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Books and printed memorabilia

This series contains four monographs and a binder of prime ministerial memorabilia, including coins, an Orange Young Britons ribbon, a deed of sale and photographs. The monographs in this series consist of: Life and times of the Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald by Joseph Edmund Collins, History of the rebellion in Wexford by George Taylor, Rules and orders of the House of Commons, and The greatest Englishmen of history by Arthur Meighen.

General political memorabilia

This series contains textual and graphic material as well as physical ephemera of Canadian political memorabilia collected by Barry Wilson during his 30 years working as a journalist for the Western Producer, many of which bear signatures of Canadian prime ministers.

General correspondence

Series consists of both incoming and outgoing correspondence related to the day to day operation of the Ottawa Ladies' College. Included in the correspondence are letters addressed to William Moore and Alex E. Mac Rae. Also, there are two letters from Anna Buchan (sister of John Buchan) to Mrs. Chas. Thornburn (member of the Ottawa Ladies' College Board of Trustees).

Carleton College football ephemera

The series consists of a leather Raven's football jacket, a Letterman "C", a beanie, a scrapbook with newspaper clippings and football programs from the 1953 season.

Notebook

This series consists of one leather-bound notebook in which Art Avian recorded progress of work on the Mackenzie Engineering building in diary format, between May 1963 and February 1964.

Chronological Dossiers

The series consists of materials extracted from the Biographical Dossiers and rearranged by year and month. Either for personal or historical reasons, Batchinsky selected materials he considered most important: correspondence, photographs, clippings, whole newspapers and documents. Where they exist, his notes of such transfers, written on various containers, are filed at the front of the year.

The monthly Chronological Dossiers (CD) form the second major file created by Batchinsky. They consist of about four hundred folders on contemporary events spanning the periods of 1914-1968.

Lev Yurkevych

This series consists of photographs

Lev Yurkevych was a prominent member of the Ukrainian intelligentsia in tsarist Ukraine, a prolific writer on the national question and socialism, a well-known social democrat, and actively involved in publishing. Along with Volodymyr Vynnychenko (a leading Ukrainian social democrat) and Iurii Tyshchenko, they established the Dzvin publishing house in 1907.

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