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[Jock Taylor's Travels]

An album of photographs, possibly assembled by Jock Taylor. At least some of the photos were taken by ‘Bodurtha’. Others were taken by Frederick Dally (many available through Library and Archives Canada). The images are believed to depict travels as part of the British Navy mainly aboard the HMS Zealous. Predominantly taken in 1870 and 1871 in South America, the United States, and British Columbia, it also includes images from Egypt in 1885. The photos are housed in a tattered blue album with the images glued onto the pages. Many photos include captions, though the writing is fading, and sometimes is recopied more legibly.

Taylor, Jock

Views of British Columbia & Alaska

A book of printed drawings, by an unknown artist, of British Columbia and Alaska, published by M.W. Waitt & Co. booksellers in Victoria B.C. The book has a stylized red cover, and the spine is basically completely detached; the images are in decent shape, but the pages are coming apart at the seams.

M.W. Waitt & Co.

[Charles Macmunn Album]

A collection of photographs throughout British Columbia and into Alberta by Charles Macmunn (sometimes spelled MacMunn, McMunn, McMann) bound in a large album. The album was included in the final lot of images sold by Macmunn family.

Macmunn, Charles

View on CPR Winnipeg to Vancouver 1887

An album of photographs by WM. Notman and Son, documenting travel between Winnipeg and Vancouver along the Canadian Pacific Railway. Mostly landscape photographs in the mountains, but also some cityscapes and buildings in Winnipeg. Also included is an original photograph order sheet from WM. Notman & Son from "3rd Series Manitoba & the North West" with pricing and titles. The album and photographs are in good shape, though some of the pages have separated from the binding.

Notman, William

[Family Album of BC and Europe]

An album from an unknown family living in British Columbia, consisting mainly of family photos throughout BC, as well as a few purchased souvenir photographs from Europe. Many of the photos are captioned and/or dated, and they are not in specific chronological order. The photos are glued into the album, and many are fading badly. The orientation of the album switches after the first few pages, and the rest of the images are upside down.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

[Laura Glenn]

Laura Glenn was a chairman of the Canadian Red Cross Corps in Windsor, Ontario, and also a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. This album covers much of her life, though predominantly between 1940 and 1950 during her time throughout Europe. There are also a number of family photographs from later years. The album has photos glued in and they are almost all captioned and dated, with many personal names and even some addresses of the individuals pictured or where they were taken. There is also an envelope of additional photos and ephemera, these ones focusing more on her personal life and family. It includes birth announcements, Christmas cards, etc. The album and photos are in quite good shape, though the pages are brittle paper and many have been torn.

Glenn, Laura E.

[Family Photo Album - Vancouver]

An album of photographs from a Vancouver family. Mainly portraits around Vancouver and other parts of British Columbia, as well as a couple from Alaska. Some of the photos have captions written on them, others have very faint pencil inscriptions. There are also two additional images tucked into the front.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

[San Francisco to British Columbia]

An album of photographs from throughout the United States and British Columbia. Predominantly the Western United States, but also a few from New York. The photographs are not in an order that suggest the itinerary of one long trip. They may represent travel photos from an individual from multiple trips.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

Jack Pearcey fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1799
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1928

Fonds captures the life of Jack Pearcey in British Columbia in the 1920s when he was an engineering student at the University of British Columbia (class of 1927) and when he traveled the province as part of his work for the Geological Survey of Canada. Photographs depict Pearcey and his colleagues doing survey work in rural areas and feature such locations as Nakusp, Prosperity, Green Point, Wreck Bay, Victoria, Marmor Glacier, and Blair Glacier. Pearcey’s Geological Survey of Canada work in the Slocan region features Slocan, Slocan Lake, Kaslo, Kootenay Lake, Sandon, New Denver, and Carpenter Creek Valley. Photographs also depict Britannia Mine and miners, bunk houses, work camps, regional flora, UBC (including construction of the science building), camping/hiking, and more.

Pearcey, John Guy

[Photo Album of Unknown Family]

An album of photographs from an unknown family. A few of the photos are identifiably in British Columbia or Alberta, but the location of the rest are unknown. It also includes a poem cut out of a magazine, "Be Here for Me" by Bonnie E. Parker (likely Bonnie Parker of Bonnie and Clyde fame).

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Leonard and Kitty Maracle fonds

  • RBSC-ARC-1351
  • Fonds
  • 1946-2000

The fonds reflects Leonard and Kitty Maracle's involvement in the British Columbia Association of Non-Status Indians (BCANSI), as well as various other Aboriginal organizations, committees, clubs, programs, projects and events. The fonds consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, proposals and reports, notes, publications, newspaper clippings, photographs and various ephemera relating to Aboriginal rights and political activity primarily in British Columbia but also throughout Canada. The fonds also contains some of Leonard and Kitty’s personal papers, including correspondence, family photographs, writings and notes.

The fonds is divided into seventeen series: British Columbia Association of Non-Status Indians (BCANSI); Other Indian and Metis Associations; Native Women's Organizations and Other Issues Related to the Status of Women; Native Housing; Native Arts and Crafts; Centers; Program and Projects; Indian Clubs; Committees and Councils; Events; Subject Case Files; Native People and the Criminal Justice System; Surveys and Cooperative; Other Organizations; Government; Workshops, Addresses, General Reports, Resumes and Lists of Organizations; and, Printed Material, Audiovisual Materials and Miscellaneous.

Maracle, Leonard

Snaps Regina Sask. Canada

Album of personal photographs of a woman presumably from Regina, Saskatchewan, which depicts her travels in British Columbia (including the Harrison Hot Springs, Victoria, and Vancouver) and Alberta with some friends.

[Unknown] (Authorized heading)

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 (UBC) newsletter ""Across Campus,"" correspondence, reports, and other records dated April 25, 1973 to October 1973. Topic discussed include the dissolution of a library committee (Coboss) and their support for the AUCE, labour board certification delays, courses for staff, rights of employees during probation, opposing discrimination, information and procedure for stewards handling grievances, history of the AUCE and Locals, steward duties and rights, an article and brief about the Status of Women at UBC report, wage increases vs. percentage increases, salaries, petition to the University Labour Committee about negotiations, job classification and job security, and meeting rules of order. File also contains a copy of the ""Final Report of the President's Ad Hoc Committee which considered 'A Report on the Status of Women at the University of British Columbia' with particular reference to Employed Staff"" dated October 1973, and the following copies of the AUCE newsletter:

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 1, April 25, 1973 includes information on organizing committees and a pamphlet ""Anti-Biblos"" published by library staff, the dental plan, AUCE publications available for distribution, overtime regulations and calculation, that office staff are not required to wash dishes, present salary scales, and notice of membership meeting.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 2, May 22, 1973 includes information on the AUCE membership drive and certification by the Labor Relations Board, organization efforts in the library, retirement and pensions, setting up committees for grievances and communications, the CCU convention in Winnipeg, rumours of faculty joining a government employees union, new executive members, notice of membership meeting, an opinion poll on whether the AUCE should become an official union or not, a new SFU salary scale, and revision of Local 1 division structure.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 1, October 3, 1973 includes information on the new proposed Labor Code and certification, part-time workers, notice of membership meeting, renting office space in the student union building, an update on the membership drive, reclassification procedure and job duties, UBC staff salaries and average wages in B.C., and wage comparisions with other unions.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 2, October 22, 1973 includes information on communicating policy changes, notice of membership meeting, amendments to bylaws on dues and finances, part-time hourly employees, an update on the membership drive, bi-monthly salary payment, grievance procedures, the AUCE office opening, job reclassification results and retroactive pay, holidays in December, and daycare.

Across Campus news release includes information on the membership drive and AUCE background, and a talk by Alderman Harry Rankin on the subject of labor law, certification, and the role of unions in bargaining and grievance procedures.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 3, November 5, 1973 includes information on Harry Rankin and his talk, AUCE participation in the Coalition on University Reform and changes to the Universities Act, notice of membership meeting, amendements to bylaws on dues and finances, participation in a committee on women's rights, an update on the membership drive, UBC exemption from the Human Rights Act, and new insurance and disability plans.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 4, November 15, 1973 includes information on the membership drive, an AUCE party, dues for part-time staff, publication of the AUCE constitution and bylaws, notice of special membership meeting, renting office space, donations, information on the Local 1 Executive, a report released by the President's Ad Hoc Committee on the status of women non-academic staff at UBC, and revised job descriptions.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 5, November 26, 1973 includes information on the membership drive, the AUCE party, notice of special membership meeting, renting office space, the question of including VGH Faculty of Medicine in the bargaining unit, probation and salary scale, and a list of division organizers.
Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 6, December 31, 1973 includes information on the status of the AUCE, notice of membership meeting, establishing a steward structure and contract committee, donations, key points of the constitution and bylaws, an update on certification, negotiation of the initial contract, compulsory dues, retroactive pay and job reclassification, preparing for negotiations with university administration, a tentative division structure, and temporary employees being denied holidays.

[Provincial Constitution and meeting minutes]

File contains the provincial constitution and founding convention meeting minutes dated August 20, 1973 to August 29, 1973. Topics discussed include organizing clerical and library workers at B.C. colleges, committee nominations and formation, elections, objectives, jurisdiction, membership, charters, autonomy, duties of executive and officers, the annual convention, revenue and finances, strikes and lockouts, discipline, and procedures and bylaws.

[Miscellaneous correspondence]

File contains correspondence between the Association of University and College Employees and other organizations, from 1973 to 1975. Topics discussed include the status of women in education and employment, health and safety information from the Workman's Compensation Board, conferences and seminars, flexible work week. Organizations corresponded with include UBC and the The Women's Office of the Alma Mater Society (AMS), the Workman's Compensation Board, Variety Club, Service, Office, and Retail Workers Union of Canada News ( SORWUC), the University Endowment Lands Tenants Society (UELTS), and others. File also contains pamphlets, a SORWUC newsletter (vol. 1, no. 1) from Spring 1975, an information package from the UELTS including surveys about housing and a map of the area, a copy of the HEU newsletter (vol. 11, no. 1) from January 1974 including their proposed collective agreement, and photocopies of case law.

[Publications, leaflets and other materials]

File contains several publications, leaflets, and bulletins, dated 1973 to 1974, including undated document entitled "Forming A Union" and clipping of 'How to Form A Union" from White Collar, a publication of the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OTEU), AFL-CIO and CIC, Labour Code of British Columbia Act, A.U.C.E. informational leaflets, and Hospital Employee's Union Proposed Settlement. Topics discussed include forming a union, reasons to join the union, wages and negotiations. File contains a publication from the Office and Professional Employees International Union, a copy of the 1974 Labour Code of British Columbia, and several leaflets and reports.

Annual Meeting

Item is a film which summarizes COFI's annual activities for the year of 1973. Activities include both national and international updates, and focus on improvements in international trade and changes in markets for various wood products including wood foundations, plywood sheating, Hemlock and Cedar clears, Western Red Cedar, Douglas Fir, and Hem Fir.

[Local 1 Executive correspondence and other material]

File contains fact sheets, news releases, correspondence, and other records dated June 21, 1974 to October 5, 1974. Topics discussed include preparations for contract negotiations and information on wages, cost of living, shift and weekend differentials, consumer price index, skill and job differentials, modified, flexible, and shorter work weeks, application for certification, the per capita tax, staffing the union office, records and bookkeeping, communications, a union organizer job description, certification procedures, the legality of contract study sessions and stoppage of work, correspondence with the premier and ministers of education and labour, and contracts to hire musicians and rent the Commodore Ballroom for the AUCE party.

[First Provincial convention agenda and proceedings]

File contains an agenda and meeting minutes of the first annual convention dated September 28-29, 1974. Topics discussed include grievance procedures, bargaining a contract, strikes, organizing new Locals, nominations for executive officers, financial reports and budgets, reports from Locals, resolutions and constitutional amendments, and Capilano College's application to become Local 4.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 (UBC) newsletter ""Across Campus"" and other records dated February 4, 1974 to December 31, 1974. File contains an hours of work proposal, division reports, research on other union contracts, information on wages, a draft proposal on grievance procedure and arbitration, and the following copies of the AUCE newsletter:

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 1, February 4, 1974 includes information on membership meetings, bylaw amendments on executive positions, proposals for contract negotiations, donations, pay increases being withheld by the university, length of coffee breaks, planning a seminar on contract negotiation, and reports from division meetings.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 2, February 18, 1974 includes information on contract demands from the different divisions on wage increases, job descriptions, and sick leave, notice of a special membership meeting, an update on certification, communications and the role of stewards, formation of Local 2 at SFU, hiring and discrimination, details on a negotiation seminar, possibility of forming a Local at VGH, university staff wages and government budgets, end of probation pay increases being withheld, certification of SORWUC, a list of division stewards, and AUCE financial statements.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 3, March 7, 1974 includes information on membership meetings, grievance procedures and probationary period regulations, an update on the Labor Relations Board certification process, formation of Local 3 at Notre Dame University in Nelson, results of a special membership meeting on contract demands, a list of division stewards, wage increases and operating budgets, a union panel held at SFU, UBC Faculty Association's potential interest in union certification or forming a professional association, the contract negotiation seminar, pay increases being withheld, and contract committee activities and members.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 4, March 25, 1974 includes information on contract proposals, demands for wages, overtime, probation, and vacation, notice of membership meeting, executive nominations, the role of the shop steward, pay increases being withheld, discrepanices between UBC policies on holiday pay and legislation, reports on cost of living and discrimination against women at UBC, AUCE financal report, constitutional amendments, and a list of stewards and executives.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 5, April 1, 1974 includes information on the vote for certification, divison meetings and the voting campaign, a list of division stewards, and a summary of interactions with the Labor Board.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 6, April 29, 1974 includes information on the successful certification campaign, notice of general and special membership meetings, a summary of the voting process and activities leading up to the vote, organizing a seminar for division and shop stewards, contract committee progress, looking for a recording secretary for negotiations, a summary of how negotiations work, contract proposals passed at the special membership meeting, proposals for hours of work, time off for union meetings, help with the newsletter, and collecting dues.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 7, May 21, 1974 includes information on proposed bylaw amendments, office staffing, Local 3's (Notre Dame) certification, progress of contract negotiations, advice for stewards, a report on a steward's seminar, a report on Local 2 (SFU), the AUCE Provincial Convention, softball, a Labour Relations Board decision on voting lists, and dues collection.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 8, June 4, 1974 includes information on a contract study session, notice of membership meeting, mediation, an executive report, elected representatives, proposed bylaw amendment, the UBC wage proposals, approval of VGH variance, AUCE statement of income and expenses, treasurer's report, and office staffing.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 9, June 26, 1974 includes information on contracts, communications, democracy in AUCE and changing bylaws, discussion on strike actions, the grievance committee and a grievance resolution, election results, referendum procedure, the National Conference of Women in Colleges and Universities, letters to the editor and editor's comments, and a list of union executives.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 10, July 31, 1974 includes information on motions passed at the special membership meeting, contract proposals, and the report of the contract committee, a proposed meeting agenda and the motions up for adoption, grievance committee report, an update on the union office, a credit union on campus, negotiations, background on the AUCE Provincial and Locals, and the AUCE Provincial Convention.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 11, August 19, 1974 includes information on the strike process and serving a strike notice, the strike committee report, contract committee report, strike strategy, and a meeting of the BC Federation of Women.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 12, September 19, 1974 includes information on the AUCE Local 1 elections and positions to be filled, the agenda for a special membership meeting, notice of amendments to bylaws, an AUCE party, a list of division stewards, interest in on-campus credit unions, renting a Xerox, a letter of thanks to the UBC Faculty Association, information on the union office and organizer's position, reports from the contract and grievance committees, reprinted correspondence with the University Labour Committee on the topic of grievances, the Irene Murdoch Trust Fund, and a notice of a labour law course given by the Vancouver People's Law School.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 13, October 3, 1974 includes information on contract negotiations, the dental plan, retroactive pay, the annual AUCE elections, a proposal for re-organizing divisions, a membership meeting agenda, a message of thanks to the Strike Committee, a list of division stewards, the AUCE party, news from the Labour Relations Board, a notice to division stewards on collecting dues, an executive report, and a report on the provincial convention.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 15, November 7, 1974 includes information on election results, an editorial, a report from the union office, division stewards list, committee reports on contracts, strikes, and grievances, CUPE representation at the Traffic Office, and interview with members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers on contract negotiations, the stewards seminar, AUCE contract information on part time employees, statutory holidays, and vacation time, a copy of the October 10, 1974 meeting mintues, the agenda for the upcoming membership meeting and notices of motions, and updates on Locals.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 15, November 29, 1974 includes information on the contract arbitration report and paternity leave, re-classification, and sick leave, a grievance committee report, an editorial, notice of meeting and agenda, notice of motions, losing vacation time, disputes with UBC, meeting minutes from November 14, 1974 and October 10, 1974, Local reports, a strike committee report, a report from SORWUC, the end of a strike at the University of Saskatchewan, differences between temporary and continuing full time workers, the Winter Sports Centre facilities, division restructuring, an update on credit unions on campus, election results, the lack of a campus staff centre, and a report from the union office.
Across Campus Volume 2, Number 16, December 31, 1974 includes information on grievances, the provincial report, income and expenses, a letter to the editor on the topic of reclassification, a reply to the letter, CUPE 116 negotiations, job evaluation, working conditions, and the meeting minutes from December 12, 1974.

AUCE History

File contains materials relating to the formation of the Association of University and College Employees, including two issues of the AUCE Local 1 newsletter Across Campus, photocopies of articles, a report on the history of CUPE 2950 (AUCE successor), and an account of signing the first AUCE collective agreement, dated 1972 to 1999.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 5, April 1, 1974, urges members to vote for AUCE Local 1 (UBC) to represent library and clerical staff at UBC, and includes information on division meetings and stewards.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 8, June 4, 1974, describes a mass contract study session undertaken by 831 AUCE members, negotiations with UBC, a meeting notice, mediation strategies, powers of the executive, the grievance committee, provincial union representatives, notice of bylaw amendment, wage demands, AUCE members working at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), statement of income and expenses for September 24, 1973 to May 15, 1974, UBC wage proposals, the treasurer's report including proposed expenditures for furniture and office equipment, and office staffing and duties.

Other topics discussed include a comparision of employee rights and benefits from the 1970s to the 1990s, discussions about other unions (OTEU, CUPE), wages, organizing, membership, voting, contracts, negotiation, benefits, and the history of unions in Canada.

[AUCE Local 1 Union Contracts and Collective Agreements]

File contains six booklets of union contracts and collective agreements between Association of University & College Employees Local 1 and University of British Columbia, dated April 1, 1974 to March 31, 1982. Topics discussed include definitions of employees, probation, security, stewards, discrimination, union meetings, management's rights, committees, consultation, court duty, picket lines, technological or automation-related changes, job training, protective clothing, employee files, working conditions, statutory holidays, vacations, hours of work, overtime, benefits such as daycare, pension, and medical and dental plan, job description, evaluation, and reclassification, seniority, discharge, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, grievances and arbitration, wages, contracts, shift work, sick leave, maternity leave, monthly and hourly rates of pay, and letters of agreement.

[Local 1 Strike report and other material]

File contains strike reports and other records dated March 17, 1975 to April 14, 1975. Topics discussed include background leading up to the strike, setting up the strike such as picket locations and scheduling, finances, publicity, organization during the strike such as relations with other unions student support, an overview and summary of the 1975 strike, and recommendations. File also contains information on a CUPE strike, executive election candidate statements, a report on salary differences between men and women faculty members, correspondence, information on negotiations, contract proposals, picket bulletins, flyers, notes, and press releases.

[News clippings 1975 strike]

File contains clippings and photocopies of news stories, dated April 21, 1975 to September 1975. Topics discussed include contracts, strike actions, suspensions, negotiations, and crossing picket lines. File also contains a letter from Students in the Faculty of Law supporting the AUCE strike, and an AUCE Local 1 (UBC) newsletter dated September 1975.

Communications

File contains correspondence, newsletters, bulletins, and other records dated February 7, 1975 to September 28-29, 1974. Topics discussed include interactions and conflict between Locals and AUCE Provincial, contract negotiations, and amendments to the AUCE provincial constitution. File also contains the following newsletters and bulletins:

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 1, February 5, 1975 includes information on job evaluation committee activities, natural and artificial lighting in the workplace, the structure of the provincial executive, executive elections, a postal strike, a report from the union office, the university community credit union, reports from Locals, the AUCE provincial, and pension committee, finances, contracts, and executive contact information.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 2, March 5, 1975 includes information on the first annual AUCE convention and a call for delegates, grievances and reclassification, the discrimination article in the contract, the CKLG (CUPE Local 686) strike, the university community credit union, an editorial, reports from Locals and the provincial executive, and study benefits and taking courses at UBC.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 4, April 1975 includes information on nominations, CUPE 116, strike committee proposals, commentary on the strike committee report, contract discussion and a Division D contract workshop, inflation and wages, women in the workplace, a list of contract committee members, reports on finances, communications, and a summary of the March 13, 1975 meeting minutes, the cost of living in BC, the question of paid positions in the union office, and a request for information on UBC's budget.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 5, May 1975 includes information on the AUCE Local 2 (SFU) strike, contract negotiations at SFU, resignation of the Local 1 vice-president, a list of contract committee members, a report on Labour Relations Board hearings on student assistants and seniority steps, letters to the editor, campus co-op rental housing, reports from Locals and the provincial executive, finances, discussion on affiliation with other organizations, the future of AUCE, the benefits and drawbacks of having a provincial organization, the requirements for running a union, Malaspina College support staff withdrawing their charter with the AUCE, a book review on painting in Canada, a poem, and financial and communications reports.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 6, July 1975 includes information on the AUCE and its members, wages and contracts, a report from the job evaluation committee, criticism of the job evaluation committee, an excerpt of an article on wage hikes, the effect of inflation on workers, a poem, a discussion of apathy, an overview of other unions operating on campus (BCGEU, HSA, CUPE, OTEU, IUOE), an appeal from the contract committee for research assistance, and facts and figures from the UBC budget.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 7, August 1975 includes information on the form and content of the newsletter, a question about salutations in correspondence, Malaspina College staff representation by CUPE, a discussion of across-the-board and percentage increases, job evaluation, an overview of OTEU Local 15, analysis and commentary on UBC's contract proposal, a summary of Local 2's (SFU) contract, inflation and ecocomics in the USA and its effects, a glossary of terms, the university community credit union, an article on SORWUC, and changes to bus schedules.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 7 September 1975 includes information on contract committee negotiations and members, a message from the Canadian Association for Repeal of the Abortion Laws, a membership meeting discussing wage scales, opinions on wage restraints, scheduling and meeting conflicts, supporting CUPW and boycotting the postal code, a labour studies course offered at Capilano College, a personal narrative about work, poetry, AUCE history, strikes, lockouts, and picketing, courses offered by the Vancouver People's Law School, a strike strategy for UBC, a list of organizations run by and supporting women in Vancouver, a report from the grievance committee, and a reprint of the notice of bus schedule changes.

Across Campus September 23, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations and a detailed report on the negotiation process to date.

Across Campus Bulletin Number 2, October 1, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations and updates on the process, nominations for convention delegates and table officers, the agenda for the October 9, 1975 membership meeting, statement of income and expenses, and the meeting minutes from September 11, 1975.

Across Campus November 16, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations, membership demands, calling a strike vote, detailed discussion of contract issues, effects of legislation, updates on committee meetings, resolutions passed at the AUCE provincial convention, daycare for children of staff members, grievances, and the CUPW postal strike.
UBC Library Bulletin Number 120, April 9, 1975 includes information on an increased library operating budget, the establishment of library task forces on binding, security, collections, and extended services, new filing policies, renovation of Brock Hall into a processing building, a report on travel grants and expenses, the history of technical services workspaces in the UBC library, and announcements.

[Union Steward materials]

File contains union steward materials, dated October 4, 1977 to October 16, 1977. Topics discussed include duties and responsibilities, handling a grievance, dealing with supervisors, closing comments, Local grievance meetings, copies of minutes, tips for stewards, grievance information, rights of stewards, arbitration, information and agendas for stewards seminars, and brief histories of AUCE and SORWUC. File also contains a audio cassette entitled "The Steward".

[Annual and special provincial convention materials]

File contains meeting minutes from the provincial convention and the special provincial policy convention dated June 21-22, 1975 to November 15-16, 1975. Topics discussed include education, communication, potential joint activities, building the provincial organization, AUCE's relationships with other unions, reports from Locals and committees, amendments and resolutions, the provincial Colleges Act, the importance of child care facilities, and protesting Bill C-73. File also contains a press release dated November 18, 1975.

Local 1 Executive minutes (1 of 2)

File contains Executive Minutes for Local 1, and Full Strike Committee Executive Minutes dated October 15, 1975 to December 16, 1975. Topics discussed include strike and negotiations, disciplinary actions against scabs, and the Full Strike Committee Meeting minutes, along with supporting postal workers, sharing an office with the provincial executive, reports from committees on pension plans, daycare, grievances, job evaluation, contracts, discussion of federal legislation, and staff and organization issues brought up during the November 1975 Provincial Convention.

[International women's year newsletters and other materials]

File contains newsletters in French and English and other records related to International Women's Year (IWY), dated November 1974 to July 1975.

Vol. 1, no. 4, November 1974, includes information on funding, criteria for IWY projects, submission guidelines, types of funding available, and an overview of relevant government agencies along with their addresses.

Vol. 1, no. 5, December 1974, features a message from Marc Lalonde, the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, discussing the Canadian government's plan for the year including legislation, increasing awareness, and providing funding. This issue also includes information on international committees and conferences for IWY, resolutions by the National Council of Women, a Canadian National Railway study on the status of women within their company, a CBC task force on the status of women, the first Canadian Women's Chess Championship, information on Widows United, the Canadian Congress of Black Women's second annual congress, an advisory council on volunteerism, the appointment of the Chancellor of the University of Calgary, the National Council of Jewish Women's IWY organizing, a BC Federation of Women convention, the BC Police Commission Task Force on Women and the Police, and a list of publications and National Film Board films about women and IWY.

Vol. 2, no. 1, January-February 1975, includes information on international, national, and provincial IWY programs in Norway, France, Saskatchewan, and Ontario, UN and UNESCO conferences, corrections to the vol. 1, no. 4 issue of the newsletter, training grants, opportunities for youth, and news from across the country, such as women elected to the Yukon Territorial Government, surnames in Alberta, the "Women Today in Nova Scotia" conference, and a filmography and reading list.

Vol. 2, no. 2, February-March 1975, includes a message from the IWY Secretariat about responding to mail, and a press release issued by Marc Lalonde, the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women about federal government programs. The issue also contains information on international and provincial IWY programs, publications, and conferences in Japan, Cuba, New Brunswick, Alberta, Newfoundland, British Columbia, Ontario, and Québec, congratulations to the first woman principal of a public high school in Toronto, reports and programs from the Canadian Federation of University Women and the National Secretaries Association, a help wanted section, a filmography, and the Voice of Alberta Native Women's Society creating IWY jewellery.

Vol. 2, no. 3, April 1975, includes information on international IWY programs, publications, and conferences in Mexico, Chile, Australia, the Soviet Union, and India. Canadian programs include seminars across the country, some sponsored by the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), an audio-visual kit produced by the Status of Women Study Group in Nanaimo, a public school course in Hamilton, a Fredericton Women's Centre event, a meeting of northern and Indigenous women in Yellowknife, a Redlight Theatre play about Nellie McClung, the opening of the Toronto Women's Bookstore, Status of Women Councils in Newfoundland, PEI, New Brunswick, and Québec, a Miles for Millions project entitled ""Canadian Women and the Third World,"" the establishment of the National Advisory Committee on the Female Offender, an IWY committee in Nova Scotia, and a Pioneer Women program in Montreal. Also included is an anniversary announcement, unions negotiating babysitting expenses and Father's Day Pay, total monthly costs for women's labour, Office of Native Employment consultant for Indigenous women seeking government work, seminars, meetings, and lectures in Ontario and Manitoba, "Interchange '75" seminars, film festivals, and recommended reading and music.

Vol. 2, no. 5, June-July 1975, includes excerpts from the Crossroads '75 conference in Québec on topics such as homemakers, women in business, legal and financial protection, rights of Indigenous women, creation of a Family Court system, gender ratio of teachers in schools, teaching materials including women's activism, prohibiting sex discrimination in schools, economic independence, pensions, preventing discrimination in insurance policies, recognizing housewives as workers, communications and representations of women, developing new policies at regulatory bodies such as the CRTC or CBC, preventative medicine including nutrition, internal health including venereal disease, cancer, and pregnancy, family planning including access to contraceptives and abortion, employment discrimination, benefits, and wages for domestic workers, standards for part-time work, organizing, politics, a recommended reading list and filmography, a congratulations section highlighting the accomplishments of Canadian women, a sex discrimination checklist published by CUPE, and list of conferences, courses, and seminars on topics such as women and the church, homemakers, urban planning, the Québec Human Rights Commission, and repealing laws against abortion.

File also contains correspondence from the IWY Secretariat to the AUCE, and from the Women's Office at UBC to the AUCE, informing them about events and programs.

UBC Alumni Chronicle: The Unionization of UBC

File contains an issue of the UBC Alumni Chronicle, dated Spring 1975. Topics discussed include the UBC Alumni Association election, unionization of UBC, an article on sports and culture, a profile on Tom Wayman, alumni annual giving and a list of scholarships, campus news including coverage of MLA Day, Senate election results, the Alumni Travel Program, and a message from the president, a spotlight section with alumni news, weddings, births, and deaths, and a letters section with submissions from readers.

Local 1 Executive minutes (2 of 2)

File contains meeting minutes dated January 6, 1976 to December 7, 1976. Topics discussed include the strike and strike committee report, disciplinary actions against scabs, correspondence, anti-inflation legislation, interactions with other unions (CUPE, SORWUC, HEU, the Vancouver Taxi Union), contracts, staffing, role of executive members, bylaws and amendments in regards to discipline, grievances and arbitration, information on Pentacare daycare centre, housing at UBC, the strike at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), maternity leave, and banning smoking during executive meetings. File also contains several agendas, committee documents and recommendations, as well as a memo.

[Provincial Constitution]

File contains two copies of the provincial constitution dated June 1976 to June 1979. Topics discussed include objectives, jurisdiction, membership, charters, Local autonomy, the role of the provincial executive, committees, conventions, revenue and finances, strikes and lockouts, discipline, procedures and bylaws.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" dated December 28, 1976 to January 23, 1976. File also contains a news release, proposed contract amendments and commentary, and the following newsletters:

Across Campus Number 14, December 28, 1976 includes information on the Anti-Inflation Board (AIB) rollback and wages, a BCTF lawsuit against the provincial government, union dues, grievances, an AUCE steward seminar, meeting minutes from December 9, 1976, the first meeting of the joint AUCE and Professional Staff Study Committee on the Employment of Women in Non-Academic Positions, and a call for a public meeting on the AIB.

Across Campus Number 13, December 3, 1976 includes information on contract negotiations, a letters section featuring comments from members, daycare services, a statement of resignation from the president, detailed commentary on grievances and grievance process, comments from the newsletter editors, the agenda for the December 9, 1976 membership meeting, analysis of an arbitration case, meeting minutes from November 4, 1976, correspondence with UBC Employee Relations on grievances, an AUCE brief to the AIB discussing other universities and discrimination, and tables of comparative salaries at UBC, SFU, UVIC, and Capilano College.

Across Campus Number 12, October 28, 1976 includes information on the university wage offer, letters from the membership, detailed contract and grievance reports, a financial report, an assertiveness training workshop, contract committee progress, meeting minutes from September 9, 1976 and October 7, 1976, bylaw amendments, supporting CUPE in the event of a strike, nominations, censure against the delegates to the provincial convention, comments from the newsletter editor.

Across Campus Number 11, October 12, 1976 includes information on the history of women in unions, letters from the membership on topics such as job evaluation and responses to letters, university proposals, comments from the newsletter editor, and a poem.

Across Campus Number 10, October 4, 1976 is a special contract issue containing a detailed report on union and university presentations from August 19 to September 2, and includes UBC's contract proposal in regards to employee definitions, leave of absence, picket lines, working conditions, vacations, hours of work, sick and maternity leave, seniority, resignation, job postings, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, complaints, wages, and letters of agreements.

Across Campus Number 9, September 27, 1976 includes a detailed report on the negotiation process, information on grievances, an article on the Anti-Inflation Board (AIB) wage rollback, a notice from the treasurer regarding a change in dues, a membership update, a request for volunteers, CUPE Strike Support vote results, University Community Credit Union services, operating office equipment, and a letter from the editor.

Across Campus Number 8, September 1976 includes an article on the effect of lighting on the human body, executive reports from August 12 and 17, 1976, meeting minutes from August 5, 12, and 19, 1976, with information on proposed contract amendments, corrspondence, grievances, referendum results, bylaw amendments, statements from vice-presidential nominees, articles on union participation and lighting, letters from the membership on newseltter content and day care, SORWUC's collective agreement, provincial referendum results, clippings and notices, a newsletter opinion poll, and a poem.

Across Campus Number 7, August 1976 includes an article on union objectives, an appeal to join the communications committee, notices, comments on newsletter content, an interview with an AUCE member, an article on the effects of light, clippings, reports on finances and grievances, and an executive report from June 30, 1976.

Across Campus Number 6, July 1976 includes an article on wages, the result of a grievance case, a detailed article on the safety and effectiveness of family drugs, an interview with an AUCE member, articles on the effects of light, the history of unionism, the Kitsilano Food Co-op, and Chilean politics and history, a proposed agenda for the July 8 meeting, an executive report form June 21, 1976, a financial report, a update on contract proposals, committees on women and employment, an office manual, a clipping service, provincial reports, the Skyway Luggage strike, and ""for sale"" notices.

Across Campus Number 5, June 1976 includes information on the AUCE contract and layoffs, a meeting agenda, and executive report, committee reports on strikes, job evaluation, grievances, and VGH, comments on observing the HEU picket line and essential services, cancellation of the steward's seminar, an assertiveness training workshop, an interview with an AUCE member, comments on a general strike, an article on the history of unionism, bylaw amendments, and meeting minutes from May 13, 1976.

Across Campus Number 4, May 1976 includes information on referendum results, a potential strike at VGH, the AUCE contract and employee status, membership meetings, an agenda, financial and provincial reports, mailing service costs, recommended constitutional amendments, provincial proposals, an executive report, reports on strikes and sick leave, in-depth discussion on electing a second union organizer, an article on the effects of light, a wage and price report from the BC Teachers' Federation, an interview with an AUCE member, library staff interactions with UBC administration, an article on the Labour Code, a comment on the strike fund, and a campus who's who.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 2, April 1976 includes information on grievances, reports from the executive, strike, contract, and grievance committees, a proposal for disciplinary procedure, a provincial report, an arbitration case, steward's seminar, correspondence and letters from other organizations such as SORWUC, the Vancouver Taxi Workers' Union, the Leonard Peltier Defence Committee, and newsletter notes.

Across Campus Special Strike Edition, February 1976 includes information on AUCE history, negotiating with UBC, background on a previous AUCE strike in December 3-10, 1975, a profile of UBC vice-president Chuck Connaghan, commentary on AUCE and other unions, an open letter to trade unions on campus, a chronology of AUCE's relationship with the BC Federation of Labour, reprinted correspondence between the AUCE, the UBC Board of Governors, and the BC Federation of Labour, personal experiences of picketers, a ""did you know"" section, and comments on Bill C73.

AUCE #1 Division ""B"" Newsletter, February 19, 1976 includes information on contributing to the newsletter, contact information for representatives and division steward, electing a contract committee representative, notices, open nominations, calls for volunteers, the union contract, membership participation, Across Campus Special Strike Edition, and a brief report on the last executive meeting.
AUCE Local 1 Division D Newsletter, February 9, 1976 includes information on Division D representatives and vacant positions, grievances, notices, and a meeting for new AUCE members.

Across Campus January 23, 1976 includes a report from the union organizer, committee reports on sick leave, job evaluation, pensions, and working conditions, commentary on the provincial association and a full time representative, a report on suspensions, an SFU staff training research group, a letter of thanks to the contract committee, notices, a meeting between staff, faculty, and students, and criticism of scabs.

[News clippings 1976]

File contains news clippings of The Ubyssey, UBC reports, and University Endowment Lands (U.E.L.) special planning project, dated January 8, 1976 to January 13, 1976. Topics discussed include AUCE interactions with UBC, contracts, wage rollbacks, mediation, faculty crossing picket lines, and university endowment lands. Also included is the Engineer's Week undergraduate publication, The Red Rag, which the A.U.C.E. protested for its sexist content.

[Local 1 Strike committee report and other material]

File contains a bound 1976-77 strike committee report and other records dated August 13, 1976 to March 7, 1977. Topics discussed include contract negotiations, "absence from work" issue, job evaluation and classification, publicity and communication, interactions with other unions and organizations, preparing for strike, summary of activities, and recommendations. File also contains several brochures, bulletins, flyers, newsletters, an issue of the Ubyssey (UBC student newspaper), and correspondence.

Annual Provincial Convention Minutes

File contains meeting minutes from the annual convention dated June 12-13, 1976 to June 27, 1976. Topics discussed include executive reports, Local reports, strikes, bargaining, arbitration, affiliation, referenda, communications, committees, interactions with other unions (SORWUC), resolutions and amendments, staffing and wages, job descriptions, and revenue and finances. File also contains a list of amendments passed and the rules of order governing the convention.

Provincial Executive minutes

File contains meeting minutes dated January 15, 1977 to August 20, 1977. Topics discussed include Local reports, correspondence, convention planning and resolutions, financial and committee information, negotiations and arbitration, maternity leave issues, purchasing office supplies, interactions with other unions (SORWUC, BCGEU, CLC), strikes, and constitutional amendments. File also contains the minutes of the 1977 Annual AUCE Convention.

[Reports of UBC University Librarian to the UBC Senate]

File contains the Reports of the University Librarian to the Senate of the University of British Columbia, dated January 1979 and December 1979. The January report covers the year 1977-78, and includes information on collections development, physical and bibliographic access to collections, services, and appendices describing the size of the collections, collections growth, library expenditures, use of library resources, interlibrary loans, reference statistics, library organization, reading rooms, and the Senate Library Committee. The December report covers the year 1978-79, and includes themes and trends for the seventies and eighties, collections, divisions such as circulation, aquisitions, catalogues, etc., libraries such as the Woodward Biomedical Library, Sedgewick Library, Data Library, etc., and appendices describing the size of the collections, collections growth, library expenditures, use of library resources, interlibrary loans, reference statistics, library organization, reading rooms, and the Senate Library Committee.

[Annual provincial convention materials] (2 of 2)

File contains meeting minutes, rules of order, and other records from the annual convention dated June 12-13, 1976 to June 18-19, 1977. Topics discussed include executive reports, Local reports, strikes, bargaining, arbitration, affiliation, referenda, communications, committees, interactions with other unions (SORWUC), resolutions and amendments, staffing and wages, job descriptions, and revenue and finances. File also contains two copies of the following: agendas from the June 18-19, 1977 convention, rules of order, lists of delegates to the fourth annual AUCE convention, detailed reports from Local 1 (UBC), Local 2 (SFU), Local 3 (NDU), Local 4 (Capilano), Local 6 (TSSU), provincial executive reports, joint AUCE/SORWUC committee reports, and financial statements dated March 31, 1977.

[British Columbia University conference materials]

File contains a report from the Research Department of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), dated October 1977. Topics discussed include comparisions of caretakers' and labourers' rates in major school boards, municipalities, and collective agreements, average wage changes in collective agreements, B.C. wage settlements by quarter and industry, faculty compensation package increases, labour costs in education, reduction in hours of work, consumer price indexes, statistics, contract analysis, and selected articles on trends, economics, and understanding statistics. File also contains a statement issed by Evan Wolfe, Minister of Finance, dated June 10, 1977

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