The fonds consists of records created by Alan Clarke in his capacity as an educator, adviser and public servant and includes both personal and professional correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, minutes and agendas and other material annotated by Clarke.
Fonds consists of a scrapbook of Alan Dignan (Victoria Class of 1931) containing clippings, correspondence, notices, programmes and other ephemera concerning student activities at Victoria University, 1927-1931
Records relating to the construction of the Aldborough School Section No. 1 building in 1914. The records were created by John T. Findlay, Architect, St. Thomas. Fonds has been divided into the following series: -Architectural drawings. -Specifications.
Fonds consists of records, 1946-2009, consisting of six series relating to Johnston's academic life and research, including those relating to her education, 1946-1961; professional life, 1957-2009;Records relating to the church, theatre and other activities, 1965-2003; teaching records, 1959-2008; scholarships and publications, 1971-2009. and photographs, [1961?]-2002.
The fonds consists of correspondence, readers' reviews, printed articles and submissions, all pertaining to 'Co-ordination chemistry reviews,' of which Alfred Beverly Philip Lever was editor, 1965-1971. The files are arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent/author/critic.
Photographs and letters written by Alma Pearl McMullin, a teacher at the Talbotville Public School (Southwold School Section Number 6) from 1939-1944. Fonds includes class photographs of her students, and letters that she sent to her boyfriend at the time, W.L. "Jimmy" Ward. At the time, teachers had to resign on marriage. Alma and Jimmy were married in July 1944.
The fonds documents Andrew Tomcik's career as a professor, graphics designer and consultant. It includes correspondence, writings, design examples, design work and posters created by Tomcik for corporate clients and York University, such as silkscreen and lithographic pieces. Also included are prints, notes, clippings, conference material, student projects, teaching files for his history of design course, design books and magazines.
Fonds consist of records relating to administration of Appleby School Father’s Association. Records include minutes, agendas, correspondence, membership lists, and financial records that include a cash book, ledger, and fee statements.
The fonds mainly documents Arthur C. Johnson's professional activities as a university administrator. Records consist of press releases, speeches, correspondence, and reports relating to the planning and development of York University's Keele and Glendon campuses.
The fonds consists of Arthur Hackett's copies of correspondence, reports, minutes, newspaper clippings and printed material related to the Organizing Committee of York University and the establishment of the University in 1959. It includes: minutes of the Organizing Committee, 1958-1959, of the Executive Committee and the Facilities Planning Committee, both 1959, as well as of the Publicity Committee, 1958-1959; copies of drafts and the final form of the York University Act (1959); a copy of the first report of the Curriculum Committee; and reports of meetings of the Provisional and the official Board of Governors.
Fonds consists of audiovisual records documenting the history of Trinity College School. Included are VHS tapes, DVDs, moving film reels, audiotape reels, multi-media CDs, audio CDs, vinyl records, and slides.
Fonds contains records created by and for various members of the Bailey family, including photographs and textual material. Series are divided by the member of the family who created the material. Fonds consists of the following series: Harry Bailey, Russell O. Bailey, and Lillian Rutherford.
The fonds consists of material that documents Godard's professorial career and includes thesis advisory files, general correspondence, letters of recommendation, lecture notes, conference material, minutes and reports related to various departments and committees that she was involved with and additional material related to her work with the Canadian Federation of Humanities and to her work as editor of the "Bibliography of feminist criticism," "Gynocritics" among other publications. It also includes notes and drafts of her own writing including her undergraduate and graduate research, articles, book reviews, conference papers, drafts of her translations and a collection of chap books and broadsheets accumulated over the course of her career.