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Academic Senate
CA ON00408 F053-F053-S01 · Series · 1989-2000
Part of Brian Nettlefold fonds

Series documents Nettlefold's involvement with Nipissing University's Academic Senate. The series mainly consists of meeting minutes, agendas, and reports of the Academic Senate and its committees.

CA ON00093 98/18-9 · Series · [1969-1971]
Part of Jean-Pierre Gagnon fonds

The series consists of Academic work written by Mr. Gagnon between 1969 and 1971. These documents are all written in French. The subject is the historiography and its problems, from a social history perspective by putting forward topics like nationalism and insurgencies. Also includes corrections notes.

Series · 1953-58
Part of Richard P. (Dick) Smith Fonds

Series consists of records documenting Richard P. (Dick) Smith's academic achievements and student life at TCS.
Included are framed photographs of the 1958 prizewinners and the 1958 Spring formal, as well as two commemorative plaques depicting the TCS crest in 1958 and in 2008.

Academy Closure
CA ON00279 F01-SF02-S004 · Series · 1980-1986
Part of Mount Saint Joseph Academy sous-fonds

Series forms part of the Mount St. Joseph Academy sous-fonds and includes correspondence, a history of the Academy, proposals and applications including a 1983 Proposal for the Establishment of a community Health Researching Institute, committee minutes, negotiation with the London Roman Catholic Secondary School Board, reports, plans, a pamphlet entitled “Waldorf: Education for Tomorrow”, and inventory lists.

Account and memoranda books
CA ON00353 AFC 405-S4 · Series · 1876-1879, 1891-1930
Part of Wawanosh, Sands, Mern Family fonds

Series consists of account and memorandum books kept by several members of the Wawanosh family including Elizabeth Wawanosh, Daniel Sands, Julia Sands and Agnes Sands. They contain information about financial transactions and short notes. One notebook kept by Julia and Agnes Sands also contains information relating to their dressmaking business such as dates of appointments, measurements and costs of supplies.

CA ON00154 2006.45-2004.2 · Series · 2002-2003
Part of ACO Port Hope Branch House Tour Papers

Series consists of documents pertaining specifically to the organization of the 2003 House Tour. It includes: "The 38th Port Hope Annual House Tour" Booklet. Properties included in the 2003 tour were 140 Yeovil Street, 254 Ridout Street "Trick House", 9 Sullivan Street, 156 Walton Street, 58 Brown Street, 43-45 Dorset Street West, 166 Dorset Street West, 188 Dorset Street West "Homewood"; Levan Hall, Trinity College School and Port Hope Town Hall 56 Queen Street. Booklet also lists sponsors for the event; Posters; Unused Draw Tickets; "Port Hope Annual House Tour" Form and Ticket; House Tour Ticket; ACO House Tour Committee Meeting Minutes, Nov 2002 to Oct 2003; Papers pertaining to the event and volunteers; and Newspaper Clippings.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, House Tour
CA ON00154 2006.45-2003.46.3 · Series · 1974-2001
Part of ACO Port Hope Branch House Tour Papers

Series consists of Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, Port Hope Branch House Tour Tickets (Jun 1974, May 1978, Sep 1979, Oct 1984, and Oct 1985 (Harvest House Tour); Brochure for the Port Hope Garden Tour, Jul 2001; and Brochure - "Historic Port Hope, 1834-1984" - 150th Anniversary of the town, containing a numbered map with descriptions on various buildings.

CA ON00154 2006.45-2014.22 · Series · 1968-2012
Part of ACO Port Hope Branch House Tour Papers

Consists of two ACO house tour pamphlets; one for 1968, the other for 2012. The following places were featured in the 1986 tour; Idalia, Dunain, Batterwood House, Durham House, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Cartwright's House, The Port Hope City Dairy, The Port Hope Town Hall, Bluestone, St. Mark's Church, Dr. and Mrs. Robert McDerment's House, Trinity College School and Port Hope's Main Street. The following were featured in the 2012 house tour; 1 Barrett Street (owners: Rod Stewart and Masumi Suzuki, Home of: Victoria Rolph) 20A Barrett Street (owners: Rod Stewart and Masumi Suzkui, home of: Helen Bone) 15 Bloomsgrove Avenue (owners: Marielle and Will Lambert), 56 Deblaquire Street North (owners: Carrol Dizenbach and Hugh Levin), 4 Ellen Street (owners: Katherine and Greg Mcharg), 55 King Street (owners: Nancy Sanderson and Michel Sylvestre), 153 King Street (owners: Laurie Carr and Julie Mavis), 98 Ontario Street - Penstowe (owners: Betty Ann and Larry Knutson), Trinity College School - Levan Hall, Trinity College School - Visual Arts Wing.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, House Tour
CA ON00154 995.6.6 · Series · 1988-1994

Series consists of minutes and other papers regarding the running of the 1988 and 1994 ACO House Tours respectively.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, House Tour
CA ON00154 995.51 · Series · 1983-2001

Series consists of House Tour information for the following properties: 65 Thomas Street, Coach House at Hill and Dale, 8 Baldwin Street, 71 Augusta Street, 59 King Street, "Muidar;" and House Tour posters from the following years: 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992, 2001.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, House Tour
CA ON00047 F0062-5 · Series · 1983- 2001
Part of AIDS Committee of Toronto fonds

The series contains records from forums, discussion groups, events and conferences that were initiated, organized, or participated in by the AIDS Committee of Toronto dating from 1983 to 2001. It includes records from ACT’s various workshops, forums and discussion groups, material pertaining to ACT’s Speaker’s Bureau, the AIDS Awareness Weeks, the Talking Sex Project and the Action Directions Conference. The series is composed of event flyers and posters, Speaker’s Bureau speeches, Speaker’s Bureau requests and AIDS Awareness Week and Action Directions Conference planning and promotional material. It also includes records from The Talking Sex Project, from project proposals, grant applications, committee minutes, surveys and questionnaires, training material, staffing records and material from the production of the Talking Sex Manual. The series contains the following subseries:

1- Speaker’s Bureau
2- AIDS Awareness Week
3- Talking Sex Project
4- ACT Forums, Workshops and Events
5- Action Directions Conference

CA ON00047 F0062-6 · Series · 1979- 2010
Part of AIDS Committee of Toronto fonds

The series contains records pertaining to the AIDS Committee of Toronto’s Resource, Access and Information Centres dating from 1983 to 2010. It is composed of administrative records from ACT’s Resource and Access Centre, including handbooks, training material, budgets, orders, subscriptions, meeting minutes and reports. It also contains reference material on a variety of subjects collected and made accessible to the public through ACT’s Information centre. These subject files are mostly composed of clippings and reports. The series contains the following subseries:

1- Resource and Access Centre
2- Information Centre Resources

CA ON00047 F0105-03 · Series · 1972- 2003
Part of Kathleen Brindley fonds

Series includes hate literature collected by Brindley as well as documents from her volunteer work.

CA ON00047 F0003-2 · Series · 1988- 2005
Part of AIDS Action Now! fonds

The series contains records that pertain to AIDS Action Now!’s activism dating from 1988 to 2005. The records reflect AAN!’s work advocating for people living with HIV/AIDS. The records relate to AAN!’s fight for access to experimental treatments, better care, up to date information, affordable treatments, and Provincial and National AIDS Strategies. Included are records that relate to the AAN! demonstrations, the development and submissions of briefs, the establishment of the Treatment Information Exchange, and meetings with politicians. It includes correspondence, flyers, briefs, press releases, and meeting minutes.

CA ON00047 F0022-1 · Series · 1973- [200-?]
Part of Tim McCaskell fonds

The series contains records relating to Tim McCaskell’s work with The Body Politic and the Right to Privacy Committee. It also includes records that reflect his involvement in various queer youth oriented events and Marxist and Trotskyist groups. The series contains correspondence, article drafts, meeting minutes, presentation notes and flyers.

CA ON00047 F0033-03 · Series · 1992- 2004
Part of Mirha-Soleil Ross fonds

This series contains records related to Ms. Ross’ activist work, focused on transexual activism, sex-work activism, HIV, and animal rights, along with the intersections between these issues. Some organizational records are including Association des TS du Québec, The National Committee on TS, Prostitution HIV, and Meal Trans (run out of the 519 community centre). The records span both activist and more service-oriented community work, including records related to community workshops Ms. Ross conducted on trans representation, and for trans women using the shelter system in Toronto.