The collection is comprised of raw footage, as well as several final productions of films in which Pulver was involved in some capacity. The majority of the material pertains to a documentary about cruise missiles and disarmament but other topics include the Dandelion community (an intentional community/commune) located near Kingston, Ontario, aquafitness, and Kingston Artists' workshops.
Collection consists of nitrate negatives; and thumbnail prints of Vosper Family members including Dr. Louis Llewlyn, Charlotte Vosper; Kingston and district scenes; and the family cottage on Oak Lake, near Peterborough, Ontario; correspondence regarding the unveiling of the Sharpshooter's Monument in Ottawa, legal documents relating largely to James Agnew, Solicitor for the City of Kingston, early petition to the Mayor of the Town of Kingston, Ontario seeking remission of taxes, and a list of those cadets attending the first class at the Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, in 1876, as well as a list of "Officers on the R.M.C. College Staff from 1876 till present date - 1902."
Correspondence, files concerning the Memorial Fund, departmental meeting agendas and minutes, Faculty Council and Dean's Advisory Committee files, and subject files. Program planning and student files, assessments, schedules, and applications.
Queen's University. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Fonds consists of Dr. Ossenberg's data on her cranial project as well as other projects (she was a professor of anatomy and anthropology). There is also some correspondence, and some research notes for her projects. Also included are a few files on her family's genealogy of the Reid/Spence families.
The fonds consists of correspondence, draft of memoirs, speeches and articles on Canadian education, 1961-1968, and files relating to the Canada Council, the amendment of the British North America Act and the Institue for Research in Public Policy.
The fonds consists of material created, gathered and maintained by Judith Moses pertaining to the anti-violence women's movement in Southern Ontario. Much of this material was created by Moses in her role as a consultant for organizations and well as her professional work within organizations. The gathered material is reflective of the literature that was being produced, and disseminated within the community in the 1970s through the 1990s.
Fonds consists of minutes; subject files; final reports and timelines; "Artists' Statements"; exhibition programmes; promotional material; photographs; and clippings relating to the Kingston Prize for Contemporary Canadian Portraiture for 2005 and 2007.