The fonds consists of images of Thomas V. Hoyle and of Lacolle Manor.
Favreau, Della L.
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The fonds consists of images of Thomas V. Hoyle and of Lacolle Manor.
Favreau, Della L.
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.
Kearney, John Doherty
The description of this fonds is not available. Please contact Concordia University Libraries Special Collections for more information.
The fonds provides information primarily on the study of the crowd in history and on European revolutions.
The fonds consists of research notes, correspondence, and manuscripts. It includes microfilmed documents from other archives.
The fonds contains documentation pertaining to the career of the jazz musician Ted Elfstrom and provides information on the Mart Kenney Orchestra, the Ted Elfstrom Octet, the Montreal Woodwind Chamber Group, Oscar Peterson, and the Montreal Jazz Festival.
The fonds includes programs, newspaper articles, invitations, audio recordings, and photographs.
The fonds contains photographs of Sir George Williams students involved in a 1944 artillery reserve training camp, musical activities at Sir George Williams, students participating in the Saskatchewan wheat harvest in 1942, and staff, sports, and student life.
Adams, Kenneth D.
The fonds provides information on the Canadian roots of community psychology and William Line.
The fonds consists mainly of sound recordings of Paul Babarik's interviews with eminent psychologists. There are also copies of books he edited and wrote.
The fonds provides information on the activities and events in which the LGFC was involved at Concordia University.
The fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, a draft of a guidebook for gay students, event notices and schedules, financial records, and newsletters.
Concordia University. Queer Collective
The fonds provides information on the Chartered Accounting Program, between the 1980s and 2009. The program started in 1978 and became the Chartered Professional Accountancy (CPA) Program around 2014.
The fonds is composed of reports, minutes, course guides, and photographs.
Concordia University. Department of Accountancy
The fonds consists of drawings for theatre sets.
Sloan, Walter Kent
Fonds contains records relating to the Grant family’s everyday activities and occupations. The material includes bills, receipts, certificates, wills, policies, instructional documents, poetry, prescriptions, correspondence between friends and family in Ontario, Montreal, Scotland, and the United States, sermons, religious material, and records relating to the Victoria Toll Bar on Victoria Road.
The fonds has been divided into six series:
F010/A. Attestations, wills, and certificates
F010/C. Financial records
F010/D. Instructional records
F010/F. Victoria Toll Bar
The fonds provides information on the Irish community of Montreal in the 19th and early 20th century, and its view of Ireland and Irish culture. Some documents relate to the United Irish Societies (U.I.S.) of Montreal and the Saint Patrick’s Society of Montreal, as well as to Thomas d’Arcy McGee and John Loye, whereas others are standing in connection to James McAran, a Montreal merchant. The fonds also gives information on the Irish Question and reactions to it in Canada, through an album of newspaper clippings collected by James Albert Whittaker during 1920 to 1923, augmented by correspondence and small brochures from the same time period.
The fonds consists of four albums and several separate documents. The albums contain collections of greeting cards, Irish songs and poetry, family photographs, and newspaper clippings on the Irish Question. Furthermore, the fonds includes without limitations newspapers, sheet music, brochures, correspondence, a map of Ireland, drawings (including original artwork for the United Irish Societies of Montreal logo), and the text of an address on Irish-Canadian history given at the St. Patrick's Society Ball in 1872 by John O'Farrell, president of the Hibernian Benevolent Society of Quebec.
The fonds illustrates life of an Irish immigrant family in the eastern Townships in the 19th century, and gives information on the decendants of John McCorkill.
The fonds consists of letters, accounting records, legal documents, and genealogical information on the McCorkill family.
The fonds highlights the personal and professional lives of Vincent and Olga Diniacopoulos as antiquarians, collectors, art dealers and travelers. It is comprised of personal letters from, and copies of letters to, family members, friends, and business associates. There are identification documents, passports, and other travel documents, school records and other materials from Olga and Denis’ childhoods’. The fonds includes personal/family photographs, negatives and slides ranging from the 19th century to the 1990s. There are photographs of antiques and works of art; however, many of the subjects are not identified. There are also many publications (books, newspapers) that were collected by the fonds creators throughout the years. Among these written documents is a travel diary and as well as some letters from the 19th century which cannot be clearly linked to the creators of the fonds, but are nevertheless an interesting source of information.
P0174/B Personal life
P0174/C Business documents
P0174/D Ars Classica gallery
P0174/F Chartres … Algérie … Rennes … Orange … Marseille …
P0174/G Unidentified letters
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/D Addresses, records from special events, and conference materials
P0006/E "The Georgian Spirit" manuscripts
P0006/G Eastern Townships
P0006/I Collected press clippings
Hall, Henry F.
The fonds is related to Alan Hustak’s work as a journalist and author.
It consists mostly of research material on the Quebec physician and Montreal mayor of Irish origin Sir William Hales Hingston, (1829-1907). The material was collected by Alan Hustak in preparation of his book Sir William Hingston : Montreal Mayor, Surgeon and Banker, published in 2004.
The research material and articles on pilot Albert Mah (1920-2005) and Canadian broadcaster Jimmy Tapp (1918-2004) give an insight in Hustak’s work as a journalist. The fonds also includes photographs of singer Norma Hutton.
The fonds includes without limitations correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, brochures, manuscripts, book chapters and personal documents. Most documents are reproductions, made in the 1990s or later.
The fonds is organized into the following series:
P0191/A. Research material on Sir William Hale Hingston
P0191/B. Hustaks journalistic work
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:
I0147/01 Alumni association
I0147/02 Assistant to the President
I0147/03 Associations and organizations
I0147/07 Canadian Officers Training Corps
I0147/11 Concordia University and merger
I0147/12 Conferences, seminars and special activities
I0147/15 Departmental affairs
I0147/16 Internal relations
I0147/17 External relations
I0147/19 Publicity and public relations
I0147/20 Religious affairs
Loyola College. Office of the President
The Bellelle Guerin fonds documents life and work of the Guerin family. Most significantly, the materials contained in the fonds pertain to the careers of John Edmund Guerin and Bellelle Guerin. The fonds also contains materials concerning other members of the Guerin family. Two scrapbooks document John Edmund Guerin’s political career as mayor of Montreal from his election in 1910 until 1912. These scrapbooks also contain materials concerning important events occurring during his mandate, including the International Eucharist Congress; the visits of Earl Grey and the duke and duchess of Connaught; and the death of King Edward 7th, among others. A third scrapbook contains information pertaining to the 1917 election and the Catholic Women’s League of Canada. Some documents are also related to Thomas or Mary Carroll Guerin. The fourth scrapbook contains clippings of newspaper articles, most of which were written by Thomas Guerin, Bellelle’s father. These articles concern Thomas Guerin's work as a civil engineer in Montreal in the 1870s and 1880s, and document a number of his concerns, including sewerage problems and floods in Montreal.
The Bellelle Guerin fonds is composed of 4 scrapbooks containing clippings and memorabilia, and a pin given to James John Edmund Guerin during the Eucharist Congress in 1910.
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:
P0134/A Sir William Hales Hingston
P0134/B Family correspondence
P0134/C Family history
The fonds consists of an original parchment appointing Drummond as Queen's Counsel in 1848.
Drummond, Lewis Thomas
The fonds documents the mission, structure, senior personnel, administration, programs, activities, facilities, and evolution of the Montreal YMCA (as of 2009, Le Y du Québec) from its founding in 1851 to the late 20th century.
The records document the Montreal YMCA's relationships with a wide range of external bodies, including YMCAs in other Canadian cities and towns, the National Council of YMCAs of Canada, the YMCA movement in North America and the world, and other entities.
The records document Concordia University founding institution Sir George Williams College/University and its precursors in the YMCA's educational programs. In addition, the records document the demographic history of the Montreal region, in particular the English-speaking Protestant community.
The fonds includes materials that were amassed by Harold C. Cross and Murray C. Ross when they were developing their histories of the Montreal Association and the YMCA in Canada, respectively.
The fonds includes materials from the former Metropolitan Montreal YMCA library/documentation centre.
The fonds includes correspondence of YMCA officials and others, board and committee minutes and related records, program and fund-raising publicity, books, newsletters, annual reports, year books, statistical and other reports, demographic studies, lecture notes, photographs, sound recordings on tape and vinyl, videotapes, films and film strips, posters, commemorative T-shirts, badges, trophies and other objects, artwork, blueprints, maps and other items on a variety of material media.
The fonds is arranged according to the following classification plan.
P0145/01 Founding documents, constitution, by-laws, histories.
P0145/01A Founding documents, constitution, by-laws.
P0145/02 Metropolitan Board of Directors.
P0145/02A Directors, presidents.
P0145/02B Metropolitan Board and Executive Committee meetings.
P0145/02C Nominating Committee.
P0145/02D Annual Reports.
P0145/03 Annual and Special General Meetings.
P0145/04 Professional Staff.
P0145/04A Individual senior employed officers.
P0145/04B Staff professional development.
P0145/04C Training for YMCA secretaryship (Fellowship Plan).
P0145/04D Managerial groups.
P0145/04D01 Meetings, conferences, administration.
P0145/04D02 Publications, studies.
P0145/05 Planning, policy, structure.
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.
P0145/06 Financial administration.
P0145/06A Committees, policies.
P0145/06C Budget control, accounting.
P0145/06D Financial statements.
P0145/06F Investments, gifts.
P0145/06G Tax-exempt status.
P0145/07 Human resources.
P0145/07A Personnel committee and personnel management.
P0145/07B Employee files.
P0145/07C Union affairs.
P0145/08B Public relations.
P0145/08E Records management.
P0145/10A Committees, policies.
P0145/10C Boys work, boys and girls work, girls work, youth work.
P0145/10D Citizenship training.
P0145/10E Community development.
P0145/10F Community justice.
P0145/10G01 Constitutive documents, histories.
P0145/10G03 Financial management.
P0145/10G05 Buildings, properties.
P0145/10G06 Faculty, staff.
P0145/10G07 Students, student services, associations.
P0145/10G08 Curriculum, programs.
P0145/10G10 External relations.
P0145/10J Handicapped persons.
P0145/10K Health care.
P0145/10L Immigrants, refugees.
P0145/10M Industrial Work.
P0145/10N International Development.
P0145/10O Leadership development.
P0145/10P Physical Education.
P0145/10Q Pre-school, children.
P0145/10R Railroad Work.
P0145/10S Religious Work.
P0145/10U Social recreation.
P0145/10W Y's Men, Y's Menettes.
P0145/11 Branches, buildings, facilities.
P0145/11A Branches and facilities general.
P0145/11B YMCA Centre-ville.
P0145/11B02 Administration, Board of Management.
P0145/11B03 Annual Reports.
P0145/11B04 Annual General Meetings.
P0145/11B05 Financial administration.
P0145/11B07 Human resources administration.
P0145/11B09 Facilities, buildings, equipment, supplies.
P0145/11C Du Parc/North/International/Fairmount.
P0145/11E Pointe St-Charles.
P0145/11G West Island.
P0145/12 Camping, outdoor programs.
P0145/12B Kamp Kanawana.
P0145/12B01 General administration.
P0145/12B02 Financial administration.
P0145/12B03 Land, facilities, equipment, supplies.
P0145/12B05 Staff, counsellors.
P0145/12C Camp Otoreke.
P0145/12C01 General administration.
P0145/12C02 Financial administration.
P0145/12C03 Land, facilities, equipment, supplies.
P0145/12C05 Staff, counsellors.
P0145/12D Camp Becsies.
P0145/12E Camp Dorval.
P0145/12F Camp Weredale.
P0145/12G Camp Perrot.
P0145/12H Ski lodge.
P0145/12I Camp Thunderbird.
P0145/12J Wilderness Survival Camp.
P0145/12K Les Voyageurs de la Vérendrye.
P0145/12L Lac St-Joseph/Camp Jubilee.
P0145/12M Day camp.
P0145/12N Camping associations.
P0145/12N01 American Camping Association.
P0145/12N02 Canadian Camping Association.
P0145/12N03 Quebec Section, Canadian Camping Association (also known as Quebec Camping Association).
P0145/12N04 Quebec Camping Association/Association des camps du Québec.
P0145/13 Special events.
P0145/13A Visits of dignitaries.
P0145/13C Open house.
P0145/13D Memorials, tributes, testimonials, honours.
P0145/13E Expo 1967/Canadian centennial.
P0145/13F 1976 Montreal Olympic Games.
P0145/14 External relations.
P0145/14A The World Alliance of YMCAs, World Councils, World Conferences, international visits.
P0145/14A01 World Alliance, World Councils, World Conferences.
P0145/14A02 International visits.
P0145/14B World Service, Foreign Work.
P0145/14C International Committee, other North American YMCA organizations.
P0145/14D National Council of YMCAs of Canada.
P0145/14D01 Constitutive documents.
P0145/14D03 Annual Reports.
P0145/14D04 Correspondence, reports.
P0145/14D05 Meetings of Council, Board, Executive Committee, staff.
P0145/14D06 Committee meetings, reports.
P0145/14D07 Annual, Special General Meetings.
P0145/14D08 National conferences, conventions.
P0145/14D09 Policy, planning, surveys.
P0145/14D10 Program support.
P0145/14D11 Military Work.
P0145/14D11a Boer War.
P0145/14D11b World War I.
P0145/14D11c Interwar period.
P0145/14D11d World War II.
P0145/14D11e Post-World War II.
P0145/14D12 Geneva Park: Couchiching national centre.
P0145/14D13 Camp Canada.
P0145/14D14 Human resources administration.
P0145/14D15 Financial administration.
P0145/14D16 Communications, public relations.
P0145/14D17 Directories, rosters.
P0145/14E Regional YMCA councils, committees.
P0145/14F YMCAs of the United Kingdom.
P0145/14G YMCAs of the United States.
P0145/14H Canadian local YMCAs.
P0145/14I YWCA, other organizations.
YMCA of Montreal
Between 1940 and 1986, Alex Robertson collected records. Most of the recordings in the fonds are 78 rpm's pressed in Montreal by Berliner and Compo: Berliner was the first Canadian company to produce records, and Compo was the first to record Canadian Black musicians. The fonds contains a large number of sound recordings that have never had commercial or widespread distribution. The fonds includes about 3,000 pieces of sheet music of various genres, dating from ca 1885 to 1970; about 1,000 pieces have Canadian content. The fonds includes numerous catalogues and promotional pamphlets from record and sheet-music publishing companies, dealers, clubs, and radio stations. Also included are books annotated by Alex Robertson in the course of his disco-graphical research. Alex Robertson's research materials on record labels and series, as well as on Montreal musical activity between 1913 and 1970 are included in the fonds. His extensive correspondence and related newsletters are included. The fonds includes photographs of Alex Robertson with his family; there is also a photograph of Alex Robertson with jazz author George Martin, and several of a reception held in his honor in the Concordia University Archives reading room in 1988.
The fonds is organized into the following series:
P0023/B Research on record labels and series
P0023/C Research on Montreal music activity
The fonds provides information on the Irish community in Montreal and on the history, activities, and operations of the St. Patrick's Society. There are no original records before 1863; they were most likely destroyed in the 1872 fire in St. Patrick’s Hall. The fonds mainly contains administrative records, minutes, correspondence, financial records, programs, photographs, press clippings, and printed materials.
The fonds is organized in the following series:
P0026/A Administrative records
P0026/C Financial records
P0026/E Printed records
St. Patrick's Society of Montreal
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 documents the mission, structure, administration, programs, activities, facilities, and evolution of the Quebec YMCA (as of 2009, Le Y du Québec) from its founding in 1854 to the late 20th century.
The records include founding documents, annual reports, committee minutes, financial statements and other financial records, employee files, files on buildings and facilities, and administrative files and correspondence relating to programs such as summer camps and courses.
The fonds also includes architectural drawings, scrapbooks of press clippings, brochures, and other promotional materials, photographs of Quebec YMCA events and activities from the late 19th century until the late 20th century, and objects such as flags, signs, plaques, pins and medals.
The fonds is organized in the following series:
P0202/1 Founding Documents, Constitution, By-Laws, Histories
P0202/2 Reports and Minutes
P0202/3 Financial Administration
P0202/4 Human Resources Administration
P0202/5 Branches, Buildings, Facilities
P0202/7 External Relations
The fonds provides information on the activities of the St. Patrick's Total Abstinence and Benevolent Society.
The fonds contains proceedings of the St. Patrick's Total Abstinence and Benevolent Society.
St. Patrick’s Total Abstinence and Benevolent Society
The O'Farrell Family fonds documents the professional and private life of the O'Farrell Family between 1877 and 1899. The fonds includes 2 ledgers outlining purchases made at the general store owned by the O'Farrell Family in Saint-Malachie, Quebec (1890-1896); 4 diaries written by Mary Bridget O'Farrell concerning the private life of the family (1898-1899); and 1 ledger (tax roll) (1877-1883) documenting taxation in the town of Saint-Malachie. Notes, correspondence, and additional pages can be found throughout the ledgers.
The O’Farrell Family fonds is divided into 2 series:
• F026/A Business records
• F026/B Personal records
The fonds documents William Stewart's early life, his family, his work as a World War II war correspondent, his later work as a journalist and executive with Canadian Press, and his activities in retirement. The fonds also documents the history of Canadian Press/La Presse Canadienne, Canadian politics, journalism, French-English relations in Canada, figures such as Roger Lemelin, J.W. Pickersgill, Claude Ryan, Clyde Gilmour, and other subjects.
The fonds includes news and feature articles by William Stewart in various forms (drafts, wire copy, clippings), correspondence received and sent, photographs, artwork, reports, newsletters, family documents, articles by other writers, and a small number of objects related to his work as a war correspondent and his later activity.
The materials are arranged in the following series:
P0195/1 Early life, family, visual art, diaries, personal documents, honors and awards
P0195/2 Correspondence with friends and colleagues
P0195/3 Canadian Press
P0195/4 Retirement, freelance activity
P0195/5 Canadian Press War Correspondents' Association
P0195/6 Canadian War Correspondents Association
P0195/7 Research materials
The fonds consists of a gold watch inscribed J.J. Curran Q.C.L.L.D. on his 40th birthday by the Irishmen of Montreal, February 22, 1882.
Curran, John Joseph
The fonds provides information on the history, structure, aims, and activities of Freemasonry and other secret organizations, with a particular focus on anglophone and francophone Freemasonry in Quebec.
The fonds includes correspondence, articles, transcripts of lectures, programs for ceremonies, minutes, membership lists, photographs, and other materials. Among the correspondence are original letters and manuscript notes dated 1913-1931 in which francophone Catholics report to the church hierarchy the names of suspected Freemasons. There are an original letter and a certificate of resignation from Freemasonry. The fonds includes a collection of objects. Their significance is explained in various works in the Masonic Collection; see below, Associated Materials.
The fonds is organized according to the following series:
P015/A Early life; Hannah family
P015/B Research on Freemasonry and other secret societies