One image of four actors from the St. Louis Club of Ste. Anne des Pins Church posing for a promotional photograph on stage at Ste. Anne's Hall in Sudbury, Ontario. The actors are, from left to right, Adelard La Jeunesse, Gisele Schnupp, Raoul Lanthier and Meriza Pilon.
One image of a local brass band, including George Gibson (aka Gibby Gibson) playing the trombone (back row, second from left) performing on a make-shift stage. A jukebox can be seen in the background and a "POSITIVELY NO SMOKING ON STAGE" sign hangs above the door.
One image of Mrs. H. Kilpatrick's Kindergarten class performing for their mothers as the "Rhythm Band" at their annual Christmas Party. In the back row, from left to right, are Roy Hood, Catherine Cressey, Mitchell Wolrich, Patsy Ruddy, Ronny Bauslaugh and Bobby Savage. In the front row, from left to right, are Jane MacDowall, Fred Salsbury, Beverley McGinnis, Garry Martin, Deanna Strugness, Andy Grant and Scott Maitland.
This series contains records related to the residence of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph located at 485 Windermere Road, London, Ont. The main topics are the design, and construction of the new building, its stained glass and metal artwork, public education efforts concerning the environmental features of the residence, the Sisters’ planning to move into the building, and the on-going administrative and community work of the Sisters.
A large collection of photographs shows the demolition of the old Medaille Retreat House and all phases of the construction of the new building. Information about the LEED environmental features of the residence are outlined in pamphlets, photographs, magazine and newspaper articles, event programs, and a CD-ROM Power-Point presentation. Brochures, flyers, and the scripts used by facility tour guides as part of the public education program provide detailed insight into the green features of the new building.
The series contains a copy of the Spring, 2013 issue of Stained Glass, Journal of the Stained Glass Association of America which has photographs and information about the stained glass mural commissioned for the Chapel entitled “Life Itself -That All May Be One” created by Ted Goodden. A sketchbook of drawings by Ron Milton used in the creation of the metalwork panels depicting fauna of the area which adorns the main foyer, and a magazine article profiling the artist are included in this series. A short description of the reconstruction of, and the features of the Casavant organ at 485 Windermere is contained in the series. Event programs and speaking notes prepared for the sod turning, land and building blessing ceremonies and the grand opening are included. Ancillary administrative matters related to the sale of the old Mount St. Joseph facility and its conversion to a retirement residence, and the granting of an exemption from taxation for municipal and school purposes are outlined in news clippings. The series contains is a 2010 study prepared for the Sisters by Deloitte, detailing demographic and financial projections, and recommendations to sustain financial support for the operation of the residence and the provision of needs-based care, assisted living, and hospice services to the Sisters. Minutes, email correspondence, and records of the Suites committee, deal with recommendations for facility uses, room allocation, the rental of surplus suites, and the need for additional staff to oversee administrative matters related to the suites. There are a few issues of a 2013 bulletin entitled London Neighbourhood Update. The bulletin provides information about administrative issues of concern to the Sisters, news from the Congregational Leadership Circle, special events, and accounts of the activities of individual Sisters. The bulletin refers to progress on the hospice project which resulted in the establishment of a hospice administered by a separate entity on the north and east wings of the third floor of the residence some time after the Sisters moved into the residence.
The records include a news release announcing educational bursaries for sole support mothers attending Brescia University College and Fanshawe College. News clippings report the end of the Sisters’ involvement in the governance of St. Joseph’s Health Care after 120 years, and the release of a commemorative book entitled Sister: The History of the Sisters of St. Joseph, of London published by St. Joseph’s Health Care. There is a collection of photographs of children engaged in planting trees at 485 Windermere as part of an Upper Thames Conservation initiative. A brochure advertising the cost of room and board at the residence for retreat days, week-long retreats, and companion retreats is included.
A press release sets out details of the Sisters of St. Joseph educational scholarship program, and news clippings report on the concerts performed by the Intergenerational Choir comprised of Sisters and local high-school students. Event brochures detail staff service award celebrations and an anniversary dinner celebrating the founding of the Sisters of St. Joseph. There is a collection of photographs of Sisters during taken during the 140th the anniversary dinner of the Sisters in 2008.Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada (London, Ont.)
Fonds consists of manuscript and typescript copies of Adele Wiseman's work, clippings and reviews pertaining to her books, personal and business correspondence, financial records, photographs, subject files and manuscripts of work by others and other material pertaining to her career as a writer, teacher and social worker. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Writing files Business correspondence Wiseman family files General correspondence Financial records Subject files Works by others Academic and teaching files Journals, notebooks and address books Loons files Audio-visual recordsWiseman, Adele, 1928-1992
Fonds consists of drawings, watercolours and designs of A. H. Howard produced in Toronto between 1880 and 1914, especially in the sketchbooks in which Howard drew Ontario landscapes and towns, flowers, trees, human figures, factory interiors and other subjects. Similar drawings and watercolours are contained in two albums and a portfolio. Also included are examples of his decorative and calligraphic work from illuminated presentation addresses, certificates, bookplates and other materials.
- Portfolio and albums
- Decorative designs and drawings
Includes approximately 35 drafts and copies of poems, fragments, essays, and one television script.
Fonds consists of copies of published and unpublished papers, journal articles, conference papers and reviews written by Lessem, course material, a copy of his M.Litt thesis, "The Style and Structure of Frescobaldi's Keyboard Ricercari and Fantasias", and other material that documents his career as an academic.Lessem, Alan Philip, 1940-1991
Fonds consists of records documenting the writing, editing, publication and promotion of Alison Pick's poetry and novels, particularly "Far to go." These records include draft manuscripts, galley proofs, notes, notebooks, correspondence, photographs, day planners, literary publications, journals and memorabilia. Fonds is arranged into several series.Pick, Alison, 1975-
File consists of documents related to the American Wind Symphony Orchestra event held during Port Hope Sesquicentennial celebrations, 1984. It includes: Posters; Correspondence; Meeting Agendas; Itineraries; Media Coverage.Port Hope Sesquicentennial Planning Committee
An umbrella organization for Finnish male choruses in North America.
The records relate to the organization's administration and finances, and to major events including nine performing tours of Finland and performances in North America.
Member choirs have included:
Chicago: Sibelius Male Chorus
Detroit: Finlandia Male Chorus
Florida: Male Singers of Florida
Los Angeles: Finnish Male Chorus
New York: New Yorkin Laulumiehet
Sault Ste Marie: Sault Finnish Male Chorus "Kaleva"
Sudbury: Sudburyn Laulumiehet
Thunder Bay: Mieskuoro Otava Male Choir
Toronto: Toronton Mieslaulajat
Vancouver: Vancouverin Mieslaulajat
The fonds documents Andrew Tomcik's career as a professor, graphics designer and consultant. It includes correspondence, writings, design examples, design work and posters created by Tomcik for corporate clients and York University, such as silkscreen and lithographic pieces. Also included are prints, notes, clippings, conference material, student projects, teaching files for his history of design course, design books and magazines.Tomcik, Andrew
Letters, receipts, copybooks, songbooks and various ephemera relating to John Archer and his family. 16cm.
The papers consist of four series.
Series A: Archer family letters, most with stamped envelopes (1833-1856), Confederate money (1864) Files 1-17.
Series B: Philatelic collection, originals and xerox. (1884-1930). Many local businesses represented on envelope covers. Files 18-19B.
Series C: Receipts, invoices and deeds relating to the Archer and Breckenridge families. (1839-1930). Files 20-31.
Series D: Poetry and various other ephemera. (1793-1936). Songbooks and copybooks being the oldest in this series (1793-1837). Files 32-46.Archer, John
Series consists of six (6) items from the Art Gallery of Northumberland. (1) Art Gallery of Northumberland Advance Schedule of Exhibitions - September 1990-April 1991) (2) Art Gallery of Northumberland Trash and Treasures Sale (9 May ?) advertisement (3) Invitation to attend the opening of "The Romantic Landscape Now" exhibit at the Northumberland Gallery (4) Northumberland Art Gallery Newsletter featuring articles on The Heritage Amateur Radio Club, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Joseph Thomas Rolph, Lectures, Docent News, Cobourg Waterfront Festival of Arts, Crafts and Music, Waterfront Festival Poster, Studio '87 Summer Art Workshops for Children, Summer Art Workshops for Adults, 10th Annual Regional Juried Exhibition, Art News, new board trustees, lapsed members, prominent citizens, car raffle, volunteer appreciation supper and bus trip to Montreal (5) Newsletter from the Art Gallery of Northumberland featuring the following articles: Exhibitions, The Harbours of Cobourg and Port Hope, The Buildings of Cobourg and Port Hope, Northumberland Community Collects, Activities at the Gallery, Gallery News, Cultural Centre, Artist News and members. (6) A Newsletter from the Art Gallery of Northumberland featuring the following articles: Exhibitions, From the Curators Desk, Activities at the Gallery, Gallery News, Board of Trustees, Little Shop of Horrors, New faces at the Gallery, Volunteer Alert, artist news and members. There is also an insert titled Perceptions of Moms in the Workplace.Long, Norman Thomas
Fonds consists of the records of Art Group '59, an unincorporated club with a constitution, operating from 1959 to 1977. Membership was primarily from the traditional boundaries of Brampton, but also areas beyond including Bramalea.Art Group '59
Series consists of Jean Augustine's collections of artwork, portraits, posters, social activist and political buttons and pins, campaign promotional material and other three dimensional items and ephemera accumulated during her professional life. Item lists are available upon request.Augustine, Jean
This series contains artwork done by Sister Mary Anthony Hartleib. There are paintings, prints including one that is batik, sketches, print blocks, a copper engraving, a high school crest, proofs and final versions of memorial cards, along with a prayer and maxim cards. The subject matter of the artwork includes religious subjects like the Magdalene, Jesus Christ and the Crucifixion as well as natural subjects including landscapes, birds and flowers
The fonds consists of documents pertaining to the Association of Cultural Executives such as letters patent, minutes and by-laws, correspondence and papers, financial records, reports, and printed material.Association of Cultural Executives
File consists of various audio-visual research materials used by S. Peacock in the creation of "The Great Farini," c. 1980s. It includes: eighteen (18) Cassette tape interviews, including Dr. Gordon Brown, circus historian; and one (1) VHS copy of "Dangerous Dreams The Life of the Great Farini."Peacock, Shane
Fonds consists of business records of The Isaacs Gallery (TIG) (1942-1991), consisting of correspondence, exhibition catalogues, mailings and financial records (1984-1986); artist files (1961-1988), consisting of correspondence, biographical sketches, press clippings, and other material relating to artists represented by Isaacs (e.g., Dennis Burton, Graham Coughtry, William Kurelek, Michael Snow and Joyce Wieland) and some who were not represented by him; artist portfolio files (1955-1988), consisting of press clippings and catalogues of their works; and promotional files (ca. 1960-1989) relating to the Isaacs Gallery.Isaacs, Avrom, 1926-