The fonds consists of Sewell's correspondence, lecture notes, teaching materials, work by students, drafts of papers, articles, and reports, published materials, collected research materials and unpublished academic papers. Significant correspondents and co-authors include Marion Marts, Gilbert White, Blair Bower, Ian Burton, Harold Foster, Kenneth Hare, R.W. Kates and Albert Utton.Sewell, W.R. Derrick (William Robert Derrick)
Series consists of 40 works on paper. The bulk of these are hand coloured prints (some signed and numbered) but rarely include dates. Series includes pen and ink drawings, paintings and notably, a pencil portrait of a soldier created by the artist when he was a prisoner of war in 1945.
The fonds consists of conference packages given to each delegate, including conference programme, biographies of recognition awards recipients, names of conference attendees, and blank evaluation forms. Also included in original material used for producing the art exhibit catalogue in 1993.University of Victoria (B.C.). Women's Conference Committee
The fonds consists of office files and include budget, minutes, agendas, communication logs, policy files, posters and Women's Centre history. Also included are subject files which entail educational and activist undertakings relating to rallies, eating disorders, date rape, violence against women, women's rights, December 6 memorial vigil and racism.University of Victoria (B.C.). Women's Centre
The fonds consists of educational reports, photographs, and a program for a dinner held March 9, 2000 in conjunction with the Status of Women Action Group.Women for Women in Afghanistan. Victoria Branch
The fonds consists of correspondence, "Bad Trick Sheet" newsletters, reports, clippings, petitions, questionnaires, a "Women as Animals" file depicting women in advertising, and a script for a slide show entitled, "Erotica: A Feminist Exploration." Files arranged in alphabetical order by title.Women Against Pornography (Victoria, B.C.)
The fonds consists of 7 letters of Mary Lou Williams to Winston Lucas asking his assistance in distributing her new LP record recently released by Decca Record. Williams was a black jazz pianist and arranger-composer, who is often regarded as the only significant female instrumentalist in jazz. She was an important "swing" pianist with a distinctively understated, legato manner based on subtly varied stride and boogie-woogie bass patterns. She was also a major exponent of postwar modern jazz, and advanced the careers of many younger magicians.Lucas, Winston C.
The fonds consists of the following series: Cedar Lodge School records, and reports. Records of the Cedar Lodge School include: correspondence, 1976-1988; Minutes and reports, 1984-1988; Planning, 1976-1978; Photographs and pamphlets. Reports include: Psychology Department reports, 1963, 1966-67; Charles Watson, Development of Psychological Services in British Columbia, 1965; G. A Milton, The History of the BCPA: A Perspective, 1978; John Conway et al, Report of the External Review of the Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, 1990.Gaddes, William H.
The fonds consists of four designs for the University of Victoria flag (1978) and other graphics, including preliminary sketches for the Chief Dan George wood mural and posters advertising theatrical productions; designs and plans for theatrical sets and stages (1964-1983), including the Phoenix Theatre Building, the Roger Bishop Theatre, and the Chief Dan George Theatre.West, William D., 1921-
The fonds consists of photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford in Victoria with friends and family and on travels in Banff, Lake Louise, Niagara Falls, and Seattle.Crawford, William
The fonds consists of a biographical file; Victoria College Council files, 1957-63; Development Board files, 1960-71; UVic Board of Governor's correspondence, committees, finance, personnel , reports, and subject files,1963-71; President's Office memos and documents, 1964-71; and UBC Senate documents and reports, 1961-71. All files were created during the course of his official duties with Victoria College and the University of Victoria.Ireland, Willard E.
The fonds consists of working files, photographs, slides and tapes documenting the activities of the Wild Horse Summer Theatre Company, at Fort Steele Historic Park, Fort Steele, B.C. Fonds includes proposal for a theatre project at Fort Steele and related correspondence, membership contracts with the cast, audition forms, press releases, financial records, floor plans, lighting and sound instructions, newsclipping with reviews of play, Parks Board historical notes, final reports by Murray Edwards and Tony Bukowiecki, and designs of the Wild Horse Summer Theatre logo; publicity photographs; slides of historic scenes in southeastern B.C., used in "The Life and Death of Sneaky Fitch", and slides of cast members at Fort Steele Park; and taped performances of "The Life and Death of Sneaky Fitch".Wild Horse Summer Theatre Company
The fonds consists of the following series: general correspondence (1968-1984); Management Council agenda, minutes and reports (1971-1985); committee agenda, minutes, correspondence, and papers (1969-1984); publications (1969-1980); grant applications and correspondence (1969-1980); budgets (1970-1985); reports (1968-1982); legal documents (1967-1983); members list (1974-1979); and job descriptions (1973-1982). Also included are architectural drawings for the Bamfield Marine Biological Station.Western Canadian Universities Marine Biological Society
The fonds consists of the research files of the Victoria branch office, including project files, subject files, and posters.. The project files include reports, correspondence and newsclippings on: Carmanah, Kitlope, Khutzeymateen, Meares Island, South Moresby, Strathcona, Tatshenshini, Tsitika-Robson Bight. The subject files include the following titles: Forestry, Bears, Environment, Fisheries, Parks (Sooke), Pollution, and Water (G.V.W.D.).Western Canada Wilderness Committee. Victoria Branch
File consists of material relating to Harrison's appearance at the West Vancouver Memorial Library, 1950 Marine Drive, West Vancouver.
File consists of the following items:
• 23 May 2001 – Julia Hedley, Youth Services Summer Reading Club – visit three libraries on the North Shore
• 8 June 2001 – August 20 – 21 selected
• 20 June 2001 – more details
• 17 August, 2001 – Vancouver Public Library
• 20 August 2001 – Parkgate Library, Lynn Valley Library
• 21 August 2001 – West Vancouver Memorial Library, North Vancouver City Library
• 6 September, 2001 – honorarium of $100 – when does he get the rest?
• 11 October 2001 – complex explanation from Julia Hedley
• 30 November 2001 – two replacement cheques from Julia Hedley
• 21 January 2002 – cheques found with Ted – subsequently destroyed
The fonds consists of historical notes, student notes, PhD research data on squid and sardines (including photographic data), lecture notes by subject, and course notes; and files from: Victoria College Biology Department (1958-67), Victoria College Building Committee (1957-58), Victoria College Faculty Association (1952-63), Victoria College Board (1957-63), and Victoria College Faculty and Staff Association, (1949-55).Fields, W. Gordon
Item consists of sound recording of Vivienne discussing her childhood in Ontario, small town life, church attendance and faith, reading, teenage social activities, dating boys, sports, teenage crushes on girls, clothing, dancing, career, married life, and later same sex relationships. Originally recorded 6 November 1998.
The fonds consists of correspondence and workshop handouts relating to the conference, and newspaper clippings and photographs of the 1975 International Women's Day March in Victoria.Victoria Women's Centre
The fonds consists of newsletters, announcements and invitations, constitutions, correspondence, reports, research, VWBS history, and minutes.Victoria Women's Building Society
The fonds consists of subject files containing reports, research and clippings; correspondence, 1983-1992; minutes, 1989-1992; and reports, 1984-1987.British Columbia Voice of Women. Victoria Branch