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History project interview recordings

Series contains audio recordings of interviews conducted by Stephen Wilks and Robert MacDonald with former Mount Royal College students, faculty, staff, and administration as research for the Mount Royal History Project.

Stephen Wilk fonds

  • CA MRUASC F0041
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2008, predominant 1997-2001

Fonds documents Wilks' work as the coordinator and photo page editor of the Mount Royal College History Project. Wilk worked with author Robert MacDonald on the project to research and write an unpublished book as part of Mount Royal's 90th anniversary celebration titled: "An Institution and its Communities: A History of Mount Royal College 1910-2000." Fonds contains one series of audio recordings of interviews with Mount Royal faculty, staff, and students. Fonds also contains correspondence, book drafts, research notes, brochures and promotional material, newspaper articles, photographs, project proposals, timelines, and progress reports.

Stephen Wilk

Wilk interviews - 6

Item is the sixth of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Wilk interviews - 5

Item is the fifth of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Wilk interviews - 4

Item is the fourth of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Wilk interviews - 3

Item is the third of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Wilk interviews - 2

Item is the second of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Wilk interviews - 1

Item is the first of six tapes of interviews conducted for the Mount Royal History Project.

Jack Yates

Item is a taped interview with Hal Wyatt, a former faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Hal Wyatt

Item is a business card and taped interview with Hal Wyatt, a former Chair of the Mount Royal College Foundation, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Tom Wood

Item is the second of two taped interviews with Tom Wood, a former college President, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Tom Wood

Item is the first of two taped interviews with Tom Wood, a former college President, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Rev. Dr. Stephen Wilk

Item is the a taped interview with Stephen Wilk, a former faculty member in Sociology and Psychology from 1956-1958, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Reta Wilk

Item is the a taped interview with Reta Wilk, a former faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Isabel Whitefield

Item is the a taped interview with Isabel Whitefield regarding the history of Mount Royal. Whitefield was the Secretary to college principals; Dr. Garden and Dr. Collett.

Frances Wright

Item is the a taped interview with Frances Wright regarding the history of Mount Royal. Wright was a former student of Leona Paterson and taught in the Conservatory in the 1970s.

Dr. Neil Webber

Item is a business card and taped interview with Neil Webber, a former faculty member from 1966-1975, regarding the history of Mount Royal. Webber went on to form his own college, The Webber Academy and serve as a provincial MLA for 14 years.

Ann Waters

Item is a taped interview with Ann Waters, a former faculty member in the Commercial Department, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Jack Wallens - begin Dr. Leona Patterson [sic.]

Item is the second of two taped interviews with Jack Wallens regarding the history of Mount Royal. Wallens was a faculty member who taught Religious Studies. Tape also includes part of an interview with Leona Paterson.

Jack Wallens - faculty

Item is the first of two taped interviews with Jack Wallens regarding the history of Mount Royal. Wallens was a faculty member who taught Religious Studies.

Dr. Doug Turner

Item is the second of two taped interviews with Douglas Turner regarding the history of Mount Royal. Turner was a former student from 1955-1956 and a faculty member for 35 years who taught Biology and Physical Education.

Dr. Douglas Turner

Item is the first of two taped interviews with Douglas Turner regarding the history of Mount Royal. Turner was a former student from 1955-1956 and a faculty member for 35 years who taught Biology and Physical Education.

Ann Tingle

Item is a taped interview with Ann Tingle regarding the history of Mount Royal. Tingle was the Chair of the Board of Governors in the 1990s.

Rev. Dr. Bob Thompson

Item is a taped interview with Bob Thompson regarding the history of Mount Royal. Thompson taught Religious Studies starting in 1971.

Len Thomas

Item is a taped interview with Len Thomas, a former faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

David Thomas

Item is a taped interview with David Thomas, regarding the history of Mount Royal. Thomas was a former Dean of Community Studies.

Donna Taylor

Item is a taped interview with Donna Taylor regarding the history of Mount Royal. Taylor was a former Director for the Centre of Health Studies.

David Soltiss

Item is a taped interview with David Soltiss, a former staff member, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Don Stauffer

Item is a business card and taped interview with Don Stauffer regarding the history of Mount Royal. Stauffer worked as the Dean and Assistant Dean of Community Health Studies and the Dean of Physical Education.

Wendy Snyder

Item is a business card and taped interview with Wendy Snyder regarding the history of Mount Royal. Snyder was the Assistant Secretary of the Faculty Association for over twenty years.

Tom Sindinger

Item is a taped interview with Tom Sindinger regarding the history of Mount Royal. Sindinger was a former student who played on the basketball team.

Aileen Sibbald

Item is a taped interview with Aileen Sibbald regarding the history of Mount Royal. Sibbald was a former student who attended in 1912 or 1913 and was taught by Mrs. Kirby.

Grant Shuttlesworth

Item is a taped interview with Grant Shuttlesworth, a former student from 1949-1951, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Bill Sayers

Item is a taped interview with Bill Sayers, a former student, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Eve Rutledge

Item is a taped interview with Eve Rutledge regarding the history of Mount Royal. Rutledge taught history in the Humanities Department.

Pat Roome

Item is a business card and taped interview with Pat Roome regarding the history of Mount Royal. Roome was a former faculty member, Chair of the Humanities Department, and Archivist.

Ken Robson

Item is a business card and taped interview with Ken Robson regarding the history of Mount Royal. Robson was a former Dean of Arts and Communications.

Larry Robinson

Item is a taped interview with Larry Robinson, a former student, regarding the history of Mount Royal. Robinson went on to play in the NFL for the Calgary Stampeders.

Mardy Roberts

Item is a taped interview with Mardy Roberts, a former faculty member in Behavioral Sciences, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Lloyd Richards - faculty

Item is a taped interview with Lloyd Richards regarding the history of Mount Royal. Richards was a former faculty member is the Faculty of Science.

Douglas J. Rathburn

Item is a business card and taped interview with Douglas Rathburn regarding the history of Mount Royal. Rathburn was the Chair of the Theater and Speech Arts Department.

Max Rae

Item is a taped interview with Max Rae, a former administrator, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Russ Purdy

Item is a taped interview with Russ Purdy regarding the history of Mount Royal. Rurdy was a former Chair of the Board of Governors.

Mary Prossack

Item is a taped interview with Mary Prossack regarding the history of Mount Royal. Prossack was the former Manger of the campus bookstore.

J. Patrick Peacock

Item is a business card and taped interview with Patrick Peacock regarding the history of Mount Royal. Peacock was a member of the Board of Governors for six years.

Leona Patterson [sic] (at home)

Item is a taped interview with Leona Paterson regarding the history of Mount Royal. Paterson was a faculty member in the Speech Arts program in the Conservatory.

Barry Pashak

Item is a taped interview with Barry Pashak, a former student and faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Peter Pallesen

Item is a taped interview with Peter Pallesen regarding the history of Mount Royal. Pallesen was a former Police Science student.

Sandy Norstrom

Item is a taped interview with Sandy Norstrom, a former staff member in Business Administration, regarding the history of Mount Royal.

Janette Nickles - MRC/SAIT

Item is a taped interview with Janette Nickles, a former staff member, regarding the history of Mount Royal. Nickles went on to become the Vice-President of SAIT.

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