Fonds consists of glassplate negatives depicting people and places in Kingston, Ontario; an album containing prints of various Kingston and area landmarks, including the interior and exterior of the Powell Studio, persons, and events.
Various view taken around Kingston. Includes the large tanks near the Woolen Mill off Rideau Street; an old wooden structure on the waterfront with a "Sailing Centre" sign on it, taken in 1995; an unidentified industrial(?) building; and the bus terminal at the old traffic circle.
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).
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".
The fonds consists of correspondence, press clippings, speeches, articles, diaries, scrapbooks, reports photographs, sound recordings and a large collection of political cartoons. The material covers the period from his earliest American accountancy training in 1923 through his professional career and public career as Auditor General of Canada 1960 to 1973 to his present interests. It is in his role as watch dog and critic of government spending that Mr. Henderson is best known and the major part of the fonds is concerned with this role. Mr. Henderson's frank and articulate comments and criticisms of government expenditures and procedures aroused public interest and conflict with the government, especially that of Prime Minister Trudeau. These aspects are well represented in the fonds, along with Mr. Henderson's significant, but less visible, international accounting work.
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, speeches, lectures, research notes, writings, published works, subject files, photographs and material related to organizations to which Lower belonged. Literary files from the Executors of the estate of A.R.M. Lower which include unpublished articles. Also included is an audio tape recorded in Kingston, Ont., April 13, 1971 which is a discussion of recent Canadian history, as well as Dr. Lower's views as expressed in the book Canadians in the Making. Dr. Lower also answers various questions concerning his philosophy of history as it relates to his philosophy of life.
The Margaret Phipps-Walker sous-fonds details a good deal of Mrs. Phipps-Walker's public career in Kingston and is especially strong in material about the Association of Women Electors. There is also a good deal of personal material, such as letters. While one had to 'read between the lines' to find much of Edward's feelings; Margaret's records show a more introspective side to her nature and include diaries written in the later years of her life.