• Ambrotype of horse drawn buggy in front of the American Falls, c. 1850

      Cameron, Chantal (2022-04-13)
      A large ambrotype of a horse drawn buggy at the American Falls, c. 1850. There are two women and a man seated in the buggy, and two men standing in front of the buggy.
    • Ambrotype of two men sitting on a bench at Table Rock near the Horseshoe Falls, ca. 1860.

      Cameron, Chantal (2017-08-09)
      An ambrotype of two men sitting on a bench at Table Rock near the Horseshoe Falls, ca. 1860.
    • Anarchist Communist Federation (North American) Internal Discussion Bulletin, 1978-1979

      Adams, Anne (2019-08-12)
      Nine copies of the Anarchist Communist Federation (North American) Internal Discussion Bulletin including: Vol.1 no. 7-9, no. 11-12 and vol. 2 no.1-4.
    • Ancaster Treason Trials proceedings, 1814 [photocopy]

      Williams, Edie (1814)
      15 pages of reports ; photocopy from originals held by the Archives of Ontario : RG 22-134 Ancaster Treason Trials, Volume 4, pp. 153-157.
    • Andrew Bloomfield collection, 2006-2012

      Cameron, Chantal (2013-10-17)
      The collection consists of five books and one music score. Four of the books are authored or edited by Andrew Bloomfield. The titles are In My Mind: Thoughts and Words of Andrew Bloomfield, 2000-2006; Odyssey: ten years of a good whole life in my own home, 2008; Bridges-Over-Barriers: In Our Own Words, 2010; Bridges over Barriers in My Life with Autism, 2011; Creating a Home and Good Life of My Own: Formal agreements developed by Guelph Services for the Autistic in its role as a housing trust, 2012, written by Elizabeth and Gerald Bloomfield; and Bridges Song of Hope, 2012 [music score], composed by Leah Hewitt, with lyrics by Andrew Bloomfield.
    • Andrew Jackson fonds, 1921-2007, n.d.

      Cameron, Chantal (2021-11-30)
      Fonds contains material acquired and created by Andrew Jackson, especially during the time he worked for the Canadian Labour Congress (1989-2012). Issues covered include women’s rights, aboriginal rights, healthcare, social and economic policy, and the Canadian Constitution (especially the Meech Lake Accord).
    • Ann Eliza Hepburne Rooth fonds, 1837-1897

      Cameron, Chantal (2014-07-04)
      Fonds consists of a friendship album and a scrapbook. The friendship album contains poems, letters, illustrations, soldiers autographs and some clippings, dated from 1837-1897. Some names of those who contributed to the album include Eliza’s husband William Anthony Rooth, Thomas Cummings, George Conventry, M.M. Johnson, Robert Nelles, Oliver T. Macklem, Thomas Macklem, and L.D. Raymond. There are also autographs of soldiers from the Trinity College Rifles, Toronto, dated 1866. The Trinity College Rifles fought in the Battle of Ridgeway during the Fenian Raid of June, 1866, and were possibly billeted with the Rooth family in Port Colborne. Soldiers from the 13th Battalion, Hamilton, also signed the book, with the entry dated June 18, 1866. There are also signatures of A.K. Scholfield and H. Scholfield, W.C.F. [Welland Canal Field] Battery. The scrapbook is dated 1872 and contains clippings from publications such as Harper’s weekly, the London Illustrated news, and Frank Leslie’s Illustrated newspaper. Most of the clippings are illustrations, with some poems and articles, as well as editorial cartoons. Most of the material concerns world politics and events. However, the last two pages of the scrapbook contain obituaries of local citizens, including Thomas Clark Street, William Macklem, Edward Lee, Richard Hiscotte, and J.C. Woodruff. Other local items of interest include illustrations and descriptions of Niagara Falls (including a poem by George Coventry); a sketch of Queenston in 1812 and one of Brock’s monument, 1860; an article about Sir Allan Napier McNab; an obituary of Col.Thomas Adams, paymaster on the Welland Canal; an article on a fundraiser for St. James Church, Port Colborne; a programme of the reception of the Prince of Wales through Drummondville and Queenston Heights, 1860; and a description of a vessel going over Niagara Falls, 1827. It is unclear whether the scrapbook was kept by Ann Eliza Hepburne Rooth, or one of her daughters. Loose items enclosed in the scrapbook include several posters, assorted clippings, and a copy of the Port Colborne Messenger, dated July 4, 1866. One of the posters is an advertisement for the Peach Festival at St. James Church in Port Colborne, dated September 5, 1874.
    • Anne McPherson family fonds, 1852-2011 [non-inclusive]

      Williams, Edie (2012-01-13)
      The fonds contains the records of the McCordick, Smith and McPherson families of St. Catharines, Ont. The families are related through marriage. Frank Case McCordick was a World War One veteran, local businessman and one time mayor of St. Catharines. His son, E. Frank McCordick, was a veteran of World War Two, local businessman and community leader. Stanley George Smith was the deputy postmaster and secretary-treasurer of the James D. Tait Co. Limited. The fonds reflects the activities of these three families in their local environment and beyond.
    • Anne Taylor Fonds

      Williams, Edie (2010-09-15)
      Fonds consists of meetings minutes, correspondence, clippings, photographs and membership information for the organizations which Anne Taylor was an active member.
    • Annotated 125th Confederation Anniversary Medal Program

      Adams, Anne (2019-07-23)
      Program for the 125th Anniversary of Confederation Medal Awards held at Notre Dame Secondary School, Welland, Ontario, December 7, 1992
    • Appointment of Joseph Berny signed by Isaac Brock, 1812

      Adams, Anne (2019-08-07)
      One document regarding the appointment of Joseph Berny [Birnie, Burney, Burny] to be Ensign in the Fifth Regiment of the Lincoln Militia. This is signed by Sir Isaac Brock and Robert Stanton.
    • Arthur A. Schmon fonds

      Adams, Anne (2015-02-10)
      83 cm. (3 boxes) textual records and 25 maps 13 coloured postcards 11 b&w postcards 4 greeting cards 1 bookmark German currency (4 bills) French currency (3 bills) 63 b&w photographs 2 books 25 maps 1 military patch
    • Articles and Addresses by Adam Shortt, 1900-1931

      Cameron, Chantal (2018-05-16)
      A bound scrapbook with the title Articles and Addresses by Adam Shortt. The book is a compilation of publications, newspaper clippings, and journal articles written by or about Adam Shortt. An index in the front lists publications by Shortt in chronological order. A book plate in the front reads “presented by Mrs. Muriel Clarke, Vineland, Ontario, in memory of her father, Adam Shortt, 1967”. Biographical information is included in a 13-page memo titled “Memo obtained from Dr. Adam Shortt in personal interview, August 1928”. A list of academic distinctions and appointments held in Queen’s University is also included, as well as several obituaries. Several letters from Andrew Haydon (a Canadian lawyer and senator) to Adam Shortt are included at the end of the scrapbook. Publications included are: Sketches from the Foot-Hills: a modern pilgrim father; Early records of Ontario: extracts from the records of the court of quarter sessions for the district of Mecklenburgh; The Beginning of Municipal Government in Ontario; Imperial Preferential Trade from a Canadian point of view; Preferential Trade between Britain and Canada; Canada and Chamberlainism; Taxation of Corporations (address by Adam Shortt); The Colonial Conference and its functions; The Taxation of Public Service Corporations; Municipal Government in Ontario: an historical sketch; Personality as a social factor; History of Canadian Metallic Currency; Railroad Construction and National Prosperity: an historic parallel; Life of the Settler in Western Canada before the War of 1812; Municipal Taxation in relation to speculative land values; The Economic Effect of War upon Canada; Historical Sketch of Medical Education of Women in Kingston, Canada (by Elizabeth Smith Shortt); Early Economic Effects of the War upon Canada; The Significance for Canadian History of the Work of the Board of Historical Publications; The Economic Relations of Canadian Gold Production; The Significance of Locarno; Some Observations on the Financial Relations of the Municipalities;The Makers of Queens.
    • Association of Major Power Consumers in Ontario records, 1975-1989

      Cameron, Chantal (2015-07-22)
      This archive is part of the larger Ontario Editorial Bureau Fonds (OEB) housed at Brock University. The records contain information about the Association of Major Power Consumers in Ontario (AMPCO). The bulk of the material consists of correspondence, media releases, and promotional material.
    • Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario records, 1948-1989

      Cameron, Chantal (2015-05-15)
      This archive is part of the larger Ontario Editorial Bureau Fonds (OEB)housed at Brock University. The records contain information about the activities of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario. The bulk of the material is correspondence and media releases.
    • The Autism Acceptance Project fonds, 2006-2008

      Cameron, Chantal (2015-11-17)
      Fonds consists of booklets, brochures and magazine articles produced by, or about, The Autism Acceptance Project (TAAP). There are three copies of a booklet about TAAP, dated October 2006, and an issue of Lifestyles Magazine (2008) featuring an article on Estee Klar-Wolfond, founder of The Autism Acceptance Project. There is also a ticket for an exhibition entitled The Joy of Autism: Redefining Ability and Quality of Life, dated October 11, 2006, as well as a brochure about the event.
    • Automotive Industries Association of Canada Fonds, 1976-1980

      Adams, Anne (2016-08-11)
      12 cm. (almost ½ box) containing correspondence, clippings, press releases and 1 b&w photo pertaining to the Automotive Industries Association of Canada
    • Average White Band poster, ca. 2000

      Cameron, Chantal (2012-02-13)
      Consists of a poster for the Average White Band, performing at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto, Ont., on April 15, [?]. There are four (illegible) signatures on the poster.
    • B.N. Peach letter, 1918.

      Cameron, Chantal (2012-02-13)
      One letter addressed to B.N. Peach from C.G. Ruth (?), General Secretary, Royal Society of Edinburgh, dated March 7, 1918. There are handwritten notes on the back of the letter.