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- CA ON00239 F01792
- [ca. 1942]-[198-?]
The fonds consists of photographs taken during World War II, his work as a portraitist and photographic artist in Ottawa, and his work as a photographer in Prince Edward County (Ont.). A large series of subject files add background information to the collection, while newsclippings include interviews with Mr. Thompson and articles about his work.
- CA ON00239 F01383
- [ca. 1920]-1961
The fonds consist of correspondence, diaries, prose, sermons, research notes, articles and commentaries, material relating to associations, clubs and organizations, personal materials, scrapbooks, photographs and news clippings. Also includes photographs of the Pierce family and of persons connected with literature and the arts primarily in Canada.
Pierce, Lorne Albert
- CA ON00239 F00451
- [ca. 1812]-1961
Collections consists of Memorial Books relating to both Lorne and Edith Pierce; travel diaries; photographs; and a copy of Edith Chown Pierce's, "Canadian Glass: A Footnote to History". Nearly every Canadian literary figure of note for the period 1920 to 1960 is representedby at least some manuscript material in this collection. Among its many highlights the collection includes the letters and manuscripts of William Wilfred Campbell; Desertion in Canada by Major John Richardson; the original manuscript of William Kirby's novel, The Golden dog; manuscripts written and decorated by Wilson Macdonald; letters, manuscripts and memorabilia of Sir Charles G. D. Roberts; and the Marjorie Pickthall papers which include her diaries, letters manuscripts and sketches. Also represented are Raymond Knister, Duncan Campbell Scott, Archibald Lampman, Camille Roy, Stephen Leacock, Marius Barbeau,Audrey Alexandra Brown, Earle Birney, Katherine Hale, A. J. Pratt and Al Purdy. Some papers of artists J.E. H. Macdonald, A. Y. Jackson, C.W. Jefferys and Thoreau Macdonald are included in this collection.
- CA ON00239 F02940
The collection consists of minute books, membership rosters, treasurer's books, and certifcates of degrees awarded in the Lodges. Includes records from Loyal Orange Lodges No. 6, No. 481, No. 577, and No. 2659.
Loyal Orange Lodge No. 6 (Marshall)
- CA ON00239 F02587
The fonds predominantly consists of textual material created and maintained by Luciuk that reflects his activism on, and campaigning for, Ukrainian Canadian issues such as war crimes, redress and recognition. There is a small amount of personal and academic material within the fonds as well. The fonds has been arranged in the following series: Deschênes Commission, Personal, Professional, Subject files and Press.
- CA ON00239 F01810
The fonds consists of five series of household and personal invoices, 1925-1953, of Professor Oliver Tiffany Macklem and Mrs. Katherine Bermingham Macklem, and a letter pressbook of business correspondence 1882 of Cornelius Bermingham and James Harty of Canadian Locomotive Company. There is also a collection of family photographs and a scrapbook with infant's Queen's tricolour sweater.
- CA ON00239 F01843-SF02
Part of Phipps-Walker family fonds
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.
Phipps-Walker, Margaret Elizabeth
- CA ON00239 F01998
The fonds consists of material predominantly from the period 1960-2000. They are a record of Dr. Angus' many and varied interests over the years and include her work as a playwrite, historian, architectural preservationist and genealogist. Apart from the genealogical material there are no personal papers here. Included with this fonds is a very nearly complete set of the minutes of Kingston LACAC meetings as well as the records of many other committees that Dr. Angus served on over the years. There are scripts of the many drama productions, particularly radio plays, that she wrote and worked on, records of special events and particularly the various heritage projects she was involved with along with subject files and genealogical files that she used to support her work. Many of these files contain photographs. There is also a large series of photographs, particularly slides, of historic buildings. While these photographs are of buildings in many parts of Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom, the vast majority of them are of Kingston buildings and scenes.
Angus, Margaret Sharp