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Agnes (Frejd) Richards fonds

  • MJ-121
  • Fonds
  • 1909-1929

The Agnes (Frejd) Richards fonds consists of 34 cm of textual records. This includes 16 textbooks brought from Ontario to assist Mrs. Richards in her classroom. The textbooks cover a variety of subjects, such as poetry, composition, history, nature study, and arithmetic.

Richards, Agnes (Frejd)

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.

David R. and Robert A. Murray fonds

  • MG 153
  • Fonds
  • [1883?]-1992

This fonds consists primarily of the research material for and chapter drafts of "The Prairie Builder."

Murray, Robert A.

Doris Hasell fonds

  • MG 159
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1920s-1930s]-1989

This fonds consists primarily of materials relating to Dr. Hasell's research, writing, and teaching. It includes Dr. Gordon Snelgrove's teaching copy of "Art Through the Ages," Ukrainian embroidery samples originally collected by the Saskatoon Arts and Crafts Society, research papers, and 1,012 slides relating to art history and furniture design.

Hasell, Doris

Duncan Robertson fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1977 - 1988, predominant 1977 - 1983

Fonds arranged in two series: I. The Sword of St. Paul research materials and II. Alexis André, OMI research materials. I. The Sword of St. Paul research materials. - 1977-1983. - .58 m textual records. - 64 slides. - 6 audiotapes. Textual material consists of correspondence; financial records regarding the preparation of the book; research materials on the history of the diocese, the parishes, the religious orders of women and men and the Catholic organizations; notes, drafts and clippings; bibliography, final copy of manuscript, correspondence following publication. The research materials include a number photocopies made from microfilm editions of local newspapers (The Star-Phoenix and The Prairie Messenger). Included in some files are booklets and pamphlets on the history of some of the parishes and religious orders; these materials will be noted in the file list and moved to the pamphlet collection of the Anglin Collection of Canadian Catholic Church History, Shannon Library, St. Thomas More College. Photographs are color slides of parish churches in the Diocese of Saskatoon, photographed by the author 1978-1979. Audiotapes are interviews conducted by the author 1978-1981. II. Alexis André OMI research materials. - 1983-1988. - 1 file textual materials. - 1 photograph. Series consists of correspondence, photocopied information, notes and drafts and the final version of the article. Photograph is (black and white, 5" x 7") of Father Alexis André, OMI. - original photo in Provincial Archives of Alberta, Collection Oblats de Marie-Immaculée, photo # Ob. 2620.

Duncan Robertson

Extinction dates of the Pleistocene mammals

Extinction dates of the Pleistocene mammals in North America. More than half of these 16 mammals seem to have died out between 10,000 and 8,000 years ago. (McGowan and Hester, 1962, p. 196).

Fund Raising for Research and Scholarship

R.W. Begg, University President, accepts a cheque from J.Y. (Jack) McFaull representing the Space Engineering Division Systems Limited.

Bio/Historical Note: The University of Saskatchewan's Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies joined in 1965 with university scientists and researchers to form the Space Engineering Division (later known as SED Systems Incorporated). SED supplies both systems and services to the satellite industry. SED is located in the Innovation Place Research Park on the U of S campus.

Geology - Research - Marilyn Truscott

Marilyn Truscott of Glidden, Saskatchewan, a PhD candidate in geological sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, makes use of an electron probe x-ray microanalyzer. Mrs. Truscott uses the machine to analyze samples of volcanic rock from the Sweetgrass Hills in Montana. She is obtaining information that will help provide a more complete picture of the geological history of the Western Plains.

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