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Saturday's Passage

  • F3035
  • Collection
  • ca. 1970

Collection consists of a shooting script for Saturday's Passage as well as a flyer advertising the world premiere of the film in Kingston on Saturday March 7th, 1970.

MBM Film Group

Saunders film collection

  • F3028
  • Collection
  • 1932-1936

At the end of 1930 William Eric Pentland Saunders, late of the Indian Army, and his wife, Margaret Helen Saunders, née Inverarity, set out westward from England on a trip around the world. Eric and Maisie embarked on the USS Leviathan at Southampton on December 16, 1930 and returned to England, via Ostend, on about June 11, 1935. They were accompanied throughout by Ivy Vanderplank who was in their employ.

Upon arrival in New York City (December 24, 1930) Maisie bought a Kodak 16mm movie camera. The majority of the films were shot by Maisie, though there are brief glimpses of her in a couple of films, when someone else, likely Eric, took the camera. The numbering of the surviving films suggests that in the course of her trip around the world she produced at least one hundred and twenty-nine reels. She produced another seven 400-foot reels upon her return to the United Kingdom. Most of the films have disappeared, a few have merely not been salvageable. The collection therefore consists of twenty-four 400-foot films, seventeen from the trip around the world and eight from the period after the Saunders' return to the United Kingdom.

The earliest surviving reel shows Peking in January 1932; the latest shows England in the summer of 1936. There are no surviving films from the first year of the Saunders' travels. The majority of the films from the trip around the world refer to the last year of the Saunders' travels -- that is, in the Middle East and Europe in 1934 and 1935.

The Saunders toured Japan until early in January 1932, when they took a ferry to Korea. They made their way overland to Manchuria, freshly occupied by Japan, then down to Peking, where the first of the extant films (24) finds them. The next surviving film (26) begins in Shanghai, where the Saunders party arrived, apparently by ship, during the last phase of the fighting between the Chinese and Japanese (February 1932. The film also shows the group's departure on the USS President Coolidge and its arrival in Hong Kong. Maisie Saunders's films of her party's subsequent travels in French Indochina, the Dutch East Indies and Ceylon and their long sojourn in Australia have all been lost. One film (59) survives from the Saunders's months in New Zealand.

Of stylistic note: many of the films are being shot from inside/on board vehicles. The hood ornaments of their various cars are often visible in the shot.

Saunders, Margaret (Maisie) Helen Strickland

Queen's clippings collection

  • CA ON00239 F3023
  • Collection
  • [197-]

Collection consists of subject files containing news clippings related to various events and personalities at Queen's University.

Queen's University. Queen's University Archives

Sinclair Ross letters

  • CA ON00239 F3020
  • Collection
  • 1973-1974

Collection contains four letters from Sinclair Ross to Thomas Sunega.

Ross, James Sinclair

Queen's iTunesU collection

  • CA ON00239 F3019
  • Collection
  • 2004-2014

Collection consists of sound and audio recordings of events, lectures, and marketing features held at and produced by various departments at Queen's University. Includes convocation speeches by honorary graduates, visiting lectures, and CFRC podcasts, among other material.

Queen's University. Department of Marketing and Communications

Lockyer family collection

  • CA ON00239 F3012
  • Collection
  • ca. 1900-2006

The collection is comprised of correspondence, articles, telegrams and official military documentation collected and received by Martha and George Lockyer from their son, Chris Railton Lockyer who died on active service (17 August 1917) in the Battle for Hill 70, near Vimy. The collection also includes a number of letters from Alec Lockyer to his parents and siblings. This material was organized by Don Lockyer into two named volumes "Far from Home" and "Somewhere in Europe". The volumes intersperse non-contemporaneous articles and materials framing and contextualizing this material within a larger narrative. Also included are some supplemental letters, photographs and a memorial marker for C.R. Lockyer.

Lockyer family

Queen's University Publications Index Collection

  • CA ON00239 F3005
  • Collection
  • 1873-2010

This collection consists of indices referencing Queen's University publications. The indices were originally on index cards (Faculty Index and Queen's Alumni Review index), and in print (Queen's Quarterly and Queen's Gazette).

Queen's University Publications Index Collection

Kingston Voters' Lists collection

  • CA ON-KINGSTON F2980
  • Collection
  • [ca. 2000]

The collection consists of municipal voters' lists from 1921 to 2000, provincial voters' lists from 1938 to 1981, and federal voters' lists from 1953 to 1988. Before 1935, municipal voters lists were used in federal elections. Starting with the election of 1935, federal voters lists were created.The lists bear the names and addresses of eligible voters within a particular polling station. There is also a municipal instruction video regarding elections.

Amos family films collection

  • CA ON00239 F2972
  • Collection
  • ca. 1920-1940

Collection consists of 23 home movies taken of various Amos family activities. Outdoor activities such as skiing, horseback riding, picnic are depicted. There are also a number of films that have to do with mines and mining in the Cobalt area of northern Ontario.

Amos family

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