The fonds consists of both personal and professional papers created by Joanne Page over a thirty year period and predominantly reflect the activities that Page undertook as a columnist, author, artist and poet. The records have been arranged into four series, Commonplace books, Writing, Bronwen Wallace and Miscellaneous.
Fonds contains film footage, originally shot in the late 1930s, by John Thomas Corkill, while a mining engineering student at Queen's University at Kingston, and includes Queen's football games, Queen's Bands, campus scenes and students, the 1939 Queen's Science Formal, the Napanee River, and various mining camps.
The fonds consists of personal correspondence, school notebooks, lecture notes and classroom material, manuscripts and published material, political posters and pamphlets, addresses, scrapbooks and a photograph album.The fonds has been arranged in the following series: Personal and family correspondence, 1859-1963; Gordon family material, 1850's-1950's; Organizations (includes IODE, Women's Missionary Society, Dominion Drama Festival and Levana), 1920-1950; School notebooks, 1890-1908; Personal record books (includes diaries), 1899-1951; English department material, 1909-1950; Manuscripts and publications, 1920's-1950's; and Miscellaneous items, 1822-1860.
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
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.