Series is comprised primarily of correspondence between Norman Fenn and his family reflecting his experiences while he was serving with the American Field Service Volunteer Ambulance Unit (1943-1945) and the American Friends Service Committee (1945-1948) in India and the surrounding area. Correspondents include his parents (Jeanette Fenn, née Dingman and Herbert Fenn) , his brother and Sister-in-Law (John and Margaret Fenn), as well as extended family.
This material contains the collection of Blair Neatby's research notes while writing the book Creating Carleton. Within this fonds the series consist of: Topical files, Early drafts and Interviews. There are eleven sub-series within the topical files series.
Within this series topical files there are the sub-series: Universities and government, Carleton history, schools and departments, topical, Carleton 1990's, miscellaneous, study of higher educations, buildings, faculty and administration, students, Ontario universities research notes, new university government and biographical.
This series consists of various minutes, reports and other material pertaining to meetings of the University Senate, the Faculty Board, and the Student Aid Committee; as well as 13 student directory handbooks, dating from 1948-1967. Some professional correspondence and convocation documents are also included, along with a copy of Dr. Morton's obituary notice, dated November 26, 1987. Dr. Morton died on October 20, 1987.
The fonds consist of minutes, correspondence, reports and 13 student directory handbooks. The records relate to Dr. Morton's involvement in Senate, the Student Aid Committee, Student Personal Services Committee, Faculty meetings, and Convocation. In addition to this there is some general correspondence, the handbooks, and Dr. Morton's obituary.
The fonds consist of records created and accumulated by Maureen McTeer documenting her professional life as a public spokesperson, author and educator on issues of genetic science and women's health sciences. Series include: Science education (1999-2001), Women's health and advocacy: Publications and public engagements (1976-2001), and Personal ephemera (1990-1996).
Series consists of personal ephemera accumulated by Maureen McTeer throughout her professional life as a public spokesperson and educator. Includes I.D. badges, personal schedules, photographs and a brass name plate.