Fonds consists of correspondence from the University of Regina relating to the forming of a National University Pensioners Association; "Echoes in the Halls: An Unofficial History of the University of Alberta"; a copy of "The First Twenty Years", being the history of the Retirees Association at the University of Victoria; and a series of DVDs, produced by the Simon Fraser University Retirees Association entitled, "An Oral History of SFU: The Excitement of the Early Years" (2005), "An Oral History of SFU: A Conversation with Erickson and Massey SFU Architects" (2006), "An Oral History of SFU: The Instant University" (2007), and "An Oral History of SFU: Creating SFU: The Inside Story" (2013).
College and University Retiree Associations of Canada
Fonds consists of film of diving expeditions, air shows, and launches of the Apollo missions from Cape Canaveral taken for local news outlets. Also includes footage and photographs taken by Carl Shales, Lloyd's father, of a road trip from Kingston to British Columbia in 1923; the 1932 Kingston Air Show; R100; and various activities centred on, and around, the Kingston Flying Club.
The fonds consists of administrative and financial records of the organization relating to issues of funding, grants, audits, financial statements, budgeting, distribution, subscription services, advertising and a small number of production files for various issues. The minutes from the meetings of both the Board of Directors and the Editorial Board are present, though the Editorial Board minutes span only one decade (1990's). The fonds includes a complete run of the magazine.
Fonds consists of articles, correspondence, programme booklets, and photographs relating to Barbara Paul Paithouski, in whose honour the Barbara Paul Prize and Barbara Paul Memorial Award are named, as well as the Paithouski Prize; correspondence, articles, and photographs from, and relating to, the Barbara Paul Memorial Award and the Barbara Paul Prize winners; and records relating to the Paul Family and Joseph (Joe) Paithouski. Also included are CD-ROMs containing both the audio of the Ban Righ Centre's Spring Celebrations 2011 and 2012, a Power Point presentation of "Truecolours" held the same evening (5 May 2011), and a 'slide show' of the Spring 2012 evening; a DVD copy of "A Dream Pursued: An Oral History of the Ban Righ Centre" (2014).
Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes; reports to the Canada Council; publications; promotional material, including a copy of "Then and Now: Celebrating 25 years 1989-2014"; photographs and slides.
Fonds consists of correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, and clippings related to Bill Fitsell's news columns that ran in the Kingston Whig-Standard, and interests in hockey history; the Cliff Bowering sous-fonds (1953-1980); subject files (1900-2000); scrapbooks (1951-1966); Whig-Standard (1838-2011); Kingston Sports (1898-); photographs ([ca. 1884]-2003); International Hockey Hall of Fame (1943-2012); hockey (-2014); writings (1969-2012); sound recordings (1973-2006); photographs of the historical plaque unveiling associated with Meagher House, Kingston, Ontario (1984).
Fonds consists of records of the Station Manager, including H.H. Stewart and Steve Cutway; correspondence; reports and surveys; budget material; minutes of the Radio Committee; programme logs; technical data reports, manuals, and license applications relating to both the AM and FM transmitters; requisition books; H.H. Stewart's technical notes relating to various pieces of Station equipment; photographs of Station employees, equipment, and events; the 'Letters Patent' and other legal documents relating to the Incorporation of 'Radio Queen's University'; minutes and financial statements submitted to the Annual General Meeting and to the Board of Directors; applications to the Canadian Radio Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to renew the Station's broadcast license; CD-R of Autumn Convocation 2002; a journal documenting those University sports events involving the Radio Station in which the Clear Cup made an appearance; audio cassettes featuring the Vanier Cup football game between Queen's University Golden Gaels and St. Mary's University Huskies (21 November 1992); sound recordings including a concert by the School of Music's Queen's Collegium of Music (ca. 1980); an address to the John Austin Society by Dr. G.H. Ettinger, with questions, and closing comments by Dr. W.E. Swinton (5 March 1980); Choir Director George Graham, with Assistant Director, Judith M. Evenden, conducting in Chalmers United Church, Kingston (ca. 1985); "Journey into Silence", by Andrew Orr, recorded at Domino Theatre (June 1985); School of Music Student Recital featuring Jukie Mylks,soprano and Fran Harkness, piano (18 April 1993); Queen's Theological College Kick-off to the "Invest in Ministry Campaign", with Steve Cutway interviewing Principal Ross and Mayor John Gerretsen.
Fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, financial records (1972-86) minutes (1972-2009), reports, Annaul General Meeting booklets, annual "Heritage Awarrd booklets, talks, notices, publications, photographs, printed material, newsletters (1973-2012), copies of the Kingston Cablenet production, "Kingston: Appreciate This City. Episode II: Kingston the capital"; as well as correspondence, minutes, publications, photographs, and correspondence from the Ontario Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning to which the Foundation presented a brief. The fonds also includes mounted photographs from the 'Decline and Fall' Exhibition.