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Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge fonds

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Date Range
1952-1988
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
19901039000
Physical Description
3.3 m. of textual records. -- 17 photographs.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of minutes of executive and annual general meetings of the Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge, financial records, correspondence, and project files pertaining to activities of the Council and its member groups.
Date Range
1952-1988
Fonds
Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge
Physical Description
3.3 m. of textual records. -- 17 photographs.
History / Biographical
The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge was established in 1952 to coordinate and support the development of the arts in Lethbridge. The Council operates the Bowman Arts Centre.
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of minutes of executive and annual general meetings of the Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge, financial records, correspondence, and project files pertaining to activities of the Council and its member groups.
Notes
Title based on the contents of the fonds.
Accession No.
19901039000
Category
Arts
Collection
Archive
Less detail
Date Range
1889-1964
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20181046
Physical Description
1.1 m of textual records, 5 photographs
Scope and Content
001: Financial log book (1889-1908) 002: Work day planner for Drumheller Rosedeer Mine (1916-1917) 003: Work day planner for Drumheller Stirling Mine (1917-1918) 004: Work day planner for Drumheller unidentified mine (1918-1919) 005: Work day planner for Drumheller unidentified mine & office (1921)…
Date Range
1889-1964
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Hans Enoch Wight
Physical Description
1.1 m of textual records, 5 photographs
History / Biographical
Hans Enoch Nielson Wight was born July 29, 1889, in Hyrum, Utah, USA. His father was Joseph Moroni Wight, and his mother’s maiden name was Cynthia Elnora Nielson. Joseph was born in 1844 in Hume, New York, and as a seven-year-old travelled west in the year 1851 with his LDS (Mormon) pioneer family. In line with LDS teachings of the time, Joseph became a polygamist and had two wives. Cynthia was his second wife. She was born in Weber County, Utah, in 1860. Hans was the sixth child born to Joseph and Cynthia, but only the second to live past infancy. After his birth, his parents were more successful and brought eight more children into the world, all but one of whom lived to adulthood. In the late 1880s, the LDS Church was sending members north to colonize Southern Alberta, and on June 8, 1891, when Hans was not yet two years old, his parents took their two living children and moved to the brand new community of Cardston, Alberta, snuggled on the edge of the vast, untamed, Canadian prairie. Hans learned to fish and hunt, and even before his teenage years he was an expert marksman. During the day in his father’s blacksmith shop, he learned to be a blacksmith, a wheelwright, and a carpenter, and in the evening he studied books. While finishing high school, he learned to play several instruments. He was a member of the Cardston Military Band. He became a certified machinist, a master electrician, and a licensed plumber. Because he drove a tractor, aborigine friends on the Blood reservation next to Cardston called him Iron Horse. Some remained life-long friends. On August 1, 1908, when nineteen years old, Hans went to Utah to attend Brigham Young College in Logan. He also studied through correspondence courses at the Armour Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois, the University of Missouri, and the Alberta Institute of Technology and Art, obtaining degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering. For the first six years of his professional career, he worked for the US Reclamation Service on the St. Mary’s River project in Montana, but he still spent his weekends in Cardston, which was only twenty miles away. On one of these weekends, he met a young lady named Alice McClung from northern Ireland who was a recent convert to the LDS Church. On January 11, 1911, Alice became Mrs. Hans E. Wight. He was not quite 22 years old and she was 20. An aside: Five years later, Hans’s younger brother Eugene married Alice’s younger sister Jenny, and their two families generated double cousins who grew up very close. At that time the LDS Church was constructing a temple in Cardston; it was to be used to perform certain sacred ceremonies, and Hans was offered a job as construction engineer, thus beginning his professional life in Canada. When the main part of the construction was finished, he accepted a position in Drumheller, Alberta, where, as a mine surveyor and master mechanic, he was instrumental in the development of its huge coal resources. He remained in Drumheller ten years. In addition to his mining duties he also taught night classes in mechanical, electrical, and steam engineering. When his family finally left Drumheller, he had three children: Elizabeth (Bessie) who was 14, Marjorie (Marge) who was 7, and Eileen who was 5. To be nearer to the LDS community, he moved his family to Taber, Alberta, in 1926. He had obtained the position of Chief Engineer and Master Mechanic for the Leland Coal Company based in Chicago. He was responsible for all mine maintenance both above and below ground. In addition to its large land holdings and mining operations, Leland Coal supplied the district with electricity. Their electric system was later purchased by the Calgary Power Company, and Hans became involved in extending power lines throughout Southern Alberta as well as in building power and light systems for its towns. Soon he relocated to Lethbridge, Alberta. However, his Calgary Power Company job required that he be away from home too much, so he resigned and accepted a position at the newly constructed Lethbridge Government Grain and Storage Elevator. In 1935, Hans campaigned for the new Social Credit Party and was elected Member of the Alberta legislative assembly (MLA) for Lethbridge by a landslide. In 1937, he resigned under pressure. Someone was leaking sensitive political information to the Lethbridge Herald, and Social Credit leadership suspected him (probably correctly). He moved to Calgary and became Chief Engineer of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s Calgary department store where he remained until World War II. In 1941 Hans left the Hudson’s Bay Company and enlisted at the rank of Pilot Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). He had hoped to work on the Alaskan Highway as an engineer, but was instead deployed to air bases across the Prairie Provinces and Newfoundland where he was charged with maintaining and constructing airbase facilities. At the same time, he was often assigned to organize recreation and entertainment for the airmen. He was released from active duty with the rank of Flight Lieutenant in February, 1945, and moved to Bremerton, Washington, where he was hired as an electrical engineer repairing American ships, mostly destroyers, damaged in Pacific Ocean warfare. He performed this work until the Japanese surrender. Then he moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. Hans was 55 years old when he returned to the USA, and he remained there the remainder of his life working as surveyor, city engineer, construction engineer, and city manager in cities throughout northern Utah. He also lived in Los Angeles where he was employed in the development of the San Clemente Island Missile Base for the US military. He died in Salt lake City, Utah on October 12, 1965, at 76 years of age, leaving behind his wife Alice and their three daughters. Although only the oldest daughter married, she had seven children, and those children now have over one hundred descendants. The biography is compiled by Howard Shafer, Grandson based on the following sources EXPERIENCES OF CYNTHIA ELNORA NIELSEN WIGHT from her diaries and journals: 1890 to 1943, edited by Alice W. Terry; A LIFE OF SERVICE: HANS ENOCH NIELSON WIGHT as revealed through his diaries and by his family, edited by Marjorie Wight and Eileen Wight; BACKWARD GLANCES: Stories of and by our Wight ancestors, compiled by Eileen Wight and Marjorie Wight A more detailed biography is found in file 20181046052
Scope and Content
001: Financial log book (1889-1908) 002: Work day planner for Drumheller Rosedeer Mine (1916-1917) 003: Work day planner for Drumheller Stirling Mine (1917-1918) 004: Work day planner for Drumheller unidentified mine (1918-1919) 005: Work day planner for Drumheller unidentified mine & office (1921) 006: Day planner in Drumheller (1921-1922) 007: Day planner in Drumheller (1922-1923) 008: Day planner in Drumheller (1923) 009: Day planner in Drumheller but planner days are not all filled in (1924) 010: Bundle of daily calendar pages (1924-1925) 011: Bundle of daily calendar pages (1925-1926) 012: Bundle of daily calendar pages (1926-1927) 013: Journal with daily entries (1927-1930) 014: Scrapbook of newspaper cutouts talking about the Social Credit party during Wright’s time as MLA till the fall of the Social Credit party (1935-1938) 015: Diary (1931) 016: Handmade diary and a handmade planner (1932) 017: Handmade diary (1933) 018: Diary (1934) 019: Diary (1935) 020: Diary (1936) 021: Diary (1937) 022: Diary with a couple pages torn from the front (1937-1938) 023: Diary (1939) 024: Travel Journal: Journal written till page 45 then it goes blank and then writing on page 194-195 (1939-1942) 025: Diary (1940) 026: Diary (1941) 027: Diary (1942) 028: Diary (1943) 029: Diary (1944) 030: Diary (1945) 031: Diary (1946) 032: Diary with Utah stamp (1947) 033: Diary with Utah stamp (1948) 034: Diary with Utah stamp (1949) 035: Diary with Utah stamp (1950-1952) 036: Diary with Utah stamp (1952) 037: Day Planner not that much is written in the entries (1953) 038: Diary (1953) 039: Account book (1954-1957) 040: Diary four stamps on the first page from Utah, Alberta, Washington, and Oregon (1954) 041: Diary (1955) 042: Diary (1956) 043: Diary (1957) 044: Diary (1958) 045: Diary (1959) 046: Diary (1960) 047: Diary (1961) 048: Diary (1962) 049: Diary (1963) 050: Diary stops writing on May 6 (1964) 051: 5 photographs of H.E. Wight and family 052: Biography of H.E. Wight
Accession No.
20181046
Collection
Archive
Less detail
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20151083
Physical Description
Over 600 photographs individual and photo albums
Scope and Content
Harwood Collection Negatives 2015.1083/001 File 2015.1083/001 to 008 2015.1083/009 to 016 2015.1083/017 to 023 2015.1083/024 to 033 2015.1083/034 to 037 2015.1083/038 to 040 2015.1083/041 to 043 2015.1083/044 to 046 2015.1083/047 to 051 2015.1083/052 to 057 2015.1083/058 to 060 2015.1083/061 to 063…
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
Arthur "Pop" Harwood, Stephen Harwood
Physical Description
Over 600 photographs individual and photo albums
History / Biographical
Arthur Henry Harwood was born in Oxfordshire, England on May 11, 1876. Little is known about his early life except for the fact that at age 13 he apprenticed as a cook and was employed by the Prince of Wales at Sandringham House. He also operated a catering business in Watford, England. In 1905, at the age of 29, he and his wife and their son, Stephen, immigrated to Calgary, Alberta, after a visitor from that city offered to pay the fare for the family. In exchange, Harwood was to take charge of her Calgary restaurant. Two years later, the family moved to Pincher Creek where Harwood opened the New Waldorf Hotel for Fred Kanouse, a man who was the partner to John George “Kootenai” Brown. Harwood opened his own business in Pincher Creek in 1909 which was known as “The Hygenic Bakery and Restaurant”. In 1910 he applied for a homestead in the Twin Butte area between Pincher Creek and Waterton. For several summers he worked in Waterton Lakes National Park, returning each winter to his homestead. In 1908 and 1909, Harwood assisted a Mr. O’Hara, a dominion land surveyor, in laying out the initial lots for what would, in 1910, become the official townsite of Waterton Park. Harwood soon became friends with John George “Kootenai” Brown, one of the first white settlers in the area. Brown was appointed Forest Ranger-in-Charge (often incorrectly referred to as the park’s first superintendent) in 1911 and was the man in charge of the park. So much did Harwood admire Brown that 20 years after his 1916 death, he personally built a stone cairn to Brown’s memory to recognize his place in history. The fall of 1913, Harwood worked in the park as a cook for the government crew building the first traffic bridge over Blakiston Creek (then called Pass Creek).He also had the contract to haul mail from Pincher Creek to Waterton. He hauled the mail until 1930. Harwood and his friend William Terrill of Twin Butte started a guiding and outfitting business providing extended backcountry hunting/guiding trips, often taking customers into British Columbia. Harwood was an avid fisherman and game bird hunter as well. About 1915, Harwood built a log house in Waterton which was located across from Middle Waterton bay and in July, 1919 he was officially appointed Waterton’s post master using his own residence as the post office. He moved to a new location on Fountain Avenue circa 1927 which was used as his personal residence and post office. He continued to serve as post master until 1949 or 1950 when he retired and moved to Victoria, British Columbia. During his years in Waterton he also served as a justice of the peace and later magistrate for both the provincial and federal governments. He was described as being a tireless community worker who was a charter member and second president of the Waterton Park Lions Club. He also helped raise money for the establishment of the Waterton Lions Community Hall. Mr. Harwood’s first wife died circa 1922 and he married Mrs. Minnie Kate Parker. Stephen Harwood spent his entire working life in Waterton first as park chauffeur and then mechanic, no mean feat given the fact that at age 16 he lost his left arm in a firearms accident. Stephen learned the art of photography/developing from his father, delving into advanced techniques such as taking photos with a self-timer. Stephen married Marjorie Cathcart and together they raised son Marvin in a home they built on Evergreen Avenue in Waterton. Arthur H. Harwood died in 1971 at the age of 94 in Victoria, British Columbia. His wife Minnie died at the age of 94 in 1977 in the same city. Their cremains and those of his son and daughter in law were buried in the Waterton Lakes National Park cemetery.
Scope and Content
Harwood Collection Negatives 2015.1083/001 File 2015.1083/001 to 008 2015.1083/009 to 016 2015.1083/017 to 023 2015.1083/024 to 033 2015.1083/034 to 037 2015.1083/038 to 040 2015.1083/041 to 043 2015.1083/044 to 046 2015.1083/047 to 051 2015.1083/052 to 057 2015.1083/058 to 060 2015.1083/061 to 063 2015.1083/064 to 066 2015.1083/067 to 069 2015.1083/070 to 072 2015.1083/073 to 075 2015.1083/076 to 078 2015.1083/079 to 082 2015.1083/002 digitized File 2015.1083/001 Black photo matts [12] in envelope 2015.1083/002 to 004 2015.1083/005 to 006 2015.1083/007 to 012 2015.1083/013 to 017 2015.1083/018 to 022 2015.1083/023 to 025 2015.1083/026 to 028 2015.1083/029 to 031 2015.1083/032 to 034 2015.1083/035 to 037 2015.1083/038 to 042 2015.1083/043 to 050 2015.1083/051 to 055 2015.1083/003 File negatives digitized 2015.1083/001 to 003 2015.1083/004 to 006 2015.1083/007 to 009 2015.1083/010 to 012 2015.1083/013 to 020 2015.1083/021 2015.1083/022 to 024 2015.1083/025 to 027 2015.1083/028 to 030 2015.1083/031 to 033 2015.1083/034 to 036 2015.1083/037 to 039 2015.1083/040 to 042 2015.1083/043 to 045 2015.1083/046 to 047 2015.1083/048 to 050 2015.1083/051 to 053 2015.1083/054 to 056 2015.1083/057 to 059 2015.1083/060 to 062 2015.1083/063 to 065 2015.1083/066 to 068 2015.1083/069 photocopies of images 10 double-sided pages 2015.1083/070 photocopies of images 5 double-sided pages 2015.1083/004 File Photographs digitized Photocopy of envelope 2015.1083/001 to 003 Stephen Harwood and others on a tractor 1920; Harwood family in color; Waterton Dance Hall 2015.1083/004 to 005 Wedding party in front of building; 4 copies of wedding party in the open. 2015.1083/006 Unidentified people standing on beached paddle wheeler in Waterton Lakes 2 copies and negative 2015.1083/007 Pop Harwood who bake the cake for Stephen and Marjorie’s wedding 1932 2015.1083/008 Pop and Minnie portrait. They are buried in Waterton 2015.1083/009 to 013 Homestead by Waterton; Stanley Hotel about 1935; Marvin & Mrs. Anderson; unidentified woman with skull?; Stephen Harwood’s revolver 2015.1083/014 to 018 Snow in Waterton;, Pop Harwood and children; Ann & Betty Anderson; Crandel Lodge surrounded by snow; A deer in the snow 1955 2015.1083/019 to 022 Snow scenes in Waterton 1955 2015.1083/023 to 028 Two men cleaning their guns; View of Waterton Lakes 2 copies; a toddler on a bike; Marjorie Harwood; Stephen and Marjorie Harwood 1943; dwelling on Spread Eagle Rood 2015.1083/029 to 032 Hauling hay in WLNP Stephen Harwood; Wedding of Stephen and Marjorie Harwood 2 views 1932; Turkey killing at Waterton. 2015.1083/033 to 040 Cabin in the woods; Four people pose on the rockes; Hunter with a mountain goat; hunter’s dog, gun and birds; Stephen Harwood holding gun and sitting on running board of car; Cabin, canoe and men; copy of paddle wheeler grounded on shore; hunters campsite. 2015.1083/041 to 046 Stephen Harwood drives a Park owned truck; The head of Waterton lake 1910 before buildings; Parade Float; Frank Flett takes a picture; Camping in nature; Park truck at Cameron Falls Stephen and Margorie Harwood 2015.1083/047 to 052 Unidentified man driving a horse-drawn wagon loaded with supplies; Stephen Harwood with snowshoes and dog; Building the entrance to the park road above Linnett; snow scene at Waterton; original bathhouse at Lake Linnet Stephen Harwood on the left, the other is unidentified; the sawmill at Linnet. 2015.1083/005 File Duplicate prints 2015.1083/001-006 Stephen Harwood with Pike; Trail ride ready; Trail ride up the mountain trail; The catch of the day; Marjorie Harwood hunting 1934; Heading down the trail. 2015.1083/007 to 009 Cabins in the mountains; Break for lunch Stephen Harwood 3rd from left; small imaged of log cabin 2 copies 2015.1083/010 to 012 Mountain scene 2 copies; cowboy in chaps 2015.1083/013 to016 Hunter with mountain sheep; skunk by trapped animal; Harwood Family Ranch Spread Eagle Road Island Lake; Mountain Goats travel a snowy trail. 2015.1083/017 to 019 Unidentified man standing in doorway holding a wrench; Mountain cabin and horses in winter 2 copies; Three men and their catch 2015.1083/020 to 021 Christmas Tree; Cabin by the lake 2015.1083/022 to 023 Hunter with deer, His rifle in supported by the antlers; Cabin by lake. 2015.1083/024 to 025 Men in snowy camp; Red Harrison on his horse 2015.1083/026 to 028 Mountain scene tent in foreground; Three-man team cutting logs; Two men fishing in a mountain stream 2015.1083/029 to 031 View of the Wterton Hotel. Cars parked in front 5 copies; Family and goods in travelling car with two RCMP Officers 3 copies; cutting logs with a machine 3 copies 2015.1083/032 to 035 cutting logs four-men team; Mountain head of Mountain Goat 2 copies; two men cleaning guns; Men building a log cabin 3 copies 2015.1083/036 to 037 Hunter and his deer 2 copies; portrait of an unidentified woman 3 copies 2015.1083/038 to 045 small duplicates of cowboys, cowgirls and homes 2015.1083/046 to 047 The Alleses? [name] on the lake; Two unidentified people heart shaped portraits. 2015.1083/048 Image of a mountain 2 copies 2015.1083/049 Portrait of John George Kootenay Brown 2 copies 2015.1083/050 An unidentified family pose with the car beside a lake 2015.1083/051 Side view of cowboy wearing chaps and a revolver on his hip 2015.1083/052 Same cowboy on his horse 2015.1083/053 Same cowboy poses in the trees 2015.1083/054 A winter’s campsite 2015.1083/055 Five men outside their cabin. One is holding a dog 2015.1083/056 Portrait of an unidentified man in suit and tie 2015.1083/006 Photocopies of images in suede cover album # 001-040 2015.1083/007 Album black small #041- 154 2015.1083/008 Large black #155- 241 2015.1083/009 Black with ship on cover # 509- 639 some duplicate images as noted. Selected images described 2015.1083/010 Interview and biography of Pops Harwood with jump drive. Other background documents printed off. All photo Albums are placed in Album shelf in appropriate section
Accession No.
20151083
Collection
Archive
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World Citizens Centre (WWC) fonds

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Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20061025
Physical Description
mixed media (2.51 m of textual records; ca. 2321 photographs: 1618 col. slides, 92 b&w and col. prints, 7 col. filmstrips (ca. 609 images), 2 negatives; 17 audio cassettes: ca. 16 hrs. 51 min; 3 VHS: 1 hr. 20 min.; 13 microfiche; 1 computer disk: 3” floppy.
Scope and Content
2006.1025/1 Newsletters: March 1983 – May 1990; 1983-1990. Textual records. Monthly publication of the World Citizens Centre (W.C.C.). A member questionnaire was sent out with a special May 1985 Annual General Meeting (AGM) edition of the newsletter that also included the By-Laws of the organizatio…
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
World Citizens Centre
Physical Description
mixed media (2.51 m of textual records; ca. 2321 photographs: 1618 col. slides, 92 b&w and col. prints, 7 col. filmstrips (ca. 609 images), 2 negatives; 17 audio cassettes: ca. 16 hrs. 51 min; 3 VHS: 1 hr. 20 min.; 13 microfiche; 1 computer disk: 3” floppy.
History / Biographical
On 6 November 1978 the World Citizens Centre opened its office, operating out of a space in Southminster Church located on 1101 4th Avenue South in Lethbridge. Earlier that year, in July a proposal for a new Third World Learner Centre in Lethbridge called the Family of Man Centre was submitted to the Alberta Committee for International Co-operation (A.C.I.C.) and was approved. That August the first Board of Directors was elected from the organizing committee and one of their first decisions was to change the name to Lethbridge World Citizens Cross-Cultural Centre which the group felt to be less sexist. The initial general meeting was held 25 October 1978 with the first AGM (Annual General Meeting) held in May 1979. By-laws were written and the centre was incorporated 1 February 1979. That year they began publishing a monthly newsletter, which in the 1990s would change its name to “Global Ink.” Early activities included participation in the Ten Days for World Development program in February 1979 and set the model for the centre’s strategy of working within existing service organizations, both secular and religious. Early board members represented various church and community groups as well as the University of Lethbridge. The centre acted as a tool for educators and provided a resource library with books, teaching kits and audio-visual presentations on international development, cultural awareness and global studies. An anti-racism initiative, The Tapestry Project, sought to educate teachers so they could better teach their students. Courses were also offered through the Lethbridge Lifelong Learning Association of which the World Citizens Centre was a member organization. The centre was also involved on varying levels with a number of other local and provincial organizations including the Development Education Coordinating Council of Alberta (DECCA), the Alberta Council for Global Justice, the Oposkaa’sin Early Intervention Society, Southern Alberta Professional Development Consortium and Lethbridge Immigrant Settlement Association (L.I.S.A.) to name a few. In addition to providing a resource for development education through the Learner Centre, the World Citizens Centre was involved several popular events, most notably the International Film Festival and the International Dinner. By 1995 federal cuts to the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) from which the centre received significant funding caused the centre to shift its focus to project-based grant funding. For a few years the centre managed on a project-to-project basis, but by 2000 it was forced to close its doors.
Scope and Content
2006.1025/1 Newsletters: March 1983 – May 1990; 1983-1990. Textual records. Monthly publication of the World Citizens Centre (W.C.C.). A member questionnaire was sent out with a special May 1985 Annual General Meeting (AGM) edition of the newsletter that also included the By-Laws of the organization. Missing Apr. – Aug., Nov. - Dec 1983; Jan. & Jul. 1984; Aug. & Nov. 1985; 1986; Jun. – Aug. 1987; Apr. 1988; Aug 1989. 2006.1025/2 Newsletters: June 1990 – July/August 1996; 1990 – 1996. Textual records. No august issues were published 1991-1994, although a “Summer” issue was released in 1995. Missing: Dec. 1990, Jul. – Dec 1991, Sep. – Oct. 1995. (July – Dec. 1991 in folder 2006.1025/63.) 2006.1025/3 International dinner; 1999. Graphic materal.Poster for the 1999 International dinner. 2006.1025/4 Teaching resource: various; 1994 – 1995. Textual records, publications. Education kits on various themes, some developed by groups at the University of Lethbridge (3 and 4). 1) “First Nations – The Unbroken Circle” (National Film Board of Canada program-book only) 2) “GrAde Expectations: A Multicultural Handbook for Teachers” (John W. Frisen, Mary Anna Harbeck, Elizabeth Crump-Dumesnil, and Anna Harbeck, editors) 3) “Going Global: A year of Global Themes for Grades 4 – 6” (Sara Coumantarakis for U[niversity] of L[ethbridge] E[ducation] 4809 – Summer Institute in Global Education) 4) “Going Global: Science Issues for the Junior High” (Louella Chronkhite, Liz Aurther, Lise Schmidt, and Wayne Youngward.) 2006.1025/5 [Teaching resource] “World Food Day”; 1985 – 1986. Textual records, poster: 61 x 76 cm Includes a large colour poster depicting the Earth with the text “Enough for All.” See also 2005.1025/115 (“The Question of Food” audio/visual presentation) and 2005.1025/154i (“Enough for All” filmstrip). 2006.1025/6 Teaching resources; 1981 – 1989. Publications. 1) “Global Issues in the Intermediate Classroom Grades 5-8” (Revised Ed.) (Jacqueline Johnson, John Benegar, and Laurel R. Singleton) 1989. 2) “A Two-Way Approach to Understanding: Issues in Education” (Rick McDaniel and Jim Petrie) 1981. 2006.1025/7 [Teaching resource] “Global Primer: Skills for a Changing World”; 1986. Publication. Social studies education tool written by H. Thomas Collins and Fred Czara for kindergarten through grade 8. 2006.1025/8 Fundraising/Donation Appeal; 1985 – 1997. Textual records, publication. Includes agenda from 24 Aug 1987, 1987 donor list and Canadian government publication “Everything you need to know to get started in direct mail fundraising” 2006.1025/9 Meeting minutes; 1985 – 1986. Textual records, posters: 28.5 x 22cm. Includes early W.C.C. event posters from 1978 to the early 1980s and agendas, meeting minutes, and reports from general and board of directors meetings from May 1985 through Jan. 1986. Also included are correspondences between board members and various external parties. 2006.1025/10 Meeting minutes; 1985 – 1988. Textual records. Includes minutes, agendas and reports from board of directors, programming committee, general and financial committee meetings. Also included is correspondence and material from the W.C.C.’s “sister” organizations such as DECCA (Development Education Coordinating Council of Alberta). 2006.1025/11 Teaching resources: Environmental education; 1993 – 1995. Textual records, publication, 1 VHS: 15 min. A variety of resources on the subject of environmental education. 1) “Woodland Caribou Survival” teaching kit, Government of Alberta 2) “Conservation Strategy Connections” 15min. VHS 3) “Marl Pond Trail” pamphlet 2006.1025/12 [Teaching resource] “Connecting Canada: A resource for Canadian Students”; 1992. Textual records, 2 VHS: 1 hr 5 min. Metropolitan Toronto School Board publication on citizenship and multiculturalism including a 387 page kit and 2 VHS tapes: “With Glowing Hearts” (55 min 21 sec) and “Song for Canada (3 min 5 sec)/ This is Our Home” (7 min). Acts as a supplement for Alberta high school curriculum. 2006.1025/13 [Teaching resource] Global Interconnections: A resource handbook for high school social studies teachers”; 1995. Textual records. Created as a part of the Alberta Global Education Project by Barbara Maheu, David Hein and Jody Osborne. 2006.1025/14 Meeting minutes; 1982 – 1983. Textual records. Minutes of the personnel committee as well as minutes and staff reports from the executive committee and a Learner Centre timeline for 1982-83. 2006.1025/15 Volunteer forms: opportunities; 1996 – 1998. Textual records. Various volunteer positions for the W.C.C. and related groups like the YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association) and the TELUS Community Service Program. 2006.1025/16 Meeting minutes; 1995 – 1998. Textual records. Minutes, agendas, staff reports, project proposals and correspondence with board members. Also included are materials related to the development of the Tapestry Project, a new office space and several other self-sustaining projects. 2006.1025/17 Volunteer forms #1; 1996 – 1999. Textual records. Includes a variety of styles of volunteer form used by the centre with information from potential volunteers and notes by centre workers on the eligibility of non-Canadian citizens to volunteer. 2006.1025/18 Volunteer forms #2; 1996 – 1997. Textual records. Volunteer applications and resumes from potential W.C.C. volunteers with notes from centre staff. 2006.1025/19 Volunteer forms #3; 1996. Textual records. Volunteer applications and resumes from potential W.C.C. volunteers with notes from centre staff. 2006.1025/20 Volunteer forms #4; 1996 – 1997. Textual records. Volunteer applications and resumes from potential W.C.C. volunteers and applied studies students from the university with notes from centre staff. 2006.1025/21 Volunteer forms #5; [1996 – 1997]. Textual records. Blank volunteer forms and a series of volunteer opportunities offered by the centre. 2006.1025/22 Meeting minutes; 1984. Textual records. Minutes and agendas from board of directors and executive meetings from 13 Jan. 1984 through 14 Dec. 1984. Also included is the report from the 6th AGM held 10 May 1984. 2006.1025/23 Meeting Minutes; 1978 – 1980. Textual records. Minutes and agendas from the foundation of the centre in 1978 to Oct. 1984. Also included are the reports from the 1st and 2nd AGMs and a compilation of policy items extracted from the minutes between 29 Jun. 1979 and 12 May 1980. 2006.1025/24 Meeting minutes; 1981. Textual records. Minutes and agendas from 14 Jan. 1981 through 7 Dec. 1981 and the annual report from the 3rd AGM held 26 May 1981. 2006.1025/25 Meeting minutes; 1982. Textual records. Minutes and agendas from 17 Jan. 1982 though 13 Dec. 1982 and the report from the 4th AGM held 2 Jun. 1982. Also includes are letters to the CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) from several Lethbridge groups in support of the W.C.C. 2006.1025/26 Meeting minutes; 1983. Textual records. Minutes and agendas from 17 Jan 1983 through 12 Dec. 1983 with the report from the 5th AGM held 15 Jun. 1983. 2006.1025/27 Work plan; 1983 – 1984. Textual records. Minutes from 13 Jan. 1983 and a work plan for July to December 1984. 2006.1025/28 [Teaching resource] “What We Can Do for Our Environment”; 1990. Soft-cover. “What We Can Do For Our Environment: hundreds of things to do now” Children’s book published by Environment Canada. 49 pages, soft-cover. 2006.1025/29 1997 Board of Directors and Events; 1997. Textual records. Packet listing the 1997 Board of Directors and scheduled events prepared for the W.C.C.’s insurance company. 2006.1025/30 Insurance Documents; 1994 – 1997. Textual records Copies of the W.C.C.’s insurance policies , which contain detailed lists of their library and equipment holdings. 2006.1025/31 Insurance Documents; 1985 – 1993. Textual records. Copies of the W.C.C.’s insurance policies , which contain detailed lists of their library and equipment holdings. 2006.1025/32 Tax Forms; 1985 – 1991. Textual records Income information for the W.C.C. and its job creation program 1985 – 1991. 2006.1025/33 Phone Interview (Survey); 1995. Textual records. Results from a 1995 telephone survey of members or affiliated individuals regarding their thoughts on the centre. 2006.1025/34 Job Descriptions; 1984 – 1994. Textual records. Short descriptions of paid positions at the W.C.C. including a variety of coordinator jobs 2006.1025/35 International Development (Ten days); 1998 – 2000. Textual records, poster: 43 x 55.5 cm. Promotional material related to the Jubilee year/Ten days for Global Justice project, which is an inter-faith global development project focusing on debt cancellation for the developing. 2006.1025/36 Lethbridge Lifelong Learning Association; 1996 – 2000. Textual records. Reports, agendas, minutes and correspondences related to the LLLA (Lethbridge Lifelong Learning Association). The W.C.C. was a member association of the LLLA, which operated out of the Lethbridge Community College. The association provided grant funding for educational projects. Included are applications for several of these projects and the 1996 annual report and several volunteer forms. 2006.1025/37 1995 Parliamentary budget appeal; 1995. Textual records. Documents pertaining to 1995 federal budget cuts including letters of support for the centre and project proposals. Also, material from a crisis workshop dealing with budget cuts. 2006.1025/38 Membership lists & forms; 1996 – 2000. Textual records. Lists of centre members and membership forms filled out my new members. 2006.1025/39 Newspaper clippings; 1995. Textual records. Clippings of articles from “The Lethbridge Herald” relating to federal funding cuts facing the W.C.C. 2006.1025/40 International Development; 1999 – 2000. Textual records, 2 posters: (23 x 43 - 43.5 x 16.5 cm) Various materials including 2 posters and several pamphlets relating to a number of development campaigns. 2006.1025/41 Personnel file; 1985 – 1997. Textual records. Includes a copy of the W.C.C. Personnel Policy, Overtime Agreement, and a personal reference for L. Takeda written by R. Leah. 2006.1025/42 Communications workshop material, donation appeals; 1994 – 1999. Textual records. Material from a workshop on effective communication with seminars on cross-gender interactions. Included are pamphlets on alternative Christmas gifts. 2006.1025/43 Tapestry Project; 1984 – 1997. Textual records. Proposals, applications and project summaries for the “Anti-Racist Schooling and Teacher Education Project” that includes the W.C.C.’s Tapestry Project. 2006.1025/44 Applied studies – Tanya Cook; 1997. Textual records. Documents produced by Tanya Cook in the course of her term as an applied studies student with the W.C.C. Also included are performance evaluations and job descriptions. 2006.1025/45 Tapestry Project; 1984 – 1998. Textual records Documents relating to the Tapestry Project run by the W.C.C., a multiculturalism and cultural sensitivity education project that provided education for teachers working with students from a variety of backgrounds. It also provided materials for educating all students on different cultures. The majority of these materials focus on teaching First Nations students and sharing cultures. 2006.1025/46 Teaching resources – “International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination”; 1991 – 1997. Textual records, 2 posters: 28 x 43 cm. Materials from the March 21st campaign including posters, pamphlets, and other anti-racism promotional material. Articles from “The Lethbridge Herald” reporting the day’s events are also included. 2006.1025/47 Tapestry Project; 1995 – 1998. Textual records Documents relating to the Tapestry Project run by the W.C.C., a multiculturalism and cultural sensitivity education project that provided education for teachers working with students from a variety of backgrounds. It also provided materials for educating all students on different cultures. The majority of these materials focus on teaching First Nations students and sharing cultures. Contains material from organizations like the Oposkaa’sin Early Intervention Society, Southern Alberta Professional Development Consortium and Lethbridge Immigrant Settlement Association (L.I.S.A.). 2006.1025/48 Publication subscription cards. 1984-1994. Textual records. 7.5 x 12.5 cm cards with publication titles and addresses written or typed on them along with the cost, last subscription renewal date and due date of the subscription. 2006.1025/49 Teaching resources; 1993 – 1997. Textual records, publication. Also included is a reading quiz that accompanies “12 Multicultural Novels.” 1) “Educating in Global Times: Race, Class, Gender (and other processes of Normalization)”, University of Alberta, March 14-15, 1997, Graduate Studies Research Conference. 1997. 2) “12 Multicultural Novels: reading and teaching strategies” (Monica Wood) 1997. 3) “Global Issues for the 1990s” (Johnathan Fore and Heidi Hursh) 1993. 2006.1025/50 Volunteer time log; 1996 – 1997. Textual records. Sheets from the W.C.C. volunteer binder included on the logs are the volunteer’s name, date, hours volunteered and activity performed. 2006.1025/51 Teaching resources; 1989 – 1995. Publications. Publications developed in part at the University of Lethbridge. The first listed was co-authored by W.C.C. schools coordinator Louella Cronkhite for the Alberta Global Education Project. 1) “The Holos Quest: Towards creating a healthy school in a healthy community on a healthy planet.” (Louella Cronkhite, Brenda Stendebach, Eliy McAllister, and Karen Thomas) 1995. Alberta Global Education Project. 2) “Images of Indians” (Julie Bopp, art by Susan McCallum) 1989. Four Winds Development Project. 2006.1025/52 [Teaching resource] “Unity in Diversity”; 1989. Publication. Produced by the Four Winds Development Project at the University of Lethbridge. Written by Julie Bopp with artwork by Susan McCallum. 2006.1025/53 Meeting minutes; 1984 – 1986. Textual records. Minutes, agendas, and reports from the W.C.C. board of directors, Learner Centre, and sister organization DECCA from 13 Jan. 1984 through 14 Dec 1984. Project proposals for 1985 and 1986 are also included. 2006.1025/54 Teaching resources and public relations material; 1989 – 1996. Textual records, publications. 1) “Primary School Kit on the United Nations” 1995. (David Barrs and Maura Juffkins, eds.) 2) “Facilitators Guide to Participatory Decision-Making” 1996. (Sam Kerner with Lenny Lind, Catherine Toldi, Sarah Fisk and Duane Berger) 3) “Children of the World: a primary unit” 1990 (Earl Choldin, Terri Franks, Marya Jarvy, Lucretia Martenet, and Barb Sargent) Alberta Global Education Project. 4) “Project Peace” promotional materials. (pamphlet, radio ad script, Public relations plan) [1995] 5) “Global Child: multicultural resources for young children” 1991 (Maureen Cech) 6) “Teaching About Cultural Awareness” 1989 (Gary Smith and George Otero) 2006.1025/55 Newsletters and resource catalogue; 1982 – 1999. Textual records. Interim resource catalogue from Feb. 1989 and material related to the W.C.C.’s goals with newsletters from Jan. 1982 to Mar. 1982. Also included are newsletters dating from Jun./Jul. 1997, Nov. 1997 to Feb. 1998, Apr./May 1998, Feb./Mar. 1999 and Nov./Dec. 1999 that were printed under the title of “Global Ink”. 2006.1025/56 Bylaws and personnel policy; 1990 – 1994. Textual records. Includes “World Citizens Learner Centre Bylaws from 1979 (Revised 1985, 1986 and 1990 with Amendments)” and staff performance review forms. 2006.1025/57 Teaching resources; 1985 – 2000. Textual records, publications. 1) “Voices Issue 8” (Magazine) Autumn 1998 2) “Teaching Global Awareness Using the Media.” 1985. (Steven L. Lamy, roger B. Myers, Debbie Von Vihl, and Katherine Weeks) 3) CDI (Cultural Diversity Institute) Newsletter, Winter 2000 4) “What in the World is Going On? Opportunities for Canadians to Work, Volunteer or Study in Developing Countries.” 1987, paperback (Canadian Bureau for International Education) 5) “Planethood: The Key to Your Survival and Prosperity.” 1988, paperback, (Benjamin B. Ferencz and Ken Keys Jr.) 6) “New Internationalist.”(magazine) issues 287-324 (Jan. / Feb. 1997 – Jun. 2000). Missing issues: 290 (May 1997), 309 (Jan. / Feb. 1999), 320 (Jan. / Feb. 2000), and 323 (May 2000). 7) “The Americas and the Caribbean: Activity Sheets – Families of the World.” 1989. (CIDA) 8) “East Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific: Activity Sheets – Families of the World.” 1991 (Media Sphere and CIDA) 9) “Women...a world survey” 1985 (Ruth Leger Sivard) 10) “The Media and Public Issues: a guide for teaching critical mindedness 1990. (Walter Werner and Kenneth Nixon) 2006.1025/58 Teaching resources; 1984 – 1992. Textual records, publications Includes a library borrowing card for “A Two-Way Approach to Understanding: Issues in Education”, a copy of which can be found in 2006.1025/6. 1) “Another Day Older and Deeper in Debt” (Leslie Carlyle-Ebert, ed.) [1991] (project of Calgary Interfaith Community Action Association, DECCA, CIDA, and Public Participation Program 2) “Passport to Understanding, Grades K – 6” 1992. (Kaaren Gray) 3) ”Teaching About Global Awareness with Simulations & Games” 1984 (Steven L. Lamy, roger B. Myers, Debbie Von Vihl, and Katherine Weeks) 2006.1025/59 Teaching resources; [1993 – 1998]. Textual records. A partial package (pages 11-166) on environmental science published by CIDA. included are resources on human rights from the Alberta Government Human Rights Citizenship Commission and teaching resources from World Vision Canada on debt reduction and hunger (“Playing Fair”). 2006.1025/60 International dinner; 1993 – 1999. Textual records, graphic material. Cookbooks, menus meeting agendas, posters (22 cm x 28 cm), placemats (43 x 28cm) and planning material relating to the W.C.C.’s International Dinner events 1993-1999. 2006.1025/61 Board development and annual reports; 1981 – 1994. Textual records, publications. World Citizens Centre Orientation Manual (May 1991 preliminary copy), Bylaws (1986), Annual Reports 1990/91, 1992/92 and 1992/93. 1) “Building a Better Board: a guide to effective leadership” 1984 (Andrew Swanson) 2) “Organizing: a guide for grassroots leaders” [1982] (Si Kahn) copies of pages 2-19, 89-108. 3) “The Board of Directors: a board manual for non-profit organizations” 1989(Pat Holt for The Community Volunteer Centre – Lethbridge Association) 4) “Get on Board: a working guide to better board development” 1992 (Mathew S. Kuefler / Edmonton Social Planning Council) 2006.1025/62 International dinner planning handbook; [1996]. Textual records, signs, 3 ½” computer disk (floppy disk) Material from the W.C.C. binder for planning the International Dinner event. Includes templates for thank-you letters/cards, reserved signs, sponsorship letters, and various planning timelines covering the different aspects of the event along with a 3 ½” floppy disk containing related documents. 2006.1025/63 Newsletters; 1991. Textual records. W.C.C. newsletters from Jul. / Aug. 1991 to Dec. 1991. 2006.1025/64 Meeting minutes; 1989 – 2000. Textual records. Minutes, agendas, reports and proposals from W.C.C. board of directors, Learner Centre, and DECCA meetings between Nov. 1989 and the demise of the W.C.C. in Jun. 2000. Also, correspondence and annual reports for 1989/90 and 1994/95. 2006.1025/65 Meeting minutes; 1979 – 2000. Textual records. Minutes, reports, and agendas from May 1988 to Nov. 1989 and list of Board of Directors members from 1980-2000. Also includes newspaper articles from 1979. 2006.1025/66 Computer purchases; 1988 – 1998. Textual records material related to the purchase of computers for the W.C.C. and software related documents. 2006.1025/67 CANCOPY; 1995 – 1997. Textual records. Documents regarding Copyright law and the W.C.C.’s responsibilities. 2006.1025/68 Consumer & Corporate Affairs; 1986 – 1996. Textual records. Documents from the Consumer and Corporate Affairs branches of the federal and provincial governments. regarding the W.C.C.’s society status. 2006.1025/69 Display board purchase; 1992. Textual records. Materials related to the purchase of display boards for the W.C.C. 2006.1025/70 Financial reports 1995 – 1997, blank forms; 1995-1997. Textual records. 2006.1025/71 Funding resources; 1994 – 2000. Textual records, publications. Information from several foundations that offer funding for non-profit groups, includes “Report of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 1994” (soft-cover). 2006.1025/72 Societies Act and name change; 1978 – 1998. Textual records. Documents relating to the incorporation of the W.C.C. as a society and its name change from the “Lethbridge World Citizens Cross-Cultural Centre” to the “World Citizens Centre – Lethbridge” as of 11 Sep. 1981. Included is the original certificate of incorporation (see 2006.1025/147 for certificate of name change). 2006.1025/73 Personnel policies and employment standards; 1982 – 1991. Textual records. Contains the Feb. 1991 draft World Citizens Centre Personnel Policy and versions from Mar. 1982, Dec. 1985, Jul. 1984 (Interim Amendments), Apr. 1984, and copies with working notes. See also 2006.1025/41 & 2006.1025/57 for alternative 1984 and 1985 versions. Also includes Alberta government publication, “Regulations and Excerpts from the Employment Standards Code”. 2006.1025/74 Southern Alberta Diversity Initiative; 1996 – 2000. Textual records. Contact list, fax communications, and funding information related to the Southern Alberta Diversity Initiative (SADI) project of the W.C.C. 2006.1025/75 Job descriptions; 1986 – 1990. Textual records Applications, resumes and job postings for Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP) positions offered thought the W.C.C. 2006.1025/76 Strategic planning; 1986 – 1996. Textual records, 2 charts: 60.5 x 45.5 cm Marketing and research reports compiled by University of Lethbridge students with surveys of non-members are included. Surveys of members can be found in 2006.1025/33. Also includes workshop materials focusing on strategic planning for the W.C.C. along with similar documents from related organizations (DECCA, Alberta Council for Global Justice). 2006.1025/77 Time sheets and meeting minutes; 1985 – 1998. Textual records. Blank and completed time sheets noting the various activities performed by staff during shifts from 1995 through Jan. 1998. Also, minutes from Sep. 1992 AGM. 2006.1025/78 Learner Centre history & development; [1982 – 1996]. Textual records. Resource catalogues from 1982, 1990, and 1996 with a timeline for the 1983/4 Learner Centre activities explaining the programs for the period. Also includes “An Operational Strategy for Development Education in the ‘80s” published by the CCIC (Canadian Council for International Co-operation) and other promotional materials. 2006.1025/79 Worker’s Compensation – WCB; 1995 – 1998. Textual records. Materials including correspondence, publications, forms and newsletters from the Workers Compensation Board. 2006.1025/80 Resource room guest book; 1989 – 2000. Textual record. Sign-in guest book from the W.C.C.’s resource room of the Learner Centre. The book is embossed with “GUESTS” in gold letters on a faux leather navy blue cover with “World Citizens Centre Resource Room” in black marker. 2006.1025/81 Computer purchase; 1988. Textual records. Maintenance agreement and letter regarding a 1988 purchase of a computer for the W.C.C. 2006.1025/82 Human rights; [1995]. Textual record, publications. Government publications regarding human rights put out by the Governments of Canadian and Alberta. 2006.1025/83 Bow Chinook Barter Bulletin; 1996. Publication. Volume 1, issue 1 of a newspaper dedicated to advocating the benefits of bartering as an alternative to a cash-based economy. 2006.1025/84 Select invoices 1995-1996; 1995 – 1996. Textual records. Collection of invoices issued to the W.C.C. for services such as Lethbridge Herald advertisements, rental of the Sterndal-Bennett Theatre, and liquor for the International Film Festival. 2006.1025/85 Receipt books; 1992 – 1996. Textual records. W.C.C. receipt books for charitable donations and other income. 2006.1025/86 Board of directors 1997/8; 1997 – 1998. Textual records. Task sheets, board member information, agendas and minutes for Nov. 1997 to Jan. 1998. 2006.1025/87 Volunteer binder; [before 1995]. Textual Records. Variations of the orientation manual (also found in 2006.1025/61) with blank volunteer logs, volunteer contracts, information sheets and literature on training and maintaining volunteer staff. See also 2006.1025/15, 2006.1025/17-2006.1025/21, 2006.1025/50. 2006.1025/88 [Meeting minutes] Board minutes, 1978/79, 1980, 1981; 1978 – 1989. Textual records. Correspondence, minutes, agendas and reports from board of directors meetings, program committee, and executive committee meetings 25 Oct. 1978 to 13 Nov. 1981. Also includes list of board members throughout the 1980s. 2006.1025/89 Anti-hate / human rights; 1995 – 2000. Textual records. Promotional information including letter-size posters, pamphlets, booklets and documents pulled from the world-wide-web on human rights/anti-hate campaigns. Also includes promotional material for W.C.C. projects like the 12th International Film Festival (1997), and Tapestry Project. 2006.1025/90 1995 Final report; 1995. Textual record. Yearly financial report for 1994-1995. 2006.1025/91 Financial; 1996 – 1998. Textual records Receipt book covering Apr. 1996 through Mar. 1997 along with a description of accounts for 1998. 2006.1025/92 Financial statements; 1983 – 1994. Textual records. Yearly financial reports and correspondence between the W.C.C. and their accountants. 2006.1025/93 Public information returns 1985 – 1995 and Alberta annual returns 1982-1984; 1982-1995. Textual records. Final reports commenting on the yearly activities of the charity can be found attached to the yearly returns. 2006.1025/94 Cash Journal (Sales Items and Centre Generated Income); 1995 – 1999. Textual records. Black itemized ledger measuring 19 x 24 x 1 cm. covering 26 Apr. 1995 through 19 Feb. 1999 2006.1025/95 1996 Financial statement; 1996. Textual record. Yearly financial report for 1995-1996. 2006.1025/96 Select invoices 1997; 1997. Textual records. A variety of expenses paid by the W.C.C. including purchase of new resources, damage to a rental space, and repayment of monies fro an overpayment by an Alberta Community Employment (ACE) project. 2006.1025/97 Funding information (foundations and corporations); 1987 – 1993 Textual records, 13 Microfiches. Correspondence and promotional material from a variety of funding bodies including an April 1989 listing of Canadian charitable organizations on 13 microfiches. Also includes 40 public information returns for possible grant sources. 2006.1025/98 Project proposals and funding applications; 1997 – 1999. Textual records, publications. Correspondence, fax communications, government publications, funding applications, and project proposals from 1997-1999 for various W.C.C. projects. Includes agenda for 18 Jan. 1998 board meeting and agenda and attendance sheet for the 13 Jan. 1998 L.I.S.A. meeting. 2006.1025/99 Honouring our Cultures (workshop); 1997. textual records. Documents relating to the staging of a cultural diversity workshop funded in part with grant money from Canadian Heritage. Includes correspondences, grant proposals, workshop schedules and planning notes. 2006.1025/100 Canadian Race Relations Foundation; 1998. Textual records Budget guidelines, nomination forms, questionnaire and grant application. 2006.1025/101 Alberta Council for Global Justice; 1995 – 1997. Textual records. Newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes, memos and bylaws. 2006.1025/102 Funding resources; 1995 – 1997. Textual records. Correspondence forms and promotional material for funding organizations plus material for provincial STEP (Summer Temporary Employment Program) and federal SCP (Summer Career Placement) grant positions. 2006.1025/103 Agricultural Initiatives Program; 1997 – 1998. Textual records. Correspondence, grant applications, promotional material and budget reports for a food safety project. 2006.1025/104 Lethbridge Lifelong Learning Association; 1997 – 1998. Textual records, map: 21.5x 28.5 cm Contact list, forms, annual reports and coarse descriptions for W.C.C. classes offered through the LLLA. also included is a 21.5 x 28.5 cm map of LCC (Lethbridge Community College). 2006.1025/105 Wildrose Foundation Grants; 1991 – 2000. Textual records. Applications, proposals, correspondence, letters of support and publications regarding the Wildrose Foundation – An Alberta Government Lottery Funded Foundation. 2006.1025/106 Women’s retreat and funding; 1997 – 1998. Textual records. Fax communications and correspondence between Ronnie Leah and various organizations regarding the planning of a women’s retreat and several incoming cheques. 2006.1025/107 Financial correspondence and membership forms; 1997 – 1988. Textual records. Membership application for organizational membership in the Community Volunteer Centre (Lethbridge) for 1998. Also included are several letters regarding donations and grant monies with a letter from The Lethbridge Herald and pages from the 19 Apr. 1997 paper featuring W.C.C. advertisements for the International Dinner. 2006.1025/108 Teaching resources; 1996 – 1998. Textual records. Items relating to the Tapestry Project, global justice, Native studies, gender studies, and peace advocacy. Includes resource catalogues, correspondence, and teaching materials lists. 2006.1025/109 Southern Alberta Art Gallery workshop [Reviewing the Mosaic]; 1996. Textual records, poster (8 ½” x 14”). Pamphlets, correspondence, newspaper article, poster and workshop agendas from a July 1996 youth workshop at SAAG (Southern Alberta Art Gallery) addressing racism though video. Includes the Summer 1996 issue of “Gallery”, the SAAG quarterly publication. 2006.1025/110 Various workshops [Ronnie Leah]; 1996 – 1999. textual records. Material relating to several workshops organized by W.C.C. member Ronnie Leah, Ph. D. (Education & Sociology) including “Honouring our Stories”, “Workshop on Cultural Identity, Native People and Racism”, “Act for Change! Empowering Women through Popular Theatre”, and “The Ripple Effect Festival”. Also includes a summary of the “Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People, 1996”. 2006.1025/111 Tapestry Project; 1984, 1996 – 1997. Textual records. Newspaper articles, presentations to school boards, statistics, and promotional material. Also, school board material from Lethbridge School District #51, Holy Spirit Catholic Schools, the Calgary Board of Education, and a 1984 document from the Toronto Board of Education titled “ Race Relations Program – Phase II” 2006.1025/112 Curriculum development; 1989 – 1998. Textual records. Materials including newsletters, agendas, reports, pamphlets and research papers from the Social Studies Council of the Alberta Teachers Association, the Alberta Middle School Association Conference (A.M.S.A.C.) and the Centre for the Study of Curriculum Instruction. 2006.1025/113 Tapestry Project and South Western Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association; [1996 – 1998]. Textual records. Newsletters, newspaper clippings, correspondences, programme, teaching and promotional material, and reports on teaching students from different backgrounds compiled from conventions held 1996-1998 by S.W.A.T.C.A. (South Western Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association). 2006.1025/114 Towards a New World [Cablenet 12]; 1992 – 1998; Textual records. Newspaper clippings, program notes, program schedules, promotional material, correspondence, contact list and survey related to the W.C.C. public television program “Towards a New World” hosted by centre education coordinator Louella Cronkhite. Also includes a CRTC (Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunication Commission) Decision and material relating to funding cuts facing public television. 2006.1025/115 [Teaching resource] The Question of Food; 1987. Textual records, soft-cover book, 1 audio cassette: 23 min 30 sec, 91 photographs: 1 col. filmstrip (35mm). (audio cassette, filmstrip & book in fair condition) “The Question of Food: a teaching unit on world food issues” (World Food Day Association and Teachers Press, 1987) Mixed-media materials for a program on hunger including a pamphlet, book, resource readings sheets, and colour filmstrip with audio program. 2006.1025/116 Slide presentation; [1977 – 198-] 124 photographs: col. slides. (poor condition) Slides numbered 1 to 139 forming a presentation on development. Missing slides: 17, 22, 25, 38, 42, 48, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 79, 94, 106, and 109. Slides 7, 19, 27, 52, 78, 89, 118, 112, and 126 were found haphazardly placed in a carousel at the end of the presentation from 2006.1025/151 2006.1025/117 Audio-visual presentations; [1979 – 199-] Textual records, ca 643 photographs: 155 col. slides, 5 col. filmstrips; 14 audio cassettes: ca. 14 hrs: 31 min. 30 sec (poor to good condition) Audiovisual: a) “Family life in the Homelands (South Africa)” [198-] (United Church of Canada) 96 photographs: 1 colour filmstrip; 1 audio cassette: 47 min b) “Seeking a Just Society: The Church and Justice/Reading the Signs of the Times” [198-?] (Canadian Catholic Development and Peace) ca. 140 photographs: 2 colour filmstrips; 1 audio cassette: ca 30 min (repaired leader tape) c) “All in Our Family” [198-] (United Church of Canada) includes script, 102 photographs: 1 colour filmstrip; 1 audio cassette: 18 min. 30 sec. (repaired leader tape) d) “I Was Asked to Draw this Picture on World Development” 1979. (Poster Expo National Committee) ca 150 photographs: 1 colour filmstrip; 1 audio cassette: 44 min e) “Southern Africa: Under Siege/Standing for Global Justice” [198-] (Canadian Catholic Development and Peace) 155 photographs: colour slides; 1 audio cassette: ca. 90 min. (repaired leader tape) Audio: 1) Untitled BASF CR-EII audio cassette. [198-] Recording of public presentation on Apartheid including account of uprising in Soweto, South Africa. 1 audio cassette: 90 min. (repaired leader tape) 2) “The Secret Wars of the CIA – John Stockwell” [198-]. (The Other America’s Radio) 2 audiocassettes: 2 hrs. 52 min. (repaired leader tape on each cassette) 3) “It’s a Matter of Survival – David Suzuki” 1989. (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) 5 audiocassettes: ca. 5 hrs. (repaired leader tape on all cassettes) 4) Unmarked black mix-tape. [199-?] musical mix tape featuring a variety of musical styles. 1 audiocassette: ca 90 min (repaired leader tape) 2006.1025/118 Slides; [1987 or 1988]. 14 photographs: col. slides. Images of W.C.C. members at South Country Fair in Fort Macleod, and participating a Peace March and letter writing campaign and World Food Day. Some individuals are identified. 2006.1025/119 Slides [Headlines]; [ca. 1988]. 10 photographs: col. slides. Images of newspaper headlines on various subjects collaged together. 2006.1025/120 [Slides] Film fest; 1980. 5 photographs: col. slides. Images of the Lethbridge Public Library and Bowman Arts Centre. 2006.1025/121 [Slides] Sept ’87; 1987. 20 photographs: col. slides. Agricultural images and pictures of children playing with a piñata. 2006.1025/122 [Slides] Might use; [1980 – 1988]. 11 photographs: col. slides Images found in a case marked ‘might use’ including shots from World Food Day, Peace March, protests in Nicaragua, and the W.C.C. library. 2006.1025/123 [Slides] Library resources; [ca. 1988] 25 photographs: col. slides. Images showing the W.C.C. library and its resources. 2006.1025/124 [Slides] Labelled slides from video? + unlabelled; [ca. 1988] 29 photographs: col. slides. Various images used in W.C.C. presentations including photographs of prints and newspaper/magazine articles. Topics include Apartheid, the Hungarian revolution, 3rd World debt and development. 2006.1025/125 [Slides] might need; [1987 – 1988] 29 photographs: col. slides. Images of W.C.C. events including shots of members during a letter writing campaign for Amnesty International, World Food Day, South Country Fair, Human Rights Day and an International Dinner. 2006.1025/126 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 29 photographs: col. slides. Various images of W.C.C. events including some from an AGM, International Dinner, letter writing campaign, and library resources. 2006.1025/127 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 28 photographs: col. slides. Various images of W.C.C. events including some from and International Dinner and shots of library resources. 2006.1025/128 Slides (Unlabelled); 1980 – 1988. 36 photographs: col. slides. Various images depicting agricultural scenes, W.C.C. library resources, headlines, and a peace rally. 2006.1025/129 Slides (Unlabelled); [1980 – 1988]. 35 photographs: col. slides. Various images depicting W.C.C. related events such as World Food Day, International Dinners, along with images relating to development and debt. 2006.1025/130 Slides (Unlabelled); [1980 – 1988]. 34 photographs: col. slides. Various images depicting W.C.C. related events such as World Food Day, International Dinners, along with images relating to Apartheid and human rights. 2006.1025/131 [Slides] Int’l [international] dinner 1988 slide show 2; 1980 – 1988. 40 photographs: col. slides. Slides from the presentation given at the International Dinner in 1988. 2006.1025/132 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 35 photographs: col. slides. Images showing scenes of Lethbridge and international development projects. 2006.1025/133 [Slides] 6; [1987 – 1988]. 35 photographs: col. slides. Images of Galt Gardens in downtown Lethbridge and international development projects. Also includes images of musical performances. 2006.1025/134 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 19 photographs: col. slides. Images from Lethbridge including picture of the Chinese National League building. Also includes images from the W.C.C. public television program “Towards a New World” 2006.1025/135 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 29 photographs: col. slides. Images from W.C.C. related events including an International Dinner and news conference. Also includes shots of a W.C.C. merchandise table, letter writing campaign, and children playing with a piñata. 2006.1025/136 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 36 photographs: col. slides. Images of events around Lethbridge including shots of Lethbridge Collegiate Institute (L.C.I.), a local high school. 2006.1025/137 Slides (Unlabelled); [1988]. 29 photographs: col. slides. Images of international political unrest and a mobile health unit. 2006.1025/138 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 16 photographs: col. slides. Images of Lethbridge including shots of Galt Gardens and the Lethbridge Soup Kitchen. Also, South Country Fair and the W.C.C. library. 2006.1025/139 [Slides] On centre, Int’l [international] Dinner stuff; 1985-1986. 31 photographs: col. Slides. Images relating to the W.C.C. International Dinner held in 1986. 2006.1025/140 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 26 photographs: col. slides. Images of W.C.C. library resources and shots of the Chinese National League building on 2nd Avenue South. 2006.1025/141 Slides (Unlabelled); [1980 – 1988]. 17 photographs: col. slides. Images of international development. 2006.1025/142 [Slides] Video slides; [1988]. 12 photographs: col. Slides. Images of Lethbridge Collegiate Institute (L.C.I.) and the W.C.C. resource library. 2006.1025/143 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 20 photographs: col. slides. Images of collaged newspaper headlines, agriculture, and international development. 2006.1025/144 Slides (Unlabelled); [1987 – 1988]. 28 photographs: col. slides. Images of Lethbridge including shots of the University of Lethbridge, Oldman River valley and various W.C.C. events. 2006.1025/145 [Slides] Peace march, peace festival (jug band, marimba band, wreck on hwy [highway]. Kitty Howe); [1987 – 1988]. 19 photographs: col. slides. Images of local (Lethbridge) events including the Peace March moving along 4th Avenue South. 2006.1025/146 Slides (Unlabelled); [1980 – 1988]. 32 photographs: col. slides. Images of W.C.C. events around Lethbridge including the International Film Festival, Peace March, and shots of the resource library. Also includes images of the Chinatown block of downtown Lethbridge. 2006.1025/147 Photographs (development/aid workers in developing world); [ca. 1970-1990]. 11 photographs: 20 x 25.5 cm col. prints. Images of agricultural and educational development work in various locations, possibly South Africa and Nicaragua. 2006.1025/148 Certificates; 1981, 1994. Textual records. Certificate noting the official name change of the “Lethbridge World Citizens Cross-Cultural Centre” to “World Citizens Centre – Lethbridge” effective 11 Sep. 1981. Also included is a “Certificate of Appreciation” from the office of the president of the African National Congress (Nelson Mandela) to recognise the W.C.C.’s support of voter education during the 1994 South African elections. 2006.1025/149 [Teaching resource] This is Apartheid – South Africa Today; 1979. Textual record, 110 photographs: col. slides, 1 audio cassette: ca 90 mins. Slides marked 1 to 113 forming a presentation on Apartheid with a script and audio cassette. Missing slides 27, 50, and 77. (Cassette leader tape repaired). 2006.1025/150 Slide presentation: Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace – Share lent campaign; 1982. 79 photographs: col. slides. Slides numbering 1 to 80 forming a presentation on Development and Peace’s Share Lent campaign. Missing slide 16. Slides 21, 23, and 38 found haphazardly placed in the carousel at the end of the presentation from 2006.1025/151. 2006.1025/151 Slide presentation: Nicaragua (Central American Education Project); 1983. 100 photographs: col. slides. Slides numbering 1 to 116 forming a presentation on Nicaragua. Missing slides: 7, 15, 21, 22, 28, 31, 34, 43, 58, 63, 64, 74, 78, 80, 81, and 114. This presentation was found in a carousel with small portions of other presentations placed randomly at the end. 2006.1025/152 [Slide presentation] The working people of Central America; 1983. 134 photographs: col. slides. Slides numbered 1 to 138 forming a slide presentation on Central America. Missing slides 36, 44, 92, and 127. Slides 13, 21, 47, 124, and 125 found with 2006.1025/151. Slides 11 and 19 found with 2006.1025/153. 2006.1025/153 [Slide presentation] Dependency by Design; [198-]. 117 photographs: col. slides. Slides from a presentation on colonialism and development in Latin America, those in sleeve 2006.1025/153vi found with 2006.1025/151. 2006.1025/154 Audiovisual presentations; 1987-1988. Textual records; 105 photographs: 1 col. filmstrip, 75 col. slides.; 1 audio cassette: 16 mins. Three Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace presentations including “Enough for All”, “The Earth Can Feed All”, and “Profile Brazil”. The first two include audio programs on cassette, while the last is accompanied by a paper script. Documents and promotional materials are also included. 2006.1025/155 Passport to the future; 1993. 12 photographs: 2 col. negatives (35 mm), 10 col. prints (15 x 10 cm). Images of students from an unknown elementary school with shots taken in a gymnasium during an assembly presentation possibly by a W.C.C. group. Other images show circle dancing on 22 Oct. 1993 and a registration table for the “Passport to the Future” conference. Also included are copies of the orientation of the images in their original sleeves in a small grey photo album. 2006.1025/156 Photos; [199-]. 26 photographs: b&w prints (8.7 x 12 cm) Images from an International Dinner including fashion show held at McKillop United Church. 2006.1025/157 Photos; [199-]. 8 photographs: b&w prints (8.7 x 12 cm) Images from an International Dinner including a band performance held a McKillop United Church 2006.1025/158 Photos; [199-]. 15 photographs: b&w prints (8.7 x 12 cm) Images of volunteers working in the kitchen and the desert table at an International Dinner held at McKillop United Church 2006.1025/159 Photos; [199-]. 17 photographs: b&w and col. prints (8.7 x 12 cm to 10 x 15 cm) A variety of images depicting W.C.C. members and events including meetings, International Dinners and classroom visits. 2006.1025/160 Board member lists; 1997. Textual records. Lists of various incarnations of the W.C.C. Board of Directors and corresponding dates. Printed on marbled blue paper, these lists were posted at a W.C.C. event along with the accompanying sign. (Adhesive tape was removed from the papers, which were housed in a box with scrap books for the organization.) 2006.1025/161 1978/79 report; 1979. Textual records. Three pages from a 1978/79 report of the organizations activities submitted by W.C.C. coordinator, Shaun Ward and chairman of the board, Dr. Phil McKinnon. 2006.1025/162 [Scrapbook] Memories; [ca. 1979-1996]. Album (25.5 x 32 x 3 cm), 15 photographs: b&w and col. prints (8.7 x 12 cm to 10 x 15 cm) Newspaper articles from The Lethbridge Herald affixed to grey paper pages inside a marbled ivory coloured faux leather cover. Six snapshots are integrated into the scrapbook and nine more black and white photographs are included in sleeves inside the front cover. 2006.1025/163 [Scrapbook] WCC print media visibility 78-81; 1978-1981. Album (ca. 40 x 34 x 4 cm) Sixteen unbound leaves of adhesive photo album pages with newspaper articles, small posters, and newsletters inside a faux leather bone-coloured cover. A number of loose pages are also included. 2006.1025/164 March 21 – Anti-racism posters; 1996. Posters: 61 x 46 cm. Two posters from the March 21 Anti-racism campaign. The English paoster reads: “Spring free form racism” while the French poster says “ le 21 mars, ensemble pour le changer le monde”. 2006.1025/165 [Posters] Nicaragua: between war and peace; [1985]. 14 posters: 48 x 69 cm Fourteen laminated posters with images and text in Spanish, French, and English about the social and political conditions in Nicaragua at the time. 2006.1025/166 Agency directory cards; [ca 1978-2000]. Textual records. Alphabetically listed directory cards with the contact information for various agencies. Used by the W.C.C. and originally housed in a brown plastic box. A copy of the cover of the box is included. NOTES: *documents in good to excellent condition, slides in poor to fair condition, audio cassettes in fair to good condition. *thermal fax paper was photocopied and the originals removed or isolated within the file. *newsprint was copied or isolated within the file. AGM (Annual General Meeting) A.M.S.A.C. (Alberta Middle School Association Conference) ATA (Alberta Teachers Association) CCIC (Canadian Council for International Co-operation) CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) DECCA (Development Education Coordinating Council of Alberta) L.I.S.A. (Lethbridge Immigrant Settlement Association) SCP (Summer Career Placement) STEP (Summer Temporary Employment Program) S.W.A.T.C.A. (South Western Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association) W.C.C. (World Citizens Centre) YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association)
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