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Blast shelters

Item summarizes how a blast shelter should be built for protection, what features are necessary, and discusses some differences between blast shelters and fallout shelters. Item was published by the Queen's Printer.

Mount Royal College

Item is a paper about the architectural design of Mount Royal College's Lincoln Park Campus building. Section titles include: The building form; The building system; Interior environment; Mount Royal College - The program.

Mount Royal College photos

File consists of photographs of Mount Royal College's Lincoln Park Campus, including exterior, interior, and aerial views.

Photos of other architectural projects

Files consists of photographs related to architectural projects Barrett presumably worked on including Red Deer College, a "theatre for Red Deer," and Saint James Catholic Church in Calgary's North Glenmore neighbourhood. File contains photographs of completed buildings, as well as architectural models and drawings.

Photographs

File consists of photographs of Mount Royal College students, and a photograph of Dr. and Mrs. Kerby.

Photographs and biography

File consists of photographs of Sanderson and her friends during her time at Mount Royal College, and a brief biography.

Biography and resume

File contains Dabrowska's biography and resume, as well as a media clipping and letter related to her artistic work.

Watercolour prints

File consists of prints and photographs of watercolours by Dabrowska of architecture and natural landscapes. Subjects of the artworks include landmarks and buildings in Calgary, southern Alberta, British Columbia, New York, France and Poland, including: grain elevators in Vulcan and Taber; Deer Lodge in Lake Louise; Calgary City Hall; houses in Victoria Park, Calgary; St. Paul's Anglican church, Calgary; Trinity Lutheran church, Calgary; Kazimierz Dolny, Poland; and the Orthodox church in Tomaszow, Poland.

Margy MacMillan promotion dossier

File contains a detailed record of MacMillan's academic work that was prepared as part of her application for promotion to ful professor. The file is arranged in three main titled sections: Teaching, Service, and Scholarship. Each main section has the following sub-sections: Reflective assessment, Criteria fulfillment, Activities, Impact, and Artifacts.
The file consists of personal comments by MacMillan (before each section), an "application for promotion to professor," her curriculum vitae, awards, correspondence, student evaluations of library instruction, syllabi, course materials, conference presentation descriptions, and journal articles.

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