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Posthumous Records

Series consists of records created and collected after Dr. Joselito Arocena's death on December 20, 2015. Includes information about Arocena's work in China, photographs and video of the unveiling of the Lito Lab, and video recordings and presentation materials from a memorial lecture for Dr. Joselito Arocena by Mike Rutherford, Hugues Massicotte, and Paul Sanborn.

Personal Records

Series consists of Dr. Joselito Arocena's personal records that provide background context to his academic accomplishments, research, and professorial tenure at UNBC.

Artifacts

Series consists of objects such as posters, t-shirts, and artwork collected or created by the UNBC Office of Development.

Artifacts

Series contains objects, artifacts and ephemera related to UNBC's history.

Textual records

Series consists of invitations, cards, news releases, and other textual material collected or created by the UNBC Office of Development.

2009 Annual General Meeting

Series consists of 7 mini DVs recording "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 18-19, 2009. Harry Gairns and Mike Apsey spoke and conference panel topics include:

  • Looking to the Past to Inform the Future? Forest History within a Contemporary Context
  • Applying Traditional Knowledge to Future Initiatives: First Nations Historical and Future Relationships with the Forests
  • Forestry History in Our Communities: Robson Valley & Prince George
  • Exploring Our Roots: Forest History Research Methodology
  • From Exploration to Development: Bringing Forest History Forward.

Personal records

Series contains two diplomas awarded to Dr. Ainley by the University of Northern British Columbia, news clippings, and photographs. Series also includes some of her activities during her retirement including her art exhibits, a cruise, and membership in Federation of BC Writers.

Photographs

Series consists of the photographs taken and collected by Dr. Joselito Arocena. Arocena kept an extensive photographic slide collection for teaching, demonstration, research, and personal purposes. Included here from his slide collection is a large selection of images that feature his UNBC work and the Northern BC region. This series also contains digital photographs that Arocena created or collected.

Publications

Series consists of pamphlets, posters, guides, reports, and other publications created by the UNBC Office of Communications.

Artifacts

Series consists of UNBC-related ephemera, artifacts, and paraphernalia created by the UNBC Office of Communications for promotional or display purposes.

Textual records

Series consists of reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other textual material collected or created by the UNBC Office of Communications.

Professor of women's studies and environmental studies

Series largely consists of Ainley's administrative activities as professor and chair of the Women's Studies Program at the University of Northern British Columbia. Material is arranged, predominately, according to the activities with which Ainley was involved, including overseeing program restructuring, coverage of the Women's Studies Program in the media, presentations to prospective students, planning for research presentations and conferences, curriculum development and retirement preparation. Series also documents Ainley's appointment as an adjunct professor in the Environmental Studies department at the University of Victoria. The series also includes records concerning Ainley's graduate student research assistants and their work with her. The series consists of memoranda, meeting minutes, reports, posters, speaking notes, correspondence, brochures, pamphlets, articles, course descriptions and syllabi, notes, printed emails, and employment contracts.

Teaching

Series consists of course development material created by Dr. Robin Fisher for his UNBC undergraduate and graduate courses. Dr. Fisher primarily taught in the Department of History and was instrumental in the development of the History Program at UNBC. Records include syllabi, course readings, resource material, and correspondence.

Personal Records

Series consists of records relating to Dr. Fisher's appointment at UNBC as professor, founding chair of the Department of History, Dean of Arts and Science, and Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences. These employment records include appointment letters, annual reports, correspondence, and Curriculum Vitae.

University of Northern British Columbia

Series consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, Official Greetings, ephemera, background information, event and convocation programs, speeches, invitations, memoranda, reports, songs, brochures and University publications related to the development of the University of Northern British Columbia and the role of the Honourable Iona Campagnolo as the founding Chancellor.

Research

Series consist of material gathered or created by Weller in his research for scholarly work, government contracts, and community service involvement.

Audiovisual Material

File consists of 6 videocassettes of the construction of ceremonial mace, chairs, and Senate doors for the University of Northern British Columbia.

Honours and Awards

Series consists of photographs, event itineraries and programs, letters of congratulations, letters of recommendation, newspaper clippings, invitations and place name cards all pertaining to Bridget’s receipt of the Lieutenant Governor’s Medal, the B.C. Book Prize, and honourary doctorate degrees from both the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) and the University of Victoria (UVic).

Published and Unpublished Materials

Series consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, newsletters, advertisements, contracts, notebooks, audiocassettes of oral interviews and readings, transcripts, book launch announcements, front cover mock-ups, edited drafts, manuscripts, fact sheets, poems, catalogues, bookmarks, skits, conference events programme, poster, grant applications and related correspondence, a wooden placard, handwritten notes, book reviews, inquest reports, background material, VHS recordings of classroom talks given by Bridget Moran, Mary John and Justa Monk re: her publications, and ephemera. This series contains material from all five of her publications:

  1. (1988) Stoney Creek Woman: The Story of Mary John. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  2. (1990) Judgment at Stoney Creek. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press
  3. (1992) A Little Rebellion. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  4. (1994) Justa: A First Nations Leader. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.
  5. (1996) Prince George Remembered. Prince George, British Columbia: Moran Publishing.
    This series also consists of, but is not limited to, a number of unpublished manuscripts and drafts and/or writing contest submissions also written by Bridget Moran, such as:
    • "Mary and Me" (ca. 1998)
    • "Where Winds Come Sweet" (ca. 1981)
    • "The Horizontal Land" (ca. 1992)
    • "The Summer of '81"
    • "The Relief Cheque" (ca. 1998)
    • "The Case of the Box of Matches" (ca. 1987)
    • "Unholy Deadlock" (ca. 1990)
    • "The Numbers Game"
    • "Reflections on Theme" (ca. 1967)
    • "Come Hell or High Water" (ca. 1976)
    • "Man Alive"
    • "The Deadbeat Mystique"
    • "Hell on Wheels"
    • "Backstairs at the Palace"
    • "James MacCallum" (ca. 1984)
    • "Hushaby, Baby" (ca. 1981)
    • "The Decline and Fall of Mr. Sullivan"
    • "Case History of a Gadfly"
    • "Welfare and the Good Life"
    • "Childhood Memories" (ca. 1976)
    • "The Three Musketeers" (ca. 1974-75)
    • "A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan" (ca. 1979)
    • "Diary of Success Homecoming"
    • "My Old Flame" (ca. 1992)
    • "O Ye Dry Bones" (ca. 1996)
    • "Supper, Little Children" (ca. 1983).

Career Related Materials

Series consists of annual reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, records of employment, a Retirement Party guest book, business cards, invitations, speeches, appointment announcements, pamphlets, Bridget Moran's "Oath of Allegiance; Office and Revenue to the Government of British Columbia", social work reports, contracts, copies of Employee Earnings Statements, background material on the case Hale vs. Her Majesty the Queen, and social work notebooks all pertaining to Bridget's career as a social worker with the Province of British Columbia and the Prince George School District, and as a member of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) Board, the Legal Services Society of B.C. and People on Welfare.

Personal Papers and Correspondence

Series consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, academic transcripts and diplomas, marriage announcements, a copy of a Last Will & Testament, a copy of a Court Order, a poster, a map, photographs, events programs, lyrics, a copy of a Certificate of Canadian Citizenship and an autograph book all pertaining to the personal life of Bridget Moran.

Conferences and Service

Although Dr. Robin Fisher's career at the University of Northern British Columbia was largely in administration, he continued to give papers at scholarly conferences as well as provide service to his University and community. Series contains records relating to conferences attended, spoken at, or organized by Dr. Fisher. Also includes records relating to community and University service such as his participation in committees and the UNBC Faculty Association.

Electronic Records

Series consists of 38 diskettes of the electronic records of Dr. David Fish, which have been migrated to 1 CD-ROM.

Photographs

Series consists of photographs relating to Ray Williston's life from childhood to recent times, air photographs of Prince George, photographs of Bangladesh, and a listing of photographs slated for use in Mr. Williston's biography "Forests, power and policy: the legacy of Ray Williston" written by Eileen Williston and Betty Keller.

Convocation 23 May 1997

Consists of drafts of a speech introducing Ray Williston for Honourary Doctor of Laws degree from UNBC, presented at the 23 May 1997 UNBC Convocation, as well as correspondence dealing with Williston's honorary degree.

Diploma

Series consists of 1 framed diploma from UNBC bestowing the title of Professor Emeritus on David Gomer Fish.

Diploma reads as follows : "The University of Northern British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada, The Chancellor of the University of Northern British with the approval of the Senate bestows the title of Professor Emeritus on David Gomer Fish, In Witness Whereof and by the Authority duly committed to us we have hereunto set our hand and seal, May 1997, R. Alex Reed, Registrar, Iona Campagnolo, Chancellor, Charles Jago, President."

Photographs

File consists of photographs of the construction of ceremonial mace, chairs, and Senate doors for the University of Northern British Columbia.

Reports, Reviews & Corrrespondence

The Reports, Reviews and Correspondence series consists of correspondence between Dr. R.J. Baker and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education and Job Training concerning his consultancy, as well as a contract for work; copies of reports written by other consultants; his own report to the Ministry; and reports by the Implementation Planning Group that helped create the University of Northern British Columbia.

Photographs

Series consists of images pertaining the Collison family, North Coastal First Nations communities, means of transportation along North Coastal British Columbia, and various church structures and religious events.

Honors and Awards

Series consists of awards Weller earned at Lakehead University and material related to the honorary doctorate he was awarded by the University of Lapland.

Scholarly Works

Series consists of scholarly works authored or coauthored by Weller and related records involved in their presentation or publication.

Instruction

Series consists of material related to courses taught by Weller as a professor at Bishop’s University, Lakehead University and UNBC. Material includes lecture notes, syllabi, reading lists, exam questions, assignments, photocopied articles, and newspaper clippings.

Academic Appointments

Series consists of material related to Weller’s activity obtaining and completing the responsibilities of his academic appointments.