Fonds documents the friendship between Mrs. Alice Russel and Dr. Abraham Flexner. It also includes documents collected by Mrs. Russel on Sir William Osler and Maude Abbott. The fonds contains correspondence and newspaper clippings.
Fonds shows Dr. Allan McMillan's activities as a country doctor in the Eastern Townships of the end of the 19th century. |a The fonds consists of 6 daybooks separated into 6 vols.: v. 1: 22 Apr. 1876-18 Sept. 1885, v. 2: 22 Sept. 1885-7 March 1887, v. 3: 15 March 1894-24 Feb. 1897, v. 4: 1 Aug. 1898-30 June 1900, v. 5: 1 July 1900-8 June 1905, v. 6: 12 June 1905-14 July 1908.
The Allen Burnup Darbyson fonds includes 3 photocopies of sketchbooks of his G.C. Browne Travelling Scholarship, photocopies of biographical information and photocopies of postcards Darbyson sent/received as a student.
The major record of the McGill Chapter's early years is a register containing members' signatures, 1911-1969, and minutes from 1912 to 1932; a second minute book covers the period 1960-1969. Approximately two-thirds of the papers are secretary's files from 1961 to 1978 containing membership lists, correspondence concerning prospective members, circular letters announcing meetings, and correspondence with the headquarters of AOA. There are also receipts for initiation fees from 1954 to 1969.
Fonds shows Alphonse Allard’s activities as a medical student at McGill University from 1863 to 1865. It contains seven admission cards autographed by the teachers and also a certificate from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Lower Canada
The collection consists of autographed signed letters from multiple senders, representing authors, artists, politicians, and other figures from Canada and Europe. The letters were accumulated by the Rare Books and Special Collections unit of the McGill Library over many years and assembled into the collection.
The Althea Douglas fonds consists of her student papers, class notes, exams, her husband’s letters and newspaper clippings of Althea and her husband. Althea’s notebook with notes from Costume lectures, diagrams, clippings and a notebook mostly on courses given by Stephan Pater, director of the Department of English Dramatic Productions (1952-1958), programs of English Department of Drama (1945-1960), and J. Creighton Douglas’ class notes from English (1946-1947), engineering exams and notes (1952 and 1963) are part of the collection. Included are as well Cedric S. Douglas’ notebooks on history of education, chemistry, public health and psychology courses from the years 1912 to 1914, Phyllis Bridgette’s notes from Macdonald Teacher’s College from 1922 and Marjorie Bridgette’s nature study specimens from Normal School of Macdonald College from 1911 and 1912. Family descriptions with notes on the Douglas family and the family tree chart are in the collection. Non textual records consists of slides, photographs, Althea Douglas’ drawings of costumes, and photographs that Althea Douglas rescued from McGill Daily for the courses she gave in stage make-up.
Fonds documents Dr. Alton Goldbloom's professional activities, mainly his writings on pediatrics. The fonds contains diplomas, notice of appointment, correspondence, notes, reprints, manuscripts of I'm on Your Side, Small Patients, and revised text of Le soin de l'enfant.
These consist of manuscripts of various Goldbloom's writings on paediatrics as well as various articles and speeches, 1929-1963, the manuscript of an unpublished short story titled "On a Monday Afternoon" and correspondence with Samuel Behrman, 1957-1965.
The fonds reflects Gwen Buchanan's activities within and the activities of the Alumnae Society as demonstrated through scrapbooks of clippings, correspondence, programmes, lectures, certificates, and photographs.