Office files, files related to Queen's staff, slides, videos, photographs and mounted clippings. Photographs and slides depict scenes of annual student activities, building exteriors and interiors, sports, convocations, aerials etc.; video tape for Queen's Capital Program, 1970.
Consists of reports from Divisional Inspectors and best reflects the development of the post office service as a mirror of the settlement of Canada. The reports frequently contain useful descriptions of communities requesting new postal services. Included are maps and site plans for housing postal facilities, petitions, biographical information about persons recommended for or seeking postmastership positions, patronage correspondence, recommendations or suggestions for names or name changes or for a change of site and notices of post office closings. The reports are numbered and are in chronological order. The records for the years 1875-1902 are the residue of original dossiers that have not survived. Only correspondence for the years 1875-1902 has been microfilmed. The early `reports' can be applications to establish post offices, copies of correspondence received from community representatives, P.O.D memorandums and the like. Later reports were filed by the Inspectors and include inspection forms, one or two main files per post office, along with related correspondence, memorandums, etc. The original register to the reports for the years 1875-1902 has not survived.