The fonds consists of correspondence, drafts of writings, news clippings, photographs and scrapbooks. Includes 4 typescripts of unpublished novels, biographical material and notes made from taped interview.
The fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, galley proofs, author files, financial and other business records. Author files deal with all aspects inherent within the publication of that author's manuscript. The reseacher is able to trace the development and the forces that come to bear upon the publication, from the initial submission of a manuscript to the ultimate printing and sale of that manuscript. Manuscripts, typescripts, galley proofs and press proofs of most published manuscripts are included in the fonds.
Fonds consists of academic calendars (1841-20--), including Women's Medical College, and the School of Mining and Agriculture; registers, lists of students, Registrar letterbooks (1864-1921); examination results; scholarship and awards files (1975-1982); index of students registered previous to 1911; minutes of Convocation (1866-1902); records of Schools Liaison Office (1978-1979); convocation and installation materials; files relating to the Student Record System (1966-1970); list of government grants to Queen's from 1845 to 1964; correspondence, application forms, reports, minutes of selection committees, names of recipients, and other information relating to the Marty/Royce/Lynett Awards and the Rhodes Scholarships (1944-1995); prints and negatives, many originally from the Queen's Alumni Office and STAR, of various events held on campus and used by the Student Recruitment Office for promotional purposes; official Convocation programs, photographs of Honorary Degree recipients at Spring and Fall Convocations.
Queen's University. Office of the University Registrar
The fonds consists of fifty-five manuscripts with transcriptions, three letters, and an original (plus photocopy) of the manuscript of Fowler's autobiography. Also included are various family legal papers, two unidentified group photographs, and sixteen prints by J. D. Harding, who was Fowler's teacher and two certificates of award issued to Fowler from the Philadelphia Exhibition in 1876.
The fonds consists of scrapbooks containing literary references, poems, articles, a short series on various counties in Ontario and news clippings of World War l. A notebook entitled The Heart of a Boy contains manuscripts and articles, 1884-1891. Three issues of The Maritime Advocate and Busy East, 1935, contain articles about Nova Scotia and enclosed correspondence.
The fonds consists of phjotocopied correspondence with Mrs. Grove, Watson Kirkconnell and Desmond Pacey, and an original manuscript draft of novel about Abe Spalding, which was later revised and published as 'Fruits of the Earth', 1933. The microfilm contains drafts of several of Grove's manuscripts including, Fruits of the Earth, The Master of The Mill, The Weatherhead Fortunes, The White Range Line House and Consider Her Ways.
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, news clippings, tape recordings, galley proofs, a relatively complete bibliography of his work, a videocassette copy of "Rare 'Home Movies'" originally shot in the 1940's and 1950s, and photographs. Included are memorabilia and conference papers from Mr. Gustafson's career as a poet, critic, and scholar.