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A. G. Chisholm

  • RC0125
  • Fondo
  • 1892-1948

The fonds consists of Chisholm’s correspondence and legal documents he filed on behalf of the Six Nations. His correspondents included: two lawyers who acted as his agents in Ottawa; many Six Nations councillors; Government ministers; and archivists. The legal documents he filed include Statements, Memorandums and Petitions of Right. There are also copies of many documents that he researched in order to establish the historical record. These copies date back to 1763.

Chisholm, A. G.

Curvd H&z Press fonds

  • RC0126
  • Fondo
  • 1979-1999

The fonds consists of printed and signed ephemera issued in various series. A few leaflets and pamphlets were issued in the preliminary or "Zero Series", most of them in extremely limited runs (as few as five in some cases). The main series also began in 1979, and as of mid-1983 the press had issued over 200 items. The majority of these are small in format and the runs vary from 25 to 200. Most are printed with rubber stamps, but typesetting and photocopying are also used occasionally. There have been many accruals to the fonds, beginning in 1983 and ending in 2000.

Curvd H&z Press

Copp Clark Company fonds

  • RC0127
  • Fondo
  • 1856-1993

Researchers should note that the fonds is fragmentary and incomplete, focusing primarily on the business side of the company’s activities.

Copp Clark Company

Christopher Levenson fonds

  • RC0128
  • Fondo
  • 1944-2017

There have been seven accruals. The first accrual consists of: manuscripts and typescripts of some published works; literary correspondence; and typescripts and related correspondence pertaining to specific poetry. It is divided into two series: manuscripts and typescripts; and literary correspondence, which is divided into two subseries (correspondence relating to individual poetry books; and general literary correspondence). The second accrual consists correspondence and manuscripts arranged into three series: Harbinger Poetry, the Literary Review of Canada and Levenson's collected poems. The third accrual consists of four series: collected poems; manuscripts and typescripts; other literary activities; correspondence. The fourth accrual consists of four series: manuscripts, collected poems, sound recording, personal and literary correspondence. The fifth accrual consists of three series: writings, correspondence, and other work. The sixth accrual contains writing and correspondence. The seventh accrual consists of the collected poems for Levenson's thirteenth volume of poetry, as well as correspondence, recordings, and teaching material. The eighth accrual consists of the collected poems for Levenson's fourteenth volume poetry, correspondence, recordings, reviews.

Levenson, Christopher

Murray Thomson fonds

  • RC0129
  • Fondo
  • 1941-2011

Titles of series (with the exception of 22 and 23) are derived from chapter headings used by Thomson for a proposed autobiography for which the materials were gathered. Series 22 has been created by the archivist to contain all the correspondence to and from David Smith. Series 23 has been created to house audio-visual material in one place. The series are as follows: University Days and R.C.A.F.; Adult Education in Saskatchewan; UNESCO International Institute for Child Study; Quaker Conferences in Southern Asia; Peace Education and the CFSC in Canada; International Development: CUSO, Thailand and Canada; Canadian Council for International Cooperation; The Group of 78; Project Ploughshares; The UNSSODS I-II and World Disarmament Campaign; Peace Brigades International; Canadian Seniors for Social Responsibility; Religions for Peace (WCRP); International Council for Adult Education; Peace Fund Canada; Canadian Friends of Burma; Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee; Nonviolent Peace Force (Canada); Nuclear Disarmament and a Culture of Peace; Make Room for Peace (In the War Museum); Canadians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention; Correspondence with David Smith and Audio-visual.

Thomson, Murray

Henry George Thode fonds

  • RC0130
  • Fondo
  • 1932-1996

There have been two accruals. The first accrual (24-1997) consists of nine series: National Research Council/Atomic Energy Canada Limited; McMaster University; Nuclear reactor and Nuclear Activation Services; experiments and research; correspondence; conferences and lectures; Thode's publications; biographical material and reprints. Fonds includes: 11 figures, 4 certificates, 2 posters, 17 maps, ca. 209 photographs, ca. 60 negatives and ca. 550 slides. There is material contained within this fonds which came from the papers of two individuals who worked very closely with Thode, Dr. Jan Monster and Dr. C.E. Rees. Both men were colleagues who co-authored a number of publications and participated in a number of joint studies with Thode. Dr. Charles Edward Rees died while at McMaster, and it would appear that Dr. Thode assumed control of his papers. Dr. Rees's papers were discovered within the accession. Most of his papers were deemed to have no permanent archival value, but those that were linked closely with Dr. Thode remain in the fonds where appropriate. Dr. Jan Monster was a long-time research associate. Thode supervised and oversaw much of Monster's work. The funding for Dr. Monster's position ended in the mid to late 1980s. Dr. Thode assumed control of many of the projects being worked on by Dr. Monster. This can be seen in the fonds with the inclusion of the Monster Reports within the experiments and research series. The second accrual (40-2007) consists of Thode's many awards, a collection of stamps from the Soviet Union, and a plaque issued by Yorkton, Saskatchewan in 1909 to its mayor.

Thode, Henry George

Arthur N. Bourns fonds

  • RC0131
  • Fondo
  • 1947-1972

The fonds consists predominantly of correspondence.

Bourns, Arthur N.

Gisela Commanda

  • RC0132
  • Fondo
  • 1937-1993

Commanda, Gisela

Trotter family fonds

  • RC0133
  • Fondo
  • 1874-1988

There have been three accruals. The first (29-2004) consists of two series: correspondence and documents and Reginald Trotter. The second (07-2005) consists of three series: Reginald Trotter’s diaries; Marjorie and Frances Trotter’s diary and printed material. The third (01-2009) consists of four series: Reginald Trotter, Thomas Trotter, Elle Maud Trotter and Marjorie and Francis Trotter.

Trotter family

Canadian Union of Public Employees. Local 5167 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds

  • RC0135
  • Fondo
  • 1990-2007

There have been two accruals. The first accrual contains material from before the merger of the two locals and after the merger. The second accrual consists of correspondence, reports, and printed materials.

Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 5167 (Hamilton, ON)

Boyd Neel fonds

  • RC0136
  • Fondo
  • 1929-1981

The fonds consists of programmes, correspondence, including letters from Arnold Bax, Adrian Boult, Benjamin Britten, Robertson Davies, Laurence Olivier, Peter Pears, Ralph Vaughan Williams, typescripts, page proofs of The Story of an Orchestra (1950), published articles, news clippings, scrapbooks and photographs.

Neel, Boyd

Peace Brigades International fonds

  • RC0137
  • Fondo
  • 1972-2001

The fonds consists of administrative records: correspondence, minutes, reports, circulars, news letters and published materials. There have been nine accruals and one addendum.
Please note: there is additional material that is still unprocessed.

Peace Brigades International

Charles Hamilton Mitchell fonds

  • RC0138
  • Fondo
  • 1914-1959

The fonds consists of two accruals which have been combined. It contains primarily material dating from or related to Mitchell’s World War I military service. The bulk of the material includes correspondence to family, friends, and associates during the period of the war, and memorabilia collected during Mitchell’s travels as an intelligence officer. The latter includes intelligence related material, such as maps, orders, reports and dispatches.

Mitchell himself organized much of his correspondence and memorabilia into nine letter books and four scrapbooks. Letter books largely contain personal letters to family members and scrapbooks contain military memorabilia such as cards and army ephemera, as well as photographs, some correspondence, and intelligence material, often pertaining to the country in which Mitchell was serving at the time.

Mitchell, Charles Hamilton

Harold and Grace Leather fonds

  • RC0139
  • Fondo
  • 1793-1978

There have been three accruals. The first accrual, which consisted of photographic slides and camera equipment, was deacessioned in July 2008. The second accrual (28-1996, 32-1996) measures 1 m, and is arranged into the following series: personal correspondence; legal correspondence and documents; Canadian Red Cross society; Samuel B. Freeman scrapbooks; memorabilia; certificates and awards; photographs and albums. It includes legal correspondence relating to the family property on 341 James St. South. The third accrual (29-1998) measures 3 cm and consists of correspondence, news clippings and a photograph.

Leather, Grace

Edwin Leather fonds

  • RC0140
  • Fondo
  • 1879-2005

Fonds consists of ten accruals. The first accrual (28-1996; 32-1996) measures 1.8 m, and has been arranged into the following series: manuscripts, speeches and miscellaneous; certificates and awards; photographs and albums; newspaper clippings and journals; sound recordings. It includes correspondence, an appointment book, and family history research materials The second accrual (12-1998) measures 32 cm, and has been arranged into the following series: speeches, correspondence; political files; news clippings. The third accrual (29-1998) measures 1.7 m, and has been arranged into the following series and sub-series: correspondence (congratulatory, family, general, gubernatorial, literary, political, and research); manuscripts and typescripts (autobiographical, books, broadcast scripts, lay sermons, newspaper columns, novels, poetry, screen plays, speeches, stories, uncategorized); printed materials (military reports, news clippings including reviews of his works, programs, stamp covers); photographs; sound recordings. The fourth accrual (39-1999 and 41-2000) measures 20 cm, and has been arranged into the following series: correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts, and printed materials and photographs. The fifth accrual (11-2001) measures 12.5 cm and consists of audio cassettes, a speech typescript and a colour photograph. This sixth accrual (12-2002) measures 6cm and has been arranged in two series: correspondence; typescripts, programs, photographs and printed materials. The seventh accrual (15-2002) measures 5.5 cm and consists of two guest books and photographs of certificates. The eighth accrual (30-2002) measures 10 cm and consists of printed material and two photograph albums. The ninth accrual (14-2003) consists of three issues of Leather Lines: The Journal of the Leather Familty History Society. The tenth accrual (5-2005) measures 12.5 cm and consists of correspondence, honorary awards, and his death certificate and funeral services.

Leather, Edwin

Bernard Freeman Trotter fonds

  • RC0141
  • Fondo
  • 1883-1945

The fonds consists of correspondence, manuscripts, a presentation copy of A Canadian Twilight, and printed material, as well as additional material related to Trotter.

Trotter, Bernard Freeman

Jackie Washington fonds

  • RC0143
  • Fondo
  • 189?-2009

The fonds consists of extensive photographs and textual, audio and audio visual materials. It also contains realia including trophies and honours, such a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Hamilton Music Awards and even some of Washington’s hats.

Washington, Jackie

Antonio D'Alfonso fonds

  • RC0144
  • Fondo
  • 1968-2015

The fonds consists material related to D'Alfonso's literary career.

D'Alfonso, Antonio

Pacifist Pamphlets collection

  • RC0145
  • Colección
  • 1900-1994

This collection of pacifist pamphlets also contains some correspondence (carbon typescripts), mimeographed agendas and minutes, newsletters, books and other materials. The majority of the materials are British. There are also some American, Dutch, and Canadian items. Publications by the Fellowship of Reconciliation and the Society of Friends form the two largest groupings in the collection.

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