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Professor Alan Brunger fonds. Additions

  • 21-001
  • Fonds
  • 1775-2017

This fonds consists of research in the 19th and 20th century Canadian historical geography, specifically emigration and settlement from British Isles to Upper Canada, the Trent Canal use during WWII, the environmental and cultural consequences of flooding from the Trent Canal dam in the late 19th century, and research on Bon Echo, Algonquin, and Banff National Parks. Research is also included on European migration and land settlement patterns and processes in Cape Province, South Africa in the early 19th century and in Western Australia in the early 20th century. Included in the research materials are several maps, a small collection of photo negatives, and microfilm reels.

Alan Brunger

Professor Alfred Tennyson De Lury fonds

  • 80-016
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1939

The fonds consists of original and copies of letters from Elizabeth C. Yeats, William Butler Yeats, J.B. Yeats, George Russell and others to Professor A.T. De Lury relating to Irish literature, poetry, and Irish politics. It includes some typescript copies and photocopies of all letters. The topics covered by the correspondence include Caula Press, Abbey Theatre, Irish theatre as well as other topics.

Alfred Tennyson De Lury

Professor Allan L. Sherwin fonds

  • 15-001
  • Fonds
  • ca. 2001-ca. 2013

Fonds consists of Professor Allan L. Sherwin’s research materials relating to the biography of Bridging Two Peoples: Chief Peter E. Jones, 1843-1909 and the nineteenth and early twentieth century history of the Mississaugas (Ojibwe) of the New Credit First Nation of Hagersville, Ontario. The research materials consist primarily of photocopies of original documents including letters and papers from Library and Archives Canada, the Archives of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation and various other publications. Copies of correspondence between Dr. Jones and Prime Minister John A. Macdonald, copies of The Indian, the newspaper edited by Dr. Jones and writings of various Aboriginal writers are included. Interspersed within the files is correspondence with other academics especially Canadian Historian Professor Donald B. Smith, the author of the classic biography of Dr. Peter E. Jones’s father entitled Sacred Feathers: The Reverend Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians.

Allan L. Sherwin

Professor Anne Innis Dagg fonds

  • 03-1000
  • Fonds
  • [photocopied 2003]

Fonds consists of four photocopied letters written by Anne Innis (Dagg) in 1949 from Camp Tanamakoon to her mother. A further original letter was added in June 2004.

Anne Innis Dagg

Professor Barbara Rooke fonds

  • 82-008
  • Fonds
  • 1945-1978

The fonds consists of lecture notes, correspondence and records related to Professor Barbara Rooke and her membership in the Department of English at Trent University.

Barbara Rooke

Professor Barbara Rooke fonds. Additions

  • 88-021
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1940-1975]

This addition to the fonds consists of the research work of Professor Barbara Rooke with special reference to Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his works.

Barbara Rooke

Professor Brian Heeney fonds

  • 81-010
  • Fonds
  • 1976

This fonds consists of corrected proofs and original annotated typescript of a book by Professor Brian Heeney titled A Different Kind of Gentleman: Parish Clergy as Professional Men in Early and Mid-Victorian England. The book constitutes Volume V of the Studies in British History and Culture Series, published for The Conference on British Studies and Wittenburg University by Archon Books.

Brian Heeney

Professor Bruce Hodgins fonds

  • 93-013
  • Fonds
  • 1966 - 1990

This fonds consists of Professor Bruce Hodgins' speeches, student files and records relating to the Frost Centre at Trent University.

Bruce Hodgins

Professor David Kettler fonds

  • 81-017
  • Fonds
  • 1969-1979

This fonds consists of the personal records of Professor David Kettler relating to his membership in the Julian Blackburn College Academic Advisory Board and to the development of the Social Theory Program at Trent University. Included in the fonds are correspondence, minutes, reports, proposals, financial and budget records, and course and curriculum proposals.

David Kettler

Professor David Macmillan collection

  • 05-003 (revised)
  • Collection
  • 1680-1920

This collection is comprised of disparate documents collected by Professor David Macmillan. The scope of the papers is primarily North America, 1680 to 1920.

David Macmillan

Professor David Macmillan collection. Additions

  • 08-012 (Revised)
  • Collection
  • 1612-1931

Collection consists of disparate materials collected by Professor Macmillan who was a philatelist. The correspondence and documents pertain to writers in Great Britain and the British Empire. The subject matter ranges from military campaigns between the British and the French, mutiny in the West Indies and India and the sugar and slave trade in the West Indies. Subjects of letters include: battles in India, trade routes in West Indies and Asia; wars with France, Spain, and Austria.

David Macmillan

Professor David Macmillan fonds

  • 90-001 (revised)
  • Fonds
  • 1757-1978 ; predominant 1821-1870

This fonds consists of correspondence, research notes and original documents which were collected by Professor David Macmillan during his research. Items such as voters' lists for Victoria County, Ontario and a series of broadsides advertising land in Victoria County; documents from the Hudson's Bay Company, East Indies; minutes from the Barbados Board of Legislative Council, a Sydney Australia Company, and the Sydney Australian Committee of the New Steam Company; and a number of reproduction engravings and prints are included in the fonds. Also included in the fonds is a copy of Macmillan's 1964 Ph.D. thesis: "The Scottish Australian Connection..." and assorted pamphlets relating to New South Wales. Genealogical resource.

David Macmillan

Professor David Macmillan fonds. Additions

  • 94-002 (revised)
  • Fonds
  • 1712-1960

This addition to the fonds consists of correspondence, research notes and photographs as well as manuscripts of Professor David S. Macmillan while he was researching topics and papers for publication or lectures.

David Macmillan

Professor Dawn L. Smith fonds

  • 14-008
  • Fonds
  • 1981-1997

Fonds consists of Professor Dawn L. Smith's research on the Spanish Golden Age Theatre revival, post-Franco 1975-1996. The collection includes research materials, newspaper clippings, theatre bulletins, correspondence, notes, and published articles. Also included are copies of two books: Historia de los Teatros Nacionales 1939-1962 and Cuatro Siglos de Teatro en Madrid.

Dawn L. Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds

  • 86-001
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1981

This fonds consists of correspondence with Board of Governors of Trent University and other Trent records. It also contains research records for book a by Professor Denis Smith: Bleeding Hearts, Bleeding Country and records relating to his editorialship of "Canadian Forum".

Denis Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds. Additions

  • 02-012
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2000

Fonds consists of correspondence, reserach notes and manuscripts created by Professor Denis Smith during his career as a university professor, political science commentator and author. Materials in this fonds relate to Gentle Patriot (biography of Walter Gordon); Diplomacy of Fear (Canadian/American relations during the period of the cold war). Also included are materials generated by Smith as editor of the Canadian Forum and the Journal of Canadian Studies.

Denis Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds. Additions

  • 14-010
  • Fonds
  • 1971-2013

Fonds is comprised of research materials, correspondence and manuscript drafts related to Professor Denis Smith's books The Prisoners of Cabrera: Napoleon's Forgotten Soldiers, 1809-1814 and General Miranda’s Wars: Turmoil and Revolt in Spanish America, 1750-1816. Also included are reviews, correspondence, and newspaper clippings pertaining to various other books and articles by Smith, and materials pertaining to Trent University.

Denis Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds. Additions

  • 89-009
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1976

This addition to the fonds consists of records forwarded to the Archives via the office of the Journal of Canadian Studies in 1988 which were apparently generated by Professor Denis Smith. Most files relate to Trent University, its founding and architectural history, and areas of interest to Professor Smith such as the Committee For An Independent Canada and the Canadian Forum.

Denis Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds. Additions

  • 92-012
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1976

This addition to the fonds consists of correspondence concerning Politics courses at Trent University, general correspondence regarding the Department of Politics, correspondence and clippings concerning Ron Thom--architect, John Stubbs, the Liberal Convention of 1968, library matters, Professor Frank Underhill, Trent University clippings, records concerning Lakefield College School, University of Kent, University of Alberta, McGill University and York University.

Denis Smith

Professor Denis Smith fonds. Additions

  • 18-007
  • Fonds
  • 1980-2016

Fonds is comprised of research materials, correspondence and manuscript drafts related to Professor Denis Smith's books and articles, including his book A Dissenting Voice (2017). Also included are reviews, correspondence, and newspaper clippings pertaining to various other books and articles by Smith, and materials pertaining to Trent University.

Denis Smith

Professor Deryck M. Schreuder fonds

  • 81-009
  • Fonds
  • 1977

The fonds consists of page proofs and uncorrected typescripts of book by Professor Deryck M. Schreuder in the Cambridge Commonwealth Series: "The Scramble for Southern Africa, 1877-1895: the Politics of Partition Reappraised."

Deryck M. Schreuder

Professor Donald B. Smith fonds

  • 13-007
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1980-2013

Fonds consists of Professor Donald B. Smith's research material pertaining to the eighteenth and nineteenth century history of the Ojibwe of southern Ontario. The research materials consist primarily of photocopies of published articles, bibliographical references, and handwritten notes; included is material related to the Mississauga (Ojibwe) of the Trent River Valley. Interspersed within the files is correspondence with other academics and authors.

Donald B. Smith

Professor Donald B. Smith fonds. Additions

  • 15-009
  • Fonds
  • 1982-2019

Fonds is comprised of published and unpublished research materials pertaining to Indigenous people. Also included are correspondence, copies of emails, handwritten notes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

Donald B. Smith

Professor Jennifer Brown fonds

  • 19-002
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2012

Fonds was in the custody of Professor Jennifer Brown before being donated to Trent University Archives in 2019.

Jennifer Brown

Professor John Marsh fonds

  • 03-002
  • Fonds
  • 1971-1999

Fonds consists of materials relating to conferences, colloquiums, and workshops in which Professor John Marsh was involved, and to courses taught by Professor Marsh at Trent University. Also included is miscellaneous correspondence, and reports, submissions, papers, articles, and books written by and edited by Professor Marsh. Included in the fonds are four photographs and six cassette tapes.

John Marsh

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