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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".

Draft guides

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

Mount Royal faculty

File contains personal information about former Mount Royal faculty member Tom Besse, a list of interview questions, and newspaper clippings.

Nov. 24 1997 meeting

File contains correspondence, working lists of individuals to interview for the Mount Royal history project, an article regarding the opening of the Meditation Centre, and a newspaper clipping.

Bibliography

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

Special convocation program

Item is a program from the special convocation ceremony for the installation of Donald N. Baker as the president of Mount Royal College.

Mount Royal promotional material

File contains a brochure for the child studies program, general recruitment brochures, a poster promoting Mount Royal's 90th anniversary celebrations, a bookmark from the campus bookstore, and an informational booklet about the City Centre Campus.

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.

Pioneer women

File contains a journal article and a newspaper article on Emily Kirby and other pioneer women.

Written histories

File contains a history of the Mount Royal Educational Club written by a former member, and a history of the Secretarial Arts Department written by Laurel Kernick, a former instructor in the Commercial Department.

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.

Magazine articles

File contains articles on Mount Royal College in the magazines College & University Business and Canadian Architect.

Morningside Music Bridge

File contains an overview of the Conservatory program, Morningside Music Bridge, and newspaper clippings.

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.

Mount Royal College history project

File contains a list of project outcomes and a paper on the value of the history project. File also contains a detailed report summarizing the steps and stages of the history project and contains project correspondence, proposals, mission documents, budget information, credentials for the author and project coordinator, reports, research papers, minutes, and agendas.

MRC - Hunter Whyte

File contains correspondence addressed to Hunter Whyte from Wilk regarding arrangements for the final review and publication of the Mount Royal College history book and the organization of an archives for the associated interviews and research materials.

Otto H. Deutsch

Item is a taped interview with Otto Deutsch regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Deutsch was a instructor of Physics and Chemistry.

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.

Roy V. Deyell

Item is a business card and taped interview with Roy V. Deyell regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Deyell was the Chair of the Board of Governors from 1981-1987 and a Court of Queen's Bench judge.

Paul Dornian

Item is a taped interview with Paul Dornian regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Dornian was a Head of the Conservatory.

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.

Greg Flanagan

Item is a business card and taped interview with Greg Flanagan regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Flanagan worked as a faculty member in the Economics Department starting in 1972.

Jane Flemming - side #1 + #2

Item is a taped interview with Jane Flemming regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Flemming was a faculty member in the Conservatory Department of Speech Arts and Drama.

Steve Foster

Item is a business card and taped interview with Steve Foster regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Foster worked as the Director of Physical Resources.

Fred Fowlow

Item is a taped interview with Fred Fowlow regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Fowlow was the Registrar from 1972-1987.

Jean Frazer

Item is a taped interview with Jean Frazer regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Frazer was Chair of the Board of Governors from 1982-1989.

Bud Gamble

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

Stu Gauthier

Item is a taped interview with Stu Gauthier regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Gauthier was the Supervisor of Stores and Manager of Security.

Carole Handy

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

George Hanson

Item is a taped interview with George Hanson regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Hanson was the Athletic Director.

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. 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.

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.

Hogan, Emmett

Item is a business card and taped interview with Emmett Hogan regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Hogan was a Social Work instructor and Chair of the Criminology Department from the 1970s-1990s.

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.

John Howard

Item is a taped interview with John Howard regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Howard was a purchasing agent for Mount Royal from 1970-1992.

John Howes - faculty

Item is a taped interview with John Howes, a former Journalism faculty member, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Jean Hudson

Item is a taped interview with Jean Hudson, a former Library staff member, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Glen Johnson

Item is a taped interview with Glen Johnson, a former Dean of the Men's Residences, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.

Netta Kelley

Item is a taped interview with Netta Kelley regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Kelley was the wife of Owen Kelley, a deceased faculty member from the English Department.

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