- 1963 - 1973
Minutes of department meetings.
Loyola College. Department of Political Science
Minutes of department meetings.
Loyola College. Department of Political Science
The fonds provides information on the construction of Loyola College.
The fonds includes specifications, contracts, and correspondence.
The fonds provides information on the activities and management of the Computer Centre/Computing Services at Concordia between 1974 and 1996 and during its period at Sir George between 1970 and 1974. There are also some files which document the activities of the Loyola College Computing Centre (1970-1971) and its Data Processing Department (1971-1974). The fonds also includes the research material for the History of Computing Services Project, realized in 1995-1996, which include recorded interviews with employees of the unit and its four directors: Graham Martin, Ivan Fuchs, Jack Fearnley, and John Woodrow.
The fonds mainly consists of reports, correspondence, minutes of meetings, handbooks, computer program files, photographs and videos of employee social events, and sound recordings.
Concordia University. Computing Services
The fonds provides information on the artistic activities of the Loyola College Dramatic Society.
The fonds consists mainly of play programs, press clippings, and photographs.
Loyola College. Dramatic Society
The fonds mainly documents the financial management of Loyola College from the 1920s to 1974. There are also files on properties and physical resources management. The fonds is mainly composed of the records of Mr. Ferrari’s office, as Comptroller (1961-1968) and as Vice-President, Administration (1968-1974), and the records of the Loyola Bursar and Procurator (Treasurer).
The fonds mainly contains general ledgers (1950-1974), financial statements (1916-1974), and various administrative records relating to budget, investment, insurance and payroll. There are also files relating to college properties, such as accounting records for the construction of the Administration building in the 1920s and file copies of annual reports (1898-1929) to Quebec government which give detailed statistical information for the first years of Loyola.
Loyola College. Office of the Vice-President, Administration
The fonds consists of records generated by the Rector/President of Loyola College and other Loyola College administrative officers and organizations between 1899 and 1976.
The fonds includes correspondence; minutes; membership lists; news releases, clippings; leases; curricula vitae; organization charts; financial reports, annual reports; internal publications, pamphlets, booklets, bulletins; event schedules, conference programs, posters; business cards, invitations, membership cards; staff contracts; constitutive documents, legislative bills, act of incorporation, by-laws, policy and procedure statements, petitions for university status, terms of reference, briefs; advertising sheets, press releases; construction permits, specifications, tenders, architectural drawings; photographs; sound recordings.
The fonds is divided into the following series:
I147/01 Alumni association
I147/02 Assistant to the President
I147/03 Associations and organizations
I147/07 Canadian Officers Training Corps
I147/11 Concordia University and merger
I147/12 Conferences, seminars and special activities
I147/15 Departmental affairs
I147/16 Internal relations
I147/17 External relations
I147/19 Publicity and public relations
I147/20 Religious affairs
Loyola College. Office of the President
The fonds provides information on student life in the period covered.
The fonds consists of reports, publications, a scrapbook, and a national interfraternity award certificate.
Loyola College. Loyola Students' Association
The fonds provides information on the functioning of the Loyola Faculty Association.
The fonds contains minutes, memos, and reports.
Loyola College. Faculty Association
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:
I002.1/2. Buildings & Properties
I002.1/4. Conferences, Seminars & Special activities
I002.1/4.1. Conferences & Symposiums
I002.1/4.2. Special Activities
I002.1/4.4. Visiting Lecturers
I002.1/5. Curriculum & Programs
I002.1/7. Legal Affairs & Contracts
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
I002.1/17. Student Life
I002.1/18. University, Organization, Policy & Planning
I002.1/19. Event Coordination Centre
Loyola College. Public Relations and Information Office
The fonds provides information on alumni activities. There are also records related to the Loyola Hall of Fame and the Loyola Medal.
The fonds consists of by-laws, correspondence, accounting records, lists of nominations, honours presentations documentation, reference documentation on various social activities organised for the alumni members, minutes, fund raising literature, and membership lists, as well as photographs and audiovisual records of activities, publications and memorabilia. There are also four reels of microfilmed press clippings.
Loyola College. Loyola Alumni Association
The fonds documents the activities including the intra-mural and varsity programs of the Loyola College Department of Athletics from 1901 until 1975.
It contains team contracts, rosters, programs, schedules, reports, press clippings, films of games, objects, photographs, etc. It also contains files related to the introduction of the program in Bio-Physical Education which was initiated by the Department of Athletics and its director, Ed Enos.
The fonds is organized in the following series:
I034.1/1131 Curriculum Development Files - Faculties and Academic Departments
I034.1/1310 Academic Session Organization
I034.1/1330 Teaching Activities
I034.1/4210 University Policies and Procedures
I034.1/4310 Internal Audit
I034.1/5111 Committees and Meetings
I034.1/5112 Reports, Studies and Analyses
I034.1/5160 University Events
I034.1/5170 External Relations
I034.1/5172 Public Relations Activities
I034.1/5250 Group Insurance
I034.1/5260 Civil Liability Insurances
I034.1/5262 Insurance Claims without Litigation
I034.1/5410 Internal News and Announcements
I034.1/5420 Media Relations
I034.1/5430 Media Coverage
I034.1/5460 Promotional Materials
I034.1/6110 Staff and Position Management
I034.1/6111 Job Profiles
I034.1/6131 Job Posting and Hiring Criteria
I034.1/6210 Administrative and Support Staff ‐ Permanent Employee Files
I034.1/8110 Space Management
I034.1/8120 Property Files
I034.1/9211 Historical Evolution
I034.1/9510 Recreation Programs Management
I034.1/9520 Varsity Sport Management
I034.1/9530 Varsity Sport Teams and Clubs
I034.1/9540 Championships and Tournaments
I034.1/9550 Sport and Athletics Recognition Events
I034.1/9560 Athletics Awards and Bursaries
Loyola College. Department of Athletics
The fonds consists of a Loyola jacket worn by Harry Hemens as a student, and his chancellor's hood.
Hemens, Henry J.
The fonds provides information on the activities and management of the department.
The fonds includes minutes of departmental meetings, budget and administrative files, brochures, and posters.
Concordia University. Department of Communication Studies