The fonds consists of photostats of correspondence, biographical data, a proclamation (reproduction) and newspaper clippings. Correspondents include Charles Jones, A.N. Buell and Henry O'Reilly. Includes a petition from Mackenzie to William H. Seward, 1840 Jan. 4.
The fonds consists of a small amount of correspondence, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings (subject based), loose news clippings pertaining to various colonial concerns, a synopsis of some of Principal George Munro Grant's activities, a hand-crafted sympathy message from the Alma Mater Society to Principal Grant on the death of his wife, a duplicate copy (by hand) of the Resolution passed by the University of Toronto Senate on the occasion of George Munro Grant's death, and a number of letters pertaining to William George McIntrye used by W.L. Grant in the preparation of a memorial message regarding his death.
Fonds consists of correspondence, diary, poetry, prose, biographical articles, critical commentaries, news clippings, photographs, scrapbook, and miscellaneous items relating to his library and estate. Microfilm material consists of correspondence from 1890-1906 and a diary from 1861-1864. Also included is the manuscript for "The Golden dog" from 1877, in both original and microfilm formats.
Fonds consists of student essays, teaching notes, poetry, music scores, including "Queen's University Sesquicentennial Hymn", and reviews pertaining to the career and interests of Professor Barnes. Also included is a copy of the manuscript published in his honour entitled, "Complex Variables".
This collection consists of copies of correspondence; memoranda; building estimates; and plans relating to the construction, and subsequent renovations, of the Kingston Militia Drill Shed (1865-1900), when it was located on the campus of Queen's University at Kingston.
Fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, and newletters relating to the Queen's Track & Field/Cross Country Booster Club; the Rolf Lund Memorial Meet; and reports relating to the "Review of Athletics and Recereation at Queen's University (the 'Crawford - Deakin Report')".