This fonds consists of writings, manuscripts, lecture notes, correspondence, articles, speeches and addresses, photographs and other files relating to his academic career; and videocassettes of two lectures entitled, 'Some Reflections on Morality', and 'Praise, Blame, and Responsbility,' presented in the Winter of 1982, at Sir Wilfred Grenville College, in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.
The fonds consists of records documenting Mazo de la Roche's family and professional life, predominantly from 1927 to 1960, though some of the material, in particular the photographs, are from her childhood. The fonds has been divided into the following series: correspondence - mainly with her children; financial records - ranging from daily living expenses to royalties and investments; miscellaneous; photographs; writings - articles, reviews and novels; and, scrapbooks - press clippings pertaining to Mazo or her work from around the world.
The fonds consists exhibition files, administrative records and fundraising event files. Includes images of all of the artwork displayed in the Union Gallery and promotional material. The fonds contains the following series: Administration (1994-2010), Fundraising (1996-2005) and Exhibits (1994-2005).
The fonds consists of manuscripts, speeches and appearances, clippings and articles, radio editorials, letters and correspondence; honourary degrees and awards, and daily journals relating to Roy Bonisteel's career as an author and television personality. The records reflect the process of writing and rewriting, researching, and editing material to create the finished published work.
The fonds consists of correspondence, diaries and photographs from the period of Dunsmore's World War I service (1915-1919, as well as various writings, lectures and addresses from his time of service on the Board of Trustees.
Fonds consists of copies of the Constitution and By-Laws; correspondence created and received by various Union Presidents and Corresponding Secretaries; minutes and Annual Meeting Reports of the Central Committee; minutes of the National Executive Committee; Presidents' records; membership and other records relating to various Branches, including Alta Vista, Glengarry, John Read, and Newbolt; files relating to the Annual Literary Competition; yearbooks and copies of the 'Leaflet'; various publicaitons disseminated by the National Home Reading Union and the Canadian Association of Reading Clubs; photographs; clippings.
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 to and from Leonard and Reva Brooks; and photographs of Leonard and Reva Brooks, pre-San Miguel de Allende, Leonard Brooks at the New York World's Fair, a sketching trip to Bracebridge with Corry Brigden, Leonard Brooks, and Hopkins Leonard, and Alison and Corry Brigden visiting with the Brooks at Christmas time in San Miguel, and Leornard Brooks and his orchestra at a concert; several posters, some signed by Leonard Brooks, advertising concerts in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.