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William J. McNally Fonds

  • CA OSLER P087
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1975

The fonds documents Dr. McNally's work in otolaryngology and his lecture notes by Harold S. Dolan, M.D., Dalhousie, 1923.

McNally, William James, 1897-

Hugh Ernest MacDermot Fonds

  • CA OSLER P106
  • Fonds
  • 1858-1970

Fonds documents Dr. H.E. MacDermot's medical-historical activities. The fonds contains newspaper clippings, manuscript notes, photographs, lectures notes, and a draft of The MGH, the Years of Change.

MacDermot, H. E. (Hugh Ernest), 1888-1983

Thomas Forrest Cotton Fonds

  • CA OSLER P112
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1909

Fonds shows T.F. Cotton's activities as a student at McGill University, 1903-1909. The fonds contains 24 bound notebooks with lectures notes taken by Cotton, 1903-1909, for courses in Medicine, Political Science, History, French Literature, English Composition and Literature. There is also a case book containing electrocardiograms and a volume of ophthalmology lecture notes bearing the name George C. Hale.

Cotton, Thomas Forrest, 1884-1965

D. Sclater Lewis Fonds

  • CA OSLER P105
  • Fonds
  • 1844-1977

Fonds shows Dr. D. Sclater Lewis' medical and medical-historical activities, from 1904 until his death. The fonds contains correspondence, lecture notes and notes for addresses and published papers.

Lewis, D. Sclater, (David Sclater), 1886-

Gerald F. Fitzgerald Papers

  • CA MUA MG 4170
  • Fonds
  • undated

The bulk of the records consist of course materials: lecture notes, and supporting documents such as case studies and regulations for courses on air law, particularly hijacking, and on the legal relationship between ICAO and the UN Secretariat. There are also several articles and talks delivered by Fitzgerald at conferences at Potsdam (1970) and elsewhere. Included are several versions of a lecture on multiculturalism in Quebec, ca. 1970. A small amount of correspondence, mainly with the Law Faculty is included.

Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

Gerald Ratzer Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4245
  • Fonds
  • undated

The fonds consists mainly of Ratzer's teaching and research materials with some student course notes and a Cambridge thesis.

His teaching records consist of 40 videotapes for his FORTRAN courses. course lectures, overheads and notes for computers in engineering as well as a modular course pack from 1972 on the introduction to computers.

Ratzer's research records contain a mss of his publication Micros to SuperMicros: An Overview (1986), source listing program for Air Traffic Control simulation, unified display system program, Star Chart linear programming for school bussing, subject files on projects including air traffic control (1977-1984), 4 reports and a programmer's guide to Hydro Quebec on the Symbl project (1988), a manual and CIDA report on the CAL project at the University of Zimbabwe, Space Research Corporation proposals for air traffic training simulation for Israel (1975, 1977), and digital simulators for traffic control and planning, 1973 and for ATS Aerospace, a tender presented to Dublin airport t o build an air traffic control radar simulation system (1987) and an air traffic tower similar proposal (!994) as well as a proposal from S. Gabr consultants for the North Hatley project.

Ratzer, Gerald F.G.

Donald Olding Hebb Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1045
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1977

Fonds are exclusively concerned with Hebb’s work as a research psychologist and professor. Hebb's research is documented by two types of material: his correspondence, and his files on research projects. Incoming and copies of outgoing letters from ca 1934 to ca 1977 are overwhelmingly scientific in character, discussing psychological theories and their criticism, research problems, the ethics of experimentation and funding. A second section of correspondence deals with learned societies and funding organizations (1959-1977). Project files contain reports to funding bodies, and, in particular, research files and reports for Defense Research Board projects, 1950-1962 (restricted); there are also files on the administration of research grants (1964-1973), largely dealing with appointments, payroll and travel funds.

Publications - his own, and others sent to him for evaluation - are the subject of correspondence with various publishers, 1950-1977. Files of notes, correspondence, reviews, and comments concerning Hebb's own books and articles cover the years 1933 to 1971. These papers also contains original drafts for 14 monographs, articles and speeches (1941-1959), including a draft of The Organization of Behavior with Karl Lashley's comments.

Course materials, and papers by and about his students, reveal Hebb's teaching activities. Lecture notes survive for about 120 addresses to seminars, colloquia and associations (1938-1976) and there are files of lecture notes, class materials and bibliographies for McGill courses, particularly "Introduction to Psychology" (Psychology 200). About 75 slides illustrate Hebb's addresses on "Thought and Language", "Semi-autonomous processes" and other topics (ca 1962-1972). Student materials consist of files of letters of recommendation and correspondence (1947-1977) with and about students, teaching assistants, and members of Hebb's research team. As well, there are 15 original and 4 volumes of photocopied undergraduate research papers (1959-1962) and copies of 42 graduate theses supervised by Hebb (1947-1972).

Hebb, D. O. (Donald Olding)

Ramsay Traquair fonds

  • CA MUA MG 3089
  • Fonds
  • approximately 1911-1940

Traquair's papers largely concern his work as a lecturer. School of Architecture lectures in architectural history cover the classical, mediaeval and modern periods (ca 1935-1936), while those on architectural ornament are largely devoted to lettering. Miscellaneous lectures, about 30 in number, were delivered between about 1924 and 1937 to various audiences, such as school children, extension students and members of art and architectural associations. They deal with architectural history, architectural principles both aesthetic and social, and other art forms (painting, carpets, heraldry etc.)

Material relating to Traquair's publications includes drafts of about 15 articles on many of the same topics as the lectures described above, and stemming from the same period. A special series of notes and manuscripts, together with some correspondence, illustrates Traquair's research on Québec arts.

Traquair, Ramsay, 1874-1952

William Lochhead Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1049
  • Fonds
  • 1884-1885

Lochhead's papers comprise 20 pages of notes on the relationship of ferns and bryophytes, and a volume of notes of Sir William Dawson's lectures in ordinary and honours geology courses.

Lochhead, William, 1864-1927

William Dudley Woodhead Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 2016
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1954

Fonds consists of lecture notes prepared in connection with a survey course on Greek and Roman literature (1924-1954), as well as examination questions for this course (1951), and copies of humorous verse about McGill staff members.

Woodhead, W.D. (William Dudley)

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