The fonds predominantly consists of project files for the various engagements that MASS LBP undertook for a variety of clients from the beginning of the organization up to 2020. There is also material relating to the running of the partnership, a series of letters and responses for participation in the Civic lottery process and a series of Reports on completed works..
Fonds consists of photo albums and film from Pat Houston's time at Queen's University as a Mining student, as well as images from his work in Northern Ontario and Manitoba. Includes journals, a patent for a drill bit, and audio cassettes of Houston speaking about his early mining work in the North (recorded in the 1980s). Also includes a blue blazer with the Queen's crest and triclour piping, and a knit tricolour sweater with patches sewn on.
Fonds consists of two 'Marriage Registers', used by the Chaplain to register marriages performed in the Morgan Chapel, located in Queen's Theological College, on the University's main campus; correspondence, financial records, itineraries, texts, and photographs relating to the annual Chancellor Brockington Lecture, as it was arranged by Padre Laverty for a time.
Queen's University. Office of the University Chaplain
The fonds consists of records which reflect Rettig's work over a 50 year period. The records document both his personal and artistic life from his school years and training up until his practice as a professor and established artist in the community. The fonds consists of three series: Diaries/Journals; Miscellaneous and Sketches/Designs.
The fonds consists of correspondence and research notes relating to his work on SSHRC grants and Canada Council grants on colonial surveys, the Directorate of Overseas Surveys and East African surveys and mapping.
Fonds consists of the material created and accumulated by Mary E. Rawlyk in pursuit of her artistic work. The collection consists of biographical information; newspaper clippings that include clippings on Rawlyk and her work and exhibitions; photographs of the artist and her exhibitions and workspaces; art show memorabilia including gallery pamphlets and promotional information; journals, letters and correspondence including personal journal entries, correspondence between public & commercial galleries, and personal correspondence; teaching documents from Rawlyk’s time teaching at St. Lawrence college; lists of inventory and lists of work; rentals and sales information; materials Rawlyk had compiled to create a catalogue of her work and website information; photographs of maquettes; catalogues from galleries and exhibitions; and contextual materials.