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.
Fonds consists of day books, ledgers, and contracts relating to the operations of Mitchell and Wilson, Ltd., including contracts for building Nokomis Lodge on Howe Island, and many contracts with New York architect, Frank T. Lent.
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.