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Facilities Department fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969-1995, 2005-2009

Fonds consists of architectural plans and drawings, project files, reports, and newspaper clippings from the construction of the Alberta Vocational Centre, Cromdale, Assumption, Equine Centre, Jasper Place, Seventh Street Plaza, Millwoods, and City Centre campuses. Plans are labelled with a code consisting of a letter and number (eg, A-1), corresponding to the file list.

Facilities

Michael Fitt fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1949-2006

The fonds consists of material accompanying the Fitt Jazz Collection of sound recordings and includes documents and notes that supported research for Mike's contribution to The Jazz Discography by Tom Lord. It consists of correspondence, clippings, music catalogues, detailed discographical notes, Duke Ellington conference material, copies of The International DEMS Bulletin: Duke Ellington Music Society (1979-2003), a copy of Duke Ellington: Leader Discography signed by Tom Lord, and 27 photographs.

78 lacquer instantaneous discs are stored in the Archives due to preservation concerns, while the rest of the Fitt Jazz Collection, including textual records and photographs, is located in Allard Hall.

Fitt, Michael S., 1947-2019

Music Department fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-2017

Records document the creative activity of the Music program through audio recordings, photographs, concert posters, and programs of performances by students, graduates, and faculty. Also includes course files, awards, correspondence of Music program heads Bob Meyers and Tommy Banks (1981-1984), Music Program Advisory Committee agendas, minutes, and correspondence (1997-2008).

Music Department

Office of the University Registrar fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1972-2020

Fonds consists of convocation programs and academic calendars, as well as curbside convocation packages. The academic calendar may include information about admissions, registration, enrollment, fees, programs, general policies, as well as descriptions of courses offered.

Office of the University Registrar

Institutional Analysis and Planning fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1973-2013, 2015

Fonds consists of program evaluations, accreditation files, institutional assessments, degree proposals, student graduate surveys, and correspondence.

Institutional Analysis and Planning

Faculty of Nursing fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1993, 1995-2004; 2015-2018

Fonds consists of copies of the Faculty of Nursing Research, scholarship and community engagement highlights, and photographs & negatives of students and faculty as well as convocation programs (limited). Series: 1) publications, 2) photographs.

Faculty of Nursing

MacEwan Staff Association fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2000-

Fonds consists of records that document the activities and functions of the MacEwan Staff Association. Series consist of: 1) newsletters providing updates on employee benefits and programs, announcements, and upcoming events, 2) agendas and minutes from bi-annual general meetings, and 3) collective agreements.

MacEwan Staff Association

Dorothy Gray collection

  • Collection
  • 1943-2010

The collection consists of both textual records and photographs chronicling the life of Dr. J. W. Grant MacEwan and his personal involvement with the institution. Materials include newspaper, magazine, and article clippings, letters, books, awards, certificates, as well as MacEwan Day and other ceremony and special event ephemera.

Gray, Dorothy, 1941-2012

Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan collection

  • Collection
  • 1939-2001

The collection consists of books written by, objects, graphic material, and clippings connected to Dr. J.W. Grant MacEwan. These include 10 logs whittled by Grant MacEwan, 52 books (most signed; complete works of Grant MacEwan), clippings, 35 plaques, miscellaneous objects including 2 suitcases, 2 cowboy hats, straw hat, fireman's helmet, policeman's hat and billy club, red wool hat, tie, wall hanging, carved wooden plate, miniature tipi, 2 miniature totem pole carvings, headphones, radio and microphone, engraved wallet and notepad cover, sweatshirts and buttons from Grant MacEwan Day. Graphic material includes posters and photographs. Textual records include a letter to Grant MacEwan regarding naming the institution after him, the program for the official opening in 1972, the transfer of land document for City Centre Campus, and the records of the Grant MacEwan Day Committee.

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