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Hall Building

Announcement on the Hall Building construction site. From left to right, an unidentified man, Mona Osborne, Dr. John O'Brien, an unidentified woman and J.-P. Petolas.

Hall Building Construction Site

Announcement on the Hall Building construction site to mark the start of demolition of buildings occupying the future university site at Burnside [later de Maisonneuve Blvd.] and Bishop St.. Principal and Vice-Chancellor Robert C. Rae and Gloria Stieger, President of the Students' Undergraduate Society.

Henry F. Hall fonds

  • P0006
  • Fonds
  • 1828-1971, predominant 1920-1967

The fonds is reflective of Hall’s forty-year career as a counselor, instructor, and administrator at Sir George Williams University in Montreal, Quebec and leader in the field of Canadian education. Materials in this fonds also highlight Hall’s life-long work with the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Montreal, his commitment to the growth of Sir George, his role as a respected public figure, his participation in the scientific and religious communities of Montreal, and his diverse personal interests including astronomy, biology, and the history of the Eastern Townships.

The fonds primarily consists of Hall’s teaching notes and course outlines, research, correspondence, his drafts of "The Georgian Spirit: The Story of Sir George Williams University," typed addresses and presentation notes, and conference materials, as well as personal documents such as notebooks, educational records, and gifts. Also included are awards, diplomas and certificates, photographic material, memorabilia, and materials collected and used by Hall such as reports, publications, manuscripts, and press clippings.

The fonds is arranged in the following nine series:

P0006/A Personal records
P0006/B Teaching materials and research
P0006/C Correspondence
P0006/D Addresses, records from special events, and conference materials
P0006/E "The Georgian Spirit" manuscripts
P0006/F YMCA
P0006/G Eastern Townships
P0006/H Photographs
P0006/I Collected press clippings

Hall, Henry F.

Hingston Family fonds

  • P134
  • Fonds
  • 1848-1994

The fonds consists mainly of correspondence received by Sir William Hales Hingston and a few letters received by Mrs. Hingston and their sons William, Donald, and Harold.

There are also photographs, press clippings, brochures, invitations, manuscripts of Sir William's writings, business cards, maps and objects. The fonds includes a scrapbook of press clippings relating to Sir William Hingston's political and professional life, an official document appointing him to the Ottawa Improvement Commission in 1902, the original letters patent related to Sir William's knighthood, and a circa 1889 photograph of Sir William. Also included is an album containing 92 wedding and travel photographs of the Hingston family.

The fonds is organized into the following series:

P134/A Sir William Hales Hingston
P134/B Family correspondence
P134/C Family history

Hingston Family

Jean Drapeau

Jean Drapeau receiving his honorary degree at the 1967 Sir George Williams University Spring Convocation. The event was held at Place des Nations, Expo 67.

John Douglas Borthwick collection

  • C021
  • Collection
  • 1897

The collection contains the manuscript titled "The Dark History of Montreal for 130 Years" by Reverend John Douglas Borthwick. the manuscript, dated 1897, appears to cover some of the same topics that are found in his book "History of Montreal, including the streets of Montreal" (1897).

Borthwick, John Douglas

Johnny Holmes fonds

  • P0016
  • Fonds
  • [194-]-1989

The fonds provides information on jazz in Montreal, particularly on radio, during the 1950s and 1960s.

The fonds contains music that Johnny Holmes arranged and conducted, audiotapes of CBC radio broadcasts, photographs of performers, and press clippings.

Holmes, Johnny

Loyola Class

Students from Latin Rudiments class, with absent students edited manually afterward. Centre: Father T. J. MacMahon. Included: Henry Authier, Lewis Bagnall, Paul Bauset, H. Bordeau, B. Burns, M. Burns, J. Burke, P. Carrier, W. Caven, D. Clarke, N. Collins, E. Conroy, M. Crossan, L. Frawley, M. Frawley, K. Lachance, F. Langan, I, Lantry, L. Leblanc, F. Macdonald, P. H. Martin, R. W. J. McGaffrey, Y. McCarthy, H. McDonald, A. McKenna, P. McKenna, F. McKenzie, N. Murphy, H. Panet, Eugene Pion, R. Quain, A. Robinson, P. Thornton, S. S. Toddings, S. G. P. Urguhar, V. Walsh, L. Wilkins, E. Steven

Loyola Class

Mr. Joseph A. Keating, S. J. and class, outside of Loyola College Drummond Street, Montreal. Second row, seventh from left: Father J. J. McGarry S. J.

Loyola Class

Mr. Joseph A. Keating S. J. and class, exterior of 68 Drummond street, Montreal. Second row, fourth from left: James McGarry (later Father James McGarry, S. J.

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