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F-326-8 · Series · 1968-1969
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of one file made up of materials that were deposited in Koenraad Kuiper's graduate student mailbox in 1969. Taken as a whole, it provides a sense of the types of materials that were circulating on campus during a tumultuous period in SFU's history.

Records include reports, articles, newsletters, and correspondence related to the PSA affair; memorandums and correspondence about the trial of the 114 students who were arrested for occupying the Academic Services building; a report from the Presidential Search Committee; copies of articles from The Peak; a copy of Focos magazine; two issues of SFU Komix; a copy of the first issue of SFU Comment; and miscellaneous materials related to Kuiper's role as a graduate student.

Kuiper, Koenraad
F-326-2 · Series · 1965-1966
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of four items relating to the early history of Simon Fraser University: a copy of the program for the university's opening ceremonies on September 9, 1965; an invitation and ticket to the President's Ball held in October 1965; and a copy of the first SFU Yearbook (1965-66).

F-326-3 · Series · 2016
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of an essay that documents Kersti Krug's experience as a member of SFU's Personnel Department in the 1970s.

The essay was transferred to the Archives as a PDF and is accessible here in SFU AtoM. A hard copy has also been printed for access in the Archives' Reading Room.

Krug, Kersti
F-326-9 · Series · 1973
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The records consist of material related to the production of the Dido Aeneas opera that was put on by the Centre for Communications and the Arts from June 8 to 10, 1973. Records include a scrapbook with photographs, drawings, sketches, programs, and newspaper clippings related to costume and production design (file 1). There are also four photographs that were found loose with the records (file 2); programs and press reviews (file 3); textual files on production and design (files 4, 5, 6); and a sketch and design template that were found loose with the records (file 7).

Original order was retained in the arrangement of the files.

Johnson, Martin
F-326-1 · Series · 1998
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of an unpublished manuscript created by Gene Waddell for the Canadian Centre for Architecture. The manuscript exists in two different formats – as a photocopied, physical copy and as digitized files. The physical copy is an unabridged version that can be accessed in the reading room, and the digitized files are text-searchable, PDF files that are accessible here in SFU AtoM.

Waddell, Gene
F-326-5 · Series · 1964-1965
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of three items relating to the involvement of Break Bros. Construction Ltd. in the construction of the SFU Burnaby campus: a copy of Construction Canada (vol. 1 no. 5) that features an article on grading the site (item 1); a mounted montage of 9 photos of site clearing and grading (item 2); and a copy of the opening ceremonies program (item 3).

F-326-6 · Series · 1966-2020
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The records consist of 12 photographic negatives, a DVD with digital copies of the negatives, and contact sheets with handwritten captions identifying some of the students in the images.

Helena Turner took the photographs during a symposium for SFU students at Rosario Beach, Washington, that was held from March 11-13, 1966. The writers of the charter edition yearbook described the venue as, "a small research station with cabins, a lecture hall, and a large dining room." The symposium was organized around the idea of an academic retreat, with debates, student speeches, and a Saturday night dance. The speakers included SFU professors Ron Baker, Murray Schafer, and Allan Cunningham, among others.

The series also includes obituaries for two of the subjects of the photos: Lenore Herb and Hanne Bondo Mawhinney.

Turner, Helena
F-326-7 · Series · 1965-1968
Part of Campus community SFU history collection

The series consists of records relating to the activities and administration of the SFU Sports Car Club. Formed in 1965, it was one earliest clubs registered with the Simon Fraser Student Society. According to Bob Sterne, who was President of the Sports Car Club in 1966, "the purpose of the Sports Car Club is to contribute to extra-curricular activities and promote better sportsmanship by directing and sponsoring all aspects of motoring events." The Sports Car Club held timed races, such as the inaugural Gymkhana at the Brentwood Shopping Centre on November 14, 1965, and semesterly rallies to create new interest in motorsports.

Records include a Sports Car Club jacket, a Sport Car Club patch, two issues of the Red Line bulletin, and a copy of the Sports Car Club constitution and by-laws. A copy of The Tartan (vol. 2 no. 4) is also included with the records.