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I0104-09-0002 · Item · 1992
Part of Department of Communication Studies fonds

Promotional video for the Department of Communication Studies featuring past and current students, faculties such as Gail Valaskakis, Dennis Murphy, Marc Gervais, Hal Thwaites, department assistant Sheelah O'Neill and department founder Father Jack O'Brien. Directed by Aviva Farbstein, Tierney McGoldrick, Marika Morissette, and Anna-Karina Tabunar.

The Trial and The Curve
P0287-11-0034 · Item · January 10, 1964
Part of Henry Beissel fonds

Side 1: "The Trial" read by H.B. and I.B. recorded on September 30th, 1956 at Gerry Moses' farm. Side 2: "The Curve" by Tankred Dorst recorded from CBC radio performance on January 10, 1964

Cantos North
P0287-11-0016 · Item
Part of Henry Beissel fonds

Henry Beissel reading Cantos North. Recorded at AV Studios of Concordia (Loyola Campus).

CUTV fonds
P0024 · Fonds · 1975 - 1995

The fonds is mainly composed of CUTV member’s productions which amounts to approximately 250 titles.
The textual records are organized in 3 series:


The PRODUCTIONS series includes records on different shows produced by CUTV and include scripts, release forms, crew lists, inventories. The ADMINISTRATION series includes membership forms, budget files, some minutes from the CUTV Executive and correspondence. The COMMUNICATION series includes some press clippings, promotional material and photos.

Concordia University. Television
Interview C.L.R. James
P0287-11-0003 · Item · January 1, 1968
Part of Henry Beissel fonds

Audio with C.L.R. James (Cyril Lionel Robert James) linked to the Cultural Congress of Havana which took place January 4-11, 1968. Tape 3.

Fraser F. Fulton fonds
P0101 · Fonds · 1964-1971

The fonds provides information on university administration.

The fonds consists of correspondence, speeches, press clippings, and a booklet on the opening of the Henry F. Hall Building, as well as photographs of the Norris Building and the Hall Building.

Fulton, Fraser F.
Interview with John La Rose
P0287-11-0004 · Item · 1968
Part of Henry Beissel fonds

Henry Beissel interviews John La Rose in the context of the Cultural Congress of Havana which took place January 4-11, 1968. Tape 13

Gail Valaskakis fonds
P0125 · Fonds · 1967

The fonds provides information on Gail Valaskakis' work at Loyola College.

The fonds consists of some correspondence (letter of thanks, letters of congratulations and other civilities) and invitations to university events.

Valaskakis, Gail
F013 · Fonds · [1929-1997]

The Negro Community Centre/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre fonds contains records relating to the operation of the Negro Community Centre/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre. It contains textual records and other materials documenting the mission; structure; administration; building and facilities; and programs and services offered at the Centre, dating from its founding in the late 1920s until it ceased its operations. The fonds also contains materials dating to after the closure of the Centre.

The fonds documents the history of the Negro Community Centre/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre, its role in Little Burgundy and the greater Montreal area, and its relationships to other organizations, including but not limited to the Coloured Women's Club of Montreal; Union United Church; Red Feather Services; Federated Appeal of Greater Montreal; and Centraide. The fonds also includes documentation related to the Walker Credit Union and Afro-Can. The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters is also mentioned in the documentation.

The Negro Community Centre/Charles H. Este Cultural Centre fonds includes a wide variety of textual records, including but not limited to administrative records; ledgers and other financial records; correspondence; board and committee meeting minutes and related records; reports; calendars, flyers, posters, descriptions and other documentation relating to programs, services, and events taking place at the Centre; photographic materials, including prints and negatives; architectural drawings and plans; clothing; and ephemera.

Negro Community Centre
I0002.1 · Fonds · 1956 - 1975

The fonds documents the Public Relations and Information Office’s efforts to establish effective communication services for Loyola College in the 1960s until the merger with Sir George Williams University in 1974. It mainly consists of documentation on academic, social and cultural events (e.g. convocations, conferences, theatre presentations) and on various administrative and academic matters (e.g. quest for a University charter, capital campaign, curriculum). The records of the Event Coordination Centre (series I002.1/19) provide information on the use of the college facilities for the organization of events, such as those held at the F.C. Smith Auditorium.

The fonds mainly includes correspondence, reports, information bulletins and press releases, promotional materials, addresses and speeches, and general administrative records. It also includes a large amount of photographs made by external agencies or by the Loyola College part time photographer, Paul Hrasko.

The fonds is organized into the following series:

I002.1/1. Budget
I002.1/2. Buildings & Properties
I002.1/3. Committees
I002.1/4. Conferences, Seminars & Special activities
I002.1/4.1. Conferences & Symposiums
I002.1/4.2. Special Activities
I002.1/4.3. Theatre
I002.1/4.4. Visiting Lecturers
I002.1/5. Curriculum & Programs
I002.1/6. Financing
I002.1/7. Legal Affairs & Contracts
I002.1/8. Publications
I002.1/9. Publicity & Public Relations
I002.1/10. Relations/Services - External
I002.1/11. Relations/Services - Internal
I002.1/12. Scholarships, Awards & Prizes
I002.1/13. Sports Activities
I002.1/14. Staff: General
I002.1/15. Staff: Teaching
I002.1/16. Statistics
I002.1/17. Student Life
I002.1/18. University, Organization, Policy & Planning
I002.1/19. Event Coordination Centre
I002.1/20. Photographs

Loyola College. Public Relations and Information Office