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Works authored by McWhinney

This series consists of 3 sub-series: Works authored by McWhinney (1956-2013); Works about McWhinney (1963-2012); Works edited or reviewed by McWhinney (1974-2015)

Textual records

This sub-series is comprised of material relating to Ajaib’s high school years – school papers and notes, yearbooks, and course books.

Textual records

This sub-series is currently contains one of Ajaib’s East India Carpets business cards.


This sub-series is comprised of two photographs relating to the Canadian Football League.


This sub-series is comprised of two images of Ajaib in his later years, presumably conducting business buying carpets.

Textual records

This sub-series contains letters to and about both Ajaib and Nirmal, as well as other individuals (presumably extended family members). Also included are some memorabilia items and ephemera that illustrate how Ajaib and Nirmal enjoyed their free time (concerts, theatre shows, trips, etc.).


This sub-series is primarily comprised of family photographs contained in a photo album, along with some loose images from later years.

Textual records

This sub-series is comprised of material relating to Ajaib’s wartime service, including technical manuals, a log book, and ephemera.


This sub-series is comprised of Ajaib’s photographs taken during his military career. Included are numerous shots of various airplanes and the base at Fort Caron, Saskatchewan, where he was stationed.


This sub-series is comprised of photographs of Ajaib’s life and family in his formative years.

Admissions publications

Sub-series consists of records relating to the admission of students to SFU. Records include admission brochures and documents describing admission requirements.

Interviews for Peter Poole's master's thesis

Poole conducted a large group of interviews in the Lower Mainland. His subjects included labour representatives from Operation Solidarity (the trade union component of the movement), representatives from the Solidarity Coalition (the community component) and Leo McGrady, who headed the law firm that defended the unions before the Labour Relations Board and the courts.

Interviews of Terrace/Kitimat trade unionists

Peter Poole lived in Terrace for a number of years in the late seventies and early eighties and was especially active in the Terrace/Kitimat Labour Council). His interview subects comprised a cross-section of people from different unions and different occupations: for example, a teacher (BCTF), academic faculty from Northwest College (CUPE), a federal fisheries officer (PSAC), a library clerk (BCGEU), pulp mill workers and aluminum smelter workers (CAIMAW and CASAW), and a labourer (Rock & Tunnel Union). Records include one file listing the interviewees and the sound recordings of the interviews.

Interviews for a previous solidarity movement essay

During 1984, while Poole was a student at SFU, he wrote an essay on the solidarity movement, Progressive Activism and the Solidarity Movement: Towards a Radical Perspective. Interviewees were chosen from a number of left-wing activists who had been directly involved with the solidarity struggle or who had followed it closely. Sub-series includes 1 file listing interviewees and the sound recordings of the interviews.

Sound and moving images collection

Sub-series consists of sound and moving image material created by or relating to the Faculty of Education; includes Brent Reid's "SFU's Professional Development Program" (1981; U-matic and VHS) and a discussion with John Ellis, Selma Wasserman, and Glenn Kirchner from 1998.

Bee Masters Program

Sub-series comprises material relating to the Bee Masters program. Bee Masters is an intensive course in advanced beekeeping sponsored by the British Columbia ministry responsible for agriculture. The first course was held in 1955. Since around 1986, it has been held at Simon Fraser University and offered jointly by the BC government and SFU's Department of Biological Sciences. Early courses were lengthier to include a field trip to a beekeeping location, while later courses dropped the field trip component and thus shortened to five days in length. Documents include the first written examinations from 1955 and 1958, course outlines, lectures, articles, participant and speakers lists, evaluations, forms, correspondence, pamphlets, and other course material.

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