The fonds consists of correspondence; reports, studies, and proposals; manuscripts; working files; recorded interviews with individuals, organizations; and government authorities at all levels, military and civil defence officials; photographs; videos; clippings; maps; publications; microfilm of clippings from regional newspapers; and posters relating to a study undertaken at Queen's University at Kingston to document this natural disaster and the on-going response to it.
Fonds consists of manuscripts, research notes and correspondence relating to Grady's writing, translation and editorial work. Includes correspondence with Canadian authors, including correspondence relating to the compilation of "Penguin Book of Canadian Short Stories," translation notes and manuscripts for books by Antonine Maillet, Daniel Poliquin and Francine D'Amour, and research notes and manuscripts for his own works, "Quiet Limit of the World," "Vulture," "Bone Museum," "The Dinosaur Project," Chasing the Chinook," "Toronto the Wild," "Tree" and "Bringing Back the Dodo." This fonds contains the following series: Correspondence (1973-1999), Translations (1987-1993), Articles and Features (1961-2001), Anthologies (1975-1995) and Projects (1975-2006).
The fonds consists of correspondence and subject files for the period during which Smith was member of the Ontario Legislature and leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. The files cover contemporary political issues, especially health-related ones.
The fonds consists of correspondence, student notes, lecture notes, student essays and manuscripts of his published works. There are also records of the many academic conferences Dr. Thorburn attended and helped to organize, committee work he was engaged in and records of his students. Taken together the records of Hugh Garnet Thorburn document his life as a scholar from his undergraduate days to his years as Professor Emeritus at Queen's University's Department of Political Studies.
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, news clippings, speeches and scrapbooks of the debates of the Saskatchewan Legislature, 1917-1926. The papers contain a record of Mr. Dunning's career from the time of his entry into politics in 1912 until the late 1950's. The microfilm material reflects the original material held by the Archives of Saskatchewan and pertains to Dunning's activities as Provincial Cabinet Minister and Premier of Saskatchewan. The political aspect is dominant until 1940 and after that, with his retirement from politics, his business interests take precedence.
The fonds consists of correspondence, clippings, photographs and finacial records. There is also much documentation of their art work usually accompanied by the art work itself. As a whole the fonds represents a comprehensive art collection documenting careers in teaching, painting and exhibiting, installations in stained glass, and participation in the Canadian art community, including World War II art commission.
Fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; addresses and speeches; records relating to her time on Queen's University Council, her involvement with convocations both at Queen's and other universities, and her numerous and varied volunteer activities; photographs; moving image and sound recordings; clippings; artefacts.
The fonds consists of the diaries of Edna Barrett, written from the age of 12 until the end of her life in 1998. The diaries describe, among other topics, fashion shows, trips taken, and real estate sales and rentals listings conducted during each year.
The fonds consists of an album of photographs from Ms. Burnetto's time at Queen's University. Includes photos of campus and Kingston buildings and landscapes, field trips and outings to the Thousand Islands, Picton, Garden Island, Lake Ontario Park, Niagara Falls and Quebec City. The is also a page devoted to Professors at Queen's and various shots of friends and rooming house companions. Most individuals are identified.