Fonds consists of academic calendars (1841-20--), including Women's Medical College, and the School of Mining and Agriculture; registers, lists of students, Registrar letterbooks (1864-1921); examination results; scholarship and awards files (1975-1982); index of students registered previous to 1911; minutes of Convocation (1866-1902); records of Schools Liaison Office (1978-1979); convocation and installation materials; files relating to the Student Record System (1966-1970); list of government grants to Queen's from 1845 to 1964; correspondence, application forms, reports, minutes of selection committees, names of recipients, and other information relating to the Marty/Royce/Lynett Awards and the Rhodes Scholarships (1944-1995); prints and negatives, many originally from the Queen's Alumni Office and STAR, of various events held on campus and used by the Student Recruitment Office for promotional purposes; official Convocation programs, photographs of Honorary Degree recipients at Spring and Fall Convocations.
Queen's University. Office of the University Registrar
Fonds consists of photographs depicting various events, performances, shows, and the like that have taken place within the Grand Theatre over the years; programmes; an audio reel of a Public Service Announcement, created by John Bermingham, Vice-President of Radio Staion CKLC, for the" Grand Theatre Rebuilding Fund"(1964); a promotional film entitled "Grand Theatre".
Fonds consists of subject files; files relating to individuals he has known and interviewed; research files relating to his publications; photographs, articles in the form of by-lines in various newspapers he has worked or free-lanced for; oral and video interviews with such people as Jimmy and Billy Carter, Gerald Ford, John Kenneth Galbraith, Walter Mondale, Brian Mulroney, Bob Rae, Robbie Robertson, Robert Stanfield, and John Turner; a CD of the "Fifth Colloquium on the Legal Profession", sponsored by the Law Society of Upper Canada, and held at Queen's University at Kingston (15 October 2005).
The fonds consists of correspondence, assessment rolls, minutes and resolutions of council, school board records, financial and legal records, petitions, contracts and miscellaneous items relating to the village of Portsmouth from its incorporation as a village to 1951 shortly before its annexation to the city of Kingston in 1952
The records consist of the minutes of the Kingston Public Utilities Commission from 1941 to 1972, and from 1994 to 1997. The minutes of the Kingston Transit Commission are included for 1962, the year it was taken over by the P. U. C. There are account books from 1904 on (the year the Light, Heat and Power Company was taken over by the city), financial statements for the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, and some warrants and vouchers for scattered years in the early part of the century.
The fonds also contains gas and electric registers for 1911 and 1915, gas and electric daily report books for a number of years, records of sewer,water and gas services, and order book for the years 1948 to 1952, a record of the monthly output of gas and electricity for the years 1926 to 1939 and other miscellaneous items.
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.
Fonds consists of team photos of various Kingston and area baseball and hockey champions; includes photographs of the Kingston Ponies, the Red Indian Hockey Club, one action photo of Queen's football team, ca. 1928, and three miscellaneous photographs of a Kingston barbershop and the Grocers' and Butchers' Parade (1934).
Fonds reflects the architectural practice of William Coverdale and his son William Miles Coverdale and is comprised of correspondence, financial records, design submissions and specifications, estimates, and reports relating various projects including the Criminal Lunatic Asylum, better known as Rockwood Asylum at Kingston, Ontario. Also includes photographs of the summer home of William Hugh Coverdale at Lemoine's Point Farm.
Fonds consists of subject files from regarding academic departments, administrative office finances, student services, along with Board of Trustees Audit Committee minutes and Finance committee minutes. Some of the files also includes records from the Vice-Principal Finances and the Vice-Principal Institutional Relations.
Queen's University. Office of the Vice-Principal Resources