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".
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.