King, Peter John
King, Peter John
The fonds consists of 8 series and 22 sub-series that document the de Carle family monument business founded by Lancelot de Carle in the 1850s and moved to Brockville, Ontario in 1861, and the lives of the de Carle and Grant families. The series and sub-series include: Order and inventory records (1862-1965): Inscription books (1862-1955), order pads (1916-1958), Miscellaneous inscriptions, Stone order books (1888-1940) and Inventory books (1909-1924, 1940-1965); Financial records (1856-1975): Account books (1856-1953), Employee time and payroll books (1864-1960), Combined statements of accounts (1897-1903, 1912-1925, 1927, 1929), Receipts (1889-1895), Bank books (1883-1895, 1932-1937, 1945-1956), Cancelled cheques and promissory notes (1877, 1890-1907, 1915-1924, 1932-1938), Cheque stubs (1924-1927, 1932-1939, 1973-1975); Miscellaneous business records; Brockville Cemetery Management (1854-1936); Graphic records: Gravestone photographs, Designs and design books, Family and business photographs, and Wholesale catalogs and advertising matter; Correspondence (1865-1981): Letterbooks (1886-1933), Incoming correspondence (1865-1981), Aberdeen correspondence (1892-1919); Family records (1868- 1975): Family/personal - de Carle (1868-1939), Family/personal - Grant (1935-1975), Brockville and the Township of Elizabethtown, School notebooks (1872-1880, 1902-1903), Ontario Business College (1875-1881), Newspapers (1880-1979), General publications (1815-1962); and Miscellaneous material.
de Carle (family)
Fond consists of one series: Saint Patrick's College memorabilia (1967-1971).
Fonds consists of material created or accumulated by Joanne MacDonald pertaining to her activities in and research on Indigenous issues. The fonds is divided into three series: Land claims and repatriation ; the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples; and Indigenous self-government.
Fonds consists of the eulogy for David Dunton by Fraser MacDougall.
This fonds consists of nine series: Council of Ontario Universities, Library Committees, Faculty Boards, Committee on Admissions and Studies, Science Faculty, Science Faculty Board, Senate, Department of Chemistry and Miscellaneous committees.
Laughton, Paul M.
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Mildred MacDonald while working for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
This fonds is comprised of 3 series. Series 1 contains correspondence primarily to do with MacOdrum's time as a Presbyterian Minister in the Maritimes. There is also some personal correspondence relating to his time at Dalhousie University. Series 2 contains diaries of Maxwell MacOdrum, his father Donald MacOdrum, and one diary from Martha (Maxwell) MacOdrum. Series 3 contains material pertaining to Maxwell MacOdrum and the MacOdrum family. Contents include: 2 scrapbooks, 1 photo album, and ephemeral material.
MacOdrum, Murdoch Maxwell
The fonds consists of research files created, used, and accumulated by Donald McEown in the production of Creating Carleton: The Shaping of a University and similar projects.
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).