Fonds documents the functions and activities of the Mount Royal Faculty Association including collective bargaining, advocacy, and providing professional development opportunities and other services to its members. Fonds is divided into four series: Collective bargaining negotiations, University/College administrative and reference documents, Professional development, and Social events. Fonds contains collective agreements, negotiation working files, photographs, reports, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, handbooks and guides, bylaws, and financial statements.
Fonds documents Barrett's work as an architect with the firm Stevenson, Raines, Barrett, Hutton, Seton and Partners, particularly his work on the design of Mount Royal College's Lincoln Park Campus. The fonds consists of photographs and a paper.
Fonds illustrates the construction of Mount Royal College's Lincoln Park Campus, which Jim Cameron was contacted as a photographer to document. Fonds consists of negatives, slides, photographic prints, and albums which primarily document the weekly progress of the project, as well as some related ceremonies and events, from the groundbreaking to the grand opening of the completed building. Most materials relate to the Lincoln Park Campus, although there are several photos of the original downtown campus, as well as aerial photos of the Churchill Park Campus (now Bow Valley College), and Old Sun College in Siksika, Alberta. Fonds is made up of three series: negatives and slides, prints, and photo albums.
Fonds illustrates the planning and design of the Riddell Library and Learning Centre, which was led by Shepstone as University Librarian. The fonds consists of three series which documents furniture planning, architectural, and electrical drawings, new library planning, and administration for the Riddell Library and Learning Centre and the Mount Royal College Library. Other records document architecture firm's planning for the RLLC and Mount Royal College planning. The fonds also contains publications, memorabilia, and artwork.
Collection illustrates Dabrowska's work as an artist and was assembled by her friend Joanna Stuchly. The collection consists of prints and photographs of her artistic works, as well as brochures she designed, a resume, and media clippings.
Fonds documents Armstrong's time as a student at Mount Royal College in the Provincial Health and Recreation Youth Training Programme. The objectives of the Programme was to promote physical health and develop "good citizenship". Fonds consists of leader's manuals, photographs, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and correspondence.
Fonds illustrates Hinde's career as a nurse and faculty member at Mount Royal College. Fonds consists of Hinde's diplomas and degrees in nursing and teaching, awards recognizing her excellence in teaching and her contribution to nursing care in Calgary, a newspaper article, eulogy, and memorial service program.
Fonds reflects MacMillan's career as a professor and librarian at Mount Royal University. The fonds is arranged into three series which document her teaching, scholarship, and service activities. Other records in the fonds reflect MacMillan's other academic activities and research interests, and include annual reports, a promotion dossier, news clippings, and video recordings.
Fonds documents Sanderson's time as a student in Mount Royal College's Secretarial Arts program. Fonds consists of photographs, an annotated yearbook, convocation program, diploma, academic transcript, award, and certificate.