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Topical files

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.

Theatre documents and ephemera

Series is comprised of material created or accumulated by Robert Handforth pertaining to various aspects of theatre. Series includes: programs for theatre performances in Ottawa and Toronto in the late sixties and early to mid-seventies, including Stratford, and from the Festival of Underground Theatre; playscripts by other writers including Bryan Wade, Carol Bolt, and Lawrence Russell, and Peter Handke; playscripts for plays written by Handforth including a version of Alice, and the Island of Dr. Moreau; director’s copies of plays Handforth directed, with his notes, including Interview, the production that won the Canadian University Drama League competition in 1969 and subsequently was bought by Young People’s Theatre in Toronto for a school tour; as well as material pertaining to theatre in general.

The North-South Institute

This series is comprised of material created or accumulated by John W. Foster in relation to his position as a Principal Researcher in Civil Society/Governance at The North-South Institute in Ottawa, Ontario (2000-2009).

The Long vacation

The series consists of a number of sub-series. These sub-series include division records, pre-December 1917, chronology, archival research, and Canada corps research.

Sydney Wise had complied research regarding the Canadian World War I effort between 1917-1918. The research has been brought together in such a way that is focused around Canadian involvement in the Battle of Amiens and the "Hundred Day Offensive". Sydney Wise compiled this research through trips to the Australian War Memorial Museum, the Australian National Library and the National Archives of Canada.

The Imperialism of Righteousness Thesis Research Materials

Series consists of 193 hand painted glass lantern slides ranging from 1892 – 1948 of pre-union Methodist and Presbyterian mission work in China which were previously managed by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stephenson. As well as Dr. Foster’s PhD thesis (The Imperialism of Righteousness: Canadian Protestant Missions and the Chinese Revolution: 1925-1928) from the University of Toronto in 1976.

The Grand Traverse Civic Centre

This series consists of: building schematic design reports, space programming reports, systems product research, specifications of work, correspondence, soils report, light fixture submittals, site instructions, meeting minutes, vision session notes, drawings, dome project plans and schedules.

Completed in 2001, the Grand Traverse Civic Centre was built in Grand Traverse, Michigan. This multi-use facility was built as a cultural meeting place. However, also included in the building are a basketball court, gymnasium, and a running track.

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