File includes an annotated photocopy of the Sudbury Journal, August 1891 to May 1918 Index Compiled by John Rowan 1970, and typed and handwritten notes covering such topics as Copper Cliff, the railway, 'Duchy of Cleveland' capitalists in Sudbury, Morallity with Opium & Women, Sinclair Suicide, Copper Cliff Hotels, Chinese Laundry, 'Dawn of New Era' Sudbury, Electric Railway, Ethnic Violence, the King Edward Hotel, Immigration into Ontario, and INCO.
Fonds consists of personal and professional records of Canadian painter Jack Bush, created chiefly in Toronto during the 1930s to 1970s: his personal diaries; record books containing notes on his paintings; photographs (slides, transparencies, negatives and prints) largely of his paintings but also of his studio, exhibit installations and other subjects; with scrapbooks of newspaper and magazine clippings about the artist, exhibition notices, examples of his commercial art, and further records of his paintings. Contains series:
File consists of a photocopy of a photograph of A.P. Turner, photocopies of letters, sections of books, and articles, and typed quotes regarding Almond Penfield Turner from The Globe, The Toronto Daily Star, and The Evening Telegram. Photocopies include a letter from W. A. Hooker to Charles W. Bingham in 1886, sections from the Ontario Smelting Works Letter Book, the Courier Christmas Number, Selected sections of The Mining and Smelting Operations of the International Nickel Company of Canada Limited written by the staff in March 1920, selected sections of The Mond Nickel Company Limited, selected sections of History of Nickel Extraction From Sudbury Ores Part I 1846-1920 Part II 1921-1956 Prepared by the Research Library The International Nickel Company of Canada, Limited May 1956, and selected sections of The First 75 Years A Headline History of Sudbury Canada By Charles Dorian.
Series consists of nine typed newsletters mailed to Dorothy Pattison and sixteen copies of a gestetner typed newsletter. Early newsletters were written by club founder Jean Narozanski and, in 1977, became the responsibility of the Vice-Chairman. Other board members also occationally contributed. Newsletters discuss upcoming events of the garden club, changes in board members, and gardening tips.