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Young Iona Hardy with mother and brother

Photograph depicts Rosamond Murchison-Hardy outside with her arms around her two children, all dressed in white. Trees in background.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Rosamond Murchison-Hardy’s 2 children: Iona Age 4 years 10 mos. ; Harold Age 3 yrs. 1 mos. ; August, 1937”.

Photographs

Series consists of over 797 images related to Ms. Campagnolo’s personal and professional life. Images include personal photographs related to Ms. Campagnolo’s early years in Prince Rupert including her career in broadcasting and theatrical production as well as her political career and tenure as Lieutenant Governor. The bulk of the photographs relate to Ms. Campagnolo’s political career in federal politics including: 40+ images of Ms. Campagnolo’s First Political Campaign, as a Liberal Party Candidate for the Federal Riding of Skeena in 1974 including images of trips in June 1974 by then Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and Margaret Trudeau, as well as a visit by then M.P. Jean Chretien [later Prime Minister] to Northern BC to campaign for Campagnolo. As well it includes 40+ images of Ms. Campagnolo’s tours and events as Member of Parliament for the Skeena riding from 1974 – 1976; 60 + images of Campagnolo on Tours and Events as Minister of State, Fitness and Amateur Sport, 1976 – 1977 including images with Canadian politicians including former and future Prime Ministers: Pierre Trudeau, John Diefenbaker, Jean Chretien and John Turner; Canadian politicians Jean Sauve and Thérèse Casgrain, and Governor Generals Adrienne Clarkson and Michaëlle Jean; members of the British Royal Family including Queen Elizabeth II, international politicians and dignitaries including Pope Paul X, Donald Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury, First Lady Rosalyn Carter, anthropologist Margaret Mead, Canadian media personalities including musician Leona Boyd. It includes 60+ images of Campagnolo’s international Ministry of Sport Tours including those of Cuba, 1977 – 1978 and the European Sports Tour with Team Canada (Hockey Canada), 1977 – 1978 as well 200+ images related to Campagnolo’s involvement in Ministry of Sport Events in Canada including images from the Commonwealth Games, Edmonton, held 3-12 August 1978 and the Canada Winter Games, Brandon, Manitoba, held 12-24 February 1979. The series also includes over 60 images of Campagnolo’s Post Political Office Activities (1979 – 1982) including activities in TV broadcasting and her involvement in the Canadian bid for the 1988 Olympic Games, her non-profit and volunteer activities including her involvement in a Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO) mission, in North-eastern Thailand in 1980. Other images include 20+ images related to Campagnolo’s tenure as the President of the Liberal Party of Canada, 1982 - 1986 including Liberal Party Conventions and functions and including the official portrait of Iona Campagnolo as Liberal Party President, taken by noted photographer Yousuf Karsh, in 1986. Additional images in the series include 50+ images of Campagnolo’s Professional and Public Service, from 1987 - 1999 including CUSO and WHO missions by Campagnolo, images of Campagnolo receiving an Honourary Doctor of Laws at Brock University; 40+ images of Campagnolo in activities relating to her position as Chancellor at the University of Northern British Columbia 1992 – 2004 including her Chancellor Tours of the regions that UNBC serves and official portraits. The remainder of the photographic series consists of 60+ images relating to activities, ceremonies and events attended by the Honourable Campagnolo as Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, 2001 - 2007 including her Honour’s work on the Terrace Gardens, at Government House and images of Governor Generals Michaëlle Jean and Adrienne Clarkson’s visits to Government House, Victoria, in March 2006.

The Honourable Iona Campagnolo fonds

  • 2009.6
  • Fundo
  • 1937 - 2007

This fonds illustrates the Honourable Iona Campagnolo’s careers as a broadcaster, a theatre producer, community leader, a politician, a feminist, a social activist, a speaker, a lecturer, a Chancellor, an advocate, a consultant and Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia. Types of records reflective of her various careers include: speeches, correspondence, itineraries, contracts, draft manuscripts, newspaper clippings, background material, photographs and ephemera. The Honourable Iona Campagnolo fonds has been divided into the following thirteen series:
1) Photographs
2) Theatre & Community Development
3) Political Career
4) Non-political Activities
5) McMaster International Health Centre
6) Women in Power Project
7) University of Northern British Columbia
8) Fraser Basin Council
9) Miscellaneous – First Nations Material
10) National Speakers Bureau
11) Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
12) Honours & Awards
13) Political Papers

Campagnolo, Iona

Theatre and Community Development

Series consists of correspondence, itineraries, newspaper clippings, reports, theatre and event programs, ephemera, contact lists, prop lists, scripts, rehearsal and performance schedules, set lists, minutes, agreements, cheques, receipts, and background material all pertaining to Iona Campagnolo's involvement with the planning of the Royal Visit to Prince Rupert in honour of British Columbia Centennial Celebrations, May 10, 1971; North Pacific Player theatre productions of Man of La Mancha (1971), Mary Stuart (1972), Tom Jones (1973), and Fiddler on the Roof (1974); planning and development of Prince Rupert’s first Folkfest '74; and initial planning for Prince Rupert Homecoming event, October 1973.

British Columbia Centennial Celebration: The Royal Visit to Prince Rupert, May 10, 1971

Includes:
• Handwritten “General Itinerary for Royal Visit to Prince Rupert, Monday May 10th 1971”
• “Royal Visit – Prince Rupert, Itinerary #3”
• Itinerary: “The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh Accompanied by The Princess Anne, Royal Tour of British Columbia, 3 May to 12 May 1971”
• Report to City Council re: Preliminary planning for the Centennial Royal Visit submitted by Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Co-ordinator
• Report of Royal Visit Co-ordinator, Mrs. Iona Campagnolo
• Preparation for Royal Visit rehearsal, March 26th and 27th (1971)
• “Royal Visit- Prince Rupert, May 10th, 1971, Itinerary #6”
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Will Hankinson re: planning Royal Visit (includes “Report of Will Hankinson re: questions asked of Royal Tour Visiting Legion”), 1971
• Annotated itinerary for May 10, 1971 Royal Visit, dated March 9, 1971
• Page 1 of letter outlining accreditation procedures for news organizations to apply to accompany the Royal Visit throughout British Columbia, 1971
• Hand rendered sketch re: set-up of Royal Visit
• Handwritten notes re: planning for the Royal Visit
• News clipping: “Royal family to visit Prince Rupert in May”, The Prince Rupert Daily News, 1971
• Copy of letter to Joe Antonelli, Past President, Prince Rupert Society from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: request to read letter, March 24, 1971 (includes attached letter to the Prince Rupert Society from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: announcement of Royal Visit)
• Copy of letter to Bill from Iona Campagnolo re: copy of preliminary planning for Royal Visit, February 19, 1971
• Copy of letter to Messrs. Tyrell, Gadsby and Simmons, Deputy Provincial Secretary’s Office, from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: request for city map, March 10, 1971
• Copy of letter to L.J. Wallace, Deputy Provincial Secretary from Prince Rupert Mayor P.J. Lester re: appointment of Iona Campagnolo as Royal Visit Co-ordinator, February 17, 1971
• Copy of letter to Doctor Large from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: initial planning report, February 16, 1971
• Copy of letter to Prince Rupert Chamber of Commerce from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: media plan, March 1, 1971
• Copy of letter to Mr. E.J. Semmens, Deputy Provincial Co-ordinator Royal Tour from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: special presentations, March 29, 1971
• Copy of letter to Prince Rupert Public Library Board from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: official opening by Princess Anne, March 29, 1971
• Copy of letter to Mr. M.N. McLeod, Mill Manager, Canadian Cellulose Co. Ltd., from
Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: thank you, March 29, 1971
• Handwritten copy of letter to Mr. Charles Dudaward from Iona Campagnolo, Royal Visit Coordinator re: painting, 1971
• Copy of letter to Hon. W.H. Murray, Speaker of the House, Prince Rupert Mayor P.J. Lester re: appointment of Iona Campagnolo as Royal Visit Co-ordinator, January 8, 1971
• Copy of letter to Prince Rupert Mayor P.J. Lester from Philip (?), H.M. Yacht Britannia at Sea re: command from the Queen to send a portrait for Prince Rupert as a memento of their visit, and general thank you, May 11, 1971
• Newspaper clippings:
o “Mayor Peter J. Lester” (The Prince Rupert Daily News, ca. May 1971?)
o Pages 1-6 of The Daily News, May 11, 1971 featuring the Royal Visit

Man of La Mancha Production, 1971

Includes:
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Nöel & Martin (?) Mulloy re: thank you, June 4, 1971
• Newspaper clippings:
o “Impossible dream?” by Iona Campagnolo, North Pacific Players, Theatre, B.C. newspaper, October 1971 (includes original newspaper copy)
o “First musical in 15 years scheduled by NPP in May” The Prince Rupert Daily News, 1971

Miscellaneous Early Correspondence

File consists of Campagnolo's correspondence. Newspaper clippings, programs, and ephemera relating to community development in early years. Includes:
• Commencement Programs for Prince Rupert Senior Secondary School, 1971 – Jan and Linda Campagnolo both listed as members of the 1971 Graduating Class; Iona Campagnolo also listed as providing Greetings from the Board of School Trustees (2 copies)
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Arthur H. Norman of Shillcraft Readicut Rugs re: purchase of a new rug, February 1, 1971
• Bumper sticker: “Have a happy day with TK”
• Envelope from 560 TK Radio with the initials “I.V.C.” written on the front
• Letterhead: TK Radio air copy, blank verso; recto has handwritten annotation: “Mimi, Me, Helga Medd”
• Poster: Kitwanga Summer Carnival (June 26-27) *SEPARATED SEE “OVERSIZE BOX #36”
• News clippings:
o “Youngsters ‘eggs-plode’ at CNR Park”, The Daily News (undated)
o “Chief We-Shakes in liaison with Indian Affairs” (unidentified, undated)
o “Media owners making generous pro…” The Globe and Mail, August (?) 1971
o “Prince Rupertites celebrate New Year’s in gala style” Prince Rupert Daily News, January 5, 1959

May Diver in Costume as Mary Stuart, with unidentified man

Photograph depicts May Diver dressed as Mary Stuart in white and gold costume dancing with a man wearing black and red costume.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.12 - 2009.6.1.17).

Memorabilia

Subseries consists of memorabilia gifted to or obtained by Campagnolo in the course of her work as MP of Skeena and Minister of Fitness and Amateur Sport. Some of these items were displayed in Campagnolo’s Ottawa office, as seen in photographs. Also includes some small items separated from Campagnolo’s government textual record files that accompanied correspondence. Examples of memorabilia include: paperweight, mug, platter, box, plaque, spoon, souvenir coins, button badges, statuettes, fossils, carvings, bookends, flags, and iron-on badges.

Mary Stuart Production, 1972

Includes:
• Newspaper cartoon: “It’s the Royal physician Ma’am, and would you slip your things off.”
• Theatre program: Mary Stuart, Booth Music Suite, April 27-30, 1972, Curtain, 8:00pm
• Newspaper clippings:
o “Mary Stuart praised” The Daily News, April 28 (?) 1972
o “Memorable return of queen” The Daily News, April 1972
• Letter to [Prince Rupert] Recreation Commission from Iona Campagnolo re: half the profits generated by the production of Mary Stuart; includes receipt issued to Iona Campagnolo for $238.88
• Rehearsal and performance schedule for Mary Stuart, final week
• Props list for Maryann
• Set list for Peter & Paul
• Report issued by C. van Deursen, Maintenance Supervisor re: Booth Memorial Jr. Secondary School Music Suite Used as a Theatre, May 2, 1972
• Outline of production costs for Mary Stuart
• Rehearsal schedule, Week 1 to Week 6
• Iona Campagnolo’s (Director’s) copy of Mary Stuart includes annotations re: productions ideas, costumes, blocking, script adaptations
• Contact list for members of cast and crew
• Copy of letter to Prince Rupert Recreation Commission from Iona Campagnolo re: request use of Booth School Band Room for production of “Mary Stuart”, April 4, 1972
• Speech by Iona Campagnolo given at open casting call
• Blank contact list
• Copy of letter to Dick St. Louis, Recreation Supervisor, Prince Rupert Civic Centre from Iona Campagnolo re: request for additional services, March 22, 1972
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Dick St. Louis, Recreation Supervisor, Prince Rupert Civic Centre re: list of available dates, March 3, 1972
• Open letter from C. van Deursen, Maintenance Supervisor re: stage activities with which he is involved as a private citizen, February 16, 1972

Correspondence and Ephemera, 1972

Includes:
• Flower bouquet insert card: “Congratulations on your Award, TK Staff”
• 1972 Commencement program for the Prince Rupert Senior Secondary School graduation featuring Greetings by Iona Campagnolo on behalf of the Board of School Trustees
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from R. Bruce Bennett, Acting Mayor of Prince Rupert re: thank you for organizing reception events for recent tour by Governor General and Mrs. Michener, May 29, 1972 (includes copy of Telex from the Governor General re: visit to Prince Rupert, May 26, 1972)
• Photocopy of letter to Iona Campagnolo, August 10 (1972?) and words to song “Home, home in the rain” – a song celebrating Prince Rupert by Colin Wood
• Overview of required letters to various individuals / organizations re: Prince Rupert Homecoming event, ca. 1972
• Copy of letter Norma from Iona Campagnolo re: Prince Rupert Homecoming, November 22, 1972
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Frank Collison, Band Manager, Masset Band Council re: creation of a canoe and other details of the Prince Rupert Homecoming, December 5, 1972
• Copy of letter to Frank Collison, Band Manager, Masset Band Council re: response to questions in previous letter, December 13, 1972

Honours and Awards

Series consists of placards, certificates, artwork, proclamations and event programs all related to various honours and awards bestowed upon the Honourable Iona Campagnolo throughout her career.

Metal commemorative platter with inscription to Iona Campagnolo

Commemorative platter with etched inscription to "Mrs. Iona Campagnolo - Tour Co-Ordinator for the visit of Gov-Gen. and Mrs. Poland Michener - May 22-23, 1972 - In Appreciation - The City of Prince Rupert." This platter was a gift to Iona Campagnolo when Governor General Mitchner and his wife made a vice regal visit to Prince Rupert on May 22-23, 1972. At the time, Iona Campagnolo was a Prince Rupert alderman who was tasked to coordinate their visit.

Unidentified Man and Woman in Costume for Mary Stuart Production

Costumed gentleman standing next to lady wearing a formal purple gown. Handwritten annotations on verso read: “To Angie, Love Donna Penner,” and “another of costumes I made”.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

May Diver in Costume as Mary Stuart, kneeling before unidentified man

Photograph depicts May Diver dressed in white and gold costume beside man wearing black and purple costume.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

Rosemary Gilbert and May Diver in Costume as Queen Elizabeth & Mary Stuart

The pair stands wearing gowns; Diver on right in black, Gilbert on left in blue. Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “May Diver, Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, Rosemary Gilbert as Elizabeth, Prod & Directed by Iona Campagnolo, 1973”.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

Rosemary Gilbert in Costume as Queen Elizabeth, with unidentified man

Photograph depicts Rosemary Gilbert wearing regal red and white gown, glaring at unidentified man in fur costume.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

May Diver and Rosemary Gilbert in Costume as Mary Stuart & Queen Elizabeth

Photograph depicts May Diver as Mary Stuart in black dress, kneeling before Rosemary Gilbert as Elizabeth in blue and gold fur-trimmed gown.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.17).

Rosemary Gilbert in Costume as Queen Elizabeth

Photograph depicts Rosemary Gilbert as Elizabeth in blue and gold fur-trimmed gown, unidentified man in costume stands in background.

Preceding notation on UNBC Chancellor letterhead: “my theatre days, Ionasphere group. I made personally or designed (for Blue - Rosemary Gilbert) all these costumes, May Diver - Mary Stuart by Friedrich Von Schiller, 1972” (see also items 2009.6.1.11 - 2009.6.1.16).

Tom Jones Production, 1973

Includes:
• Theatre program: “Tom Jones featuring : Nöel Mulloy”, May 24-26, 1973
• Two cheque duplications signed by Iona Campagnolo towards advertising costs, March and April 1973
• One cheque duplication signed by Iona Campagnolo to Eaton’s department store towards costume costs, March 9, 1973
• Two receipts made out to Iona Campagnolo from Rupert Sewing Centre for costume costs, April 16 & 18, 1973
• Handwritten list of expenses on the recto of a bank savings withdrawal form
• Letter to Iona Campagnolo from Don Pontifex, Manager, Mallabar Men’s Costumes re: shipment of costumes for Tom Jones, May 15, 1973
• Radio Broadcast Agreement signed by Iona Campagnolo on behalf of the North Pacific Players for “Public Service Announcements”, May 16-22, 1973
• Copy of letter to Northumberland Press Ltd., England from Conrad van Deursen for North Pacific Players re: order for 15 copies of Tom Jones play script, November 17, 1972
• Letter to Conrad van Deursen from Evans Plays, Montague House, England re: copies of play script and payment of royalties, November 24, 1972

Minutes, Reports, Speeches & Programs 1973

Includes:
• Copy of minutes of Prince Rupert Visitor’s Bureau, September 5, 1973 re: motion for Prince Rupert Homecoming
• Committee Report of the City Aesthetic Improvement Committee, November 30, 1973, Iona Campagnolo – Chairman
• Speech by Iona Campagnolo to the Provincial High School Drama Festival participants, ca. 1973
• Prince Rupert Homecoming Souvenir Program, October 5-7, 1973

Political Papers

This Political Papers series illustrates the Hon. Iona Campagnolo's political career as Member of Parliament for Skeena and Minister of State for Fitness and Amateur Sport. Types of records reflective of her political career include: speeches, correspondence, itineraries, memoranda, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, background material, photographs, and ephemera.

Fiddler on the Roof Production, 1974

Includes:
• Theatre Program: Fiddler on the Roof, February 19-23, 1974 produced and directed by Iona Campagnolo; costumes by Iona Campagnolo
• News clippings:
o “’Fiddler on the Roof’ hits high note on opening night” (The Daily News, February 20, 1974?)
o Editorial: “Needed, a Community Arts Centre”, The Daily News, February 21, 1974

Gladys Blyth, Iona Campagnolo, and Lil Schuman at Reception for Selma Murray, sole survivor of the Mount Oldfield Slide of 1957

The three women stand in the Prince Rupert Masonic Temple looking at baby pictures of Selma Murray.
Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “From Left to Right, Aug/74, Gladys Blyth - Port Ed, Iona Campagnolo - ‘MP Skeena,’ Lil Schuman - Manitoba (‘Mother’ - Aunt) to Selma Murray, Masonic Temple - Pr. Rupert, B.C., Reception for Selma, looking at baby picture of Selma”.

M.P. Iona Campagnolo seated at reception in Jeanne Sauvé’s riding, Ahuntsic, late 1974

Marcel Roy [?], Iona Campagnolo, Jeanne Sauvé, Yves Demers [?], and an unidentified woman sit at banquet table in front of a stage with musical instruments and a Canadian flag.

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “copie pour Mme Campagnolo, 15, 1-5-, Yves Demers, Marcel Roy, Jeanne Sauvé, un discourse en français dan la circonscription de Mme S. (toute l’monde est separatiste et liberal!)”

Political Career

Series consists of correspondence, campaign advertisements and publications, newspaper clippings, itineraries, reports, scrapbooks, speeches, newsletters, poetry, ephemera, memoranda, invitations, commercial publications, party publications, certificates, agendas, press releases, minutes and background information all pertaining to Iona Campagnolo’s political career as M.P. for Skeena; Minister of State Fitness and Amateur Sport, and President of the Liberal Party of Canada; as well as, pertaining to her continued interest in the political state of Canada.

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