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Robert Todd Reynolds Fonds

  • CA OSLER P151
  • Fonds
  • [18--]

The fonds contains one prescription book of Dr. Robert Todd Reynolds, with some clippings of medical drawings in the back; 3 pages of the Reynolds' family genealogy record and one page of an article "The Ancestral Roof: Domestic Architecture in Upper Canada" and a photo of the house, indicating the relationship between James McGill des Rivières and the Reynolds family; 4 of R. T. Reynolds' Diplomas, one from McGill.

Reynolds, Robert Todd, 1812-1897

McGill Group in Medical Genetics Oral Histories Collection

  • CA OSLER P224
  • Collection
  • 2009-2011

The McGill Group in Medical Genetics Oral Histories Collection documents the history of the McGill Group in Medical Genetics, active 1972 to 2009, through fourteen oral histories with the group's members. The Collection contains transcripts in English and in French translation of oral history interviews conducted with the members of the McGill Group in Medical Genetics between 2009 and 2011. The oral history interviews were held in the course of a larger project conducted by a group of researchers at McGill's School of Social Studies of Medicine to document the history of the group and its role in the development of the field of medical genetics in Canada more broadly. These researchers included Christopher Canning, Andrea Tone, George Weisz, and Alberto Cambrosio. The project received guidance from David Rosenblatt and funding from the Canada Research Chair Program in the Social History of Medicine. The fourteen interviews document the members' individual biographies and careers, as well as the history and development of the McGill Group in Medical Genetics during a transformative period in the field of medical genetics. The interviews are available as transcripts, created by Christopher Canning. French translations of the transcripts were also created by McGIll's Translation Services and are also made available. The following individuals were interviewed as part of the oral histories project:

  1. F. Clarke Fraser, interviewed by Christopher Canning on November 3, 2009
  2. David Rosenblatt, interviewed by Christopher Canning on December 1, 2009
  3. Rima Rozen, interviewed by Andrew Hoffman on February 16, 2010
  4. Charles Scriver, interviewed by Andrew Hoffman on March 2, 2010
  5. Reynold Gold, interviewed by Christopher Canning on July 13, 2010
  6. Leonard Pinsky, interviewed by Christopher Canning on July 21, 2010
  7. Emil Skamene, interviewed by Christopher Canning on August 5, 2010
  8. Peter Hechtman, interviewed by Christopher Canning on September 30, 2010
  9. Eric Shoubridge, interviewed by Christopher Canning on October 8, 2010
  10. Mark Trifiro, interviewed by Christopher Canning on October 22, 2010
  11. Andrew Karaplis, interviewed by Christopher Canning on November 30, 2010
  12. Robert MacKenzie, interviewed by Christopher Canning on February 2, 2011
  13. Roy Gravel, interviewed by Christopher Canning on February 4, 2011
  14. H. Susie Tenenhouse, interviewed by Christopher Canning on February 8, 2011

McGill Group in Medical Genetics

Michael Bliss Fonds

  • CA OSLER P129
  • Fonds
  • [1997?]-1999

The fonds contains the manuscript of his book William Osler : A Life in Medicine.

Bliss, Michael, 1941-2017

Others

  • C3
  • Subseries
  • 1996, 2007-2009

This subseries documents public addresses outside of the World Religions after September 11 Conference and contains Invading the Sacred: 2007 book launch (2 DVDs); an interview filmed during India Independence day in Ottawa (1996, 1 DVD); and a Samboth Society 2009 Inaugural Address video (2 DVDs).

David L. Johnston Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4220
  • Fonds
  • 1996-1998

The David L. Johnston fonds consists of mainly of correspondence for Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law, 1996-1998.

Johnston, David L.

Muse Entertainment Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4304
  • Fonds
  • approximately 1996-2009

The fonds consists of records created and accumulated in the course of film and television production activities. It provides an integrated and holistic view of executive, creative and operational areas at Muse and its affiliates. The material is particularly strong in documents relating to the legal, financing, and management aspects of the industry, revealing the behind the-scenes requirements for sustainable and commercially-successful production. This depth of administrative records provides a significant complement to the creative materials generally found in archival film holdings. The materials serve to illustrate the economic impact of cultural industries on communities, including business, labour, and suppliers, as well as talent. They also document the various government incentive programs from the perspective of theproducer.

While the focus in making the archival selection has been on executive and production records, the fonds also contains a broad sampling of technical, craft and creative activities. It includes examples of script development, casting, locations, wardrobe, continuity, shooting and production logistics, promotion, and distribution. Scripts for all Muse productions are included. From the perspective of content development, Muse productions have included numerous productions based or derived from real life stories, including Roch Thériault, Nancy Eaton, Jane Doe, Jerri Nielsen, Rudy Guiliani, and Victor Davis. There are also examples of productions related to musical performers the Monkees, and Ricky Nelson.

The fonds documents the work of numerous Canadian directors, including Anne Wheeler, Jerry Ciccoritti, Bruce McDonald, Gary Yates, Holly Dale, Christian Duguay, Roger Spottiswoode, Gary Burns, Sturla Gunnarsson, John L’Ecuyer, as well as international directors such as Darren Aronofsky.

The audio-visual materials cover completed, as-released and as-broadcast productions in professional formats (usually masters on Digital Beta) for domestic and international versions. Selected production materials have also been retained, particularly with a view to providing examples of production processes and creative decisions.

The audio-visual programs provide a strong archival record of successful prime-time television content produced by a Canadian company, and viewed both domestically and internationally.

The date range covers the establishment of Muse in 1998, including some legacy productions from Pebblehut, through to 2007.

Muse Entertainment (Firm)

Phonothèque québécoise Collection

  • Collection
  • 1994 - 2004

The collections including here were orginally donated to the Phonothèque québécoise by Michel Décarie, Maryvonne Kendergian (Kendergi), Réal La Rochelle, Robert Daudelin, Raymond Gervais, Nicole Guilleret and Philippe Trolliet.

A history of the collections and information about the donors can be viewed here: https://web.archive.org/web/20191203205045/http://www.phonotheque.org/Inventaires/CollectionsPhono-Inv.html

Cornelia Hahn Oberlander

  • CA CAC 68
  • Fonds
  • 1992-1994; undated

Fonds consists of landscape drawings for the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 35 mm slides of 5 roof concept drawings for Library Square, Vancouver, BC (1992-1994 and undated). Includes:

Landscape drawings for the National Gallery of Canada:
Planting Plan of Plaza, (framed)
1:200; 29 August 1984, black-line base plan with colour pencil rendering
28 x 46 inches

Overall Conceptual Plan, (matted)
1:1000; 29 August 1984; black-line base plan with colour pencil rendering
30 x 38 inches (plan includes landscape design for Major's Hill Park)

War Museum Courtyard with Poplars, (matted)
1:200; August 1984; axonometric; pencil on vellum with colour pencil rendering1
8 x 30 inches

Master Landscape Plan, (unframed)
1:1000; 13 November 1984; black-line base plan with colour pencil rendering
33 x 47 and 1/2 inches

Concept sketches of the development of the planted roof at Library Square:
Library Square 'A',
1:200; 17 December 1992; marker on trace
14 x 23 inches

Library Square 'D',
17 December 1992; marker with colour pencil rendering on trace
14 x 23 inches

Library Square, Proposed Roof-Scape,
1:200; 18 January 1993; ink on trace
13 x 20 inches

Drawn by Elisabeth Whitelaw
Final Concept, Library Roof,
1:100; 30 May 1994; ink, coloured pencil, watercolour on trace
14 x 26 1/2 inches

Drawn by Elisabeth Whitelaw
Library Square, Roof Concept,
1:200; undated; marker, pencil, coloured pencil on trace
14 x 25 1/2 inches

Drawn by Cornelia Hahn Oberlander and Moshe Safdie
Three 35 mm slides of the roof (copies; originals by Elizabeth Whitelaw):
[Growing medium being taken to roof in bucket by crane]
[Blue and green fescues on roof, looking toward Federal Tower]
[View of Library showing planted roof]

Oberlander, Cornelia Hahn

Bruce Anderson fonds

  • CA CAC 96
  • Fonds
  • 1990-2001

Fonds consists of measured drawings by students in the McGill School of Architecture course, History of Domestic Architecture in Quebec (1990, 1992, 1996, 1999-2001).

Anderson, Bruce, active 1964-2001

McGill Quebec Public Interest Research Group Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4257
  • Fonds
  • 1988-2011

This fonds reflects the activist activities of QPIRG McGill, chiefly on the McGill campus and the Montreal area, through Board of Directors minutes, as well as pamphlets, publications such as a student activist manual and audio visual materials, relating to working groups, projects and workshops concerned with issues such as the environment and empowerment. Minutes of the Interim Joint Board of PIRG-Quebec and records of joint retreat training activities reflect the interaction of QPIRG McGill with university PIRGS in the Montreal area.

Finding Aid update needed

McGill Quebec Public Interest Research Group

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