The fonds consists of colour transparencies, colour slides (35 mm) and black and white negatives of aerial views of Eastern Canada including the Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario in general, and Eastern Ontario, especially the region around Kingston, in particular. Included are views of private dwellings and public, industrial, and commercial buildings; mines and quarries; landscapes and forms; urban waterfronts; the Thousand Islands; the Rideau and St. Lawrence River valleys; military camps; and highway interchanges.
The fonds consists of manuscript and research material relating to Dr. Riley's primary research interests of Alfred Döblin, Elisabeth Langgässer, Frederick Philip Grove and Thomas Mann, as well as correspondence sent and received by Riley. This fonds contains the following series: Correspondence (1904-2002), Lecture Notes (1938-1997), Research Notes (1919-1996), Writings (1903-2002), Personal & University Business (1945-2003), and Sound Recordings ([ca. 1980]-2002).
The fonds consists of correspondence regarding his works and research, drafts of his writings, manuscripts of books and photographs. Includes papers of his mother, Flora Macdonald Denison, and his wives, Muriel (Goggin) Denison and Lisa (Andrews) Denison, as well as his father-in-law David James Goggin.
The fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts including biographical and critical articles about Mair, notebooks, diaries, news clippings which include critiques of Mair's work, scrapbooks and photographs. Personal material includes legal and financial papers. There is also a Fur Trader's Notebook and Diary obtained by Mair the collector.
The fonds consists of correspondence and drafts of manuscripts. Includes correspondence with Earle Birney, Mazo de la Roche, Louis Dudek, Raymond Knister, Malcolm Lowry, Desmond Pacey, Seymour Mayne, Sir Charles G.D. Roberts and Miriam Waddington.
The fonds consists of family correspondence, subject files relating to the Kingston Conference of Artists, 1941, the Federation of Canadian Artists, 1941-1951, a family history by Dr. Biéler's father and mother, diaries covering the period 1860-1980, newspaper clippings, exhibition notices, a sketch book by his mother Blanche Biéler (ca. 1884-1886) and a copy of 'Nos Origines' written by André Biéler's parents; interviews, captured on video featuring André Biéler speaking with Peter Harcourt and Tom Evans.
The fonds consists of correspondence with academic colleagues and publishing companies, files of writings (rough, draft and published), field notes, notebooks and legal records relating to the Canada Thermos trademark case.