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Administrative records

Series comprises records related to the administration and organization of the Media and Public Relations Office and its predecessor, the University News Service. Topics documented include goals and objectives; meetings within the University relating to the delivery of the department's services; reorganization of the department; and a Gallup Poll to ascertain SFU's public image and develop an appropriate public relations program. Records include correspondence, reports, minutes, working papers, proposals, and other documents.

Department history and structure files

Series consists of records relating to the evolution of the department, in particular the establishment of the Women's Studies Program at SFU and the introduction of a Master of Arts degree in Women's Studies. Records include correspondence, reports, and proposals.

Conferences, seminars and retreats files

Series consists of records documenting various conferences, seminars, and retreats organized by the department, and in particular those sponsored by the Ruth Wynn Woodward Endowed Chair. See sub-series descriptions for activities documented and record types included.


Series consists of brochures, handbooks, catalogues, pamphlets and reports produced by the ACP or drawn from the ACP's collection. Included are IPA/ACP information brochures, handbooks and directories, Literary Press Group catalogues, reports taken from the Education Committee's collection of publications and a pamphlet celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the House of Anansi.

Ida Halpern records

The bulk of Ida Halpern's professional papers are in the Provincial Archives of British Columbia. This series includes inventories of her papers at that repository as well as records relating to a few professional and community activities.

The correspondence is mainly personal, from friends or relatives, or related to Ida Halpern's volunteer efforts to promote music appreciation in Vancouver through various community groups. These groups included the Vancouver Women's Musical Club, Friends of Chamber Music, Festival Concert Society, and the Metropolitan Opera National Council (for regional auditions). Some related material, such as programs and brochures, is also included. There is some correspondence regarding her work for UBC Extension, The Province newspaper, CBC Radio, and Folkways records. One file, entitled by Ida Halpern, "Fan Mail," contains letters received about her articles, courses, or broadcasts.

Series contains birth certificate, school certificates, deed, copyrights, will, income tax returns, university records, diploma, curriculum vita, chapter of biography, film proposal, death certificate, obituaries and other news clippings. Also includes brochures, course outlines, notes, and exams relating to some of Ida Halpern's courses for U.B.C. Extension, notes for reviews, speeches, classes and articles as well as reprints of What is Modern Music, and Indian Music of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

George and Ida Halpern records

Series consists of incoming correspondence, and legal documents containing mortgage and purchase agreement regarding piece of property in Vancouver. Also includes philanthropic letters consisting of correspondence, drafts and copies of legal documents and other records pertaining to the Halperns' donations to the British Columbia Archives and Records Service, the University of Victoria, and SFU.

Subject files

Series consists of records relating to a number of issues, activities, and areas of interest to the Student Society. Includes correspondence, reports, publications, and ephemera on a wide range of topics such as Amnesty International, Drugs, Library Services and Parking. For a list of names that appear in file titles, see Access Points.


Series consists of publications produced by the Student Society and its affiliated groups. Includes student almanacs and handbooks, Society bulletins and newsletters, newspapers affiliated with the Society, journals, directories, guides, event flyers, notices, and posters.

Financial records

Series consists of records relating to the finances of the Port Coquitlam Area Women's Centre. Records reflect treasurer's reports, grant applications, and funding arrangements with the Provincial government and the United Way. Includes reports, budgets, monthly income statements, and correspondence.

British Columbia Federation of Women

Series consists of records of the British Columbia Federation of Women. The BCFW was an umbrella organization for women's groups in BC; its objective was to bring about women's liberation through fundamental social change. Includes project proposals, constitution, newsletters, minutes, regional reports, subcommittee reports, and correspondence. Also includes records relating to the Child-Care Interest Group and International Woman's Day.

Solidarity Coalition

Series consists of records relating to the Solidarity Coalition. The Solidarity Coalition was formed in 1983 by concerned British Columbians who opposed the restraint policies of the Social Credit government. Includes lists of steering committee members, correspondence, agenda, minutes, reports, briefs, memoranda, resolutions, proposals, presentations, papers and posters.

Administration and organization records

Series consists of records related to the general administration and organization of the Department of Athletics and Recreation and its predecessors. Activities and topics documented include the development of departmental goals, objectives, policies, and philosophies; and the establishment of office and staff regulations and procedures. Predominant document types include correspondence, policy and procedure statements and handbooks (and other similar reference material), organizational charts, and minutes of departmental staff meetings.


Series consists primarily of correspondence created or received by the Director of the Canadian Studies Program but includes some reports and other types of documents. Includes one file of correspondence about the Canadian Studies Program that had been originally received by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Subject files

Series consists of records relating to topics of interest to the Centre for Canadian Studies. Records include correspondence, reports, and other documents.

Student relations

Series consists of records relating to students of the Centre for Canadian studies. Activities, events and topics documented include student representation on the Canadian Studies Steering Committee. Records include correspondence.

Diaries, journals and scrapbooks

Series consists of diaries, journals, notepads, and appointment books that reflect McTaggart-Cowan's daily activities. Also includes one diary written by Margaret McTaggart-Cowan, and scrapbooks complied by her.

Speeches and lectures

Series consists of speeches given by McTaggart-Cowan on a number of topics, including meteorology, education, and science policy. Includes both finished speeches, rough notes, and background material. Also includes notes on lectures in meteorology given at SFU.


Series consists of publications written or collected by McTaggart-Cowan. Includes articles by McTaggart-Cowan, newspaper clippings, and publications and reports about the oil spill at Chedabucto Bay.

Administration and organization

Series consists of records arising from the establishment, organization, adminstration and dissolution of the East Enders Society. Series includes constitution, minutes, correspondence, notes, and other documents.

Ephemera (personal)

Series consists of ephemera relating to a variety of personal and official activities. Included are identification cards, a wallet, a ration coupon book, a Bible, greeting cards, publications, pamphlets, a name plate, programs, invitations, menus, place mats, posters, an agreement, a transparency and letter head.

Post-War Rehabilitation Council

Series consists of records compiled by W.A.C. Bennett as a member of the Post-War Rehabilitation Council, a provincial planning body set up to make recommendations on anticipated post-war developmental problems. Included are correspondence, minutes, itineraries, resolutions, summaries, briefs; reports of the Council, and ephemera.

1956 Official files

Series consists of the official files of the Premier's Office opened, or continued, in 1956. The records reflect correspondence with Members elected in 1956 (years are cumulated), B.C. Electric, B.C. Power Commission, Federal Departments, Finance, P.G.E. Railway and Power Development. Included are correspondence, documents, reports, minutes, statistics and speeches.

1958 Official files

Series consists of the official files of the Premier's Office opened, or continued, in 1958. Included are correspondence, minutes, a list and budgets.

1966 Official files

Series consists of the official files of the Premier's Office opened, or continued, in 1966. The records reflect topics such as B.C. Hydro, Bank of B.C., Finance, Speaker and Clerk, Mines, Oil Pipeline and P.G.E. Railway. Included are correspondence with Members elected in 1966 (years are cumulated), other correspondence, financial statistics, reports, statements and speeches.

1969 Official files

Series consists of the official files of the Premier's Office opened, or continued, in 1969. The records reflect topics such as B.C. Hydro, Education, Federal Departments, Federal-Provincial Conferences, Finance, Industrial Development, B.C. Medical Plan and Premiers' Conference. Included are correspondence with Members elected in 1969, other correspondence, reports, press releases, financial statistics and financial statements.

Miscellaneous telegrams

Series consists of miscellaneous telegrams. Included are congratulatory messages which emanated from federal leaders, royalty, family and many others, and telegrams concerning strikes, potential libel charges and departmental decision-making.

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