The collection consists of programs and recordings of ensemble performances (including opera) by students, faculty members, and guest artists associated with the Schulich School of Music at McGill University and performed at one of the School's halls (Pollack Hall, Redpath Hall, Tanna Schulich Hall, and Clara Lichtenstein Hall), as well as some performances at venues outside McGill.
Letter to Edward F. Milburn from William Osler, Llanddulas, Wales. Answers to his congratulations for his baronetcy. Kept the special ones for the end. Humble comments about this honour. News from their holiday. He is not coming in Canada this year. His holiday in Egypt has to count. Will go next year. Asks him if he received the Fletcher and Kipling history of England that he sent. News of Revere. Civilities.
Letter to unidentified recipient from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Glad that he did not go to Indiana. Campbell Howard forgot to tell him about it, too in love with Ottilie Wright. Expects the McCraes today (will work on the revision of the text book). Hopes to go to Rome in April. Civilities.
Letter to Henry Phipps from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Will write a personal note to the students of each medical school in the USA and Canada to be sent with the volumes (Pasteur Life, of Vallery-Radot), to call their attention to their main features. Sure of their success. Civilities. Draft of the letter to the students.
Letter to Henry Phipps from William Osler, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Thanks for the cutting descriptive of the new Hospital. The Johns Hopkins Dispensary is doing splendid work, good comments on the report sent by Hamman. Mentions his work in the county and of the dispensary at the Radcliffe Infirmary. Would like to see him while he is in London. Asks him if he has any extra copies of the Pasteur Life. Mrs. Osler is delighted with the Bartlett. Civilities.
Autograph letter from Charles Burney Jr. written at Greenwich, 1 December 1800, to William Davies, Bookseller, Strand. Also postmarked 1 December 1800. Consists of one folded sheet with one page of letter, one page address and one page of postscript (one page blank). Written on black-edged laid paper. The letter requests a receipt for Fanny Burney's account ("The Bill against Mrs. D'Arblay"). In a postscript, Burney requests that Davies send him 100 copies of Gay's Fables.
Holograph letter from Charles Burney Jr. addressed to W.F. Rose Esq. Navy Pay Office, London. Postmarked on final leaf with ink stamp: NO 30 1813. At end of letter: Rectory House, Deptford No. 30th 1813. Written in a sloping hand in brown ink and with a small repair to upper outer corner of final leaf of letter. The letter discusses some Greek newspapers sent along in a packet to Rose, Burney's latest struggles with gout, as well as potential future visitors to the Rectory.
Manuscript letter attributed to Susanna Burney. The letter comprises four unnumbered pages on one long sheet, folded vertically. The letter is not addressed to a particular recipient but instead begins: "Appendix to follow, April 19 1767. - Written this Year of our Lord 1770." Inscription "No. 4" is found on upper left corner and "21 [p?]" on upper right corner. Letter is written in brown ink on laid paper.
The letter describes her acquaintances in France from April 1767, including descriptions which she mentions as having been omitted from her journal for the year 1767.