Showing 150 results

Archival description
McGill University Archives Welcome! Series
Print preview View:

Medical and professional activities

This series reflects the diverse contributions, that Robertson made as a physician, surgeon, and hospital administrator, as well as containing files related to Robertson’s medical training immediately following his graduation from McGill. Robertso...

McGill Principalship and administrative activities

A record of Robertson’s activities as principal of McGill from 1962 1970 is found in diverse documents such as pamphlets, tickets, booklets, newspaper and magazine clippings, and photos, 1962, 1970, 1980 1944 -1992 (Container 1, File 4; Container ...

Teaching and Administrative Activities

Series consists of lecture notes, course outlines and exams for courses given in areas such as Canadian politics, Canadian foreign policy, international relations and politics and communications by Dale Thomson at the Université de Montréal (1960-...


Most of the papers in the Gloor fonds may be classified as documents of Gloor's various research interests and activities. The research category includes original studies, both those authored by Gloor alone and those co-authored with colleagu...


This series contains several dozen lectures.

Meetings, Symposia, and Conferences

This series contains several hundred files containing notes and records of meetings, symposia, conferences, and congresses attended by Gloor. At several of these Gloor presented the keynote address (the Berger Lecture, 1993, is a typical example o...


This series contains correspondence with researchers, associations, and societies, 1961-1993 and with publications.

Montreal Neurological Institute

The Montreal Neurological Institute series is a collection of various documents related to the Montreal Neurological Institute. The majority of the records concern specific events such as the opening of the Penfield pavilion, Brain 87, the MNI 50t...


This series contains tenure, promotion, appointments, and institutional grants MNI/MNH.


Series consists of slides documenting Trigger’s research and teaching activities including his fieldwork in Egypt, Nubia, and the Sudan during the early 1960s (Container 20).Also included in the series are pamphlets entitled “Art and Architecture ...

Results 51 to 60 of 150