Fonds consists of photographs of 12 blueprints and 6 ink drawings by Robert Findlay, architect, of Montreal, for the summer home of George Benson and family, Rabbit Island, Thousand Islands (1909); 1 blueprint for cabin by E.D.M. McIntosh, 1937; photographs of the Benson family, plus friends and scenes in the Thousand Islands; auction poster, land deed, and three Visitor's Books relating to (Mississagua) Rabbit Island.
Fonds consists of notes by Dorothy Kane, a former inhabitant of 67 Colborne St. in Kingston, regarding the history of her home. Also included is a page of notes taken by Carolyn LeBlanc of the Queen's Alumni Review during an interview with Dorothy Kane.
Fonds consists of design drawings for proposed plaques and glass etchings for the Memorial Room, located in the John Deutsch University Centre, Queen's University at Kingston; one colour, crayon portait of John Buchan, first Baron Tweedsmuir, as rendered by artist Lawrence R. Batchelor.
Collection consists of correspondence, financial and legal records, relating to the Dewar, Hunt, and Kennedy families residing in the Cornwall, Ontario area; subject files relating to the Avonmore, Ontario area; photographs of Queen's University and the Kingston, Ontario area; daybooks, ledgers, and journals relating to the Barkley General Store, located in Avonmore, Ontario; ledger and account book and business records relating to J.D.Wiggins, a steam and gas-fitter, located in Avonmore, Ontario; ledger and account book relating to William Petrie & Company General Store, located in Finch, Ontario.
The fonds consists of photographs of buildings on the campus of Queen's University at Kingston, many of which were subsquently torn down to make way for the construction of Chernoff Hall and the new Residences.
Fonds consists of correspondence; subject files; reports; articles; photographs; and clippings relating to R.W. (Bob) Sutton's time as a Canada Steamship Lines manager for the Collingwood and Kingston Shipyards.
The fonds consists of photographs of buildings, events and people in Gananoque taken in preparation for the creation of "Gananoque 2000," a book written and compiled by Douglas Bickerton. Also includes a copy of the book and notes on the photographs.
The collection consists of municipal voters' lists from 1921 to 2000, provincial voters' lists from 1938 to 1981, and federal voters' lists from 1953 to 1988. Before 1935, municipal voters lists were used in federal elections. Starting with the election of 1935, federal voters lists were created.The lists bear the names and addresses of eligible voters within a particular polling station. There is also a municipal instruction video regarding elections.