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F-193 · Fonds · 1963 - 1999

The fonds of the Office of Presidents consists of records made and received during the course of general supervision and direction of academic work at the University. The activities documented include policy and procedures development; participation in committees and other bodies, including the Board of Governors and Senate; liaison with internal and external bodies such as the various faculties, the Faculty Association, other universities, associations, and the provincial and federal governments; budget preparation; the regulation of instruction, including appointments and salaries; correspondence with various individuals and institutions regarding academic matters; the development of new programs and departments; public engagements; and the solicitation and distribution of grants, scholarships and awards. The types of documents include meeting agendas and minutes, brochures, correspondence, publications, reports and working papers.

Office of the President
F-223-1-1-1 · Sub-sub-series · 1963 - 1975
Part of Hugh Johnston fonds

Sub-sub-series consists primarily of photocopied material from the Sun, the Province, the Peak, the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) Bulletin, and other publications relating to the development of SFU. Subjects, events and activities documented include post-secondary education in the 1960s; student activism; the development and administration of SFU; post-secondary educational systems; faculty-administration relations; the Board of Governors; the CAUT Censure; the PSA affair; the Shell service station dispute; and the presidencies of Patrick McTaggart-Cowan and Kenneth Strand. Records include journal and magazine articles; newspaper clippings; reports and book excerpts.

Photocopies from fonds
F-223-1-2-2 · Sub-sub-series · 1965 - 2003
Part of Hugh Johnston fonds

Sub-sub-series consists of photocopied material from fonds held in the SFU Archives relating to The Peak; the Simon Fraser Student Society; Athletics and the TSSU. Hugh Johnston numbered each page of this material and created a rough index. This index is provided in pages 79-96 of the Yellow Notebook contained within sub-sub-series three. Subjects, activities and events documented include student conduct; the Student Affairs Committee; student activism; SFU Athletic programs; student clubs; health services; campus radio station; enrollment; faculty and student housing; the PSA affair; the Shell gas station affair; SFSS Presidents Stan Wong, Martin Loney, Rob Walsh, and Ian Spencer; the "Dentists' Wives"; the formation of TSSU; sabbatical eligibility; the presidencies of Kenneth Strand and Patrick McTaggart-Cowan; and the Women's Movement at SFU. Records include briefs, convocation programs, correspondence, journal articles, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, newspaper articles, press releases, reports, statistics, the University Act statutes, and Peak Student Handbooks (1985, 1989).

IMC 72086

Photo Index frame descriptions (legacy data): (1a-36) <3b>: Faculty and Students at Convocation 1972 (convocation, 1972).

(1a-10) <3b>: Students at Convocation 1972 (students).

(10a-11) <3b>: Chancellor Caple Opening Convocation 1972 (caple, kenneth p.; chancellors).

(13a-19) <3b>: Dr. Herzberg Receiving Honorary Degree 1972 (herzberg, gerhard; honorary degrees).

(19a-24) <3b>: Dr. McInnis Receiving Honorary Degree 1972 (mcinnis, w. grace; honorary degrees).

(25-28) <3b>: Dr. McTaggart-Cowan Receiving Honorary Degree 1972 (mctaggart-cowan, patrick d.; honorary degrees).

(29-36) <3b>: Dr. McInnes, Convocation Address 1972 (mcinnis, w. grace; honorary degrees).

IMC 66027

Photo Index frame descriptions (legacy data): (67,67a,67b) <2b>: Madge Hogarth Residence, south side (madge hogarth house).

(105) <2b>: McTaggart-Cowan & Shrum in Madge Hogarth lounge (mctaggart-cowan, patrick d.; shrum, gordon m.; presidents; chancellors; madge hogarth house).

(105a,b) <2b>: Women & guests in Madge Hogarth residence room (madge hogarth house).