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Ross and MacFarlane

  • CA CAC 51
  • Fonds

"Architectural Drawings, 1910, 17 drawings." The design for a branch of the Bank of Toronto located at the corner of Guy and St. Catherine Streets in Montreal and for a house in Westmount for Charles A. Smart are documented in the archive.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1910, 17 dessins." Notamment le dessin d'une succursale de la Banque de Toronto située à l'angle des rues Guy et Sainte-Catherine à Montréal ainsi que d'une maison de Westmount construite pour le compte de Charles A. Smart.

James R. Lockhart Fonds

  • CA OSLER P194
  • Fonds
  • [1918-1926?]

Fond contains solely glass slide negatives. Many slides depict the McGill campus between the years 1918-1921, including the Strathcona Medical Building, as well as the Royal Victoria Hospital. Other subjects include street scenes taken in Montreal after the end of the First World War and the Lockharts' family life during the early 1920s.

Lockhart, James R., 1890-1980

Robert Howard Fonds

  • CA OSLER P023
  • Fonds
  • 1871

Fonds shows Robert Howard's activities as a medical student in 1871. It contains his lecture notes of the course on diseases of the lungs, heart and kidneys given at McGill University

Howard, Robert

Samuel Towle Brooks Fonds

  • CA OSLER P025
  • Fonds
  • 1848-1851

Fonds shows Samuel Towle Brooks' activities as a medical student through his admission tickets for his complete medical formation. It contains 32 admission tickets and a blank printed form of "Affirmation of the Candidate for the Degrees of Doctor of Medicine and Surgery".

Brooks, Samuel Towle, 1823-1895

Thomas W. Reynolds Fonds

  • CA OSLER P026
  • Fonds
  • 1877-1881

Fonds shows Thomas W. Reynolds' activities as a medical student through his admission tickets for his complete medical formation. It contains 39 admission cards signed by or printed for the teachers, among them William Osler.

Reynolds, Thomas W.

John McNaughton Fonds

  • CA OSLER P027
  • Fonds
  • 1822-1824

Fonds shows John McNaughton's activities as a medical student. It contains 3 lecture cards signed by or printed for the teachers. Among them are John Stephenson and W. Robertson.

McNaughton, John

Henry Beaumont Small Fonds

  • CA OSLER P028
  • Fonds
  • 1876-1880

Fonds shows Henry Beaumont Small's activities as a medical student through his admission cards for his complete medical formation. It contains 43 admission cards signed by or printed for the teachers, among them William Osler.

Small, Henry Beaumont, 1854-1949

Sir George Duncan Gibb Fonds

  • CA OSLER P036
  • Fonds
  • 1863-1873

Fonds contains G.D. Gibb's manuscript medical case books. The fonds includes six volumes originally numbered 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, each of them with an index and Gibb's bookplate.

Gibb, G. Duncan (George Duncan), Sir, 1821-1876

Walter Robert Bown

  • CA RBD MSG 858
  • Collection
  • 1868

Affidavit concerning Bown’s controversy with the Hudson’s Bay Company over the printing by the Nor’-Wester of a petition on memorial dealing with imprisonment of Dr. John Schultz. It is dated 10 July 1868 at St. Cloud Minn. Note: Part of Exhibit A, and all of Exhibits B, C, & D are missing.

Bown, Walter Robert, 1828-1903

Harold Hibbert Fonds

  • CA MUA MG3076
  • Fonds
  • 1877-1961

Fonds consists of printed materials, architectural drawings, and photographs that are overwhelmingly concerned with Hibbert’s research activities and related areas of patents and consulting. His general correspondence files (1910-1945) are almost entirely devoted to research communications and the business of the Pulp and Paper Research Institute. There are a few files of correspondence with individuals on special topics, e.g. with Benno Borzykowski on the establishment of chemical industries in Peru (1940-1943), with the Nobel Institute on Hibbert's nomination of Colin Fink for the chemistry prize (1934-1935), as well as letters concerning German refugee scientists (1933). Hibbert's research subject files (1915-1943) contain notes, drafts of articles, printed materials and some correspondence on a large range of organic chemistry topics: wood cellulose, lignin, synthetic fibers, analysis and catalysis, and explosives. Closely related to these are papers on the administration and equipment of the Pulp and Paper Research Institute (1927-1942) and other bodies.

Hibbert's files on patents (1914-1941) contain some documentation on his own patents, but largely concern patents of interest to him in the area of solvents, synthetic fibers and vanilla, pharmaceuticals, and alcohol. His work as a consultant is illustrated by files of notes, reports and correspondence on Komppa's synthetic camphor (1919), the establishment of chemical companies producing synthetic fibers, pulp and paper products, machinery, etc.

Hibbert's teaching activities are documented by two files of lecture notes (1945) and two of correspondence with the Chemistry Department (1934-1943) and the Graduate Faculty (1934-1945) on student-related topics, theses and honorary degrees.

His involvement with the American Chemical Society is revealed by general correspondence, largely concerning meetings and papers, correspondence with the Division of Cellulose Chemistry on research problems, division reports, publications, and relations with industry, and finally by communications with the Society's Journal regarding the refereeing of papers (1920-1944). Personal and biographical materials comprise a scattering of papers about his marriage (1917), academic appointments (1922-1924), library (1926-1941), retirement (1943), hobbies, clubs and interests. There is also a small body of correspondence with his friends, wife and family (1928-1945), as well as communications with his broker about stock investments (continued by Mrs. Hibbert until 1961). Bibliographies and photographs are also included. Obituary material is supplemented by letters of condolence to Mrs. Hibbert, and by a file documenting a dispute concerning Hibbert's biography in the National Cyclopedia of American Biography.

Hibbert, Harold, 1877-1945

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