Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as a Member of Parliament related to the 2006 Lebanon War. Telegdi publicly advocated for an immediate and unconditional cessation of hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah and believed the Canadian government should facilitate an end to the war. Records include news releases, speech transcripts, handwritten notes, and other textual material. Also contains correspondence including an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the Middle East conflict written by Telegdi.
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Association. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, much of it between Gordon Couling and Lloyd Minshall of the Ontario Department of Education, Community Programs Branch; an exhbition list; a questionnaire sent to art teachers and potential art teachers in the counties; and minutes for a meeting of the teachers' council executive (1961).
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Association for 1955. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence; meeting minutes; flyers, invitations, and registration forms for events and exhibitions; exhibition lists and programs; typed and handwritten notes; a typed lecture transcript on painting methods; and other material. File also includes some material relating to the East Central Ontario Art Association: correspondence, meeting minutes, and an exhibition program.
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Association for 1956. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, meeting notices and agenda, and minutes of meetings of the association and of the teachers' council.
File consists of material relating to administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Association for 1957. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, meeting agendas and one set of minutes (possibly draft copy), handwritten notes, an exhibition program, and a newspaper clipping.
File consists of material relating mainly to the coordination of the regional art exhibitions of the Five Counties Art Association for 1957. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, meeting agendas, exhibitors lists and exhibition programs, flyers, lists of art works received or for auction, handwritten notes, etc.
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Assoication for 1958. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, exhibitors' lists, minutes for meetings of the teacher's council and for a Leaders Institute planning meeting, handwritten jury score sheets from an exhibition, handwritten notes, etc.
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Assoication for 1959. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, exhibitors' lists, minutes for meetings of the teacher's council, handwritten notes, reports on seminars, flyers and invitations, a draft outline for a course by Gordon Couling at the 1959 Leader's Institute, and other material.
File consists of material relating to the administration and activities of the Five Counties Art Association for 1960. Includes a bulletin, an exhibitors' list, newspaper clippings, ts. notes regarding the teachers' council, etc.
File consists of materials created and accumulated during the planning and execution of the Rotary Club of Kitchener 60th anniversary celebration. Includes programmes, invitations, a news release, correspondence and a speech transcript.
Includes correspondence to and from Harvey J. Sims concerning placing his son at a law firm, also a letter from Florence M. Austin, Nov. 30, 1938, Dousman, Wis., on the genealogy of the Cook family and their mutual relationship.
Materials related to James Walker’s paper “A case for morality: the Quong Wing files” published by the University of Toronto Press as a chapter in the book On the Case: Explorations in Social History. Includes related correspondence, notes and comments, writing with corrections, and page proof.
A typescript draft article (sixty-three leaves) of a book about Inuit written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript article contains preliminary edits completed by an editor. Also includes correspondence from Jocelyn Smith, a staff member at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson discussing the preliminary edits, as well as the selection of illustrations and maps to be included in the book.
Correspondence related to administrative matters. Includes a welcome letter to Access Copyright (the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency), a letter and cheque from the Public Lending Right Commission for the year 2004, and a welcome letter to the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia. Also contains an invitation to the 2008 Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award.
File consists of material relating to advertising in the COAA Bulletin. File kept by Ruth Camplin, editor. Includes correspondence, handwritten notes, a typed. list of advertising rates, and three issues of the publication Palette Talk.
Materials related to James Walker's entry about African Canadians in the Encyclopedia Africana (or Afropaedia). Includes related correspondence, information for contributors and contributor agreement, and printouts of Walker's entry “Canada” with annotations and corrections.
Materials related to the course History 259 “African History” taught by James Walker at the University of Waterloo. Includes syllabi, final exams, instructions for assignments, materials for classes and handouts, course schedules, lecture outlines, readings, related correspondence, and recommended readings.
Material created or accumulated by Andrew Telegdi during his tenure as an Elected Alderman representing the City of Waterloo related to an agreement made between Canadian National Realty (CNR) and the City of Waterloo on November 4, 1985. The agreement involved a land exchange and a commitment by CNR to construct a building at the corner of Regina Street and William Street in Waterloo, Ontario to house the new city hall. However, Telegdi and others contested the land sale price and were concerned about the discovery of coal tar on the construction site and later in the regional water pumping station and wells. Records include correspondence, reports, and notes.
Carbon correspondence relating to the care of Florence Ahrens at Central Park Lodge and the condition of her health. Includes list of nurses who cared for Ahrens, personal account information and two obituaries.
Materials related to Alan Thomas. Includes obituaries, funeral materials, correspondence related to the Institute, and materials related to the event "Adult learning and adult education. Celebrating the lifetime contributions of Alan Thomas."
Materials related to the administration of the Carold Institute. Includes correspondence, materials related to the project "Building Local and Global Democracy," materials related to the CIBC Private Investment Counsel, and draft agenda for the Carold Board Conference Call (April 18, 2006).
Accrual consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt and her family. Includes correspondence to and from Alice, locks of hair, and photographs. The photographs document other members of the Hunt family including her mother Mary Osgood Riggs Hunt (1860-1953) and her brother Charles Warren Hunt Jr. (1888-1953). Also present are over 500 slides documenting Charles Warren Hunt Jr.'s trip around the world.
Research notes and materials created or accumulated by Donna Jean MacKinnon about Angela Burke. Includes photocopies of photographs of Burke’s professional life, articles by and about Burke, drafts and endnotes of Burke’s chapter in Newsgirls, database searches, handwritten notes taken by MacKinnon, and correspondence between Burke and MacKinnon (including Burke’s curriculum vitae).
One letter from Ann Bray to Abraham Bray dated August 12, 1847 from Leeds. This short letter gives news that Ann, as well as children Jacob, Mary, and Hannah are set to leave from Liverpool for New York on August 16th or 20th.
One letter from Ann Bray to Abraham Bray dated January 17, 1847 from Leeds. The first part of the letter is from Ann Bray and gives an update on the family and their struggles since the passing of George Bray, and congratulates Abraham on the birth of his child. She notes that Hannah is working at Marshals Mill and that Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel are all working in service. At the end of the letter are notes from Samuel Fox and Sarah Bray regarding friends moving to Canada and inquiring about job prospects there.
One letter from Ann Elizabeth Rawson, dated November 12, 1876 from Holbeck. The letter gives an update on her mother Sarah and brother John Henry, and mentions Sarah falling down the cellar stairs and hurting her back.
One letter from Ann Elizabeth Rawson, dated May 20, 1876 from Holbeck. Ann, Abraham's niece, gives an update on herself, her mother Sarah and brother John Henry, and also discusses the price of apples and the possibility of importing them to Leeds.
Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's PhD studies at the University of Waterloo. Includes admission papers and documents, PhD related notes and documentation, employment information regarding Anne Innis Dagg's lab assistant position, convocation related newspaper clippings, a convocation programme, and correspondence regarding Anne Innis Dagg's PhD studies. Also included are two letters to Dagg's thesis supervisor, Dr. Anthony de Vos in the Department of Geography at the University of Waterloo, from William O. Pruitt and Peter Lent in the Department of Biology at Memorial University from regarding Dagg's thesis.
C. T. Boyes - University of Waterloo, Admissions (June 1, 1965; November 10, 1966)
A. P. Gordon - University of Waterloo, Faculty of Graduate Studies (June 1, 1965)
Ralph Stanton - University of Manitoba, Department of Mathematics & Astronomy (May 30, 1967)
Correspondence from John Schmidt Anthes, Lydia Catherine Anthes and Lydia Louisa Anthes Breithaupt and others to cousin Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses their summer at the Breithaupt cottage in Penetang (Penetanguishene) and in Sans Souic, Moon River, the well-being of family and friends and Albert Liborious' upcoming trip to Germany.
Correspondence from Sylvia Anthony. The letter sends best wishes and thanks to Irene for her work as General Secretary of the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship. It also mentions her upcoming trip to Vienna and Sylvia's current travels in the Dolomite Mountain range.
Letter from Jacob Anthes to his parents, Martin and Catharine, regarding the shipment and selling of bushels of apples. Anthes makes reference to a trip he took with Brother Miller to transport an almost too heavy load of apples and shares his wishes for how they are to be sold and distributed, and at what price.
Correspondence related to the Arctic monitoring and assessment programme. Includes fax received by English with title “Environmental services and research, natural resources and environment, Northern Affairs program, Diand," and other related correspondence.
Letter from Anne Argo, Eden Mills, [date illegible: 1890?] in response to one from Margaret, calling her an old friend and sympathizing in her widowhood. She gives all the news of illnesses and doctoring of family and friends. This letter was enclosed with one to Florence, June 30 1890.
File consists of material relating to safety in the arts and the health hazards of working with art materials. Includes photocopied information and information printed from the internet, newsletters and bulletins of various art-related organizations, and correspondence (including some e-mails).
Letter from Jacob Anthes to his parents, Martin and Catharine. He details his success converting several heads of local families, some of whom are identified by name, despite the efforts of a [Lutheran?] pastor to prevent their departure from their former beliefs. Anthes explains that he has fallen ill from the exertion of hosting repeated assemblies and that the snowy weather is preventing him from travelling to hold yet another assembly. Prior to signing off he notes that son Martin's arm was burned by a cup of hot tea and that Brother Umbach’s Märthe may be visiting in early March.
Materials related to the Atlantic Canada Workshop at Carleton University, in 1991, titled “Political Economy of Region” where James Walker participated in the panel “Studying Afro-Atlantic Canadian Culture.” Includes notes, schedule of the event, travel receipts, related correspondence, and preliminary programme.
Materials related to the Atlantik-Brücke association. Includes related correspondence, cost breakdown, draft agenda, program for the "Future of Energy, XXIX German Canadian Conference hosted by Atlantik-Bruecke Canada and Atlantik-Brücke" (September 17-20, 2014), and a template for email introducing Atlantik-Bruecke Canada organization.
Letter from Jacob Anthes to his parents, Martin and Catharine Anthes. He begins by saying that he's feeling healthier and that the fall weather has been beautiful. After mentioning a visit by Wagenast and his wife, and fish sent with them as gifts, he provides suggestions for transporting and selling apples, sharing that he's pleased with the barrel yielded from his garden.
Materials related to awards received by Joan Hollobon and the Hollobon Award. Includes biographical notes and articles about Hollobon, related newspaper clippings and correspondence, photographs of the Hollobon Award ceremony in 1987 and 1990, and a copy of Science Link by Canadian Science Writers’ Association, Vol. 9, No. 3 (June 1989). Also contains the following awards and certificates received by Hollobon:
Lifetime Achievement Award by Science in Society Journalism Awards (2010),
Certificate of appreciation by the Canadian Science Writers’ Association (1981),
Award of Distinction by the Health Care Public Relations Association (1984),
Honorary Member recognition of the Ontario Medical Association (1985),
Congratulation certificate by the Government of Ontario (2015),
Materials related to the Barbara Clague Festival of Song. Includes related correspondence and ephemera. Also contains materials related to the Collingwood Neighbourhood House (Vancouver, British Columbia).
Collection contains prints of Canadian landscapes done by William Henry Bartlett in 1841 and portraits of prominent 17th and 18th century politicians from Europe and Canada. Also included are letters from English prime ministers dating around the 1700s. The collection is arranged in one series consisting of print engravings, a file of Bartlett prints, and a scrapbook containing letters.
Letter from E.G. Barrie dated June 18, 1951, Kitchener, to Mabel Sims, thanking her for taking care of table arrangements for an annual celebration, possible of the Chicopee Tennis Club. The letter is written on The Barrie Glove & Knitting Co. Limited, Kitchener, Ontario letterhead with a drawing of the factory.
Correspondence from Margaret Hailer Wagner Bean to son Louis Henry Wagner. The letter discusses her ill health, the health of Louis Henry's son and half-siblings and the accidental death of Mr. Mayer. A note is appended to the end from Louis Henry's half sister Alma Bean.
Series consists of incoming correspondence relating to the operation of the Berlin Water Commission for the years 1899, and 1901-1905. Correspondence is addressed to the water commissioners in general, or to individual commissioners (mainly chairman J.C. Breithaupt) or the superintendent (W. Mahlon Davis and his successor Henry Hymmen).
Materials related to the Bermuda-Canada Conference where James Walker participated in a session titled “Black studies: a comparative perspective” with a paper titled “West Indian immigrants and the Black community in Canada: parallels and promises.” Includes related correspondence, conference schedule, press release, conference program, abstract of Frank E. Manning's presentation for the conference titled “The Black Experience in Bermuda and Canada: Ethnicity, culture, and immigration,” and information about travel and accommodation arrangements.
A diary containing daily entries written by Betty Forbes in 1948. Several entries describe Betty’s work in British Columbia, family events, dances, a trip to Alaska, holidays, and Peg Forbes’s wedding to Colin Andrew (Joe) Wilson. The diary contains letters, invitations, lists, a patch, and press clippings including one titled, Girls advised to train for career and marriage published in The Globe and Mail on January 27, 1948.
A diary containing daily entries written by Betty Forbes in 1949. Several entries describe Betty’s work as a nurse, family events, and holidays. The diary includes press clippings, postcards, notes, letters, invitations, a program from Maple Leaf Gardens, tickets, a national credit card from Imperial Oil Limited and four photographs of unknown individuals.