The fonds consists of images of Thomas V. Hoyle and of Lacolle Manor.Sans titre
The series documents the Montreal YMCA's mission statements, philosophy, values, policies, procedures, planning process, and evolving organizational structure. It includes documents related to planning exercises including surveys and other research.
The series includes staff policy and procedure manuals and policy statements on a range of issues and related records; demographic and other studies of client groups; reports, correspondence, minutes, agendas, charts and tables, brochures, maps, and other records.
The series is arranged as follows:
P0145/05B Organization charts, directories.
P0145/05C Organizational review.
P0145/05D Policies, procedures.
P0145/05D03 Language policy.
P0145/05E Planning, surveys.
P0145/05E01 1925 Montreal YMCA Population Study.
P0145/05E02 1946 Hugg Study.
P0145/05E03 1949-1952 Branch Study.
P0145/05E04 Guide Lines to the Sixties.
P0145/05E05 1964-1969 Planning and Development.
P0145/05E06 1969-1970 Planning Process.
P0145/05E07 1971 Planning Process Mobilization.
P0145/05E08 Development Plan for 1980-1985.
P0145/05E09 1984-1987 Strategic Plan.
P0145/05E10 1986-1988 Strategic Planning Review.
P0145/05E11 1990s surveys.
P0145/05E12 Small surveys and planning exercises.
P0145/05E13 Proposals for unrealized branches, facilities.
P0145/05E14 Source materials.
The collection provides visual information on Sir George Williams and his family.
The collection consists of photographs of paintings of Sir George Williams, photographs of Sir George Williams, photographs of the church he attended, photographs of his tombstone with his great-granddaughters Pamela Williams-Demetriade and Rosalie Williams Sinclair, and a biography of Sir George Williams by J.E. Hodder.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on activities, mainly sports, that occurred at Loyola College in the 1910s.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook, clippings, event programs, and photographs.Sans titre
The description of this fonds is not available. Please contact Concordia University Libraries Special Collections for more information.Sans titre
The series is composed of correspondence, articles, and photocopies of various documents (mainly 1887-1904) mainly related to the 16 pioneering female journalists. The Alice Asselin file contains a few original documents (textual and photos). The series also includes documentation specifically on the Canadian Women’s Press Club and various publications.
Jack Hirshberg, S BA'38, author and Hollywood columnist.
Fred Kerner, editor of The Georgian 1940-1942 and member of the musical revue, The Georgiantics.
The Velma Weeks Barker collection contains materials related to the life and contributions of Velma Weeks Barker.
This collection contains photographs and textual records. The personal photographs that comprise the collection show Weeks Barker and her family and include photographs taken in Little Burgundy and inside community spaces, including Union United Church. Many of the images were also taken in family spaces. The textual records include newspaper clippings referring to activities occurring at the Negro Community Centre and the Negro Theater Guild. This collection also contains materials related to her husband, Darnley Cecil Barker, including information about his participation in the Canadian Army and his immigration from Barbados to Canada to serve.
The Velma Weeks Barker collection includes the following items:
- 35 photographs
- 1 honorary degree certificate (Concordia University)
- 1 marriage certificate (Union United Church)
- 6 newspaper clippings
- 1 letter
It also includes the following material, which belonged to her husband Darnley Cecil Barker:
- 1 army discharge certificate
- 3 soldier's pay book
- 1 certificate of Canadian citizenship
- 1 tradesman qualifications certificate
- 1 discharge certificate from the Canadian Army
William Fraser, Mrs V. R. Jones, Librarian at the Weldon Memorial Library in Glasgow, and two unidentified people.