Florence A. Kirk banner image

Acknowledgements

Laura HebertStudent Assistant at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Laura did research for the preparation of the biographical and historical timeline.

Jessica BrownStudent Assistant at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Jessica also did research for the preparation of the biographical and historical timeline. She performed some of the digitization of the letters.

Caitlin MullanStudent Assistant at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Caitlin researched Florence Kirk and Ginling College and wrote the exhibit biography and history. She also performed some of the digitization of the letters.

Catherine FolnovićStudent Assistant at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Catherine created the design template for the exhibit, the banner image, and the colour scheme.

Gordon BiswasStudent Assistant at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Gordon developed automation scripts for the generation of web pages for the exhibit visual timeline. He also added automation support to the historical timeline.

Blair FornwaldArchives Clerk at Archives and Special Collections at the University of Regina.
Blair examined the Kirk letters to gather detailed metadata for each of the letters. She also located contextual images which are collected in the exhibit image gallery.

Luke SatherDigital Asset Management System Administrator for the Saskatchewan War Experience Project.
Luke coordinated and managed the entire CONTENTdm Collection. His work was performed at the University of Saskatchewan with direction from the Saskatchewan Digital Alliance.

Donald JohnsonLibrary Digital Collections Administrator at the Dr. John Archer Library at the University of Regina.
Using the template designed by Catherine, Donald developed the exhibit webpages. He also coordinated the population of the CONTENTdm Collection with the University of Regina Florence Kirk letter records.

Linda WinklerSpecial Collections Librarian at the Dr. John Archer Library at the University of Regina. Liaison Librarian for History, Political Science, Journalism, Media Production Studies and the Canadian Plains Research Centre.
Linda developed the bibliography for the exhibit.

Dr. Philip CharrierAssociate Professor of History at the University of Regina.
His research interests include contemporary Japanese history; visual culture; processes of modernization and development in Asia. Philip wrote the contextual article "The ‘Nanjing Decade’: China Under Jiang Jieshi, 1927-1937" for the exhibit.

Mark VajčnerUniversity Archivist at the University of Regina.
Mark oversaw the entire University of Regina portion of the Saskatchewan War Experience project, of which the Florence A. Kirk Correspondence is a part. He designed the exhibit layout and corresponding menu. Mark also wrote the contextual article "Context and Archival Research" for the exhibit.


Last Revision: 2011-Mar-25