The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence and reports. Includes agendas; submissions from departments and committees regarding courses; and recommendations concerning campus issues. Correspondence is primarily between Hickman and Cruickshank.
The fonds consists of minutes, 1945-1963; and correspondence and reports, 1942-1963. The records document the Council's responsibility for managing the administration and finances of Victoria College. Correspondents include T.L. Christie, Secretary-Treasurer of Greater Victoria School Board; W. Harry Hickman, Principal of Victoria College; Robert T. Wallace, Vice-Principal of Victoria College; Ray Williston, B.C. Minister of Education; and F.T. Fairey, B.C. Deputy Minister and Superintendent of Education.
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 administrative files, elections, Faculties files, President's Advisory Council files, Ceremonies and Special Events Committee files, Senior administrative search files, Foundation for University of Victoria files, Land titles and agreements, Legal opinions, and unclaimed diplomas. Records of the Board of Governors, Senate, Senate Committees, and University Review Committee are described separately.
The fonds consists of records relating to the preparation of the "Dictionary of Canadian English", the Survey of Canadian English, and the revised "Canadian Dictionary" (CD2). Sub-series include unpublished academic papers, budgets, correspondence, applications, protocols and manuals, seminar material, personnel records, survey, CD2 lexical lists and proofs, log books, newsletters and other publicity material, reports and correspondence regarding English phrasal verbs, specialized vocabularies and word lists.