Fonds consists of two scrapbooks which contain newspaper clippings, congratulatory greeting cards, photographs, correspondence, brochures, programs and a written history, all pertaining to the Soroptimist Club of the Sudbury Nickel District.
The fonds contains records of Paul Bouissac and consists of three series: Records relating to writing and academic work, 1956–2012; Records relating to the Debord Circus and other circuses, 1955–1985; and Correspondence, 1964-2015.
Fonds consists of materials relating to conferences, colloquiums, and workshops in which Professor John Marsh was involved, and to courses taught by Professor Marsh at Trent University. Also included is miscellaneous correspondence, and reports, submissions, papers, articles, and books written by and edited by Professor Marsh. Included in the fonds are four photographs and six cassette tapes.
Fonds consists of correspondence, travel diaries, notebooks and photographs relating to Marjory Peters Seeley Rogers. Much of the material refers to her tenure as founding Principal of Lady Eaton College, Trent University (1968-1976). Other photographs and records refer to her first husband, Reverend Reg Seeley.
Fonds consists of correspondence, procedure manuals, publicity materials, brochures, and physical plant records pertaining to Camp Gay Venture, a girls' residential camp located in Haliburton, Ontario.
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, compact disks, publications, and other materials related to Paul Wilson's association with Trent University as athletic director, and as municipal politician in the City of Peterborough.
Fonds consists of photocopies of 90 letters written by Mary Williamson home to her parents from summer camp btween 1940 and 1951. The camps attended were Camp Cedarnook and Camp Tanamakoon. Also included are camp badges; one group photograph taken at Camp Cedarnook ca. 1943; and ca. 160 scanned images of photographs taken at Camp Tanamakoon between 1946 and 1951.
Fonds consists of a complete set of the Wilderness Canoe Association periodical. The periodical was first named Beaverdamn (1974), then The Wilderness Canoeist (1975-1981), followed by Nastawgan (1982-current). Also included are miscellaneous records related to the Wilderness Canoe Association, i.e., membership list 1989, brochures, letterhead, by-laws, minutes of one meeting (2002), and 33 photo contact prints.
Collection includes the agendas, minutes, and correspondence of the Meta Incognita Project Steering Committee and the Archival Research Task Force (ARTAF). Also included are ARTAF research materials, reports, transcripts, notes, etc. relating to an American Historical Association meeting and a Trent University conference which focused on the subject of Frobisher and his Northwest initiatives.
This fonds contains personal materials, correspondence, manuscripts, research, Geochemical Society and Meteoritical Society notes, teaching notes and lessons, and photographs. Fonds is comprised of the following series: personal correspondence manuscripts research Geochemical Society and Meteoritical Society notes teaching notes and lessons photographs
The fonds has been arranged into two series: authors, translators, publishers; business and printed materials. The first series contains correspondence, typescripts, computer prints, proofs, photographs, artwork, and reviews. The second series contains correspondence with various agencies, foundations, and governments mainly for funding and publicity purposes; printed catalogues, post-cards, dust-jackets. Fonds is comprised of the following series: authors, translators, publishers business and printed materials
The fonds contains bulletins published by the Catholic Youth Organization (C.Y.O.) of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Garson, Ontario. The bulletins outline social and sporting news and events in St. John's Parish.
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Youth Organization