This series is comprised of material created or accumulated by Dr. George MacDonald in his role as President, CEO, and Executive Director of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Inc. pertaining to the Canadian War Museum including material on the proposed Holocaust exhibit and museum.
Fonds consists of four series that reflect George MacDonald's activities with in the national and international heritage sectors. The four series are: Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada (1959-1998); Canadian War Museum (1980-1999); Canadian Museum of Civilization (1978-2002); Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture (1996-2003).
Series consists of minutes, reports and correspondence. These records pre-date Dr. Frumhartz involvement in various committees and were accumulated and retained for reference purposes. The records relate to Dr. J. M. Holmes' participation on the committee as a representative of the Ontario Council of University Faculty Associations.
The Ontario Students Awards Committee was originally established to be temporary, however, on May 31, 1967 it became a continuing committee. The committee was established to advise the Ministry of University Affairs on student aid. It was responsible for articulating students financial needs for adequate secondary education and to advise on appropriate measures to provide students with financial aid to do so. The committee is composed of members from many different universities and university associations.
Series consist of minutes of the Committee on University Affairs. These records were kept and used by Professor Frumhartz in the course of his work for various councils and associations.
The Ontario Council on University Affairs (known previously as the Committee on University Affairs, CUA) was formed in 1972 by the Ontario Legislature. The OCUA was responsible for advising the government on funding levels and matters relating to post-secondary education for the province.
Series consists of minutes, draft reports and correspondence concerning work Dr. Holmes and others did on a Advisory Committee on Academic Planning report to the Council of Ontario Universities. Dr. Frumhartz collected these records and used them as reference materials in the course of his work for various committees.
The Advisory Committee on Academic Planning was established December 14, 1970. Its activities fell under the direction of the Ontario Council on Graduate Studies and through them the Council of Ontario Universities, then known as the Committee of Presidents of Universities of Ontario. The Advisory Committee on Academic Planning was responsible for assisting the promotion of graduate studies in Universities, advise on affective planning for the development of graduate studies, design assessments for graduate study programs and the implementation of these assessments. Dr. Holmes, a professor of chemistry, was involved in the committee as a member of a chemistry working group compiling information for a system for evaluating the chemistry graduate study programs.
This series consists of material accumulated, created and used by Professor Frumhartz during his participation in Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT). He served on the Council and Executive of CAUT in 1974-1976 and 1980-1984. The records mainly consist of committee minutes with some correspondence and reports.
The fonds consists of six series; Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT), Council of Ontario Universities (COU), Advisory Committee on Academic Planning, Personal Material, Council on University Affairs (CUA) and Student Awards. The records include minutes, correspondence and reports mostly concentrated on Professor Frumhartz's activities in COU and CAUT. Some of the records pre-date the professor's involvement with the organizations but were used as reference materials.