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Sir William Osler Collection

  • CA OSLER P100
  • Collection
  • 1800 - 1994

The Sir William Osler Collection, distinct from the Bibliotheca, is an extensive archival holding of Osler's correspondence (including eighteen hundred original letters), daybooks, accounts, engagement books, legal documents, book invoices, membership certificates, notebooks, lectures, addresses, newspaper clippings, photographs, books with manuscript additions, and miscellaneous loose items formerly inserted into individual books in his library. The collection also contains various family papers, including correspondence of Lady Grace Revere Osler and Edward Revere Osler.

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

Cameron Family Collection

  • CA RBD MSG 1166
  • Collection
  • 1853-1905; predominantly 1853-1858

Collection consists of 36 autograph letters written to James Cameron and his son Archie. The correspondence includes letters by friends, associates, and members of the Cameron family in Toronto, Lake Beauport, Scotland, England, Hull, and Montreal. Subjects include family news, freemasonry, business (regarding deed of sales), factory work in Toronto, curling, and an April Fools' Day letter. With three extant envelopes.

Cameron (Family : 1842-1905 : Montréal, Québec)

Miscellaneous undated student organization ephemera

This file contains student organization ephemera, including a poster for a screening of "Something beautiful for God" a documentary about Mother Teresa of Calcutta (14 February ca. 1980s); poster for McGill Engineering blood drive (2-5 February); congratulatory handwritten letter from the Sons of Zadok to "The Teacher of Righteousness" (undated); poster or flyer for a teach-in about the Balfour Declaration and the Palestinian Resistance Movement (5 November); poster or flyer with program for South Africa Solidarity Day (13 March); poster for a revolutionary meeting to denounce the racist and anti-communist policies of the Canadian Immigration Department (18 Sept); poster or flyer for a talk organized by the Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought Discussion Group (29 August); flyer promoting FRAP (Front d'action politique) McGill (23-24 September ca. 1969); poster for a conference to depend the rights of the Quebec Nation organized by the Student Circles of the Workers Communist Party (2 April); invitation or ticket for "College Teas" with the names "Mrs. Gould, Miss Gould, Miss De Witt" written on it (3 February 1900, 3 March 1900); flyer opposing visit of Ian Smith to McGill "The New Zimbabwe" organized by the McGill Circle of the Workers Communist Party (1 October); poster advertising McGill Men's Squash Club and Squash Teams (24 September); booklet "The Universal Fee" with information about proposal for a fee levy to support student societies including the McGill Daily, McGill Students Council, and the Union (1911-1913).

William MacKay

  • CA RBD MSG 428
  • Fonds
  • 1814-1821

Typed copies of the official and private correspondence, 1814-1821, held in the McCord Museum in the William MacKay Papers. They consist mainly consist of military records such as commissions, 1813-1814, correspondence between members of the British Indian Department, including Lt. Col. Robert McDouall and his description of the siege of Prairie du Chien, with reference to the Omaeqnomenew (Menominee), Hocak (Winnebago), and Meskwaki (Fox) warriors who fought alongside British forces, as well as to the Potawatomi leader Main Poc (referred to as Marpock), 1814-1815 and copies of correspondence of Capt. Thomas Anderson with Lt Col. Robert McDouall on military actions, supplies and Indian relations, 1814-1815. There is also a newspaper clipping about Alexander MacKay and the partnership agreement admitting William MacKay and David Mackenzie into the North West Company in 1796.

MacKey, William, 1772-1832

Kiang Kang-Hu Fonds

  • CA MUA MG4025
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1934

Kiang's papers cover the few years he was employed by McGill. His teaching materials include course outlines and examinations, as well as examination papers for a course in Oriental philosophy he gave at the University of Oregon Summer School in 1930. The administration of the Department of Chinese Studies is documented by requisitions and invoices for equipment and furniture, correspondence on library purchases, and letters regarding possible posts in the department, the curriculum, Kiang's salary and appointment, the Gest Chinese Library and general administrative matters. Kiang's personal files concern his work with the Hung Tao Society, his collaboration with Witter Bynmer, current events in China, and Kiang's publications and speaking engagements.

Jiang, Kanghu, 1883-1954

Clement Henry McLeod Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1056
  • Fonds
  • 1868-1968

Very few of the McLeod papers actually concern the Observatory. However, his work for the railways and in Newfoundland is documented, as are his views on the education and employment of engineers. The basic record for the early part of his career is a diary kept from 1870 to 1875, regarding student days and early work on the Observatory. An essay, "Winter under canvas" (1868) describes an early surveying job, and a letter from his father (1872) inquires about his academic progress. His work for the railways is documented by three letters of recommendation, and two letters (one from Stanford Fleming) on the work of his colleagues in the West. The Newfoundland survey (1875) is described in McLeod's diary, a manuscript essay "Across Newfoundland" (1876), his printed reports and three letters. His work at McGill is represented by six letters (largely official acknowledgements of appointments), and McLeod's manuscript notes on McGill history. McLeod's concern with the engineering profession is reflected in two addresses on education and professional development, and copies of about a dozen letters to Sir Wilfrid Laurier (1906-1908), C.A. McGrath and E.F. Wurtele (1912), largely on the employment of engineers in the civil service.

McLeod, Clement Henry, 1851-1917

Henry Mintzberg Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1058
  • Fonds
  • 1956-1978

Mintzberg's papers comprise student materials, office files, and papers relating to his publications. Student materials contain course notes from both the engineering (1956-1961) and management (1961-1968) phases of Mintzberg's education, as well as research notes and drafts for his doctoral thesis "The Manager at Work". His McGill office files contain reports, minutes and memoranda for various faculty committees (1968-1976); correspondence, particularly regarding the M.B.A. programme (1970-1976); course outlines (1968-1973); and files on his Ph.D. students (1974-1976) (Restricted). Papers relating to publications include research notes, working papers, and drafts of articles and books, as well as correspondence about his writings (1968-1978).

Mintzberg, Henry

Michael Kelway Oliver Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1064
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1970

Oliver's papers deal almost entirely with his work for the Royal Commission on Biculturalism and Bilingualism. Correspondence, minutes, reports and press releases document the Commission's meetings, organization, personnel, and finances. There are also briefs, reports of study groups, drafts of the final report, and files on individuals. Records of his Vice-principalship at McGill can be found in Record Group 3.

Oliver, Michael (Michael Kelway), 1925-

John Christian Ludwig Andreassen Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1059
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1980

Andreassen's papers fall into three series: personal materials, diaries, and professional files. Personal materials include family correspondence, 1929-ca 1932, and ca 30 cm of class notes and draft papers stemming from his student years, largely at Louisiana State. There are also files of private correspondence, some addressed to Mrs Andreassen, from the period 1975-1980. Andreassen's diaries cover the years 1936-1940, 1945-1952, 1962-1965, and 1968-1976. They record the working day and are interleaved with memoranda and correspondence, often of a personal nature. Professional files vary in nature with each stage of Andreassen's career, but correspondence and reports are consistent elements. To these may be added copies of surveys and inventories of the Louisiana Historical Records Survey, expense accounts and photographs arising from his work for UNRRA, records of archival deposits and drafts on an institutional history prepared as Archivist of CNR, and annual reports written as McGill Archivist.

Andreassen, John C. L. (John Christian Ludvig), 1909-

Mrs. H. V. Bignell Fonds

  • CA OSLER P040
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1927

Fonds consists of correspondence with the pediatrician Dr. Alton Goldbloom of Montreal. It gives a picture of pediatrics and parental concerns at the time. The fonds contains 30 letters.

Bignell, H. V., Mrs.

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