Fonds consists of a small number of subject files and a large number of photographs, both prints and negatives, and sound recordings. The subject matter of the photographs spans a broad range and includes a large number of photographs of the Robb family as well as vistors to the family home and bird sanctuary, Abbey Dawn. There are also a fair number of Kingston scenic views and events.
The fonds consists of the personal records of the Kingston-based journalist and author Robert A. O'Brien (1915-2000). It contains his published and unpublished writings in various genres including journalism, criticism, scholarly work, fiction. In addition to his reviews, articles, and stories - and the notes and other research he compiled in the writing of these works - the fonds also includes speeches and radio scripts which he wrote. In addition to his writings, the fonds contains records of his personal life, including documents relating to his family life and finances, his service in the Canadian Army (1941-1953), and his post-secondary education. This fonds contains the following series: Personal documents (1878-1998), L.H. Irving correspondence and other material (1885-1951), Notebooks (1952-1997), Army (1930-1960), University records (1934-1956), Thesis - Literary Dandyism (1952-1971), Writing and research (1939-1994), and Radio (1974-1980).
Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes; subject files; technical reports and studies; submissions, responses, and presentations; clippings; and photographs; pertaining to the GRA's active participation in the waste management process, including Draft Stage Two, Compensation Policy, and Diversion Programmes, as the Township/City of Kingston and area residents sought solutions to the need to locate a landfill site in Glenburnie, Ontario; videocassette containing the views and concerns of Glenburnie residents regarding the proposed Landfill Site.
The fonds is comprised of records that reflect the research and writing process of Merilyn Simonds in her activity as a writer of a variety of publications over a 30 year period. The records illustrate Simonds process, method and practice for writing newspaper articles, periodicals, non-fiction guides, literary non-fiction and fiction. The fonds has been arranged in the following series: Adminstrative files; Journalism; Projects; and Audio Visual.
The fonds consists of records relating to the financial standing of the society, annual yearbooks which document the activities of the Society over the past year, records relating to the running of the annual flower shows put on by the Society, as well as correspondence, reports, minutes and notices which pertain to the executive and the administration of the organization.
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, research notes, articles and other published material, clippings, and photographs relating to her abiding interest in a number of historical and heritage endeavours, including 'Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Day'; the Kingston Harbour Front Archaeological Project, and the historical use of site surveys with maps, reports, and cards; photographic slides and prints of the Memorial Windows at Kingston City Hall; assessment rolls and indices for Bedford, Hitchenbrooke and Sheffield Townships in the old Frontenac County; a volume published in 1856, entilted, 'Maps, Reports, Estimates, &c., Relative to Improvements of the Navigation of the River St. Lawrence, and a Proposed Canal Connecting the River St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain.'; and blueprints of the Murney and Fort Frederick (Martello) Towers.
The fonds consists of correspondence; administrative records, including minutes, agendas and reports; event and project files; photographs; and various publications. Also includes bound scrapbooks, containing announcements of regular meetings, newspaper clippings and event advertisements. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Correspondence (1952-2003), Administrative (1920-2011), Bulletins (1966-2006), Events and Projects (1947-2011), Publicity (1929-2005), Photographs (-2000), and Scrapbooks (1925-1968).
Fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, and newsletters from Kingston Yacht Club, Agnes Etherington Gallery Association, Kingston Symphony Association, Grand Theatre Board, Art Collection Society of Kingston, Cataraqui Golf & Country Club, Kingston Arts Council, Limestone Cat Club, Kingston Community Council and Sydenham Street United Church.