File contains correspondence, notes, a list of individuals to interview regarding Mount Royal's history, a program from an employee rewards ceremony, an invitation to the 'Fabulous Fifties' reunion dinner and dance, photocopies of photographs, newspaper articles, and part of a draft resume.
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.
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, notes, a Christmas card, a statistical summary report of interviews, a mission design plan for the development of the Mount Royal history project committee, lists of names and contact information for former students, faculty, and staff to be interviewed, a history project progress report, a request to access information form, and a paper on Mount Royal history.
File contains photographs of a wall of portraits of past Mount Royal presidents and Board of Governors, as well as photographs of the military rolls of honour which list Mount Royal students, faculty and staff that served in the World Wars.
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.
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.
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 Wilk worked with author Robert MacDonald on the project to research and write an unpublished book as part of Mount Royal's 90th anniversary celebration titled: "An Institution and its Communities: A History of Mount Royal College 1910-2000."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.