Photocopied [1986?], 1991-1996 (originally created [ca. 1979]-1996)
Fonds consists of documentary material that was collected by Liliane Grantham in preparation for biographical articles on Margaret Taylor (a French secret agent during the Second World War) and on Blanche Olive Lavallée (a nursing sister during the First World War). Also contains photocopied documentary material on Georges A.H. Trudeau and research and working files pertaining mainly to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) and United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC). Includes correspondence, published articles, military personnel files, handwritten notes and other documents. Fonds is comprised of the following series: I. Blanche Olive Lavallée II. Georges Alexandre Henri Trudeau III. Margaret Taylor IV. Peacekeeping Files
Fonds consists of documents relating to the Chief of the General Staff and covering a variety of different topics. Some of the materials include briefing notes to the Minister of National Defence, deployment plans for Canadian troops, and documents on the organization of the Army, defence operations and the development of special units. There are also various documents and loose papers that passed through the Chief of the General Staff. The fonds is stored in five parts: 73/479 Consists of a file concerning the Canadian Woman’s Army Corp during 1951 – 1962. 73/482 Consists of a file concerning the reorganization of the 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) during 1956 – 1957. 73/548 consists of a file entitled "Organization & Administration - Exercise "Britannia". 73/553 consists of a file regarding air defence and Operation Reliance during 1950 – 1953. 97/10 Consists of briefing notes to the Minister of National Defence, deployment plans for Canadian troops, and documents on the organization of the Army, and the development of special units.
Photocopied in 1980s and 1990s (originally created 1934-1990)
Fonds consists of photocopied material from Record Group (RG) 457, the records of the National Security Agency. The documents deal mainly with the cooperation between the United States, Great Britain and to a lesser degree Canada in breaking enemy intelligence codes during the Second World War, and includes documents on various intelligence organisations and communications and the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. Also includes translations of German U-boat messages, special research histories, U-boat intelligence summaries and radio intelligence bulletins. Fonds consists of the following series: I. Background Material II. National Security Agency Historical Collection III. Individual Translations: German U-Boat Messages IV. Special Research Histories V. Discrete Records of Historical Cryptologic Import: U.S. Navy VI. Radio Intelligence Bulletins
Fonds consists of 3 series of selected documents from the Canadian Army Staff College Classified Library, later called the Fort Frontenac Library. The documents are concerned with Second World War operations, defence plans, combat development, and nominal rolls. Fonds is comprised of the following series:
Selected documents from the Canadian Army Staff College Classified Library
Selected documents from the Fort Frontenac Classified Library
Fonds consists of library material arranged according to their Royal Canadian School of Artillery Reference Library accession numbers. Includes the following periodicals on intelligence: Technical Digest (1962-1964), Technical Intelligence Bulletin (1955-1960; incomplete), RCAF ADC Intelligence Bulletin (1957-1958), and Intelligence digest of foreign equipment (1961-1962). Also includes reports, pamphlets, manuals and other documents. There are two series: Fonds is comprised of the following series: I. Unclassified Documents (1944-1969) II. Classified Documents (1955-1962)
The Dominion Button Manufacturers Ltd. fonds consists of records pertaining to the Shantz Button Manufacturing Company, a.k.a. Dominion Button Works (1872), the Jacob Y. Shantz & Son Company Ltd. (1891-1912) and the Dominion Button Manufacturers Ltd. fonds (1912-1935). These include price lists, plant and materials inventories, order books, general business accounts, production notebooks, dyeing recipes notebooks, salesmen's order notebooks, a work diary, salesmen's sample cards, photographs and greeting cards.
Fonds consists of pharmaceutical prescription books and "archive prescription transfer cases" from 1863 to 1951. Due to changes in laws and regulations governing the sale and reporting of pharmaceuticals, the records were organized to comply with such changes (e.g., narcotics prescriptions, and prescriptions for which dispensing fees were charged). Fonds consists of of the following series: 11 Pharmaceutical prescription books (1863-1928) 44 Transfer cases of pharmaceutical prescription sheets (1928-1950 ) 11 Transfer cases of pharmaceutical prescription sheets "D" series (1943-1950) 1 Narcotics prescription Record of Sales book (1924-1942) 10 Transfer cases of narcotics prescription sheets "N" series (1932-1951)
The Shantz Foundry fonds consists of records pertaining to the P.E. Shantz Preston Agricultural Works (1875-ca. 1895), P.E. Shantz Manufacturer (ca. 1895-ca. 1910), P.E. Shantz Foundry (ca. 1910-ca.1950) and Shantz Foundry Ltd. (ca. 1951-1966). These include account books and ledgers, index books, a letter book, time books, product catalogues, agents' contracts, handbills, price lists, production records, photographs and a trade sign.
The fonds consists of minute books from 1937-2000, scrapbooks documenting the interests and activities of the Institute from 1953-2000, newspaper clippings, guest books, correspondence, programmes, convention reports and three volumes of the local Tweedsmuir history on microfilm and hard copy.
This fonds consists of two volumes of the Tweedsmuir history, which contain the history of the Cherry Grove, Rosedale and Cherry Dale Women’s Institutes, as well as articles and photos depicting local events, people and the history of area properties and schools. The fonds also includes a history of the Grey County Rally 1907-1956 and several published travel guides related to Ontario.
This fonds consists of minute books for certain periods of time between 1948 and 1985, scrapbooks chronicling the activities and interests of the Salem Women’s Institute and its members from 1938-1991, the Federated Women’s Institute of Ontario Manual for Compiling Tweedsmuir Histories and volume two of the Tweedsmuir history of the local area. Volume two of the Tweedsmuir histories, begun in 1974, comprises photographs and member contributions of property and school histories.
This fonds consists of one Cash Book (1991-1999) and 19 volumes of Minute Books (1920 to 1999), which include minutes of regular meetings, financial statements, cash accounts, lists of officers and directors and membership lists.
This fonds consists of two Account Books (1972-1974) and six volumes of Minute Books (1948-1974), which include minutes of regular meetings, financial statements, cash accounts, lists of officers and directors and membership lists.