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Chancellor

This series consists of one convocation robe, worn by Ramon Hnatyshyn at the convocation ceremony in 2002.

Diaries and scrapbooks

This series consists of yearly diaries kept by Richard Hoff, which detail his appointments, notes, errands, travels, observances, and other daily engagements and activities; they also contain ticket stubs and newspaper clippings, mainly in the form of obituary notices. In addition, there are nine German Language Club scrapbooks (1947-1986). These contain meeting and event notices and related newspaper clippings, posters, number of attendees at meetings, lists of club officers and exhibition notices. The Ottawa scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings from local papers about Ottawa and its history.

Miscellaneous files

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.

General files

This series consists of textual records created and accumulated by OPIRG in the course of their activities, from the 1970s through to 1994. Material from local chapters as well as provincial-level records are included as follows: organizational, planning and budgetary records; correspondence; reports; newsletters; press releases and issues sheets; meeting minutes and notices; event posters and leaflets; and press clippings and other historical documentation. Documents specific to OPIRG-Carleton include press clippings, Crosscurrents scripts and Charlatan articles.

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.

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