TRENT UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

Fonds Level Description

Symons, Thomas H.B., 1929-

97-019

TITLE

Thomas H.B. Symons fonds: Additions. -- 1963-1996. -- 9.3 m of textual records, ca. 200 photographs, 7 videocassettes.

BIOGRAPHY / HISTORY

Thomas H.B. Symons was born at Toronto, Ontario on May 30, 1929, son of Harry Lutz Symons and Dorothy Sarah Bull. He was educated at Upper Canada College, University of Toronto (B.A. 1951), and Oxford University (B.A. 1953, M.A. 1957). He married Christine Ryerson on August 17, 1963 and with her had three children: Mary, Ryerson and Jeffery. Professor Symons has held many posts as an educator over the years, including Assistant Dean of Men, Trinity College and Instructor of History, University of Toronto, 1953-55; and Dean, Devonshire House, University of Toronto, 1955-63. However, his most notable post was as the founding President and Vice-Chancellor of Trent University, 1961-72. Symons has also held many presidencies, chairmanships and memberships in various organizations, mainly dealing with the topics of education, Canadian studies, native rights and human rights. From 1971 to 1973, Symons was the President of the Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples. He is the author of several reports and articles and has contributed chapters to many books including: "Political Education in Canada" 1988; "Archives Libraries and the Canadian Heritage" 1983; "A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands, 1880-1980" 1981; "A History of Peel County" 1967; and "Native Rights in Canada" 1970. Professor Symons currently resides in Peterborough, Ontario. (Taken from: "Canadian Who's Who, 1993." Toronto: University of Toronto Press Incorporated, 1993.)

CUSTODIAL HISTORY

This fonds was created by and in the custody of Thomas H.B. Symons before he donated it to the Trent University Archives.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

This fonds consists of the personal records of Professor Thomas H.B. Symons relating to his activities on various boards and committees as well as Trent University. It includes correspondence; addresses given; articles written; as well as manuscripts, typescripts and research notes, photographs and video tapes.

NOTES

Title based on creator of fonds.

Some of the records have mold. These have been enclosed.

This fonds was donated by Thomas H.B. Symons.

Some of the records are in French.

Restrictions: Permission of Thomas H. B. Symons and the University Archivist.

Finding aids: Y

Associated records are located at the National Archives of Canada in RG 37 and the Provincial Archives of Ontario.

This fonds along with 80-024, 80-025, 81-005, 82-001 and 87-003 is an addition to 78-003.

For related records see: 82-015, 86-029, 86-030, 86-031, 86-032, 87-009 and 88-016.

The Trent University Archives gratefully acknowledges the support of the "T.H.B. Symons Trust Fund for Canadian Studies" in the processing of this addition to the fonds.

For a more extensive search of topics within the fonds use the database finding aid.

FINDING AID

The Trent University Archives gratefully acknowledges the support of the T.H.B. Symons Trust Fund for Canadian Studies in the production of this finding aid.

INVITATIONS, THANK YOU LETTERS AND CARDS

Box 1

Folder:

1: Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, 1981

2: Royal Visits to Canada by the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1983, and Prince Edward, 1987

3: Royal Visit to Canada by the Queen of England, 1984

4: Invitations from the High Commissioner of Canada and the British High Commissioner, 1982-1983

5: Invitations from government ministers, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, etc, 1989, 1991

6: Invitations and thank you letters and cards from the Royal Ontario Museum, Sir Sandford Fleming College, National Archives etc, 1989-1994

7: Thank you cards, 1989-1995

8: Christmas Cards

9: Wedding Invitations, Easter cards, birthday cards, birthday invitations

Box 2

Folder:

1: (empty folder)

2: (empty folder)

3: Invitation by Mayapple Press to a book launch of If I had a Camel by local author and artist

4: 1976, Canada Council: correspondence re: T.H.B. Symons' appointment to the Canada Council

5: 1977, Canada Council on Social Development

6: 1978, A Study of Music Training in Canada commissioned by and prepared for the Canada Council by Helmut Blume

7: 1975, Canada Council application by T.H.B. Symons for a project titled The formulation of a policy by the Progressive Conservative party of Canada, 1967-1974

8: 1987, Canada Council selections

9: Report of the Committee on the Symons Report, 1978. Includes the report and correspondence between T.H.B. Symons and Trent University's Canadian Studies Program concerning Symons' To Know Ourselves

10: Conference of Independent Schools, 1984-1987 correspondence, reports etc

11: Same, minutes and reports

12: York University Canadian Studies Programmes Review, draft and final report

13: Same, correspondence, 1993

14: Canadiana Fund, collections policy, strategic development plan, mission statement

15: Same, Board Manual and minutes, 1991-1992

16: Same, Board manual and minutes, 1993-1994

17: Same, memorandums, 1990-1995

18: Same, correspondence, 1990-1993

19: Same, correspondence, 1994-1995

LACAC CONFERENCE OF 1992, GREEN GUTTERS AND GARGOYLES, HELD AT TRENT UNIVERSITY

20: The greening of heritage: historic preservation and the environment movement paper

21: Correspondence, minutes, notes for T.H.B. Symons' keynote address to the conference, 1986-1992

22: Cambridge Canadian Trust, correspondence, 1984-1990

23: Senate Committee on Citizenship, 1992

24: Coeducation, 1965

25: C-Chance, 1983

26: Centre for Frontier Engineering Research, 1985

27: Committee for an Independent Canada, 1970-1978

28: Faulkner discussion group, 1981-1983

29: The Donald Grant Creighton Fund at the University of Toronto, correspondence, 1983

30: Jack Chambers Memorial Foundation, correspondence and board minutes, 1985

Box 3

T.H.B. SYMONS' LECTURES, SPEECHES AND SPECIAL ADDRESSES

Folder:

1: Devonshire House, University of Toronto, Dean Symons' Awards and lectures, correspondence, history of the award, 1963-1983

2: Remarks on the occasion of the Opening of the Peterborough Kiwanis Music Festival, 30 March 1968

3: Biography of William Shannon, 1970

4: Speech to Canadian University Information Bureaus at Park Plaza Hotel, Toronto, 31 October 1972

5: Notes for remarks to the general meeting of the Progressive Conservative Association of Canada at the Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, 17 March 1974

7: Notes for remarks to the Opening Session of the Conference on Canadian Philosophy at the University of Ottawa, 9 March 1979

-Directions in Canadian Culture: Education A paper presented to the Symposium on Directions in Canadian Culture, Sackville, New Brunswick, 20 October 1979

-A Challenge to Independent Schools, an address to the founding conference of the Canadian Association of Independent Schools given at Upper Canada College, 13 November 1979

8: The Arctic and Canadian Culture, a paper presented to the Symposium "A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands, 1880-1980" convened by the Royal Society of Canada at Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, 11-13 August 1980

9: Visit to University of Lethbridge, Alberta to participate in the Senate Retreat of the University, September 1980

10: Invitation to address the Conference on "Consciousness and Canadian Reality", sponsored by the Canadian Ethnology Society and the National Museum of Man, 1981

11: Cultural Diversity, Canadian Identity and Canadian Federalism, a paper presented to the Australian-Canada Colloquium on "Public Policy in Two Federal Countries", in Canberra, Australia, September 1981

12: Cultural Confrontations: Prospects for Canada in the 1980's, a paper presented to the Interdisciplinary Research Seminar Series of Wilfred Laurier University, February 1981

13: Talks to faculty and students at the University of Manitoba, the Winnipeg Canadian Historical Club, the CBC, and the Manitoba Historical Society on Interdisciplinarity and Canadian Studies, 1981

14: Notes for remarks as Chair of the Founding Committee of the U.W.C. at Montezuma, L.A., 16 August 1981

15: Some notes on the Sixth Duke of Holdernesse from The Baker Street Journal of January 1959--correspondence of request from Canadian Holmes to reprint, 1981

16: The Significance and Problems of Cultural Diversity in Canada, paper given at Carleton University, Institute of Canadian Studies, October 1982

17: Guest lecture at Concordia University, 1982

18: Talk to the Humanities Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, University of Ottawa, 2 June 1982, The Proper Study of Canadians in Canada

19: Notes for toast to the daughters of Havergal Father-Daughter dinner-dance, 26 June 1982

-Opening ceremonies of the Armand Hammer United World College on the American West, New Mexico, 28 October 1982

20: Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), notes for remarks to the panel on the "International Connection" and to the awards luncheon at the International Assembly, Toronto, 1982 plus article "Academic and Cultural Relations between Canada and the United Kingdom" in The Commonwealth Foundation, Occasional Paper, Number XLIX, 1979

-also nomination for Award for Distinguished Service to Higher Education, 1982

21: A Canadian Perspective on the State of Canadian Studies, a paper presented to the British Library Colloquium on Canadian Studies, The British Library, London, England, August 1983

22: Ontario Universities in a broader context: the need for a national strategy in Canadian Higher Education and Research, presented to the Conference on Ontario Universities, October 1984 and published by the Ontario Economic Council in Ontario Universities: Access, Operations and Funding, Toronto, 1985

23: Talk to the Board of Governors of Crescent School, Willowdale, Ontario, 14 January 1986

24: Presentation of the Jules and Gabrielle Leger fellowship at Rideau Hall, 20 March 1986

25: Remarks at the Installation of Dr. Henry E. Duckworth as the 10th Chancellor of the University of Manitoba, 23 October 1986

26: Canadian Post-Secondary Education: The Cultural Agenda, drafts, galleys and final text, 1986-1987

27: Correspondence for Sacred Feathers, the Reverend Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians, 1987

28: Keynote address The Role of Folklore in Canadian Culture given at the 1st Ontario Folklore Conference, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, March 1987

29: Presentation of Louis Applebaum for the Award of Fellow on the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 23 November 1987

30: Review of Bilingualism in Education: Aspects of Theory, Research and Practice, by Jim Cummmins and Merrill Swain (Longman: London and New York, 1986) for the Journal of Education Policy, August 1987

31: Notes for remarks to the 1987 International Conference on Canadian Studies, McMaster University, 1987-1988, drafts and correspondence for The Second Generation: Time for a new and critical look at Canadian Studies

32: The Contribution of Investigatory Commissions to Political Education: A Commentary, presented to Political Education in Canada and Seminar on Political Education, drafts and correspondence, 1987

33: Museum Planning and Leadership: In Praise of Imagination, 17th Annual Conference on the Ontario Museums Association, drafts and correspondence, 1988

34: Canadian Culture and Education: To Know Ourselves, correspondence regarding guest lecture for the OISE Arts, Culture and Education program, April 1988

35: Talk to the 22nd Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives at Trent University, correspondence, 1987-1988

36: The Nature and Importance of Canada's Academic and Cultural Relation with Italy and the Mediterranean World, presented to the Opening Session on Conference on Italy-Canada Research, Rome, 1988

37: Remarks, to the Advocates' Society and Trent University, to celebrate John J. Robinette on the occasion on the 60th Anniversary of his call to the Bar, 1989

-Roots and Routes, remarks given to exhibit opening, of Roots and Routes: Immigration to Peterborough, at the Peterborough County Museum and Archives, organized by Community and Race Relations Committee of City of Peterborough

38: Correspondence and drafts of Demography: The Carapace of the Economy, remarks given to Round Table of the World Economic forum, London, England, April 1990

40: Let the Deed Show, remarks to the Sir Sandford Fleming College Festival of Friends dinner to launch the College's Scholarship Fund, 1993

41: The Commonwealth's Treasure House, article in Cambridge University Alumni Magazine (CAM), 1993

42: Arctic Institute of North America (AINA), correspondence, board minutes, bylaws and constitution, 1982-1985

LAKEFIELD COLLEGE SCHOOL

43: Correspondence, 1964-1968, enclosed in mylar due to mold. Located on shelf on top of boxes.

44: Correspondence, 1979-1980

45: Kawartha Lakes Music Camp, 1970-1979, held at Lakefield College School, correspondence and camp literature

ORIEL COLLEGE, Oxford, England

46: Correspondence, 1979-1986

47: Same, 1987-1990

48: Same, 1991-1994

Box 4

Folder:

1: Ontario Human Rights Commission, correspondence, 1977-1988, 1990-1993

2: Canadian Human Rights, 1976

3: Establishment of the Bora Laskin National Fellowship in Human Rights Research, 1984-1987

4: Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 1970-1972, 1985

5: National Advisory Committee on Education Statistics, 1986-1987

6: Masters Review at the University of Manitoba, 1994

7: Sixty-Five

8: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1978-1980

9: Canadian Bureau of International Education, 1993

10: Canadian Post-Secondary Education Council, 1987-1988

97-019 Box 4 Folder 11: Canada Studies Foundation, 1979-1990

12: Correspondence with the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 1960, 1970-1971

13: Royal Society of Canada, 1977-1989, includes correspondence and minutes from the Committee on Education, 1978-1979

14: Royal Society of the Arts, 1973-1979

15: The Order of Lazarus, correspondence and minutes, 1973-1977, 1982

16: The Champlain Society, 1961-1972, 1975-1981

17: North Atlantic Society, 1971

18: Canadian International Development Agency, 1971

19: Canadian Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1966-1975

20: 25th Anniversary of the Canadian Ski Marathon, Montebello, February 1991

21: Profiles in Upper Canadian Legal History, 1992

22: Co-Chairman, 1st Canadian Conference on Multiculturalism, Ottawa, 1973

Box 5

HONORARY DEGREES

This series contains correspondence and memorabilia

Folder:

1: 1971-1973 Sir Sandford Fleming College, Waterloo Lutheran University, York University

2: 1974 University of Toronto

3: 1974 Trent University

4: 1977 Laurentian University

5: 1979-1980 Mount Allison University

6: 1981 Concordia University, Dawson College, Montreal

7: 1990 University of Manitoba

8: 1985 University of Sri Lanka

Box 6

HISTORICAL ATLAS OF CANADA

Folder:

1: Speeches, grants, Some Thoughts on the Nature and Value of National and Regional Atlases address given 5 March 1979, grant applications, minutes

2: Resubmission to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, July 1982

3: Correspondence, 1982-1983, Report of Progress, 1983

4: Project Review, 1983, includes bound handbook, grant information, summary of site visit proceedings and graphs of research expenditure

5: Correspondence - general, honorariums, speeches and address lists, 1983, 1987

6: Same as above, 1988

7: Same as above, 1989

8: Same as above, 1990-1992

CANADIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA

9: Correspondence, Background and beginnings, 1975-1981

10: Correspondence, 1981-1988

Box 7

ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF KAYE LAMBE

Folder:

1: Background and sources

2: Comments on Draft 1 by:

Alf Chaiton

Ian Wilson

Marcel Caya

Professor David Hayne

Audrey Forster

Professor Brian Heeney

Professor Gordon Roper

3: Professor S.G. Denis Smith

W.I. Smith

Professor Bruce Hodgins

Professor Deryck Schreuder

Gertrude Laing

Barry Hyman

Tim Porteous

Kenneth W. Johnson

Tom McMillan

4: Final Draft, 1979

5: Revisions proposed by editor, 1982-1983

6: Correspondence, 1982-1983

Box 8

HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS BOARD OF CANADA

This series is organized primarily by historic site by province. The types of records which will be found are correspondence, agenda papers, official plaque unveiling pamphlets, photographs, invitations to the plaque unveilings, programs for the official plaque unveiling and speeches that T.H.B. Symons gave at the plaque unveiling. NOTE: Not all folders have the same material. (Consists of Boxes 8 to 13)

SITES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

Folder:

1: McLean Mill Site, Port Alberni, 1989-1990

2: St. Ann's Academy, Victoria, 1988-1989

3: Various sites (in order front to back)

-The Orpheum, 1982

-Gulf of Georgia Cannery, Steveston, 1986

-South Moresby Haida sites (Queen Charlotte Islands), 1986

-Sikh Gurudwara, Golden, 1990

-list of designated sites in British Columbia as of 1990

-Agenda paper on old Custom House (Malahat Building)

-Royal Roads, near Victoria, 1994

-Victoria's China Town, 1995

-Sir Alexander MacKenzie's cross Canada canoe route

-Qualicum Beach

4: Old Town Commercial District, Victoria, 1987-1988

SITES IN ALBERTA

5: Medalta Potteries, 1987

6: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, 1987-1989

7: -Frog Lake Complex, 1990-1991 (agenda paper)

-Signal Hill Battlion Numbers and Search Camp, June 1986 (agenda paper)

8: Bow Valley Ranch

9: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Banff Springs Hotel, 1988-1992

-Fort Vermillion, 1988

-Brooks Aqueduct

-Mewata Armouries, Calgary

-Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo Jump, Fort Macleod, 1987

SITES IN SASKATCHEWAN

10: Wanuskewin, Saskatoon, 1985-1990 (see also video tape in Box 10, VT 5)

11: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Francophones of Saskatchewan, 1992

-Brickplant at Claybank, 1993

-William F.A. Turgeon, Regina, 1987

-Prince Albert City Hall, 1990

-Chief Piapot, 1987

SITES IN MANITOBA

12: University of Manitoba, various sites, 1989-1994

13: Churchill Rocket Range, 1987-1989

14: Winnipeg Law Courts, 1987-1988

15: Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, 1991-1992

16: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Seager Wheeler, 1988

-Dalnavert, Winnipeg, 1989

-Rainbow Commune, 1991

-College Universite de St. Boniface, 1991

-St. John's College, Winnipeg, 1991

-Noel-Joseph Ritchot, 1995

-Grey Nuns' Convent, St. Boniface Museum

-Thomas A. Crerar, 1990

-St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 1990

SITES IN QUEBEC

GROSSE ISLE, 1992-1995

17: Briefs # 1-6

18: Briefs # 7-11

19: Selections from the public hearings

20: Clippings, briefs and miscellanea

21: Statistics, histories, briefs, correspondence and notes

22: L'Ilot Mont-Carmel, 1987

23: Marius Barbeau, Hull, 1990

24: Lord Dufferin, Quebec, 1991

25: Beth Israel Cemetery, 1991

26: Doctor Wilder Graves Penfield

27: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Pulperie at Chicoutimi, 1987

-Percy Erskine Nobbs, architect, 1987-1988

-Canadian Holsteins and T.B. Macaulay, 1988-1993, 1995

-Manoir Papineau, Montebello, 1987

-L'abbe Leon Provancher, Saint-Felix-de-Cap-Rouge, 1995-1996

-Calixa Lavallee, 1995

-Martello Towers, 1995

-Faubourg, 1995

-Le Chateau-Frontenac, 1993

-Les Jardins des Metis/Elsie Redford, 1994

-Bead Hill, Rouge Valley, 1992

-14 Richelieu Road, Chambly, 1994

-Henri Bourassa, 1990

-Monument Nationale, Montreal, 1988

-Le fort Jacques-Cartier (agenda paper)

-Manoir Allsopp, Cap-Sante (agenda paper)

-L'ancienne prison de Quebec (Morrin College) (agenda paper)

-Eglise Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, Quebec (agenda paper)

-The inshore fisheries at Grand-Greve (agenda paper)

-Paul de Chomeday de Maisoneuve, 1992

SITES IN NEW BRUNSWICK

28: Prince William Street and Partridge Island Quarantine Station, 1983, 1987

29: Grace Annie Lockhart, 1993

30: Monument Lefebvre, University of Moncton, 1994

31: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Heritage buildings in downtown Fredericton, 1992

-Monseigneur de Saint Vallier, 1992

-RCMP "J" Division Headquarters and Gymnasium (Old Government House) (agenda paper)

SITES IN NOVA SCOTIA

32: Halifax Citadel, 1987, 1990, 1992

33: Annapolis Royal, 1992. 1994

34: Sam Langford, 1992

35: Nova Scotia (Province) House, 1994

36: "Old Town" Lunenburg Historic District, 1992

37: St. George's Church, Halifax, 1994-1995

38: Various sites (in order front to back)

-St. Paul's Church, Halifax, 1987 (includes information on the Memorial Church exhibit, Grand Pre National Historic Park)

-Acadian Willow, 1992

-Halifax's old burying ground, 1993

-John A.D. McCurdy, 1993

-Western Union Cable Office, 1989

-Halifax Public Gardens

-Debert and the commemoration of Paleo-Indians in the Northeast, 1990

-Bedford Barrens pictographs, 1994

-Prince and Hollis Street buildings, Halifax-Pier 21, Halifax (agenda paper)

-Melanson settlement (pre-expulsion Acadian Village)

39: Hugh MacLennon House, 1990

40: Marconi Towers/Transatlantic wireless, 1987-1989

SITES IN PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

41: Birthplace of the Fathers of Confederations, 1991-1992

42: Selkirk Settlers, Belfast, 1991

43: Great George Street, Charlottetown, 1989-1993

44: Tryon United Church, 1982, 1992, 1994

45: All Souls Chapel, Charlottetown, 1994

46: Farmer's Bank, Rustico, 1990, 1995

47: Dalvay-by-the-Sea, PEI National Park, 1988-1994

48: Fairholm, Charlottetown, 1993

Box 9

SITES IN PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CONTINUED

Folder:

1: Charlottetown City Hall, 1988

2: Province (Government) House, 1986-1987, 1990-1994

3: Land Tenure Question, Charlottetown, 1989

4: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Charlottetown Area Development Corporation, 1987

-Sir Louis Henry Davies, K.C.M.G.

-Garden party invitations, 1989

-Charlottetown Area Beautification Program, 1991

-Bethel United Church, West Cape, 1995

SITES IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

5: Millenium of Viking Discovery at L'Anse aux Meadows, 1991

6: Water Street, St. John's, 1987-1989

7: St. John's Regatta, 1992

8: Various sites (in order front to back)

-Hawthorne Cottage, Brigus, 1995

-Black Battalion, 1990

-Newfoundland Dog, 1989

-Basilica of St. John the Baptist, 1988

-American Military Presence in Newfoundland, 1988

-Truxton and Pollux shipwrecks

-Atlantic Charter, 1990-1992

9: -Churches at Nain and Cartwright, Labrador, 1990

-Red Bay, Labrador, 1990

SITES IN THE YUKON TERRITORY

10: -Martha Louise Black, 1998-1993

-White Pass and Yukon Route Railway, 1988

-William Henry Judge, 1991

-Canol Road Norman Wells, 1990

-Alaska Highway, 1992

SITES IN THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

11: -Mackenzie River, 1990

-Fort Reliance, Great Slave Lake, 1987-1988

-Pingos of Tuktoyaktuk, 1988

-Sir Alexander Mackenzie/Fort Providence, 1989

-Inuit relocation to Ellesmere and Cornwallis Islands (agenda paper)

-Aboriginal history in Nunavut

-Commemorative plaques in the Northwest Territories, 1989

-Bach Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, 1989-1990

SITES IN ONTARIO

12: Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) 1987

13: 1st Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada, 1992

14: Aberdeen Pavilion, Ottawa, 1987, 1990-1991, 1994

15: Lady Aberdeen, Ottawa, 1987

16: The 1793 Upper Canadian Act Against Slavery, 1992-1993

17: Rideau Canal, 1987-1989, 1992

18: The Group of Seven, 1989

19: George Brown House, Toronto, 1987-1991

20: de Havilland Beaver, Toronto, 1988

21: Fort York, Toronto, 1994

22: Napanee Town Hall, 1993

23: Sainte Marie Among the Hurons, Midland, 1988-1989

24: Sir Ernest MacMillan, 1989-1990

25: Old City Hall, York County Courthouse, Toronto

26: Toronto Post Office, 1987

27: Royal Alexander Theatre, Toronto, 1989

28: Thomson building, Tom Thomson's birthplace, Claremont, 1991-1992

29: Gooderham and Worts Distillery Complex, Toronto, 1988-1989, 1994

30: Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, 1987

31: Lionel Conacher, Toronto, 1992

32: Healey Willan, 1989

33: Joseph E. Atkinson, 1991

34: Queen's University, 1990-1991

35: Bernard Keble Sandwell, 1991

36: Parkwood, Oshawa, 1988-1990

37: HMCS Haida, 1990

38: Sir John Beverley Robinson, Bart., 1987-1988

39: Old Brewery Bay, (Stephen Leacock's home) 1993-1994

40: Merrickville Alloy Foundry, 1989-1991

41: Peterborough Armouries, 1992

42: Homewood, 1988

43: Etienne Brule, 1988

44: Sir John Johnson's House, Williamstown

45: Canada's Peace Bomb, Cobalt Radiotherapy, London, 1995

46: Birkbeck Building, Toronto, 1990-1994

47: Tivoli Theatre, Hamilton, 1990

48: Cobourg Market Square, 1988-1991

49: British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, 1990, 1992

50: Gouinlock Buildings, Toronto, 1991

Box 10

SITES IN ONTARIO

Folder:

1: The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, 1990-1991

2: Middlesex County Gaol, London, 1987-1988

3: Various sites (in order front to back)

-150th Anniversary of the return of the Jesuit Order to Canada, 1991

-Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, 1991

-Notre Dame and Beechwood Cemeteries, Ottawa, 1987

-Mattawa River, 1988

-Dora Mavor Moore house, Toronto, 1994

-Algonquin Provincial House, 1993

-Sharon Temple, 1993

-Darlingside property, Ivy Lea, 1992

-Guelph City Hall, 1992

-Cox Terrace and George C. Cox, 1988

-Church of Our Lady, Guelph, 1992

-Terminal Building of Toronto City Centre Airport (Toronto Island Airport), 1994

-Rosamond Woolen Company, 1990

-Former Almonte Post Office, 1988

-Fanny "Bobbie" Rosenfield, 1987

-St. Clair Tunnel, Port Edward, 1994

-Aboriginal Rock Art, 1992

-Sir William Mackenzie Mansion, Kirkfield, 1995

-Hart Almerrin Massey, 1987

-Wolf Island Township Hall, 1992

-Bell Homestead, Brantford, 1995

-Peterborough Petroglyphs, 1992-1993

-Laurier House, 1988

-Howland Property, Etobicoke, 1990

-Rideau Hall and Lord Monck, Ottawa, 1986

4: -St. Mark's Church, Port Hope, 1991

-Banting Homestead, Alliston, 1994

-Castle Kilbride, Baden, 1994

-Rousseau Site, Toronto, 1995

-Moose Factory, 1990, 1993

-Massey Hall, Toronto, 1991

-Ruthven Park, Niagara-on-the-Lake

-Glen Gould, 1991

-William Henry Breithaupt and the Pioneer Memorial Tower, Preston, 1991-1992 (also "Sonneck", Kitchener)

-Lancaster Bomber, 1990

-Port Dover Wintering Site of Subican priests, Francois Dollier de Casson and Rene de Brehant, 1989

-Garden Monument, 1989

-Kingston Fortifications, 1992

-Lakefield Home of Margaret Laurence, 1991

-Sir Allan Napier MacNab and Dundurn Castle, 1986

-Silver Mining in Canada, 1986

-Kingston Dry Dock, 1986

-French River, 1986

-Frontenac County Court House, 1986

-Winter Garden Theatre, Toronto, 1988

-Langevin Block, Ottawa, 1988

-Hutchinson House, Peterborough, 1987, 1993

-Former Brockville Post Office, 1986

-Whitehern, 1993

-St. Thomas City Hall, 1992

-Clyde Hall, Lanark County, 1989

-Ontario's First Mass in 1615

-Pedestrian bridge linking Toronto Union Station with the CN express building, 1988

5: Former Geological Survey of Canada Building, 1992

6: Early Meteorology in Canada, 1990

7: Plaques to mark graves of former Prime Minister's of Canada, 1991-1993

8: Lachine Rapids, Ottawa, 1987-1988

9: Ships

-S.S. Moyie, 1987

-Princess Marguerite, 1991

-Terror and Erebus, 1992-1993

-HMCS Ottawa

10: Various Sites National and International

-Josiah Henson House, 1990

-Halifax Citadel, 1990

-War Brides in Canada, 1995

-On-to-Ottawa-Trek, 1995

-Dr. Helge Ingstad and Dr. Anne Stine Ingstad

-10 Toronto Street, 1987

-Gravesite of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in Avoch, Scotland, 1988

-Greywell Hill House, the Hampshire estate of Sir Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchestor, 1989-1993

-Policies respecting graves, cemeteries and commemorations outside of Canada (agenda paper)

-Sam Sniderman and historic sites, 1990

TRAINS AND STATIONS

11: Correspondence, 1988, 1990-1991

12: Windsor Station, Quebec, 1989-1991

RAILWAY STATION REPORTS

13: -RSR 11, Lake Louise

-Stations on the Newfoundland Railway System (agenda paper)

-Virden, Manitoba

-November 1989

-June 1990

14: -November 1990

-June 1991, Vol. 3

-June 1991, Vol. 4

-June 1991, Vol. 5

15: -June 1991, Vol. 6

16: Report: Extant Engine Houses: A report presented to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board Canada, February 1992 by David Smith

REPORTS AND AGENDAS

17: A History of Hydro-Electric Development in Canada by Edward F. Bush, 1986

18: Direct Drive Waterpower in Canada: 1607-1910 by Felicity Leung, November 1986

19: Emergency Government Powers in Canada in the 20th Century, 1994

20: Urban Schools in Canada to 1930, Vol. V, by Julie Harris and Shannon Ricketts

VIDEO TAPES (VHS)

VT 1Forum Project: Molson Canadien Pacifique, 1991, length 10: 41

VT 2McLuhan Award Winners Profiled, 1990

VT 3Environment Canada, "Song for Canada", length 03: 48 (see also Heritage Awards, Box 11, folder 14)

VT 4Ours in Common, presented to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, September 13, 1991, length 12 minutes

VT 5Wanuskewin Heritage Park, length 8: 40 (see also Saskatchewan sites, Box 8, folder 10)

VT 6Ski de fond, 1991

VT 7Tony Macoun Empire Club Speech, Lester B. Pearson College, December 6, 1990

Box 11

AGENDA PAPERS

Folder:

1: Boyd's Cove, 1995

2: Hodgin's House, Kanata

3: Update on Consultations with Dene Communities for commemoration of Aboriginal History in the Northwest Territories

4: -Assessment of Canal Structures: The Trent-Severn Waterway

-Canadian Waterways: 1608-1987

-Heritage Canals, July 1987

BOUND AGENDA PAPERS

5: June 22-24, 1989

6: November 17-18, 1989

7: February 23-24, 1990

8: June 22-26, 1990, Vol. I

9: June 22-26, 1990, Vol. II

10: June 10-15, 1991, Vol. II

11: September 13, November 22-23, 1991, Vol II

HERITAGE AWARDS AND HERITAGE DAY

12: 1982-1989

13: 1990-1991

14: 1992-1993, 1995 (see also Box 10, VT 3)

NATIONAL HERITAGE SYMPOSIUM

The Place of History/Lieux de la Memoire

15: January-June 1994

16: July-August 1994

17: September-October 1994

18: November-December 1994

19: 1995

APPOINTMENTS TO THE HSMBC

20: Correspondence, undated, 1986-1990, includes a list of all Board members from 1919-1987

21: Correspondence, 1991-1995

CORRESPONDENCE WITH HERITAGE GROUPS

22: Manitoba

23: Prague, Austria

Australia and New Zealand

Alberta

Atlantic Canada

England and Mauritius

24: Parks Canada correspondence and Green Report, 1989, with T.H.B. Symons' notations

Box 12

HSMBC CHAIRMAN'S CORRESPONDENCE

Folder:

1: 1986

2: 1987

3: 1988

4: 1989, includes photographs of T.H.B. Symons' giving address at Queen's visit

5: 1990

6: 1991

7: 1992

8: 1993

9: 1994

10: 1995

11: Undated

12: General correspondence, includes some photographs of celebrations, 1986-1995

13: 70th Anniversary photographs

14: HSMB dinner and evening November 1992 photographs by Chris Cameron

15: Photographs of presentations to departing Jim Collinson, November 1990 and photograph of T.H.B. Symons, Mary and Michael Kinnear at the Kinnear's residence in Winnipeg, June 13, 1991

16: Notes for a meeting with the Honorable Jean Charest, Minister of the Environment, 27 June 1991

Box 13

NATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR THE CONFEDERATION BIRTHPLACE COMMEMORATIVE AREA

Folder:

1: Correspondence, blueprint, reports, competition guidelines and terms of reference

2: -National Design Competition for Confederation Birthplace Commemorative Area proposal

-Same as above, Stage II, submitted by Brian MacKay-Lyons, August 1993

-Same as above submitted by the Confederation Birthplace Team, 1993

3: -Same as above, prepared by Hough Stansbury Woodland Limited

-Same as above, prepared by Hotson Bakker Architects

Box 14

TRENT RELATED (Boxes 14 and 15)

LECTURE NOTES

Folder:

1: History 403, 26 January 1983, An off-the-record discussion about the Applebaum-Hebert Report

2: Environmental Resources 100, 12 March 1982 The role of research as the basis for public policy in environmental matters: the Canadian Arctic as a case study

3: History 235, 17 January 1985 Canadian Cultural Policy

4: History 235, 23 January 1986

5: History 235, 8 January 1987

6: Politics 401, November 1983 Contemporary Canadian problems re: cultural policy and human rights at Trent University

7: Trent Colloquium on management education and cultural diversity, 15-19 April 1985

8: 1990 Frost Seminar The current state of Canadian heritage and development studies, in Canada and elsewhere: issues, roadblocks and opportunities

9: 26 January 1994, notes to the Frost Graduate Studies Program (Same topic as folder 8)

10: Correspondence with Canadian Studies 400, 1980-1981

11: Correspondence with Canadian Studies 480, 1979-1980

12: Correspondence with History-Politics 400, 1971-1972

13: Correspondence with History 100, 1970

GENERAL LECTURES AT TRENT

14: Talk to honours year and graduate students of Otonabee College, 2 December 1983

15: Talk to Lady Eaton College Noontime Colloquium, 23 November 1990, Some reflections on the early days of Trent: origins, concepts, goals

16: Remarks at Traill College, 24 March 1994, The idea of university: community, scholarship and learning

17: Notes for remarks to the freshman of Peter Robinson College, 9 September 1994

18: Talk to the National Capital Chapter of the Trent University Alumni Association of Ottawa, National Arts Centre, 24 January 1995, Private lives and public service

19: Evening with Trent Alumni in Ottawa, November 1983

20: Article in the Trent Alumnus, Summer 1985, Vol. 16, No. 4 "Some reflections on Trent's progress during its first twenty years"

PRESENTATIONS

21: 1985 Presentation of honorary degrees of the three midwife universities:

-Queens, Ronald L. Watts

-Toronto, George Ignatieff

-Western, George Conwell

22: 27 May 1987, Presentation of honorary degree to Pierre Juneau

23: 2 October 1987 Presentation of honorary degree to Allan Earp at the special installation of President John Stubbs

24: 31 May 1989, Presentation of Nan Belfry for the Eminent Service Award of Trent University

25: 3 June 1994, Presentation of Robert W.F. Stephenson for the Eminent Service Award of Trent University

26: Retirement and testimonial dinner for Professor Maurice Boote, 17 October 1987

27: Lecture by Trent's Northern Chair, Professor Peter Schledermann on New pioneers from the east: the arrival of the Norsemen and their subsequent fate in series on "The human presence in the Canadian High Arctic"

VISITS

28: 1984 visit of Harry Harris, the secretary of the University of Birmingham

29: 1984 visit of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka, Professor Gervin Samarawickrama--cancelled

30: September 1985 visit of Terence Armstrong from the Scott Polar Research Institute

31: September 1986 visit of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mauritius

32: October 1987 visit of Sir Denys Wilkinson Committees and Programs

33: Senior Common Room Committee, PRC, 1980-1982

34: Trent University Meeting with long range planning commission, January 1983

35: Committee on Educational Development, February 1991

36: Proposal to establish a Fine Arts program, 1965

37: Proposal to establish a Canadian Studies program, 1971

38: Proposal for a Master's Program in the Humanities and Social Services at Trent University

39: Establishment of the first Statistics Canada Lecture at Trent, 25 March 1992

ANNIVERSARY'S

40: 20th Anniversary, 1983

41: 25th Anniversary Committee, 1988-1989, correspondence and minutes, some speeches etc.

42: Same as above, 1989-1990, events, invitations from colleges and alumni, correspondence

43: Arrangement for the visit of the Lieutenant-Governor, 14 October 1989

44: 25th Anniversary convocation, information on Hugh Waddell and George Ward (see also Vertical Files, Honorary Degrees)

45: 30th Anniversary of first graduating class, September 1994

46: Canadian Studies/Cultural Studies 403, 413, 480 (aka the Vanier Seminar) class reunion marking the retirement of Professor Symons

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

47: The nature and purpose of the Ashley Fellowship at Trent University, 1991

48: Symons' Awards at Trent University, 1980-1993

49: Symons' Essay Prize and Symons' medals, 1981, 1987-1993

50: Trent University Armorial Bearings, 1972

51: Trent University's links with African Universities, 1972

52: Frost Centre

53: Review of Frost Centre

PRESIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE

54: 1964, 1966-1967, Trent student affairs, seminars, student-faculty relations, dons, graduate studies, presentation papers, etc.

55: 1966-1972, Economics 21B, student workshop on Public Finance and Taxation in Canada (1967), future development of teaching Health Sciences at Trent, History-Politics 300 bibliography

56: 1970, proposal for MA in History program, Lady Eaton College election

57: 1970-1972, general correspondence

58: 1961-1972, correspondence with R.J. Thom, speech given to graduates of the University of Toronto

59: 1966-1967, Regional Development Studies and some general correspondence

60: 1970-1980, correspondence with St. Andrews in Scotland re: establishment of Canadian Studies Program, visits from other professors and guests, Kawartha Conference, Native Studies Program at the University of Alberta, establishment of the Indian-Eskimo Association

61: 1966-1970, blood donor service in Peterborough, Red Cross, art gallery display space for students

62: 1970-1981, draft of SSHRC application, communism, Dr. Charles Pascal's appointment as President of Sir Sandford Fleming College

63: 1968-1970, removal of Lady Eaton's library to Trent, closed-circuit television as a teaching aid at Trent, Trent Christian Fellowship and Committee on Religious Affairs, creation of President's Award

64: 1970, shared computer facilities between Trent and Sir Sandford Fleming College

65: 1970, naming of Fayron Bridge, Mackenzie Gallery and Bata Library

66: 1966-1967, Theatre Drama at Trent (documents have been near mold)

67: 1970-1972, 1983, University students liberals club, petroglyphs and runes in Canada, Leslie Frost's Fighting Men book

68: 1969-1971, correspondence regarding drugs and universities

69: 1961-1963, correspondence with Robertson Davies

70: 1970-1972, correspondence with the Honorable Leslie M. Frost and about the Frost Fund to Trent

71: 1966-1969, President's orders for Christmas cards depicting Trent

72: 1966, 1975, 1979, Canadian-American Studies, Greer Art Fund, Subcommittee on experimental programs, donations from T.H.B. Symons to Trent

Box 15

Box 15 contains Briefs and Submissions to the Select Commission on Constitutional Reform (Meech Lake)...approximately 250 documents. Commission was sponsored by the Ontario Legislative Assembly. Briefs were submitted by many individuals and groups with an interest in reform as it related to gender, race and economic interests as well as perspectives on federalism.

Box 16

UPPER CANADA COLLEGE

Folder:

1: 1970-1982, notes and correspondence regarding a variety of events and activities such as the 150th anniversary of the College, etc.

2: 1982-1991, correspondence, student files, special programmes

3: Aims and Statement Committee, 1989-1990

4: Same as above, 1989

5: Same as above

6: 1984-1986, UCC Round Table "The Academic Life: Some Thoughts on the Act of Teaching"

7: 1970, 1979, 1986, correspondence

8: Search Committee, 1986-1987

9: Biographical article on John D. Stevenson in The Old Times, Autumn, 1981: The Epitome of U.C.C. Comes Home to Roost

Box 17

CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR HISTORICAL MICROREPRODUCTIONS

Folder:

1: Correspondence, 1977-1980

2: Same as above, 1981-1982

3: Same as above, 1983-1986, 1988

4: CANADIAN NORTHERN STUDIES TRUST, minutes and agendas, newsletter (Northline), some correspondence, 1984-1989

Box 18

BATA SHOE MUSEUM FOUNDATION

Folder:

1: Correspondence, minutes and reports, April 1985-July 1985

2: Same as above, September 1985-March 1986

3: Same as above, 1986

4: Same as above, 1987

5: Same as above, 1988

6: Same as above, 1989

7: Same as above, 1990

8: Same as above, 1991

9: Same as above, 1992-1993

10: Same as above, 1994-1995

11: BATA SHOE MUSEUM, various correspondence, 1995

BATA SHOE COMPANY

12: Correspondence, newsletters, reports, clippings etc., January-February 1995

13: Same as above, March-May 1995

14: Same as above, June-October 1995

15: Same as above, November-December 1995

16: 1988-1994, correspondence and articles on the 1994 celebration at Zlin (town of Bata's first shoe business)

ROBERT AND MARY STANFIELD FOUNDATION

17: Correspondence, minutes, agendas and reports of the Foundation, 1976-1978

18: Same as above, 1979-1986

19: INDIAN-ESKIMO ASSOCIATION, 1965-1970, enclosed and encapsulated due to mold. Handle with Care.

20: PAPER, by T.H.B. Symons, The Obligations of History. A Review of Native Rights in Canada, 1970 or 1971

Box 19

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE NATIONAL ATLAS OF CANADA (NACNAC)

Folder:

1: 1980-1984, correspondence, grant awards (1984), Report of the National Atlas Committee on the National Atlas of Canada, 5th edition (1975)

2: January 1986, presentation of the National Atlas of Canada to Prime Minister Mulroney by Robert E.J. Layton, Minister of State for Mines, and Thomas H.B. Symons, photograph included

3: January-June 1986, correspondence, includes a NACNAC summary history, 1906-1986

4: July-December 1986, correspondence

5: 1986, minutes, address lists, etc.

6: 1986, working group priorities of NACNAC, correspondence and minutes

7: 1987, correspondence

8: 1987, reports and minutes

9: 1988, correspondence

10: 1988, minutes, membership lists, includes departmental response to a report by Energy, Mines and Natural Resources

11: 1988, Reports and drafts to Minister of Energy, Mines and Natural Resources, includes various copies of drafts with editing notes

12: 1989, correspondence

13: National Atlas workshop, April 19-21, 1989; National Atlas Information Service, reports, correspondence and notes, 1989

14: 1989, Minutes, reports, seminar itineraries

15: 1990, correspondence, The Significance of National Geographic Information to Canada, paper presented to the Opportunities Seminar, 31 January 1990

16: 1990, Opportunities Seminar correspondence, agendas and reports

17: 1991, Reports, agendas, minutes, address/membership lists

18: 1991, correspondence

19: 1992, correspondence and report A Structure for a Ministerial Advisory Body on Geomatics

COLLOQUIUM ON THE LINGUISTIC CHALLENGE ON THE 80'S: ISSUES IN BILINGUALISM, SEPTEMBER 9-12, 1982

20: Correspondence 1982

21: Papers of talks by speakers at the colloquium, participant lists, minutes, pamphlet and notes by T.H.B. Symons for speeches on opening and closing the colloquium

Box 20

Miscellaneous

Box 21

Miscellaneous

Box 22

ASSOCIATION OF COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITIES (ACU)

Folder:

1: Correspondence, undated and 1972, 1978-1981

2: Same as above, 1982, contains draft of The Future of the ACU: Continuity and Change?

3: Same as above, 1983, includes paper The Commonwealth Community of Universities

4: Same as above, 1984, includes A proposal for professional associates in the Education Programme of the Commonwealth Secretariat

5: Same as above, 1985

6: Same as above, 1986

7: Same as above, 1987

8: Same as above, 1988

9: Same as above, 1989, includes The Free-Thinking Christians and the Millennium by John Christodoulou

10: Same as above, 1990-1994

11: 1988-1991, correspondence and articles on the T.H.B. Symons Fellowship in Commonwealth Studies

12: 1986-1993, Symons Award, correspondence, recipients, funding etc.

13: Papers and Speeches given by T.H.B. Symons to congresses and dinners

-Remarks to the Congress dinner at the 11th Congress of Commonwealth Universities, 15 August 1973

-The Cultural Impact of Industrialization and Technological Innovation, a paper presented to the 13th Congress of Commonwealth Universities, 15 August 1983

-Culture and Commonwealth: Some Questions about the Definition, Variety and Diversity of Culture, and the Relationship of Culture to Education, a paper presented to the 14th Congress of Commonwealth Universities, 8 February 1988 (also includes a transcription)

-Speech at the reception given by the Council of the ACU in honour of Professor T.H.B. Symons, outgoing treasurer and former chairman, on Thursday, 3 November 1988, at the Haberdashers Hall, London, England

14: History of the ACU, 1963-1988

15: ACU publications, ACU bulletin of current documentation, invitations, Commonwealth Institute Jubilee, The Bombay Experience, by Peter Hetherington, 1993 Swansea Congress pamphlet, Vancouver, BC, 12th Congress of Commonwealth Universities 1978 program, ACU information

16: Reports

-Report of proceedings of 13th Congress of Universities of the Commonwealth

-Quinquennial Report, 1983-1988, of the Secretary-General to the 14th Congress of Commonwealth Universities

-Same as above, 1978-1983, 13th Congress

-Annual Report, 1984-1985

-Annual Report, 1986-1987

-Annual Report, 1988-1989

17: Minutes and agendas of executive and various committees of the ACU and council, 1983-1985

18: Same as above 1986

19: Same as above, 1987

20: Same as above, 1988

21: Same as above, 1990-1991

22: 1987 Mauritius Council Meeting, includes invitations, itineraries, list of participants and correspondence

23: Delhi Conference, 1991

24: 1988 Conference Material for Congress Meeting and Conference in Perth Australia: Congress Organizing Committee, 1987-1988

25: Same as above: Critical Path Plan, 1986, 1988

26: Same as above: Congress Budget, 1984-1987

Box 23

ASSOCIATION OF COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITIES (ACU)

Folder:

1: Anniversary Appeal Fund Dinner party speeches and brochures, also Appeal Brochures

2: Special Funds and Appeal Minutes and Reports, 1987-1988

3: Appeal Funds and Updates, monies received and budget, 1984-1989

4: Reports from the Canadian Committee, 1987-1988

5: Appeal Correspondence, 1985

6: Same as above, 1986

7: Same as above, January-August 1987

8: Same as above, September-December 1987

9: Same as above, 1988

10: Same as above, 1989

11: Same as above, 1990-1991

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN

12: Correspondence, 1982-1985

13: Same as above, 1986

14: Same as above, 1987

15: Minutes, 1983-1985

16: Agendas and supporting documents for Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, 12 December 1983

17: Same as above, 9 February 1984

18: Same as above, 22-23 February 1987

GILBEY CANADA

19: Correspondence, 1991

20: Same as above, 1992

21: Same as above, 1993

22: Same as above, 1994

23: Same as above, 1995

Box 24

Folder:

1: Gilbey Canada, 1991-92

2: Gilbey Canada, 1988-1992

3: Gilbey Canada, 1995

COMMITTEE OF PRESIDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES OF ONTARIO

4: Committee of Presidents of Universities of Ontario, 1965-1966

5: Committee of Presidents..., 1966-1967

6: Committee of Presidents..., 1967

7: Committee of Presidents..., 1970

8: International Association of University Presidents, 1977-1987

Box 25

CORRESPONDENCE

Folder:

1: 1957

2: 1965

3: 1966

4: 1967

5: 1968

6: 1969

Box 26

Folder:

1: 1970

2: 1971

3: 1972

4: 1973

5: 1975

6: 1978

7: 1979

8: 1980

9: 1981

10: 1982

11: 1983

12: 1984

13: 1985

14: 1986

15: 1987

16: 1987 (cont'd)

17: 1987 (cont'd)

18: 1988

19: 1988 (cont'd)

20: 1988 (cont'd)

Box 27

Folder:

1: 1989

2: 1989 (cont'd)

3: 1989 (cont'd)

4: 1990

5: 1990 (cont'd)

6: 1990 (cont'd)

7: 1990 (cont'd)

8: 1991

9: 1991 (cont'd) - includes photo of Trent's 1990 student government presidents

10: 1991 (cont'd)

Box 28

Folder:

1: 1992

2: 1992 (cont'd)

3: 1992 (cont'd)

4: 1992 (cont'd)

Box 29

Folder:

1: 1992 (cont'd) - includes a photo of T.H.B. Symons

2: 1992 (cont'd)

3: 1992 (cont'd)

Box 30

Folder:

1: 1993

2: 1993 (cont'd)

3: 1993 (cont'd)

4: 1993 (cont'd)

Box 31

Folder:

1: 1994

2: 1994 (cont'd)

3: 1994 (cont'd)

4: 1994 (cont'd)

5: 1994 (cont'd)

6: 1994 (cont'd)

7: 1994 (cont'd)

8: 1994 (cont'd)

9: 1995

10: 1995 (cont'd)

11: 1995 (cont'd)

12: 1995 (cont'd)

Box 32

Folder:

1: 1995 (cont'd)

2: 1995 (cont'd)

3: 1995 (cont'd) - (includes photos of T.H.B. Symons and others [in Nova Scotia])

4: 1995 (cont'd)

5: 1995 (cont'd)

Box 33

Folder:

1: Correspondence, n.d.

CORRESPONDENCE - SPECIFIC CATEGORIES

2: Yes Canada, 1992-1994

3: Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) Award, 1993

4: Trinity College, 1964-1982

5: University of Toronto Schools, 1963-1980

6: Canon Charles Moeller, 1966

7: The United Nations Association, 1967-1968

8: Peel County Historical Society, 1964-1968

9: Visit to Dalhousie University, 1982

10: Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, 1968-1972

11: Visit of Upper Canada College Rugby Team to Barbados, March 1987

Box 34

Folder:

1: "One Country of Two" book, 1969-1972

2: 1980-1985 Universities Research Associationships program, Colloquium on the Linguistic Challenge for the 80's

3: 1986, death of R.J. Thom, spring convocation speech

4: 1987, letters and drafts concerning Master Planning Architect, correspondence re: Honorary degrees etc

5: 1988, invitations, certificate of Customized Toponymy (2 certificates for drumlins named after Professor Symons and his wife), donations, Award for Teaching Excellence, Symons' Medal, guest lectures at Trent, congratulatory letters to Honorary degree holders

6: 1989, general correspondence

7: Same as above, 1990

8: 1991, 1st lecture of Northern Chair series

9: 1991, correspondence with Shelagh Grant

10: 1991, correspondence regarding Peter MacKinnon and the Trent Choir

11: 1992, 1st Stats Can lecturer and the 2nd lecture of the Northern Chair series

12: 1993, general correspondence

13: 1980-1982, 1985-1987, correspondence with President Theall

14: 1988-1993, FOR TOMORROW CAMPAIGN

15: Correspondence with the Victoria and Grey Trust Company

16: Book and library donations to Bata Library

17: Redelmeier Coins

18: Potential Archival donations

19: Music by Canadian Composers course outline

20: 1989, gift of two board tables to Trent

21: Canadian-UK Exchange Fellowship in Canadian Studies

22: 1990-1995, Ward Garden, Note: minutes from the Ward Garden Committee are included

VANIER SEMINAR

23: 1984, 1986-1993, 1981, 1982 correspondence

24: Visit of Sir Nicholas Bayne, British High Commissioner and Lady Bayne, 15-16 November 1993

25: 1989-1992, members of the Vanier Seminar, syllabi, major paper assignments

26: Vanier Seminar, 1986-1989

27: Vanier Seminar, 1990-1992, includes a photograph and some correspondence re: the Great Walk from Trent to Curve Lake (1967 or 1968)

28: Vanier Seminar, 1994

29: Vanier Seminar, 1989-1990, topics of discussion during the Vanier Seminar

30 and 31: 1991-1992

32: Vanier Chair Announcement, 1979, Professor Symons

33: Vanier Chair correspondence, 1980-1982

Box 35

Folder:

1: Celanese Canada Inc.: Social Responsibility Committee, Chaired by T.H.B. Symons: Letter of appointment

2: Social Responsibility Committee, Correspondence and Minutes: 1979-1984

3: S.R.C. 1985-1989

4: S.R.C. 1990-1995

5: Celanese, Correspondence: N.D. and hand-written notes

6: Celanese, Correspondence: 1980-1988

7: Celanese, Correspondence: 1989-1991

8: Celanese, Correspondence: 1992-1996

9: Correspondence regarding acquisition of George Back Notebooks by National Archives of Canada

10: Donations file

11: Donations file

12: Donations file

13: Photographs

14: Celanese administrative documents, reports and correspondence, N.D.

15: Celanese administrative documents, 1981-1988

16: Celanese administrative documents, 1989

17: Celanese administrative documents, 1990-1996

18: Celanese Board of Directors, Minutes: 1984-1989

19: Board of Directors, Minutes: 1990-1992

20: Board of Directors, Minutes: 1993

21: Board of Directors, Minutes: 1994-1996

22: Northern Science Award: N.D. and 1983-1986

23: Northern Science Award: 1987

24: Northern Science Award: 1988

25: Northern Science Award: 1989

26: Northern Science Award: 1990

27: Northern Science Award: Photographs

Box 36

Folder:

1: National Capital Planning Committee: N.D. and Maps

2: N.C.P.C.: 1988

3: N.C.P.C.: 1989

4: N.C.P.C.: 1990

5: N.C.P.C.: 1991

6: N.C.P.C.: 1992

Box 37

Folder:

1: Canadian Polar Research Commission Study: N.D. and 1986-1987

2: C.P.R.C.: 1988

3: C.P.R.C.: 1989

4: C.P.R.C.: 1993-1995

Box 38

BRITISH-NORTH AMERICAN COMMITTEE:

Folder:

1: Miscellaneous documents including minute, executive committee minutes, reports, some notes and correspondence, 1983-1985

2: Same as above, 1986

3: Same as above, 1987

4: Same as above, 1988

5: Same as above, 1989

6: Same as above, 1990

7: Same as above, 1991

8: Same as above, 1992

9: Same as above, 1993

10: Same as above, 1994

11: Same as above, 1995

Box 39

Folder:

1: Legislative Assembly of Ontario: Report and debates of Select Committee on Education

THE CANADIAN EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE:

2: Background history

3: Newspaper clippings

4: Board of Directors, 1994- 1995

5: Project: Conference of Independent Schools - minutes, 1987

6: Evaluation/ standards Council, 1988

7: Income and expenditures, 1985-1992

8: Memorandums: COnference of Indipendent Schools, 1987-1990

9: Financial statements, 1987-1993

10: Correspondence

11: Letters, 1987-1992

Loose in the box: About Canada: The Aging of the Canadian Population

Box 40

Folder:

1: Procedures Manual

2: Notes

3: Documents

4: Minutes of the Board of Directors, 1987-1994

Box 41

UNITED WORLD COLLEGES:

Folder:

1: Miscellaneous correspondence, notes and documents, 1979-1981

2: Same as above, 1982-1983

3: Same as above, 1984

4: Same as above, 1985

5: Same as above, 1986

6: Same as above, 1987

7: Same as above, 1988

8: Same as above, 1989

9: Same as above, 1990

10: Same as above, 1991

11: Same as above, 1992

12: Same as above, 1993

Box 42

NATIONAL LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD(NLAB):

Folder:

1: Minutes of Board meetings, some correspondence, notes and other documents, 1978-1979

2: Same as above, 1980-1982

3: Same as above, 1983

4: Same as above, 1984

5: Same as above, 1985

6: Same as above, 1986, includes a photo of members of [NLAB]

7: Same as above, 1987

8: Same as above, 1988

9: Same as above, 1989

10: Same as above, 1990, includes a photo of members of [NLAB]

11: Special meeting of NLAB, Ottawa, December 1994

Box 43

Folder:

1: Confederation Centre For the Arts: Minutes and Correspondence: 1985-1986 and photographs

2: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1987

3: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1988

4: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1989

5: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1990

6: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1991

7: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1992

8: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1993

Box 44

Folder:

1: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1994

2: Confederation Centre for the Arts: 1995

3: Confederation Birthplace: Minutes, reports, 1991

4: Confederation Birthplace: Correspondence, 1989-1993

97-019 Box 45 Folder 1: Statistics Canada, Minutes/Agendas 1984

2: Statistics Canada, Minutes/Agendas 1985

3: National Statistics Council, Minutes/Agendas, 1986

4: As above, 1987

5: As above, 1988

6: As above, 1989

7: As above, 1990

8: As above, 1991

9: As above, 1992

10: As above, 1993

11: As above, 1994

12: As above, 1995

13: As above, 1996

Box 45

Folder:

1: National Statistics Council, Correspondence, 1983

2: As above, 1985

3: As above, 1986

4: As above, 1987

5: As above, 1988

6: As above, 1989

7: As above, 1990

8: As above, 1991

9: As above, 1992

10: As above, 1993

11: As above, 1994

12: As above, 1995

13: As above, N.D. and personal notes