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Alpha Omega Society fonds

  • MG 242
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1971 (inclusive) ; 1955-1963 (predominant)

The fond contains club records including clippings, photographs, correspondence and financial records.

Alpha Omega Society

G.W. Simpson fonds

  • MG 7
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1960, predominant 1938-1957

This fonds contains material relating to the Ukrainian community in Canada (1930-1957); the Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee committee (1953-1955); the Provincial Archives [Saskatchewan Archives Board] (1942-1947); the department of Slavic Studies (1943-1957); and the Citizenship Division, Department of National War Services (1941-1946).

Simpson, George Wilfred

V.O. Buyniak fonds

  • MG 134
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1993 (inclusive) ; 1958-1993 (predominant)

This fonds contains correspondence, newsletters, clippings, sound recordings, books, reprints, maps, periodicals, calendars, almanacs, and notes pertaining to the activities and interests of V.O. Buyniak during his career at the University of Saskatchewan. Though the material covers a broad spectrum of topics over several decades, the bulk of the material deals with aspects of Slavic language and culture.

Buyniak, V.O.

T.K. Pavlychenko fonds

  • MG 29
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1957 (inclusive) ; 1932-1951 (predominant)

This fonds contains abstracts, research reports, and articles, including research on soil structure analysis, soils and roots, chemical herbicides, and weed control. It also includes a copy of Dr. Pavlychenko's thesis, "Root Systems of Certain Forage Crops in Relation to the Management of Agricultural Soils" and lecture notes, bibliographies, list of references and background material, including precipitation records from 1920-1950. In addition, there is a considerable amount of correspondence, both with individuals such as L.E. Kirk, G.D. Fuller, H. Ohorodnyk, and Premier Stewart Garson of Manitoba, as well as with various associations and companies, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Bureau of Plant Industry, and the Canadian Pacific Railway (specifically concerning weed control on railway rights of way). The fonds also contains the 35 mm black and white film "Roots in the Ground" and two video tape dubs. of that film

Pavlychenko, Thomas Karp, 1892-1958 (Professor of Agriculture and Slavic Studies; alumnus)