The fonds consists of correspondence; administrative records, including minutes, agendas and reports; event and project files; photographs; and various publications. Also includes bound scrapbooks, containing announcements of regular meetings, newspaper clippings and event advertisements. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Correspondence (1952-2003), Administrative (1920-2011), Bulletins (1966-2006), Events and Projects (1947-2011), Publicity (1929-2005), Photographs (-2000), and Scrapbooks (1925-1968).
Fonds consists of correspondence, lecture notes, financial records, notes on chamber music series, and photographs relating to the former Department of Music (1947-1954); biographical material relating to one of the founders of the Department of Music, Dr. Frank Llewelyn Harrison; programmes, itineraries, and memoranda for the Queen's University Choral Ensemble (1974-1978); records relating to the Vaghy String Quartet; programmes/posters/brochures for School of Music events (1973-2001); and newsletter (1997-2011).
This fonds consists of correspondence (1952-2005); editorials in British papers (1946-1950) and the 'Winnipeg Free Press' (1950-1960); subject files relating to his time as advisor to the Liberal Party and Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson; notes on the development of social policy and the Canada Pension Plan; papers and lectures written by Kent; published articles and volumes; presentations to parliamentary committees; files relating to the Royal Commission on Newspapers (1980-1981); honours and awards.
Fonds consists of subject files; legal records; a CD of the CVP - Kingston, Inc. web site; paper copies of documents posted on the site; photographs of display panels showing children's play areas at various local prisons.
Fonds consists of Chemistry notebooks from classes at Queen's University, 1957-1959; contract evaluations; correspondence and articles pertaining to a close friend and colleague, Dennis V.C. Awang; correspondence and article on the history of Gordon Hall, Queen's University at Kingston; slides of wild flowers; a tribute to Robert Young Moir delivered on 4 May 1996 at Sydenham Street United Church, Kingston, Ontario, plus other material relating to his former chemistry professor; photographs depicting scenes of Kingston and Queen's University.
The fonds consists of correspondence and constituency files, speeches, photographs and scrapbooks spanning Millken's time as an MP for Kingston and the Thousand Islands and as Speaker of the House of Commons; correspondence, program, speech. an overview, and architectural drawings relating to the design and offical opening cremony of The Law Courts in Edmonton, Alberta.. The files primarily include correspondence with constituents and ongoing subject files on specific issues, but also contain some of Milliken's work on legislation and Parliamentary committees. The fonds also includes photographs and files around specific events, especially during Milliken's term as Speaker of the House. The fonds consists of the following series: Kingston office (1988-2011), and Ottawa office (1963-2011).
Fonds consists of correspondence; historical records; minutes; legal and financial records; annual returns; membership records; Registrars Statements; Proceedings of the Sovereign Great Priory Annual Assembly; summons; subject files; photographs; and printed material.
Hugh de Payens Premier Preceptory, No. 1, Kingston, Ontario