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Apartments and hotels

This series primarily consists of architectural drawings produced by Hans L. Stutz The major projects contained in this series include: Cartier Place, Cartier Towers Apartment Building, Apartment Building for R.E. de Champlain, Presland Street Apartment Building, The Carriage House Hotel, Perth Plaza Motel, Apartment Building at Rue St. Raymond, Portland Senior Citizen Units, and other Miscellaneous Apartment Buildings.

Area Conservation Program

Series consists of records created and accumulated by the Heritage Canada Foundation in relation to their Area Conservation Program and subsequent neighbourhood conservation. Records include internal and external correspondence, property files, studies, and reports.

Articles and reprints

This series consists of articles, reprints, essays and speeches created and collected by the Honourable Brooke Claxton, including copies of several 1956 issues of the Carleton College Alumni newsletter.

Artist dossiers: Les Peintres du Roi exhibition catalogue

This series is comprised primarily of photographs supplemented by some documents concerning the Reception Pieces (Painting) to the Acad?©mie Royale de peinture et de sculpture, arranged alphabetically from A to Z. The documents were used in the creation of "Les Peintres du Roi: 1648-1793" exhibition catalogue (Tours & Toulouse, 2000)

Asian / Pan-Asian Conference

The series consists of records created and accumulated while Tepper organized and participated in a conference on Asian and Pan-Asian economics.

Associates of Carleton Annual Dinner

The series consists of files accumulated by Development and Alumni Services for administrative purposes. Records include correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, minutes, questionnaires, membership lists and financial statements.

When Dr. Henry Marshall Tory, the founder of Carleton University envisioned the formation of a new university, he gathered around him a group of prominent citizens who were dedicated to assist in the establishment of this new institution of higher learning. These men became the first members of the Associates of Carleton and meetings were held each year.

Associations, commissions, and community involvement

Series consists of correspondence, a biography of the Ottawa Historical Society, material related to the Canadian Society of Medievalists, and speeches and submissions on aging and health care. The series also contains a study Labarge wrote entitled, "The Cultural Tradition of Canadian Women", which was commissioned by the Royal Commission on the Status Of Women.

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