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Public Affairs Office fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1980 - 2002

The fonds consists of photographs (35mm negatives), and video and audio recordings. They document a wide variety of important people, events and activities at the University of British Columbia. It is arranged in two series: Photographic and Audio Visual.
Most of these materials were actually created by Information Services and Community Relations, the predecessor agencies of Public Affairs.

University of British Columbia. Public Affairs Office

Radio Society fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1940 - 2001

Fonds consists of records documenting the programs and activities of the Radio Society / CiTR, including textual records and sound recordings of a variety of programs, radio plays, campus events, public service announcements, and advertisements produced by the Radio Society for broadcast on its station (CYVR/CiTR) or affiliated radio stations. In addition, the fonds includes recordings of interviews conducted on behalf of the Alma Mater society relating to its art collection.

University of British Columbia. Radio Society

Watson Thomson fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1910-1969

The fonds consists of correspondence (1937-1968), manuscripts and drafts for books and articles, copies of radio talks (1937-1955), speeches (1943-1957), printed material, clippings and two scrapbooks (1937-1965).

Thomson, Watson

George Woodcock fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1945-1949, 1954-1956

The fonds consists of photocopied correspondence with George Orwell (1945-1949) and copies of radio scripts from Woodcock's broadcasts (1954-1956).

Woodcock, George

David Suzuki fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1971 - 2009

Fonds consists of textual and audiovisual material related to David Suzuki’s professional work. It includes notes and manuscripts of several of his book, including "From Pebbles to Computers" and "Sciencescape" and copies of and correspondence relating to his articles published by "The Globe and Mail", the Southam News Syndicate and "Science Dimension" in the 1980s. It also includes correspondence relating to his professional work, his broadcasting and literary career, his work in the Department of Zoology at UBC, and research materials, information and correspondence regarding various associations to which Suzuki belonged or had dealings. It also includes recordings of Dr. David Suzuki’s "Discovery" and Dr. Suzuki’s "Equinox" from 1983-1990 and video recordings of some episodes of "The Nature of Things" from 1994, and copies of his speeches from 1985-2009.

Suzuki, David