Note: description of this collection is in process. It is currently listed on our website: https://www.trentu.ca/library/archives/trent_university_photographs
Collection consists of assembled files on a variety of topics, places, and people related to Trent University history. Files include news clippings, correspondence, brochures, reports, memos, policies, speeches, programs, and other records. This collection is a great place to begin research on Trent University.
Collection consists of major reports, studies, statements, and other public documents produced by Trent University and its bodies. Files are organized in chronological order, by year.
Collection consists of records and reports relating to the Trent University nature areas.
Collection consists of original hard copy regional newspapers. See file listing for titles.
This fonds consists of notes, correspondence, minutes, invoices, program logs, and reports of the Trent University Broadcast Board and Trent University Radio Service. Also included in the fonds are the Trent University Congress of Colleges minutes and budgets from 1969 to 1971.Trent University. Broadcast Board Committee
See notes for file listing.Trent University. Catharine Parr Traill College
Record group consists of records documenting the activities of the Academic Skills Centre, and includes committee records, budgets, program material, and correspondence.Trent University. Academic Skills
Fonds consists of one folder containing correspondence, minutes, reports, and course descriptions relating to the Trent-Queen’s Teacher Education agreement, 1976-1979.Queen's-Trent Concurrent Teacher Education Program
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by the Trent University Audio-Visual Department.Trent University. Audio-Visual Department
The records of the Northern Chair consist of committee minutes, taped lectures, correspondence, records related to Thomas Berger, Dennis Patterson, Mary Simon, William Taylor, etc. and cover the dates 1986-2003. The records were forwarded to the Archives in 1993 by Peter Kulchisky, in 1996 by John Milloy, and in 1998 by Bruce Hodgins. A further addition of tapes, reels, and videos was received from the Audio-Visual Department in approximately 2012 and added to existing boxes.Trent University. Northern Chair and Northern Studies
Fonds consists of records from the Trent University Athletic Centre, documenting the department's development, its facilities and program offerings, and varsity and intramural sports. Fonds includes records from Paul S.B. Wilson throughout his time as Director (1966-2002). Fonds also consists of records about the growth and development of the Athletics Department including architectural briefs, reports, correspondence, promotional materials, photographs, and slides. There are also many photographs, scrapbooks, and CD’s containing records about intramural, varsity, and community sports. The sports documented include synchronized swimming, rowing, volleyball, basketball, swimming, hockey, squash, soccer, rugby, curling, field hockey, fencing, cycling, and karate. Also included are Michael Treadwell's correspondence and brochures of various racing sailboats, and material gathered from other universities' athletics programs.
Fonds is organized into 6 series: Paul S.B Wilson files; Development of Athletics Department and facilities; Early files on sports and programs; Scrapbooks and newspaper clippings; Videos and photographs of sports teams and events; and Synchronized swimming.Trent Athletics Centre
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by the Canadian Studies Department at Trent University.Trent University. Canadian Studies Department
This collection of papers was received from Professor Roy Edwards in 1987. Most of the materials concern the boat Turtle Two which was owned by the Biology Department at Trent University and used for river-based experiments. The word Turtle was derived from Trent University Research and Teaching Laboratory for Experimental Work. The materials cover the years 1968-1973.Trent University. Department of Biology
Fonds consists of records documenting the activities of Trent University's Committee on Colleges. Fonds includes correspondence received from Professor Doug McCalla and Professor Dale Standen such as form letters and memorabilia.Trent University. Committee on Colleges
Fonds consists of records documenting the activities of the Department of Geography.Trent University. Department of Geography
The records concern all public relations aspects of Trent University and include many fugitive items from other fonds. They were forwarded to the Archives by Jim English. Many files pertain to student activism in the 1960's at Trent and at other universities, and to the Trent University Founding Fund and Development Fund. Information on convocations, text of honorary degree presentations and photographs is included. The dates covered are for the years 1962-1980.
A box list is available in the notes.Trent University. Department of Information
Fonds consists of records documenting the Stinson family, primarily the legal and political career of T.H. Stinson. Family records include Christmas cards, wedding invitations, and family portraits, Mrs. Stinson's correspondence, and travel records (postcards, booklets, photographs) documenting the 1913 Christian North American Tour, in which Mr. and Mrs. Stinson participated. Records documenting T.H. Stinson's legal and political career include law school notebooks (1904-1910), correspondence and a scrapbook regarding the 1921 election, campaign files and notes from the 1930 and 1935 federal elections and Leslie Frost's 1934 provincial campaign, material from the Conservative Party Caucus Study club, newspaper clippings regarding the depression and the Bennett government, memoranda, correspondence regarding the riding organization (1933-1935); and House of Commons materials. There are postcards which depict scenes of Canada and the United States, from approximately 1920. Included, also, are several local maps, election posters (1927), and voter tally boards.Stinson, T.H. (Thomas Hubert)
This collection consists of protest newspapers, newsletters, journals, essays, and 'left wing' political manifestos written and published between 1964 and 1973. The records cover Canada and the United States.New Left Movement
Fonds consists of two letters and 5 watercolour paintings. One letter is from Susanna Moodie to Mrs. Katie Vickery, Susanna Moodie's daughter, which is undated. The second letter is from Moodie's her publisher in England congratulating her upon the success of Roughing it in the Bush and enclosing a contract for a subsequent book entitled _Mark Huddleston. The watercolour paintings are by Susanna Moodie and all depict flowers.Moodie, Susanna
This fonds consists of miscellaneous personal documents relating to Gilbert Monture, including his family tree and a copy of his birth certificate. Also included are various speeches and articles by Monture, correspondence ranging from 1912-1983, newspaper clippings, miscellaneous photographs, materials relating to Pauline Johnson, correspondence and minutes relating to the Canadian Correction Association project "Indians and the Law", and documents regarding an exhibit at the Indian Hall of Fame, Canadian National Exhibition.Monture, Gilbert C.
Over time, the Archives has acquired numerous miscellaneous maps from many parts of Ontario and throughout Canada.
Collection consists of several Indigenous newspaper titles. The publications are dated primarily in the 1970s and 1980s and are, in most cases, Canadian in origin. See file listings for more information on each individual title.
Collection includes created by Trent University's Haliburton-centred bioregionalism course. Records includes papers and reports prepared by students, reports and resource material on Haliburton, articles on regionalism, files pertaining to the Golden Lake First Nation land claim, a coursepack binder of resources, and copies of oral history interviews on cassette (originals held by the Haliburton County Museum).
Collection is arranged into 9 series: Student papers; Photocopied book, articles, and other resources on lumbering, agriculture and other topipcs; Audiovisual materials; Haliburton region reports and resources; Haliburton tourism information; Golden Lake land claim files; John Wadland's bioregionalism files; Bioregionalism coursepack and other educational materials; and maps.