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Murray Gaunt fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4152
  • Fundo
  • 1962-1981

Fonds consists primarily of carbon copies of outgoing correspondence from Murray Gaunt, MPP, Huron-Bruce. Records also include incoming correspondence to Gaunt for the years 1962-1965.

Files are primarily arranged in chronological order by month and year.

Gaunt, Murray Andrew, 1935-2009

Ross McClellan fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4164
  • Fundo
  • 1969-1987

Fonds consists of records created and received by Ross McClellan in his capacity as a New Democratic Party member of the Ontario Legislature, and MPP for the riding of Bellwoods.

Fonds includes McClellan's constituency office records and correspondence. Fonds also includes correspondence and subject files created and collected by McClellan while he was NDP critic for the health, housing, social services, and the Workers' Compensation Board; while he served on various standing committees; and while he was NDP house leader.

Records include correspondence, press releases, news clippings, constituency files, research documentation concerning legislative issues, speeches, files related to advocacy work, meeting notes, newsletters, and bulletins.

McClellan, Ross A., 1942-

Sidney Handelman fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4166
  • Fundo
  • 1970-1978

Fonds consists of records created and / or accumulated by Sidney Handleman during his career as Member of Provincial Parliament for Carleton. It documents his tenure as Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations as well as his work on various standing committees.

Included are Handelman's correspondence files, subject files, and speech files.

Also included is a motion picture film entitled "A Guide to the Ontario Building Code", produced by Communications Research and Development Limited, Toronto, which features Handleman.

Handelman, Sidney Bernard, 1921-1988

Margaret Scrivener fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4325
  • Fundo
  • 1971-1988

Fonds consists of records donated by Mrs. Margaret Scrivener that include some personal records and records relating to her career as a Member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament, a Cabinet Minister in two portfolios, and in various other capacities. The records cover the entire period of her provincial political career.

The material has been arranged into outgoing correspondence and indexes, speeches, a few miscellaneous files, a few incoming correspondence and private members bills files, and files relating to her tenure on the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. The series of outgoing correspondence, in particular, inter-mixes her private affairs with those relating to her various positions in the government.

Substantial information may be found in the fonds relating to the Ministries of Housing, Government Services and Revenue, the Ontario Task Force on Provincial Rail Policy, and the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board.

Scrivener, Margaret, 1922-1997

Ian Scott fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4339
  • Fundo
  • 1972-1990, predominant 1985-1990

Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Ian Scott during his political and legal career. The records document Scott's political and legal career during the time he served as Liberal MPP for the St. David (1985-1987) and St. George-St. David (1987-1990) ridings.

Records include: annotated copies of Scott's speeches and notes of remarks (1985-1990), election materials (1981-1990) including a diary/memoir manuscript by Scott of his 1985 campaign, some material related to Liberal Party fund-raising, and Scott's Queen's Park Reports (1985-1990). Records also consist of records related to his research on legal cases at the time he served as Attorney General, particularly, research material and handwritten notes on cases pertaining to the Ontario Energy Board. In addition, records contain personal papers including biographical information, correspondence and condolences on the death of his parents in 1989. A number of photographs pertaining to his fundraising and election campaigns are also part of this fonds.

Scott, Ian Gilmour, 1934-2006

Dalton McGuinty fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4668
  • Fundo
  • 1996-2013

Fonds consists of correspondence, constituency records, personal records, Ontario Liberal Party records, speeches and photographs created and accumulated by Dalton McGuinty in various professional capacities and in his personal life. Records were created and accumulated by McGuinty in his roles as MPP for Ottawa South, leader of the Official Opposition party in the Ontario Legislature, leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, and as a private citizen.

Fonds includes correspondence created by McGuinty as leader of the Official Opposition and as an MPP for Ottawa South, as well as personal correspondence between Dalton McGuinty and friends, colleagues, supporters and others, such as David Suzuki, Lincoln Alexander, Peter Munk, Jack Layton and Ken Shaw. Correspondence covers topics such as: concerns of constituents, Ontario Liberal Party positions, birthday greetings, letters of thanks, congratulation, condolence and sympathy, and responses to letters congratulating McGuinty on 20 years of public service.

Fonds also includes annotated remarks given by McGuinty in his role as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party to guests at Ontario Liberal Party fundraisers and events, and surveys and questionnaires created by party stakeholders and sent to Dalton McGuinty in his role as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party.

Photographs in the fonds consist of personal copies of photographs of Dalton McGuinty accumulated by him during his career. Photographs depict McGuinty with individuals, groups, visiting dignitaries and celebrities, as well as in studio portraits.

Electronic records in the fonds consist of a media guide to the 1999 Ontario Liberal Party campaign. They include textual records detailing the various candidates, as well as photographs of each candidate and Ontario Liberal Party branding.

McGuinty, Dalton J.

North Hastings Teachers' Institute fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4669
  • Fundo
  • 1910-1970

Fonds consists of two minute books created by the North Hastings Teachers' Institute.

The minute books provide detailed information pertaining to curriculum development. The minutes also document discussions relating to various teachers' experiences such as dealing with behavioural problems and teaching in one room school houses.

Fonds also consists of newspaper clippings, a programme for the 1928 convention, a programme for the 1929 convention, and account details of expenses.

North Hastings Teachers' Institute

Duncan and Katherine Cameron family fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 4671
  • Fundo
  • 1801, 1816-2014, predominantly 1836-1840, [190-?]-[1938?]

The fonds predominately consists of correspondence and genealogical information relating to Duncan and Katherine Cameron and their family. The records capture family information over three generations.

Some of the earliest records in the fonds documents Duncan and Katherine (Baillie) Cameron's early experiences and observations following their arrival in Upper Canada in 1835. The fonds includes correspondence regarding their family home in York Mills, "Lindally", which they had built in 1836 and named after their home in Scotland. Correspondence discusses topics such as the harvest and agriculture, Duncan Cameron's financial affairs and the Cameron's family life in York Mills, Upper Canada. The correspondence also touches on the political climate at the time including the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 and Duncan Cameron's views on the "radical Yankees", as well as his opinions on Lord Durhams' Report on the Affairs of British North America released in 1839.

Additional textual records in the fonds consist of correspondence from Archibal Cameron, Donald Cameron and Dr. Kenneth Cameron, typed transcripts of family correspondence prepared by Colonel Kenneth Cameron (ca. 1914), genealogical charts of the Camerons of Erracht and related families, Camerons of the Clunes and the Camerons of Camisky, Scotland and Lindally, marriage notices, legal documents and newspaper clippings.

The fonds also include photographs, maps and drawings accumulated and maintained by the Cameron family.

For the most part, the fonds is arranged in the original order retained by the donor.

Duncan and Katherine Cameron (family)

Kingston Regional Cancer Centre operational records

  • CA ON00009 F 4672
  • Fundo
  • 1988-2007

Series consists of administrative, operational, and subject files of the Kingston Regional Cancer Centre used during its activities as health and research facility.

Series includes minutes, agendas, reports, briefing notes, presentations, correspondence (including printouts of electronic mail messages), policies, procedures, and reference material.

Subjects include relations with the Kingston General Hospital, Queen's University, Cancer Care Ontario, and various Ministries of Health at the provincial and federal levels; fundraising and donor relations; cancer awareness promotion; cancer research; facility accreditation and capital projects.

The files are generally in no discernable order. Some files are in general alphabetical order by subject.

Kingston Regional Cancer Centre

Emma Fawell teaching certificate

  • CA ON00009 F 4673
  • Fundo
  • 1881-1882

Fonds consists of a public school second class teaching certificate issued to Emma D. Fawell by the Ontario Department of Education.

The certificate shows her standings in various professional and non-professional examinations at the Toronto Normal School. The certificate is signed by the Chairman of thee Central Committee of Examiners and by the Secretary and Minister of the Ministry of Education.

Fawell, Emma Decou 1861-1950

High treason register

  • CA ON00009 F 907
  • Fundo
  • 1926

Fonds consists of "Register of Persons Connected with High Treason during the War of 1812-14, with U.S.A." along with associated notes, correspondence, and indices, compiled by Charles Black, special clerk at the Ontario Department of Public Records and Archives in 1926.

The register is arranged alphabetically by surname, and includes information as to land allotments, charges preferred against the individual, some biographical information, and references used: mainly the Ontario Archives, Dominion Archives, Ontario Historical Society, and Patents Office, Department of Lands and Forests.

Black, Charles, fl. 1926

Society of Friends (Quakers) fonds

  • CA ON00009 F 997
  • Fundo
  • Microfilmed 1974-1976 (originally created 1740-1974)

Fonds consists of records of the Canadian Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends (Quakers), its constituent meetings, its standing committees, and other related bodies which entrusted their records to its care between 1955 and 1974. This includes records from the three Yearly Meetings that united in 1955 to become Canadian Yearly Meeting.

An inventory for the original records was prepared by the University of Western Ontario Regional History Collection in 1971, and reference codes were assigned. These reference codes are provided here in brackets next to the title, for the use of researchers who may wish to correlate published references to the microfilm and to the originals. In the University of Western Ontario reference codes, C identifies records of Conservative Friends, O identifies Orthodox records, and H identifies Genessee (Hicksite) records.

Canadian Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

McCullogh family fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 101
  • Fundo
  • 1937-1964

Fonds consists of home movies shot by Robert and Clement McCullogh between 1937 and 1964. The films depict numerous family activities at home as well as footage of family and friends at Ontario locales such as Muskoka, Ottawa, the St. Lawrence valley, and Niagara Falls. Also included is the 1960 Toronto Santa Claus parade. Included in the films is footage related to a number of family trips, including Egypt, the United States, India, Europe, and Western Canada.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

McCullogh (family)

Northern Motion Picture Laboratories fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 103
  • Fundo
  • 1936-1978, predominant 1974-1977

Fonds consists of film production elements created by clients of Northern Motion Picture Laboratories, which were left in their vault by filmmakers. The records were created by a range of clients such as the Government of Ontario, private film makers, industry and special interest groups. Film production elements are created as a result of the film making process, and include film negatives, cutting copies, work prints, A&B rolls, master sound tracks, and release prints. Included are films related to housing and community development such as "A Brighter Tomorrow," "Progress Unlimited" and "Blueprint for a City." Examples of films related to government functions and programs include a commercial for a federal DREE (Department of Regional Economic Expansion) project in Thunder Bay, "Representative of the People," and "Ontario A La Carte". Other films include "The Opening of the new Woodbine Race Track" and "Ontario at Expo '67." Also included is "CNE Network," a documentary about the first colour television network in Canada, set up on the CNE grounds during the 1964 exhibition.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

Northern Motion Picture Laboratories

St. Lawrence Starch Company collection

  • CA ON00009 C 105
  • Fundo
  • 1935-1967

The collection consists of radio programs and films sponsored by the St. Lawrence Starch Company. These include programs including "What Price Loyalty," broadcast by radio station CKOK in Hamilton, as well as "Air Check, Know Your Halifax," broadcast by Halifax radio station CHNS. The scripts of these programs are also included in the collection. The collection also includes 7 reels of motion picture film, featuring skiing and figure skating.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

St. Lawrence Starch Co.

Robert B. Townsend fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 107
  • Fundo
  • 1930-1975

Fonds consists of footage of activities of the Queen City Yacht Club in Toronto, the Royal Canadian Yacht Club and the Lions Club. Also included is footage of Junior Olympics in Cleveland, Ohio, and scenes from Camp Beausoleil on Beausoleil Island, Georgian Bay. Queen City Yacht Club material includes footage of Royal Yacht "Britannia" and of the "Queen Mary" ca. 1956-1960. Royal Canadian Yacht Club footage features a number of garden parties, as well as the yacht "Ivanhoe". Lions Club footage includes footage of amateur boxer George Chuvalo at Lions Club Boxing Show.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

Townsend, Robert B., fl. 1930-1975

CHCH-TV fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 108
  • Fundo
  • [ca. 1960]-[ca. 1989]

The fonds consists of news film footage, programs and commercials produced by CHCH-TV. Fonds includes footage used in news broadcasts related to local, national and international events. Also included in the fonds is footage of commercials.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

CHCH-TV (Hamilton, Ont.)

Herbert Nott fonds

  • CA ON00009 C 109
  • Fundo
  • 1937-1988

Fonds consists of photographs and indexes related to Herbert Nott's career as a professional photographer. Fonds includes prints and negatives taken between 1937-1988. Included are photographs taken as part of his contract assignments with various newspapers and magazines; subject photographs; photographs of the 1948 International Trade Fair; wedding portraits; photographs of William Lyon MacKenzie King's visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia, 194-?; and 500 portrait photographs taken by Jean Merrill, Nott's business partner. Also included are various indexes relating to the photographs covering the period 1940-1988.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

Nott, Herbert, b. 1914

J.C.B. and E.C. Horwood collection

  • CA ON00009 C 11
  • Coleção
  • 1750 - 1975

Collection consists of architectural drawings and other materials generated or accumulated by J.C.B. and E.C. Horwood during their training and practice as architects within a succession of firms and work places. It includes a large amount of material from other preceding or contemporary architects and practices. These other materials came into the possession of the Horwoods' firm either through amalgamations of architectural practices, planned succession transfers from retiring architects, inheritance, or through a deliberate process by J.C.B. Horwood of acquiring precedent drawings as reference sources.

The collection contains the work of about eighty-five firms, which existed in the period 1829-1975. The projects largely emphasize Toronto, since most of the firms were based in that city. Nearly two-thirds of the series document Toronto architecture. However, the collection also contains some representation from other areas in Ontario, including Brantford, Brampton, Forest Hill Village, Gravenhurst, Guelph, Hamilton, Lorne Park, Mimico, Muskoka, Woodstock, York and North York Townships. There is also some material for the British Isles, Europe, and the United States, as well as from other parts of Canada. Included also are architectural artifacts, such as Frederic W. Cumberland's pantograph and William G. Storm's wooden writing table.

The records document many building types including schools, churches, government or institutional buildings, department stores, commercial and industrial facilities, bridges, skating rinks, funerary structures, and private residences.

The collection contains a wide variety of architectural record types, including mechanical and engineering drawings, survey drawings, site plans, water-colour perspectives, maps, and photographs. There is a vast quantity of masonry sketch work for a few of the projects, such as Osgoode Hall and University College. The collection also includes prints and engravings used as reference material by some of the architects.

The collection also includes a large number of textual items such as: written specifications, a small quantity of correspondence, accounting sheets, job ledgers, notes, building trade and advertising brochures, reports, daily record showing time spent each day by draftsmen, printed photo-mechanical illustrations, certificates and minutes of architectural societies, and some contracts.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

Horwood, J.C.B., 1864-1938

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