This fonds consists of material from Thomas Bryan Campbell-Hope's career as a architect, including architectural drawings and plans. Also contained in this fonds is some of his artwork (watercolours and sketches). This fonds includes: an ink drawing of the Queen's Hotel; material on various buildings and building projects (Riverview United Church, U of A E. Duncan Centre, a proposed Government Centre, U of A Household Economics, SAIT Tower Complex, Canmore ALCB, Keyano College, Fairfiew Regional College Student Residence, Alberta Research Council Clover Bar site, NAIT Central Services Building, SAIT Campus Centre, and the Society for the Retired and Semi-Retired, SAIT's construction programme). Artwork includes works on Emily Murphy Park Whitemud Creek, the Downtown HBC building, Woodwards Edmonton, Grand Prairie, Calgary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. Also included is a excerpt from A School of Seamen, A Pride of Ships: A Brief Illustrated History Before During and After St. Margaret's Sea Training School, 1942-1946. MS 715.1: This fonds consists of records on Patrick Campbell-Hope and Thomas Bryan Campbell-Hope. The records regarding Patrick Campbell-Hope consists of material on his life and his work. These records are primarily copies, and they include his birth certificate, his Alberta Grade 13 diploma, a 1931 Christmas Card from the Campbell-Hope family, pages from Eldorado Magazine, a statement of his service in the Canadian Armed Forces, his application for the Architectural Institute for British Columbia, Canadian Architect (1956), office stationary, a organisational Chart for MacDonald and Magoon Architects from the 1930s,architectural plans for a school building Bezanson (1956) and the Rosaling Public School sewage system (1954) and newspaper clippings on the CFRN cabin, New Salvation Army Citadel, Bawlf Community School, and the car accident that took his life. Also included with the Patrick Campbell-Hope records are framed sketches of a Streetscape and "An Elizabethan Banquet Hall." This fonds also consists of artwork by Thomas Bryan Campbell-Hope, including watercolours and pen and ink sketches. Bryan Campbell-Hope's artwork includes a sketch book of 50 watercolours of Edmonton and Alberta, 10 watercolours of Edmonton, 6 watercolours of Alberta, 1 watercolour of Lake Superior Ontario, and 2 pen and ink sketches. Four framed pieces include a colour painting of the Barron building in Calgary, a pen and ink sketch of the Society of the Retired and Semi Retired building in Edmonton, a pen and ink sketch titled "Beached," and a pen and ink sketch called "Homestead." Other material from Bryan Campbell-Hope includes two awards from the Province of Alberta, a commemorative plaque from the Keyano College Campus and Theatre Complex ground breaking, a picture of the SS Elgin Park, drafting instruments, material from his education as an architect and as an artist, Alberta Association of Architects diploma, and a Royal Architectural Institute of Canada certificate.