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C.H. Bigland fonds

  • MG 89
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1983

This fonds contains correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters, reprints and notes pertaining to the activities and interests of C.H. Bigland during his tenure as Professor of Veterinary Microbiology and Director of the Veterinary Infectious Diseases Organization (VIDO).

Bigland, Christopher Hedley

Department of Veterinary Physiological Sciences fonds

  • RG 2099
  • Fonds
  • 1968-1983

This fonds contains annual reports and lab reports from the Veterinary Diagnostic Toxicology Lab.

University of Saskatchewan. Western College of Veterinary Medicine. Department of Veterinary Physiological Sciences

Dr. Chris Bigland - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of Dr. Chris Bigland, Professor and Head of Veterinary Microbiology and founding Director of VIDO.

Bio/Historical Note: Dr. Christopher Hedley Bigland was born in Calgary on 15 October 1919. He received his DVM from the University of Toronto in 1941. This was followed by a Doctor of Veterinary Public Health from the University of Toronto in 1946 and an MSc in physiology from the University of Alberta in 1960. Dr. Bigland became a member of the faculty of the University of Saskatchewan in 1964 with his appointment as Professor and Head of the Department of Veterinary Microbiology. In 1974 Dr. Bigland became the first Director of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) and remained in that post until his retirement in 1984. Dr. Bigland died in Saskatoon in 2005 at age 86.

H.E. Tennant -- SED Systems / Biostar Records

  • MG 115
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1990 (inclusive) ; 1981-1986 (predominant)

The records of both SED Systems and Biostar include board minutes, financial statements, annual reports, correspondence, and memoranda.

Tennant, Howard

Jack Rosen fonds

  • MG 536
  • Fonds
  • 1862-2012

This small portion of the collection consists of copies of articles and clippings on prominent Canadian veterinarians, the anniversaries of the OVC over time, notable medical advancements in veterinary medicine and other aspects of the profession's history including artefacts. The books he donated can be found in the library catalogue with a word search of "Rosen Collection of Veterinary Medicine History"

J.S. Fulton Labratory - Exterior

Looking northeast at the J.S. Fulton Lab.

Bio/Historical Note: The Virus Laboratory Building was constructed from 1947-1948, and was designed by the architectural firm of Webster and Gilbert. It was located on what is now a grassy area in front of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The construction of the building was financed with proceeds from the sale of the equine encephalomyelitis vaccine. The disease equine encephalomyelitis, more commonly known as "sleeping sickness," first appeared in Saskatchewan in 1935. It recurred in 1937 and 1938, when it killed an estimated 13,000 to 15,000 horses. The vaccine was developed by Dr. Fulton in the late 1930s while he was still head of the Veterinary Sciences Department, and was first sold by the University in 1939. While commercial production companies in the United States were selling a similar vaccine for $1.80 per dosage, the University undersold them at 75 cents – which accounted for all the funding available for construction. Dr. Fulton also demonstrated that a human disease previously diagnosed as non-paralytic poliomyelitis was in fact caused by the same virus, at which time he produced a vaccine for humans. Demolition of the J.S. Fulton Virus Laboratory was completed in 1989.

N.O. Nielsen fonds

  • MG 80
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1984 [inclusive]; 1963-1983 [predominant].

This fonds contains a number of files concerning the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), including the activities and research projects of the Veterinary Infectious Diseases Organization (VIDO), the 1976 Study of Veterinary Manpower in Canada, computer assisted Animal Health Management, and the Preventive Medicine Committee: the latter two specifically concerning the establishment of a herd health data laboratory and disease control programs. In addition, there are several files related to Professor Nielsen's involvement with the Institute for Northern Studies (INS), the President's Advisory Council on Programs for People of Native Ancestry, game ranching in the north, and the Arctic Training Centre at Rankin Inlet. There is a considerable amount of material concerning the Environmental Advisory Council, and specifically, the Churchill River inquiry, Key Lake, the Environment 80 Report, and an uranium pollution control policy. It also contains some material concerning the establishment of a zoo at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm

Nielsen, Niels Ole, 1930- (Professor of Veterinary Pathology)

R.D. Crawford fonds

  • MG 132
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1991

This fonds contains material relating to Dr. Crawford's poultry research, notably epilepsy mutant data, notes on breeds including Japanese quail and Chantecler, material from Poultry Breeding and Genetics, and wing band indexes of stocks by year (1965-1990); as well as material relating to Dr. Crawford's sabbatical leaves, and his personal correspondence.

Crawford, Roy Douglas

Reuben Mapletoft fonds

  • MG 551
  • Fonds
  • 1963-2013

This accrual includes a broad array of teaching slides on the subject of large animal reproduction, conference and workshop proceedings from around the world, information on international courses taught by Mapletoft, an array of papers written by Mapletoft, and a small selection of relevant ephemera.

Mapletoft, Reuben

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