Access to Archives, Fall 2022
Access to the Archives is currently by appointment only. Appointments must be made ahead of time, and access on particular dates and times is not guaranteed. There are currently no restrictions on access to the Chancellor Paterson Library building.
Remote research services will also continue. Assistance with research questions and limited digitization on demand are available, though we cannot guarantee a specific completion time. Contact Sara Janes at email@example.com if you have requests or would like more information about what might be available.
Many digitized images are available for public viewing on our Digital Collections page.
Up-to-date information on all library services can be found on the Lakehead University Library website.
The Archives is sharing digitized film and video on YouTube. You can see it all one one playlist. New video is being uploaded regularly.
Find out how you can share your photographs of the Finnish Labour Temple with the future, by contributing to a digital collection. You can also view the collection to date.
New descriptions are available for the Lakehead Unitarian Fellowship fonds, the Cairine Budner fonds, the North of Superior Tourism Association fonds, the Finnish Labour Temple Time Capsule, and the Claude Liman fonds .
Our Digital Collections page is the best way to access digitized material. Check it out to see 4500+ images of this region's history, with more added regularly.
Web Archives Collections are also available online. You can access web material from Lakehead University and from organizations across Northwestern Ontario.
For an overview of the Archives' collections, see the "Archives at Lakehead University" guide.
To learn more about doing archival research in Thunder Bay, see the "Research in Archives (Thunder Bay, Canada, and Around the World)" guide.
Find out how you can donate records to the Archives.