Fonds consists of minutes including minues of the Meetings of the Advisory Committee to the Course on Nursing (1946-1965), reports; subject files; records relating to alumnae reunions; correspondence files pertaining to Josephine Reddick and her work; records and photos relating to the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the School, and especially the Reunion Dinner; photographs of Nursing '91 at the grease pole in 1987, as well as various shots of buildings on campus, convocations, and nursing related events.
Fonds consists of Agenda and Minutes of the Board of Management (1912-2011), and Faculty Board (1884-2011); correspondence; subject files; "Invest in Ministry" fundraising campaign material (1982); financial records; pictorial material; sound recordings; College publications; and printed materials.
This fonds consists of correspondence; minutes; membership lists; constitutions; reports; and photographs. Included is material relating to the 50th Anniversary of the Ban Righ Foundation; Branch records including minutes of the Toronto Alumnae Association (1926-1965), and the Vancouver Alumnae Association (1927-1968); a copy of the Ananlecta (1942); and scrapbooks containing photographs of the executives of the Y.W.C.A. (1889-1922), and its successor the Student Christian Association (1923-1926), and Levana (1889/90-1941/42).
The fonds consists of the following microfilmed series of King Papers: Primary correspondence (J1), 1889-1950; Memoranda and notes (J4), 1887-1950; Speeches (J5), 1899-1950; Family correspondence (J7), 1880-1950; Spiritualism (J9), 1919-1950; and Diaries (J13), 1893-1950. Also included is a series of original press clippings (1935-1951) amassed and retained by Mackenzie King.
Ontario's first township: John Collins' survey of October 27, 1783, of a six mile square township in the Province of Quebec near the ancient Fort Frontenac, now part of the City and Township of Kingston, Ontario; plan showing Collins' survey.