Correspondence concerning his resignation from Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., over his views on Annexation of Canada to the United States. Also contains copies of letters/essays Allen wrote on annexation for the newspapers.
Collection consists of the personal diary of MacMartin describing his trip to Northern Ontario to conclude negotiations of Treaty No. 9 - The James Bay Treaty with Ojibway (Anishinaabe), Cree (including the Omushkegowuk) and other Indigenous Nations (Algonquin); plus various transcriptions and ancillary material.
The collection consists of correspondence, memos, pamphlets and clippings relating to the operations and promotion of the International Hockey Hall of Fame in Kingston, Ontario, as well as photographs of hockey players, some of which are signed. Also included are the constitution and by-laws, letterhead, drafts of articles and speeches, and financial information for the IHHOF.
The collection consists of statistical data, photographs, clippings and correspondence relating to the sport of ice hockey in North America. Includes statistics on individuals, teams and leagues covering most of the twentieth century, correspondence with National Hockey League franchises, as well as amateur and semi-professional hockey leagues, and press releases, media guides and rosters for the World Hockey Association, University hockey leagues and amateur associations.
The collection consists of thirty-five letters, thirty-three of which are addressed to H.W. Ryland, member of the Legislative Council of Lower Canada, one to a Lieutenant-Colonel Ready, Amyot's deputy at Quebec at the time, and one to the Reverend William Ryland, curate of Sandridge, England, the son of H. W. Ryland. The letters concern chiefly private business matters and Amyot's relation to Lower Canada when he was its absentee secretary, the receipt of his pension when his secretaryship was commuted in 1828, and his activities with the British government on Ryland's behalf.