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Philip H. Mott fonds

  • CA ON00239 F01901
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1958

This fonds consists of negatives, slides, photographs, film reels, and videocassettes of various events and organizations in the Kingston area including the opening of the Queen's University Biological Station at Lake Opinicon, Ontario (1946), and the Institute of Psychotherapy (1958); the Kingston Centennial parade and other associated celebrations (1946). Also included are photographs of the Queen's University Biological Station (1947-1948); various Queen's University drama productions; and publicity shots for the local Chapter of the Canadian and Ontario Cancer Societies (1946-1957).

Mott, Philip H.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

  • CA ON00239 F01541
  • Fonds
  • [196-]-[2010]

The fonds consists of video productions in a variety of formats (Umatic, VHS, created in-house by QTV for a variety of institutional clients and departments. Also includes slides of CORK 1975; visit by H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth II, 1976; Sailing Olympics off Portsmouth Harbour, 1976; Queen's University staff, 1970's. Stills from old QTV productions showing buildings, staff and research, both on an off the University campus.

Queen's University. Queen's Television

Walter Roy Travers

  • CA ON00239 F01309
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1959

Aerial photographs, (prints & negatives) of Kingston and vicinity as well as Royal visit of 1939, Red Cross nurses, Kingston Collegiate Vocational Institute under construction, Canadian Steamship Lines Grain elevators, Westport, Keyes Supply and scenic shots of the Thousand Islands. The film reel begins with footage of cherry blossoms and then moves on to the 1930 Air Meet held in Kingston. The air show contains scenes of an autogyro, and flour bombing runs on a Model T clad in plywood to resemble a moving tank.

Travers, Walter Roy