Fonds reflects the architectural practice of William Coverdale and his son William Miles Coverdale and is comprised of correspondence, financial records, design submissions and specifications, estimates, and reports relating various projects including the Criminal Lunatic Asylum, better known as Rockwood Asylum at Kingston, Ontario. Also includes photographs of the summer home of William Hugh Coverdale at Lemoine's Point Farm.
Fonds primarily consists of material pertaining to winning the World Barely Championship in 1968/1969. A small amount of other official personal documentation accompanies that material (marriage license, school marks, Holstein breeding certificates).
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. Some of the files also includes records from the Vice-Principal Finances and the Vice-Principal Institutional Relations.
Queen's University. Office of the Vice-Principal Resources
The collection is comprised of sixty letters written during the years of 1843 to 1872 to George Copeman in England.Fifty-three are original letters, four are copies of the originals which are housed in the Dr. Albert E Senkler, (EJS’s son) collection at the Minnesota Historical Museum in St Paul, and three that were transcribed by hand by his grandson Edmund J Reynolds ( EJR) but the whereabouts of the originals is no longer known.
Transcriptions of the original letters are also available and appear to have been transcribed by EJR, perhaps in the 1920s.
Using historical documents, interviews and personal genealogies, Shernold Edwards examines the history of Black Canadians in Kingston from both an historical perspective as well as the contemporary reality of being a student at Queen's University. Includes interviews with local Kingston residents, the Mason family, the Batchelor family, Rudy Cox, Judi Brown and Rick Neilson. Students Cherilyn Scobie and Anthony Farrell, members of the African Caribbean Student Association at Queen's, are also interviewed. Directed by Pam Main, edited by Dean Shea.
Fonds consists of correspondence, both personal and business; subject files; exhibition records; personal material; works & ideas in progress; information relating to other artists; print and art records including inventories and prices; financial & legal records; family genealogy; clippings; scrapbooks; photographs; printed material; stencils, drawings, and printing plates, relating to the life and work of Nan Yeomans.
Fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; manuscripts; playscripts; school notebooks; diaries; reviews; articles; typescripts of some of her writings; publications; photographs; clippings; and oral history tapes, with transcripts; one DVD-R of the National Film Board of Canada's production of "The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar,". There is considerable material relating to her book, 'Celebrate This City.' The photographs are from books on the Ottawa Valley, Kingston, and the Dalton Sailing Album.
The fonds consists of photographs by staff and freelance photographers, correspondence, employee paybooks (1926-1933), news clippings and subject files (ca. 1955-1975) and an interview, conducted by staff reporter Murray Hogben, with James Alexander Corry, former Principal of Queen's University at Kingston (1980). Also includes souvenir edition of the Whig in honour of Queen's University's second century (October 16, 1964).