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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

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-

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

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-

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

Les Crossman fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1930-1984, predominant 1940-1984

Fonds consists of personal papers documenting Les Crossman's career as an English professor, writer and lecturer. Arranged in twelve series (Biographical; Clippings; Correspondence; Educational; Financial; Governmental; Miscellaneous; Professional and Other Organizations; Universities; Writings, Speeches, Performances and Research; Photographs; and Sound Recordings), the bulk of the fonds is made up of Dr. Crossman's wide-ranging correspondence with various individuals and organizations. Of particular interest is the extensive personal correspondence with family, colleagues, friends and acquaintances, and students, as well as a series of his articles and speeches, which provide insights into Dr. Crossman as a teacher, a scholar, and a friend.

Crossman, Les

University of Regina, Dept. of Drama fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1952-1979, predominant 1966-1984

Fonds is composed of more than one accession. 89-5 consists of administrative correspondence, various class descriptions and papers from the Dept of Visual Arts. 91-27 consists of administrative papers from: the Dept of Drama, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Division of Fine Arts, and the Regina Symphony Orchestra. 124 photographs and 5 architectural drawings are also included.

University of Regina. Dept. of Drama

University of Regina Dept of Visual Arts fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1951-1979

Fonds consist of administrative papers (89-5 and 90-56), student records (89-5) and papers relating to the Emma Lake Artists' Workshops (89-5 and 90-56). 89-5 includes administrative papers from the Dept of Drama. 89-5 contains 31 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller. 90-56 contains 4 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller.

University of Regina. Dept. of Visual Arts

David Givner fonds

  • Fonds
  • [ca.1952]-1993

Fonds consists of the personal papers of Philosophy Professor, Dr. David A. Givner, 1965-1993. Included are research notes and papers, committee files, department minutes, examinations, syllabi, lecture notes, administrative files, as well as notes pertaining to his Ph.D. studies at Columbia, ca. 1952-1957.

Givner, David

David Gilhooly fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1995

Fonds consists of printed material relating to the artistic career of David Gilhooly, 1969-1995. The records are arranged in four series: Biographical Information; Newspaper Clippings, Gilhooly and Art, Exhibitions; Catalogues, Exhibition Invitations featuring David Gilhooly; and Publications featuring David Gilhooly.

Gilhooly, David, 1943-

Lyn Goldman

  • Fonds
  • 1962-1992

Fonds consists of personal papers of publicist and administrator Lyn Goldman,1962-1992. The records have not been processed.

Goldman, Lyn

Len Greenberg fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1949, 1955-1979

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers of physicist, Dr. Len Greenberg. Arranged in six series (Len Greenberg; Department of Physics and Astronomy; University of Regina; Professional Associations; Students; and Other Material), the records include general correspondence, Curriculum Vitae (1972), teaching materials, class evaluations, examinations, photographs, committee files, reports, pamphlets, and other records relating to Dr. Greenberg's activities as Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Regina and its predecessor institutions.

Greenberg, Leonard H.

Reg Higgs fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-1985

Fonds consists of statistics, student papers, annual reports, memoranda, publications, and photographs relating to athletic programs at the University of Regina. Of particular interest is a series of portraits, game action shots, and group shots of Cougar hockey teams, 1974-1984, as well as hockey career scoring statistics, 1976-1984. The fonds also contains a small series of files pertaining to sport and athletic organizations with which Reg Higgs was associated.

Higgs, Reginald Wayne

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