The sous-fonds consists of records kept by Sister Mary Anthony Hartleib, the majority of which are about her artwork. The records include sale agreements, publications, and thank-you letters from groups that received her icons. Also included in the sous-fonds are some of her original artworks as well as photographic reproductions of artworks that may or may not be held in the Archives. The sous-fonds also consists of speeches and presentations written by Sister Mary Anthony, and certificates and records of graduation.
Sous-fonds consists of artwork created by Sister Marie Celine Janisse, including pencil sketches and originals and prints of watercolour paintings. There is also personal correspondence, poetry, journal entries, and reflections, written both during and after her missions in Peru and Nicaragua. There are photographs, the majority in albums, of Sister Marie Celine’s artwork and of the Sisters with whom she worked. There is also a journal kept by Sister Marie Celine during a trip to the Holy Land.
This series contains pencil sketches, a textile wall hanging, watercolour originals and prints created by Sister Marie Celine Janisse while on religious missions in Arequipa and Cusco [Cuzco], Peru. A binder contains various souvenirs and photographs of artwork completed at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana and the Institute of Pedagogy, Montreal. There is also an album of photo cards, many created by Sr. Marie Celine. The series also contains a clay crucifix hand-made by Sr. Marie Celine.
This fonds consists of Vesey Brown’s medical education and military certificates and personal correspondence, as well as material relating to Brown and Masingberd family property in London and Morpeth, Ontario. Majority of fonds consists of Series 4 that is Brown's work as watercolour artist, mainly depicting London, Port Stanley and Elgin County.
Sous-fonds contains material created by the Ronalds family and William Robertson between 1770-1890. The Ronalds Family materials include correspondence to and from family members, diaries, account books, as well as estate documents pertaining to estates both in America and in Canada. The sous-fonds also contains material created by William Robertson including correspondence, legal documents and estate documents.
The drawings were made during family counselling sessions held by Françoise Roy in late 1970s, early 1980s. She also taught special education at CEGEP La Pocatière in Quebec. She gifted them to Léo Beaulieu in 2003. Léo was one of her college students around the time these drawings were made.