Fonds consists of administrative records (1957-1983); Art Circuit files (1957-1963); Gallery Association files (1967-1972); exhibition files (1957-2011); slides of installations (1971-1991); exhibition photographs (1986-1990); photographs of various events held at the AEAC; photographs of the major renovation and extention of the Art Centre (1998-1999); exhibition catalogues (1970-2007).
The fonds consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, news clippings, transcripts of local diaries, and alphabetical family and genealogical files. These genealogical files, which relate mainly to Bay of Quinte and Loyalist families, contain correspondence, research from printed sources, newspaper clippings and some photographs. Also included is a set of ordnance survey maps of Kingston and area dated 1869.
The fonds consists of the administrative and operational records of the association and gallery, including the minutes of the Board of Directors, exhibition and publicity materials, grant applications and correspondence with other professional associations.
Fonds consists of correspondence, including letters from artist Paul Smyth; writings; subject files; file series; photographs; and a copy of his "Conversations With My Cat". The material provides invaluable insights into the operation of the Bibliographic Society of Canada and the publication of the periodical, Canadian Notes and Queries. There are also extensive files relating to the Frontenac County History Committee illustrating the many problems of computing a county history as well as a collection of photographs and prints of prominent Canadians and politicians, Kingston area scenes, and Fort Henry.
Fonds consist of office files; by-laws; general reports; correspondence, including the John Buchan, Lord Tweedsmuir collection and fonds; correspondence from the Office of the Associate University Librarian, Ms. Lin Good (1975-1985); records and photographs relating to the installation of the GEAC automated cataloguing system (1979-1980); visitor's book; logbooks; minutes and reports; budgets; operation and administration of the Special Collections Unit; task forces; committees; the Library Council; 35 mm slides and photographs depicting the facilities of the Douglas Library (1968-1975), the opening of the May Ball Library (April 1989), renovations undertaken at the Douglas Library, retirement gatherings for various Libraries staff including William Morley (September 1985), Miss Elizabeth Skeith (December 1991), and Reginald Morrison; photographs of Library staff; blueprints of proposed functional changes, with further revisions, to areas of Douglas Library (1980); a video of a presentation given at an All Staff Meeting pertaining to acquisitions, monogaphs, and serials (1989); lists of partially and uncatalogued holdings (insurance back-ups) at the W.D. Jordan Special Collections Library. Also includes the shelf list of Douglas (Stauffer) library in 1969 on microfilm.
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and other material relating to Heffron's work as an author. The fonds includes manuscripts for "Rain and I," "The Miracle Makers," "A Nice Fire and Some Moonpennies," and "The Atlantic Between," among other works.
The fonds consists of records that span the congregation's entire history and breadth of activities and governance. The material has been organized into the following series: Board activities; Board committees; Affliated groups; Publications and ephemera; and, Audiovisual material.
Fonds consists of subject files from the Alumni Review Office; submissions received from alumni in response to a call by the Editor for recollections of life as a student at Queen's University, or memories of an event or person including 'Queen's Clans', 'Ralfe J. Clench', 'Nancy Malloy', and 'Robert Sutherland'; submissions to 'Wartime Memories', which formed the basis for the 1995, and the revised 1996 publication, capturing alumni memories of the Second World War, entitled, 'Queen's Goes to War: 'The best and the worst of times ...''; photographs of numerous Queen's University football teams; photographs of Upper Canada Village; transcripts of interviews with Dr. Margaret Angus, A.D. McGinnis, Dr. Stewart Webster, and Clara Brooke, undertaken as part of the Review's on-going "Oral History Project"; copy of article, plus original typescript, authored by Alfred Bader describing his time spent as a prisoner in a Canadian internment camp, compact disk containing images of the shirt he wore while interned; and bound volumes of the "Queen's Alumni Review".