The fonds consists of correspondence pertaining to publications of the Society or colloquiems sponsored by the Society; minutes of the Council; subject files relating to bibliographies on a number of subjects as well as files on publications; constitutional material; publications; book reviews and proofs; members' photographs and photographs of events; miscellaneous material.
The fonds consists of material created and received by the Association over fifty years of operation, from 1919 to 1970. The material reflects the Association's acitivites regarding mainy issues important to the clothing industry at that time, such as standards, wage scales and comparative wages, costing of materials, scales of production, incorporated rates, cost of living, and registered complaints. It also illustrates the Association's relationship with other organizations, in particular the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. The fonds is comprised of correspondence, reference and research material about the industry, industrial standards, clippings, newsletters, as well as material supplied by members regarding their own enterprises.
Men's Clothing Manufacturers Association of Ontario
The fonds consists of correspondence and subject files relating to various matters during Salsberg's term as an alderman and as a member of the Ontario Legislature. Also included are correspondence and research notes relating to many topics pertaining to the Jewish communities in Canada and around the world. There are also copies of Salsberg's articles written for the Canadian Jewish News and other publications. Personal photos and some of Dora's files can also be found in this fonds. This fonds contains the following series: Politics (1937-1957), Judaica (1906-1995), Writings (1949-1993) and Personal records ([190-]-[199-]).
The fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; financial and legal records; Daybooks with accompanying Indices; writings; diplomas and certificates; photographs; and videocassettes providing a detailed portraiture of the 'country doctor' in Eastern Ontario from the late 19th to the mid- 20th century.
Fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, published and unpublished material, clippings, course notes, speeches, and an audio recording of Dr. Swainson's lectures. The material represents his academic work and other scholarly interests, particularly his specialized knowledge on Canadian Confederation history with an emphasis on the life and times of Sir John A. Macdonald, John Diefenbaker, James Richardson of Kingston, the Garson Family of Winnipeg; and Garden Island.
The fonds consists of records created over 150 years by William Sawyer and his descendants. Predominantly the fonds is comprised of photographs, artwork, notes and prints that were created and received by William Sawyer in his role as photographer and portrait painter. Also included is documentation surrounding his career and activities that was gathered, or transcribed, by two generations of his descendants in their research and commemoration of his life and work. The fonds has been divided into three series: Agnes Etherington Art Centre exhibition; Marion Wallace material; and William Sawyer material.
The fonds consists of material relating to both the private and public life of the artist, reflecting the development, growth and working life of the artist over a 50 year time period. The fonds consists of records that reveal and document the many activities of the artist such as: the creation, mounting and exhibition of artworks; teaching; participation within local and national associations and groups such as PEN Canada and CARFAC, as well as local artist-run centres and organizations; residencies undertaken; texts written and published; and honours and awards received. Includes: correspondence; research materials; working and prepatory material for artworks in various media formats; transcripts; translations; journals and agendas; speeches and conference papers; drafts, manuscripts and working correspondence regarding published texts; and teaching notes and material. The fonds has been arranged in the following series: Projects; Teaching activities; Artist in the Community; and Personal activities.
Fonds consists of correspondence, research files, lecture notes, examination questions and background notes on pre-1896 balance of payments. Among the more interesting files in this collection are a whole series showing various ways capital flows to and from Canada based on figures drawn largely from the 1914-26 period. For most of the early 1940's Knox's work reveals his interest in war finance and post war recovery but there are also files on something called the Book Binder's Arbitration. After the war there are files on a Hyde Park Conference, Bretton Woods, the European League for Economic Co-operation and the Commonwealth Conference of 1951. Two other interesting files are the one of the Royal Society Selection Committee of 1948-9 and another on a 'Proposed Association of Canadian University Teachers'.
The fonds consists of general records; correspondence, including requests for various foodstuffs to be sent overseas (mostly to England) following the end of the Second World War; customer order books; ledgers; architectural drawings; all of which detail the operations of a general and specialty grocery store from 1881 to the mid-1970's.
The fonds consists of correspondence, including a number of hand-sketched Christmas cards; subject files; photographs; sketch books; stamp collection; and slides. The materials illustrate all aspects of Macdonald's career. Photographs of many of his works and reviews of his exhibitions document his long and distinguished career. In addition there is a large collection of slides of many of his works. The correspondence, which includes a considerable amount of material from Robertson Davies, and subject files are invaluable for a study of his life and work. A large collection of personal photographs are also available to document Macdonald's life and that of his closest friends.