This fonds consists of documents related to the work of Voice of Women/La voix des femmes in the late 1960s and early 1970s to protest against the chemical and biological warfare research being done at the military facility Defence Research Establishment in Suffield, Alberta.
The fonds contains press releases, clippings, articles correspondence and a speech. It also contains a type writer used by Voice of Women during that period.
The fonds consists of photographs taken by Rosenfeld of the 1970 abortion rights march organized by the Vancouver Women's Caucus. The march marked the beginning of a campaign that would later travel across Canada as the Abortion Caravan, ending in a large protest in Ottawa. Rosenfeld became interested in the Vancouver Women’s Caucus through her friend Ellen Woodsworth. The march started on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery, went through downtown Vancouver, and ended in front of the Hudson’s Bay Company with "brilliant performance of the street theatre in which several of [her] friends were involved."
The Laura Shufelt fonds consists of poems given to Dr Herb Cosman, her physician, by the author. The poems are quite personal and reveal the feelings, views and experiences of an elderly woman in that generation.
This fonds consists of documents relating mostly to Andrej Kučera’s work in the Slovak League of America and the Canadian Slovak League (CSL) in Winnipeg and publications collected by the Kučera family during a span of approximately thirty years. It contains correspondence, articles, secretary's and financial report, publications, a booklet, account ledgers, membership, secretary and protocol books.
The fonds consists of records originating from the Toronto Women's Place. The records include a history of the organization, lists of women's groups and members, information and referral sheets, as well as newsletters and magazines featuring information about Women's Place.
La collection Manuscrits français regroupe des oeuvres, parfois inédites, et la correspondance de quelques soixante-quinze auteurs français de renom dont Gustave Flaubert, Victor Hugo, George Sand, George Ribemont-Dessaignes et Jacques Baron. L’ensemble des documents représente de nombreux courants littéraires dont le romantisme, le réalisme, le symbolisme et le surréalisme.
This fonds consists of records related to the development of day care services in Ontario mostly in the 60s and 70s. This records correspond to the period when Margaret Kidd moved to Ottawa and worked on child-development issues, including the establishment of nursery schools.
This collection consists of articles, papers, booklets, and pamphlets produced by the women's liberation movement in the United States (most of the records are from Boston) and in Canada (most of the records are from Toronto) in the 1970s.