Series consists of visitor maps of Burlington; advertisements and manuals for appliances, furniture, and Mack trucks; Burlington Centennial promotional material; concrete industry-related magazines and articles; and invitations and greeting cards. Series includes a Hamilton Forum program, 1961; a history of St. Matthew’s Church, 1951; and a historic tour of Aldershot, 2002.
The fonds consists of personal papers and correspondence related to his Rotary years and researches, research material on Adam Fergusson, the Fergusson family and Woodhill, the Fergusson family home, as well as other material with some relationship to Fergusson or his family members. The fonds has been divided into three series: Personal papers, Adam Fergusson research and General research. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Personal papers (1959-2004) Adam Fergusson research (ca. 1840-2001) General research (1960-2004) Woodhill research (1930-2006). Within the Adam Fergusson research there are a number of loose newspaper clippings dated 1950-1960.
The fonds consists of correspondence, publications, university material, diaries, personal records and other material produced and accumulated by Flora Roy. It is arranged in the following series: Courses; University affairs; University events; Correspondence; Personal; Creative works : published and unpublished; Works by Dr. Roy; University; Local history; Personal interest file; Recollections; Additional deposits.
Fonds consists of the records of the Department of Surgery of Women's College Hospital dating from 1977-2001. Fonds consists of departmental annual reports, reviews, strategic planning reports, patient education pamphlets and electronic disks containing the general department files. Fonds is comprised of the following series: SUR-1 Department of Surgery annual reports SUR-2 Department of Surgery reviews SUR-3 Department of Surgery strategic plans SUR-4 Surgical patient education pamphlets SUR-5 Department of Surgery electronic general files SUR-6 Records of S&W Department of Surgery
Fonds consists of the records of the Division of Dermatology of Women's College Hospital dating from 1972-2001 and primarily contains material related to the establishment of the Phototherapy Education and Research Centre (PERC), the Program for Occupational Skin Health (POSH), and the Ricky Kanee Schachter Dermatology Centre. Fonds contains proposals, application forms, reports, correspondence, budget information, program brochures, vhs video cassette tapes, and newspaper clippings. Fonds is comprised of the following series: DER-1 Records of the Phototherapy Education and Research Centre (PERC) DER-2 Records of the Program for Occupational Skin Health (POSH) DER-3 Records of the Dr. Ricky Kanee Schachter Dermatology Centre
Fonds contains the records of the Department of Emergency Medicine of Women's College Hospital from 1978 to 1992. Fonds consists of minutes, reports, departmental manuals, correspondence, reports and a departmental review. Records document the development of the Department of Emergency Medicine and the transition from an Emergency Department to an Urgent Care Centre. Fonds is comprised of the following series: EME-1 Records of the Ad Hoc Emergency Committee EME-2 Records of the Emergency Department External Review Committee EME-3 Department of Emergency Medicine 10-year review EME-4 Department of Emergency Medicine manuals
Women's College Hospital. Department of Emergency Medicine
Fonds consists of the records of the Department of Family and Community Medicine of Women's College Hospital dating from 1976-1999. Fonds consists of minutes, departmental memos, strategic planning reports, an orientation manual and patient education pamphlets. Fonds is comprised of the following series: FAM-1 Planning sub-committee minutes FAM-2 Business meeting minutes FAM-3 Long range planning reports FAM-4 Obstetrical services orientation material FAM-5 Family Practice Health Centre patient information pamphlets
Women's College Hospital. Department of Family and Community Medicine
The fonds consists of minute books, treasurers reports, membership lists, lists of speakers and programmes, listings of books circulated, scrapbooks and photographs. There is one wooden plaque, presented to “Arts & Letters Club” on the occasion of the Incorporation of the City of Burlington, January 1, 1974.
The collection consists of photographs; scrapbooks of correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings; monographs; poetry and prose; biographical information; and other material complied by and about Emily Stowe and Augusta Stowe Gullen. Material relates to their personal and professional lives, and the suffrage movement.