The fonds consists of moving image recordings of the various Hannah Happenings that have occurred over the years. Also includes a complete transcription of a series of interviews with Professor Charles R. Roland, covering his life and career in medicine, conducted by Dr. Jacalyn M. Duffin, Hannah Chair, Queen's University at Kingston and Dr. Paul Potter, Hannah Chair, University of Western Ontario.
Queen's University. Office of the Hannah Chair History of Medicine
The diary of William Fitzgerald starts with brief records of weather and a few daily events in January of 1892. It goes on to record many of the events that occurred in Mr. Fitzgerald's life in 1892 and 93. These include events in Camden East, Kingston,and Zion Church in Kingston. Much of the diary is taken up with recording events that happened while the author was employed as a cheese maker in Pittsburgh Township and it also records a visit the author made to Syracuse to look for work.
This collection consists of photographs (prints and negatives, b/w and colour), slides, colour separations, and clippings from various early Kingston newspapers, accumulated during the research and writing, by Nick and Helma Mika, of publications relating to Kingston, and the surrounding region.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook (photocopy) containing numerous mementos, including photographs, programmes, clippings, invitations and dance cards, of her days at Queen's, 1924 - 1927; a poem extolling her chosen University and written by her during her second year ; and a photo album belonging to her future husband, Hugh Cameron Jenkinson that was compiled by himself during his days an Honours Engineering student at Queen's, 1923 - 1927.
The fonds consists of letters, petitions, reports, returns and other documents recieved in the office of the Provincial Secretary and Registrar for Canada West. Letterbooks contain outgoing correspondence from the Provincial Secretary's Office.
This fonds consists of Hamilton Collegiate Institute Yearbook, 1922; bound copy of articles -- including 'The New Central Heating Plant of Queen's University and Kingston General Hospital', 1923 -- regarding mechanical design and stress analysis, 1923-1924; magazine copy of Franklin Field Illustrated 29th Annual Relay Carnival from the University of Pennsylvania, 1923; convocation program for the 86th Convocation session at Queen's University, 1927; booklet of examination results for the Faculty of Applied Science from Queen's University, 1926-7.
Contains registry of immigrants landed at the port of Kingston, 1862-1878. The returns show the date the individual landed, his or her name, where they were from, what port of arrival they landed at, where they intended to settle, their condition, general appearance and overall health, how many were in the party (number of male and female adults and number of children under 6 years old and from 6 to 12 years of age) any employment waiting for them and where, what Township they were settling in or had bought land, how many passage tickets were issued, provisions and medical aid given by the Emigrant Agent, how much money they brought with them on the voyage and general remarks which included deaths, or burial details. Copied from Department of Immigration Series M, Arrival/Destination records.
This fonds consists of material relating to the Rev. Alice Armstrong Huff, the first female graduate of Queen's Theological College, included a videotaped interview conducted by Susan O'Keefe, 26 and 27 June 1992;520::Student essay, photographs, clippings, correspondence relating to Rev. Huff, 1940-1992; copy of Rev. Huff's Queen's Theological College Convocation Address, 12 May 1993;essay written by Rev. Alice Armstrong Huff, 1992.