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67 Don McMahon - board member

Item is the second of two taped interviews with Don McMahon, a former member of the Board of Governors, regarding the history of Mount Royal

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.

Alan Dyment

Item is a taped interview with Alan Dyment regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Dyment was a former staff member who served as both the Director of the Learning Resource Center and Dean of Student Academic Services.

Ann DeWitt

Item is a taped interview with Ann DeWitt regarding the history of Mount Royal College. DeWitt attended Grade 12 at Mount Royal and later joined the faculty, eventually becoming Head of the English Department.

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.

Ann Waters

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

Barry Pashak

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

Bibliography

Item is a bibliography for a research guide on Mount Royal College history.

Bibliography

Item is a bibliography of sources used for the Mount Royal College History Project.

Bill Sayers

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

Book style MRC history

File documents the preparation of Wilk's Mount Royal history book. The file consists of: correspondence, a student paper on the history of Mount Royal, a draft book introduction and photo index, a photograph of Wilk, a quote for a book cover design, a synopsis of the history book, blank consent/release forms, and draft manuscript and design pages relating to locations around Mount Royal named for college pioneers and early childhood, orchestral, and athletics programs.

Brian Cross

Item is a taped interview with Brian Cross regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Cross was a piano teacher in the Conservatory.

Bruce Horrey

Item is a taped interview with Bruce Horrey regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Horrey was a staff member in the Sciences for over 30 years, starting in the 1960s.

Bud Gamble

Item is a taped interview with Bud Gamble regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Gamble was a former faculty member.

Calgary Youth Orchestra handbook

Item is a handbook containing information on the history of the Calgary Youth Orchestra, obligations of members, expenses and fees, and workshops, competitions, and tours.

Cam Loveday

Item is a business card and taped interview with Cameron Loveday regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Loveday was a staff member in Counselling Services for 30 years.

Carole Handy

Item is a taped interview with Carole Handy regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Handy taught Sociology from 1967-1999.

Clarence Buckley

Item is a taped interview with Clarence Buckley, a former student, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Colleen Campbell

Item is a taped interview with Colleen Campbell regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Campbell was a faculty member in Interior Design.

Conservatory and fine arts

File contains partial copies of speech and oral communication syllabi and fine arts calendars, articles, newspaper clippings, a list of events celebrating Mount Royal's 70th anniversary, a sermon on love, and a play called "Calgary Gets a College".

David Soltiss

Item is a taped interview with David Soltiss, a former staff 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.

Degree granting proposal summary

File contains correspondence, an overview of access issues at Mount Royal, a trend tracking sheet for 1986-1991, a proposal summary, and answer sheet.

Dennis Leask

Item is a business card and taped interview with Dennis Leask, a former faculty member and Dean, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Don McMahon - interview 67

Item is the first of two taped interviews with Don McMahon, a former member of the Board of Governors, 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.

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.

Doris Anderson/John Brown

Item is a taped interview with Doris Anderson regarding her friend and former Mount Royal College Librarian and faculty member, John Brown. Anderson was a Mount Royal College student in the 1930s.

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.

Douglas Lauchlan

Item is a taped interview with Douglas Lauchlan regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Lauchlan was a past President of Mount Royal.

Dr. Bruce Mahon

Item is a taped interview with Bruce Mahon regarding the history of Mount Royal. Mahon taught Psychology and was Director of Human Resources.

Dr. Don Baker -1

Item is the first of two cassettes of a taped interview with Donald Baker, college president from 1980-1989, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Dr. Don Baker -2

Item is the second of two cassettes of a taped interview with Donald Baker, college president from 1980-1989, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

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.

Dr. Jack Barlass

Item is a taped interview with Jack Barless, a former pre-med student, regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Barless went on to become a doctor specializing in neurosurgery.

Dr. Jack Collett - interview #2

Item is the second of two taped interviews with Jack Collett regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Collett was a past Mount Royal President and Principal.

Dr. Jim Hawkes

Item is a taped interview with Jim Hawkes, a former faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Hawkes went on to become a politician for the Progressive Conservative Party.

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.

Dr. Robert Harris

Item is a taped interview with Robert Harris regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Harris was a former faculty member from the Forensic Department.

Dr. Rod Conklin

Item is a taped interview with Rod Conklin regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Conklin was a former Mount Royal student who went on to become Principal of Rundle College.

Draft documents

File contains notes, lists of campus locations names for individuals connected to Mount Royal's history, a list of potential interviewees, and short biographies on former members of the conservatory.

Draft guides

File contains drafts of an overview of Mount Royal's history and research and interviewing guides.

Elaine Danelasko + Valerie Parrish (joint)

Item is a business card and joint interview with Elaine Danelasko and Valerie Parrish regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Danelasko was a faculty member in the Health Sciences Department since 1988.

Eve Rutledge

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

Evelyn Hepburn

Item is a taped interview with Evelyn Hepburn regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Hepburn was a teacher in the Commercial Department in the 1950s.

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