- CA ON00239 F01512
Queen's University. University Council
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Queen's University. University Council
The fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, research and lecture notes, student essays, photographs and sound recordings; and material relating to the history of First Baptist Church, Kingston, Ontario (1913-1992). The papers have documentation on Dr. Rawlyk's professional activities, wide research interests, and rich religious life. The papers include his extensive correspondence with Canadian and American scholars. The files of writings show his broad range of interests in the fields of Evangelical/Baptist history, the life and works of Henry Alline, the history of the Maritime provinces, and Canadian historiography generally. Extensive documentation is included on the two important events in Dr. Rawlyk's scholarly life: the 1993 Angus Reid Poll on Religious life in Canada; and the 1995 conference on Canadian Evangelicals, both assisted by the P.E.W. Trust.
Rawlyk, George Alexander
Fonds consists of records of the Station Manager, including H.H. Stewart and Steve Cutway; correspondence; reports and surveys; budget material; minutes of the Radio Committee; programme logs; technical data reports, manuals, and license applications relating to both the AM and FM transmitters; requisition books; H.H. Stewart's technical notes relating to various pieces of Station equipment; photographs of Station employees, equipment, and events; the 'Letters Patent' and other legal documents relating to the Incorporation of 'Radio Queen's University'; minutes and financial statements submitted to the Annual General Meeting and to the Board of Directors; applications to the Canadian Radio Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to renew the Station's broadcast license; CD-R of Autumn Convocation 2002; a journal documenting those University sports events involving the Radio Station in which the Clear Cup made an appearance; audio cassettes featuring the Vanier Cup football game between Queen's University Golden Gaels and St. Mary's University Huskies (21 November 1992); sound recordings including a concert by the School of Music's Queen's Collegium of Music (ca. 1980); an address to the John Austin Society by Dr. G.H. Ettinger, with questions, and closing comments by Dr. W.E. Swinton (5 March 1980); Choir Director George Graham, with Assistant Director, Judith M. Evenden, conducting in Chalmers United Church, Kingston (ca. 1985); "Journey into Silence", by Andrew Orr, recorded at Domino Theatre (June 1985); School of Music Student Recital featuring Jukie Mylks,soprano and Fran Harkness, piano (18 April 1993); Queen's Theological College Kick-off to the "Invest in Ministry Campaign", with Steve Cutway interviewing Principal Ross and Mayor John Gerretsen.
Queen's University. Radio Station CFRC-FM.
Fonds consists of 3 audio cassette tapes of an interview with Mr. Al Shawana, former Chief, Elder and Band member of the Wikwemikong First Nation; transcription of the interview; interview questions and Mr. Shawana's written answers; copy of an essay written by Brenda Wang for her History 467 course, and based on her interview with Mr. Shawana, entitled, 'Resistant Spirit: The Unceded Status of Wikwemikong Indian Reserve and Modern Day Ramifications'.
Fonds consists of a copy of the "Draft Proposal for the Development of Professional Graduate Studies in Art Conservation Leading to the Degree of Master of Art Conservation (M.A.C.)" (November 1972); M.A.C program information (1975-1978); and departmental meeting minutes (1996-1998); records relating to the Master of Art Conservation (MAC) programme, including the 'Proceedings' and accompanying sound recordings of the "Art Conservation Training Programs Professional Papers 'First Peoples Art and Artifacts: Heritage and Conservation Issues' presented at the Eighteenth Annual Conference" held at Queen's University (May 1992); and records relating to MAC Professor Henry Hodges.
Queen's University. Department of Art
The collection consists of sound recordings acquired by Queen's University, previously collected by the Library or otherwise lacking provenance. Includes some published recordings from CBC and other radio stations; recordings relating to events in Kingson, including the 1976 Olympic Games, the Kingston Tercentenary and Music in Kingston events. Also includes recordings from select political events in Ontario and Alberta.
Fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; manuscripts; playscripts; school notebooks; diaries; reviews; articles; typescripts of some of her writings; publications; photographs; clippings; and oral history tapes, with transcripts; one DVD-R of the National Film Board of Canada's production of "The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar,". There is considerable material relating to her book, 'Celebrate This City.' The photographs are from books on the Ottawa Valley, Kingston, and the Dalton Sailing Album.
The fonds consists of correspondence, news clippings, articles, pamphlets and offprints of articles. Many files relate to a proposed biography of Sir Edward R. Peacock. Correspondents include T.S. Eliot, Lord Beaverbrook and a number of individuals at Queen's University. There are also manuscripts and offprints of Professor Graham's publications, a recording of and photographs of initiation activities for Queen's University's class of Arts '26. There is also a noteable amount of family material including a childhood photo albums, posthoumous material gathered by his family pertiaing to GSG's life and times, as well as genealogical material relating to the Graham family. This fonds contains the following series: Correspondence (1925-1984), Subject Files (1932-1981), Peacock Biography research (1904-1975), Writings (1935-1979), Photographs (ca. 1922) and Sound recordings ([1944-1945]).
Graham, Gerald Sandford
The fonds consists of the personal records of the Kingston-based journalist and author Robert A. O'Brien (1915-2000). It contains his published and unpublished writings in various genres including journalism, criticism, scholarly work, fiction. In addition to his reviews, articles, and stories - and the notes and other research he compiled in the writing of these works - the fonds also includes speeches and radio scripts which he wrote. In addition to his writings, the fonds contains records of his personal life, including documents relating to his family life and finances, his service in the Canadian Army (1941-1953), and his post-secondary education. This fonds contains the following series: Personal documents (1878-1998), L.H. Irving correspondence and other material (1885-1951), Notebooks (1952-1997), Army (1930-1960), University records (1934-1956), Thesis - Literary Dandyism (1952-1971), Writing and research (1939-1994), and Radio (1974-1980).
O'Brien, Robert Anthony
Fonds consists of film of diving expeditions, air shows, and launches of the Apollo missions from Cape Canaveral taken for local news outlets. Also includes footage and photographs taken by Carl Shales, Lloyd's father, of a road trip from Kingston to British Columbia in 1923; the 1932 Kingston Air Show; R100; and various activities centred on, and around, the Kingston Flying Club.