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- UA RG 55-2
Series consists of exams and course proposals created by the Home Economics Department, as well as reference materials from national and provincial Dietetic and Home Economics Associations, and the Canadian Department of Agriculture. Photographs are part of this series as well as miscellaneous correspondence.
- UA RG 55-5
Series contains a brochure, newspaper clippings, a poster, photographs, and a committee program used to promote the Home Economics program at the Mount. Student activities, fashion shows, and open houses are represented in this series.
- UA RG 55-1
Series consists of records relating to the administrative actions of the Home Economics Department as well as its affiliated Bachelor of Science Nutrition Major Advisory Committee. Documents include meeting minutes, proposals, reference material, correspondence, photographs and slides. Series also contains statistics relating to Home Economics enrolment, graduation, and internships, as well as academic advising information.
- UA RG 55-3
Series contains materials relating to commemorative events for the home economics department. Documents include agendas, correspondence, photographs, negatives, invitations, reference materials, memos, notes, financial statements, and miscellaneous material.
- UA RG 55-6
Series contains reports, expense sheets, correspondence, memos, proposals, agendas, planning materials, guidelines and regulations, course curriculum, exams, and photographs relating to various international projects undertaken by the Home Economics Department.
- UA RG 55.1-2
Series consists of documents created and received by the Human Ecology Department regarding linkages with home economics departments at other Universities, as well as records of proposed development plans for home economics departments at some universities.
- UA RG 55
- 1930-2000, predominant 1958-1999
Fonds contains financial, statistical, administrative, and curricular records as well as photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, and publications received and generated by the Home Economics Department. Fonds is arranged into six series and a sous-fonds: Human Ecology.