Photographs.

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  • Refers to still images produced from radiation-sensitive materials (sensitive to light, electron beams, or nuclear radiation), generally by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film, paper, glass, or metal. Photographs may be positive or negative, opaque or transparent.

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Eric Aloys Sprenger Fonds

  • CA MUA MG3003
  • Fonds
  • 1918-1961

Eric Aloys Sprenger's papers comprise course materials, and items reflecting sports and social activities at McGill in the 1930s. Apart from an annotated high-school geometry text, Sprenger's course materials are from his years at McGill. They comprise class and tutorial notes from each of the four years of the Engineering course. Also included in this series are exercises in freehand and mechanical drawing, 1930, and the outlines, drafts, and typed copies of summer essays for 1934, 1937, and 1939, on paper-making machines. Other reflections of student life are provided by copies of the McGill Daily for 21 November 1938 and November 29 1940 (the latter reporting the death of William Sprenger) and a song-sheet for an Engineering 'Smoker', 1935. A large scrapbook of newspaper clippings and programmes for swimming meets at McGill and the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association gives particular attention to William Sprenger's participation, 1926-1935.

A series has been dedicated to William Paterson Sprenger, Eric’s brother and the textual and photographic records concern his school and college record, and his death and subsequent memorials.

Sprenger, Eric Aloys, 1919-

Ernest Rutherford Special Collection

  • CA MUA MG 2002
  • Fonds
  • 1899-1950

The collection consists of the following four categories: biographical, obituary, pictorial, and memorial. Apart from copies of two addresses delivered from England by radio to the meeting of the Royal Society of Canada at McGill (1930), and an extensive collection of off-prints, the biographical documentation is about, not by, Rutherford. It comprises newsclippings about Rutherford's work and awards (1909), a curriculum vitae to 1907, a copy of Shaw's article on Rutherford's departure from McGill (1907) and E.R. Terroux's catalogue of Rutherford's McGill laboratory.

Photographic materials include five individual portraits of Rutherford (1905-1937) and a group portrait of Rutherford with other members of the Macdonald Physics Laboratory (1904-1905). There are also two views of the Macdonald Physics Building lecture theatre and the Physics Department staff taken at the Rutherford Memorial Lecture, 1937.

Obituary materials largely consist of newsclippings about Rutherford's death and copies of commemorative articles. Also included are two drafts of A.N. Shaw's essay Rutherford at McGill (1938), as well as correspondence concerning this article. There is also a copy of McGill's telegram of sympathy to Lady Rutherford, her reply, and some correspondence concerning the disposal of Rutherford's desk.

Various memorial projects in Rutherford's name are documented by A.N. Shaw's correspondence files (1939-1957). These include incoming and copies of outgoing correspondence about the Rutherford Plaque, the Rutherford Museum (with E.R. Terroux), and the joint Royal Society-Royal Society of Canada Rutherford Memorial Scholarships. This last file largely concerns subscriptions to the fund, but also contains campaign literature and reports. Furthermore, copies of correspondence (1896-1937, 35 cm (Large MSS), the originals of which are at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University are located in the Archives.

Ethel C. Stevens Martin Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4143
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1989

Martin's papers consist of her diaries, written from 1924 to 1925 and from 1939 until her death, an address book, and a notebook recording donations made by her between 1973 and 1985. Her diaries document mainly her leisure activities, the many churches she attended, and her travels, but also refer to major world political events, the activities of the Royal Family, and anecdotes concerning her work. Inserted in the diaries are photographs of Martin and her friends, postage stamps, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and other memorabilia.

Martin, Ethel C. Stevens

Ethel M. Doull Fonds

  • CA MUA MG 4156
  • Fonds
  • 1890-1917

The fonds consists of Ethel M. Doull's three Normal School certificates; the First Book of Reading Lessons Part I and Part II; tickets of admission to the library, museum and gym; grades for Normal School courses; letters of reference; pamphlets for school children to celebrate Empire Day; and 4 photographs, depicting Doull and the Normal School classes.

Doull, Ethel M.

Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

  • CA CAC 11.01
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1940

"Architectural Drawings, 1934-40, 109 drawings." The thirteen projects documented by drawings include a house for T. Ross in Montreal, the Penguin Ski Club in St. Sauveur, PQ, a White Circle Market store on Decarie Blvd. in Montreal and a barn for A. D. Durnford in Nantel, PQ.
"Photographs, 1934-8, 18 photographs." Photographs of finished interiors and exteriors for ten projects, including the Ross house in Montreal, the Sir Arthur Currie Memorial Cross in Mount Royal Cemetery and Douglas Hall men's residence at McGill University, are found in the archive.
"Professional Papers, 1934-7, 8 cm." Correspondence, notes, specifications, clippings and contracts relating to the Penguin Ski Club, the Ross house, the Sir Arthur Currie Memorial Cross and three other projects are included in the archive.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1934-1940, 190 dessins." Les treize projets documentés par des dessins comprennent notamment la maison de T. Ross à Montréal, le Club de ski Penguin de Saint-Sauveur (Québec), un marché White Circle sur le boulevard Décarie à Montréal et une étable pour A. D. Durnford à Nantel (Québec).
"Photographies, 1934-1938, 18 photos." Photographies des finitions intérieure et extérieure de dix projets, notamment la maison Ross à Montréal, le monument à la mémoire de Sir Arthur Currie au cimetière du Mont-Royal et la résidence Douglas des étudiants de l'Université McGill.
"Documents professionnels, 1934-1937, 8 cm." De la correspondance, des notes, des cahiers des charges, des coupures de presse et des contrats se rapportant aux projets du Club de ski Penguin, à la maison Ross, au monument de Sir Arthur Currie et à trois autres projets.

Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

Fetherstonhaugh, Durnford, Bolton and Chadwick

  • CA CAC 11.02
  • Fonds
  • 1945-1955

"Architectural Drawings, 1945-55, 80 drawings." The majority of the architectural drawings documenting the projects of this firm relate to the design of a house for P. A. Cumyn in Senneville, PQ (1953-5). The other four projects with drawings include the addition of a parish hall for St. George's Church on Windsor Street in Montreal (1946) and alterations to the house of D. H. Starkey on Piquet Road in Montreal (1946).
"Photograph, n.d., 1 photograph." The archive contains a photograph of a finished exterior of an unidentified house.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1945-1955, 80 dessins." La plupart des dessins architecturaux qui témoignent des projets de ce cabinet se rapportent aux plans d'une maison réalisée pour P. A. Cumyn à Senneville (Québec) (1953-1955). Les autres dessins ont trait à l'ajout d'une salle paroissiale à l'église St. George, rue Windsor à Montréal (1956), ainsi qu'à des modifications apportées à la maison de D. H. Starkey, chemin Piquet à Montréal (1946).
"Photographie, s.d., 1 photo." Le fonds contient une photo de la finition extérieure d'une maison non identifiée.

Fetherstonhaugh, Durnford, Bolton and Chadwick

Francis R. Findlay

  • CA CAC 3.03
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1964

Fonds consists of architectural drawings, photographs, and papers relating to projects designed by Francis Robert Findlay (1888-1977), independent of his partnership with his father Robert Findlay (1859-1951). Eight projects are documented by 119 architectural drawings (1934-1964), among them designs for buildings for the Old Brewery Mission's summer camp at Lake Chapleau, PQ, alterations to St. Andrew's United Church in Westmount and alterations to Bethel United Church in Grand'Mère, QC. Eight photographs (1945-1964) show additions and alterations to the summer house of C. V. Howard at Lake Anne, QC, and alterations to the Bethel United Church. The fonds also contains professional papers dating between 1941 and 1964, including correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, receipts and invoices relating to seven projects are found in the archive. The projects include the design of buildings for the Old Brewery Mission's summer camp and alterations to Bethel United Church.

Le fonds contient 119 dessins architecturaux, des photographies et des documents ayant trait aux projets dessinés par Francis Robert Findlay (1888-1977), indépendamment de son association avec son père Robert Findlay (1859-1951). Huit projets sont documentés par 119 dessins architecturaux (1934-1964), notamment les bâtiments de la colonie de vacances de la Mission Old Brewery, au lac Chapleau (Québec), des modifications à la St. Andrew's United Church à Westmount et des modifications à la Bethel United Church de Grand'Mère (Québec). Huit photographies (1945-1964) témoignent des annexes et modifications à la résidence d'été de C.V. Howard au lac Anne (Québec) et des modifications apportées au Bethel United Church. Le fonds contient aussi de la correspondance, coupures, dépliants, reçus et factures (1941-1964) ayant trait à sept projets, notamment les bâtiments de la colonie de vacances de la Mission Old Brewery et les modifications apportées au Bethel United Church.

Findlay, Francis Robert, 1888-1977

Frank Dawson Adams Fonds

  • CA MUA MG1014
  • Fonds
  • 1896-1941

Adams' papers are largely concerned with his experiments on the mechanical deformation of rocks. Glass lantern slides, both for lectures and private record, are also included, as well as some materials on his interest in religion and in the history of geology. His scientific research is documented by working papers and experimental materials on rock deformation, 1896-1912. These consist of ten notebooks and one scrapbook recording his experiments, as well as notes, photographs, and carbons of typescript chapters on background literature, equipment used, and specific minerals. There are also graphs recording results, and over 1,000 photographs, glass negatives, and petrographic microscope slides. Adams' index-card bibliography lists articles and reports on Canadian geology and mining (ca 1900-1920). Adams' collection of glass slides and negatives were used for teaching geology and as a private record of his travels and family life. These slides number approximately 1,000, and show mines (particularly in Canada) volcanoes and glaciers, a large collection of views of Mexico, the Laurentians, China, the Rockies, England and Palestine, as well as family and vacation scenes. Also included are two essays, and an outline for a third on the Christian life (1937), short reflexions on his activities from 1937 to 1942, a photocopy of his will (1943), clippings of articles where he is mentioned (1919-1942), and notices of his history of Christ Church Cathedral (1941). Adams' interest in the history of geology is reflected in a manuscript biography of A.R.C. Selwyn, for the centenary of the Geological Society of Edinburgh, and a handful of letters and notes on the early use of the word "geology" (1932). His post-retirement travels resulted in a manuscript essay on mining in Malaya.

Adams, Frank Dawson, 1859-1942

Frank Pentland Chambers

  • CA CAC 14
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1930

"Architectural Drawings, 1920-30, 4 drawings." The archive contains student drawings by Chambers, primarily of Italian architecture, as well as a design for a small museum submitted by Chambers in 1925 for the Tite Prize of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
"Photographs, n.d., ca. 70 photographs." Sculptures created by Chambers while he was was student at the Royal Academy and his submission for the The Prize are recorded on photographs.
"Personal Papers, n.d., 45 cm." Papers from Chambers' student years include notebooks on various subjects including German grammar, lectures on architectural aesthetics and a typescript of a murder mystery set in an artists' colony. The information about the photographs and the papers was taken from the McGill Universtity Archives guide, Vol. 2, page 15. The accession does not mention these items, nor does the file in the small collections drawer.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1920-1930, 4 dessins." Le fonds contient des dessins d'étudiant réalisés par Chambers, surtout d'architecture italienne, de même que le plan d'un petit musée proposé par Chambers en 1925 pour le Prix Tite du Royal Institute of British Architects.
"Photographies, s.d., environ 70 photos." Les photos rendent compte de sculptures réalisées par Chambers à l'époque où il était étudiant à la Royal Academy et du projet qu'il a soumis au Prix Tite.
"Documents personnels, s. d., 45 cm." Au nombre des documents qui datent des années d'études de Chambers, signalons des cahiers de notes sur divers sujets dont la grammaire allemande, des cours sur l'esthétique architecturale et le tapuscrit d'un roman policier dont l'action se situe dans une colonie artistique.

Chambers, Frank Pentland

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