- CA BU MG063
2 photographs by Professor Sauerbrei. Unidentified
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2 photographs by Professor Sauerbrei. Unidentified
The family papers of Christopher Rawson contain correspondence, pamphlets, photographs, and ephemera pertaining to Bishop's College and Quebec City in the 1860's, 1870's and early 1880's.
Canada Games 2013
Photographs of Bishop's University campus, Canada Games 2013, and Townships scenery (postcards)
Paulette, Robert E., M.D. (1930-2020)
The fonds is comprised of:
Distinguished Educator Award at OISEUT (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto), February 18, 1999, awards ceremony photographs. Dr. Jeffrey D. Jefferis was a recipient of the DEA for 1998. The Minister of Education was present at the ceremony including a group from Bishop's, Tom and Barbara Matthews, and Carol Mooney. Photographs included: photograph taken by the Institute of the other Award winners and their nominators, the platform party, the group from Bishop's, and a photograph of Graham Jackson and Michael Jackson at the podium presenting Dr. Jefferis. On Saturday April 10th, Graham Jackson, Michael Jackson and a few friends of Dr. Jefferis met at the Central Park Lodge in St. Lambert to present him with the Award which had been brought back from the ceremony. Also present were Bill Young, John and Joan Netten, Jo Visser, Jack and Aline Visser, and Genevieve Racette. Photographs of this occasion are also included.
Jackson, Michael J.B.
"Midsummer Night's Dream" -a collection of fifteen pencil and water colour posters, measuring approximately 18"x12", depicting characters from Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Artist -Tondino.
"Hostage" - a collection of four pencil and water colour posters, measuring approximately 20"x 16", depicting characters from the play "Hostage." Artist Tondino
Sketches: Unnamed -Tondino 1978
Plans: Stage settings Note: Director J. Roberts
The fonds contains source material on a series of arts festivals held at Bishop's University during the 1970's, specifically Festival '70 and Festival '71. Included are programmes, announcements, correspondence, and newspaper clippings, in addition to handmade posters bearing the signatures of various prominent Canadian authors, poets, artists, etc.
Correspondence pertaining to the Fourth Commonwealth Education Conference held in Lagos, Nigeria, February 26 to March 9, 1968. Mr. C. Wynne Dickson was at the time Associate Deputy Minister of Education, Province of Quebec. He participated as a member of the Canadian delegation.
Dickson, C. Wynne
Administrative papers (Assistant to the Principal) 1971-1986
Geography Department: Annual Report 1968-1995; Arboretum and reforestation 1994; Cycling Path 1995; Field trips; Programme review 1995; Publications/publicity 1990-1996; Watershed study 1995
Floods - newspaper clippings 1982
photographs: - field trips: various locations including Peter Curry Marsh field trip 1994, Asbestos Thetford, 1985, Dufferin Heights, Gravel pits Beebe, Graniteville quarry, local sugaring-off with students.
Booth, J. Derek, b. 1944
Diploma. Bishop's D.C.L. 1967, with "A Citation for Harold Greville Smith on the occasion of the conferring upon him of the degree of Doctor of Civil Law (Honoris Causa) on Saturday, May 27, 1967. By Anthony W. Preston.
H. Greville Smith
Memoir entitled "Events at Bishop's 1967-68, by Peter J. Yearwood, editor of The Campus."
Yearwood, Peter J.
Series 1 consists of various types of Bishop's memorabilia between teh years 1965-1971.
Series 2 consists of letters received during James Sweeny's Masters thesis research on the history of Divinity. Includes letters from individual Bede members (Guild of the Venerable Bede) who taught at Bishop's 1921-1972. Includes additional related items.
Leslie Porteous Chisholm fonds
Fonds gives evidence to student activities at Bishop's University from 1965 to 1967, specifically new student orientation, drama, and Carnival events. Includes:
Chisholm, Leslie Porteous
Jones, Alan Watkin
Bishop's jacket and LP recording of The Grate Escape (Carnival 1965).
The annual Bishop’s Winter Carnival of 1964 was highlighted by the musical revue "The Grate Escape", written by four students: John Piper ’65, Douglas Tees ’65, Ace Henderson ’65 and John Martland ’64. “Drink a Toast to Bishop’s University" was the grand finale. A recording of the revue was made with a local orchestra, and over the years the exuberant finale song has gained popularity and become known as the Bishop's School Song, or Raise a Toast. It is sung regularly at football games and other university events. In 1995 Douglas Tees heard the song at a football game for the first time since 1964, after which he reflected, "I was delighted to discover what our song had become.”
Exercise books with notes taken by student Jane Edwards for courses during the 1962-1966 period, including History, Political Science, and Psychology. Some term papers and exams are also included.
The fonds is a photographic record of the buildings of Bishop's University from 1962 to 1993, comprised of approximately 100 colour slides. All images were taken by Geography professor W. Gillies Ross.
Ross, W. Gillies
Davies, Louise Collins
Royal Canadian Air Force Certificate of Service. Jean Sandra Cumming, Leading Airwoman, Primary Reserve (RTTP) - Auxiliary Clerk Administration. Honourably released. Dated 1961.
Cumming, Jean Sandra
Fonds contains information pertaining to Bishop's University Polar Bear Womens' Hockey Team records, consisting of schedules, reunions, statistics (1960-1982), correspondence, memos, game/score sheets and photographs.
Ansell, Alan Leslie
Rider, Lillian Madelyn
Fonds contains: photographs of events at Bishop's University during the early 1950's and one felt pennant featuring the Bishop's crest.
Photographs featured in the Bishop's University yearbook of 1950
Morrison, Alex J.
Fonds (First accession) includes: Correspondence attesting to the many contributions, financial and otherwise, of Philip H. Scowen; 6 photographs, including Convocation, W.B. Scott (inscribed by Scott to Philip Scowen, 1961), sod-turning 1949; Citation for Philip Harry Scowen - conferment of DCL, May 27, 1961; newspaper clippings; 3 issues of The Campus (1949-1951); items of clothing including 4 ties and a purple and white frosh cap; 4 large Bishop's cheering signs (black paint on white cloth), including one which reads "Bishop's Conference Champs 54-55-56"; a white hard-hat featuring the Bishop's crest and Philip Scowen's name.
Second accession includes:
Dr. Philip Harry Scowen:
Sherbrooke Record, 1968
DCL recipient at Bishop's, 1961
50 years old, 1956
44 years old, 1950
32 years old, 1938 (photo by Notman)
Mrs. Eulah Ammis Reed Scowen:
Robin Watt portrait, 1962
50 years old, 1950
Philip Herbert Scowen:
40 years old, 1977
Bishop's University graduation 1959
undated photo by Nakash, close to Bishop's graduation
1958 May. Official opening of Queen Elizabeth Hotel with Guy Lombardo and Royal Canadians. Group photo: Philip Herbert Scowen, Judy Lebaron, Paul Turner, and one other unidentified person.
wedding photos, dancing: Mary Anne Winterer and Philip Herbert Scowen, male guests 1956
Trinity College School, 1953
15 years old, 1952
10 years old, Selwyn House School Boy Scouts photo, 1947
5 years old, 1942
*descriptive captions taken from style of the donor as attached to photographs
Philip Herbert Scowen:
President of Athletics, 1959
Bishop's minor award, 1958
Westmount High School, 1955-1956
Bishop's University diploma B.A. 1959
Scowen, Philip Harry, 1906-1989
Jowitt, John Alan
Single item fonds consists of the Last Will of Miss Louise Hoddinott of Eaton Corner, leaving to Bishop's College School and University, half of her property. Dated April 5th, 1948.
Hoddinott, Louise May