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What if.

Contents: 1 typed original, (1 leaf), 1 signed handwritten original (1 leaf).

Crusz, Rienzi

Product brochures.

File consists of product brochures and leaflets for machines manufactured and sold by RMS. Includes roller die, extruder, slab feeder, and tire manufacturing equipment.

Rubber Machinery Shops

Reprint photographs.

File consists of eight reprint photographs of images found in Gerald Hagey's albums. Two images feature identification:

  • Bannick, Maryan Hagey
  • Hagey, Henry Louis
  • Hilborn, Sophia Hagey
  • Osgood, Jane Hagey
  • Hagey, Peter B. Sr.
  • Ross, Catherine Hagey
  • Hagey, Peter Jr.
  • Hagey, Elizabeth Boehmer
  • Hagey, John
  • Hagey, Ephraim
  • Hagey, Elizabeth Hanes
  • Hagey, Menno
  • Bartman, Betty
  • Weichel, Reata
  • Hagey, J. Gerald
  • Hagey, Laura Bartman
  • Hagey, Minota Weichel
  • Hagey, Robert G.
  • Hagey, John E.

Hagey, Joseph Gerald

The ghosts of kings.

File consists of one typed document (computer output). Newly signed by the author.

Crusz, Rienzi

Electronic records.

File consists of ten electronic copies of manuscripts by Rienzi Crusz. Includes Flesh and Thorn (2 copies), Enough to be Mortal Now, Gambolling with the Divine (4 copies), Bumpis the Magic Elephant, Lord of the Mountain : The Sadriel Poems, The House in Elvin Hill.

Crusz, Rienzi

Lucy Maud Montgomery.

File consists of one typed (computer printout, 111 pp.) draft of "Lucy Maud Montgomery" written by Urquhart for the Penguin "Extraordinary Canadians" series.

Urquhart, Jane

The bone-thrower.

Contents: 2 typed documents (1 original, 1 leaf; 1 printout, 1 leaf, both handwritten signature.

Crusz, Rienzi

Cappadocia.

Silver drachma from Cappadocia (modern day Turkey) showing the head of Ariobarzanes I on the obverse and ont he reverse Athena standing left, holding Nike, shiel and a spear.

Pyke, Edgar William

Parthia.

Silver drachma from Parthia (modern day Iraq) showing on the obverse the head of Orodes II and on the reverse an archer holding a bow surrounded by the inscription �BASILEOS BASILEON MEGALOU ARSAKOU EPIPHANOUS� or �Of Great Arsaces, King of Kings, God Manifest.�

Pyke, Edgar William

Egypt.

Silver tetradrachm from Egypt showing on the obverse the head of Ptolemy XII and on the reverse an eagle.

Pyke, Edgar William

Italy.

Silver denarius from a military mint, possibly in Italy, showing on the obverse an elephant trampling a horned serpent over the word Caesar and on the reverse priestly implements. Stuck during the reign of Julius Caesar after his crossing of the Rubicon into Italy. This coin was possibly struck from the horde at the State treasury at the Temple of Saturn in Rome.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Bronze coin from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Claudius and on the reverse Minerva advancing with a spear and a shield and the letters SC.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Bronze coin from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Germanicus and on the reverse the letters SC.

Pyke, Edgar William

Rome.

Bronze coin from Rome (Italy) showing on the obverse the head of Augustus and on the reverse the facade of the Ara Providentiae Augusti with Provident below. This coin was minted during the reign of Tiberius in honour of the deification of Augustus.

Pyke, Edgar William

Nemausus.

Bronze Dupondius from Nemausus (Nice, France) showing on the obverse back-to-back heads of Agrippa and Augustus and on the reverse a crocodile chained to a palm tree.

Pyke, Edgar William

Mauretania.

Silver drachma from Mauretania (modern day Northern Africa) showing on the obverse the head of Juba II and on the reverse a cornucopiae and sceptre.

Pyke, Edgar William

University of Waterloo computing.

Slides featuring text about problems of training in practical areas and debugging processors. One slide features a map of Southwestern Ontario. The slides were likely used during a presentation about computing at the University of Waterloo.

Cowan, Donald D.

Trip to Tokyo to train IBM faculty.

Photographs documenting a one-week trip that several faculty members at the University of Waterloo took, including Donald Cowan and Shirley Fenton, to Tokyo, Japan to train IBM faculty. Some of the faculty members who participated in this trip also presented at a conference. Includes images of students working at computers, Donald Cowan standing in front of a computer while running a program from Waterloo, Shirley Fenton teaching as well as Donald Cowan and his wife with Shirley Fenton and guests at a restaurant. Also includes one sticker for the SATT Software Racing Team.

Cowan, Donald D.

IBM.

Slides featuring photographs of various IBM equipment as well as unidentified people using computer equipment. Some of the photographs appear to have been taken inside the Red Room in the Computing Centre at the University of Waterloo.

Cowan, Donald D.

Reproductions of photographs.

Slides featuring photographs of unidentified individuals working with computer equipment that are likely reproduced from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection and the Graphic Services fonds. Includes a portrait of Paul Dirksen.

Cowan, Donald D.

Loose photo album pages.

Loose pages of a photograph album with various photographs and corresponding captions glued to to the pages. The photographs feature the IBM System 360 Model 44, the IBM 2260 display terminal, keypunched cards, a card reader, the Calcomp tape unit, the console panel and typewriter, auxiliary storage devices, tape drives, disk drives, storage drum, data cell, printer, and Red Room in the Computing Centre at the University of Waterloo.

Cowan, Donald D.

Interview with Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae, artist, poet, and Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Arts at the University of Waterloo. The interview explores Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae’s family background, education, artistic and academic practice, current projects, experiences working as a faculty member at the University of Waterloo, and her thoughts about where the university will be at 100 years old in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

Keyboard.

Slides featuring images of a keyboard and commands possibly used in a presentation about computer keyboards.

Cowan, Donald D.

University of Waterloo computer science photographs.

Photographs related to computer science at the University of Waterloo. Includes images of computer equipment, buildings, facilities, staff, students, labs, and more. The photographs in this file are likely reproductions of images found in the Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection and the Graphic Services fonds. The photographs do not have any identifying reference codes on the back.

Cowan, Donald D.

University of Waterloo campus.

Slides featuring photographs of the University of Waterloo campus and buildings including Dana Porter Library, the Mathematics and Computer Building, Grad House, and the William G. Davis Computer Research Centre.

Cowan, Donald D.

Offices.

Photographs of offices spaces that may have been used by Donald Cowan.

Cowan, Donald D.

Computing Centre labs.

Mounted oversized transparences featuring photographs of computer labs in the Computing Centre at the University of Waterloo.

Cowan, Donald D.

University of Waterloo computing.

Slides featuring photographs of staff and students at the University of Waterloo working with computers possibly in the Computing Centre. These slides are likely duplicates of other slides in the fonds.

Cowan, Donald D.

Personal work station at the University of Waterloo.

Slides featuring images of text, diagrams and illustrations used during a presentation likely titled, "Personal work station at the University of Waterloo." Also includes one slide featuring a photograph of students working at computer stations. Several of the slides are duplicated.

Cowan, Donald D.

Unidentified lecture slides.

Slides featuring images of text, equations, tree diagrams and punch cards. One slide features a photograph of an IBM computer, possibly the IBM 7040.

Cowan, Donald D.

Lecture slides duplicates.

Slides featuring text, diagrams, illustrations and photographs that are likely duplicates of slides found in other files in the fonds.

Cowan, Donald D.

Computers, campus and lecture slides.

Slides featuring photographs of computer equipment and the University of Waterloo campus including the art gallery, swimming pool, basketball court, and theatre. Also includes portraits of Paul Dirksen and duplicate lecture slides used during presentations.

Cowan, Donald D.

Interview with Dr. Vershawn Young.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Dr. Vershawn "Vay" Young, an artist, actor, diversity consultant and Professor, Joint Appointed, in Communications Arts and English Language and Literature at the University of Waterloo where he has been the director of Waterloo's Black Studies program since its launch in 2022. The interview explores Dr. Vershawn Young’s family background, education, career path, published works, academic practice, experiences as a solo performance artist, professional actor, and faculty member at the University of Waterloo, his involvement in the Black Studies program at Waterloo, and his thoughts about the university today. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Samantha Lange.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Samantha Lange, an undergraduate student studying physics in the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo. The interview explores Samantha Lange’s family background, immigration from Trinidad to Canada, education, experiences as a student at the University of Waterloo including her participation in the Black Studies program and in several student organizations such as the University of Waterloo Science Society and FemPhys, and her thoughts about where the university will be at 100 years old in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Dr. Murchison Callender.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Dr. Murchison Callender, Professor Emeritus, School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of Waterloo. The interview explores Dr. Murchison Callender’s family background, immigration from Trinidad and Tobago to Canada, education, research, career path, legacy as perhaps the first Black faculty member in optometry in Canada, experiences working as a faculty member at the University of Waterloo, and his thoughts about where the university will be at 100 years old in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Lannois Carroll-Woolery.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Lannois Carroll-Woolery, Manager of Data Analytics & Reporting for the Department of Institutional Analysis & Planning at the University of Waterloo, and current President of the Caribbean Canadian Association of Waterloo Region (CCAWR). The interview explores Lannois Carroll-Woolery’s family background, immigration from Jamaica to Canada, education, involvement with the Association of Caribbean Students at the University of Waterloo and CCAWR, career path, experiences working as a staff member at the University of Waterloo, and his thoughts about where the university will be at 100 years old in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo

Interview with Darrell Adams.

An audio recording of an interview conducted by Jermal Jones with Darrell Adams, Head Coach for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and formerly the Associate Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator for the University of Waterloo men's football team. The interview explores Darrell Adams’s family background, education, experiences playing football in school and in professional leagues, his career as a football coach at several institutions including the University of Waterloo, and his thoughts about where the university will be at 100 years old in 2057. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Personal photographs.

20 photographs of Lydia Dotto from all stages of her life. Includes images of her as a baby, at graduations, during work events, and candids.

Dotto, Lydia

Interview with Brandon Sweet.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Brandon Sweet, Associate Director, Internal and Leadership Communications at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Sweet's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include Wilfrid Laurier University, electronic music, rave culture, communications, speech writing, Federation of Students, student movement, culture wars, diversity, student referenda, University Senate, United Arab Emirates Satellite Campus, University of Waterloo fifth anniversary, COVID-19, the Gazette, the Daily Bulletin and Beyond the Bulletin. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Judi Jewinski.

An audio-visual recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Judi Jewinski, retired Administrative Dean at Renison University College, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Jewinski's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include teaching, writing and grammar, drama, English literature, Renison College, Faculty of Arts, students, poetry readings, Association of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario, English Language Institute, Centre for Teaching Excellence, Gordon Stubley Language Competency Committee, Maurice Evans, Richard “Dick” Knight, Grace Logan, Harry Tuyn, Neil Hultin, Harry Logan, Gordon Slethaug, Tanya Missere Mihas, Michael Smyth, and Switzerland. The interview was conducted in-person in Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Don Cowan.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Don Cowan, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Cowan's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include computer science, IBM, Computer Science Days, math contests, WATFOR, WATFIV, MicroWAT, Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing, intellectual property, startups, co-op, Wes Graham, Ralph Stanton, Doug Wright, Ken Fryer, Paul Dirksen, Paul Cress, and Pat Fisher. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Jacky Beckford-Henriques.

An audio-visual recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Jacky Beckford-Henriques, Swimming Head Coach, Athletics at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Beckford-Henriques's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include immigration, Jamaica, coaching, Olympics, Jamaican National Swim Team, Learn to Swim, Swim Canada, Ontario University Athletics, university sport and swimming, Roly Webster, advocacy, anti-racism, George Floyd, Darrell Adams, Sadiq Sadiq, The Alliance, Black History Month, Black Excellence Interviews, diversity, Adventure for Change, and donors. The interview was conducted in-person in Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Interview with Anita Layton.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Anita Layton, the Canada 150 Research Chair in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, and Professor of Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Pharmacy, and Biology at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Layton's family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them here, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057. Additional topics include Hong Kong, immigration, Duke University, computer science, University of Toronto, the two-body problem, Canada 150 Research Chair, Associate Dean for Research, health research, gender equity, diversity, sex difference, and race difference. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

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