Fonds consists of files documenting the silviculture issues considered by PASIS, and are arranged under the following series: Biodiversity and Forest Management, BC Reforestation Methods, Clearcutting, Forest Resource Development, Government Implementation of its Laws and Policies, Pesticide/Herbicide Concern, Public Awareness, and Correspondence and Reports.
Public Access Silviculture Information System Committee
The fonds consists of records documenting Friedmann's interests and activities both on and off the University of Victoria campus. Fonds includes reports, correspondence, minutes of meetings and course outlines for new courses offered in physics (including the co-op program), nursing, and social work, records of Senate and faculty committees, material relating to the resignations of University of Victoria Presidents Bruce Partridge and Malcolm Taylor and the appointment as President of Howard Petch, material relating to the University of Victoria Open Houses, and records (including constitutions, minutes financial records) relating to the Cadboro Bay Ratepayers Association and Community Plan, the Canadian Parents for French, the Vancouver Island Opera Society and the Victoria Symphony Society.
Fonds consists of music course outlines and examination papers (1950-1967), musical scores (1953-1956); programs, slides, and audio tapes of concerts at Victoria Normal School, Victoria College and the University of Victoria; and, historical outline of post-secondary music programs in Victoria, with photographs, text and original scores by Gaddes.
Fonds consists primarily of correspondence between E. J. Hughes and Max Stern. The first accession consists of original letters from Hughes to Stern, as well as a folder of location photographs taken by Hughes and photocopies of his descriptions of his paintings. The second accession consists of photocopies of letters from Stern and his assistants to Hughes, or to others regarding Hughes’s work. The final accession consists of a single folder of photocopies of correspondence between Hughes and Dominion representatives.
The fonds consists of Girard's correspondence regarding departmental matters, research work and student transcripts (1964-1986); correspondence with colleagues and students (1964-1987); Department of History files including minutes, correspondence, reports; drafts of Girard's book, Volume XIII of the series "Canada in World Affairs".
The fonds consists of two notebooks of notes from Gordon's classes at Victoria College (B.C.) on constitutional law and English literature, 1911-1912; diploma and citation for Honourary Doctor of Laws degree awarded to Gordon from the University of Victoria; and scrapbook with oil pastels of outdoor scenes drawn by Gordon.
Fonds consists of the following series: Constitution, 1950-1981; Correspondence, 1959-1974; Financial ledgers, 1926-1960; Meeting files with minutes and reports, 1950-1983; Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and annual reports, 1935-1939; 1980-1989. The meeting files include financial statements.
Fonds consists of photocopied files relating to Haig-Brown's environmental concerns and sports fishing, 1967-1974; and his role as Chancellor of UVic, 1971-1972, which include references to the War Measures Act, CAUT censures, controversial firings by President Partridge and his subsequent resignation, academic assemblies, and convocations.
Fonds consists of the following series: academic diplomas, 1907-1914; personal correspondence from Hamilton to her family during a trip to Europe, 1921-1922; and photographs of her European travels; other photographs documenting Hamilton's time at Victoria College, 1909-1950.