Item is a copy of "Kingston Penitentiary is On The Air", which contains two radio shows, first recorded in July and August 1952, featuring "an hour's worth of perfomances by inmate entertainers from Kingston Penitentiary, as originally recorded over the public airwaves" by Radio Station CKWS.
The fonds consists of predominantly textual records created over a 35 year span reflecting the operations of Harvest House Ltd. Publishing and includes correspondence, manuscripts, galleys, book covers, cover art, promotional material, book review clippings, contracts and financial information. The material has been arranged by the archivist into the following series: Published projects; Administrative files; and Unpublished materials.
Side One: 'Man in the Universe" - (Address in the Brockington Visitor Lecture Series). March 9, 1970. Side Two: Meet Sir Bernard Lovell - (Talk at Victoria Hall). Question period for Sir Lovell's lecture "Man in the Universe" given on March 9, 1970 - recorded on March 10, 1970.
Side One: "Why outer space?" [Address in the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lecture Series, Queen's University] March 11, 1970. Side Two: Blank, should contain "Is there extra-terrestrial life? [Address to Biology Society] March 12, 1970.
Address to Astronomical Union Dinner; March 13, 1970. Reports for the Science Research Council of the United Kingdom, current developments in process in the area of eptical astronomy and other developments in astronomy
Side One: "Ethical Issues Involved in Influencing the Mind" [Address in The University and Ethics of Change Symposium' Nov. 7, 1968. Side Two: "Ethical Issues Involved in Genetic Manipulation and Biological Conditioning" [Symposium on the University and the Ethics of Change] Nov. 7, 1968. Begins on side 1.
Side One: "Ethical Issues Involved in Changing the Physical Environment." Nov.7, 1968 [Address in The University and the Ethics of Change Symposium] - Myerson. Side Two: "The role of the university" [Address in symposium The University and Ethics of Change] Nov.7, 1968. Begins on side on and continues on to SR33 - Frye.
Side One: Frye and Panel - "The role of the university" continued from SR32 - Installation of Principal and Vice-Chancellor J.J. Deutsch Nov. 8, 1968. Side Two: Installation of Principal and Vice-Chancellor Deutsch cont..
Side One: Discusses the founding of the Yippie Group, a youth movement begun in 1967. - 1969. Side Two: Address of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to students of Queen's in Grant Hall with question and answer period - 1969.
Side One: Address in the Brockington Visitor Lecture Series by former Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson in January 1969. First Brockington Lecture in Grant Hall. Side Two: Convocation including L.L.D. to Lester B. Pearson - not mentioned in Audio Holdings Text - including a speech by U. Thaunt, Secretary General of the United Nations, read by Chancellor Stirling. May 22, 1965.