Fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, financial records, and reports relating to various fund-raising camapigns undertaken at Queen's; material relating to the Nathan Dupuis Tea Service, donated to the University, by his descendants. Also includes a letter from Philip Moore of Buckingham Palace to VP J.M. Courtwright relating to the unveiling of a plaque on campus during Queen Elizabeth's visit.
Queen's University. Office of the Vice-Principal Development and Information
Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes; subject files; financial and legal records; search and review material relating to the International Study Centre (Herstmonceux Castle), Continuing & Distance and Enrichment Studies; annual budget submissions from those Faculties, Schools, Centres, and non-academic units that report to the Vice-Principal (Academic); internal review files; subject files relating to the annual Maclean's Magazine 'Survey of Canadian Universities'.
Queen's University. Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal Academic
Fonds consists of subject files from regarding academic departments, administrative office finances, student services, along with Board of Trustees Audit Committee minutes and Finance committee minutes. Due to the dating of the files, it's apparent that some of the files are from the predecessor office of the Vice-Principal Finance.
Queen's University. Office of the Vice-Principal Resources
Fonds consists of subject files relating to the various areas of responsibility of the Vice-Principal Services, such as physical services, academic services, student services, health sciences, city relations, parking, property purchases and housing.
Queen's University. Office of Vice-Principal Services
The fonds consists of both personal and professional papers created by Joanne Page over a thirty year period and predominantly reflect the activities that Page undertook as a columnist, author, artist and poet. The records have been arranged into four series, Commonplace books, Writing, Bronwen Wallace and Miscellaneous.