The fonds consists of 17 series that document the academic life and interests of Sydney Wise. The series include: Academic notes (1946-1959); Queen's University (1955-1966); New Democratic Party (1961-1965); Sports history (1972-1974); Book reviews, articles, etc. (1957-1974); Carleton courses (1967-1978); RCAF Chapter briefings (1963-1987); RCAF history (1914-1991); Historical associations, Societies and Boards (1965-1995); Committees (1971-1995); Carleton Committees and speaking engagements (1976-1995); Recommendations, appraisals and criticisms (1966-1995); Graduate studies and advising (1967-1990); The Long vacation (1914-1918); Video collection (1992-2002); Miscellaneous (1986-2007); and Personal files (1953-1995). The series files have been arranged according to the series numbers (where available) designated by Professor Wise's office secretary in the Directorate of History Department of National Defence. When these numbers are not present the files have been arranged chronologically.
Fonds consists of material created and accumulated by Susan Buggey pertaining to her work in landscape history and cultural landscapes. The fonds is comprised of three series: Heritage and cultural landscape material (1909-2016), Indigenous cultural landscapes research (1978-2014), and International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) reference material (1981-2013).
The fonds consists of records created by or received by St. Patrick's College with specific emphasis on the period leading up to the transfer to Carleton University. This fonds is comprised of eleven series: Academic records (1932-1967); Administration files (1941-1979); Alumni records (1959-1977); Chronological files (1965-1978); Committee records (1967-1978); Contracts (1972-1973); Convocation files (1954-1978); General correspondence and memos (1964-1978); Miscellaneous material (1929-1979); Publications (1945-1977); School of Social Welfare.
St. Patrick's College
Photograph of Harry Stevenson Southam, ca. 195?
The fonds consists of 4 series that document the history of Sinfonia Ottawa. The series include: Organization (1998-2013), Musicians (1999-2012), Finances & Fundraising (1997-2012) , Concerts (1999-2012).
Sinfonia Musica Orchestra
Fonds consists of one series, the convocation series.
Carleton University. Senate office
The fonds consists of records created and received by the School of Social Work. The fonds consists of one series: Historical Files.
Carleton University. Faculty of Public Affairs. School of Social Work
Series consists of 24 audio reels of various sizes. The Recordings include lectures, seminars and press coverage conducted by various members of the School of Canadian Studies.
Carleton University. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. School of Canadian Studies
This fonds consists of one series: Carleton ice hockey equipment used by Mr. Smith and donated by Ruth L. Smith.