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Accession Number: 11-001

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Thomas H.B. Symons fonds. Additions. -- 1958-2010. -- 5.2 m of textual documents. -- ca. 90 photographs.

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.)

Scope and Content

Fonds includes personal and business correspondence, notes, and documents. Also included are greeting cards, invitations, and photographs. Major categories include Trent University, Police Services Board (Peterborough), Trent-Severn Waterways, Bagnani Endowment Trust & Vogrie, Broadview Press, Ontario Heritage Press, Association of Commonwealth Studies, and Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Notes

Custodial History:
Fonds was in the custody of Thomas H.B. Symons before it was donated to Trent University Archives.

Immediate Source:
Fonds acquired from Thomas H.B. Symons.

Restrictions:
Permission of Thomas H.B. Symons and the University Archivist required. Boxes 17 & 18 closed until 2050.

Accruals:
This fonds along with 82-001, 97-019 and 01-003 is an addition to 78-003.

Finding Aid

Note: Folder headings and contents have been retained as received. Contents may include documents surrounding the dates indicated.

Series A: Miscellaneous correspondence, cards, notes and documents

(Note: contents pertain to both the personal and public life of T.H.B. Symons)

Box 1

Folder
1. Letters from students/alumni, 1976-1982
2. Personal correspondence and documents, ca. 1978-1983
3. Correspondence, notes and documents, 1979
4. as above
5. Various correspondence, etc., 1979-1980
6. as above, 1980
7. as above, 1980
8. as above, 1980-1982
9. Correspondence, Australia, 1981-1982
10. General correspondence, 1982
11. General correspondence, 1984-1989
12. Sundry correspondence, 1989-1990
13. Correspondence, notes and documents, 1985
14. Correspondence, notes and documents, 1986
15. Sundry correspondence, 1992-1993
16. General correspondence, 1993-2000
17. Correspondence, notes and documents, January 1996
18. as above, February 1996
19. as above, March 1996

Box 2

Folder
1. as above, April 1996
2. as above, May 1996
3. as above, June 1996
4. as above, July 1996
5. as above, August 1996 (includes information relating to the World War I experiences of Harry Symons, father of T.H.B. Symons)
6. as above, September 1996
7. as above, October 1996 (includes two photographs with T.H.B. Symons and Thomas Bata)
8. as above, November 1996
9. as above, December 1996
10. as above, January 1997
11. as above, February 1997
12. as above, March 1997
13. as above, April 1997
14. as above, May 1997
15. as above, June 1997
16. as above, July & August 1997 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons and Christine Symons)
17. as above, September 1997 (includes ca. 5 photographs of T.H.B. Symons and Christine Symons)
18. as above, October 1997
19. as above, November 1997 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons and Maureen Hughes)
20. as above, December 1997
21. as above, January 1998
22. as above, February 1998

Box 3

Folder
1. as above, March 1998
2. as above, April 1998
3. as above, May 1998
4. as above, June 1998 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons)
5. as above, July 1998
6. as above, August 1998
7. as above, September 1998
8. as above, October 1998
9. as above, November 1998
10. as above, December 1998 (includes photographs of T.H.B. Symons and Christine Symons with others)
11. as above, January 1999
12. as above, February 1999
13. as above, March 1999
14. as above, April 1999
15. as above, May 1999
16. as above, June 1999
17. as above, July 1999
18. as above, July/August 1999
19. as above, September 1999
20. as above, October 1999
21. as above, November 1999
22. as above, December 1999

Box 4

Folder
1. as above, January 2000
2. as above, February 2000
3. as above, March 2000
4. as above, April/May 2000
5. as above, June 2000
6. as above, July/August/September 2000
7. as above, October 2000
8. as above, November/December 2000
9. as above, January 2001
10. as above, February 2001
11. as above, March 2001
12. as above, April/May 2001
13. as above, June 2001
14. as above, July 2001
15. as above, August 2001
16. as above, September 2001
17. as above, October/November 2001
18. as above, December 2001

Box 5

Folder
1. as above, January 2002
2. as above, February/March 2002
3. as above, April 2002
4. as above, May 2002 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons with Peter Adams et al)
5. as above, June 2002
6. as above, July 2002
7. as above, August 2002
8. as above, September 2002
9. as above, October 2002
10. as above, November 2002
11. as above, December 2002
12. as above, January 2003
13. as above, February 2003 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons and Kirk Whipper)
14. as above, March 2003
15. as above, April 2003
16. as above, May 2003
17. as above, June 2003
18. as above, July 2003
19. as above, August 2003
20. as above, September 2003
21. as above, October 2003
22. as above, November 2003
23. as above, December 2003
24. as above, January 2004 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons and Janet Mays)
25. as above, February 2004
26. as above, March 2004

Box 6

Folder
1. as above, April 2004
2. as above, May 2004
3. as above, June 2004
4. as above, July 2004
5. as above, August 2004
6. as above, September 2004
7. as above, October 2004
8. as above, November 2004
9. as above, December 2004
10. as above, January 2005
11. as above, February 2005
12. as above, March 2005
13. as above, April 2005
14. as above, May 2005
15. as above, June 2005
16. as above, July 2005
17. as above, August 2005
18. as above, September 2005
19. as above, October 2005
20. as above, November 2005
21. as above, December 2005
22. as above, January 2006
23. as above, February 2006
24. as above, March 2006
25. as above, April 2006
26. as above, May 2006
27. as above, June 2006
28. as above, July 2006
29. as above, August 2006
30. as above, September 2006
31. as above, October 2006
32. as above, November 2006
33. as above, December 2006

Box 7

Folder
1. as above, January 2007
2. as above, February 2007
3. as above, March 2007
4. as above, April 2007
5. as above, May 2007
6. as above, June 2007
7. as above, July 2007
8. as above, August 2007
9. as above, September 2007
10. as above, October 2007
11. as above, November 2007
12. as above, December 2007
13. as above, January 2008
14. as above, February 2008
15. as above, March 2008
16. as above, April 2008
17. as above, May 2008
18. as above, June 2008
19. as above, July 2008
20. as above, August 2008
21. as above, September 2008
22. as above, October 2008
23. as above, November 2008
24. as above, December 2008
25. as above, January 2009
26. as above, February 2009
27. as above, March 2009
28. as above, April 2009
29. as above, May 2009

Box 8

Folder
1. as above, June 2009
2. as above, July 2009
3. as above, August 2009
4. as above, September 2009
5. as above, October 2009
6. as above, November 2009
7. as above, December 2009
8. as above, January 2010
9. as above, February 2010

Box 9

Folder
1. as above, March 2010
2. as above, April 2010 (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons with two students)
3. as above, May 2010
4. as above, June 2010
5. as above, July 2010
6. as above, August 2010
7. as above, September 2010
8. as above, October 2010

Box 10

Folder
1. Invitations and announcements, 1990-1998
2. Christmas cards and letters, 1999
3. Notes and cards, December 2000
4. Notes and cards, Christmas 2002
5. Notes and cards, Christmas 2003
6. Card from Sir John Partridge, n.d.
7. Vice-regal cards, 1969-2007
8. Notes, letters & good wishes received February/March 2009 re heart attack and pneumonia
9. Mulholland family committee and Cairn: correspondence and documents, 1958-1990
10. Invitation to serve as executive director of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 1971
11. Appointment to the Canada Council, 1976; order-in-Council
12. Election as chairman of the International board of the United World Colleges, 1980
13. A note on Shaw's Hotel, P.E.I., written at the request of the editor of America's Wonderful Little Hotels and Inns, 1980
14. Correspondence and notes re John Kenneth Galbraith, 1981
15. Entry for third edition of America's Wonderful Little Hotels and Inns for Shaw's Hotel, P.E.I., 1981
16. Correspondence with Alan Borovoy, General Counsel, Canadian Civil Liberties Association, 1981, re stereotyping
17. Reception for David Doritty and Ann Leishman at the University Club of Toronto, 1982
18. Dinner at Marchbanks to welcome Rodger and Louise Wright, Headmaster at Trinity College School, Port Hope, 1983
19. Letter to Prime Minister re higher education and material for Throne Speech, 1986
20. The Study of Folklore, the first Ontario Folklore Conference, 1987: information and background (includes information about Edith Fowke)
21. Correspondence with Classics Professor, Ross Kilpatrick, Queen's University, 1989
22. Correspondence re invitation to serve as chairman of the National Library Advisory board, 1986; and retirement from the chair, 1990
23. Visit to Sandringham as guest of TRH The Prince and Princess of Wales, 1993
24. Election as a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, London, 1993
25. Presentation from the Canadian Polar Commission and the Canadian Polar Science Conference, Yellowknife, NWT, 1994
26. Guest and honorary member of the Empire Club, Christmas luncheon, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 1997
27. Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade, and Tourism, Volunteer Business Ambassador: correspondence, notes and document, 1998
28. Three Score and Ten, 1999 (70th birthday event)
29. Albany Club reception hosted by Jeffrey Symons on the occasion of the 50th year of THB Symons as a member of the club, 1999 (includes four photographs of THB Symons and others)
30. Correspondence regarding the books and papers connected with the Leacock Humour Medal, 1999
31. Virtual Freedom: dedication of the new edition, 2001
32. Correspondence from the National Archivist, 2001, requesting mediation re the issue of access to the historical census records
33. Reception and dinner for the British High Commissioner Sir Andrew and Lady (Sarah) Burns at Marchbanks, 2002
34. Presentation to the Symposium of International Experts convened by the Royal Statistical Society, London, England, 2002
35. Farewell reception for Sir Stephen Lamport held at St. James's palace hosted by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, 2002
36. Arbor Award, University of Toronto, 2002: correspondence, notes and documents (includes photograph of T.H.B. Symons and others
37. Inuksuk presented by Professor Donald Mackay, 2002
38. Peterborough and area "send-off reception" for students and parents or guests going to University of Toronto, 2002
39. Killarney Lodge, Lake of Two Rivers, Algonquin Park, September/October 2002
40. Reception and dinner in honour of Wade MacLauchlan, President of University of P.E.I., 2002
41. Finnegan (pet dog), 2002
42. Notes on foreign policy for discussion with Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Bill Graham, M.P., 2002-2003
43. Perkins Bull Foundation Inc.: correspondence, notes and documents, 2003-2006
44. The Albany Club: correspondence, notes and documents, 2004-2006
45. Massey College, University of Toronto: correspondence, notes and documents, 2004-2006
46. Designation of Marchbanks, 361 Park Street North, Peterborough as a heritage site, 2004
47. Unveiling of the [Arthur] Turner Collection [of art], 261 Park Street North, Peterborough, 2004
48. 50 and 40: Jim and Mary, The Albany Club, 2004 (birthday celebration of Jim Good and Mary Symons)
49. The Briars, 2004; correspondence and documents re 75th birthday event
50. "Leaders and Legends: 175 Old Boys Who've Made a Difference": Old Times 175th Anniversary Issue, Winter/Spring 2005 [Upper Canada College]
51. Participation in a Tribute to Catherine Hennessey, P.E.I., 2005
52. Memo re statement of the Commonwealth Secretary General on "UK Government Betrayal over Commonwealth Institute Site", 2005
53. Correspondence from and to president of University of Waterloo, 2005 re a graduate student's research
54. Friendship '06: gathering at The Briars event, 2006
55. Correspondence, notes and documents re The Bora Laskin Fellowship in Human Rights Research, 2006 (re award to Miriam Smith)
56. Annotated copy of Chapter 12: Political Culture in Canada by Dr. David V.J. Bell, 2006
57. "Portrait of a Lady: women paying up to $30,000 to have their portraits painted by famous artists - for the well-heeled set, it's the ultimate luxury" article by Joan Harting Barham, 2007 (re the Brenda Bury portrait of Mary Symons)
58. Article by Denise Chong "Searching for a Race-Neutral Ground" in Literary Review of Canada, 2007 (re "a certain white-haired old gentleman")
59. "Tom Symons: Well-earned respect" in Our People: Famous in their Fields: A Peterborough Examiner magazine, 2007
60. Companion of the Order of St. Crispen, 2008. The Bata Shoe Museum
61. Canadian Bureau for International Education video: Professor T.H.B. Symons and the Founding of the Commonwealth Scholarship Programme, 2008 (note: video is not included in this folder)
62. Letter to Jean Charest, 2008
63. Notes for presentation to the Post-doctoral Research Fellows Roundtable, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada, 2008
64. Death of Thomas J. Bata: notes, remarks, correspondence and documents, 2008
65. Portraits by Franz Xaver Winterhalter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on loan to Trinity College, University of Toronto and painting of The Judgment of Solomon from the Perkins Bull Collection, 2008
66. The Psychology Foundation of Canada, tribute to Dr. Frederick L.R. Jackman, 2010
67. Honourable Tom McMillan's summary of the role played and the work done by Mr. Stanfield's Policy Advisory Committee, 2010

Series B: Trent University

Box 10, cont'd

Folder
68. Photographs (3) of visit of Governor General Vanier to Peterborough to open Trent University, 1964
69. Retirement and pension arrangements: correspondence, notes and documents, 1972
70. Professor Peter Adams, M.P.: correspondence, notes and documents, 1980-1981
71. Sabbatical leave ruminations, 1984-1990
72. Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Native Studies: correspondence, notes and documents, 2002-2006
73. Remarks by Mike Izzo at Traill College, 2003
74. Remarks of James Kiang at the Symons retirement dinner, 2005
75. "From Far and Wide: Which Canada? Reflections on Imagination, Nature and Community": Canadian Studies Undergraduate Society's third annual conference, 2006: correspondence, notes and documents
76. Correspondence re the Spirit of Trent Awards, the Distinguished Alumni Awards, the Young leader Award, 2008
75. "A significant creator of Trent": obituary and notes re John Leishman, August 2008
Loose on shelf: Album re John E. Leishman Courtyard Dedication, Alumni House, Champlain College, October 18, 2009
78. Notes for remarks to the graduate scholarship recipients, Trent University, 2008
79. Remarks at the 40th anniversary celebration of the official opening of Lady Eaton College, on the occasion of the unveiling of a carving of the Grant of Arms from the Canadian College of Heralds, 24 January 2009
80. Note to Bernadine Dodge at the time of her retirement as archivist, 2009
81. Correspondence with former student, 2010
82. Notes for remarks to the Trent University Association of Retired Persons (TUARP), 2010

Box 11

Folder
1. Symons Trust for Canadian Studies: correspondence, notes, documents, and recorded gifts, 2001-2006
2. Symons Trust for Canadian Studies: correspondence, notes and documents re 2007 applications
3. as above, re 2009 applications
4. Symons Seminar Series on Graduate Student Research: correspondence, notes and documents, 2004-2006
5. as above, re 2008 gala
6. Trent University correspondence re the Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2000-2006
7. Remarks of Professor Emilia Angelova receiving the Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2008
8. Reception in honour of Professor Paul Shaffer, winner of the 2010 Symons Teaching Award, Trent University, Marchbanks, 2010: correspondence, notes and documents
9. Reports, remarks, correspondence, notes, 1956-1969
10. as above, 1970-1974
11. as above, 1975
12. as above, 1976-1977
13. as above, 1978
14. as above, 1979
15. as above, 1980
16. as above, 1981
17. as above, 1982
18. as above, 1983-1985
19. as above, 1986-1989
20. as above, 1990-1999
21. as above, 2000-2003
22. as above, 2004-2005
23. as above, no date (includes 3 photographs of T.H.B. Symons, with Thomas and Sonya Bata and others at unidentified outdoor ceremony)
loose in box: "Peter Robinson Awards, Professor Symons vignette, approx. 4:00; produced 2000" (CHEX television VHS tapes - 2 copies)

Series C: Police Services Board (PSB)

Note: This series consists of interim and annual reports, correspondence, and business plans all relating to the Peterborough Lakefield Community Police Services (PLCPS). The Police Services Board consists of a group of appointed members of the public who oversee the administration of policing, but do not as individuals have any powers to interfere in police matters. They receive reports from the Chief of Police and comment on general statistical trends and police personnel issues.
Files often contain annual police department business plans, organizational charts of the police force, e-mails regarding the scheduling of meetings and similar administrative matters.
The Web site of PLCPS http://www.peterboroughpolice.com/police_home.htm makes available Agendas and Minutes for 2010 and 2011, Business Plans 2007-2012 and Annual Reports 2005-2009. Also on-line at this site is a summary of the role and responsibilities of the PSB.

Box 12

Folder
1. Miscellaneous: past PSB members; by-law 92 (2003) re Governance and Criteria for Police Services Board; by-law 96 (2009) as above.
2. Photographs: T.H.B. Symons and the PSB
3. Reports. PLCPS. 2005. Includes reorganization chart 2004-2005
4. Reports. PLCPS. 2006
5. Reports. PLCPS. 2007
6. Reports. PLCPS. 2008
7. Reports. PLCPS. 2009. Includes 2009 Survey of Residents and Businesses in Peterborough and Lakefield
8. Reports. PLCPS. 2010. Business Plan only
9. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2005-2006
10. As above 2006
11. As above 2006
12. As above 2006
13. As above 2006
14. As above 2006
15. As above 2006
16. As above 2006
17. As above 2006
18. As above 2006
19. As above 2006
20. As above 2006
21. As above 2006
22. As above 2006
23. As above 2006
24. As above 2007
25. As above 2007
26. As above 2007
27. As above 2007
28. As above 2007
29. As above 2007
30. As above 2007
31. As above 2007
32. As above 2007

Box 13

Folder
1. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2008
2. As above 2008
3. As above 2008
4. As above 2008
5. As above 2008
6. As above 2008
7. As above 2008
8. As above 2008
9. As above 2008
10. As above 2008
11. As above 2008
12. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2009
13. As above 2009
14. As above 2009
15. As above 2009
16. Media releases PLCPS August 2009-December 2009
17. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2009
18. As above 2009
19. As above 2009
20. As above 2009
21. Information via Chief Rodd re current police issues in Ontario
22. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2009
23. As above 2009
24. As above 2009
25. As above 2009
26. As above 2009
27. As above 2009
28. As above 2009
29. As above 2009

Box 14

Folder
1. Agendas/Minutes/Correspondence/Administrative Records of the Open Sessions of the PSB 2010
2. As above 2010
3. As above 2010
4. As above 2010
5. As above 2010
6. As above 2010
7. As above 2010
8. As above 2010
9. As above 2010
10. As above 2010

Series D: Peterborough and area (includes Trent-Severn Waterway materials)

Box 15

Folder
1. The Fortnightly Club: correspondence, notes and documents, 1967-1983
2. Correspondence and fund-raising on behalf of the Peterborough Historical Society to restore and preserve Hutchison House, 1975
3. Talk to the Peterborough Historical Society: "The Local Foundation of Canadian Studies," 1977
4. Canada Day parade and associated functions as honorary parade marshall, 1999 (includes ca. 40 photographs of events and people, including T.H.B. Symons and Mayor Sylvia Sutherland)
5. Save the Market Hall committee: correspondence, notes, documents, minutes, 1999-2001
6. as above (includes 11 photographs of the final meeting of the committee at Marchbanks)
7. Dedication of a seat at Showplace theatre, Club 626, 2000
8. Visit of HRH, the Duke of York, to the Canadian Canoe Museum, 2003
9. Presentation to Professor Symons of the key to the City of Peterborough, by the Mayor and Council, 2004: correspondence and documents
10. Note to Peterborough Historical Society's Bulletin editor, Chris Ormerod, 2006, re the Governor General and Rubidge Hall
11. Notes for remarks at the dinner honouring Sylvia Sutherland on her retirement as mayor, 2006
12. Address at the commemoration of the National Historic Significance of the Cox Terrace, Peterborough, with an Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada plaque, 2007: remarks, notes and correspondence
13. Doors Open Peterborough, 2008: remarks, correspondence, documents
14. Induction into Peterborough Pathway of Fame, 2008
15. Doors Open Peterborough, 2010: speaking notes
16. Resolution of the St. Martin's Parish Hall: correspondence, notes, and documents, 2010

(Note: Folders 17-26 are comprised of materials pertaining to the Trent-Severn Waterway, 2007-2008)
17. Trent-Severn Waterway Commission: notes for critique/review and comment on Cultural Resources draft discussion paper, 2007
18. Trent Severn Waterway panel: briefs/submissions, 2007
19. Appointment to the Trent Severn Waterway commission, 2007
20. Trent Severn Waterway panel: correspondence, notes and documents, 2007-2008 (includes CD entitled "Trent-Severn Waterway Panel Announcement, May 11, 2007")
21. as above
22. as above
23. as above
24. as above
25. as above
26. Report of the Panel on the Future of the Trent-Severn Waterway, 2008 (final draft and CD) "It's All About the Water"

Series E: Bagnani Endowment Trust; and, Vogrie

Box 15, cont'd

Folder
27. Bagnani Endowment Trust, 1979-1986
28. as above, 1990-1995
29. as above, 1996
30. as above, 1997
31. as above, 1998
32. as above, 1999
33. as above, 1999

Box 16

Folder
1. as above, 2000
2. as above, 2000-2007
3. as above, 2001-2002
4. as above, 2002-2009
5. as above, 2003-2004
6. as above, 2004-2005
7. as above, 2004-2008
8. as above, 2004-2008
9. as above, 2005-2006
10. as above,
11. Remarks at the opening of Bagnani Hall, Traill College, 10 March 2010
12. Remarks at the commencement of the symposium on Archaeology and Warfare, celebrating the opening of Bagnani Hall, Traill College, 15 October 2010
13. Vogrie (Bagnani estate, Port Hope, Ontario), 1984-1985
14. Vogrie, correspondence, notes, documents, 1985
15. Vogrie, as above, 1986-1987
16. Vogrie, as above, 1988-1992
17. Vogrie, Report and Appreciation, December 1993, correspondence, etc. 1993
18. Vogrie, correspondence, notes, documents, 1994
19. Vogrie, as above, 1995
20. Vogrie, as above, 1996-1997
21. Vogrie, undated

Series F: Broadview Press, 1993-2010 (closed until 2050)

Boxes 17 & 18

Series G: Ontario Heritage Press, 2006-2010

Box 19

Series H: Association of Commonwealth Studies (ACS)

Box 20

Folder
1. Invitation to Professor T.H.B. Symons to serve as President of the Association of Commonwealth Studies 1999
2. ACS Conference, Halifax 2003: Agendas, Invitees, Speakers, General Correspondence
3. As above
4. As above
5. As above
6. ACS Conference U.K. 2005: Agendas, Invitees, Speakers, General Correspondence
7. As above
8. As above
9. As above
10. As above
11. As above
12. As above
13. As above
14. As above
15. As above
16. ACS Conference U.K. 2007: Agendas, Invitees, Speakers, General Correspondence
17. As above
18. As above

Series I: Association of Commonwealth Universities

Box 21

Folders
1 - 8: Correspondence, Reports and Associated Research Materials, various dates 1972-2003

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