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.
The fonds is comprised of films, videos, scripts, articles, correspondence, awards, mementos and posters created and/or received by Richard Leiterman in his professional life as a cinematographer. The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Correspondence/Articles; Dramatic Productions - Notes and Clippings; Working Scripts, Storyboards, Notes; Photographs; Memorabilia; Awards; Posters; and Film/Video.
Contains the following performances at Fort Henry ; Frontenac, Marie and Pierre, Red George MacDonald, 1837 Rebellion, Nils von Schoultz, Bill Johnson, Coal Boats, the River Never Dies, Pirate; and the following at the Water Front: The River, Bill Johnson and Banis de ses Foyers. Project leader was John G. Spragge.
The fonds consists of moving image recordings of the various Hannah Happenings that have occurred over the years. Also includes a complete transcription of a series of interviews with Professor Charles R. Roland, covering his life and career in medicine, conducted by Dr. Jacalyn M. Duffin, Hannah Chair, Queen's University at Kingston and Dr. Paul Potter, Hannah Chair, University of Western Ontario.
Queen's University. Office of the Hannah Chair History of Medicine
Fonds consists of short film clips that were likely used as visuals for stories on CKWS news programming. They vary in terms of subject matter from human interest to infrastructure to city politics but are all local in nature.
The series contains the Masters (poor dub), sub-Masters, and original audio for the film Dreamers of the Day, a film about a writer (filmmaker) with an acknowledged passion for women. Dreamers of the Day is an independently-produced film that has been described as filling the void of "good entertaining material that relates to lesbian lives." (1990)
Aerial photographs, (prints & negatives) of Kingston and vicinity as well as Royal visit of 1939, Red Cross nurses, Kingston Collegiate Vocational Institute under construction, Canadian Steamship Lines Grain elevators, Westport, Keyes Supply and scenic shots of the Thousand Islands. The film reel begins with footage of cherry blossoms and then moves on to the 1930 Air Meet held in Kingston. The air show contains scenes of an autogyro, and flour bombing runs on a Model T clad in plywood to resemble a moving tank.