Item is a taped interview with Ross Collett, son of Jack Collett, regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Collett was a Mount Royal student and went on to become the general manager of Canadian Petroleum Insurance Exchange.
Item is a taped interview with Lexi and Bob Church regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Bob Church was a former Mount Royal student who went on to become a geneticist and Dean of Medicine at the University of Calgary.
Item is a taped interview with Marc Chikinda regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Charlton was a Mount Royal student from 1975-1976 and went on to work as a Broadcasting staff member starting in 1981.
Item is a taped interview with Jean Bentley regarding the history of Mount Royal College and her father's role on the Board of Directors. Bentley was a student in the Commercial Department in the 1950s.
Item is a taped interview with Gary Beagle regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Beagle was a business student in the mid-60s and later taught evening business classes from 1969-1972. Beagle went on to become the treasurer of Canadian Occidental Petroleum.
Item is a taped interview with Jack Barlass regarding his time attending Mount Royal College as a first year student in the University of Alberta pre-med transfer program. Barlass was a former air force veteran of World War II who went on to become a doctor specializing in neurosurgery.
Item is a taped interview with John Balcers regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Balcers was a former Mount Royal faculty member since 1965 in the Centre of Communication Studies and a lecturer in Journalism.
Item is a taped interview with John Sabastian Bach, a former faculty member and Director of the Conservatory, and his wife who was a cafeteria staff member, regarding the history of Mount Royal College.
Item is a taped interview with Doris Anderson regarding her recollections of her time as a MRC student in 1936-37 and of her friend and former Mount Royal College Librarian and faculty member, John Brown. The tape also includes a brief interview with John Anderson's daughter, Linda Oats.
Item is a taped interview with retired family court judge, Herbert Allard, regarding his recollections of Mount Royal College. Allard was a student in 1946, and returned to the college as a guest lecturer and supporter of the Social Work Program.
Series contains audio recordings of interviews conducted by Stephen Wilks and Robert MacDonald with former Mount Royal College students, faculty, staff, and administration as research for the Mount Royal History Project.
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 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 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 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 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 notes, a draft research and interview guide, the consultation model for the Mount Royal history project, a proposed project budget, a list of significant dates in Mount Royal's history, newspaper articles, a list of Student Association revenue streams, a Mount Royal newsletter, a program for Mount Royal's 70th anniversary celebrations, photocopied pages from Mount Royal yearbooks, information on Mount Royal's architectural design, and a photocopy of the Act to Incorporate Mount Royal College.