Item is an interview in which Eva Rosinger, a chemist and chemical engineer and former Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, describes her family, early life, education and professional career.
File consists of records regarding Dr. Ainley's publications including agreements with publishers, copyright agreements, and related correspondence. File also includes cover art for Dr. Ainley's book Restless Energy: A Biography of William Rowan 1891-1957.""
File consists of correspondence with a short description of Timlin's main research interests and a memorandum addressed to the dean and heads of departments from the president of the University of Saskatchewan.
File consists of correspondence relating to edits and drafts of Ainley's article, "Mabel F. Timlin, 1891-1976: A Woman Economist in the World of Men," submission information for the article, and a summary of an interview with Irene Spry.
File consists of personal correspondence sent to and by Timlin about her life in Saskatchewan and the death of her brother Eugene; insurance forms relating to dispersing funds left to her by Eugene; and a teaching evaluation.
File consists of an article in the "Prince George Citizen," entitled, "Women's Studies Defended"; Ainley's response to the article, which was also published; an article on women's studies from the "British Columbia Report"; an article on women in universities; data on the enrolment numbers of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute; and correspondence relating to the reaction of Ainley and others to "Women's Studies Defended."
File consists of memoranda relating to restructuring at the University of British Columbia; correspondence relating to the restructuring and proposed reorganizing of the Women's Studies Program; a list of women's studies cooperative education students; and a memorandum and correspondence related to the establishment of the Northern Studies Program.
File consists of the president's report on planning; Ainley's notes for her presentation to the planning committee; a newspaper clipping advertising the vice-president of the University of Northern British Columbia position; and an academic plan for the University of Northern British Columbia.
File consists of a newsletter from the Centre for Research in in Women's Studies and Gender Relations; a report on the British Columbia Open Learning System; notes, an article on the future of universities in the "Prince George Citizen"; and a Canadian Association of University Teachers bulletin.
File contains a final report of the University Planning Committee at the University of Northern British Columbia, entitled, "Planning for Growth"; the 1996 Annual Report from the University of Northern British Columbia; and an "Ethical Guidelines for Research" pamphlet created by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People.
File contains a presentation on women with invisible disabilities at the University of Northern British Columbia by Dr. Sharon Stone; an interview with Nupur Gogia; and a video created by the Joint Human Resources Committee of the Canadian Electronical/Electronics Manufacturing Industry.
Series contains material relating to Ainley's personal projects and research and professional projects. The material consists of transcribed copies of Ainley's early articles; drafts of sections, notes, research material and correspondence relating to "Creating Complicated Lives: Women and Science at English-Canadian Universities, 1880-1980"; conference proceedings, research material, notes and correspondence relating to her research project, "Re-explorations: new perspectives on gender, environment and the transfer of knowledge in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia"; material, predominately course descriptions and syllabi, relating to administering the Women's Studies Program at the University of Northern British Columbia; and photographs and slides relating to both her research and her personal life and hobbies. Series also contains conference proceedings, research notes, bibliographies, curricula vitae and other material.
File consists of speaking notes for a speech made by Ainley on December 6, 2000 at a memorial for the Ecole Polytechnique Massacre in Montreal, Quebec; Ainley's retirement speech speaking notes; and speaking notes for a presentation of Ainley's research for her Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) funded project, "Engendering Canadian Science: Biographies of Women Scientists."
File consists of research, conference travel and other correspondence; abstracts for Ainley's articles; conference proceedings for, "Re-explorations: science and environment in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia" and other conference proceedings by Ainley for presentations on the history of women scientists, women's studies methodologies and women naturalists; drafts of articles and material about Catharine Parr Traill; and short biographies of William Rowan and Alice Wilson.
File consists of speaking notes and conference proceedings; instructions for abstract submissions; abstracts; drafts of biographies of women scientists; correspondence; a short biography of David Ainley; A short story by David Ainley; notes; and a curriculum vitae.
File contains material relating to "Re-explorations: new perspectives on gender, environment and the transfer of knowledge in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia." File consists of notes on publications, transcripts of interviews, list of sources, conference proceedings and thematic analyses of an interview.
File consists of drafts sections from "Creating Complicated Lives: Women and Science at English-Canadian Universities, 1880-1980"; the book chapter, "Science, Environment, and Women's Lives: Integrating Teaching and Research," which was published in "Teaching as Activism: Equity Meets Environmentalism"; an article, entitled, "Mabel F. Timlin, 1891-1976: A Woman Economist in the World of Men," which was published in "Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal"; notes for Ainley's retirement speech; and a sabbatical proposal.
File consists of components of Ainley's Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grant, "Re-explorations: science and environment in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia"; correspondence relating to her position at the University of Victoria as an adjunct professor and the status of her grant; correspondence requesting and extension to the grant; and ethics approval forms submitted to the University of Victoria.
File consists of drafts of chapters of each of the chapters of "Creating Complicated Lives: Women and Science at English-Canadian Universities, 1880-1980" as well as drafts of the epilogue, prologue, acknowledgements, table of contents and title page sections of the book; interview transcripts, transcript analyses and conference proceedings created for "Re-explorations: new perspectives on gender, environment and the transfer of knowledge in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia"; a list of Ainley's publications; edited articles on Catharine Parr Traill; correspondence to the University of British Columbia Press; a curriculum vitae; and drafts of other articles by Ainley.
File consists of unpublished works and talks or presentations Dr. Ainley made on her research relating to women scientists in Canada. File includes 7 overhead transparencies for two of her presentations.
File consists of program, speaking notes, and printed slides for the History of Science Society 2006 Conference. File includes speaking notes and printed slides of Ainley's presentation on "Marginal landscapes of science? Gender, environments and colonial encounters in 19th century Australia, Canada, and New Zealand." File also contains pamphlet on the 12th International Conference of Historical Geographers Auckland, New Zealand.
File consists of photographic research materials and some personal photographs and related textual records including correspondence, conference presentation, inventory of photographs, 2 overhead transparencies, and photocopied research materials. Majority of photographs are archival reprints.
Photograph depicts a burning brush pile in front of a snow-covered cabin and lean-to. Trees in background. Reads on verso as follows : "Burning a brush pile, taken during my visit to West Lake last December. Williams just at the back of the fire. The smoke shows up well (4)".
Photograph depicts Jack Henderson-Roe's log cabin covered with snow and icicles. Reads on verso as follows : "My shack just after occupation. Taken during the excessive cold weather we experienced early in January. The icicles formed in the night, and the actual temperature when I took this was 32° below zero, the previous night having been over 60° below. (10)"
Photograph depicts Jack Henderson-Roe drinking from a hole in the ice at the side of the road. His dog, Billy, is beside him, and there is a pack in the foreground. Brush or swamp in background. Reads on verso as follows : "On the road back from West Lake to Fort George. I am having a drink at a hole in the ice. My dog 'Billy' looking for food. Williams' pack in the foreground, mine is on my back. Taken four days before Xmas. 12 miles out. (12)".
Photograph depicts a log cabin on a treed lot, with a fence in foreground. Reads on verso as follows : "The log house situated on Lot 2b. This house is worth $400 as it stands, and is good deal larger than it looks in the photo. This was taken from the government road just in front of it."
Photograph depicts a man standing in a valley. Treed hills in background ; wild grasses in foreground. Reads on verso as follows : "Looking up the valley from the southern boundary showing the level nature of land, light growth, and rich wild grasses growing on it."
Consists of legal records and documents related to the holdings and activities of J. B. Henderson-Roe and his father, C.H. Henderson-Roe, including a hand-drawn map of Prince George, Fort George, and South Fort George, as well as a surveyor's plan for a subdivision.
File consists of BC Provincial Police General Orders related to promotions/engagements/discharges of BC Provincial Police members. Includes copies of BC Provincial Police General Orders #1 July 3, 1923 to #124 December 1, 1950; copies and originals of BC Provincial Police General Orders #125 January 1932 to #269 October 15 1941; and originals of BC Provincial Police General Orders #270 November 5, 1941 to #391 August 12, 1950. Also includes an Index to General Orders Nos. 1 – 271.
Collection consists of 30 audio cassettes containing 46 interviews conducted primarily by radio & TV broadcaster Bob Harkins with local personalities. Most recordings were conducted at CJCI Studios, Prince George. The station was launched in 1970 by Central Interior Radio, broadcasting on 620 AM. In 1983, Central Interior also launched CIBC-FM in the city. Central Interior Radio was acquired by the Vista Broadcast Group in 2005.
Item consists of transcript of interview with poet, former CNC faculty member Barry McKinnon conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding McKinnon's teaching and publishing careers.
Item consists of transcript of interview with Bruce Douglas conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding his career in early railways in Prince George region and memories of the sawmills in Giscome area..