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Ken E. Norman fonds

  • MG 79
  • Fonds
  • 1965 - 2003

This fonds contains material documenting Norman’s teaching and public service. Much of the material deals with labour, human rights and the Canadian Charter of Freedoms.

Norman, K. E.

Don McNamee fonds

  • MG 141
  • Fonds
  • 1954-1993 (inclusive) ; 1968-1993 (predominant)

This fonds contains personal correspondence relating both to McNamee's art, and his work in human rights. In addition, there is considerable reference material documenting both his work, and the work of others, within the art community and for the Coalition for Human Equality. The material on CHE not only provides extensive documentation of that organizations work in Saskatoon and particularly, in the first fight to have the province's human rights legislation amended; but also contains documentation from similar organizations across Canada.

McNamee, Donald Keith

Charles Dobie Photograph collection

  • MG 439
  • Fonds
  • Scanned 2011, 2013 (originally created 1977)

This fonds consists of images taken by Charles Dobie at the Fifth National Gay Conference, "Towards a Gay Community," held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from June 29 to July 3, 1977.

Dobie, Charles

Doug Wilson fonds

  • MG 653
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1985 (inclusive)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Doug Wilson while he lived in Saskatchewan. The records relate to his involvement and interest in matters of relevance to the Saskatchewan homosexual community, to the gay rights movement, and to Wilson's dismissal from the University of Saskatchewan and his subsequent human rights claim put before the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. The fonds includes correspondence, clippings, and publications about his work in the gay rights movement, as well as his involvement in the creation and administration of homosexual organizations in the province, such as the Zodiac Friendship Society / Gay Community Centre of Saskatoon, and the Saskatchewan Gay Coalition. The fonds also includes correspondence, briefs and reports pertaining to Wilson's work with the Saskatchewan Association on Human Rights, and original and reproduced cartoons drawn by Wilson.

Wilson, Doug

D.A. Schmeiser fonds

  • MG 154
  • Fonds
  • 1930-2001 (inclusive); 1961-1999 (predominant).

This fonds documents the career of Douglas Schmeiser, notably his work as a constitutional advisor both in Canada and internationally; his work with the Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan, as well as his study of judicial independence and judicial compensation; and his work on human rights.

Schmeiser, Douglas A.

Saskatchewan Aids Network (SAN) fonds

  • MG 294
  • Fonds
  • 1992-2003 (inclusive) ; 1995-2002 (predominant)

This fonds consists of materials used, created, and accumulated by the Saskatchewan AIDS Network. The records primarily detail SAN’s interactions with local, provincial, national, and international HIV/AIDS groups. These records include membership information, correspondence, and workshop/conference materials (i.e. agendas, programs, presentations) created by organizations of which SAN was a member. There is some material pertaining to SAN’s operations in this fonds but most of the operational records are related to SAN’s program-delivery (i.e. organizing conventions, workshops, or training). There are few records relating to the administration and internal operation of SAN in this fonds. A large portion of the fonds is HIV/AIDS resource materials that have been gathered by SAN. This includes pamphlets, publications, articles, newsletters, and information sheets from a variety of non-profit organizations and government ministries.

Saskatchewan Aids Network (SAN)

AIDS Saskatoon fonds

  • MG 315
  • Fonds
  • 1979-2005 (inclusive) ; 1986-2006 (predominant)

This fonds contains textual documents created in the running of AIDS Saskatoon, such as correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, policies, reports, posters, and other administrative files.

AIDS Saskatoon

Peter Millard fonds

  • MG 47
  • Fonds
  • 1680, 1932-2002 (inclusive) ; 1970-1998 (predominant).

The fonds contains material pertaining to private papers, the careers of Patrick Hayman and Dmytro Stryjek, Inuit Art, human rights in Saskatchewan during the Devine years, sexual discrimination, homosexuality, the Visual Aids Campaign the Doug Wilson Case, artists, galleries, collectors, dealers in Canada and England and the Millard Gallery, Millard’s research into Roger North and the Notes of Me manuscript. The material consists of minutes, correspondence, records, notes, clippings, articles, photographs, slides and catalogues..

Millard, Peter T., 1932-2001 (Professor of English)

Cecil King fonds

  • MG 548
  • Fonds
  • 1950 - 2015

This collection contains mostly textual materials related to Cecil King’s work in Aboriginal Education. His papers, translation work, speaking notes, and teaching materials are included, as are significant documents from his committee work. The collection includes a number of important documents surrounding the aboriginal education work done by such institutions as the University of Saskatchewan, Queens University, the Indian and Northern Education Program, the Indian Teachers Education Program, the Northern Teachers Education Program, the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teachers Education Program, the First Nations University of Canada (formerly SIFC), the Gabriel Dumont Institute, the Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre, and more. The history of troubles at the First Nations University of Canada is tracked through nearly-daily news reports collected by King from 2005-2010. King also extensively collected materials on Aboriginal Education, language, and general matters of indigenous interest which have been sorted chronologically.

King, Cecil

USSU Women's Centre fonds

  • MG 140
  • Fonds
  • 1973-2004

This fonds contains material related to the administration, programing, and information services of the USSU Women’s Centre in its various incarnations as well as informational brochures, reports, clippings and reference material on a variety of subjects of particular concern to women.

University of Saskatchewan Students' Union.

Gens Hellquist fonds

  • MG 549
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2013 (inclusive); 1970-2000 (predominant)

This fonds includes materials related to Gens’ work in bringing together Saskatchewan’s gay community, both in general terms of his activism and gay health work, and more specifically in terms of his publishing work on Gaymates and Perceptions. The fonds also contains an extensive pornography collection ranging from magazines to videos to other types of pornographic materials. Gens maintained extensive subject files on Queer life in Canada, and these have been maintained under Series III: Queer Subject files. Many of these are related to the history of Queer communities in Canada and Saskatchewan. Finally, some personal material relating to Gens is also included.

Hellquist, Gens

Campus Day Care Cooperative fonds

  • MG 129
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1977

This fonds contains the minutes of the Campus Day Care Cooperative, articles and publications on day care, material from conferences, and correspondence relating to child care legislation in other provinces.

Campus Day Care Cooperative (University of Saskatchewan)

Patricia Monture fonds

  • MG 539
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2010 (inclusive) ; 1980-2005 (predominant)

This fonds includes materials relating to Patricia Monture’s teaching, research, and professional activities on campus, as well as an extensive collection of materials relating to Indigenous rights, women’s rights, Indigenous women’s rights, the Canadian justice system, and how the Canadian justice system interacts with Aboriginal, female, and Aboriginal female offenders. The papers also explore issues of child welfare and domestic violence. A number of legal documents are included, as are materials relating to Indigenous self-governance, treaties, and the Indian Act. Also included are materials relating to Monture’s involvement in a number of national commissions including the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the task force on federally sentenced women, and the task force on the use of solitary confinement in federal prisons. Through Monture’s correspondence, it is possible to get a sense of what it was like working as an Indigenous woman in academia during this period.

Monture, Patricia

F.C. Cronkite fonds

  • MG 33
  • Fonds
  • 1928-1972, predominant 1934-1964

This fonds contains correspondence, legal documents, articles, journals, speeches, radio broadcasts, case studies, briefs, minutes, reports, memoranda, and legislation pertaining to the personal, legal, academic and public interests and activities of F.C. Cronkite.

Cronkite, Frederick Clinton, 1894-1973 (Dean of Law)

Margaret H. Pattillo fonds

  • MG 59
  • Fonds
  • 1955-1981 (inclusive); 1976-1981 (predominant)

This fonds contains a number of files concerning feminism and the status of women, including the Federal Government Advisory Council and the Saskatchewan Action Committee on the Status of Women. There are also several subject files containing pamphlets on topics such as family planning, marriage contracts, rape, sex stereotyping, and women in education, politics, religion, and the labour force. There are files on women in Canadian universities, the Saskatoon Business and Professional Women's Association, International Women's Year, Florence Howe, Edith Rowles Simpson, and the Saskatchewan Conference on Children. The fonds contains various publications, including "Federal Services for Women," "Status of Women News," "Towards Equality for Women," "Continuum," "Upstream," and "Canadian Newsletter of Research on Women" (later known as "Resources for Feminist Research"). This fonds also contains a binder of publications and ephemera from Saskatchewan's Golden Jubilee (1955).

Pattillo, Margaret H.

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