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The series consists of working files that were accumulated by Development and Alumni Services for publicity and administrative purposes. Included are files that pertain to Convocation, High School Recruitment, Residence Reunions and Anniversaries. Also includes branch, chapter, and affiliate branch event material. Records include correspondence, brochures, reports, programs, newsletters, flyers, directories, invitations, newspaper articles, budgetary considerations, Ephemera, minutes, registration forms and graduation lists. Slides are a send-off presentation representing athletics, campus activities, Ottawa, residence, student life, and services.
The series consists of files accumulated and created by Development and Alumni Services for the purposes of publicity. Accession 1997-18 and 1997-8 were used in the production of the Alumni News publication. Accession 1997-44, and 2000-37 consists of 1995 spring and fall convocation and they were taken by Chappell Studios of Ottawa. Accession 1998-13 consists of Artwork for Alumni Magazine. Accession 1997-34 consists of images of Alumni events, alumni, convocation, campus and staff. Also includes dry mounted reproduction photographs in various sizes, probably used for an exhibit.
Fonds consists of records that were created, accumulated and maintained by Development and Alumni Services for the purposes of administration and publicity. Records include correspondence, reports, budgetary considerations, working files, newspaper articles, minutes, programs, magazines, handwritten notes, pamphlets, flyers, videos and Ephemera. Several series contain the records of this fonds.
Carleton University. Development and Alumni Services
The series consists of files accumulated by Development and Alumni Services for administrative purposes. Records include correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, minutes, questionnaires, membership lists and financial statements.
When Dr. Henry Marshall Tory, the founder of Carleton University envisioned the formation of a new university, he gathered around him a group of prominent citizens who were dedicated to assist in the establishment of this new institution of higher learning. These men became the first members of the Associates of Carleton and meetings were held each year.
The series consists of records created and accumulated by the Department as they carry out their mandate. These records include meeting information, information about general administrative matters and publications.
The series consists of files created by Development and Alumni Services for administrative purposes. Records include correspondence, pamphlets, posters, newspaper articles, proposals, minutes, reports, mailing lists, budgetary considerations, gift logs, records of bequests, handwritten notes, as well as, donation and corporate pledge correspondence.