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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 Aaron T. Francis.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Aaron Francis, PhD candidate, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Francis'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 Jamaica, Leeds, England, immigration, COM DEV, art, political science, and Francis's PhD studies. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

Thomas Lacey séance collection.

Audio reel recordings of séances held under the supervision of medium Thomas Lacey as well as other events, messages, and music. The séances were held primarily in Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario although some were held in other areas in Ontario and the Unites States of America. Prior to donation, some of the reels were transferred to audio cassettes. The audio cassettes are also included in the collection. Also includes a cue card index to the séances and a notebook listing séances held at 362 Frederick St. in Kitchener, Ontario.

Lacey, Thomas

Notebook.

A notebook listing séances held at 362 Frederick St. in Kitchener, Ontario under the guidance of medium Thomas Lacey.

Lacey, Thomas

Schoeneich, Hugo

Image of a seated Hugo Schoeneich watching and listening as Pat Taggart shows a partially unwound film reel. The pair are positioned next to a projection machine with a smiling William Schoeneich looking on from behind the machine.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

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 Jennifer Shousterman.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Jennifer Shousterman, Executive Assistant, Office of the President at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Shousterman'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. The interview was conducted virtually from 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 Camille Huo.

A sound recording of an interview conducted by Dr. Anne Millar with Camille Huo, a student in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Waterloo, for the Oral History Hub pilot project. The interview includes discussions about Huo'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 China, pharmacy, conditional admission to pharmacy, co-op, and COVID-19. The interview was conducted virtually from Waterloo, Ontario. File also contains a transcript of the interview.

University of Waterloo Archives

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 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

Computing Centre, interior.

Interior of computer room in the Mathematics and Computer building seen from above with an IBM System 360/model 75 in view and people working with computers.

Red Room, Computer Centre.

Image of three adults working at computer terminals inside a room with red walls and floors full of computers and servers in the Mathematics and Computer Building.

Colin Rankin fonds.

  • SCA6-GA3
  • Fonds
  • 1799-1968

Fonds consists of correspondence, documents, journals, and a photograph relating to Colin Rankin's activity as a Fur Trader for the Hudson's Bay Company. Included are three journals kept by Donald McKay, Fur Trader, between 1799 and 1806, which were acquired by Rankin probably during his stay in the Temiskaming district.

Rankin, Colin

Rieder, Peter and Emeline.

Upper body studio portraits of Emeline Rieder and Peter Rieder seen looking at camera. The photos are inside a double panel photographer mount with decorative patterns around the photos.

Rieder and Anthes family

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