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Site-Specific Information

Information about specific sites visited or studied by members of the Claude E. Garton Herbarium, as well as correspondence concerning their preservation and arranging visits.

Files A-K in Box 9; L-O in Box 10; O-P in Box 11; Q-S in Box 12; S-W in Box 13.

Next of Kin

Email from P Olmsted with the Subject line Clarification of next of kin from January 15, 2016 12:55:04 PM EST
-Information on Margaret Phillips’ family

Robert Bennett fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2009 - 2016

Records relate to the creation and development of the Orillia Campus.

LUF Annual General Meetings

The board and committee members would hold General Meetings which were open to all around the end of May/beginning of June every year to reflect on the year past and to plan for the year ahead. Folders divided by year.

Journal 71

Pages 1-4 Poetry doodles. Contains medical information and other sensitive information.

Margaret Phillips fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1931 - 2015

Margaret Phillips began her career in municipal recreation, and became an advocate and activist for feminist and social justice issues. She was a founder of the Northern Woman's Bookstore, an executive director of the Lakehead Social Planning Council, and on the board of directors of Inter Pares, among other work.

Photographs and Albums

Photographs and albums from Margaret Phillips' family and friends varying in date from sometime before the 1920's to 2015. Dates on folders are inferred as the majority of the photos are unlabeled or undated, with some exceptions.

Lakehead University Library Papers / Chief Librarian’s Office

  • Fonds
  • 1928 - 2015

These are the records of the Chief Librarian (University Librarian) of Lakehead University (Lakehead Technical Institute, Lakehead College of Arts, Science, and Technology.)

The records document the management and administration of the Lakehead University Library, including the construction of the Library building, policies, acquisitions, staffing, and more. Correspondence provides insight into the workings of the library during a period of library and academic expansion, computerization and transition.

The Chief Librarian had a significant role as a member of University administration, and participated on Faculty Council, Senate, and numerous committees. Records here reflect those bodies and their work throughout this time period, including proposed and new programs, enrollment, new construction, governance, and long range planning.

The Library's role in partnership with other organizations provincially, nationally, and internationally is also represented. Many libraries were adopting new technologies at this time, which allowed for more communications and cooperation, on projects including computerized cataloguing and inter-library loan.

The time period covered in these records includes major developments and changes within Lakehead University, and in the cultures and technologies of universities and libraries.

Election 2015

Includes brochures for Thunder Bay-Superior North candidates Andrew Foulds, Bruce Hyer, and Patty Hajdu, and a voting guide from Elections Canada.

House of Commons

Records of Rafferty's two terms in the House of Commons as NDP MP, 2008-2011 and 2011-2015. Includes press releases, speeches, video recordings, clippings, scrapbooks, and day-timers.

Autograph Book

Autograph book used for multiple events during Rafferty's time in the House of Commons.

Digital Records

Press releases, speeches, video of speeches in House of Commons, and biographical information.

David Belrose fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1964 - 2015

Records relate to the lives and rights of LGBTQ+ people and people living with HIV/AIDS in Northwestern Ontario and in Canada more broadly. Records reflect the work of Belrose as an individual, and in conjunction with the AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay (ACT-B); Gays of Thunder Bay; Northern Pride; Out and About; and more.

Includes publications, especially Thunder Gay Magazine, reACT-Believe, and FrontLine; notes, minutes, and correspondence related to formal and informal activism; and news coverage and current events in a variety of media.

The collection includes physical textual materials, video and audio cassettes, digital text, and digital audio and video recordings.

History - Canada - LGBT

Reference material related to LGBTQ+ rights and historical information, publications including LU’s Out Spoken.
Includes some homophobic material.


Awards, certificates, and other tokens of accomplishment and appreciation given to Margaret Phillips over her life time.

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