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Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library Vol. 4

Volume 4 ranges from Pet-Z in the Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library. Item contains facsimiles of card catalogues describing the holdings of the Glenbow Historical Library from 1955-1973. The Library of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute was a research library which served the needs of researchers in the history and development of Western and Northern Canada. The Library focused on acquiring material related to the Prairie region of Canada and its bordering states. Two important collections, the Canadiana library of D.C. Coleman, a former president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and an Arctic collection from Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the Arctic explorer, are contained here.

Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library Vol. 3

Volume 3 ranges from In-Pes in the Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library. Item contains facsimiles of card catalogues describing the holdings of the Glenbow Historical Library from 1955-1973. The Library of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute was a research library which served the needs of researchers in the history and development of Western and Northern Canada. The Library focused on acquiring material related to the Prairie region of Canada and its bordering states. Two important collections, the Canadiana library of D.C. Coleman, a former president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and an Arctic collection from Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the Arctic explorer, are contained here.

Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library Vol. 2

Volume 2 ranges from Cop-Im in the Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library. Item contains facsimiles of card catalogues describing the holdings of the Glenbow Historical Library from 1955-1973. The Library of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute was a research library which served the needs of researchers in the history and development of Western and Northern Canada. The Library focused on acquiring material related to the Prairie region of Canada and its bordering states. Two important collections, the Canadiana library of D.C. Coleman, a former president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and an Arctic collection from Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the Arctic explorer, are contained here.

Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library Vol. 1

Volume I ranges from A-Coo in the Catalogue of the Glenbow Historical Library. Item contains facsimiles of card catalogues describing the holdings of the Glenbow Historical Library from 1955-1973. The Library of the Glenbow-Alberta Institute was a research library which served the needs of researchers in the history and development of Western and Northern Canada. The Library focused on acquiring material related to the Prairie region of Canada and its bordering states. Two important collections, the Canadiana library of D.C. Coleman, a former president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and an Arctic collection from Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the Arctic explorer, are contained here.

History of the horn-book

Item is a book on the history of the horn-book. Hornbooks were an early form of reading primer that was used to educate children from the middle ages until the 18th century. Hornbooks consisted of a page of text, covered with a sheet of transparent horn, fixed into a frame with a handle.

History of the horn-book

Item is a book on the history of the horn-book. Hornbooks were an early form of reading primer that was used to educate children from the middle ages until the 18th century. Hornbooks consisted of a page of text, covered with a sheet of transparent horn, fixed into a frame with a handle.

[Training of war dogs : 1962]

Item is a manual for training war dogs produced by the chief of the Imperial General Staff of the War Office of Great Britain.

The experienced English housekeeper ...

Item contains Elizabeth Raffald's original recipes. The cookbook contains a diverse array of recipes ranging from family dishes to elaborate dining options, showcasing the abundance of ingredients available in the 18th century. Raffald's work is notable for its introduction of confectionery techniques and particularly acclaimed for her practical pickling and preserving recipes.

The art of cookery, made plain and easy ...

Item is a book showcasing recipes typical of British cuisine during the 18th century, particularly favored by affluent households. Glasse purposefully employed "plain and easy" language to facilitate instruction for individuals of lower socioeconomic backgrounds in following her recipes.

The book of household management ...

Item is an extensive guide to running a household in Victorian Britain. Originally published in 24 monthly parts between 1859 and 1861, this item is the first edition and printing in book form.

The English hous-wife, containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleat woman ...

Item is a comprehensive guide encompassing essential skills and virtues expected of a well-rounded woman in 17th century England. The book covers a wide range of topics including medicine, surgery, cookery, oil extraction, banquet preparation, wine preservation, distillation, perfumery, textile production, household management, and more.

Советское фото No. 15-16

Item is an issue of "Soviet Photo," a magazine devoted to technical and amateur photography in the Soviet Union that was published in Moscow from 1926 to 1997. Item contains photographs depicting Soviet culture, social events, architecture, and people.

R.C.A.F. manual of winter operations

Item is a technical manual on accepted good practise for cold weather aircraft operation and general information on aerodromes, meteorology, icing, and health produced by Air-Marshal Chief of the Air Staff of the Royal Canadian Air Force.

Dabrowska Alina

File consists of prints and photographs of watercolours by Dabrowska of architecture and natural landscapes, as well as an obituary.

Students

Subsubseries consists of photographs of students of Leona Paterson's.

Western Canada Hockey League

Subsubseries documents the Western Canada Hockey League (WCHL), which was a men's professional level hockey league that formed in 1921 and was later renamed the Western Hockey League (WHL). Subsubseries contains programs from league, playoff, and All Star games as well as photographs, cards, schedules, tickets, guides, postcards, decals, and other promotional materials.

World Hockey Association

Subsubseries documents the World Hockey Association (WHA) which was a professional level men's hockey league. The WHA was formed in 1971 as a rival league to the National Hockey League (NHL) and disbanded in 1979. Subsubseries documents league, playoff, and All Star games and contains programs, tickets, schedules, cards, photographs, and other promotional materials.

Events and Associations

Subseries consists of photographs of Leona Paterson at various events, conferences, convocations, workshops and celebrations.

Notebooks and workbooks

Subsubseries consists of notebooks written by Leona Paterson while teaching at the Banff School of Fine Arts.

Colleagues and Friends

Subsubseries consists of photographs of colleagues of Leona Paterson, including photographs taken by Leonard Leacock.

Student theses

Subsubseries consists of theses given to Leona Paterson by former students.

National Hockey League

Subsubseries contains records relating to the National Hockey League (NHL) and its membership teams. The National Hockey League is a men's professional level hockey league that was established in 1917. The league currently consists of thirty one teams from Canada and the United States. Subsubseries contains gameday programs from current and defunct league teams as well as programs from special events such as All Star games, Stanley Cup playoffs, and the Soviets vs. NHL Super Series. Subsubseries also contains tickets, schedules, calendars, press guides, yearbooks, photographs, collector cards, hockey publications, and other promotional products.

2007 - 11th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 11th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2007. Subseries contains correspondence, application packages, release forms, travel arrangements and itineraries, student biographies, concert and recital programs, advertisements, news articles, promotional materials, agreements and contracts, and a MMB program information guide.

2000 Sydney Paralympic Games

Subseries documents the planning, organizing, and implementation of the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Subseries also documents the relationship between the IPC and the Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Organizing Committees. Subseries contains reports, correspondence, contract agreements, schedules,newspapers, newsletters, press releases, presentation slides, site maps, guidelines, marketing plans, and news articles.

2006 - 10th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 10th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2004. Subseries contains recital and concert programs, participant forms, student biographies, travel arrangements and itineraries, correspondence, contracts and agreements, promotional materials, coaching and rehearsal schedules, invitations, and posters.

2005 - 9th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 9th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2005. Subseries contains correspondence, participant forms, student biographies, homestay applications and evaluations, travel arrangements and itineraries, concert and recital programs, student and faculty lists, news articles, budget and expense information, promotional materials, invitations, recording logs, and a grant application.

1998 Nagano Paralympic Games

Subseries documents the planning and promotion of the 1998 winter Paralympic Games in Nagano, Japan. Subseries contains brochures, correspondence, reports, congress proceedings, newspapers, newsletters, guidebooks, schedules, and maps.

Publications

Subseries consists of publications and plays used by Leona Paterson.

Associations

Subseries consists newspaper clippings, minutes, programs and scripts for various associations that Leona Paterson was a member, including the Canadian Speech Association.

1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games

Subseries documents the relationship between the IPC and the Atlanta Paralympics Organizing Committee (APOC), and the planning, organizing, and implementation of the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta, United States. Subseries contains reports, minutes, correspondence, licensing agreements, newsletters, news releases, news articles, television newscast programs, schedules, competition rankings and results, photographs, and procedures, rules, and guidelines.

Readers Theatre

Subseries consists of programs, scripts, newsletters, newspaper clippings and correspondence related to various events and performances at Mount Royal College's Readers Theatre.

Speech theory exams

Subseries consists of speech exams from Mount Royal College and other institutions.

2004 - 8th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 8th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2004. Subseries contains participant forms, homestay applications and evaluations, correspondence, travel plans and flight itineraries, student biographies, lists of students and faculty, recital and concert programs, schedules, event calendars, brochures, advertisements, and recording logs.

1992 Paralympic Games - Barcelona, Tignes-Albertville, and Madrid

Subseries documents athletes participating in Paralympic Games held in Barcelona and Madrid, Spain, and Tignes-Albertville, France. Subseries also documents the International Paralympics Committee's involvement as an oversight body for international paralympic sport. Subseries contains minutes, correspondence, handbooks, reports, press releases, news and magazine articles, competition rankings and results, photographs, arbitration briefs and agreements, and brochures.

2003 - 7th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 7th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2003. Subseries contains participant forms, homestay applications and evaluations, correspondence, travel plans and flight itineraries, student biographies, lists of students and faculty, recital and concert programs, schedules, event calendars, brochures, advertisements, and recording logs.

VHS

Subseries consists of videos of interviews with Leona Paterson and a luncheon in her honour.

History

Subseries documents the early history of the Diploma Nursing Program. Subseries contains books written about the program, as well as correspondence, newspaper clippings, and questionnaires.

1988 Paralympic Games - Seoul and Innsbruck

Subseries documents the participation of Canadian teams at the winter and summer Paralympics in Seoul, Korea and Innsbruck, Austria. Subseries also documents the International Paralympic Committee's role in planning and organizing the Paralympic games. Subseries contains competition results, directories, correspondence, minutes, reports, journal articles, handbooks, budgets, athlete profiles, and rules and regulations.

Alberta Vocational Centre

Subseries consists of course materials for the Nursing Assistant Program offered at the Alberta Vocational Centre (AVC). The MRC Allied Health Department evaluated AVC's Nursing Assistant Program to determine the feasibility of granting graduates transfer credits or a credit exemption route into the Diploma Nursing Program.

Objects

Subseries consists of objects related to Leona Paterson's career including academic hood and awards.

Audio cassettes

Subseries consists of audio recordings of correspondence, public speaking lectures, lectures, readings, Knox Church services and student recitals.

2002 - 6th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 6th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2002. Subseries contains participant forms, homestay applications and evaluations, correspondence, travel plans and flight itineraries, student biographies, lists of students and faculty, recital and concert programs, schedules, contracts and agreements, invitations, event schedules, and brochures.

Students information

Subseries consists of programs and newspaper clippings about Paterson's students, and correspondence between students and Leona Paterson.

1980 Olympics for the Physically Disabled

Subseries documents the attendance of the Canadian team at the 1980 Olympics of the Physically Disabled in Arnhem, Netherlands. Subseries contains correspondence, competition results, bulletins, newsletters, minutes, entry forms, schedules, manuals, reports, videos, slides, lists of staff and athletes, and memorabilia.

The 1980 Olympics for the Physically Disabled was the 6th Paralympic Games.

Reports

Subseries mainly consists of reports about the Diploma Nursing Program and nursing certificate programs. Subseries contains annual reports, program assessments, study reports, project proposals, departmental objectives, and correspondence.

Knox United Church

Subseries consists of service programs, newsletters, newspaper clippings, scripts, correspondence and material for Sunday School and Youth programs.

2001 - 5th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 5th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2001. Subseries contains correspondence, evaluation forms, event programs, brochures, lists of students and faculty, schedules and timetables, posters, media promotion, minutes, fiscal reports and budget plans.

Program and curriculum development

Subseries documents the planning and development of the Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program and subsequent curriculum development and changes. Subseries contains memoranda, correspondence, minutes, planning models, agreements, proposals, reports, calendar descriptions, course and program submission forms, budget calculations, financial statements and summaries, procedures, and policies.

Junior

Subseries documents men's junior level (open to amateur players twenty years old and under) ice hockey leagues and teams in Alberta and the rest of western Canada. Subseries contains records relating to various leagues, teams, and the Memorial Cup playoffs. Subseries contains programs, photographs, yearbooks, guides, and promotional patches.

Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Alberta Junior Hockey League, Canadian Major Junior Hockey League, Edmonton City Junior Hockey League, Manitoba Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Southern Alberta Junior A Hockey League, Western Canada Hockey League.

Banff School of Fine Arts

Subseries consists of syllabi, notes, programs and plays from Leona Paterson's time teaching at the Banff School of Fine Arts.

Reel-to-reel tapes

Subseries consists of recordings of Leona Paterson performances and interviews, students performing, lectures and sound effects for plays.

Junior/varsity

Subsubseries contains records relating to Junior, Collegiate, and High School football leagues and their membership teams. The majority of these leagues are Canadian. Subseries also contains records relating to special events and league playoffs such as Canadian Junior Football Final, Vanier Cup Final, Hula Bowl, and Rose Bowl. Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Calgary High School Football League, Canadian Inter-collegiate Rugby Football Union, Western Inter-collegiate Rugby Football Union, Saskatchewan Junior Football League, Alberta Junior Football League, Manitoba-Saskatchewan Junior Football League, Prairie Junior Football Conference, Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletic Union, Canada East Universities Athletic Association, Canada West Universities Athletic Association, Canadian Inter-collegiate Athletic Union, and National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Travel Diaries

Subseries consists of Leona and Harold Pateron's travel diaries, as well as photographs of their travels and other textual records including letters and brochures.

2000 - 4th annual MMB summer program

Subseries documents the planning and staging of the 4th annual Morningside Music Bridge taking place in the summer of 2000 and a welcoming gala. Subseries contains, recital programs, student lists, recording logs, advertising contracts, event schedules, and a final report.

Festivals - Attended

Subseries consists of programs and syllabi from various festivals Leona Paterson attended.

Video reels

Subseries contains video of disabled athletes and sporting events for disabled athletes.

Senior

Subsubseries contains records relating to Senior Canadian football leagues and their membership teams. Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Ontario Rugby Football Union, Inter-provincial Rugby Football Union, Alberta Rugby Union, Manitoba Rugby Football Union, Western Inter-provincial Football Union, Eastern Canada Armed Services Football, and Western Canada Armed Services Football.

Minutes

Subseries documents Department of Nursing and Allied Health full faculty meetings and Consortium of Senior Nurse Educators meetings. Nursing and Allied Health faculty meetings cover an array of topics focused around: committee reports to faculty, Calgary Conjoint Nursing Program planning, curriculum and teaching issues and development, faculty scholarship and professional development, and department and college administrative business.
Subseries consists of agendas, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, policies and procedures, surveys and questionnaires, membership lists, department objectives, and planning documents. Subseries also contains program reports from the diploma nursing; post-basic mental health; and gerontology certificate programs, as well as committee reports/updates from the Curriculum Committee; Personnel and Professional Development Committee; Policy, Positions and Promotions Committee; Computer Committee; Admissions Committee; Grad Committee; Workload Committee; and Social Committee.

CD

Subseries consists of CD's with transferred reel-to-reel tapes of lectures, sound effects and readings, as well as recordings of Leona and Harold Paterson's funeral services and DVD recordings of events honouring Leona Paterson.

Young Shakespeare company

Series documents Paterson's founding and directing of The Young Shakespeare Company. Series contains programs, photographs, scripts, recordings, cast lists, correspondence, newspaper clippings, certificates, event calendars, adjudication forms, and lists of students.

1976 Olympiad for the Physically Disabled

Subseries documents the participation of Canadian athletes in the 1976 Olympiad for the Physically Disabled held in Toronto, Canada. Subseries contains press releases, bulletins, newsletters, newspapers, logo designs, competitions results, reports, correspondence and lists of athletes, events, and organizers.

The 1976 Olympiad for the Physically Disabled was the 5th Paralympic Games and the first Paralympic Games held in the North America.

Senior

Subseries documents men's senior level ice hockey leagues and teams in Canada, with a particular focus on Alberta and western Canada. Subseries contains records relating to leagues, teams, and special events and tournaments such as the Allan Cup and Alexander Trophy finals. Subseries contains programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, schedules, yearbooks, guides, and other promotional material.
Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Alberta British Columbia Hockey League, Alberta Montana Hockey League, Alberta Senior Hockey Exhibition, Alberta Senior Six Hockey League, Alberta Services Hockey League, Big Six Hockey League, Camp Borden Hockey League, Cape Breton Senior Hockey League, Central Alberta Intermediate Hockey League, Edmonton District Senior Hockey Association, Halifax Senior Hockey League, Manitoba Services Hockey League, Maritime Amateur Hockey League, Maritimes Major Hockey League, Montreal Senior Group Hockey League, Northern Alberta Inter-Service Hockey League, Northern Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey League, Okanagan Senior Amateur Hockey League, Ontario City Senior Hockey League, Pacific Coast Hockey League, Prairie Hockey League, Quebec Senior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League, Southern Alberta Senior Hockey League, Southern Alberta's Inter-Station Hockey League, Vancouver Island Hockey League, West Kootenay Hockey League, Western Canada Senior Hockey League, and Western International Hockey League.

Senior/amateur

Subseries contains records relating to Senior/amateur baseball leagues and their membership teams.The majority of the teams are from Alberta or Saskatchewan. Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Western Canada Baseball League, Southern Alberta Baseball League, Canadian American Baseball League, and Alberta Major Baseball League.

Universities Coordinating Council

Subseries documents the interactions of Mount Royal's nursing faculty with the Nursing Education Survey Team (NEST), a body of the Universities Coordinating Council Committee on Nursing Education (UCCCNE). The Universities Coordinating Council (UCC) was created in 1966 under the Universities Act to serve as an advisory body to the Minister of Education on matters of new program approvals. NEST was first formed in 1961 by the Minister of Health for the purpose of bringing recommendations related to the training of nurses and the development of new programs to increase the supply of nurses and maintain a high level of nursing standards in the province. The authority to make regulations regarding nursing education became the purview of the UCC through the Registered Nurses Act. Subseries contains correspondence, memoranda, self-evaluations, appraisal reports, annual reports, survey results, program and course information, and NEST recommendations.

Rhyme Rustler

Subseries documents the performances of Rhyme Rustler: The Ballad of Robert Service which was written and performed by Paterson and Jim Dobbin. Subseries contains newspaper clippings, posters, advertisements, programs, photographs, cards, correspondence, video recordings, brochures, newsletters, directories, and delegate lists.

Department yearbooks

Subseries contains yearbooks produced by individual Mount Royal College departments and programs. Yearbooks contains photos of students and faculty, advertisements, and text.

Poems and Writings

Subseries consists of poems and writings by Harold Patterson given to friends and family, colleagues and other events.

International Stoke Mandeville Games

Subseries documents the attendance of Canadian athletes at the International Stoke Mandeville Games. Subseries contains reports, videos, handbooks, schedules, entry forms, itineraries, correspondence, results, lists of athletes, programs, and a published book.

The first Stoke Mandeville Games involved a wheelchair athletic competition organized in 1948 during the London Olympic Games. The International Stoke Mandeville Games became the first Paralympic Games when the competition was held alongside the Olympics in Rome in 1960.

Mount Royal College

Subseries consists of correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, academic calendars and yearbooks relating to Leona Paterson's teaching career at Mount Royal College.

Photographs

Subseries consists of photographs of Leona Paterson, her colleagues and friends, from events and associations and with students she taught. Also includes photographs taken by Leonard Leacock.

Professional

Subseries documents men's professional level ice hockey leagues and teams in Canada and the United States. Subseries documents league and exhibition games, playoff games, and hockey tournaments and special events such as the Canada Cup, Stanley Cup, and Soviet Super Series. Subseries contains programs, photographs, tickets, cards, schedules, guides, magazines, stickers, and other promotional materials.

Subsereis consists of three subsubseries: SSS1-National Hockey League, SSS2-World Hockey Association, and SSS3-Western Canada Hockey League. In addition, it contains records relating to the following other leagues: American Hockey Association, American Hockey League, Canadian Professional Hockey League, Canadian-American Hockey League, Eastern Professional Hockey League, International American Hockey League, International Hockey League, National Hockey Association, North West Hockey League, Pacific Coast Hockey Association, Pacific Coast Hockey League, Prairie Hockey League, Quebec Hockey League, and the United States Hockey League.

Wheelchair sports and associations

Subseries documents records received and produced by Steadward in the course of his involvement with wheelchair sports organizations, and associations that represent wheelchair athletes, such as the International Stoke Mandeville Wheelchair Sports Federation, International Wheelchair Basketball Federation, International Wheelchair Tennis Federation, National Wheelchair Basketball Association, Alberta National Wheelchair Basketball Association, International Paralympic Committee, International Sports Federation of the Disabled, and the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association. Subseries documents the administration of wheelchair sports associations, coaching and athlete symposia, the planning and execution of sporting competitions and events, inter-organization relationships, and wheelchair sport histories.

Subseries contains correspondence, reports, minutes, policies, bylaws, newsletters, schedules, membership lists, team lists, athlete standings/rankings, rules, and videos.

Festivals - Adjudicated

Subseries consists of programs and syllabi from various festivals in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario that Leona Paterson adjudicated.

Professional

Subsubseries contains records relating to North American professional football leagues and their membership teams. The majority of these leagues are Canadian. Subseries also contains records relating to special events such as exhibition games, league playoffs, Super Bowl, Pro Bowl, and Grey Cup finals. Subseries contains records from the following leagues: Ontario Rugby Football Union, Inter-provincial Rugby Football Union, Western Inter-provincial Football Union, Canadian Football League, American Football League, National Football League, United States Football League, World Football League, and World League of American Football.

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