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WMST Administration series

Series consists of correspondence, proposals, reports, course evaluations, grades, budgets, and printed material about the proposal for and administration of the Women’s Studies undergraduate program.

Aboriginal Affairs and History series

This series consists of all materials Dr. Tester collected related to Aboriginal communities, comprising two series that Tester had labelled as “Aboriginal Affairs – Historical” and “Aboriginal History Documents.”
Some material in this series is related to Aboriginal child welfare but has been kept separate from the Aboriginal Child Welfare series due to how the creator filed it.

Correspondence series

Series consists of an address book, incoming and outgoing personal correspondence and postcards, and miscellaneous correspondence directed to other correspondents.

Slides and Photographs series

Series consists of colored slides, black and white photographs and colored photographs of Marion Gilroy, the Gilroy family, North Central Saskatchewan Regional Library board members and employees, Dr. Helen Stewart, Marjorie Holmes and Muriel Foulkes.

Audio Reel series

Series consists of recorded oral interviews for the book As We Remember It. Interviews include Helen Gordon Stewart, Margaret Clay, Marjorie Holmes, C. K. Morrison, Muriel Ffoulkes and H. Norman Lister.

Saskatchewan series

Series consists of records pertaining to her time as supervisor of Saskatchewan Regional Libraries. The records include personal financial records, official correspondence, conference proceedings, annual reports, budget proposals, minutes of meetings, speeches and writings, and library publications.

Subject Files series

Series consists of transcripts of oral interviews for her book As We Remember It, biographies, book lists, reports on regional library systems in British Columbia and Quebec, and conference notes.

UBC School of Librarianship series

Series pertains to her tenure as an Associate Professor at the School of Librarianship in the 1960s. The records consist of personal financial records, minutes of faculty staff meetings, and course materials for the courses she taught.

Post-Secondary Studies series

Series consists of University of Toronto’s M.A thesis (1933), class assignments and syllabi from Columbia University (1936-1939) and finally, class notes and lists from the University of Chicago (1958-1959).

Kapocs series

Kapocs (“The Link”) is a newsletter created and distributed by alumni of the Sopron Division of Forestry to document the stories and activities of Sopron graduates. The contents of Kapocs are written almost entirely in Hungarian.

Subject files series

Series consists of subject files of notes, correspondence, papers, reports, clippings, publications, photographs, blueprints, and other material relating to areas of Clemens' research and his involvement in various projects and organizations. Includes material relating to his involvement with the Conservation Association of Canada, and his work at the University of British Columbia and as a Consultant to Staff for the International Pacific Salmon Commission.

Correspondence series

Series consists of correspondence relating mainly to Clemens' research, publications, and positions with the Biological Board of Canada (Fisheries Research Board of Canada) and the University of British Columbia.

Conference Proposals series

Series consists of records documenting the development of presentations and workshops for the Conference and includes written proposals submitted by prospective participants and related correspondence. The files are arranged according to an alphanumeric system based on the four themes of the Conference: Women and Connectivity (CO), Women and Creativity (CR), Women and Decision-Making (DM), and Women and Economics (E).

Central Files series

Series consists of files originally kept in a numeric central filing system, and includes correspondence, reports, published materials, and minutes. File numbers range from 3.152 to 3.237, and from 4.75 to 4.120. Not all files are numbered, but they have been kept together based on their titles, contents, and their proximity within the boxes when they were transferred to the Archives.

Research and Other Projects series.

Series consists of records documenting the origins and early development of the Sustainable Development Research Institute, as well as the various programmes and research projects with which SDRI and its staff have been involved. It includes reports, correspondence, financial records, and minutes.

General Correspondence series

Series consists primarily of correspondence, together with related minutes and reports, and includes copies of outgoing correspondence from SDRI staff, and incoming correspondence from external (non-UBC) organizations. Files are arranged in alphabetical order.

Subject Files series

Series consists of reports and correspondence regarding various events, subjects and topics of interest to SDRI and its staff. Files are un-numbered and are not obviously part of the Central Files series, so they are arranged separately. Files are arranged in alphabetical order.

Director's Files series

Series consists of the office files of long-time Department Director Wayne Greene, and includes correspondence, reports, minutes, and published materials. The original order and numbering system has been mostly retained. The series is organized in the following sub-series: Chemical Waste Process Facility, University Health and Safety Committee, Chemical Safety Committee, Radioisotope Safety Committee, Biosafety Committee, Environmental Programs Advisory Committee, and Emergency Report Task Force.

General Files series.

Series consists of records relating in a general sense to the functions, programmes, and activities of the Department, and includes correspondence, reports, and minutes. They are arranged alphabetically by subject, although the files in Box 10 are out of order, as they were acquired separately from Occupational Health and Safety.

Projects series

Series consists of pre-published and published articles, conference papers, essays, correspondence, photocopied maps, clippings, photographs, slides, sketches, notes, and proposals produced in conjunction with Harris' research, writings and exhibits on historical geography in Canada, United States, Indo-China, South Africa, and Europe; his examination of trends in geographical theory and scholarship; Harris' reviews of scholarly works on North American historical geography; and reviews of articles and books written by Harris.

Correspondence series

Series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence, memos, clippings, reviews of pre-published and published material, dissertation proposals, conference papers, and contracts that document Harris' involvement with current, former, and prospective graduate and undergraduate students; national and international academic colleagues; professional associations; university, scholarship, and grant administrators; Canadian politicians; and publishers. The series contains three sub-series: Miscellaneous, Specific and Selected Graduate Students.

Committees series.

Series consists of memos, printed resources, reports, and correspondence between Harris and faculty at a number of universities. The material reflects Harris' involvement in the committees on which he served and the decisions reached by those committees.

SSHRC series

Series consists of applications, correspondence and memos used by Harris in conjunction with applying for research funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Course material series

Series consists of course syllabi, outlines, lecture and discussion notes, photocopied maps, overheads, articles and examinations Harris used in undergraduate and graduate geography courses at the University of British Columbia.

Collected papers

The series contains materials belonging to Ian McDonald’s father, Leslie (Les) McDonald, and other figures involved in IBEW Local 213. Materials relate predominantly to the activities of IBEW Local 213, though some papers also relate to Les McDonald’s involvement in various sports and community organizations, his writings and his personal correspondence.

Materials within the series include notebooks, postcards, letters, newsletters, newspaper articles and issues, legal documents and photographs. Relative to the ‘Thesis Research’ series, many more materials are original or copies made at the time the originals were created.

Institute research activities records series

The series consists of correspondence, reports, and other records relating to Institute research activities and facilities. It also includes Noman Wilimovsky’s bound volume of library zoological plates with correspondence inserted in this volume. The work is oversized and located in the UBC Archives Vault Bay 6A (88a) column 4, shelf 4.

External collaboration and projects files series

Series consists of records pertaining to the Institute's collaboration and involvement with various external organizations, agencies, committees, and task and project groups. Records include correspondence, reports, minutes, and papers.

Publications series

Series consists of Institute publications, including annual reports, newsletters, and handbooks, as well as records relating to material published by Institute faculty.

Institute seminar records series

Series consists of notices, lists, correspondence, and other records concerning seminars offered by the Institute. Includes also some records pertaining to relevant seminars offered by the Department of Zoology and other university departments.

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