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Administrative files

Series consists of records relating to the administration of the School office and management of relations with non-academic employees. Activities, events and topics documented include capital budget planning; search for School chairman; enrollment and registration issues; fundraising; faculty workshops and retreats; the appointment of Teaching Assistants and Sessional Instructors; space requirements and the move to the Applied Sciences Building.

Records include budgets, correspondence and reports, capital equipment requests, planning documents, notes and working papers.

Administrative records

This series contains records related to administrative operation of the Valhalla Wilderness Society and work of Colleen McCrory, including correspondence and contact lists of individuals and organizations that Valhalla cooperated with in some capacity.
This series is divided into two sub-series: Correspondence and General Records.

Administrative records

Series comprises records relating to the establishment and operation of the SCWIST Resource Centre, which carries out many of the Society's administrative duties. The Resource Centre was opened in 1992 in offices at the Harbour Centre campus of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. In 1996 it relocated to the downtown Vancouver YWCA building. The Centre is staffed by a paid Coordinator. Activities documented in this series include the establishment of the Resource Centre, its official opening in 1992, and staffing. Records consist of correspondence; grant applications and supporting documentation; reports; and invitations, guest book and audio recordings of the official opening.

Administrative records

Series comprises records related to the administration and organization of the Media and Public Relations Office and its predecessor, the University News Service. Topics documented include goals and objectives; meetings within the University relating to the delivery of the department's services; reorganization of the department; and a Gallup Poll to ascertain SFU's public image and develop an appropriate public relations program. Records include correspondence, reports, minutes, working papers, proposals, and other documents.

Administrative records

Series consists of records relating to administration and finances for the Purcell String Quartet. Includes itineraries, reports, and contracts with SFU and other institutions and event organizers.

Administrative records

Series consists of records generated from the administration of the filling Station Publications Society and the publication of "filling Station" magazine. These include minutes, correspondence, notes, grant and award applications, submissions, forms, subscriber lists, contact lists and distribution requests. Series is divided into the following four sub-series: Minutes (1993–1997); General administrative records ([199-]–1999]); Correspondence (1993–1999); and Grant applications (1995–2008).

Administrative records

Series consists of correspondence, legal and financial records, notes, manuals, plans, agreements, project files, customer survey research and other materials generated or used by Celia Duthie, as president of Duthie Books, Ltd.

Administrative records

Series consists of newspaper clippings, art consignment information, art fundraising records, copyright reproduction information, day timers, travel records, grant applications, postcards, greeting cards, correspondence (typed and handwritten) from poets, writers and art organizations, a magazine article about The Georgia Straight, memorial pamphlets, website design plans and notes, BC Photography and Media Arts Society records (meeting agendas, committee and financial reports, planning records, staff lists and correspondence) and records (reports, constitution, correspondence, minutes, and exhibition requirements) pertaining to the Coast Art Trust. Series also includes official government correspondence, a petition letter on behalf of Barry McKinnon and newsletter articles on Pierre Coupey while he was an instructor at Capilano College/University.

Administrative Records

Series consists of records relating to the administration of University Services and includes reports on the history, goals and objectives of university services offices; development of staff positions and job descriptions; a proposal for a satellite university of SFU and the feasibility study for a multi-purpose facility at SFU; speeches given by the Vice-President; budget and funding proposals; and the correspondence and minutes of University Services staff meetings, the University Relations Committee, and the Universities Council of British Columbia. Also included is Stan Roberts' personal correspondence. Records include correspondence and working papers, agendas and minutes, resumes, reports, questionnaires, press releases and financial statements.

Administrative records

Series consists of records relating to the administration of the Canadian Farmworkers Union, including financial records, meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, membership information, publications, and photographs of events.

The series is arranged into nine sub-series: Minutes and executive reports (1978-1994); Account books and other financial records (1980-1997); Fundraising correspondence, photographs, and other records (1978-1997); Membership surveys, photographs, and other records ([1979-ca. 1999]); Publications, publicity records, and ephemera (1975-2010); Correspondence (1978-1998); Convention and meeting minutes, photographs, and other records (1979-1995); Reports (1974-1997); and General administrative records ([1975]-1996).

Administrative records

Series contains records related to the administration of Adbusters Media Foundation. Sub-series contained in this series were classified as administrative in the original arrangement of the organization's records. Records include stationary, brand assets, job descriptions, manuals, user surveys, marking plans, operational notes, subscription scheduling, generic communications with subscribers, production schedules, order tracking tables, invoices, sales forecasts, advertisements, grant applications, annual reports, financial summaries, balance sheets, payment schedules, and sales analytics.

The series has been arranged by the archivist into nine sub-series based on the type of administrative activity:

General administrative records (sub-series 1)
Culture shop administrative records (sub-series 2)
Social media marketing records (sub-series 3)
Operational notes (sub-series 4)
Subscription records (sub-series 5)
Production and distribution records (sub-series 6)
Marketing records (sub-series 7)
Grant applications and associated records (sub-series 8)
Financial records (sub-series 9)

Administrative records

Series consists of records relating to the general administrative activities of the editor and staff of West Coast Review. Topics documented include the establishment of the journal, liaison with writers, and efforts to secure funding through grants, advertising, and donors. Series consists primarily of correspondence.

Administrative records - general

This series is primarily comprised of business records related to the general business activities of Judith Marcuse Projects (and all associated identities), including contracts, annual reports and meeting minutes. In some cases there is overlap with a file containing general documents as well as project-specific ones; in those instances the file was assigned to the series appropriate to the majority of content.

Administrative records and photographs

Series consists of administrative records of the British Columbia Provincial Police Veterans’ Association, photographs of members at reunions and meetings, and records related to the association’s involvement in remembering the BCPP through museum exhibits and memorial plaques. Most of this material is contained in four scrapbooks of photographs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera.


Series consists of advertising and promotional material of Makara itself and records of advertising in Makara by other businesses. Includes correspondence, press releases, ad mock-ups, contracts, notes and promotional material.

Agenda support papers

These files were kept by the Secretary and Assistant to the Board of Governors and contain documents that provide background information for the various agenda items. In most cases, the documents formed part of packages that were sent to Board members, selected University officials, and campus organizations prior to each Board meeting. A few documents were kept by the Board secretary for her own reference and did not circulate. After 2003, agenda support papers were filed in docket packages alongside the meeting agendas and minutes. To view support papers from 2004 onwards, see series F-33-10 Meeting dockets.

Series includes agendas, unsigned minutes, and support papers including correspondence; reports; financial statements; board committee minutes, contracts; architectural drawings; personnel records such as c.v.'s, reference letters and appointment forms; news clippings and other documents.

Donna Laws was the Board Secretary from 1968 to 1993.


Series consists of 8 Economist hard-bound agendas. These agendas outline Duke’s personal and professional schedules during this time period.

Agricultural economics

Dallas Smythe began his involvement in the field of agricultural economics in 1934, when he worked as an extension specialist in agriculture for the College of Agriculture at the University of California, Berkeley. In this position, he studied economic outlooks for various California farm products. In 1937, he was hired as an associate economist by the U.S. Central Statistical Board, where he oversaw the collection of statistics for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This involved the review of information collection policies and procedures, and the planning of the Census of Agriculture. Smythe left the Central Statistical Board in 1938.

Series consists of records written or co-authored by Smythe in his positions as extension specialist in agriculture for the University of California, Berkeley, and as an economist for the U.S. Central Statistical Board. Series includes research and reports regarding various farm crops in California, and reports and chart books from the federal Census of Agriculture.

AIDS on Stamps project files

Series consists of records generated from the lobbying activities of AIDS on Stamps, a non-profit AIDS awareness initiative organized by Blair Henshaw. AIDS on Stamps lobbied Canada Post and the federal government to produce an AIDS awareness stamp for circulation in Canada and abroad. Series includes correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, certificates of recognition, commemorative records, proofs of stamps in development, photographs, research and international listings of stamps. Includes records from the 11th International Conference on AIDS, held in Vancouver in 1996, and an obituary for Blair Henshaw.

Air project

This series represents a project that existed in concept only. There are some documents and promotional materials in other series that mention it, however those were not relocated to this series so as to preserve what original order still remains.
The series is comprised of the following sub-series: Sub-series 1: Administrative records (2006).

Allan Grant diaries and notebooks

Series consists of Allan Grant's diaries and notebooks. The diaries record his daily life, with diary entries ranging from two lines to twelve lines. Typical entries include a note about the weather, the types of activities he undertook around the farm, expenses, and notes about meetings with friends and neighbours. The notebooks detail his involvement in municipal and co-operative organizing and lecture notes, poetry, or quotations from books that he recorded and found inspirational.

Alumni Relations Office

Series consists of records produced by the SFU Alumni Relations Office, in support of the Alumni Association. Series includes the association constitution, minutes, correspondence and memoranda, brochures and other promotional material, and copies of alumni newsletters entitled The Bridge, Afterthoughts, the Alumni Journal, and AQ magazine.

Analytical Studies publications

Series consists of publications produced by the Analytical Studies office. Series includes publications regarding enrollment and attrition, grading, instructional activities, faculty, University facilities, and other matters. Series also includes various editions of the Fact Book published by the office to answer commonly asked questions about SFU activities and conditions.


Series contains records related to the poetry publication Anerca, including correspondence, administrative records, leaflets, flyers, artwork and finalized issues.

Anniversaries files

Series consists of records relating to the celebration of SFU's 10th, 20th and 25th anniversaries. Activities documented include receptions, dinners, and a Convocation Mall celebration. Records include guest lists, invitations, programs, memorabilia, correspondence, proposals, publications, and other documents.

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