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James Downey fonds.

Fonds consists of material relating to activities and interests of James Downey from 1963 to 2004. The fonds contains biographical information, manuscripts and typescripts of his published works and speeches, "commonplace books," files relating to his various academic positions, files relating to consulting and advisory work on behalf of provincial governments. Includes appointment calendars, clippings, personal and professional correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts and typescripts, reports and research materials.

Also includes papers received from Florence Reid.

Downey, James

Ralph G. Stanton fonds : accruals.

Fonds consists of materials relating to the career, interests, and personal life of Ralph G. Stanton, primarily relating to his education and duties at the University of Waterloo, conferences he attended, and offprints. Includes correspondence, course and lecture notes, teaching materials, information on the history of the University of Waterloo, offprints and reprints, conference materials etc.

Stanton, Ralph G.

Ralph G. Stanton fonds.

Fonds consists of material relating to the activities, interests and career of Ralph G. Stanton from 1935 to 1995, beginning with his school days in the 1930's and 40's. Consists primarily of personal and professional correspondence to and from Ralph G. Stanton and family members, friends, colleagues and students. Includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, examination papers, periodical articles, memoranda, etc.

Stanton, Ralph G.

Bill Thomson fonds

  • SCA271-GA292
  • Fonds
  • 1953-2009

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by Bill Thomson relating to his professional life. Includes materials relating to projects that he consulted on, materials relating to teaching responsibilities at the University of Waterloo, and speeches given at a variety of events.

Thomson, William

Glow Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity fonds.

  • SCA318-GA358
  • Fonds
  • 2001-2015

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by the Glow Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Includes records created by the centre, promotional items, and materials relating to events and activities supported by Glow.

Glow Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity

William Kindree fonds.

  • SCA218-GA204
  • Fonds
  • [ca 1966]-1990, predominant 1967-1971

Fonds consists of material relating to William Kindree's involvement in the WATFOR 360 group and material relating to the 25th anniversary of WATFOR. Includes Kindree's notes (design and general) and draft documentation, guides and other publications about WATFOR, photocopied conference proceedings and published papers, correspondence, a newsletter, and a photograph of the WATFOR team.

Kindree, William

Virgil Burnett fonds.

The fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, clippings, sketchbooks, and other materials created and accumulated by Virgil Burnett that document his personal and professional life. Includes materials relating to his work with the Pasdeloup Press.

Burnett, Virgil

Frances Kathleen Montgomery fonds.

Correspondence, diaries, ephemera, manuscripts, photographs and artifacts, documenting the life and career of Frances Kathleen Montgomery. Also present is a small amount of material, primarily photographs, relating to the Montgomery and Havey families.

Montgomery, Frances Kathleen

Frances Kathleen Montgomery fonds : 2015 accrual.

Accrual consists of materials relating to the life of Frances Kathleen Montgomery, particularly to her years as a student at the Sorbonne in Paris. Includes postcards sent between her and her family and friends during this time, jewelry, and two photographs.

Montgomery, Frances Kathleen

Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional University of Waterloo chapter fonds.

  • SCA330-GA374
  • Fonds
  • 2013-2016

Fonds consists of materials created by the Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional University of Waterloo chapter documenting their organizational history and activities. Includes constitution, meeting minutes, photographs, and more.

Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional University of Waterloo chapter

Virgil Burnett fonds : 2012 accrual.

Accrual consists of material relating to the artistic and literary career of Virgil Burnett. Includes sketchbooks with illustrations and life drawings; commonplace books with original works as well as copied quotations, passages and ephemera; manuscripts; poetry and plays; as well as writings by others given to Burnett.

Burnett, Virgil

Virgil Burnett fonds : accruals.

Accrual consists of materials created and accumulated by Virgil Burnett that relate to his professional and personal life. Includes correspondence to and from Burnett, artworks and writings by Burnett and others, materials relating to the creation and publication of books written and illustrated by Burnett as well as those published by Pasdeloup Press, and other ephemera.

Burnett, Virgil

J. Wesley Graham fonds : 2003 accrual : WATFAC files.

Accrual consists of material relating to the history, organization and operation of Waterloo Foundation for the Advancement of Computing, Inc. from its foundation in 1974 to 1998. A large portion of the files deal with individual fellowships funded by WATFAC. Includes correspondence, reports, legal documents, financial information, electronic records (computer disks) and photographs.

Graham, J. Wesley (James Wesley)

Imprint negative collection.

  • SCA354-GA406
  • Collection
  • 1967-2000

Collection consists primarily of negatives taken by Imprint and Chevron photographers documenting various aspects of campus life.

Imprint

School of Pharmacy artefact collection

  • SCA334-GA379
  • Collection
  • [19--]-1978

Collection consists of artefacts from the School of Pharmacy, including pharmacy bottles and a register of poisons.

Also included in this collection were 36 historic pharmacy books that can be found in the catalogue

University of Waterloo. School of Pharmacy.

James Downey fonds : 2014 accrual.

Accrual consists of materials relating to the personal and professional activities and interests of James Downey from 1966 to 2013. Includes primarily correspondence as well as files relating to committees, consulting work, and personal research interests.

Downey, James

A.R.H.

  • SCA328-GA372
  • Collection
  • 2017

Fonds consists of four prints titled "A.R.H." by Olivia Carvalho. The prints feature a portrait and handwriting of Alice Riggs Hunt.

Carvalho, Olivia

Linda Mortsch collection.

  • SCA366-GA422
  • Collection
  • 1994-January 23, 2008

Materials created and accumulated by Linda Mortsch relating to climate change and the environment.

Mortsch, Linda

Nuke the whales.

  • SCA317-GA353
  • Collection
  • 1983

File consists of one record with the Denny and the Dinos song Nuke the whales.

Denny and the Dinos

Ontario gravel pit plans collection.

  • SCA333-GA378
  • Collection
  • 1972-2015

Collection consists of 82 plans of gravel pits in Ontario. The plans have been collected by Wayne Caston, and he was involved in consulting in many of the projects. The records in this finding aid consist of information taken from an Excel spreadsheet created by Caston with details on each of the plans. A printout of the spreadsheet is also present in the collection. Plans are listed in the order originally provided by the donor on the spreadsheet.

Caston, Wayne

Andrew Telegdi fonds.

  • SCA373-GA432
  • Fonds
  • [196-?]-January 28, 2017

Material created or accumulated by the Honourable Andrew Telegdi related to his life and career. Records in this fonds document Telegdi’s early career as a bistro owner and rock music promoter in British Columbia as well as his experiences as a student at the University of Waterloo. In addition, the material records his work as an Executive Director for Youth in Conflict with the Law. Most notably, the fonds documents Telegdi’s extensive political career as a City and Regional Councillor as well as a Member of Parliament. Additional records capture Telegdi’s post-political career and personal activities.

Telegdi, Andrew

John English fonds : 2019 accrual.

Materials created or accumulated by John English as part of different functions in his professional life. Includes materials related to committees, organizations, and associations with which he was involved; conferences and events he attended or organized; different research projects, with the preeminence of Arctic matters; speeches, lectures, and courses he thought or organized; and political activities and events as part of the Canadian Liberal Party.

English, John

James Walker fonds.

  • SCA408-GA475
  • Fonds
  • 1965-2021

Materials created or accumulated by James Walker during his professional and personal life. Includes materials created during Walker's student life both as part of his Master's degree at the University of Waterloo and his Ph.D. research and dissertation at Dalhousie University; materials created as part of his teaching position at the University of Waterloo; scripts and papers written to participate in talks and events he was invited to or helped organize; records accumulated as part of his role as Chair of the History Department of the University of Waterloo and other materials related to the University's administration; and correspondence sent and received by Walker to different people and institutions.

Walker, James

Robert Hanselman fonds.

  • SCA423-GA493
  • Fonds
  • 1957-[1961?]

Materials used or accumulated by Robert "Bob" Hanselman during his time as a student at the University of Waterloo. Includes photographs of the University's first buildings, a slide rule, a book with mathematical tables used by Hanselman in his courses, two yearbooks, and Hanselman's briefcase.

Michael Bird fonds.

  • SCA331-GA428
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1870]-2002

Materials relating to the professional life of Michael Bird. Covers his time teaching at Renison University College, as well as his research and publications on folk art, fraktur, religious imagery and film.

Bird, Michael

Robert Shipley fonds.

  • SCA410-GA477
  • Fonds
  • [195-]-2020

Materials created or accumulated by Robert Shipley during his personal and professional life. Includes Shipley's personal journals and notes; articles written by Shipley in different news media and materials related to Shipley’s books and publications; personal and professional correspondence related to his time in the Canadian Armed Forces, different jobs he held, and his time at the University of Waterloo; and research materials created and accumulated by Shipley on different matters.

Shipley, Robert

James Downey fonds: 2019 accrual.

Materials related to James Downey's personal and professional life. Includes Downey's commonplace books which he used to take notes related to his day-to-day affairs and specific annotations in relation to different aspects of his professional and personal life. Also contains speeches and addresses Downey wrote and presented at various events and celebrations. Lastly, holds personal and professional correspondence related to different aspects of Downey's professional roles and personal life (with a significant presence of correspondence between Downey and his sisters).

Downey, James

William Dendy fonds.

  • SCA146-GA119
  • Accession
  • [ca. 1900], 1921-[194-], 1963-1993, predominant 1970-1992
  • Part of William Dendy fonds.

Fonds consists of materials documenting William Dendy's life and career as an architectural historian including university course notes, research material for published works, research material on the history of Canadian architecture and other research interests such as Forest Hill, Hamilton, the architects Frank Darling and William Somerville, and the Massey family. Some materials relate to Dendy's teaching activities, Toronto walking tours and consultancy projects.

Also present are articles, card files, clippings, correspondence, electronic records, ephemera, manuscripts, maps, manuscript and typescript notes, as well as photographs, negatives, and approximately 40,000 slides (including more than 17,000 images of Canadian architecture, urban space, and landscape). The slides were taken by Dendy and are each individually identified by him.

Dendy, William

H.B.N. Hynes fonds.

  • SCA219-GA205
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1990

Fonds consists of material relating to the career of H.N.B.Hynes, from his work as a student at the Univeristy of London in the late 1930s through his time as a professor of biology at the University of Waterloo until his retirement in the 1980s. Includes material relating to his work on stonefiles in the British Isles, his work for the British government in Trinidad and East Africa, his time at the University of Liverpool including work on river pollution, and his career at the University of Waterloo, including his sabbaticals in Australia.

Fonds includes notebooks containing field notes, ms. and ts. notes, publications authored by Hynes and by others, reports, correspondence, maps, and photographs.

Hynes, H.B.N.

Jerzy Pindera fonds.

  • SCA232-GA230
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1999

Fonds consists of materials relating to the life and career of Jerzy Pindera, with a specific focus on his time in World War II and as a prisoner of war in Sachsenhausen concentration camp during the Holocaust. Includes correspondence, articles, war records and short stories, as well as tapes of interviews conducted with Pindera.

Pindera, Jerzy Tadeusz

Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo fonds.

  • SCA278-GA301
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2012

Fonds consists of materials created by the Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo (FAUW). This includes official governance records such as constitution and bylaws, minutes, committee files, board of director files, and materials relating to the Hagey lectures.

Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo

Librarians' and Archivists' Association of the University of Waterloo fonds.

  • SCA412-GA479
  • Fonds
  • November 2, 1990-August 14, 2014

Records created and accumulated by the Librarians' and Archivists’ Association of the University of Waterloo (LAAUW) related to the association’s meetings, programs, and activities. Records in this fonds document the work of the Executive Committee, the association’s attempts to obtain faculty representation and academic status for members, the evolution of the Librarian and Archivist Employment Handbook, and various subjects of special interest to the association, librarians and archivists.

Librarians' and Archivists' Association of the University of Waterloo

Dana Harris Porter fonds.

  • SCA231-GA228
  • Fonds
  • 1905-2001

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulate by Dana Porter during his personal and professional career, as well as materials collected posthumously and created and accumulated by his wife and children. Includes photographs, correspondence, research notes, essays and other writings, ephemera, scrapbooks and clippings.

Porter, Dana Harris

E Palmer Patterson fonds.

  • SCA129-GA102
  • Fonds
  • [19--]-[199-]

Records related to E Palmer Patterson’s research and writings, both published and unpublished, primarily about Indigenous peoples in Canada. Includes manuscripts, typescripts, offprints, notes, press clippings, correspondence, publishing contracts and other material.

Patterson, E Palmer

Bernard Suits fonds.

  • SCA248-GA251
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1937]-2007

Materials created and accumulated by Bernard Suits over the course of his education and teaching career. Includes materials created as a student such as class notes and exams, materials created as a professor at the University of Waterloo including course outlines and exams, published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction works, correspondence, meeting minutes, and audio and visual recordings of Suits' lectures.

Suits, Bernard

Painting of Dana Porter Library.

  • SCA336-GA381
  • Collection
  • 1975

Fonds consists of one painting by Peter Etril Snyder of the Dana Porter Library. The work was commissioned in 1975 for the home of the then President of the University, Burt Matthews.

Snyder, Peter Etril

Dr. Donald D. Cowan fonds.

Material created and accumulated by Donald Cowan related to his career at the University of Waterloo and contributions to the field of computer science.

Cowan, Donald D.

Dr. Donald D. Cowan fonds : accrual.

Material created and accumulated by Donald Cowan related to his studies and career at the University of Waterloo, research and contributions to the field of computer science.

Cowan, Donald D.

University of Waterloo Oral History Hub pilot.

The University of Waterloo Archives (UWA) conducted an oral history pilot project in 2022 to actively document the University’s history through the lived experiences of staff, faculty, and students. This project took place to ensure that the perspectives of the interviewees are incorporated into the archival memory.

Interviewees were selected by members of an advisory committee that was struck to ensure the project captured a cross-selection of individuals from the Waterloo community. Working with historian Dr. Anne Millar, several staff, faculty, and students were interviewed.

The interviewees include:

  • Aaron Francis, PhD candidate, Balsillie School of International Affairs

  • Professor Anita Layton, Canada 150 Chair in Mathematical Biology and Medicine

  • Brandon Sweet, Associate Director, Internal and Leadership Communications, University Relations

  • Camille Huo, student, School of Pharmacy

  • Professor Don Cowan, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Cheriton School of Computer Science

  • Jacky Beckford-Henriques, Swimming Head Coach, Athletics

  • Jennifer Shousterman, Executive Assistant, Office of the President

  • Judi Jewinski, retired Administrative Dean, Renison University College

The interviews include discussions about the interviewees family background, their decision to come to Waterloo and the path that brought them there, as well as their thoughts about the institution and where it will be at 100 years old, in 2057.

University of Waterloo Archives

William Tutte notebook.

  • SCA421-GA491
  • Collection
  • [194-?]

William Tutte's manuscript notebook from his time as a student at Trinity College Cambridge. Manuscript includes graphs and formulas regarding the Four colour theorem or the Four colour map theorem (considered the central problem in graph theory). Notebook includes a folder with annotations made by Tutte referring to the content and pages with his annotations divided into twelve sections.

Tutte, William Thomas

Black Oral Histories.

In partnership with the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism, the University of Waterloo Archives (UWA) conducted a series of interviews to capture the voices of Black students, faculty and staff connected to the University of Waterloo. The goal for the Black Oral Histories project was to preserve histories in a way that is familiar to Black identity and Blackness as the African diaspora has a deeply embedded oral history culture.

Interviewees were selected by members of an advisory committee that was struck to ensure the project captured a cross-selection of individuals from the Waterloo community. Working with Jermal Jones, Associate Director, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Access, Library, six people were interviewed.

The interviewees include:

  • 1. Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae, artist, poet, and associate professor in the Department of Communication Arts at the University of Waterloo

  • 2. 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

  • 3. 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)

  • 4. Dr. Murchison Callender, Professor Emeritus, School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of Waterloo

  • 5. Samantha Lange, student studying physics in the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo

  • 6. Dr. Vershawn Young, an artist, actor, diversity consultant and joint appointed professor 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 collection contains the audio recordings and transcripts for each of the interviews.

University of Waterloo Archives

Joseph Gerald Hagey family fonds.

  • SCA229-GA224
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1910]-2009

The fonds consists of genealogical materials and photographs of Joseph Gerald Hagey and the Hagey family and friends. Includes a biography of Menno Hagey, genealogical information, albums and photographs.

Hagey, Joseph Gerald

Anne Innis Dagg fonds : 2016 accrual

Materials relating to the personal and professional life of Anne Innis Dagg. Includes correspondence, juvenalia, manuscript and typescript drafts, annual files and more.

Dagg, Anne Innis

University of Waterloo leather jacket and orientation t-shirt.

The collection includes a black leather jacket with University of Waterloo branding, likely owned by a student in the kinesiology and co-op programs, that features patches on the front, back, and sleeves displaying the university crest, motto, and program details. In addition, the collection contains a teal t-shirt from the University of Waterloo featuring characters from the Wayne's World film, which was likely worn by a first-year undergraduate student during orientation week in September 1992.

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo Kinesiology blazer.

A gold two-button blazer from the University of Waterloo worn by Peter Dallas (BSc '72), an undergraduate student in one of the first kinesiology classes at the University of Waterloo. The front left side of the jacket includes a patch with the University of Waterloo name and the School of Physical Education and Recreation logo on the chest pocket. The jacket was manufactured by Sainthill-Levine Co. Ltd.

According to Peter Dallas, the blazer was ordered for students in the first kinesiology classes by Dr. Robert (Bob) Norman and Neil Widmeyer, both faculty members in the School of Physical Education and Recreation during that period.

Peter Dallas wore the blazer with pride at numerous alumni reunions and had recently celebrated his fiftieth-year anniversary in 2022.

Dallas, Peter Oliphant

University of Waterloo leather jackets and scarf.

The collection includes a gold leather jacket with University of Waterloo branding, worn by James Land (BA '72), that features patches on the front, back and sleeves displaying the university crest, motto, and program details. A handknit scarf in the university colors of black, gold, and white, which belonged to James Land, is also included. In addition, the collection contains a black leather jacket worn by Kathleen Land (BA '99), James Land's daughter, who also attended the University of Waterloo as an undergraduate student. The black leather jacket features University of Waterloo branding and patches on the front, back and sleeves displaying the university crest, motto, and program details.

Land, James Kenneth

Waterloo College and Associate Faculties jacket.

A white jacket from the Waterloo College and Associate Faculties (also referred to as the Associate Faculties) worn by Robert Judd (BASc '63), an undergraduate student, in 1958. The front left-side of the jacket features a design printed in blue that includes the school name, “Waterloo College,” the Waterloo College coat of arms, and the Waterloo College motto “Veritas omnia vincit.” The back of the jacket features the word “Engineering” printed in blue lettering across the centre. The jacket was manufactured by Beaver Fine Outerwear.

Robert Judd arrived on campus in September 1957 and joined the second cohort of students in the newly established Associate Faculties. Judd began classes in October 1957 and adhered to a 40-hour weekly classroom schedule. Classes were held in temporary portables located in the Waterloo College parking lot. Robert Judd likely purchased the jacket in the spring of 1958 and wore it until a new grey school jacket became available around 1960. He kept this jacket for many years as an alumnus and recently celebrated his sixtieth-year anniversary in 2023.

Judd, Robert Arthur

University of Waterloo Faculty of Engineering jacket.

A grey melton wool jacket from the University of Waterloo Faculty of Engineering worn by David Rumpel (BASc '64), an undergraduate student studying Engineering Physics. The front left-side of the jacket includes a patch with the UW initials and an Engineering banner. The back of the jacket contains gold letter patches that spell out, “UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO.” The right sleeve of the jacket includes the gold number patches, “64.”

Rumpel, David John Walter

University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts jacket.

A red melton wool jacket from the University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts worn by an undergraduate student in the early 1960s. The jacket is lined with brown paisley polyester satin. The back of the jacket contains white letter patches that spell out, “UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO.” The left sleeve of the jacket includes white letter and number patches that spell out, “ARTS / 65.” Based on these number patches, it is likely the student that owned this jacket graduated from the university in 1965.

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo Faculty of Science jacket.

A yellow nylon jacket from the University of Waterloo Faculty of Science worn by an undergraduate student in the 1960s. The front left-side of the jacket includes a patch with the University of Waterloo crest and motto. The back of the jacket contains white letter patches that spell out, “UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO.” The left sleeve of the jacket contains white letter patches that spell out, “SCI.” The right sleeve of the jacket includes the white number patches, “67.” Based on these number patches, it is likely the student that owned this jacket graduated from the university in 1967.

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics sweater.

A teal sweater designed by Professor Emeritus Peter Ponzo for the Faculty of Mathematics that features illustrations of various animals on the front representing different groups within the faculty. Included in the illustration is a penguin representing the artificial intelligence group, a flamingo representing the Computer Science Group, beavers also representing Computer Science, as well as a python and a lion although their representation is unknown. In addition, the sweater illustration includes drawings of the Math and Computer Building, the Waterloo Crest, a Waterloo Math logo, two individuals wearing pink ties and other small details such as computers, pencils, waves, graphs, a maple leaf, and more.

University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo scarf.

A handknit scarf made for an undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo likely to wear to university football games. The scarf features horizontal black, gold, and white stripes and black, gold, and white fringe.

University of Waterloo

Engineering Society gavel plaque.

  • SCA442-GA516
  • Collection
  • 1963

A gavel plaque given to Paul Koch (BASc ’63) in recognition of his role as the first B Term President for the Engineering Society of the University of Waterloo (now Waterloo Engineering Society) from 1958-1959. The plaque was presented to Paul Koch during Engineering Nite '63, an event hosted by the Engineering Society. In addition to the gavel, the plaque features an engraving plate with the following inscription: PAUL KOCH / PRESIDENT / ENGINEERING SOCIETY / OF THE / UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO / 1958-59.

Koch, Paul Mercer

Student Wives Cook Book.

  • SCA441-GA515
  • Collection
  • 1964

A cookbook created by members of the Student Wives Club in 1964 that included recipes for meat dishes, vegetables, desserts, and odds and ends. Examples of recipes include hamburger vegetable pie, cheese salad supreme, nervous pudding, potato fudge, and pink lady punch.

The cookbook was printed with a Gestetner offset printing machine and features pink polka dot covers.

Members who contributed recipes to the cookbook include:

  • Agnes Olive (married to David Olive, BASc '64)

  • Anne Mowbray (married to John R. Mowbray, BMath '65)

  • Carol Clark (married to David J. Clark, BASc ’64)

  • Colleen Grierson (married to Donald Grierson, BASc '64). In the cookbook, the name Grierson is misspelled as Gierson.

  • Dr. Helen Reesor (married to Dr. Glyn Edward Reesor, professor in Department of Physics)

  • Elinor Montgomery (married to Robert A. Montgomery, BASc ’64)

  • Ellen Pajur (married to Enn Pajur BSc '64). In the cookbook, the name Pajur is misspelled as Pagur.

  • Helen Newman (married to James A. Newman, BASc 1964, MASc ’65, PhD ’69)

  • Joyce Heck (married to Carl. L. Heck, BASc ’63)

  • Marilyn Koch (married to Paul M. Koch, BASc ’64)

  • Marilyn Ruddel (married to George E. Ruddle, BASc ’63, MSc ’64)

  • Mickey Hackney (married to Robert L. Hackney, BASc ’63)

  • Pat Belyea (married to Edward J. Belyea, BASc ’65)

  • Pat Taylor (married to Eric A. Taylor, BASc ’64)

  • Shirley Luft (married to William A. Luft, BASc ’65)

  • Thelma Tyrie (married to Donald H. Tyrie, BASc ’68)

Student Wives Club

University of Waterloo tracksuit.

A black, white, and gold athletic tracksuit from the University of Waterloo. The front left-side of the jacket has a vertical white stripe with black vinyl letter patches spelling out "WATERLOO. The tracksuit was manufactured by Darby Sportswear Co. Ltd of Paris, ON.

University of Waterloo

Robert Dorney fonds.

  • SCA115-GA88
  • Fonds
  • 1948-1992

Fonds consists of textual and visual materials created and received by Dorney over the course of his career, including drafts and reprints of most of his published writings, teaching and course materials, audio-visual materials, framed items, ephemera and realia. Of interest is an original map by Dorney which attempts to reconstruct the original vegetation patterns in North Dumfries Township in Waterloo County in the 19th century. Dorney's collection of slides is particularly significant in its documentation of natural vegetation, urban impact and areas of ecological interest both locally and elsewhere and includes extensive documentation of the "mini-forest" at his home at 124 Amos Ave. in Waterloo.

Dorney, Robert

Isobel MacKay fonds.

  • SCA124-GA97
  • Fonds
  • 1978-1983

Material kept by Isobel MacKay during her association with Community Resources for Women. These include annual reports, correspondence, minutes and agenda of the Steering Committee, news clippings, newsletters, and papers relating to workshops.

MacKay, Isobel