arctic Research Training Centre (ARTC); the academic journal Musk-Ox; the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies; the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs; and published research by members of the Institute.
University of Saskatchewan - Institute for Northern Studies
The fonds includes records relating to Ivo Lambi's research and teaching, and Jackie Lambi's work as a grief counsellor. The Ivo Lambi material includes drafts of books, publications by others, archival reproductions (including microfilm purchased from German archives), and lecture notes. The Jackie Lambi material includes various offprints, resources used for her University of Regina Social Work practicum, and a variety of audio cassettes.
The fonds consists of files relating to the teaching and research career of Laurie Barron, and consists predominantly of resource files including publications by others and photocopies of archival and library material.
This fonds consists primarily of material from two studies in which Dr. Bone was associated. The earliest, the "Stony Rapids Project", was conducted while Bone was in the Department of Geography. It started with a small grant from the Canadian Wildlife Service to examine the caribou hunt; ie. the number of people involved and the number of animals taken. The project, however, grew to encompass a wider study of the region and its inhabitants. The second study was undertaken while Bone was with the Institute of Northern Studies (INS). The Northern Saskatchewan Housing Needs Survey was a co-operative effort between the Department of Northern Saskatchewan and the Northern Municipal Council. The primary focus was to investigate the housing needs of the Métis in northern Saskatchewan. The INS was subcontracted to oversee the project, train the surveyors, enter the data, and write the final report. The resulting survey was more than an examination of housing needs. It also contains a great deal of socio-economic data which resulted in one of the most exhaustive studies of its kind. The fact that the surveyors came from the communities studied explains much of the data collection success. Both of these projects offer a unique snapshot of the communities studied. There is also material of a more general nature that deals with northern Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
This fonds contains material created or collected by S.D. Hanson during his career. The majority of the fonds is comprised of research materials and notes, drafts and manuscripts, published works, association-related activities, a portion of his archival and historical library and his personal and professional correspondence.
This fonds documents the lives of the Copland, Hunter and Anderson families, notably their early years following Margaret and William Hunter's move to Canada and years in Saskatoon. It includes materials relating to events such as the 1885 Resistance; later material documenting student life, at the University, as well as materials documenting the daily life of a pioneering farm family. It also includes a card collection maintained by her Barbara Anderson's daughter, Bertha; agricultural fair ribbons from Bertha’s husband, George; and University of Saskatchewan memorabilia from Bertha and George’s daughter, Thelma.