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Michael Taft fonds

  • MG 78
  • Fonds
  • 1984

This collection contains material used to write the anecdotal history of the University of Saskatchewan, "Inside These Greystone Walls." Included are research notes, manuscripts, and audio cassettes of interviews with faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the University of Saskatchewan. Interviews on cassette are with Pat and Ed. Abramson, Murray Adaskin, Thomas Arnason, Lloyd Barber, T.D.R. Caldwell, Bill Cameron, Paul and Marjory Carpenter, Brenda Clark, Frank Coburn, Alfred F. Deverell, Edwin Docking, John Farrell, Edith Fowke, Nicholas Gyenes, Emmett M Hall, R.N.H. Haslam, Hope Hunt, Aina Kagis, Leon Katz, Henry P. Kent, Don and Mildred Kerr, James Kirkpatrick, Herb and Lil Larson, W.E. and Jean Lovell, Jean McConnell and Edna Littlejohn, George Millar, James B. O'Neil, M Gail Osachoff, Mildred and Lorne Paul, William Staples, Edith Rowles-Simpson, J.W.T. Spinks, John Pringle, Russell E. Potter, Arthur Stilborn, Hilary Stewardson, Oliver Symes, Edna Warrington, Ernest Walker, and Gordon Wyant.

Taft, Michael

Greystone Secrets: A Queerstorical Campus Walking Tour

  • MG 573
  • Fonds
  • 2013

Digital files (textual, audio, and photographic) pertaining to the Greystone Secrets tours that were held on the University of Saskatchewan campus in 2013.

Greystone Secrets: A Queerstorical Campus Walking Tour

W.R. Graham fonds

  • MG 15
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1966 (inclusive) ; 1963-1965 (predominant)

This fonds consists of minutes and correspondence relating to several College of Arts and Science committees, the Bookstore Committee, and the Departmental Committee on Teaching History in High Schools. There are also committee minutes and proposals related to the University of Saskatchewan’s plans for Canadian centennial celebrations in 1967.

Graham, William Roger

A.M. Shaw fonds

  • MG 167
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900]-1986

This fonds contains correspondence, reports, articles and addresses relating to Professor Shaw's career and research. There is considerable material regarding the development of livestock breeding, agricultural marketing in Canada, and the drought on the prairies during the 1930s. In addition, it contains memorabilia related to the career of Winkona Wheelock Frank, the first nutritionist at the University of Saskatchewan.

Shaw, Alexander Malcolm, 1885-1974 (Dean of Agriculture)

J.M. Bell fonds

  • MG 182
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1997 (inclusive) ; 1948-1996 (predominant)

This fonds contains material that documents Dr. Bell’s teaching and research activities during his career at the University of Saskatchewan. Of particular note is the resource material for his history of the Department of Animal and Poultry Science, Hoofprints to Reprints, published in 1996.

Bell, J. Milton

C.A. King fonds

  • MG 52
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1985 (inclusive) ; 1954-1979 (predominant)

This fonds consists of correspondence, research notes, drafts, and manuscripts relating to King's books: "A Book of Canadian Poems;" "A Book of Essays;" "Extending the Boundaries;" "The First Fifty;" "Saskatchewan: The Making of a University;" "Saskatchewan Harvest;" and "Three Stories by Joseph Conrad." Additionally, it includes King's articles, lectures, and addresses dealing primarily with Canadian literature. There is also material related to King's other interests: the career and works of G.B. Shaw and R.A. Wilson, provincial and national library associations, and pacifism.

King, Carlyle A.

President's Office fonds: Walter Charles Murray

  • RG 2001.1
  • Fonds
  • 1906-1937

This series contains materials created and/or acquired by Walter Murray during his tenure as President, from 1908-1937, documenting nearly three decades of the University of Saskatchewan’s history including its establishment; the faculty crisis of 1919; the development of the Colleges of Agriculture, Arts & Science, Education, Engineering; Law; Medicine, Pharmacy and the Extension Division; and the financial crisis of the Depression years.

Murray, Walter Charles

University of Saskatchewan Photograph Collection

  • RG 2104
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1800s]-2000, predominant 1912-1980

The Photograph Collection consists primarily of images documenting the growth and development of the University of Saskatchewan. Images of faculty, students, staff, alumni, buildings, equipment, and various events and activities constitute the majority of the collection.

University of Saskatchewan Archives - Photograph Collection

Shirley Spafford fonds

  • MG 352
  • Fonds
  • 1905-2005

This fonds includes materials relating to the history, faculty and students of the department of economics and political studies; Spafford's work with the Symphony, heritage organizations in Saskatoon, etc; as well as materials relating to her father, Ah King, and her mother, Katie Malinowski (nee Dobrowney).

Spafford, Shirley Maryanne (nee King), 1937- .

B.A. Holmlund fonds

  • MG 354
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2004 (inclusive); 1972-2004 (predominant)

This fonds reflects Holmlund’s interest in the philosophy of education, his varied career at the University of Saskatchewan, and his concern for an equitable society. It is particularly valuable as a source for university history, specifically for the period of Leo Kristjanson’s tenure; and for issues surrounding health delivery, education, and the College of Medicine; the development of computer / IT services on campus; and First Nations educational opportunities. As a reflection of planning at a post-secondary U-15 institution, this fonds is particularly strong, notably for the materials surrounding the Issues and Options project.

Holmlund, Blaine Adrian

J.E. Murray fonds

  • MG 61
  • Fonds
  • 1843-1980, predominant 1908-1967

This fonds contains the personal correspondence, office, and research files of the Murray family, including W.C. Murray (President, University of Saskatchewan), his wife Christina, and his daughters, Christina, Dr. Lucy H. Murray (Professor of English, Regina College), and Dr. Jean E. Murray.

Murray, Jean Elizabeth