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 images of people, buildings, and events on the campus of Queen's University at Kingston in the autumn of 1942, including the class of 'Radio Technicians, Course No. 4, November 1942'; an interview with Glen Gordon Williams conducted by Henk Pardoel, Communications/Sports Information Officer, Queen's Athletics & Recreation, 1 October 2001.
Fonds consists of course notes taken by Paul Pross while he was a student in the Faculty of Law at Queen's University, including those for 'Canadian Government and Politics', with Professor Alexander Corry (1959-1960), and 'Constitutional Law', with Professor Lederman (1962-1963); copy of the World University Service of Canada Seminar 1962, held in Poland entitled, "The Role of Science and Culture in the Development of Nations"; ten photographs relating to the 'Keep Queen's Green' campaign.
The fonds consists of correspondence, notes, family histories, and photographs pertaining to Mabel Ringereide's genealogical research into the Romanes (especially George), Macdonald (especially John Duff), Morson, and Murray families.
The fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, and information leaflets to and from Mary Stouffer, as she applies for enrollment in Queen's University Summer School through its Department of University Extension.
The fonds consists of various records created in the establishment of the Foundation, such as correspondence, copyright information and financial matters to do with the Trust. There are also records reflecting the activities of the Foundation in attempting to locate all of Jacobine Jones' works that were scattered across the country in different locations and collections in order to create a catalogue raisonné of the artist.
The fonds consists of photographs of Kingston and region including Fort Henry prior to, and following, restoration; Simcoe House; City Hall and Princess Street during 250th Anniversary celebrations; the S.S. Waubic and S.S. Wolf Islander; Cathcart Redoubt, Cedar Island; and Murney Tower.