The Old Lennoxville Golf Club/ Le Vieux Club de Golf Lennoxville. Season Tags (Christine Ljungkull and Doug MacAulay);
Gaiters Men's Basketball finals: March 21, 1998, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Includes official programme, tickets, and Daily Newsletter of the CIAU Basketball Championship (3 issues);
Bishop's University Campaign "Partners in Learning" - apron
"This Campaign's Cooking!"; Granite coaster bearing the Bishop’s crest, green and gold - awarded to campaign canvassing volunteer, Doug MacAulay, husband of Christine Ljungkull, at the Capital Campaign Banquet held [to be verified];
Gaiterization 1998 - laundry bag;
2 invitation cards to Bishop's events;
Lennoxville Golf Club t-shirt;
Bishop's football socks;
t-shirt: 1994 Churchill Bowl, Gaiters vs. UWO;
Photographs: football/fans/"Melonhead" - Cameron Hughes '93, construction and opening of Gazebo 1993; snow sculptures 1993; official re-opening of McGreer Hall; BU Birthday party/cake, December 8, 1993; Time-capsule Sesqui project; Fine Arts Party 1987.
Homecoming beer bottle Fall 2008.
Pin: Partners in Learning, Bishop's University Campaign;
Glass mug: Bishop's Gaiters, Men's Basketball National Champions, 1998.
The fonds contains some source material on the musical career of Marie Aimée Warrot from 1930 to 1967. It consists of documentary materials of various types, including biographical information, correspondence, newspaper clippings and reviews, recital programmes, photographs, scrapbooks, and various other items. It is comprised of the following series:
Biographical information (c1971),
Photographs & Franz Liszt daguerreotype print (1939-1954),
Newspaper clippings and reviews (1942-1973),
Programmes of piano recitals (1930-1955),
Emile Sauer music composition (1913),
Emile Sauer sound recording,
Ludwig van Beethoven last will and testament reproduction,
Frédéric Chopin hand casting (1949),
Frédéric Chopin bronze medallions (1949),
Les Grand Interprètes: Wilhelm Backhaus (1958), Pablo Casals (1955), Alfred Cortot (1955), Edwin Fischer (1954), Walter Gieseking (1954), Wilhelm Kempff (1954), Yehudi Menuhin - Georges Enesco (1955), Andrès Segovia (1955).