The fonds consists of 16 audiocassettes and transcripts of interviews with the following members of the Faculty Women Caucus: Marilyn Callahan, Radhika Desai, Jean Dey, Monika Langer, Hester Lessard, Margie Mayfield, Norma Mickelson, Phoebe Noble, Clare Porac, Alison Preece, Christine St. Peter, Judith Terry, Paddy Tsurumi, Jennifer Waelti-Walters, Barb Whittington, and Margo Young. Tapes and transcripts arranged in alphabetical order.
The fonds consists of committee minutes from the Committee of Admissions, Standings and Courses, 1958-1961; Faculty of Education Staff meeting minutes and reports, 1960-1961; Admissions, 1958-1962; and General Correspondence, 1958-1963.
The fonds consists of members files, and of the files of several chairs, and members of the Steering Committee: Margie Mayfield (member), 1985-90; Jennifer Waelti-Walters (member), 1988-94; Judith Terry (chair and member), 1988-96; Nancy Galambos (chair), 1990-92; Clare Porac (member), 1990-96; and Alison Preece (chair and member), 1992-95. The files include correspondence, minutes and reports of the steering committee; files relating to the Faculty Association Status of Women Committee, 1993-1994; the President's Advisory Committee on Employment Equity, 1989-93; and the Political Science dilemma, 1992-95.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings about the book burning controversy, and correspondence between Snowsell, the Mount View Parent Teacher Association, the Federal Minister of Justice, and George R. Pearkes.
The fonds consists of 12 exhibit panels, and research files relating to the development of the exhibit. Files are arranged in the following series: Exhibit, Natural History, Straits Salish Songhees, Hudson's Bay Company, Early Settlers, Gordon head Settlers, Gordon Head Military, Gordon Head Campus, Miscellaneous.
The fonds consists of legal advice on a variety of subjects and includes files on general correspondence, land tenure and zoning changes, academic freedom, and the Dean of Women. Also included are minutes of the University Development Board, 1961-65.
The fonds consists of photocopies of holograph and typed manuscript, some very general recollections of education, 1900-1960; and a typescript of an interview with Campbell on the Provincial Normal School.