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              68 Archival description results for Montreal

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              Al Palmer fonds
              P084 · Fonds · [19--] ; 1936-1971

              The Al Palmer Fonds provides information on Montreal and other cities, as gathered by Al Palmer through his journalistic career between 1940 and 1971.

              The fonds includes thematic files on people and topics that Al Palmer covered in his columns and police chronicles. It contains notes, copies of court records, clippings, programs, brochures, and photographs.

              Palmer, Alan Douglas
              Corridart collection
              P119 · Collection · 1976-1981

              The collection consists of materials assembled by the plaintiffs' lawyers and deposited with the Quebec Superior Court in connection with the Corridart case. The collection documents the conception and execution of Corridart, as well as its abrupt dismantling and the legal proceedings that followed. There are materials related to the careers of the artists who participated in the court case, and information about related legal precedents.

              The collection includes an inventory by Melvin Charney of the sites along Sherbrooke Street, explaining the conception of Corridart as a rue-musée qu'on visite à pied. There is also a comprehensive set of photographs of Corridart, documenting the common elements (the continuous assemblage), as well as the works exhibited along Sherbrooke Street, the panels of text, and the sites of activities. These photographs trace the entire Corridart route from east to west. There are photographs documenting the dismantling. Others show impounded works and several illustrate damage to works. The collection includes project proposals, planning documents, contracts between artists and COJO, correspondence, articles from legal journals, reports of meetings, blueprints, and sketches. There are also artists' curricula vitae, photographs, brochures, and other documents related to the artists' careers that were assembled to establish their status as professional artists.

              The collection is arranged into the following two series:

              P0119/1 Textual and related documents
              P0119/2 Photographs of Corridart installations

              Corridart dans la rue Sherbrooke
              Department of Athletics
              I0034.01 · Subfonds · 1901-1975

              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
              I034.1/5110 Planning
              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
              Grant Family fonds
              F010 · Fonds · 1796-1933

              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/B. Correspondence
              F010/C. Financial records
              F010/D. Instructional records
              F010/E. Objects
              F010/F. Victoria Toll Bar

              Grant family
              Group at Loyola
              P0049-02-01 · Item · 1914
              Part of James J. McGarry, S.J. fonds

              Group of people at Loyola, 68 Drummond street, Montreal.
              Left to right: W. Miller, E. Callery, Spike O'Flaherty, G. Murphy, J. Tellier, G. McGary s.j., C. Phelan, F. Moore, C. Carpenter, F. Grant, B. Kelly, A. Weitekamp.

              Hall Building
              I0002-02-1294 · Item · [November 29, 1963]
              Part of Public Relations Department fonds

              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.