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Inter-Library Cooperation

Series consists of inter-university correspondence in the area of cooperation between the provincially-assisted universities to create a provincial library system in Ontario. Meeting minutes, reports, budget and salary surveys, task forces, questionnaires and cooperative projects include inter-university transit system, computerized cataloging, government documents project and cooperative union serials system.
Correspondence also includes telex messages with related societies and organizations.

Friends of Grain Elevators fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2008-2015

Voices of the Grain Trade oral history project:
"Our volunteer interview teams in Thunder Bay and Winnipeg did their best to collect voices reflecting all major facets of Canada's international grain trade. As a result, you will find interviews with farmers, researchers, plant breeders, company owners, and railway employees blended in with the stories of grain handlers, inspectors, lake shippers, regulators, builders, marketers, and many more. Our voices are spread from Quebec City to Victoria, with the highest concentrations being from Thunder Bay and Winnipeg."

The records include audio recordings of oral history interviews, accompanied by transcripts and releases.

[Lakehead University 2015 Convocation information]

correspondence regarding: accepting our invitation to receive a honourary doctorate from Lakehead University February 20,2015

Lakehead University 51st Convocation 2015 Thunder Bay, Ontario

Lakehead University 51st Convocation 2015 Thunder Bay, Ontario

Lakehead University 51st Convocation 2015 Thunder Bay, Ontario

Lakehead University Diploma holder

Consignment + Miscellaneous

Lakehead Alumni Summer 2015 Volume 32 Number 1

Receipt

Newspaper Page - Thunder Bay Post - May 17, 1999 Bookstore a place to share women’s voices in literature

Save, Save, Save … But At What Cost by Maureen Ford with help from Barbara Bennett of Gurley, Alabama

Newspaper articles on the Northern Woman’s Bookstore and OPG nuclear waste dump unwelcome

Receipt

Feminist Bookstores’ Fall Catalog Books

Feminist Bookstores’ Catalog

Lakehead University Administration

Series consists of administrative files held by the Principal and Office of the Chief Librarian including faculty council minutes and correspondence, reports, policies and budgets created by the Academic Senate and its various committees. Also includes correspondence created by affiliated agencies.
Topics include proposed programs, enrollment, admission requirements, space allocation, governing post-secondary education and capital grants for future buildings and an ambitious five year plan.

Constituents

Correspondence with constituents, 2007-2015. Includes letters, thank-you cards, and postcards.

Research and Activism

Consists of files on a variety of issues affecting LGBTQ+ people in Northwestern Ontario particularly, and in Canada and worldwide. Files include correspondence, news clippings, and documents. Many files on local issues include material authored by Belrose.

Also includes records of local groups including Gays of Thunder Bay (1980-1993), Out and About, BGLLU, Pride Central, Northern Pride youth group, and AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay / AIDS Thunder Bay.

Day-Timers

Six planner/calendars illustrating Rafferty's schedule and appointments 2010-2015.

Georgian College

Records relating to Lakehead's planned collaborations with Georgian College for programs and facilities.

Business Records

Documents regarding the business side of the bookstore. Includes financial material, flyers, newsletters, government documents, and others.

[Correspondence 1983 - 2014]

Correspondence Regarding: Order, Little Sisters Book and Art Emporium v. Commissioner of Customs and Revenue and Minister of National Revenue, Book called Rising, and Don't Tax.

[Purple Folder]

Correspondence on Novel

Notes: Party/Event Planning

Flyer for Night of Words Event

Cover Northern Woman's Journal Vol. 8, No. 3 1984

Northern Woman's Bookstore We're Celebrating 30 years (1984 - 2014)

Book Poster

Social Policy and Activism

Records, documents, and correspondence relating to Margaret Phillips's work on social policy and rights in Thunder Bay and internationally. Includes her work with Lakehead Social Planning Council, Northern Ontario Women's Decade Council, Thunder Bay Literacy Group, and more. Much of her focus is on women's rights and issues affecting women in Northwestern Ontario and worldwide.

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