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CA ON00093 73/251 · Fonds · 1964

Fonds consists of a report by the Ad Hoc Working Group on Naval Programmes and entitled “Study on Size and Shape of Royal Canadian Navy 1964-1974”. The purpose of the report was to study and report on the size and shape of the RCN over the next five to ten years. The report was prepared at the direction of the Chief of Naval Staff who instructed the Group that the aim of the Navy was to be primarily effective for anti-submarine warfare and to also have a capability for United Nations peacekeeping operations and limited war.

Canada. Dept. of National Defence. Ad Hoc Working Group on Naval Programmes
Adam Hope fonds
CA ON00009 F 484 · Fonds · 1837-1878

Fonds consists of the personal correspondence of Adam Hope with his family in Fenton Barns, Scotland. Correspondents include his father, Robert Hope, and brothers, George and Charles Hope. References made include: family life, politics, climate, Highland settlers, business affairs as well as agriculture in both Upper Canada and Scotland.

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Hope, Adam, fl. 1841-1878
Adam Lillie fonds
CA ON00340 F3296 · Fonds · 1827

Fonds consists of photocopies of correspondence with the London Missionary Society.

Lillie, Adam, 1803-1869
Adam Shortt fonds
CA ON00239 2147 · Fonds · 1879-1931

The fonds consists of correspondence, articles, diaries, subject files, news clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, manuscript notes and notebooks. Adam Shortt's involvement with Queen's University, his work as Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, his work as first Chairman of the Board of Historical Publications of the Public Archives, his active career as a public speaker, and his creative output are all reflected in the papers. There is also a large series of autographs that Shortt collected over the course of his life.

Shortt, Adam, 1859-1931
ON00098 MG9 A85 · Collection
Esquesing Historical Society