- CA ON00126 F41
This fonds consists of one volume containing Shareholders meetings minutes and Directors meetings minutes, both dating 1912 to 1947.
Guelph Country Club
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This fonds consists of one volume containing Shareholders meetings minutes and Directors meetings minutes, both dating 1912 to 1947.
Guelph Country Club
Fonds consists of correspondence, minutes of the Medical Advisory Committee and its subcommittees as well as reports and correspondence from various clinical departments and services covering the period 1945-1991. Records from various subcommittees, ad hoc committees and working groups include: Credentials, Disciplinary, Medical Education, Medical Records and Quality Assurance committees. Also included are correspondence, minutes and annual reports from Hospital clinical departments and services such as Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Surgery and Urology. Subject files relating to appointments, external relations, medical staff, planning and medical issues are also included in the fonds.
Kingston General Hospital. Medical Advisory Committee
Fonds includes internal and external correspondence, reports, reviews, studies and some offprints relating to the administration, departmental, clinical and educational functions of the Department of Medicine within the Kingston General Hospital and Queen's University. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Administration, 1967-1993 2. Committees, 1964-1993 3. Correspondence, 1977-1995 4. Divisional files, 1969-1993 5. Residency training/education, 1957-1993 6. Subject files, 1966-1994
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Medicine
Fonds consists of internal and external correspondence, finance information, reports, minutes, awards material and accreditation information, illustrating the day-to-day and special operations of the Department of Surgery and its place in the structure of Kingston General Hospital. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Administration, 1981-1994 2. Department, 1972-1992 3. Divisions, 1973-1993 4. Financial planning, 1974-1994 5. Residency training/education, 1981-1993 6. Subject files, 1965-1995
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Surgery
The fonds includes architectural drawings, correspondence, proposals, minutes, inspection reports, property appraisals, and tender forms and related materials. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Administration 2. External relations 3. Property management 4. Building inspections 5. Construction 6. Redevelopment: Department, Programs and Services 7. Non-buildings 8. Project management 9. Health Sciences complex 10. Architectural drawings 11. Public affairs 12. Photographs and slides
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Space Planning
The Public Affairs and Development fonds documents the Hospital's public relations function and the department's administrative and operational activities. The Department handles internal and external communications, public relations and manages hospital and departmental events. The Vice President is involved in the Hospital's strategic planning process. The fonds contains correspondence, photographs, slides, audio and video cassettes, printed and published materials, minutes, notes, studies, reports and related materials organized in ten series. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Committees 2. Correspondence 3. Films, videotapes, sound recordings 4. Meetings 5. Photographs 6. Presentations 7. Programs and services 8. Public relations 9. Publications 10. Subject files
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Public Affairs and Development
Fonds provides a record of the professional activities of Dr. Peter Glynn as President and Chief Executive Officer at Kingston General Hospital. The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, speeches and presentations. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1: Administration, 1991 2: Associations, 1995-2000 3: Speeches, presentations, 1988-1999
The Department of Nutrition Services fonds documents the administrative and operational history of the Department of Nutrition Services from the 1970s to 2003. The fonds contains correspondence, policy and procedure manuals, committee record, meeting minutes, reports, surveys and photographs as well as materials documenting the Clinical Dietetic Internship Program. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Series 1: Policies and procedures Series 2: Correspondence Series 3: Committees Series 4: Meetings Series 5: Reports and surveys Series 6: Clinical Dietetics and Clinical Dietetics Internship Program Series 7: Photographs and memorabilia
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Nutrition Services.
Fonds contains the administrative record of the Hospital's spiritual and religious care function. The fonds consists of committee records, correspondence, articles, presentations, documentation of pastoral care events and related materials. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Series 1: Annual reports Series 2: Policies and procedures Series 3: Correspondence Series 4: Planning Series 5: Committees Series 6: Staff meetings Series 7: Projects and special events Series 8: Construction, redevelopment and space planning Series 9: Presentations and Articles Series 10: Clinical pastoral education Series 11: Publications Series 12: Registers
Kingston General Hospital. Department of Spiritual and Religious Care.
This fonds consists of one scrapbook that contains correspondence, telegrams, pictures, an article and newspaper clippings. The correspondence, telegrams and newspaper clippings are primarily related to the successful election results for Barbara Hanley. The pictures include two photos of Hanley and one group photograph. The article was written by Hanley with regard to the subject of civic responsibility, for a secondary school magazine. The newspaper clippings are from local and national papers. The successful election and re-election of Barbara Hanley as Mayor of Webbwood is a significant part of Canadian Womens' History, because she is the first woman Mayor in Canada, and she held that position for eight consecutive terms. The records of this fonds are also important because no files were preserved by the town for her time in office.
Hanley, Barbara M. 1882-1959
This fonds consists of records for the Northeastern District of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation. These records include their Constitution, minutes, general correspondence, financial records, reports, pamphlets, agendas and mailing lists. The documents are directly related to the organization of the Northeastern Districts of OSSTF, and the involvement of the Northeastern Districts at the provincial level of OSSTF. There are a number of topics that would be of particular interest to researchers. These areas of interest include the efforts of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation with regard to: the labour movement in education, the issues of female teachers working in Northeastern Ontario, the campaign to assist the Saskatchewan school boards during the depression, the loss of teachers to the armed services in World War II and the subsequent establishment of the War Casualty Fund, child poverty, and the history of professional relationships within Northeastern Ontario school boards. The fonds is not processed
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation. Districts of Northeastern Ontario
This fonds consists of their Constitution, minutes and related papers, general correspondence, cash books, reports, pamphlets and mailing lists. The records are directly related to the organization of the Sudbury and District Ministerial Association. This fonds pertains to the social and educational involvement of an organization of Protestant churches in the Sudbury region. The cooperation of SDMA with several community-based organizations, as well as the participation of SDMA with regard to inter-church activities, is well documented. SDMA was involved in activities in the community such as: radio and television broadcasts of Sunday services, a nursing school at Memorial Hospital, help for addiction and alcoholism, an emergency counselling service, religious education, a Northern Ontario home for unwed mothers, helping the families of strikers, weekly services at Pioneer Manor and the Sudbury Sanatorium, and submitting a report to the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism. There are no documents for the year 1960, and very few documents for the years 1955 and 1959.
Sudbury and District Ministerial Association
The records of the Walford-Nepahwin Neighbourhood Ratepayers Association fonds include: minutes, reports, maps, correspondence, pamphlets and newspaper clippings. The documents provide insight to the activities of this group from 1974 to 1996. The records show that through the years, the group has been active in: the preservation of the Lily Creek Conservation Area, bylaws regulating commercial land development and commercial signs, the disposal of hazardous wastes, recycling, the repercussions of a teachers' strike, and the controversial issue of slurry trucks and traffic safety.
Walford-Nepahwin Neighbourhood Ratepayers Association
The Bill Beaton fonds consists mostly of correspondence, reports, personnel files, speeches and documentation. They pertain to the mayoralty during the economic boom years (1939-1958) for the city of Sudbury . The speeches were given at local events and at CKSO radio on a weekly basis. The records provide insight to the structure of the education system and the infrastructure of the developing city. Within the documents of the fonds, there are 3 scrapbooks of newspaper clippings. This fonds also contains documentation on the community of Sudbury that includes: service clubs, education, Inco and the hiring of employees, W. E. Mason, and the city championships. The correspondence and the documentation files also reveal the political views of Bill Beaton on national and international issues. Specific topics regarding the debate over the Canadian flag, and World War II are well documented. Photographs of the Beaton family (originally ca. 1916-1950) contained in the fonds, are copies of the originals that were kept by the family.
Beaton, William S., 1896-1956
The records of the fonds include materials that are related to the 1978 strike by USWA members, and include: reports, maps, notes, photographs, newsletters, pamphlets, correspondence, graphics, posters, newspapers, magazines and newspaper clippings. Some files of the fonds concern the Lily Creek development in Sudbury, and consist of reports, notes and newspaper clippings. The fonds contains files from a group of women called The Wives Supporting the Strike. The Citizen's Strike Support Committee are well represented by the records.
The Buchanan family fonds consists mostly of correspondence, invitations, photographs, books and other types of documents. The records pertain to the years that George and Lilla Buchanan were residents of Sudbury. Most of the correspondence is between Lilla Buchanan and her family and friends. There are also letters of congratulations for the appointment of George Buchanan as King's Counsel. A program, photographs and a newspaper clipping document the Royal Visit to Sudbury on June 5, 1939. The photographs of the fonds depict the Buchanan family and their friends. There are also 11 copies of photographs depicting Sudbury in the early 1900s, people of the community, and early railway construction.
Buchanan, George Edmund, 1875-1941
Comprenant uniquement des dossiers des activités professionnelles dans le milieu scolaire ontarien, le fonds d'archives de Jean-Louis Bourdeau témoigne de son implication dans le monde de l'éducation en Ontario, et ce surtout au sein des commissions d'étude et comités de planification auxquels il a participé dans les années 1980 et 1990 . Les dossiers du fonds d'archives nous renseignent sur le système scolaire de niveau secondaire puisqu'ils proviennent de la Commission de Planification et de mise en oeuvre du ministère de l'Éducation/ Commission for Planning and Implementing changes in the governance and administration of Secondary Education in Ontario, Le Comité d'étude sur la gestion de l'enseignement en langue française dans le Comté de Simcoe, Le Comité de planification du Conseil scolaire de langue française d'Ottawa-Carlton, ainsi que le Groupe d'Étude sur la réduction du nombre de conseils scolaires en Ontario/ Ontario School Board Reduction Task Force. Composé principalement de notes, procès-verbaux, rapports, mémoires, correspondance, notes de services et de documentation afférente et, comprenant les documents soumis tant par les groupements anglophones que francophones de la province, les documents favorisent un survol des points de vue de différentes associations, organisations et commissions scolaires de l'Ontario impliquées dans les processus consultatifs et décisionnels.
The fonds contains personal and official correspondence, a trial committee transcript, constitution handbooks, membership lists, copies of Local 598 News, and clippings from local newspapers, including The Sudbury Star and Northern Life. These records pertain to some of the activities of I.U.M.M.S.W., Local 598 in Sudbury. Most of the documentation refers to events preceding and during the 1967 merger of I.U.M.M.S.W. with U.S.W.A, but some administrative files are also included, which provide information on the management of union halls, and on the responsibilities of an election officer.
Leblanc, Roger, 1926-1994
The Thomas Willet Casey fonds is arranged by the type of record, rather than by subject: correspondence; manuscripts; notebooks and scrapbooks; printed pamphlets and voters' lists. Two subject themes run throughout: research into pioneer days on the Bay of Quinte, and background material for the campaign for temperance and sobriety. Family and friends supported Casey occasionally giving him documents from earlier in the 19th century. From his family, Casey acquired a small ledger, the day book of the carding mill at the Stone Mills (Glenora) which his family had operated during the War of 1812. From the family of John C. Clark of Ernestown Township Casey acquired a record book of statute labour dated 1820. There are other early tidbits interfiled with Casey's own papers. Unfortunately, the provenance of many of these items is unknown. The greatest part of the material, however, are Casey's own, personal papers. The scrapbooks contain all the articles which he wrote for "Old Time Records", carefully mounted in order of date published. There are four files of statistics for use by Casey as an officer of the Sons of Temperance, and related files of temperance clippings and notes. Fonds consists of the following series: Correspondence, 1875-1904 Manuscripts, Genealogical and Historical Notes, 1810-1901 Notebooks and Scrapbooks Voters' Lists, Lennox and Addington, 1901; Published pamphlets Miscellaneous clippings and undated notes
Casey, Thomas Willet, 1834-1903
Fonds consists primarily of the papers of David Roblin created between his appointment of Warden of the United Counties of Lennox and Addington in 1849 and 1862, the year before his death. There are some items which pre-date 1849, but these do not represent all of his early activities. Fonds consists of the following series: David Roblin Papers 1818-1864 David Allan Roblin Papers 1862-1868 John Roblin Papers 1804-1831 Marshall Perry Roblin Papers 1856-1873 William Moore Roblin Papers 1819-1831
Roblin, David, 1812-1863