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W. D. Lighthall Papers

The papers of W.D. Lighthall are divided into a number of different series: an Original Series, Letters and Papers, 1881-1946, and a New Series, Letters and Papers, 1865-1954. The greater part of the correspondence is to be found in these two ser...

Lighthall, W. D. (William Douw), 1857-1954

Lighthall Family Papers

Although more than forty members of the Lighthall and allied families are represented in the collection, only those with significant bodies of papers are mentioned here.The papers of Cybel Wilkes Lighthall include correspondence from family member...

Lighthall family

Charles de Mestral Papers

The Charles de Mestral Papers are the personal items of Charles de Mestral (1944 - ), a member of the Sonde group from its inception.Whenever it has been possible to do so, each item is referenced to the events listing entitled: RÉALISATIONS DANS ...

Sonde Papers

Sonde Papers consist of correspondence, documentation, audio and video pertaining to activities of Sonde (formerly named MUD, Musical Design).

Donald Mackey papers

The Correspondence series contains cards and letters to or from Donald Mackey. The series is arranged chronologically by time period as indicated. The series includes correspondence of special note to/from Rev. David R. L. Clarke, Prime Minister o...

G. R. Mines

Original documents, transcripts, photocopies, and photographs relating to Professor G. R. Mines (1886-1914), assembled by Dr. F. C. MacIntosh, Department of Physiology in 1982-1986 and transferred to the Osler Library on June 18, 1986.

Traquair and Bland

"Architectural Drawings, 1905-72, 1,170 drawings." Measured drawings and sketches by Ramsay Traquair and his students, recipients of PQAA scholarships and students of Professor John Bland of McGill University's School of Architectu...

Drawings and student notebooks of Hugh Allen Inglis Valentine

Included are five volumes of class notes documenting courses that Valentine took in architectural history at the McGill University School of Architecture. The volumes contain clippings, tracings, original sketches and hand-written text. There is a...

Valentine, Hugh Allen Inglis, 1904-1978

Three-dimensional objects

The objects designed by Nobbs and presently in the archive include furniture and fittings such as armchairs, tables, and a chandelier, and utensils and plasterwork, including plaster statuettes for war memorials and decorative plasterwork.

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