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Famous 5 monument, Olympic Plaza, Calgary, 1999
Famous 5 monument, Olympic Plaza, Calgary, 1999
M-9059-43

Famous 5 Foundation fonds

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Table of Contents

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Series 1 Incorporation, governance and trademark. -- 1996-2005
Series 2 Board minutes. -- 1999-2006
Series 3 President's reports. -- 1998-2004
Series 4 Financial statements. -- 1996-2001
Series 5 Calgary Famous 5 monument - Artist, site and bronze-casting. -- 1997-2001
Series 6 Calgary Famous 5 monument - Unveiling and celebrations. -- 1998-1999
Series 7 Ottawa Famous 5 monument . -- 1997-2002
Series 8 National exhibit tours - Maquette, etc. -- 1998-2004
Series 9 Speakers series. -- 1997-2004
Series 10 Rising Stars. -- 1997-2000
Series 11 Education Committee. -- 1996-2004
Series 12 O Canada - National anthem wording debate. -- 2001-2004
Series 13 Other activities and projects. -- 1996-2003
Series 14 Frances Wright. -- 1997-2003
Series 15 Reference material - Famous 5 women, Persons Case, eugenics, etc. -- 1929-2005
Series 16 Miscellaneous. -- 1994-2005

Inventory

Series 1 Incorporation, governance and trademark. -- 1996-2005. -- 10 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of records about the creation of the organization and how it was governed, including document related to its legal status.
M-9059-1 Articles of association, certificate of incorporation, etc. -- 1996-2000
M-9059-2 Famous 5 Foundation backgrounder. -- [ca. 1997]
M-9059-3 Mission, values, etc. -- 1997-2005
M-9059-4 Strategic planning. -- 1997 and 2000
M-9059-5 Famous 5 Foundation trademark. -- 1998-2001
M-9059-6 Trademark dispute with Enid Blyton Ltd. -- 2000-2004. -- Enid Blyton, children's writer, claimed sole right to use "Famous 5".
M-9059-7 "The Future of the F5F Foundation" by Frances Wright. -- August 2000
M-9059-8 F5F organization chart. -- August 2003
M-9059-9 Annual reports as a non-profit. -- 2003. -- Includes lists of officers and directors.
Series 2 Board minutes. -- 1998-2006. -- 18 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of agenda, minutes and supporting documents of meetings held by the Foundation's Board.
M-9059-10 Board manual. -- 1998
M-9059-11 Board minutes. -- 1995. -- These date from the very early period of the organization, before it was incorporated.
M-9059-12 Board minutes. -- 1996
M-9059-13 Board minutes. -- 1997
M-9059-14 Board minutes. -- 1998
M-9059-15 Board minutes. -- 1999
M-9059-16 Board minutes. -- 2000
M-9059-17 Board minutes. -- 2001
M-9059-18 Board minutes. -- 2002
M-9059-19 Board minutes. -- 2003
M-9059-20 Board minues. -- 2004-2006 [incomplete]
Series 3 President's reports. -- 1998-2004. -- 3 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of regular reports made by Frances Wright to the F5F Board. They include her updates on the status of all the projects and activities of the Foundation.
M-9059-21 President's reports. -- 1998-2000
M-9059-22 President's reports. -- 2001-2004
Series 4 Financial statements. -- 1996-2006. -- 3 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of audited financial statements of the Foundation. Includes details re fundraising efforts and costs of the various projects and programs offered by F5F.
M-9059-23 Financial statements. -- 1996-2001
M-9059-24 Financial statements. -- 2002-2006
Series 5 Calgary Famous 5 monument - Artist, site and bronze-casting. -- 1997-2001. -- 20 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of records about the competition to choose an artist to create a large monument of the Famous 5 women; negotiations with the City of Calgary for the Olympic Plaza site on which the statues were placed; the creation of the statues by Bronzart Casting Ltd.; and the transfer of the monument to the City for ongoing care and maintenance.
M-9059-25 Monument Committee. -- November 1996-Feburary 1997
M-9059-26 Monument project - Background documents and timeline. -- 1997
M-9059-27 Monument guidelines. -- 1997
M-9059-28 Project management. -- 1997-1999. -- The Calgary monument project was managed by Lorna Johnson's company, Museum Tech.
M-9059-29 Monument project. -- 1997-1999. -- Consists of timelines, project manager's reports, finances, contracts, etc.
M-9059-30 Juror's Workbook. -- June 13-14, 1997. -- Re the selection of an artist to created the statues of the Famous 5 women (Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Murphy and Irene Parlby).
M-9059-31 Jury selection - Short list. -- 1997. -- The three artists who made the short list were Mary Ann Liu, Helen Granger Young and Barbara Paterson.
M-9059-32 Photos of Mary Ann Liu's clay maquette. -- 1997
M-9059-33 Photos of Helen Granger Young's clay maquette. -- 1997
M-9059-34 Photos of Barbara Paterson's clay maquette. -- 1997
M-9059-35 Barbara Paterson and the artist competition. -- 1997. -- She was selected as the winning artist on October 16, 1997.
M-9059-36 Barbara Paterson - Agreements with the Famous 5 Foundation, sign-offs on the bronze sculptures created by Bronzart casting, etc. -- 1998
M-9059-37 Barbara Paterson. -- 1999-2001. -- Consists of monument maintenance manual, unveiling of the Calgary statues, and licensing agreement for use of her artistic work.
M-9059-38 Olympic Plaza - West end plan. -- 1997-1998. -- Re location of the Famous 5 monument.
M-9059-39 Competition for development of the Olympic Plaza site for the monument. -- 1999. -- The winner of the competition was Carlyle & Assoicates.
M-9059-169 Olympic Plaza site - Detail design. -- June 1999. -- Includes details of the layout, concrete, steel, electricals, etc.
M-9059-170 Olympic Plaza site - Concept design by Carlyle & Associates. -- 1999. -- Entered for The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Professional Awards Program.
M-9059-40 Bronzart Casting Ltd., Calgary. -- 1998-2000. -- Consists of contract to cast the statues, photos of the waxes, and sign-offs by the Foundation.
M-9059-41 Monument sod turning, construction and gift to City of Calgary. -- December 1998-October 1999.
M-9059-42 Transfer to City of Calgary and ongoing care of the monument. -- 1999-2000.
Series 6 Calgary Famous 5 monument - Unveiling and celebrations. -- 1998-1999. -- 15 cm of textual records. -- 2 video cassettes. -- The series consists of planning records for the unveiling of the monument on October 18, 1999 by Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson, which took place on the 70th anniversary of the Person's Case judgement. Also consists of records of other celebratory events held in conjunction with the unveiling, including a "Personhood" conference, a dinner, and the Governor-General's Awards.
M-9059-43 Unveiling ceremony - Planning the ceremony itself. -- May-October 1999
M-9059-44 "Women are Persons" monument unveiling guidebook. -- 1999. -- Includes schedule, and biographies of the dignitaries involved, the major monument funders, and the Famous 5 Foundation board.
M-9059-45 Celebration Committee minutes and planning records. -- Feburary 1998-October 1999
M-9059-46 Celebration Dinner. -- October 18, 1999
M-9059-47 Pink Tea. -- 1998-1999
M-9059-48 Personhood Conference, University of Calgary. -- 1998-1999
M-9059-49 Governor-General Awards. -- 1999. -- Re the event itself.
M-9059-50 Governor-General Awards - Nominations by the Famous 5 Foundation. -- 1999. -- Includes previous nominations and recipients of the award in commemoration of the Persons Case.
M-9059-51 Video records: The Famous 5 and Women are Persons!. -- 1999. -- Produced by White Iron for F5F for the monument unveiling and the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Persons Case decision.
Series 7 Ottawa Famous 5 monument. -- 1997-2002. -- 19 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of letters of support by politicians for having the monument on Parliament Hill; schedules of Frances Wright's lobbying visits to Ottawa; agreements with the federal government re the site, interpretive signs, creation and ongoing ownership; records of the Ottawa Chapter of the F5F which helped with various celebrations held in conjunction with the unveiling; and records of the unveiling itself by Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson.
M-9059-52 Letters of support from politicians. -- 1997
M-9059-53 Frances Wright's Ottawa visits. -- 1997-2000. -- Includes planning for the unveiling events.
M-9059-54 Ottawa monument - Creation. -- 1997-2002. -- Consists of records re the site selection, sign-off on the casting, interpretive panels, transfer to the federal government,etc.
M-9059-168 Placement options on Parliament Hill for the Famous 5 monument. -- December 1998
M-9059-55 Famous 5 Foundation, Ottawa Chapter. -- 1997-1998, 2001. -- Includes their inaugural dinner, and planning for celebratory events held in conjunction with the unveiling.
M-9059-56 Ottawa monument - Unveiling by the Prime Minister and Governor-General. -- 1999-2000. -- Includes Frances Wright's speech on the occasion.
M-9059-57 Photocopies of photographs of the unveiling. -- October 18, 2000
M-9059-58 Ottawa celebrations - Programs and press releases. -- October 2000
M-9059-59 "The Importance of the Persons Case" panel. -- October 17, 2000
M-9059-60 Famous 5 Breakfast with Beverley McLachlin (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court). -- October 17, 2000
M-9059-61 Famous 5 Interfaith Worship Celebration. -- October 2000
M-9059-62 Walking tour booklets for Parliament Hill. -- 1998-2002. -- All include the Famous 5 monument.
Series 8 National exhibit tours - Maquette, etc. -- 1998-2004. -- 10 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of records related to the tour of the Famous 5 monument maquette to provincial and territorial legislatures, for promotional and educational purposes.
M-9059-63 Famous 5 Maquette Tour. -- 1998-1999
M-9059-64 Photos of the maquette at the Nova Scotia Legislature, Halifax. -- July 1999. -- Show Lieutenant-Governor Myra Freidman and the maquette.
M-9059-65 National Exhibit Tour. -- January-April 2000
M-9059-66 Braveries Exhibit Tour. -- May 2000-September 2002
M-9059-67 Photos of the maquette in Whitehorse, Yukon. -- September 6, 2001. -- Includes views of Premier Patricia Duncan; and France Wright giving a speech.
M-9059-68 National Exhibit Tours - Programs. -- 1999-2004
M-9059-69 Newspaper clippings re the tours. -- 1999-2001
Series 9 Speakers series. -- 1997-2004. -- 33 cm of textual records. -- 9 audio cassettes. -- The series consists of programs, biographies, speeches (some audio recordings), newspaper articles, etc., about high-profile women who were keynote speakers at F5F dinners and luncheons.
  Mentorship Speaker Series
M-9059-70 Lists of speakers for the 1996-1997 and 1997-1998 series.
M-9059-71 Meredith DeGroat, President of Totally Tropic Interior. -- January 17, 1997. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-72 Chief Justice Catherine Fraser. -- March 15, 1997
M-9059-73 Madame Justice Rosalie Abella. -- May 23, 1997
M-9059-74 Ann Calvert, Assistant Dean (Research), University of Calgary. -- September 19, 1997
M-9059-75 Dr. Randi Ruth Warne, Mount St. Vincent University. -- October 16, 1997. -- At the unveiling of the Maquette.
M-9059-76 Toben Anderson, breast cancer survivor. -- November 14, 1997. -- Includes audio cassette. (Note: She passed away on July 10, 2006.)
M-9059-77 Mentorship Speaker Series - Tickets, etc. -- 1998-1999
M-9059-78 Judith Snider, National Energy Board. -- January 8, 1998
M-9059-79 Regena Crowchild, former President of the Indian Association of Alberta. -- February 27, 1998. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-80 Michelle Falardeau Ramsay, Chief, Canadian Human Rights Commission. -- March 26, 1998. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-81 Jan Wong, author. -- April 17, 1998. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-82 Senator Joyce Fairbairn. -- May 14, 1998. -- The dinner also Included a performance of the "The Fighting Days" by The Downright Canadian Theatre Company.
M-9059-83 Lois Hole, University of Alberta Chancellor. -- October 22, 1998. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-84 Marcella Szel, Vice-President of Canadian Pacific Railway. -- November 20, 1998
M-9059-85 Martha Billes, head of Canadian Tire. -- January 22, 1999
M-9059-86 Christine Silverbert, Chief, Calgary Police Service. -- February 19, 1999
M-9059-87 Senator Thelma Chalifoux. -- March 19, 1999. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-88 Linda Hohol, Vice-President of CIBC. -- April 14, 1999. -- Includes audio cassette.
M-9059-89 Betty Mann, Investment Advisor of Goepel McDermid; Marcia McClung, granddaughter of Nellie McClung. -- February 16 and March 6, 2000. -- Note: programs only for these two talks.
M-9059-90 Caroline Swift, President of Canadian Federation of Independent Business. -- May 11, 2000
M-9059-91 Senator Vivienne Poy. -- June 15, 2000. -- Includes audio cassette.
  Gratitude Speaker Series
M-9059-92 Gratitude Speaker Series - Planning, finances, ticket order forms, etc. -- 2001-2002. -- Includes correspondence with Cherie Blair, although she did not take part in the series.
M-9059-93 Heather Forsyth, Solicitor General of Alberta. -- November 5, 2001
M-9059-94 Bev Longstaff, G8 Summit Director. -- January 18, 2002
M-9059-95 Lynda Haverstock, Saskatchewan Lieutenant-Governor. -- February 15, 2002
M-9059-96 Pat Duncan, Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA). -- March 8, 2002
M-9059-97 Kathy Sendall, Vice-President of Petro-Canada. -- May 3, 2002
  Leadership Speakers Series
M-9059-98 Leadership Speakers Series - Planning, ticket order forms, etc.. -- 2002-2003
M-9059-99 Senator Lorna Milne. -- October 18, 2002
M-9059-100 Bonnie Dupont, Vice-President of Enbridge. -- December 5, 2002
M-9059-101 Ann McCaig, University of Calgary Corporate Director. -- January 30, 2003
M-9059-102 Arlene Dickinson, President of Venture Communications. -- April 10, 2003
M-9059-103 Nancy Knowlton, President and founder of SMART Technologies. -- June 12, 2003
M-9059-104 Leadership Speakers Series luncheons. -- 2003-2004. -- Consists of programs and newspaper articles.
Series 10 Rising Stars. -- 1997-2000. -- 8 cm of textual records. - The series consists of programs, speaker biographies, planning and financial records of dinners held to "celebrate women's accomplishments and inspire young women to achieve their goals".
M-9059-105 Rising Stars - Denise Donlon as speaker. -- November 6, 1997. -- Inaugural event.
M-9059-106 Rising Stars - Jennifer Welsh as speaker. -- March 12, 1998
M-9059-107 Rising Stars - Sharon Wood as speaker . -- November 18, 1998
M-9059-108 Rising Stars - Christine Nordhagen as speaker. -- March 11, 1999
M-9059-109 Rising Stars - Carol Ann Cole as speaker. -- November 18, 1999
M-9059-110 Rising Stars - Vicki Saunders as speaker. -- April 6, 2000
Series 11

Education Committee. -- 1996-2004. -- 13 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of minutes, reference material and education guides created by the committeee to help provinces and territories include more women's history in their curriculums.

M-9059-111 Education Committee. -- December 1996-April 1998
M-9059-112 Education Committee. -- April 1998-December 1999
M-9059-113 Education Committee. -- 2000-2004
M-9059-114 Draft Education Guide. -- February 1999
M-9059-115 Nation Builders Education Series "Samplers" of reference material
M-9059-116 Agreements with Spectra Education. -- 1998, 2000
Series 12 O Canada - National anthem wording debate. -- 2001-2004. -- 6 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of records about Senator Vivienne Poy's failed attempt to have the word "sons" replaced in Canada's national anthem, to make it more gender neutral. Includes proposed new wording, lobbying campaigns, newspaper clippings, letters to the editor, etc.
M-9059-117 O Canada wording debate - Senator Poy's campaign. -- 2001
M-9059-118 O Canada wording debate - Senator Poy's campaign. -- 2002-2004
M-9059-119 Newspaper articles and letters to the editor re the national anthem. -- 2002-2004
Series 13 Other activities and projects. -- 1996-2003. -- 13 cm of textual records. -- 1 audio cassette. -- The series documents other activities undertaken by the F5F to fulfill their mission. These include campaigns to get Famous 5 women on a postage stamp and the $50 bill; finding uses for Nellie McClung's Calgary home; holding "F5K" runs; an essay contest; an educational CD Rom; and honouring outstanding contemporary women.
M-9059-120 Inaugural celebration of the newly-formed F5F. -- October 18, 1996. -- The keynote speaker was Sharon Wood. Includes an audio cassette.
M-9059-121 Nellie McClung's Calgary house - Potential purchase and uses. -- 1996-1997
M-9059-122 80th anniversary of the first Canadian women to vote, run for office and be elected. -- June 7, 1997. -- Program only.
M-9059-167 Alberta's Famous 5 poster for the 80th anniversary celebrations. -- 1997. -- Ffeaturing Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Murphy and Irene Parlby.
M-9059-123 Famous 5 postage stamp in "The Millenium Collection". -- 1999-2000
M-9059-124 F5K runs. -- 1999-2002
M-9059-125 Pink Teas. -- 1998-2001. -- See also M-9059-47 above.
M-9059-126 Famous 5 CD Rom. -- 2001
M-9059-127 F5F Tribute to Marching Mothers. -- October 18, 2001. -- 50th anniversary of the March of Dimes.
M-9059-128 "Women are Persons" essay contest for school children. -- 2001
M-9059-129 Trumpets and Crumpets Tea. -- June 10, 2001
M-9059-130 Famous 5 on the $50 bill. -- 1997-2001
M-9059-131 F5F nominations of outstanding women for various awards. -- 2000-2002. -- Includes nominations for Hazel Gillespie, Kathy Sendall, Rosalyn Schmidt, Kris Matthews, Unni Soelberg-Claridge, and Nancy Millar.
M-9059-132 Celebration Committee - Minutes, etc. -- 2002. -- Planning for October 18, 2002 events.
M-9059-133 Future Leaders Forum Committee. -- 2002-2003. -- Planning for forums held on October 18, 2002 and October 15, 2003.
Series 14 Frances Wright. -- 1997-2003. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- 2 audio cassettes. -- The series documents outside events in which Frances Wright took part, largely in role as head of the F5F.
M-9059-134 Speeches and speaking engagements. -- 1999-2002. -- Includes audio cassettes of an International Women's Day panel discussion, chaired by Frances.
M-9059-135 Womens' Equality Conference, London, England. -- October 1999. -- Frances was a speaker at the conference.
M-9059-136 RCB Reception with Frances Wright. -- April 8, 2003. -- Frances talked about the "ongoing adventures of the F5F".
M-9059-137 Miscellaneous. -- 1997-2003. -- Consists of her business card, invitations to various events, Maclean's Honor Roll article, Rotary Integrity Award, etc.
M-9059-138 Photograph (portrait) of Frances Wright. -- [ca. 2000]
Series 15 Reference material - Famous 5, Persons Case, eugenics, etc. -- 1929-2005. -- 32 cm of textual records. -- The series consists of materials gathered by the F5F pertaining to the Persons Case, the Famous 5 women, women's rights, controversies such as eugenics, and their own activities as a Foundation. Includes both published and unpublished articles; copies of original documents; lists of important dates related to women's rights; and extensive newspaper clippings about F5F activities.
M-9059-(139-140) The Persons Case - Reference material. -- 1929-2000. -- Includes copies of 1929 newspaper articles when the Privy Council decision was announced.
M-9059-141 Brief biographies and background material about the Famous 5 women: Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Murphy and Irene Parlby.
M-9059-(142-143) Published articles about the Famous 5 and the Persons Case. -- 1960-2000
M-9059-144 Published booklets about the Famous 5 and the Persons Case. -- 1990-2000
M-9059-145 Quotes and writings of Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Murphy and Irene Parlby.
M-9059-166 Nellie McClung's article, "Shall Women Preach?", in Chatelaine magazine. -- September 1934. -- Original.
M-9059-146 Descendants of the Famous 5 women. -- 1998-2000, 2004
M-9059-147 "Dates" - Lists of women and events related to Canadian women's rights from the 1860s-2000s. -- Includes things such as dates women gained the vote in each province, first woman senator, cabinet minister, Governor General, Prime Minister, Supreme Court judge, etc.
M-9059-148 Unpublished writings about the Famous 5 women. -- [1997-2002]. -- Consists of university papers, speeches, poems, dramatic pieces, etc. about Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney, Emily Murphy and Irene Parlby.
M-9059-149 Reference material re eugenics, sterilization, racism and other controversies related to the Famous 5 women. -- 1927-2004
M-9059-150 Newspaper clippings. -- 1995-1996. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-151 Newspaper clippings. -- 1997. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-152 Newspaper clippings. -- 1998. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-153 Newspaper clippings. -- 1999. -- Primarily unveiling of the Calgary monument in October.
M-9059-154 Newspaper clippings. -- 2000. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-155 Newspaper clippings. -- 2001. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-156 Newspaper clippings. -- 2002. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-157 Newspaper clippings. -- 2003. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
M-9059-158 Newspaper clippings. -- 2004-2005. -- Primarily re F5F activities.
Series 16 Miscellaneous. -- 1994-2005. -- 4 cm of textual records. -- 1 audio cassette. -- 1 compact disc. -- The series consists of miscellaneous items collected from people not directly linked with the Famous 5 Foundation. Note: Copyright to some of this material is not held by Glenbow.
M-9059-159 The Ballad of Nellie McClung by Carolyn Harley. -- 1994-1999. -- Consists of an audio cassette and words to the ballad. Note: Copyright is held by C. Harley.
M-9059-160 Marjorie Bowker correspondence. -- 1997-1998. -- Consists of correspondence of a former Alberta provincial court judge re the Persons Case.
M-9059-161 Photographs of Norma Bicknell at the Famous 5 monument, Calgary. -- October 19, 1999
M-9059-162 Malak Karsh photograph of the Ottawa Famous 5 monument. -- 2001. -- Note: Copyright is held by M. Karsh.
M-9059-163 Photographs of the visit of Cherie Blair, wife of the British Prime Minister, to the Ottawa Famous 5 monument. -- February 2001. -- Note: Copyright is held by the Ottawa Citizen newspaper.
M-9059-164 Betty Caughlin. -- 2001 and 2005. -- Consists of an article entitled "Famous Five Honours Benchmark for Human Dignity" (2001); and CD of opening remarks she made at the WOW conference (2005).
M-9059-165 Miscellaneous. -- 1999-2001. -- Consists of postcards, bookmarks, a word search puzzle, and a pamphlet advertising a play entitled "The Ginger Group".
M-9059-171 "We are Persons at Last" posters. -- [ca. 1990s]. -- 3 items. -- Not created by the Famous 5 Foundation, but not clear who produced them.
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