Item is a business card and taped interview with Emmett Hogan regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Hogan was a Social Work instructor and Chair of the Criminology Department from the 1970s-1990s.
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 a copy of a history of Mount Royal College research guide, a proposal for writing, publishing, and distributing two history books and papers on Mount Royal's history, and a copy of the Canada Millennium Partnership Program application guide. File also contains information on millennium projects, project funding, and the Millennium Partnership Program printed from Statistics Canada and the Government of Canada websites.
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.
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.
Item is a taped interview with Gerald Knowlton regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Knowlton was a student from 1949-1950 and President of the Student Council. He also worked as a Field Representative for the Mount Royal from 1951-1955.
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 business card and joint interview with Elaine Danelasko and Valerie Parrish regarding the history of Mount Royal College. Danelasko was a faculty member in the Health Sciences Department since 1988.
Item is a business card and taped interview with Neil Webber, a former faculty member from 1966-1975, regarding the history of Mount Royal. Webber went on to form his own college, The Webber Academy and serve as a provincial MLA for 14 years.
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 the first of two taped interviews with Douglas Turner regarding the history of Mount Royal. Turner was a former student from 1955-1956 and a faculty member for 35 years who taught Biology and Physical Education.
Item is the second of two taped interviews with Douglas Turner regarding the history of Mount Royal. Turner was a former student from 1955-1956 and a faculty member for 35 years who taught Biology and Physical Education.
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 business card and taped interview with Don Stauffer regarding the history of Mount Royal. Stauffer worked as the Dean and Assistant Dean of Community Health Studies and the Dean of Physical Education.
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".