Fonds consists of correspondence; administration files; annual reports; reproductions, in 35 mm format of existing photographs held in the Archives, that depict various aspects of University life that were assembled for a formal presentation by the School of Business for the 1993 Orientation Weekend; photographs of the official opening of Queen's University Archives, in the newly renovated Kathleen Ryan Hall, located on the eastern side of the University campus (14 May 1982); of the Fourth Annual Queen's University Archives Lecture, featuring Dr. Donald Swainson as the guest speaker (25 April 1986); of the Sixteenth Annual Queen's University Archives Lecture, featuring Dr. Ian E. Wilson, as the guest speaker (22 April 1989); of the Seventeenth Annual Queen's University Archives Lecture, featuring Dr. A.B. McKillop, as the guest speaker (22 April 1999); of the retirement party for Ms. Mary Day (July 1985); of the ceremony marking the dedication of the Frederick Wellington Gibson Reading Room, Queen's University Archives (March 1993); of the retirement party and dinner held for Mrs. Anne MacDermaid (199?); of the visit to Queen's University Archives by Patrick Watson (1997); of the retirement party for Mr. George Henderson (8 March 2001); of the ceremony establishing the H. Carl Goldenberg Scholarship (November 2003) and of the staff of Queen's University Archives (1995); and sound recordings of the Annual Archives Lectures, along with research and scripts for some of the Lectures (in particular, the 2005 Social History Trolley Tours). Also includes the video production. "The Archival Trail."
Fonds primarily consists of material pertaining to winning the World Barely Championship in 1968/1969. A small amount of other official personal documentation accompanies that material (marriage license, school marks, Holstein breeding certificates).
Collection consists of correspondence, memos, attestation forms, and supply forms for Military District 3 (Kingston, Napanee, Belleville, Cobourg, Port Hope), including records about militia, artillery, and cavalry units.
Collection consists of programmes for "Harvest Thanksgiving" held at he Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, and the "Grenadier and Scots Guards ... Non-Commissioned Officers" Annual Dinner" celebrating 'The Old Canadian' held at the Victoria Mansions Restaurant, London, England.
Fonds consists of correspondence received by A. E. Prince from his family and friends during the period of 1909 to 1946. Also included are publications by A. E. Prince, as well as other Queen's colleagues, teaching notes, household expenses, memberships, clippings and programmes for various theatrical and musical events. Of particular note are the photographs taken by Prince during his tour of duty in Cairo, Palestine, and Egypt.
Fonds consists of correspondence, including Andre Beiler and Richard Finnie; manuscripts, including "Andre Bieler: An Artists's Life and Times', and 'History of Art', as published in "County of a Thousand Lakes", photographs; news clippings; and art exhibition catalogues.
Fonds consists of the text and illustrations (photographs) from a University of the Air tv series episode "Art in Revolution: Three Case Studies" [196-], a letter written by Queen's University historians regarding the Quebec referendum in 1980, and sound recordings from a Royal Society of Canada colloquium in memory of George Whalley "Symbols in Life and Art" with a program brochure.
Fonds consists of a copy "Procedures and Problems in Quantitative Analysis", by R.L. Dorrance, complete with teaching notes, exercises, annual 'Requirements', and 'Reagents required,' as well as handwritten and printed lecture notes.