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Canadian Archive of Women in STEM

This portal is designed to help you discover the history of women and organizations involved in STEM in Canada and direct you to the institutions that hold their records. If you want to learn more about the project of Canadian Archive of Women in STEM, visit its Welcome page.
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Hosting Institution
Margaret M. Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing
Description
Collection consists of records concerning the Canadian Nursing Sisters of World War I and II Oral History Program undertaken in two stages, between 1977 and 1980, and from 1987 to 1995, under the project direction of Margaret Allemang. Records include transcripts, audio cassettes, and photographs of interviewees; the first series contains 19 printed volumes, 46 audio cassettes, and 28 photographs of Canadian Nursing Sisters of WWI interviewees, while the second series consists of 2 printed volumes documenting Canadian Nursing Sisters of WWII, 'Their Lives and Experiences in a Changing Society.' Also included in the collection are observational records from a study on the experiences of eight cardiac patients during a period of hospitalization in a general hospital, performed in cooperation with the Toronto Western Hospital, which resulted in the completion of a report in 1960. Additionally, records from a research project based on educational theory concerning patients’ perceptions of illness, treatment, and self care, conducted in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, form part of the collection; these records consist of notes, articles, and other research materials gathered throughout her study. A copy of a lecture titled ‘Canadian N/S of WWI – Their Lives and Experiences in a Changing Society’ given by Margaret Allemang at the seminar ‘Women and the Canadian Military: An Overview’ held at R.M.C., 1984, also forms part of the collection.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Trinity Western University
Description
The fonds consists of records that document the activities and functions of the School of Nursing, including correspondence, minutes, and reports.
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Nursing
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Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of a few pieces of correspondence pertaining to Dr. Funnell's death as well as her certification by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario; plus a crayon portrait of her as a young woman. There are also certificates and diplomas from her time at Queen's Univeristy, notebooks containing medicinal recipes, autographs and bible studies, and photographs of Ada and her sister Rose. Also included are two syringe cases, with syringes, a silver prescription scale by Dr. C.H. Fitch and a portable electro-medical apparatus, patented by A. Gaiffe, philosophical instrument maker.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of three articles (one typscript, two published) titled 'The Bryophyte Colletion of the Fowler Herbarium,' 'Aquatic Macrophytes in the Bay of Quinte, 1972-1982,' and 'Root Iron Plaques and Metal Uptake by Wetland Plants.'
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Biology
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The article details the story of the readmission of women to Queen's University Medical School after the Second World War.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
National Defence Headquarters Directorate of History and Heritage
Description
Fonds consists of photographs taken by Agnes Tennant during the Second World War when she served as a Nursing Matron with the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Includes photographs taken in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and the United Kingdom. Most have no captions. Also includes a copy of her personnel file and 2 post cards.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
Some botanical drawings are available online.
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Botany
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects Alfreda Jean Attrill’s education, nursing career, war service, her affiliation with the St. John’s Ambulance Association, and her genealogy. The series is arranged into nine series and covers events from her early life to her death through awards, certificates, memoirs, family histories, correspondence, articles, programs, diaries, invitations, publications and prayers.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
The fonds documents Alice Girard's professional career. It includes, among other items, correspondence, press clippings, a slide show entitled Alice Girard Retrospective, as well as two scrapbooks. The fonds also includes documents related to the death of Alice Girard.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence, lecture notes, speeches, articles, and memoirs as Professor of Astronomy and Dean of Women (1939-59) at Queen's University; President of the International Federation of University Women. Included is an article by Douglas titled, 'Symbols in Stone' which was printed in the Queen's Review August, 1952. Also included is correspondence with Albert Einstein and others concerning Sir Arthur Eddington.
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Astrophysics
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains the records of the Women's College Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association dating from 1918 to 2011. The fonds is arranged into 19 series and includes newsletters, financial records, meeting minutes, Association by-laws, annual reports, fundraising records, scholarship records, committee records, histories, and registers.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
City of Toronto
Description
Fonds consists of the textual and photographic records created, used and maintained by the Alumnae Association, School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital. This includes the full range of the association's high-level administrative records, such as: constitutions and bylaws, minutes to meetings, financial records, annual reports, committee reports and executive correspondence. Dating back to its founding year in 1894, these records substantiate all of the Alumnae's activities over the course of their existence, the major ones being: forming a Sick Benefit Fund for School of Nursing graduates; advancing the nursing profession in Canada by helping form the Graduate Nurses' Association of Ontario (GNAO) and the Canadian National Association of Trained Nurses (CNATN); establishing trust funds, bursaries and scholarships to encourage women into further education in health-related areas; publishing directories and newsletters; organizing social events, such as anniversary dinners, reunions and fundraisers; and maintaining an archives to preserve the memory of the School and its graduates [...]
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of photographs of Amelia and her service in the First World War.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, articles, correspondence, biographical notes, and other material.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains one paper authored by Anila Maskeri as part of her studies toward achieving her Masters of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
B2007-0001: Sketch books for 2nd and 3rd year assignments,as well as one group photograph of 1st year University of Toronto architecture students, 1955, document Ann McJanet's (nee Hill) time as a student in Architecture, 1955-57. There is also a group photograph of residents of Falconer House for 1955-56. Each photograph has a partially completed key that identifies some of the individuals. 1955-1959 B2008-0024: This accession contains tracings and photocopies of the final presentation drawings of the Danby House in Fallowfield, completed by Ann E. McJanet in her 3rd year of architecture. 1958
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Architecture
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains materials authored and co-authored by Anna Stahmer in her role as Senior Associate with the Ryerson International Development Centre. Fonds has been divided into two series - papers and reports.
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Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds contains 1 publication 'The Nursing Care of Patients with Infantile Paralysis' by Jessie L. Stevenson (1940) and 8 notebooks, dated 1937-1939, containing notes taken in her nurses training courses at the Victoria Public Hospital in Fredericton. They include notes on the causes, symptoms and treatment of diseases; mixtures, chemistry, routes and procedures; anatomy; dietetics; and hygiene. One notebook contains daily reports, charts/statistical records, kept by month of the areas in the hospital where she worked each day, number of patients seen and types of cases dealt with, written in notation form. These daily reports date from February 1937 to June 1939. Finally, a Dietetics test, dated April 18, 1938 rounds out this fonds.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
This series, part of the Green Family fonds, consists of correspondence, photographs, and publications relating to Annie Green's time as a nurse during WWI.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The majority of this collection is correspondence between Annie Holiday Pelleter and her parents Elise and William Holiday. The collection also includes correspondence with and between other family members, photographs, genealogical and biographical information, and miscellaneous material about the Rondeau, Holiday, and Pelletier families. Included is an early written exchange, circa 1864, between Elise Rondeau and a local parish priest who disagree on religious freedom and the interpretation of a biblical passage. The correspondence between Annie and her parents, including the period in which she is a student at McGill, is written in French (from and to her mother) and English (from and to her father). This correspondence provides a vital resource on early student life and the day-to-day concerns of a young woman living away from home in late 19th Century Montreal. The correspondence is rich in its detail and frankness on matters of family life, conflict, and religious and educational issues.
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Science
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of minutes, reports and other material from the first 25 years of the Association in volume 1. The remainder of the fonds consists of a variety of reports and minutes from various meetings, committees and conferences. There are also documents relating to membership, and correspondence with a wide range of organizations around the world.
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Engineering
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
The fonds consists of minutes, reports, correspondence, acts of legislation, as well as supporting documents such as newsletters, speeches, newspaper clippings, position discussion papers, and promotional material relating to the activities of the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL). The fonds also consists of a photograph collection and audio visual material.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Programmes, invitations, memorabilia, clippings, a photograph, a certificate, and artifacts documenting Miss Cowling's one-year course in Dental Nursing (1936-1937). Included are the following items: a photograph of the Dental Nurses graduating class of 1937 and two class pins; and ribbons and programmes for the Ontario Dental Nurses and Assistants Association (1937, 1938).
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Dentistry
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Victoria University
Description
The fonds consists of Augusta Stowe-Gullen’s records pertaining to her activities as a medical doctor and a suffragette, and to her personal life; of Frederick Cecil Gullen’s records pertaining to his family’s history; and of Agnes Gullen's records pertaining to her personal life and family activities. It consists of three series.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
Grey County Archives
Description
This fonds consists of 3 volumes of Minute Books (1940 to 1945) which include minutes of regular meetings, financial statements, cash accounts, lists of officers and directors and membership lists. The fonds also includes a banquet program (1936) related to the short course in Agriculture and Home Economics held from November 24 to December 18, 1936.
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Home Economics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds reflects Jones’ work as a scientist, but not her activities as a poet. Over two-thirds of the materials are student notes coupled with quizzes, laboratories and reports. These largely stem from her Cornell period, and cover graduate seminars in population genetics and biochemistry as well as her doctoral research in plant breeding and plant physiology. There are also notes for courses on statistics, genetics, agriculture and animal physiology from the University of the West Indies. Materials related to Jones' research comprise laboratory notes and graphs, drafts of papers and correspondence with publishers, scientific supply companies, and other scientists in her field. Administrative papers related to research include applications to the National Research Council, budget statements, requisitions and invoices for equipment, records of laboratory assistants and summer students, and correspondence on travel arrangements. Her teaching of genetics and zoology is illustrated by her class and seminar notes, laboratory outlines, reading lists, and examinations. The administrative side is represented by memoranda on course changes and course evaluations, correspondence on the rental of films and the purchase of equipment, files on freshman counseling and the supervision of graduate students and letters of recommendation for students. Supplementing this are minutes of faculty meetings and materials relating to the McGill Association of University Teachers. Biographical material on Jones may be found in a file containing curricula vitae, obituaries, and correspondence concerning the Barbara Jones Fund.
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Genetics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Consists of mostly Barbara J. Gill’s personal records, includes nursing certificates.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of one paper and one article authored by Kelsey.
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Information technology
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds comprises research notes, bibliographies, manuscripts, edited typescripts and proofs for In Caps and Gowns. 
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains articles, a report, and announcement of CIHR award.
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Biochemistry
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of subject files, office files, printed material, videos, photographs, and slides relating to home economic topics such as cooking and kitchen and laundry planning presented by Beatrice Millar on behalf of the British Columbia Hydro Home Service Centre. Photographs consist of slides used in the BC Hydro home economics program as well as photographs of BC Hydro and Beatrice Millar in a television studio.
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Home Economics
Hosting Institution
Concordia University
Description
This fonds provides information on Bernice Goldsmith’s teaching activities at Concordia as well as her research interests in environmental impact assessment governance and laws, and environmental protection. The fonds includes course materials, research files, daily activity agendas, conference reports and notes, correspondence, and publications.
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Engineering
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Bertha Gregory's journal offers details of her work at the port of Saint John during the winters of 1920-1921 and 1921-1922, particularly with respect to the Red Cross nursery located in the immigration building, Saint John West. She records names of ships arriving; the number of adults, children, and infants aboard; and the ministrations performed. A number of photographs depicting places and people she worked or served with during her 1919 trip West on Red Cross Train Service for soldiers' dependents, are pasted on several journal pages. Also pasted inside the journal are photographs of Bertha Gregory, her assistants, acquaintances, groups of immigrants, and immigrant children, as well as newspaper clippings, a Canadian Red Cross Society report, and a few letters all relating to her work as a port nurse at Saint John or Québec. There are also samples of Red Cross information cards, in several different languages, which were distributed to arriving immigrants to assist them in locating health care for their families [...]
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Public Health
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Miss Eggen was interviewed by Lynne French on January 20, 1994. She discussed her training as a nurse and her career as an Army nurse, and as a public health nurse for the Victorian Order of Nurses, the Calgary Board of Health and the Federal government's Indian Health Services. She notes advances and changes in training and practice and the development of homecare services. She compares the inter-agency cooperation among charities and agencies she observed in Montreal with the competitive activities of service groups in Calgary.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Miss Gourlay was interviewed by Lynne French in Calgary, Alberta, on December 30, 1993. She discusses her career as a staff nurse and nursing educator, her professional involvement with AARN (President, 1985-1987), and her views of the political situation of nurses in Alberta. Since 1990 she has taught a series of workshops to nurses interested in entering independent practice. She notes that there are barriers to such practice: although public health nurses have operated in the community for many years, they do so as employees, and there is no Federal or Alberta legislation that permits nurses to have direct access to patients as independent health care providers. Miss Gourlay considers the ways such practice might be put into effect, beginning with public awareness of the nurses's role in community health.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
Accession A.06-02 of the fonds consists of seven series. They include biographical and academic material, correspondence, articles, conferences, grants, committees, and Aging in Manitoba Study. Accession A.07-61 of the fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.
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Gerontology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, a CV, correspondence, articles, staff file, and other material.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of textual records in the form of published documents, correspondence and working papers reflective of Nordrum’s involvement with women’s organizations and activities. In her capacity as policy analyst and Junior League member, Nordrum participated in a variety of organizations dedicated to addressing issues of gender equality, empowerment, and access. The type of groups and the issues on her agenda were conditioned by events, such as the Meech Lake Accord hearings and the murder of fourteen women in Montreal. Most notably, she was involved in the creation of an organization whose purpose was assisting women enter the political arena.  Overall, the fonds provides some useful insight into the concerns of women in the 1980s and 1990s and their collective attempts to address inequities.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Alberta
Description
Biographical materials 1940-1962 Certificates and news clippings relating to A.L. and Anna Blackberg. Correspondence 1941-1959 Includes letters to Harold J. Hole. Memorabilia 1956-1964 Includes commemorative booklets, Royal Tour (1959), including instructions for the stopover in Yellowknife; other printed materials; maps. Motion pictures 1951-1963 Family and community events (18 film reels, 8mm). Photographs 1910-[1973] Family, Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories (1257 images).
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Pharmacy
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains a CV, academic announcements, a list of publications and an article.
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Physiotherapy
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of administrative records: policies, annual reports, organizational charts, briefs and papers, minutes, personnel records, committee minutes and reports, enrollment statistics and forms, and budgets; curriculum records: calendars, student evaluations, studies and course outlines; and student affairs records: student council minutes, reports and financial statements; and School of Nursing Alumni records. Includes newsclippings, scrapbooks, and photographs (1897-1967) of nurses residence, faculty, students, school and hospital.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of correspondence, financial accounts, programs of annual meetings, minutes of provincial Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP) meetings, and records of the Canadian Society of Cytologists. Photographs depict past presidents of the CAP.
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Pathology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of constitutions and by-laws, letters patent, minutes of annual and council meetings, correspondence, notes, membership lists, survey reports and symposia agendas. Includes files related to the Canadian Federation of Biological Sciences, the International Union of Biochemistry, and the Pan-American Association of Biochemistry Societies.
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Biochemistry
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of records relating to establishment and administration of the CBA, correspondence, meetings (annual meetings and committee meetings), environmental and political causes of the association and its members, and other matters. Included in the fonds are photographs (of members, meetings and conferences) and objects.
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Botany
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of minutes, annual reports, committee reports, correspondence, memoranda, news bulletins and a brochure.
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Engineering
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of annual meeting proceedings, minutes of the Board of Directors, minutes of the Executive Committee. The material is located on microfilm reels M-1992 to M-1994, M-6503 to M-6504, and M-6518 to M-6519. Also included is a film sponsored by the Council and a Canadian Council of Professional Engineers award medal.
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Engineering
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of meeting minutes of the directors, the executive committee, and of the membership; annual reports of the executive committee; bound scrapbooks consisting of newspaper clippings, programs, invitations, and photographs.
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Nutrition
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
There are 15 interviews on 26 audiotapes, with a transcript for each; and transcripts of 11 interviews for which an audiotape was not provided. Each nurse interviewed was asked to describe her family history, including grandparents, parents and siblings, childhood health, health practices in her family and neighbourhood, education, nursing training, decision to join the Army after 1914 and experiences overseas, demobilization and work or personal experiences after the war, and thoughts on the changes in nursing practice she had observed to the present. The nurses were commissioned officers in the Canadian Army and were stationed first at military hospitals in England before being sent to France or the Mediterranean. The nurses interviewed and their interviewers are:;1 - Elizabeth Ellison (McCurdy) Coughlin / K. Poulton, 1977: Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast; Toronto General Hospital; Taplow and (Le Tréport). 1 audiotape. 2 - Mary Agnes Darling, 1888-[19] / Margaret Allemang, 1978: Toronto Hospital for Sick Children; [University of Toronto Base Hospital] #4 Unit, Étaples, Salonika (Gallipoli front). 2 audiotapes. 3 - Mary Frances (King) Farquharson / Jean M. Ciceri, 1978: Toronto Western Hospital; Taplow. 1 audiotape. 4 - Florence (Bloy) Graham / K. Poulton, 1979: England (hospital not identified); Winnipeg General Hospital; Weyburn, Saskatchewan; Hastings, Le Tréport. 2 audiotapes. 5 - Ethel (Norman) Williams Grainger, 1891-[19] / May McChesney, 1978: ambulance driver with Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, near Calais. 2 audiotapes. 6 - Laura (Hanham) Harper / Margaret Allemang, 1978: Hamilton General Hospital; Bramshott. 1 audiotape. 7 - Edna Nettie Howey / Sharon Samland, 1978: Toronto General Hospital; Le Tréport; Vimy Ridge casualties. 2 audiotapes. 8 - Edith Rogers, (1893?-[19]) / Margaret Allemang, 1977: Patterson [Hospital], New Jersey; Étaples; DVA after the war. Birth date may be 1889. 1 audiotape. 9 - Mabel (Lucas) Rutherford / Margaret Allemang, 1978: Toronto Western Hospital; #6 General Hospital, Rouen; Salonika (Gallipoli); Malta; Basingstoke. 4 audiotapes. 10 - Annie Victoria (Coghill) Shearer, 1889-[19] / Margaret Allemang, 1978: Royal Infirmary, Newcastle; Edith Cavell's Clinic, Brussels; 14th Stationary Hospital, Rouen; Le Tréport; post-war: Ogeman, Saskatchewan. 2 audiotapes. 11 - Helen Sibbald / May McChesney, 1979; St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, 1914; University [of Toronto] Base Hospital #4, Rouen; Salonika; Malta; Basingstoke. 1 audiotape. 12 - Katherine (Wilson) Simmie / Julia Harvey, 1977: Owen Sound Hospital; #3 Canadian Stationary Hospital Unit, #3 Imperial, #3 British Hospital at Trianon Palace, Versailles; #1 General at Étaples (Col. Sam Hughes); Lemnos (Lester B. Pearson). 1 audiotape. 13 - Marian (Souter) Wilson / Margaret Allemang, 1977: Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario; Imperial Hospital, Orpington; Étaples, Dannes-Camiers; Charmes; Vimy Ridge casualties, #7 Western Universities Battalion (George Drew; University of Alberta contingent). 2 audiotapes. 14 - Katherine (VanBuskirk) Woodbury, 1894-[19] / Jean Murtagh, 1980: Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston; 22nd British Expeditionary Force Hospital, Harvard Unit, Dannes-Camiers (near Étaples) (Helen Dore Boylston); Passchendaele casualties (Allan Gregg, Paul Dudley White, Joseph Aub); post-war: American Red Cross in Paris, organizing hospitals in Albania, Salonika, Poland, Egypt, Capetown. 15 - Marion Wylie / Margaret Allemang, 1979: Toronto Western Hospital; #7 Canadian General Hospital; Ramsgate; Le Tréport and Étaples; [Bonn] with the Army of Occupation; post-war: Imperial Oil Hospital in Colombia and Peru; Standard Oil Hospital in Aruba. ; The following interviews have transcripts or summaries but not audiotapes:;16 - Included in one booklet: ; - Mary A. Buchanan, 1888-1982 / Lettie Turner, 1978: Toronto General Hospital; Taplow; #2 Canadian General Hospital, Le Tréport; Doullens (bombings, influenza epidemic in 1918). ; - Lavinia (Kropf) Gerrard, [1890]-1978 / K. Poulton, 1976: Guelph General Hospital; Regina General Hospital; #8 Canadian Stationary Hospital, Shorncliffe, Folkestone; Hastings (Florence Bloy Graham); #7 Canadian Hospital, Étaples; #8 Canadian Stationary Hospital, Dannes-Camiers and Charmes; Canadian Forestry Corps Hospital; post-war: Military Hospital, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. ; -Barbara Argo (Ross) Hanna, 1890-1978 / Lettie Turner, 1978: Orpington; Army [Hospital], Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. ; -Margaret (Foster) Harston, 1894-[19] / [Interviewer not identified], 1979: Belleville General Hospital; #15 General Base Hospital, Taplow (formerly the Duchess of Connaught's Canadian Red Cross Hospital). ; - Helen Hefernan, 1891-1980 / Lettie Turner, 1978: St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton; service in England (hospitals not named). ; - Edna Jeffery, 1883-1981 / K. Poulton, 1977: Grace Hospital, Toronto; Army [Hospital], Toronto, Halifax, to nurse victims of the explosion; Orpington, Bramshott, Basingstoke. ; - Lillian Pidgeon, 1888-1978 / Lettie Turner, 1977: Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal; #3 Canadian General Hospital (McGill University Unit); Dannes-Camiers and Boulogne. ; - Marion (Starr) Storey, [18]-1984 / Evelyn Wexler, 1978: #2 Canadian General Hospital, Le Tréport. ; 17 - Lillie Rae (Harris) Cunningham, 1890-[19] / May McChesney, 1979: Toronto Hospital for Sick Children; [London and Étaples] (hospitals not identified). ; 18 - Helen Langman, 1884-[19] / Jean Clipsham, 1977: Ontario Military Hospital; Orpington; transport duty, England to Canada. ; 19 - Maude Wilkinson, 1891?-[19] / May McChesney, 1978: Roosevelt Hospital, New York City; duty overseas at [Étaples?]. ; - There are transcripts for interviews 1-15, with a time/footage summary for each.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds documents the operations and functions of the Canadian Phytopathological Society (CPS), including the establishment  of CPS, general operations, conferences and annual general meetings, collaboration with other societies, and other matters. The fonds also includes some records documenting the Canadian Branch of the American Phytopathological  Society (APS), the immediate predecessor body to the COS.
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Botany
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
The fonds consists of the correspondence of the Society.
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Nutrition
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains a paper co-authored by Carole Chauncey on Information Technology Management.
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Information technology
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of 20 lab notebooks (1966-1970) containing notes from Caroline Astell’s PhD studies. The notebooks include the results of her studies with Michael Smith in the area of oligonucleotides beginning about May 1968.
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Microbiology
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of Catherine's First World War diary, scrapbook of newsclippings and photographs of the de Bellefeuille and Macdonell families
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of a paper authored by Catherine Middleton. Published in the Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology. An earlier version of the paper was presented at the 11th Australian Conference on Information Systems held in Bribane in 2000. It won the Best Paper Award.
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Information technology
Hosting Institution
University of Waterloo
Description
Fonds consists of material accumulated by Catherine Taylor throughout her career as a nurse. Includes correspondence, certificates, clippings, an autograph book, and other material. Correspondents include Viscountess Eleanor Sandhurst, wife of the Lord High Chamberlain of England and Lady-in-Waiting to the Queen, and Sir Thomas J. Lipton.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds is divided into seven series. They include biographical information, lists of bird calls, bird calls on audio tapes and CDs, commercially produced CDs, vinyl discs, and CDs produced by other people. In total, the tape collection consists of 134 microcassettes, 62 data tapes, 20 audio reels, 4 vinyl discs, 206 CDs, and 7 audio-cassettes.
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Ecology
Hosting Institution
York University
Description
Fonds consists of the records pertaining to the activities of the Canadian Association for Women in Science (CAWIS) and includes CAWIS administration records, 1981-1992; CAFWEST records, 1983-1989; Task Force on the Status of Women Graduate Students records, 1985-1991; Women's Studies Working Group records, 1985-1989; York Women's Centre records, 1975-1991.
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Science
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Correspondence relating to mathematics, lectures and trips that was received by Cecilia (Dunaj) Krieger, lecturer in Mathematics and Physics. Krieger was the first woman to receive her Doctorate in Mathematics from the University of Toronto in 1930. Much of the correspondence is in polish and is from Waclaw Sierpinski, the polish mathematician whose work she translated for her doctorate.
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Mathematics
Physics
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
For more information, please contact the hosting institution
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Science
Engineering
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds reflects Dr. Ferencz's friendship with the physician Harold N. Segall from the early 1960s until his death in 1990. It contains letters, cards, and postcards Dr. Ferencz received from Dr. Segall, as well as photographs of Dr. Segall and ephemera relating to the Segall-Gross lectures and various celebrations of Dr. Segall's life.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, biographical information, correspondence, and articles on Dr. Ross.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
C.M. Aylard's papers consist of a student notebook on geology.
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Geology
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds consists principally of a diary that recounts Gass's experiences as a nurse with the Canadian Army Medical Corps in France and England from 4 March 1915 to 31 December 1916. Her diary contains an early appearance of the poem "In Flanders Field,"... » written by John McCrae during the war upon the burial of a close friend.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects Ada Janet Ross’ nursing career and wartime experience from her nursing training, through to her death and posthumous honours. The records document her time at the Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing, the Women’s Hospital in New York, the Selkirk Hospital, as well as her affiliations with the Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses, the Nursing Sisters, and the Canadian Army Medical Corps. The collection consists of certificates, programmes, forms, correspondence, photographs, postcards and artefacts which have been arranged into seven series.
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Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Collection provides information on Beatrice Kidd in relation to her roles as a nursing student, both at Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing. Her records document her graduation from Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing in 1928. The collection consists of a pin, book, nurse’s caps, photographs, correspondence, notes, programs, newspaper clippings, and yearbook.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects Edith Evelyn Turner’s career at the Children’s Hospital, the Winnipeg General Hospital and the Health Sciences Center. Her records document her work as a student, a nurse, a supervisor, a staffing co-ordinator, a designer, and an advisor. The collection has been arranged into seven series and includes textbooks, photographs, pins and name badges, yearbooks and a graduation programme, silver spoons, and design patent.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Wilfrid Laurier University
Description
The collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and other material complied by and about Emily Stowe and her daughter Augusta Stowe-Gullen. It is arranged in the following series: Photograph and biographical information; Short histories of Emily Stowe; Family history; Teaching Certificate of Emily Jennings; Pamphlets; Blue album; Green album; Brown album; Purple binder; Sampler by Emily Howard Jennings; Augusta Stowe-Gullen papers on microfilm - Victoria University, Toronto.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Articles written by or about Ethel Johns and correspondence concerning the School of Nursing book.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection documents the life of Isabel Maitland Stewart’s including her education, her training as a nurse, and her career as a nurse and educator. The collection consists of certificates, correspondence, articles, photographs, pins, graduation attire and medals. The collection is arranged into six series which document her life from her early education in Ontario and Manitoba through to her reception of honourary degrees following her retirement. Posthumous events created by acquaintances of Isabel Stewart are also included.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects the roles of Joan Antoinette Kupchak as a nursing student, staff nurse and educator while documenting her graduations, achievements, teaching activities, and affiliation with the Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses. The collection is arranged into four series and includes diplomas, certificates, correspondence, pieces of uniform, photographs, pins and various objects.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Collection provides information on Laura Johnson in relation to her roles as a nursing student, both in Toronto and Winnipeg, and a public health nurse in Manitoba. Her records document her work, her research, her family history, and her travels in Iceland. The collection consists of pins, photographs, correspondence, notes, assignments, journals, and papers.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
The collection consists of handwritten class notes and reprints from Maggie Benston's first offering of the course, 'Women, Science and Technology,' (WS 204-3). The collection consists of one file.
STEM Field
Chemistry
Physics
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection contains items which reflect Margaret (Peggy) Grace Wallace’s nursing training, accomplishments, retirement and death. These items include medals, certificates, a letter of reference, a report of affiliate student, a newspaper clipping, photographs, sculptures and her obituary.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Photocopies, biographical sketches, writing by Mary Ellen Birtles, cards, correspondence, periodicals, journal and newspaper articles.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects Mary Shepherds career at Winnipeg Municipal Hospitals and includes articles written by her and about her as well as various objects used by her.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection mainly records Ruby Dickie’s wartime service as a nursing sister during the First World War but also documents her graduation from the Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing, and her affiliation with the Manitoba Association of Graduate Nurses and the Canadian Association of Nurses. The collection is arranged into six series and consists of certificates, programmes, service records, photographs, guidebook, and objects, including a medicine chest which is believed to have been used during the North-West Rebellion of 1885.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Saksatchewan
Description
This fonds contains material relating to the research work, extension activities, publications and administration of the College of Home Economics. These records generally contain correspondence, minutes, reports, and memoranda, and include as well material relating to various provincial and national professional organizations.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The collection includes Hahn Oberlander’s landscape drawings for the National Gallery of Canada (1984), War Museum Courtyard (1984), and concept sketches of the development of the planted roof at Library Square, Vancouver (1992-94). Slides show the roof at Library Square.  See also Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Anna Dawson Harrington's papers consist chiefly of incoming correspondence, including: 1.5 cm of letters from J. W. Dawson, 1868-1896; 3 cm from Margaret Mercer Dawson, 1870-1902; 10 cm from George Mercer Dawson, 1865-1901; 7 items from William Bell Dawson, 1868-1876; 5 items from Rankine Dawson, 1871-1899; 15 items from Eva Dawson Atkin, 1880-1896; 13 cm from her husband B. J. Harrington, 1876-1906; 2 cm from her children, 1892-1913; 1 cm of congratulatory letters at the time of her marriage, 1875-1876; 13 letters from friends and associates, 1867-1911; 4 cm of letters of sympathy on the death of her husband, 1907; 2 cm of letters concerning subscriptions for his portrait, a girlhood diary, 1866-1871 and some notes for biographies of J. W. Dawson and George Mercer Dawson. Earlier years contain substantial correspondence from her brother George during his education in London and early travels with the International Border Survey and then the Geological Survey of Canada. Substantial family correspondence with her children during their youth and her husband Bernard relates to domestic matters, such as the household, new house, the children's health and activities, with frequent passing mention of finances. 
STEM Field
Geology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of a paper presented at the 22nd annual conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, June, 1994.
STEM Field
Biology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
This file contains a paper co-authored by Deborah I. Fels and presented at NSF/Multimedia '95 Workshop on Adaptive Multimedia Technologies for People with Disabilities, Friday, November 10, 1995 in San Franciso, California.
STEM Field
Information technology
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
The fonds of the Department of Psychology consists of records made and received in the course of administering the department, providing instruction, and promoting research. Activities and topics documented include policy and procedures development; the planning, initiation and administration of curriculum and programs; departmental meetings research achievements; student activities; and faculty appointment, promotion and tenure deliberations. Includes correspondence, minutes, reports, policies, faculty employment records, and other documents.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection reflects Dolly Gembey’s career at Winnipeg General Hospital and includes records related both to her work and her philanthropy.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file consists of documents relating to Hossack Huggins' career. It contains an obituary, newspaper clippings, articles, correspondence, photographs, a diary and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Surgery
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of University of Alberta Hospital School of Nursing class notes, handouts and pamphlets on nursing issues and methods of care.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The collection consists of Kathleen Shafer’s graduation bracelet.
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, a copy of a student card, photocopied articles, and correspondence.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Waterloo
Description
Collection consists of F.W. Wegenast's material relating to the trial of Dorothea Palmer. It contains correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts of court examinations, arguments used in court, research materials, documents, printed and published items, and clippings relating to the case Rex vs. Palmer.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
These papers consist of class notes, examinations and other materials connected with Dorothy Brewster's nursing training. Her notebooks in pediatrics, psychology, bloodvessels and parasites, obstetrics and post-natal care, hospital housekeeping, nursing theory and psychology are supplemented by loose notes on various diseases, hospital dietetics, sanitation, and the techniques of study. An attendance card and case-work sheets document her practical training at the Montreal General and Montreal Maternity Hospitals. Finally, copies of examination questions for the School of Nursing and for Registered Nurses Association of Québec, 1924-1927, are accompanied by Brewster's answers.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains two files related to the administrative work of Dorothy Macham as Executive Director at the Hospital. The files include the administrative journal of Dorothy Macham used during her time as Executive Director (Superintendent) of Women's College Hospital. The journal contains entries dated March 18, 1946 to September 8, 1975. Additional files include 2 binders of work related to committees including the 'New Building Committee,' discussing the building of Burton Hall.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary notice, a copy of a student card, and an article featuring an interview with DMJ.
STEM Field
Medicine
Physiology
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds contains Dorothy R. Coles' art work. The fonds includes sketches, photographs and a glass negative of sketches of Coles' operations on plastic surgery cases at two hospitals, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue in Quebec and Christie Street Hospital in Toronto, 1919-1921, and sketches for an anatomy class of Dr. John Tate at McGill University, ca. 1922.
STEM Field
Anatomy
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds contains Dorothy R. Coles' art work. The fonds includes sketches, photographs and a glass negative of sketches of Coles' operations on plastic surgery.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of a film entitled District Nurse: An Alberta Public Service produced by the Department of Public Health. The film enacts the roles and duties of a district nurse in Northern Alberta in the 1950s.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains documents relating to Anderson's career. It includes a biography, correspondence, articles, reports, and notices of appointments and awards.
STEM Field
Zoology
Anatomy
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains documents relating to Anthonisen's career. It includes a copy of a student card, brief biography, articles, photographs of awards, and correspondence about her post-grad fellowship.
STEM Field
Medicine
Psychiatry
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains a CV, newspaper clippings, articles, academic announcements, correspondence, and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Genetics
Pediatrics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds contains transcriptions and sound recordings of interviews with Dr. Anna Loane as well as photographs and a few textual records. In the interviews, Dr. Loane discusses growing up in Carleton, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, the warmth and comfort of her family and home, and the encouragement she received from her father to enter the medical profession. She also recounts her years of practice in Fredericton during the 1950s and early 1960s, the social and medical ethics of the day, the conditions of the old Victoria Public Hospital, and her years in India. Also included are a copy of a speech that she delivered to a symposium of women entitled, 'Change' and an invitation to the opening of Sharansthan Hospital, in Banswara (1970). The photographs have been moved to the photograph section (P394).
STEM Field
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
This series consists of various documents and photographs relating to the life and activities of Dr. Augusta Stowe-Gullen (ASG).
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains records related to the life and family of Dr. Florence Marguerite Hill. Material within the fonds specifically includes photographs of the Hill family dating back to the 1880s, school records and awards from F. M. Hill's time as a student at North Toronto Collegiate Institute from (1932-1936), school records from the University of Toronto related to her completion of a Masters of Arts degree in Psychology in 1941 and a Doctorate of Medicine degree in 1952. The fonds also contains records and photographs related to F.M. Hill’s military career in the Canadian Women’s Army Corps at home and overseas during the Second World War and also her medical career at Women's College Hospital. Some material relates to the Dr. F. M. Hill Honorary Trust Fund, F. M. Hill Chair in Academic Medicine and the annual F.M. Hill Lecture. The fonds also includes various awards presented to Dr. Hill throughout her career. The fonds includes a variety of professional portraits of F. M. Hill taken throughout her life, her military medals, Faculty of Medicine Class of 1952 gold medal from the University of Toronto, graduation photographs, military medals and photographs, Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee medal, Order of Canada medal and Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee medal. The fonds is arranged into seven series: Hill family records; North Toronto Collegiate Institute student records of F. M. Hill; student records of F. M. Hill related to the University of Toronto; military records of F. M. Hill; records of Dr. F. M. Hill related to Women's College Hospital; awards and accolades presented to Dr. F.M. Hill; and items collected by F. M. Hill.
STEM Field
Medicine
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
Registration and Examination Tickets, Ladies Medical College.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The collection contains of records of Dr. Jean Davey Flatt mainly related to her military appointment in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Some records relate to her resignation as Chief of Medicine, her Order of Canada appointment, and teaching at Women's College Hospital. The collection consists of correspondence, memos, a speech, a program, and teaching slides dating from 1941-1944, 1964, 1967-1968, 1973. The collection is arranged into four files: correspondence; documents collected from Library and Archives Canada related to Dr. Davey; Order of Canada program; teaching slides belonging to Dr. Davey.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains the primarily professional records of Dr. Jessie Gray and is comprised of correspondence and speeches. Obituaries have been added to the fonds. The fonds is arranged in 11 series: submissions to publications; correspondence; directories; panel discussion on general practitions; speeches, 1940-1949; panel discussion; speeches, 1950-1959; speeches, 1960-1969; Science Council of Canada; retirement and obituaries; and diplomas.
STEM Field
Medicine
Surgery
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
For more information, please contact the hosting institution.
STEM Field
Geography
Geology
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of records created and/or collected by Dr. Lavina Lickley, primarily between 1989-2002. The fonds contains material related to the proposed merger of Women's College Hospital and the Toronto Hospital Corporation (1989), the proposed closure of Women's College Hospital (1997), and the amalgamation of Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Sciences Centre (1998). Material also relates to the Department of Surgery, the Henrietta Banting Breast Centre and Dr. Lickley's study of Tamozifen and Raloxifene (STAR). The fonds consists of Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Sciences Centre environmental scans, media clippings, reports, presentation handouts and research papers. The fonds is arranged into seven series: S&W environmental scans; Women's College Hospital – Toronto Hospital Corporation merger media clippings and hospital response; Women's College Hospital department of surgery reports; memorabilia collected by Dr. Lavina Lickley; presentation material of Dr. Lavina Lickley; media Clippings collected by Dr. Lavina Lickley; and research papers written by members of the Henrietta Banting Breast Centre.
STEM Field
Medicine
Surgery
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains the professional records of Dr. Lois Plumb and includes correspondence, lecture notes, plans, by-law amendments, and annual reports. The fonds is arranged into 5 series: administrative documents; correspondence regarding teaching psychology at the University of Toronto; lecture notes; professional certificates; and correspondence related to medical appointments.
STEM Field
Medicine
Psychiatry
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains the records of Dr. Lynn From from 1980-2004. The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, journal articles, and financial records related to Dr. From's work in the Division of Dermatology and architectural drawings related to the establishment of the Dr. Ricky Schachter Dermatology Centre. The fonds also includes correspondence, reports, minutes, draft agreements, copies of legal affidavits and promotional buttons primarily related to Dr. From's position as President of the Medical Staff Association and to the amalgamation of Sunnybrook and Women's College Hospital. The fonds is arranged into five series: publications written and collected by Dr. Lynn From; dermatology; Women's College Campus Medical Staff Association; records related to the amalgamation of Sunnybrook and Women's College Hospital; and Women's College Hospital related promotional buttons.
STEM Field
Medicine
Dermatology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of 6 pieces of correspondence all pertaining to or received by Margaret Parks. There are two letters of reference written by her instructors at the Ontario Medical College for Women, both dated December 1900, testifying to her medical competency. As well, the fonds contains a note to Margaret Parks from her brother John. H. Parks (1893), requesting information about the quantity of coal needed for the winter; a letter to her from brother John H. Parks [1918?] containing comments on the war and a suggestion that she remain in England and not consider going to Egypt or elsewhere abroad; and two letters (1914 and 1917) addressed to Margaret Parks, probably by her mother, that offer news of home and family during wartime [...]
STEM Field
Medicine
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
The fonds consists of two series; Science East and Family History. The three Science East Scrapbooks were compiled by Marie from photographs, newspaper clippings, and other records she accrued during her long involvement with the Centre. She created the scrapbooks in 2014 to commemorate the Centre's 20th Anniversary.
STEM Field
Science
Chemistry
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
This collection consists of correspondence received by Dr. Marion Hilliard prior to a summer trip overseas on the Europa. The collection also contains a portfolio believed to belong to Dr. Hilliard. The correspondence, which includes note cards and letters, contains well wishes for the trip. The correspondence is undated, but is addressed to Dr. Hilliard, and so is assumed to be from between when she graduated from medical school in 1927 and her death in 1958.
STEM Field
Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of the professional and personal papers of Dr. Marion Powell dating from 1968-1997. The fonds is arranged into 18 series and contains correspondence, reports, journals, newsletters, newspaper and media clippings, books, statistical data, conference programs, video cassettes, audio cassettes, samples of contraceptives, pharmaceutical company literature, slides and literature searches.
STEM Field
Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of the professional correspondence of Dr. Yvonne de Buda. Much of the correspondence has to do with issues Dr. de Buda had with accessing patient records. Other topics of the correspondence include medical equipment, Women's College Hospital's admission policy, responses to requests for medical records, and concerns regarding Dr. de Buda's position at Women's College Hospital and status at the University of Toronto. The fonds also includes a copy of the Public Health Act dated June 1979.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds contains correspondence, largely letters of congratulations on her 1935 honourary doctorate, a diary of her 1928 European tour, lectures, her Winnipeg Free Press columns dating from 1935 to 1942, and news clippings about her career.
STEM Field
Agriculture
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains correspondence, minutes, reports, articles, drafts, notes, and clippings pertaining to the academic and personal lives of Nisbet and Fowler, and the research and findings of their colleagues in the international geological community. Specific topics include komatiities, plate tectonics, global warming, Third World debt, science education in Canada, Zimbabwe, Archaean geology, origin of life, and the environment.
STEM Field
Geology
Hosting Institution
Mount Allison University
Description
Fonds consists of notebooks compiled by Edith McMillan while a student in the Bachelor of Science in Home Economics program and a Ladies’ College publication.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
B1984-0041: Papers of E. Kathleen Russell, former head of the School of Nursing, including correspondence, press clippings and publications, as well as files relating to the Florence Nightingale International Fund, ca. 1886-1960 B1987-0058: Correspondence, articles, lecture notes, addresses, photographs and certificates documenting Russell's career in nursing education, 1903-1964. B1989-0034: Medals and pin, 1933-1949
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of Reminiscences of Nursing In Alberta - 1925-1932: stories and photographs which document the work of the public health nurse in the Peace River district, 1925-1932.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains personal correspondence and professional and academic materials relating to Simpson's career at the University, including memorabilia relating to student life in the late 1920s and later material relating to the history of the College of Home Economics; as well as material pertaining to the life and activities of Simpson's sister, P.W. Rowles; husband, G.W. Simpson; and her husband's first wife, M. Simpson. The bulk of the material regarding M. Simpson is a collection of prints and printing blocks illustrating the campus of the University of Saskatchewan.
STEM Field
Agriculture
Hosting Institution
Dalhousie University
Description
The Edith Zillig Sheep Fonds includes published and unpublished papers, correspondence, reports, pamphlets, booklets, monographs, magazines, newsletters, photographs, filmstrips, and objects. Most of the material was not created by Edith Zillig. However, the collection does reflect Mrs. Zilligís work within the Nova Scotia sheep industry. It was created by various governments, councils, associations, companies, and universities, both within and outside of Nova Scotia.
STEM Field
Agriculture
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of notebooks, correspondence, and a 1928 journal publication, including the notes and sketches which contributed to it.
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of 15 incoming letters from Ethel Johns (1948-1950, 1961-1965), Director of Nursing Services and Education at Vancouver General Hospital and coordinator of the new nursing program at UBC. Under Johns’ guidance the five-year program leading to the B.Sc. (Nursing) was established. The fonds also includes biographical information and records relating to various awards presented to Flanagan including an honourary doctorate from McGill University (1977).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence re nursing training (M-577); historical sketches re Public Health Department (M-2458); newspaper clippings, historical information, programs, photographs, reports and position papers written by Eileen Jameson relating to the Calgary General Hospital School of Nursing (M- 6241 Box 1); reports by Eileen Jameson regarding nursing education in Alberta, university papers on nursing by Eileen Jameson, and material collected relating to Miss Margaret M. Street (M-6241 Box 2); documentary tribute to Gertrude Hall including her nursing certificates, articles and addresses, and photographs of her and the School of Nursing (M-7124).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of both published and unpublished textual material including a scrapbook containing documents relating to 'Babs' Friesen's interactions with the University of Manitoba from 1937 to 1958. Types of documents in the scrapbook include clippings from university and local newspapers, invitations and programs from university events, and class photographs. The fonds also contains University of Manitoba Telephone Directories for 1937-1938 and 1938-1939. The fonds also contains a program from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Science 1904-1979 celebration. A photo album probably created in approximately 1929 by 'Babs' Friesen is also part of the fonds. The album contains photographs taken at locations throughout the United Kingdom and Manitoba.
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Most of the collection consists of certificates and diplomas awarded to Eleanor McGarry from McGill as well as from other medical associations. There are exam results from all stages of her education, souvenirs from medical student days and a small amount of personal correspondence. As well there are two bound photo albums containing studio portraits from the late 1800s, not all of which are identified. Included in the McGarry fonds are papers from Dr. Percy Wright (b. 1882). Dr. Wright graduated from McGill (M.D. 1908). He was a consultant Otolaryngologist at the Children's Memorial Hospital (later the Montreal Children's Hospital), the Verdun General Hospital and The Catherine Booth Hospital. His collection of correspondence, journals, and lectures falls mainly between 1930 and 1939.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Alberta
Description
Correspondence 1933-1964 Personal; professional associations; colleagues; Elizabeth Sterling Haynes. Memorabilia 1930-1973 Includes John Keeping's writings; newsclippings; souvenirs of mycological and botanical conferences. Photographs 1930-1975 Personal and professional activities, including family; social events; Edmonton theatre groups; travels; conferences (ca. 225 images). Programs 1926-1977 Fine and performing arts in Edmonton; University events; Alpine Club of Canada. Publications (professional) 1940-1973 Research [1930-1973] Includes notes; drawings; photographs; transparencies, microscope and specimen slides. Scrapbooks 1936-1940 Records of trips taken in conjunction with professional congresses in Europe, the United States and Canada. Writings (non-professional) [1929 }-1983 Essays; speeches; published articles.
STEM Field
Mycology
Botany
Genetics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds consists chiefly of a scrapbook created by Eleanor Wallis, née Eleanor Fisher, while a nurse at the Grenfell Mission in St. Anthony, Newfoundland, as well as diplomas and certificates for her and her husband, the physician Allan D. Wallis.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Fonds consists of records made and received by Elinor Ames. Correspondence consists of two files concerning the hiring of Dr. Ames, negotiations about the renewal of her contract, and her concerns about the administration of the Psychology Department. Other files contain samples of departmental publications and course materials such as exams.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This fonds consists of correspondence between Elinor Black and her friends, family, and colleagues; information about Black's education; medical papers and addresses given by Black; a copy of Black's unpublished book 'The Professor and His Wife: The Stoughton Story'; photographs of Black, her friends, and her family; account books; diaries; sketchbooks; a scrapbook; and several small objects belonging to Black.
STEM Field
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The collection consists of correspondence regarding gynaecology in general, the history of the University of Manitoba Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and proposals regarding the same department at Winnipeg General Hospital.
STEM Field
Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file consists of documents relating to Black's life and career. It contains an obituary notice, a short biography, articles, staff record, newspaper clippings and other material.
STEM Field
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
The fonds consists of audio cassettes with transcriptions and a collection of reprints of some of Dr. Elinor Huntsman's scientific articles, 1931-1950. The 6 hours of taped interviews capture her recollections of St. Andrews, the Biological Station where she was employed, and the research work she did with Dr. Best. She also recalls the war years in England and her life in Deep River. Finally, she discusses the setting up of the Charlotte County Archives in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. It includes photographs of Charlotte County, St. Croix River, Grand Manan, Dr. Elinor Huntsman.
STEM Field
Physiology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
The greater part of these records revolve around Elisabeth Scovil's writings about her contemporary, Florence Nightingale, a nurse and friend. This fonds also includes 2 letters written by Elisabeth Scovil to family members, 1 each to her mother (1867) and her nephew, Captain M. A. Scovil (1916); a handwritten manuscript copy of her book entitled, 'Little Tales for Little Ears in Words of One Syllable'; a photocopy of a b&w photo of Elisabeth Scovil; excerpts from 'The Longfellow Birthday Book' with an index to family birthdays; and a manuscript copy of 'The Art of Cookery in 1788' [...]
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, articles, correspondence, and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of 10 series. They include: biographical information, articles and reports, student papers, Canadian Home Economics Association, Manitoba and National Committee on the Status of Women, University of Manitoba Home Economics Department, University Women’s Club, research material, a photograph collection, and a tape collection.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, copies of student cards, and some biographical information.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The collection of paintings by Elizabeth Gwillim held in the Blacker Wood Natural History Collection at McGill Library consists of 121 watercolours of birds, drawn mostly life-sized, along with 31 paintings of fish, and 12 paintings of flowers, all completed by Gwillim during her time in Madras, 1801-1808.
STEM Field
Ornithology
Botany
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Correspondence, diaries, course notes, lecture notes, notes, manuscripts, publications, and photographs documenting the activities of Elizabeth Josephine Allin, Annie Theresa Reed and Kathleen May Crossley as students, staff and faculty in the Department of Physics, University of Toronto.
STEM Field
Physics
Hosting Institution
Dalhousie University
Description
Fonds consists of manuscripts of papers and addresses in addition to published articles. This fonds also includes general notes, correspondence, and biographical sketches of Dr. Kilpatrick.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds illustrates Elizabeth Logan's work in the field of nursing and consists of articles, speeches, reports, and other publications.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of a taped and transcribed interview with Elizabeth MacGarvie. She reminisces about her childhood in Point La Nim and her family. She talks about the time she spent teaching and of her dream of becoming a nurse. She recalls her career as a nurse in the U.S. Army Nursing Corps, and her various jobs and postings. She also discusses the Vietnam War, advancements in medicine, and her experiences as a nurse.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds comprises mainly of Rowlinson’s notes and exam papers for her lectures in first year Calculus at McGill (1968-1978). There are also copies of Mathematics exams (1970). Included is correspondence with associations such as the Canadian Association of Women Deans and Advisors, the Council of Associations of University Student Personnel Services, Senior Woman Students Programs (1970-1978), as well as a copy of a handwritten report on the role of Dean of Students, newspaper clippings regarding Mrs. Rowlinson’s appointment as Associate Dean and her ordination (1970-1993). Non textual material consists of one passport-size photo. 
STEM Field
Mathematics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The Elizabeth Shapiro fonds consists of correspondence, diaries, course notes and personal papers created and accumulated between 1925 and 2003. The correspondence between Shapiro and her mother detail her time as a student at McGill University between 1938 and 1941. The accession also includes course materials related to Shapiro’s studies in biology and classics, as well as selected materials from her childhood. (Finding Aid is only paper)
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Waterloo
Description
This fonds documents a social and family history spanning almost one century. It revolves primarily around three women: Elizabeth Smith Shortt, and her daughters, Muriel Clarke and Lorraine Shortt. The fonds contains family correspondence, 1880 - 1970, general correspondence 1876-1970, manuscripts, diaries, typescripts, pamphlets, clippings and photographs. Correspondence includes Cecil B. and Senator E.D. Smith, the Smith and Shortt family letters, Adam and Elizabeth Shortt love letters, but primarily correspondence during and after the war period between Elizabeth, her daughters Muriel and Lorraine, until Elizabeth's death in 1949. Letters follow Elizabeth Smith through Queen's University, her role in formation of the Queen's Medical School for women, her concern with local and national councils of women, and a variety of clubs, commissions, and organizations. Correspondents includes Augusta Stowe-Gullen, Dr. Jennie K. Trout, Eliza Fitzgerald, Lady Ishbel Aberdeen. Also present are 15 manuscript diaries kept by E. Smith Shortt covering the period from 1872-1932 (typescript available for first 8 diaries). Diaries 1892-1911 are memoirs of Shortts' European trips. 23 diaries or day books kept by Lorraine Shortt from 1912-1943 are also present. The fonds contains also approximately 50 manuscript addresses, reports and speeches given by Elizabeth Shortt, as well as speeches by Lorraine Shortt. About 100-150 pamphlets and leaflets on a variety of subjects document Elizabeth's interests and activities, especially war period and restoration, National Council of Women, Mother's Allowance Commission, etc. Also present are clippings from 1800-1960, original and photocopied newspaper and magazine clippings and articles arranged under about 50 headings dealing with the Shortt and Smith families, and with a multiplicity of organized groups that formed at the turn of the century. Miscellaneous documents include notebooks of Elizabeth Shortt's subjects at Queen's Medical School, certificates, records of investments, bank records, war medals, autograph books, and scrapbook belonging to the family. Photograph albums and approximately 100 loose photographs of family and friends complete this fonds.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of miscellaneous correspondence (1943-1969) and autobiography (1967).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Mrs. Hibbert was interviewed by Jean Bellstedt on November 16, 1992. The fonds includes Mrs. Hibbert's description of the developments in pediatric rehabilitation care at the Glenrose Hospital since it opened for patients in 1964 (she and the other staff members had begun preparing the newly-renovated building to receive the patients in 1963). A pilot project was initiated which became the Glenrose School Hospital in 1966. Special education and orientation for the staff was provided, but it became clear that higher education was needed as well as research in new procedures and complex treatments for handicapped children. Programs were developed at the University of Alberta, Grant MacEwan Community College and Athabasca University, which had an effect on the staff members coming to the Glenrose. Changes in health care policy in Alberta and their effects on nursing practice are discussed. Supplemental to the interview and Ms. Bellstedt's essay are copies of press clippings on the work of the Glenrose, 1964-1973, a job description for the Supervisor of the Emotionally Disturbed Children's Unit, and organization charts for the Hospital and the Nursing Department.
STEM Field
Nursing
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Archives of Ontario
Description
Fonds consists primarily of certificates, photographs and printed material dealing with the professional life of Elsie MacGill, first woman aeronautical engineer. Fonds also includes some material related to MacGill's participation in women's rights advocacy and a small number of items pertaining to MacGill's personal life.
STEM Field
Aeronautical engineering
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of Dr. Whittakers records as a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Social Science Federation of Canada (SSFC). It includes records of the meetings of various committees, councils and panels in which Ms. Whittaker attended as well as records of various issues and topics related to SSFC activities. Fonds consists of minutes, pamphlets, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings and publications.
STEM Field
Social science
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains notices of academic appointment and reports.
STEM Field
Occupational therapy
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, a copy of a student card and a photograph of members of Medical Women of Canada.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains material relating to issues of nutrition, home economy, rural life and consumer advice. It includes material relating to the Federated Women's Institutes of Canada and various branches of the Saskatchewan Women's Institutes, together with documentation created during Emmie Oddie's career and voluntary service interests. Additionally, this fonds contains material created by, collected by, or about Emmie's mother and sister, and their careers.
STEM Field
Food science
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists textual records divided into seven series: Membership files (1887-1920); Membership files (1920-1977); Minutes; Miscellaneous; Committees; Meetings and reports; Canadian Society for Civil Engineering History Committee; and Addresses of congratulations. The sound recordings consist of oral history interviews with Canadian civil engineers about their careers. The photographs depict various members, places and projects relating to the Institute. The medals include anniversary medals and others association with the Institute. The painting depicts Casimir Gzowski.
STEM Field
Engineering
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains a CV, notice of academic appointment, correspondence and an article.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds includes correspondence, reports, minutes, notes, photographs, drafts of Johns' unfinished autobiography and related papers, and manuscripts of a considerable number of her articles and speeches the majority of which were published. Among the letters here included are those which Johns wrote to Eileen C. Flanagan during the period 1949-1967, and which the latter has donated.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Musée de la Gaspésie
Description
This collection presents the result of a quarter century’s work and research on agates, mineralogy, geology and marine biology in the Gaspé Peninsula and elsewhere. It includes an inventory of the many specimens collected by Ms. Ranger. One can also find clippings of Ms. Ranger's articles as well as a notebook containing notes on the occult sciences.
STEM Field
Geology
Biology
Hosting Institution
Dalhousie University
Description
Fonds consists of a paper entitled 'My Family and Other Relations,' which was presented to the Academy of Medicine in Toronto, 1975.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains articles on Dr. Shapiro and announcements of various awards and distinctions.
STEM Field
Gerontology
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Collection consists of biographical information on the Palmers including an article from SFU Comment magazine; a binder (refiled in folders) on the history of the Department of Chemistry prepared by Evelyn T. Palmer; a group of files about the Albert Einstein Memorial Lecture Series (files F-182-0-0-0-4 to F-182-0-0-0-25 ) as well as reel-to-reel tapes and cassette recordings of the lectures; and a binder (refiled in folders) on various Faculty of Science lecture series organized by the Palmers. Collection includes correspondence, programs, posters, publications and other documents
STEM Field
Chemistry
Physics
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
This fonds consists of photocopies of an extract from the diary of Dr. Ruth Young. The extract concerns her 1934 Canadian tour where she examined public health nursing conditions and organisations. She undertook the tour on behalf of the Rockefeller Institute.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of the following series of textual records: Federation records, 1939-1973; correspondence, 1942-1974; annual meetings and reports, 1949-1973; membership reports and correspondence, 1949-1963, 1967-1970; newsletters, 1950-1958, 1964-1980; Medical Women’s International Association, 1950-1975; Maude Abbott Scholarship Loan Fund, 1940-1974; subject files, n.d.; and clippings and scrapbooks, n.d. Fond also consists of one series of photographs.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
B1976-0033: Autographed and annotated copy of "Public Health and Nursing in Canada; principles and practice". Toronto: MacMillan Company, 1953. Includes a letter from A. Dorothy Nakamachi, a student of Ms. Emory. B1987-0028: Certificates, medals and pins, addresses, guest book, and academic hood, 1915-1977.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of nursing notebooks (1928-1931); miscellaneous nursing records (1927-1932); South Calgary High School yearbooks (1924-1926); Calgary General Hospital prospectus and nurses' alumnae yearbooks (1927, 1936, 1939-1940, 1942-1947); papers regarding the estate of F.H. Mewburn (1935-1938); letter about a painting of F.H. Mewburn (1960); photograph album of School of Nursing views (1928-1931); and photographs of friends and family.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds contains the records of Florence Martin Hollinshead dated 1911-1915, as well as copies made in 1973. The fonds consists of a letter, a newspaper clipping, a photograph, and a notebook belonging to Florence Hollinshead.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
The papers of Florence Miller (1889-1979) consist primarily of daily diaries and poetry written by Miller at her home in Topsail, Newfoundland, covering the years 1928 to 1979. In addition there is a large number of short verses that she wrote and submitted to greeting card companies, such as the Hallmark Company, for which she was paid. There are short stories, local histories and genealogical material, a few photographs, as well as one play that Miller wrote that was broadcast in 1925 on a radio station in Pittsburg. There is a small amount of material relating to the United Church in Topsail, the church she and her family faithfully attended during their lifetime. There is a significant collection of correspondence with a variety of people, including her good friend and fellow Newfoundland poet, Edwin Duder. And finally, although not directly related, there are articles written by Mary MacNeill-Duder, the wife of Edwin Duder. These were published in the 'The Lure of the Litchfield Hills', a semi annual magazine that was set in Litchfield, Connecticut. Mary MacNeill-Duder was born in St. John's, Newfoundland.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of lectures, papers, proposals, reports, correspondence, clippings, published materials, photographs and one audio tape relating to Rice's research and publishing activities, her work with various professional associations, and advocacy for the professional regulation of midwifery in B.C. The fonds also contains correspondence, reports, memoranda, minutes and other administrative records from Rice's involvement with the Nurse Midwifery Service at Grace Hospital. The fonds has been arranged into the following series: Education (1980-1, 1993); Published Writing, Proposals, Lectures and Research Materials (1977-2002); Nurse Midwifery Service (1983-1991); Professional Associations (1976-1992); Professional Regulation of Midwifery (1978-1999, predominant 1987-1997); UBC Midwifery Degree Program (2000-2001) and Audio (1997).
STEM Field
Nursing
Midwifery
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
This fonds includes the manuscript of Andrée Yanacopoulo's book on Hans Selye. It contains documents used for her research: Budapest map, press kits, various articles, Hans Selye's bibliography, correspondence, and administrative files. It also includes interviews with former Selye collaborators (60 interviews on 47 tapes with their transcripts). It also contains textual records and 6 audio cassettes on her research on Mr. Henri Ellenberger (psychiatrist. 1905-1993).
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Waterloo
Description
Fonds consists of material relating to the activities, career, research and and writings of Anne Innis Dagg. Files contain extensive annotations and commentary by Anne Innis Dagg.
STEM Field
Zoology
Biology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of sound recordings and transcriptions of four interviews with Dr. Barbara J. Robinson and some photographs. Dr. Robinson talks about growing up in Marysville, leading her class throughout school, entering U. N. B., hoping but never expecting to be a doctor, financing her education, Dalhousie Medical school, and her pediatric practice, in particular children's allergies. This interview was done by the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick [...]
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence, notes, subject files, and lecture outlines for most of her teaching career. The bulk of the fonds is professional papers relating to Dr. Worsley's career as a computer specialist and university teacher.
STEM Field
Mathematics
Information technology
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of material about the development of the home economics program at UBC, the general historical growth of the field and some miscellaneous Canadian Home Economic Association materials (1952-64). Fonds includes a set of Black's diaries for the period between 1920 and 1942 as well as extensive correspondence from Black to her family particularly while abroad (1937-38, 1953, and 1958-59).
STEM Field
Home Economics
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
The fonds documents Claire Morin-Gauthier's training, professional career and relationships. The fonds consists mainly of correspondence files, course notes, research notes, botanical notebooks and press clippings and photographs.
STEM Field
Zoology
Biology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of transcripts of 3 oral history interview conducted with Clementina Godfrey.
STEM Field
Mathematics
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds is divided into four series. They include biographical information, Nelson's articles, research material for Downy Waterfowl of North America, and Nelson's research index cards. The photograph collection includes 257 photographs, 2 collages, and 16 negative color separations. The tape collection consists of 11 audio reels.
STEM Field
Ecology
Ornithology
Hosting Institution
Université Laval
Description
The fonds focuses on the history of science in Quebec and more particularly at Université Laval from 1919 to 1993, as well as museology, architecture and the arts. It also provides information on the careers of various people who have worked in these fields. The fonds contains sound recordings of interviews conducted by Danielle Ouellet with personalities from the world of science and humanities, particularly in the context of this research work for a doctorate. It also includes transcripts and descriptions of some interviews, press clippings on Édouard Fiset, photographs, documentation files on scientists from Université Laval and the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Adrien Pouliot's lecture notes, brochures and road maps.
STEM Field
Science
Mathematics
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The collection was created by Margaret Pugh who organized and preserved the family's history. The fonds consists of materials from four families linked to the Pugh Family: Broderick, Wilson, Stewart and Pawling. The fonds includes a large amount of correspondance and other textual material dating back to the mid 19th century up to 1998. A large quantity of Postcards from the late 1800s to the post-war period make up the niche portion of the collection. Margaret's father, Frederick Pugh, worked in the Research Bureau of the T.E. Eaton Company through the early 1900s until 1938, included in the collection is correspondance between him and executives of the company. Also contained in the collection are textual records of Margaret's career at Deer Lodge Hospital. These records provide some insight into the administrative activities of the dietary department at the veteran's institution [...]
STEM Field
Home Economics
Nutrition
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of general meetings, 1912-1922, 1952-1996 , Board of Directors 1966-1998 , Executive Committee 1919-1996 , Executive Director 1962-1989, committees 1911-1996, correspondence 1858-1983, corporate miscellaneous 1905-1998 (minutes of 'The Canadian Nurse' Editorial Board are on microfilm reel M-4610 only), nursing education 1956-1995, International Council of Nurses 1939-1997, speeches n.d., 1912-1998, biographical files 1858-1997, nursing associations and schools 1878-1998, National Health Reporting Competition 1983-1996, conference proceedings 1965-1997, and radio programs and documentaries 1942-1997 [...]
STEM Field
Nursing
Public Health
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Interview and transcripts by Janet Toole and 'Ainley.'
STEM Field
Marine biology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of papers authored or co-authored by Woit.
STEM Field
Computer science
Mathematics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of 4 cassette tapes and 104 pp. of transcriptions of oral history interviews conducted with Dr. Dorothy Farmer in 1992. She talks about her childhood in England, education, travel, and interest in learning languages. She also recounts her work experiences at the Research and Productivity Council (RPC), in Fredericton, and her activities in connection with volunteer work with the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, SPCA, and other organizations.
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consist of records created and used by Dr. Keyl during her appointment as Director of the Village Clinic between 1965 and 1974. Documents include copies of Clinic procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of disease, correspondence related to the operation of the Clinic, as well as copies of research papers and media clippings related to the study of venereal diseases. Also included are Dr. Keyl's handwritten drafts from her own research and presentations.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Trent University
Description
Two removable flash memory devices containing Dr. Mathias' PhD dissertation as well as digital images, slides, and photographs linked to archaeology work conducted by Mathias in Newfoundland, Qatar and Afghanistan. The dissertation provides context for the images.
STEM Field
Archaeology
Hosting Institution
Lakehead University
Description
The records consist primarily of several decades of research data from the study of water quality in lakes. Prepas, who is Professor Emeritus of Natural Resource Management at Lakehead University, was also formerly employed at the University of Alberta. Much of the research was conducted on Alberta lakes, with some performed in Northwestern Ontario as well. The records also include some teaching notes and course materials, as well as some correspondence and administrative material.
STEM Field
Biology
Environmental science
Hosting Institution
Trinity College, University of Toronto
Description
This fonds consists of photocopies of records that document her military career, and photographs pertaining to the life, education and military career of Ethel Blanche Ridley.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of Evelyn Shapiro's articles, speeches, correspondence, the history of the implementation of the Universal Home Care Program in Manitoba, and her involvement in the community (Civic Reform Coalition).
STEM Field
Medicine
Gerontology
Hosting Institution
Trent University
Description
Fonds pertains to the work of Hazel Bird and her involvement with the Eastern Bluebird restoration project in Northumberland County. Included are 30 bird box observation journals, publications and newsletters of the Willow Beach Young Naturalists and the Willow Beach Field Naturalists, newspaper articles and information regarding the development of the bluebird project, statistical records, reports, and educational materials. The bird box observation journals also include notes about native flowers and other birds observed when checking the boxes. Also included are hundreds of letters which were sent to the Willow Beach Field Naturalists Club of Port Hope and to Bird requesting copies of the pattern and specifications of the bluebird nest box mentioned in two newspaper articles, Toronto Telegram, 14 May 1971 and Toronto Star, 19 September 1972; in these letters, many authors provide details of their experiences with bluebirds in various Ontario locations. Also included is a removable USB memory stick containing maps and lists which pertain to the locations of bluebird sightings/boxes referred to in the various statistical records and reports.
STEM Field
Biology
Ornithology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of materials authored, and courses given by Farah Shroff in her role as professor in Ryerson's Midwifery School.
STEM Field
Public Health
Midwifery
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains materials relating to Moss's career with the University, with particular emphasis on issues surrounding local and international issues relating to the role of women; to teaching in an academic environment; and to continuing education and extension activities.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Agriculture
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Fonds consists of materials documenting mainly the personal life of the Halpern family but also includes some records relating to George's and Fanny's scientific and professional interests. Activities and topics documented include the Halperns' emigration to Canada, George's scientific research and business enterprises, his work with Brock House (a senior citizen's centre), Ida's community interests, and Fanny's medical career in China.
STEM Field
Medicine
Psychiatry
Neurology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of papers of the Ottawa Branch including meeting minutes; corrspondence and subject files. Papers which concern the national organization include general information; papers; annual general meetings; council minutes; General Committee on Education; Metal Mining DIvision; and Department of Mines correspondence.
STEM Field
Mining
Metallurgy
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of taped and transcribed interviews with Irene Fournier. She talks about her ancestry, family, and childhood. She recalls her education at Acadia University and her career and education in the field of neurological nursing. She also reminisces about her studies in Scotland and travels in Europe and Scandinavia. A transcription of the interview is available [...]
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of Isabel MacArthur awards and honors; photographs, medals, and newspapers clipping describing her achievements.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Food science
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds in comprised of articles, stories, and a book authored by Welsh. Also in the fonds is student work.
STEM Field
Food science
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The A.99-44, A.99-92, A.03-13, A.04-207, A.04-208, and A.05-112 accessions contain records reflecting Oakes' teaching career as both an educator and writer. Included are Oakes' correspondence records regarding publication of her articles and reviewer's comments, Oakes' teaching dossier and her application for tenure. In addition to textual material, these accessions contain 146 photographs and 8 negatives documenting various department of Native Studies functions and igloo building as part of the Arctic Lifestyles course. Also included is one audio cassette of a seminar titld 'Braving the Cold: Continuity and Change in Polar Clothing,' which was held in Leiden, The Netherlands [...]
STEM Field
Geography
Zoology
Ecology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists of records relating to Katie A. Stewart's year as a student at the provincial Normal School in Fredericton. It includes an autograph book signed by many of her fellow students (1891-1892), notebooks relating to her study of natural science and teaching methods, and three textbooks -- Three Part Songs (by Henry Sefton, 1879), The Royal Reader (1875), and the Royal Reader (1877).
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of four series. The first series consists of newspaper clippings about Kathleen Rice. Because of the poor condition of these clippings, they have been photocopied. The second series consists of an excerpt of a chapter about Rice from a book about female adventurers. The chapter is incomplete. The third series consists of manuscripts written by Rice. The fourth series consists of two drawings of natures scenes that may possibly be attributed to Rice.
STEM Field
Mathematics
Geology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains a single workbook for use in PLS 101 and PLS 201 - Human Physiology. Courses taught by Kay Aoyama.
STEM Field
Physiology
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Oral History interview
STEM Field
Mathematics
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains articles and papers authored and co-authored by Marilyn B Lee.
STEM Field
Food science
Biology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of seven series. The first series, personal, consists of Marion Lewis' curriculum vitae. The second series, correspondence, is divided into 4 sub-series. The first sub-series is comprised of various professional and work-related correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, created during the years 1944 through 1996. The correspondence in this series revolves mainly around blood grouping work. The next 3 sub-series revolve around correspondence generated due to an international group Lewis was a part of for many years, the International Society of Blood Transfusion (ISBT)...
STEM Field
Genetics
Hosting Institution
Archives of Ontario
Description
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Myfanwy MacDonald. The majority of records consist of research files that include newspaper articles, published articles, secondary source publications, handwritten and typed notes, as well as correspondence concerning various aspects of the environment and health. Fonds also includes records of Centre for Global Research and Education on Environment and Health (CGREEH) for which Myfanwy MacDonald was Past President. These records consist of CGREEH's founding documents, general files, as well as records concerning CGREEH's citizen's survey and questionnaire and the CGREEH Canadian registry of environment and health education and research.
STEM Field
Nursing
Public Health
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Dr. Nancy Henderson recalls her research in environmental physiology on the reproductive cycles of the brook trout, her work with ground squirrels (hibernators) in thyroid research, and also working on the Alberta Heritage Fund for medical science. Some photographs are included in the fonds.
STEM Field
Biology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Norah Vernon Barry Toole was 77 years old when interviewed for the University of New Brunswick's Archives and Special Collections Department (UNB). There are 3 typed transcriptions of the interviews conducted with her, in which she describes her life in the UNB community, during the 1930s and 1940s, her social activism during World War II and after (including Voice of Women), and her work in UNB's chemistry department as a lab instructor. The fonds also includes biographical information on her life and work (obituaries and newspaper clippings), as well as a reflection on her written by her daughter-in-law, Janet Maclellan Toole (1990) [...]
STEM Field
Chemistry
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
For more information, please contact the hosting institution
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of letters to Irene Peterkin of Toronto from Nursing Sister Ruby G. Peterkin, who served in France and Greece during the First World War, describing the living and working conditions in the medical stations, 1915-1917. The fonds also contains photographic views of Salonika, Greece; Canadian General Hospital No. 4, Salonika; and portraits by Ruby Gordon Peterkin, C.A.M.C., 1914-1917. The photographs document her career as a nursing sister in Britain and Greece. There are three formal photographs of the graduating nursing class at Toronto General Hospital, 1911.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Trent University
Description
Fonds includes reports and photographs pertaining to Susan Neale’s archaeological studies and career in the field of archaeology. The materials focus on Ontario, Nunavut, and England and include photographs and slides taken by Neale of Hambledon Hill, Edmund Point, Nettilling Lake, and Roche Bay. Many of the Roche Bay photographs are of lithics analyzed by Neale for her Trent University Master’s thesis. Also included in the fonds are personal, academic, and family records.
STEM Field
Archaeology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
This fonds contains three articles/papers written or co-written by Vivienne Whitworth.
STEM Field
Chemistry
Biology
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
For more information, please contact the hosting institution
STEM Field
Science
Engineering
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
This fonds provides insight into how women in non-traditional work were coping in the 1980s in the Toronto area. The records show how the women in this organization struggled to have their voice heard in the federal and provincial arena. There are significant federal and provincial correspondence that highlights the issues of pay equity, child care legislation and Canadian Human rights actions. The records include correspondence, membership and funding records as well as reports, conference material and newsletters. There are also photographs showing women working in trades.
STEM Field
Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
This fonds consists of material relating to the Women of Impact in the Canadian Materials, Metallurgy, and Mining Fields oral history research project. It contains audio and video interviews of 18 women pioneers and leaders in the fields of mining, metallurgy and materials. It also contains interview transcripts, and the Women of Impact book which profiles each of the interviewees.
STEM Field
Mining
Metallurgy
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
This small collection consists mainly of correspondence written by Frances Cluett home to her mother, Matilda Cluett, in Belleoram, Fortune Bay. There is a photograph album of pictures taken by Cluett, many of them documenting her time in Europe, two badges bearing the initials SJAB (St. John Ambulance Brigade), and five water- colours painted by Cluett during her stay in France. These were generated while she served as a Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) in Europe during World War I and covers the years from 1916 to 1920. There is also a German Iron Cross medal which was given to her by a German soldier. In addition there is an autograph album covering the years 1907 to 1910, and a small journal written by Cluett in 1908 describing life in Belleoram. These letters, photographs and other items provide insight into the life of one Newfoundland woman and her experiences as a VAD in World War I.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains a CV, announcement of awards, biographical information, articles, and newspaper clippings.
STEM Field
Medicine
Pediatrics
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, copy of a student card, brief biography, articles, correspondence, and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Pathology
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
A paper written by Pishker for a sociology course discusses "The Lubavitcher Hassidim of Montreal: with special emphasis on the institution of education."
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of two photograph albums and one scrapbook, news clippings, memorabilia and biographical information, which document the service of the Nursing Sisters of Canada in World Wars I and II; and one scrapbook and program documenting the 50th anniversary of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses (1966).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ottawa Jewish Archives
Description
Fonds consists of nursing certificates, Nursing Sister records and 9 photographs.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
This fonds documents Gabrielle Clerk's academic and professional career. It contains course files: syllabus, course notes, examples of assignments and examinations, documents relating to the evaluation and recommendation of students. It includes documents relating to educational activities and initiatives, files relating to participation in committees, conventions, and conferences. The fonds includes records concerning the Department of Psychology and the organization of the Counselling Service. There are also files on activities outside the Université de Montréal, research files, publication files and correspondence with various francophone institutions. The fonds also contains résumés, documents of appointment to the Université de Montréal, certificates of employment and the text of Ms. Clerk's doctoral thesis on the short-comings of the use of interviews and Rorschach test. Finally, there are diplomas and certificates, photographs of participation in the International Congress of Psychoanalysis in Vienna (1971), as well as other documents attesting to her professional activities.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds documents the operations and functions of the Genetics Society of Canada from 1954 until 2000, including the administration of GSC publications, organisation of the annual conference, promotion of genetics and administration of the Society.
STEM Field
Genetics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of one audiotape (cassette) recording of the speech Miss Purcell gave to the University of Alberta Hospital Alumnae Dinner on May 1, 1982, entitled 'Nursing in the 60s', and a time/footage summary of the audiotape in the accompanying file. Miss Purcell reviews changes in the nursing profession since her graduation in 1936, the development of the hospital, college and university training programs and the rise of nursing associations and unions.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, copies of student and faculty cards, newspaper and journal articles, and staff record.
STEM Field
Medicine
Pathology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, copies of student and faculty cards, handwritten letter, biography, photograph, and staff record.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Annotated copy of Clara S. Week's A Textbook of Nursing, 1890.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Newspaper and journal articles, biographical sketches, correspondence.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of biographical information about Watney, copies of her B.A. (1923), M.A. (1926) and Ph.D. (1933) theses, teaching material, correspondence, copies of publications and photographs.
STEM Field
Zoology
Hosting Institution
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Description
Fonds consists of various materials that primarily pertain to programs and services offered at the Queen Street Mental Health Centre, but it also consists of materials that pertain to a variety of other related topics such as the management of patients with disturbed behaviour, nursing procedures and techniques, patient rehabilitation and recovery, and suicides or attempted suicides. Fonds includes nursing newsletters, memoranda, proposals, workshop materials, lectures, a thesis, a collection of poems and a newsletter authored by psychiatric patients, a book review, and a guidebook regarding the Mental Health Act and the police. Significantly, the fonds includes an organizational review of services offered at the Queen Street Mental Health Centre with related responses and comments by staff to the report.
STEM Field
Nursing
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
Records relating to the Grace School of Nursing including: student records, class photographs, administrative files, annual reports, committee proceedings etc.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
This series consists of records created or maintained by the Grace Hospital Training School for Nurses including a register of students and graduates, reports, handbooks, portraits of school administrators, curriculum, graduation exercises and speeches.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
This fonds contains papers and an article authored and co-authored by Grace Luk. All authored during her career in Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering specialty) at Ryerson University.
STEM Field
Environmental engineering
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds consist of one framed illuminated address inscribed and presented to Dr. Grace Ritchie England "in recognition and appreciation of the invaluable and arduous services rendered...to the Montreal Women's Liberal Club since its inception six years before." It bears 24 signatures.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains a single article, originally written in Latvian, authored by Guna Blums. The article was translated by Baiba Blums.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of photographs of the Ash family and the VON in Calgary, and Harriet's certificates.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds consists primarily of letters written during World War I to Drake's sister Daisy Molson and sister's husband, John Dunham Molson. Letters are accompanied by transcriptions and biographical material prepared by Martha E. McKenna.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, and a faculty questionnaire sheet.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary notice, student card, biographical material, articles, staff record, correspondence and photocopies of family photographs.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Ms Sabin met with Lynne French of the AARN to read a survey of her career in nursing which was prepared following an outline from the History of Nursing Professional Practice Group. She describes the daily routine and the training program of student nurses, 1933-1938, and the changes brought about by the Weir Report (1932) and the CNA curriculum study (1936). On graduation, Ms Sabin was employed by the Provincial Public Health Nursing Branch, serving in Alder Flats/Pendryl. She summarizes the history of the nursing service, which began in Alberta in 1918 with 8 graduate nurses. She describes the types of work carried out by the public health nurses and the programs they could initiate in the rural areas: maternity and child care, homecare, school health, First Aid and immunization (among many others). Ms. Sabin also comments on effects of the changes brought about by restructuring of health care in Alberta during the 1990s. She sees a complete break with the services and programs that were in effect during her career.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds contains Dr. Glass' career papers, correspondence, association presidency files, reports, speeches, studies, photographs, and extensive committee papers.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Cape Breton University
Description
Fonds consists of Helen Kendall's personal correspondence, genealogy records, nursing and war service certifications and documents, photographs, and clippings.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence (1932-1956); nursing certificates, notes, photographs and programs (1933-1945); and photographs of the McIntosh and Hartman families (1935-1975). Includes miscellaneous postcards, greeting cards, and poetry
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Trent University
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence (1932-1956); nursing certificates, notes, photographs and programs (1933-1945); and photographs of the McIntosh and Hartman families (1935-1975). Includes miscellaneous postcards, greeting cards, and poetry.Fonds consists of records related mostly to Helen Marryat's (nee Fowlds) personal experiences as a nurse in World War I and her activities as a local historian. There are clippings of her articles in local newspapers, historical maps (drawn by Gerald Marryat) and other materials relating to settlement of Hastings and district such as education and nursing. Also included are the correspondence and photograph collections of her brothers, Donald and Eric (mostly from World War I), and material on Frederick Marryat (1792-1848), navy captain and novelist. In December 2001, Trent University Archives launched an online exhibit which depicts Helen Fowld's experiences in World War I.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
B1983-0002: Research files, including correspondence, notes, articles, periodicals, pamphlets and photographs used by Professor Helen Carpenter in the writing of her book, "A Divine Discontent -- Edith Kathleen Russell: Reforming Educator." (2 boxes, 1915-1982) B1991-0006: Button removed from Blazer showing University of Toronto crest without the tree or motto. (1 item, ca. 1929-1933) B1997-0017: Records documenting the career of Dr. Helen M. Carpenter, Director of the School of Nursing from 1962-1972, including correspondence, articles, addresses and papers; correspondence and reports relating to consultant work done for the World Health Organization; biographical files on past directors of the School/ Faculty of Nursing including Edith Dick, Nettie Fidler, Florence Emory and Kathleen Russell (1 box, 1955-1984).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The Helen Neilson fonds consists of a variety of research notes used as source material for her book on Macdonald College. It includes statistics on students in Household Sciences, as well as names of directors and staff. There are copies of Diaper Dell Doings (1946-1948), Diaper Dell Association pamphlet, which reflects the housing development constructed by McGill University after World War II for the use of student veterans and their families at Macdonald College. Included are also newspaper clippings, notes on teaching and research (1971-1973), and photocopies of sketches of the coat of arms of Macdonald College. There is some correspondence relating to the proposed move to McGill’s downtown campus, the establishment of the provincial CEGEP John Abbott College at Macdonald and the 50th reunion of class 1912 (1917-1952).
STEM Field
Nutrition
Food science
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
This fonds contains the personal and professional papers of Dr. Helen Sawyer Hogg documenting her contribution to professional astronomy, her high regard as a popular educator as well as her responsibilities as a parent, daughter, wife and friend. The records have been arranged into series either by type of record or to reflect a certain type of activity. Records documenting various aspects of her career are filed first, followed by papers reflecting her personal life. Included is both professional and personal correspondence; records relating to her activities on associations, boards and organizations; records such as draft manuscripts, correspondence and outlines and data relating to her publishing activities and research; papers relating to her education and her teaching responsibilities; as well as diaries and family papers series. Because Dr. Hogg's career spanned nearly seven decades during a time astronomy as a discipline was still developing both nationally and internationally, these records are not only useful to those researching Dr. Hogg's achievements but will be insightful to those researchers studying the development of astronomy as a science and profession. Moreover, Dr. Hogg was a woman in a field of science, which is still dominated by men. Those studying women's history may find Dr. Hogg's personal records a useful case study in one woman's success in a largely male-dominated profession. Contained within the Helen S. Hogg personal records are three sous-fonds: Frank S. Hogg [1922-1952], her first husband and also an astronomer at the David Dunlap Observatory; Prof. Ruth Northcott [1932-1969], close personal friend and professional colleague of Helen Hogg, also on staff at the D.D.O.; Dr. C.A. Chant [193- - 194-], director emeritus of the D.D.O and head of the Department of Astronomy at the University of Toronto from 1904-1935. These sous-fonds are individually described and have been filed after the Helen Hogg personal records.
STEM Field
Astronomy
Hosting Institution
University of Western Ontario
Description
The fonds consists of materials related to Helen Woolson's career as a nursing sister in World War I and her personal life.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The records consist of a scrapbook of memorabilia of the Nursing Sisters Association of Canada, World War II period; Royal Army Medical Corps manuals: Training Manual (1935), Notes for Troops Proceeding to North Africa (1943), Health Memoranda for British Soldiers in the Tropics (n.d.), instructions for handling penicillin (n.d.); and two copies of the military magazine, Canada's Weekly (December 1942, May 1944).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
B2006-0014: Personal records of graduate student, Hilda Maude McConkey including a copy of Master of Arts thesis entitled "Biochemical Genetics", incomplete lab notes and outline for thesis. Also includes graduation proof photo, 1949 B2008-0016: Photograph belonging to alumnus Hilda Maude McConkey (M.A. 1949) showing her working at Ayerst Laboratories in Montreal. Ms McConkey is seated on the right. [195-]
STEM Field
Genetics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The Hortense Cantlie fonds is comprised mainly of medical illustrations and drawings (1924-1935) including her illustrations as a student at John Hopkins University, as well as two portfolios of about 37 charcoal sketches completed, while she studied art in Montreal and New York. Other material consists of three medical illustrations file books (one with many photographs of illustrations) dated from 1926 to 1952 with illustrations also by other artists, reprints of articles with Hortense Cantlie illustrations (1924-1934), one medical illustration signed Ruth Foster, a sketch book with a preliminary drawing of Brain Children (1950's), a photo of a stained glass window designed for the Royal Victoria Hospital (1927-1928) and reproductions of prints by Max Broedel. There are reprints of an article written by Hortense Cantlie, The Reproduction of Pathological Specimens by the Use of the Wax Moulage (1929), two book illustrations in colour, one by Hortense Cantlie and another by J.M.T. Finney, a case of drafting instruments used by Hortense Cantlie, photographs of her illustrations (1926-1928) for a book by Wilder Penfield, as well as other negatives, and prints of medical illustrations. 
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of records related to the administration of Women's College Hospital from 1913-2013. The fonds is arranged into 27 series and contains meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, annual reports, financial statements, budget records, agreements, forms, memoranda, terms of reference, surveys and survey reports, floor plans, brochures, letterhead, manuals, operating and strategic plans, mission statements, legal records, clinical and departmental studies, proposals, statistical reports, organizational charts, application forms, certificates, programs, workbooks, invitations, newsletters, staff directories, amalgamation records, personnel policies, media clippings, and presentations.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary notice, a review of her radio broadcasts, a brief biography, and notes.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of predecessor organization minutes; Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy minutes; branch minutes; membership files and inactive membership files.
STEM Field
Mining
Metallurgy
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
This fonds consists of material relating to the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). It contains correspondence and notes, minutes, reports, and financial documents related to INWES conferences and meetings. It also contains documents related to ICWES conferences, affiliated organizations and conferences, and individual members of note. 
STEM Field
Engineering
Science
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The collection consists of photographs of district nurses and nursing activities in rural Alberta.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of one series of minutes and correspondence related to the volunteer activities of Isabel Auld. The series is further divided into ten sub-series related to the various organizations for which Isabel Auld volunteered. The second accrual contains ten series. They include: Cancer Care, Health Sciences Centre, Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, Canada World Youth, Manitoba Paraplegia Foundation, Catherine Booth Bible College, Consumer Association of Canada, University of Manitoba and Photograph Collection (PC 207).
STEM Field
Genetics
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of an article authored by Isolde Daiski and published in The Canadian Nurse.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Major Jackie Brewe was interviewed by Jocelyne Thibault-Prevost as an assignment for the University of Alberta course Nursing 550, Dr. Shirley Stinson, instructor. The interview took place in Ottawa on November 19, 1992 and comprises 3 audiotapes for a total of 4 hours, 6 minutes. Major Jackie Brewe describes her family and early life and her decision to join the RCAF after nursing school. She discussed the relationships and lines of command with medical staff, nursing staff, aircrew and ground-based officers. She describes the types of aircraft used for medical missions, the improvisations in equipment and facilities that had to be made, because no aircraft are specifically designated for Aeromedical Evacuation. She has been Staff Nurse in the Base Hospital at CFB Greenwood, Senior Flight Nurse with 413 Squadron (setting up the Aeromedevac service, including teaching, supervising and "check-riding" the nurses and medical assistants), and at some bases, School Nurse for the children of Base residents. In 1978 Major Brewe was posted to CFHE Lahr, West Germany, where she was Head Nurse of the Medical/ICU/Psychiatric Ward. A secondary duty was OIC for all Aeromedevac equipment. Her most memorable experiences are described; the most trying for Major Brewe were the emergency or mercy missions involving sick children. A summary of major Brewe's biography is included with the transcript of her interview. The textual materials include AIRMEDEVAC procedure manuals, samples of air logs, 2 photographs of staff and Major Brewe receiving her USAF wing, and copies of published articles and press clippings describing the work of AIRMEDEVAC.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
The fonds covers various aspects of Jacqueline Laurin's career. The fonds contains correspondence, conference texts, manuscripts, course files, subject files, research files. It also contains documents relating to Jacqueline Laurin's degrees and her doctoral thesis.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of documents relating to Evans career and research. It includes articles, reports, and notices of appointments and awards.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of memoirs regarding nursing career.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of material re: Canada/China Nursing Project; research material on China Mission; and conference papers and publications.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains one article 'The Early Ecole Polytechnique as Encyclopeadic School'.
STEM Field
Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
University of Alberta
Description
Drawings 1935-1939; Sketchbooks 1936-1939; Student notes and reports 1937-1938 Relates mainly to building construction specifications.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of papers and letters to the editor written by Jean Mackie related to nursing; texts from speeches by Jean Mackie; newsclippings about her nursing career; and photographs of nursing students.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The most significant part of the fonds is the daily diary kept by Miss Rogers during her stay with Dr. Williamson in Tanganyika (1957-1958). There also printed programmes of Dr. Williamson’s funeral service including a copy of a eulogy, and newspaper clippings concerning Dr. Williamson (1956-1958). Non textual records comprise of snapshots taken in Tanganyika as well as two photographs of Dr. Williamson taken when he was a patient at the Royal Victoria Hospital. 
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Carberry Plains Archives
Description
Fonds consists of a scrapbook for women, entitled Foods and Nutritions compiled by Thomson in 1935-1936 as resource material for a course. Black and white photographs show the Thomson farm. Scrapbook includes The Vitamin Primer (1933) and nutritional information sheets for Manitoba Department of Agriculture Extension Service; accession 2010.29 consists of a scrapbook (dates undetermined) compiled by Thomson, that consists of birth, wedding and funeral announcements, greeting cards and newspaper clippings concerning people in the Carberry & North Cypress area and concerning her friends and family; also copies of amusing articles, homilies and church events.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Nutrition
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of three accessions. Accession A.00-37 contains forty series related to the professional life of Jennifer Shay including correspondence, course information, research material, talks and lectures, publications, committee information, student theses, and awards.  Accession A.03-116 contains thirteen series relating to Jennifer Shay's personal and professional life including personal and professional correspondence, awards, publications and research, childhood materials, university education records, Flatford Mill records, lectures and affiliations, biographical material, committees and philanthropic activities, and doctorate student records. A large portion of the manuscript collection consists of correspondence of a personal and professional nature from colleagues and family. A.03-116 includes one map, 130 photographs, 13 slides, 1 video tape, and 2 reel-to-reel audio tapes. Accession A.04-72 contains one series of letters written by Jennifer Shay and received by her mother, Kathlene Walker.
STEM Field
Ecology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains a copy of a student card, a newspaper clipping, a brief biography, and an article.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Miss Morrison was interviewed by Carol Ritch on June 22 and 29, 1993. She describes her early family life in the West and her training as a nurse at the Winnipeg General Hospital, 1923-1926. The major part of the interview covers her experiences as Matron of Government House geriatric care: in staffing, services, nursing care, spiritual care, problem cases, medications, and special supplies and equipment. Team nursing was part of the care developed at the Home. Miss Morrison discussed her admiration for Agnes McLeod's work with the DVA and in public health nursing in southern Alberta. The interview is recorded on two audiotape cassettes and lasts 120 minutes. A photographic portrait of Miss Morrison (4 views) and biographical information on Colonel Mewburn and the Mewburn Pavilion are included in the textual records. Miss Morrison deposited further materials relating to her military career in accessions 87.4, 91l30 and 92.10 at the amiss Morrison deposited further materials relating to her military career in accessions 87.4, 91l30 and 92.10 at the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses Archives and Museum.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of Miss Morrison's commission into the armed services (1943); her toast to the Canadian Womens' Army Corps on their 45th anniversary, and the program of that occasion; a speech to the University of British Columbia School of Nursing; a speech, 'Gertrude Hall - a Tribute to a Friend', and a photograph of the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to Gertrude Hall; 'Nursing With the Canadian Army in Normandy - 1944'; a letter and information on Betty Barefoot; references regarding the Geriatric Nursing Institute; and a paper on Ethel Johns by Rae Chittick. The Morrison papers donated by Eleanor M. Hayes consist of the transcript of an oral interview and the text of a speech, in which Jessie Morrison describes her experiences as a Nursing Sister with the Canadian Army, 1941-1943; Miss Morrison's curriculum vitae and 2 photographs.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
The collection documents two sections of the career of Joann MacMorran, firstly there are records related to her time in training at the Winnipeg General Hospital School of Nursing and secondly the records reflect her time with the CIDA Project in Guyana.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The collection consists of reminiscences, biographical notes, letters, diaries and journals, newsclippings, recorded interviews, slides and photographs pertaining to nursing experiences.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Victoria
Description
  Fonds consists of certificates, gradesheets, correspondence and ephemera of Clearihue's school years and ephemera of her father, Joseph Badenoch Clearihue, and the University of Victoria.
STEM Field
Medicine
Science
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
This collection consists of the papers of Joyce Nevitt, first director of Memorial University's School of Nursing (1965-73). A large part of this collection represents her work in organizing the School of Nursing and the establishment of a baccalaureate degree program. It includes administrative records, correspondence, reports and research material. The collection also includes research material for her book, White Caps and Black Bands: A History of Nursing in Newfoundland to 1934 which was published in 1978 and includes historical research, photographs, and correspondence.There is a small of material relating to her volunteer activities and includes newsletters, lecture notes. minutes of meetings. This collection offers the researcher insight into the medical and nursing history of Newfoundland and Labrador, the history of Memorial University's School of Nursing as well as providing a notable collection of photographs of nurses and hospitals in Newfoundland and Labrador.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains reports, papers, and journal articles authored or co-authored by Judith Waalen. The majority of the work was written and published while she was the Director of the Centre for Quality Research at Ryerson and when she was a professor in the division of Graduate Studies and Research at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains articles, papers, and presentations authored and co-authored by Judy Britnell before and during her time at Ryerson University in the School of Nursing.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of one paper co-authored by June Wu.
STEM Field
Engineering
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Fonds consists of records relating to Braid's life and work as a student, teacher, carpenter, and writer. The first five series from Braid's first donation in 1995 are comprised primarily of interview material relating to Canadian women in trades, in the form of sound recordings, transcripts, notes, and drafts of profiles generated by Kate Braid in the course of four projects: her Master's thesis (1978-1979); a convention in Holland and subsequent trip to Denmark (1984); the Labour Canada booklets (1988); and the CBC Ideas program (1990). Also includes some correspondence, logbooks and published reference material. The next series from several additional accruals in 2009 to 2013 consist of records arising from many aspects of Braid's life. These records include drafts and notes from Braid's writing, projects for CBC Ideas, women in trades, her company, Sisters Construction, and other writing and teaching projects. There is also a large series of correspondence, including letters and emails (printed out) between Braid and other writers, her family, and business correspondents. Finally, there is a series of Braid's diaries, which she has kept regularly from the 1960s to 2012.
STEM Field
Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of manuscripts of While Rivers Flow and her articles about nursing and northern Alberta; scripts for radio broadcasts; correspondence with, and reminiscences of fellow public health nurses; list of public health nursing staffs; and photographs of northern Alberta and nursing.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains papers and book chapter authored and co-authored by Kathryn Woodcock.
STEM Field
Engineering
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains articles authored and co-authored by Kathy Gates.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Winnipeg
Description
Fonds reflects two key facets of Dr. Kerr’s career with the University of Winnipeg, and is divided into two corresponding series. First is her role in the Faculty Association’s Committee on the Status of Women, a body that examined gendered discrimination, particularly in terms of salary, among the University’s faculty and staff. The second is her involvement in the fields of childhood psychology and child care: both her administrative and scholarly activities through the University of Winnipeg’s Developmental Studies program, as well as her participation on government committees such as the Child Care Education Program Approval Committee. Fonds is divided into two series that correspond to these two facets. The first series is comprised primarily of records from the surveys conducted by the Committee on the Status of Women, including data and the compilations and reports generated therewith. It also includes some research materials related to the status of women. The second series is comprised of correspondence, records of meetings, and reports, primarily generated by the University of Winnipeg Department of Psychology and Senate and the Manitoba Department of Education. Also includes some research materials related to child psychology and child care.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Two of Laura Attrux's best friends in Slave Lake, Alberta, Helen Getzinger and Stella Boisvert, were interviewed on November 6, 1993 by Moira Bazin. The interview was part of an assignment for the University of Alberta course Nursing 550, Dr. Shirley Stinson, instructor. The fonds consists of one audiotape cassette and 5 cm. of textual material, which includes Ms Basin's essay based on the interview, biographical material, tributes and eulogies for Laura Attrux, photocopies of photographs illustrating her work as a public health nurse, and a photocopy of the Minute book, 1950-1971, of the Slave Lake District Nursing Association. The Association was responsible for providing a building to serve as home, office, and clinic for the district nurse. When the nursing service was disbanded the residual funds were used to establish the Laura Attrux Scholarship for local students. The audiotaped interview records the memories of two women who assisted Miss Attrux in her nursing duties and became her closest friends during her years in northern Alberta. Their recollections cover the activities of the community and their families, in both of which Miss Attrux was closely involved. Their stories reveal the dedication and professionalism of a remarkable nurse, for whom they had both admiration and great affection.
STEM Field
Nursing
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of biographical material, diaries, correspondence, photographs and memorabilia. Of particular interest is the large volume of letters written by Holland to her mother from June 1915 to July 1917 from overseas.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Victoria
Description
Fonds documents Huneck's research relating to her involvement in government sponsored land-management decisions. The files reflect the organization and mandate of the various committees; and include minutes, reports, correspondence, press releases, clippings, and submissions from public and NGO groups. The fonds consists of the following series: Carmanah Community Committee (CCC); Carmanah Valley Forest Management Advisory Committee (CVFMAC); Forest Land Use Liaison Committee of British Columbia; Integrated Wildlife Intensive Forestry Research Program (IWIFR); Tahsis/Kwois follow-up Committee; Tsitika Follow-up Committee; and reference publication and reports. Reference material is arranged in alphabetical order by title. There is also reference material including publications and reports.
STEM Field
Biology
Geography
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains articles on research, announcements of awards, and articles featuring Dr. Murphy.
STEM Field
Medicine
Biochemistry
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Oral History interview
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of a report authored by Butler for the Centre for Instructional Research at Ryerson.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds contains textual records which pertain to Leonore Saunders’ involvement with the University of Manitoba Faculty Women’s Association and the Medical Faculty Women’s Association/Club, including constitutions from various years in which she was involved, contact lists, and histories of the Association.  In addition, the fonds contains University of Manitoba grants reports, the First International Congress on Group Medicine notes, pamphlets, and conference dinner invitations.
STEM Field
Physiotherapy
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of newsclippings (1954-1960) and photographs (1928-1945) relating to her nursing career.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of architectural drawings and accompanying project files reflecting the solo career of Lily Inglis including projects she undertook in England, Italy, Philadelphia and Kingston. The drawings consist of tracing paper originals, pencil sketches, diazotypes, acetates, sepia diazoa and black line prints of a variety of different sizes.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of papers, an article and a book authored and edited by Linda Cooper. Fonds has been divided into series based on content - Papers, Articles, and Books.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains papers written and co-written by Lisa Anderson during her time as co-ordinator of the Women in Engineering Office at Ryerson. Papers were created for various conferences
STEM Field
Engineering
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of typed correspondence, outlines, drafts, and hand-written notes all pertaining to the writing process and research for Child Development: Selected Readings (1973).
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
This fonds focusses on Dr. Smith’s work with the Canadian Field-Naturalist; the relationship between the Ottawa Field Naturalist Club and the Canadian Field-Naturalist; and her research for the Canadian Women Natural Scientists exhibit for the National Museum of Natural Sciences (now the Canadian Museum of Nature).
STEM Field
Environmental science
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
The fonds consists mainly of family history.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of images, originally dating mid-1920s to 1935, of the Edmonton General Hospital School of Nursing building, nursing students, the staff at the Wainwright Municipal Hospital, and a tree planting in Wainwright.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains material relating to the personal and professional life of Luise Herzberg, including materials relating to her childhood and schooling; family documents; materials relating to her parents, Paul and Elsbeth Oettinger, correspondence with her sister, Lotte Thurnauer; and materials received or collected by her son Paul Herzberg. The fonds contains substantial material relating to Luise’s scientific work, including correspondence with international colleagues, and reprints of her articles.
STEM Field
Astrophysics
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of biographical information, correspondence, publications, news clippings, photographs, awards, reports, diaries and ephemera which belong to or were written/created by Lyle Creelman.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains a single paper co-authored by Julian Carvalho.
STEM Field
Physics
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of the following series: correspondence (1916-1972), speeches (1926-1935), writings (1920-1962) and miscellaneous material (1898-1974).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Wilfrid Laurier University
Description
The MacCorkindale Fonds includes a collection of Florence Chandler’s letters, diaries, photos, and drawings from the First World War. Included also is a photo album from Catherine Mae MacCorkindale (1923-2012), John and Florence’s daughter, which depicts her service in the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service in the Second World War. Catherine would marry RCAF Flight Lieutenant Allan Harold Bartlett (1922-2005).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of a scrapbook about Madeleine's nursing involvement in the First World War which includes 116 photographs, 15 postcards and newspaper/magazine clippings; newspaper clippings about Madeleine and Byron Morrison; publications including a souvenir wedding book, an Illustrated Souvenir book from the Dominion Orthopedic Hospital, Christie Street, Toronto, The American Women's Club of Toronto 1926-1927 Year Book, a program for 1927 annual convention of Amputations Association of the Great War; The Fragment (Amputations Association of the Great War); and photographs of Madeleine, Byron and the First World War.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Fonds consists of records reflecting the academic and personal interests of Maggie Benston. The fonds is arranged in 5 series: Research files, Women's Caucus, Subject files, Publications, and Personal documents.
STEM Field
Chemistry
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of papers, articles, presentations, and correspondence created or collected by Gosha Zywno. All materials created during her time at Ryerson University.
STEM Field
Electrical engineering
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds chiefly reflects the public role of Margaret Somerville through the dissemination of her ideas on ethical issues through conferences, lectures, various publications, teaching activities, consults and research with some records concerning her family and personal life. The fonds consists of the following series; conference papers and lectures, (1981-2013), committee memberships, (1977-2005); media relations, (1980-2013); personal/family matters, (1934-2016); writing/publishing activities, (1979-2015); communications, (1983-2010); subject files/consults,(1987-2015); teaching materials, (1990-2015); and general filing, (1995-2016). 
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Description
Journal and newspaper articles, academic and professional certificates and awards, correspondence, and a retirement card.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Course and laboratory notes relating to Margaret Cranston Parsons' undergraduate and graduate training in the United States and research files assembled largely while a special lecturer in the Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. Includes drawings made for articles published in journals (Boxes 005 and 006).
STEM Field
Zoology
Hosting Institution
University of Alberta
Description
Alberta schools of nursing 1969-1977; Legislation, briefs, position papers 1945-1981 Includes Alberta Task Force on Nursing Education; Professional associations 1969-1981; Regulations, standards 1965-1980; Surveys, research 1963-1978 All the documents relate to Professor Steed's work on the training and continuing education of nurses.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds is seperated into seven series. They include biographical and personal material, correspondence, School of Nursing, research on the history of Public Health Nursing in Manitoba, university essays, artifacts, and the photograph collection that contains 3 photographs, two videocassettes and a reel to reel film.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary notice, biographical information, articles, and correspondence.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of records which document the historical development of the School of Rehabilitation Medicine. It includes the following series: Cooperative Committee Towards a School of Rehabilitation Medicine (1956-1961), course and curriculum notes (1961-1963), correspondence (1962-1973), and printed/published material relating to occupational therapy and rehabilitation medicine.
STEM Field
Occupational therapy
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
The fonds consists of World War I photographs of Nursing Sisters at Branscombe and Bermondsey Military Hospitals, England, 1914-18.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Victoria
Description
Fonds consists of correspondence with international plant pathologists regarding scientific studies, publications, and requests for seeds. Also includes several brief biographies of Newton; a submission by Newton to her student newspaper at the University of Minnesota in 1933; and the Flavell Medal awarded to Newton by the Royal Society of Canada in 1948.
STEM Field
Agriculture
Biology
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Materials in the fonds include memos, correspondence, notes, proposal papers, publications and copies of publication, as well as slides and photographs. Some materials are originally from the Campus Planning Office.
STEM Field
Geography
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds contains a scrapbook which covers events during Margaret Oliver's (nee Hammett) academic years from the end of grade 11 (1944) through her second year in a post-graduate laboratory technician program, as well as a few items in the years following (until 1956), most of which took place at the University of Manitoba. There is a trophy for athletic excellence in the Faculty of Science from 1946-1949. The scrapbook also contains Margaret Oliver's Bachelor of Science diploma, and the accompanying folder holds her husband's (Thomas Oliver) Master of Science diploma from the same year (1949), as well as a 100th anniversary page for the University of Manitoba (taken from the Winnipeg Free Press in 1977).
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of the following series: Labrador climate and geography; Baffin Island espedition; ice conditions; Northern transportation; hydrography and Arctic exploration history and reference files [...]
STEM Field
Hydrography
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of autobiography, 'Life is an Adventure', speeches, newsclippings about her career, and a photograph portrait.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
Fonds consists of a biography and letters covering her nursing education and subsequent career following graduation with a Bachelor of Science Nursing - ist Class from Queen's University at Kingston (1947).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of records generated during Street's writing of the biography of Ethel Johns. It includes correspondence (1969-1974) with publishers and the Canada Council which funded the project; transcripts of interviews with students, friends and associates (1969-1970); copies of Johns' addresses and publications (including portions of an unfinished autobiography); and draft manuscripts for the book Watch-Fires on the Mountains.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
In 1995, Marguerite Schumacher and Glenna Gorrill recorded their discussion of the establishment of the diploma course in nursing at Red Deer College in 1968. They describe the pattern of education they wanted for the student nurses, the need to win the support of the College, the Hospital staff, and the community for a program based in a college, not in a hospital. The students would have a broad base of correlated academic subjects from several departments, and would serve their practicum periods in hospitals, doctors' offices, community agencies and nursing homes. They would each be assigned to a family from the community, and keep a journal on the health progress of the family members. The program included research, initiated by outside consultants and academics as well as by the Nursing School staff. Continuing education, also offered to community nurses, included night classes, guest lecturers from throughout the province, and academic work coordinated with the universities that would lead to the BScN degree. The taped dialogue runs 60 minutes. Textual material deposited with the audiotape includes articles and reports by Marguerite Schumacher, 1970-1973, describing the program as it progressed.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Letters from Florence Nightingale to Maria Machin discuss her career, give advice about hospital conditions in Montréal and nurses suitable for work there, and expound Nightingale's ideals of nursing. The originals are at the Public Archives of Canada.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Northern British Columbia
Description
Fonds reflects, predominately, Ainley's research as a professor at the University of Northern British Columbia and her administration of the Women's Studies Program at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her research is arranged by project into eleven subseries. Research material includes: photocopies of publications and archival material, correspondence, bibliographies, research interviews, transcripts, draft manuscripts and other records. A series of personal records, arranged according to type, includes: correspondence, diplomas and photographs. The women’s studies administrative material is arranged according to the major activities with which Ainley was involved and includes: meeting minutes, memoranda, reports, correspondence and other records. A series of electronic records relating, predominately, to Ainley’s research includes: draft manuscripts, conference proceedings, bibliographies, transcripts, correspondence, curricula vitae and other records.
STEM Field
Ornithology
Hosting Institution
Mount Allison University
Description
Fonds consists of class notes, a paper and a thesis, along with photographs documenting campus life in the 1940s. These photographs are accompanied by images of Class reunions in subsequent years.
STEM Field
Chemistry
Hosting Institution
University of Waterloo
Description
File consists of materials relating to the personal and professional life of Marie Stopes as well as to the history of birth control. Includes biographical materials, articles and ephemera related to birth control, correspondence, and ms. drafts of a biography of Stopes. Included as Section 7 are the research notes compiled by Stopes' biographer, Ruth Hall. These notes were presented to the Library by Dr. John Griffin, who had received them from Hall.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Queen's University
Description
Fonds consists of scenes of her time as a student at Queen's University, and the Biological Station at St. Andrew's, New Brunswick.
STEM Field
Biology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains an obituary, a CV, a copy of a faculty card, a notice of appointment, a short biography, articles, publications list, and a personal letter.
STEM Field
Physiology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of black and white photographs of diploma and degree students in the Faculty of Agriculture and Home Economics, Tache Hall student residence, and the Home Economics building.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
22 photographs document Ontario College of Pharmacy student Marjorie Wright, later Marjorie Downs. Included is her graduation portrait (1938), a photo album of snapshots showing her graduation, residence, working in a lab as well as King George IV and Queen Elizabeth's visit to Toronto in 1939. Also documenting her student days is a composite portrait of the Senior Executive Class of 1938, Ontario College of Pharmacy of which Marjorie Wright was a member. Finally, there is one portrait of Mrs. Downs later in life as well as an award marking the 50th anniversary of her graduation from the Ontario College of Pharmacy.
STEM Field
Pharmacology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Collection consists of a microfilmed scrapbook with clippings related to like in the Yukon during the First World War and life in the far north. It also contains clippings about the political careers of Martha and George, microfilm M-536; correspondence with Otto Nordling concerning Yukon life and politics, letters to George and Martha, letters from M.L. Mackenzie King, W.A..C. Bennett, L.B.Pearon and others, and articles on Mrs. Black.
STEM Field
Botany
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Barbara Boyle recorded this telephone interview with Dr. Martha Rogers, Phoenix, Arizona, on December 6, 1992, as part of an assignment for Nursing 550, Dr. Shirley Stinson, instructor. The textual records include edited transcripts of the interview, colour photocopies of photographs taken at the Nurse Theorist Conference, Edmonton, 1984, and photocopies of articles relative to Martha Rogers' work. The subjects covered include her theory of unitary human beings, holism in health care, professionalism, establishment of nursing standards through professional organizations (National League for Nursing Education, later National League for Nursing; Canadian Nurses Association); hospital training schools vs academic education; 'knowledge vs training'; nursing theory compared with that in other professions; her attempts to develop a science of nursing that admitted varied theories; relationship to chaos theory; medical school animosity. The interview covered Dr. Rogers' childhood and education, nursing training and practice, further graduate education and her professional and educational activities.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Cape Breton University
Description
Fonds consists of a speech that was delivered by Mary Belle MacNeil concerning her nursing career, with particular attention to her time spent nursing during war years.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
Fonds consists of 4 file folders of lecture notes that Mary took while a student at the Toronto Western Hospital Training School for Nurses. While mostly hand-written notes and sketches, some typewritten class handouts, publications, and exam booklets are also included. Each original file folder was annotated on the front to indicate contents or provide personal comments about the course. The portion of the original file folder with Mary’s personal annotations have been included within the contents of the corresponding file. These records are significant as they represent the learning experience of a typical nursing student from the Toronto Western Hospital in the late 1930s...
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of biographical information and photographs of Calgary General Hospital.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, and reports pertaining to the Committee on Gerontology from 1973 to 1979. The material primarily chronicles the efforts of the committee to secure a Centre for Gerontological Research at UBC.
STEM Field
Social science
Gerontology
Hosting Institution
Langley Centennial Museum
Description
Fonds consists of seven series: heritage investigation permit records, 1995-1996; park opening, 1996; shovel tests, 1996; photographs series, 1995-1996, which includes images from the site and of the excavation; excavation units field records; 1995-1996, detailing field units 1-11; background information, 1995-1996, predominantly supplied by the City of Vancouver, including drafting information, surveyors reports, traces, historical information, and copies of aerial photographs; and daily notes, 1995-1996 which includes Fort-to-Fort trail construction notes, notes related to work with Ducks Unlimited, general daily notes which also record employee hours, and some plans and location guides.
STEM Field
Archaeology
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
This collection consists of handwritten essays and notes, and photographs by Mary Southcott, founder of the St. John's General Hospital School of Nursing. The essays and notes are about the pioneering days of nursing. There are essays about Florence Nightingale's work at Scutari and in England as well as descriptions of nursing in Newfoundland, both at the General Hospital in St. John's, and the tuberculosis camp. Some of her essays were published in British nursing journals. Internal evidence also indicates that Southcott was the Newfoundland correspondent for The Nursing Times for a number of years. Southcott was a keen amateur photographer. The photographs include pictures taken at the General Hospital, at the Waterford Hall convalescent hospital for soldiers during the first World War, and while on vacation in Newfoundland and Ontario. Many of these photographs are identified by comments written on the back by Southcott; however some are not. Although a small collection, these papers provide insight into the beliefs and attitudes of one of the most influential leaders in the history of nursing in Newfoundland.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
This fonds consists of scripts for radio commentaries prepared and broadcast by Dr. Rotenberg over CBC between 1939 and 1964, reflecting her concern about the status of women, as well as her interests in science, education, social welfare and foreign affairs.
STEM Field
Mathematics
Physics
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The collection contains private records and papers relating to the medical and teaching career of Maude Abbott. It consists in large part of correspondence, 1894-1920, including family correspondence with, among others, her sister Alice Abbott, 1904-1919, and her brother Rev. Harry M. Babin, 1916-1920. Also included are manuscripts and drafts of articles and addresses; case reports; post-mortem records; glass slides and drawings; exhibit panels largely pertaining to her research on congenital heart disease.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Abbott's papers reflect her family background, education and private life, as well as her research and publications on medical history. There are no materials relating to her work as a pathologist. Abbott's family background is documented by a printed history (1931) of St. Matthew's, Grenville, of which Joseph Abbott was the first rector, and glass negative views of the family home in St. Andrew's. Records of her education comprise notebooks (1886-1890) for courses at McGill in classics, philosophy, English literature, and science, her graduation photograph, and a photocopy of her address as Donalda Valedictorian in 1890. Private records include diaries (1930-1940), a commonplace-book (1929-1938), and a bundle of notes, clippings, poems, letters and invitations. Three versions of her autobiography survive: the finished "Autobiographical sketch" of 1928 (photocopy), part of an undated autobiography, and a brief autobiographical note. Records of Abbott's historical research and publications include extensive notes on the history of medicine in Québec as well as papers relating to the publication of her History. Other files contain notes on the admission of women to McGill and other universities, the establishment of the Medical Museum, the amalgamation of the medical faculties of Bishop's and McGill with some administrative records of the medical faculty. Dr. Abbott's professional correspondence is represented only by a file on the Federation of Canadian Medical Women.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Carleton University
Description
The fonds consist of records created and accumulated by Maureen McTeer documenting her professional life as a public spokesperson, author and educator on issues of genetic science and women's health sciences. Series include: Science Education (1999-2001), Women's Health and Advocacy: Publications and Public Engagements (1976-2001), Personal Ephemera (1990-1996).
STEM Field
Genetics
Public Health
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
This fonds consists of the personal papers of Mina Hubbard. It includes personal documents (birth certificate and passports); personal correspondence; a diary kept by Leonidas Hubbard, Jr., her husband, on his fatal expedition into the Labrador interiorin 1903 and diaries kept by herself and George Elson, her native guide, on their expedition to Labrador in 1905; an incomplete manuscript that appears to be a religious treatise; newspaper reviews of her book, A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador; material (review and program) pertaining to her lectures in 1936; general invitations; photographs of her expedition to Labrador, her family, and herself; and variousmiscellaneous items (a portrait of Mina and a locket and compass that she carried on her Labrador expedition). This collection would be of interest to researchers of the history of Labrador exploration and to those interested in the life and writings of Mina Hubbard. Furthermore, the collection would be of value to students of exploration and adventure writing as a genre in the early decades of the twentieth century.
STEM Field
Nursing
Geography
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The fonds illustrates Dr. Gomery's work as a medical missionary and consists of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, a guestbook from the John Bishop Memorial Hospital in Islamabad, maps of Kashmir, a Kashmiri hymn book, and a facsimile of her book "Neighbors in Kashmir." The fonds additionally contains an obituary and an detailed account of Gomery family history.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
This fonds offers an insight into Monique Frize's education, career development as a biomedical engineer, professional activities as a professor, and on her research fields of interest and expertise. Most of the archival material are in the form of textual records, but it also includes a large number of audio and video tapes that documented interviews with Monique Frize, speeches, conferences and products that she had created. Certificates, award plaques and framed photographs illustrate many awards and distinctions received by Monique Frize during her career. The fonds also contains various versions of manuscripts and resource materials mostly for the publication of the books The Bold and The Brave: A history of women in science and engineering (2009) and Laura Bassi and Science in 18th Century Europe (2013).
STEM Field
Biomedical engineering
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The official records of the Montreal Ladies' Educational Association comprise minutes of the General and Executive Committees, 1871-1885; an account book, 1871-1885; a fee register, 1880-1885; a list of students of the M.L.E.A. and after 1885 of McGill, 1881-1890; a register of certificates granted, including comments on the student's performance, 1871-1885; and printed prospecti and annual reports. A 'Register of Teachers', 1871-1881, contains advertisements for school teachers and governesses. 
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds contains a casebook by Mrs. J.A. Parks who received training at the Montreal Maternity Hospital from 1 March to 30 May 1888. The fonds includes the casebook, a letter of certification of attendance at lectures and a certified copy of registration of marriage.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Mrs. Maria Rubilie-Glenn recorded interviews with Mrs. Muriel Shewchuk and Mrs. Nellie Beatty, and collected textual materials and photographs as part of her class work in Nursing 550, University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing; Dr. Shirley Stinson, Instructor. The interview covers Mrs. Shewchuk's career in the Operating Room of the University of Alberta Hospital, from her student days, 1959-1962, to the move to the new MacKenzie Centre Surgical Suite in 1985. The interview was conducted on November 13, 1992. Included with the oral history are Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn's transcripts and essay; research notes, operating room manuals and course materials were donated by Mrs. Shewchuk and Mrs. Beatty. The photographs depict Operating Room staff in action, and include Mrs. Shewchuk, Mrs. Beatty and Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn. The materials were restricted (permission of the donor required for access) until Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn completed her thesis.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Personal records of Muriel Uprichard, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing (1955-1965), with correspondence, student essays, publications and photographs. Includes files on the history of nursing education in Canada and abroad, the International Council of Nurses (1932-1951), the St. John Ambulance and other national organizations.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
The Myra Bennett collection consists of papers both personal and professional that relate to her life as a nurse and midwife in the community of Daniel's Harbour and includes correspondence, biographical material, diaries and journals.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McMaster University
Description
The fonds consists of three scrapbooks containing among other things: mimeographs of daily orders, and nominal rolls; photographs, including wounded soldiers after the Dieppe raid, hospitals, British countryside scenes, and Italian scenes including the Amalfi coast and Rome letters and cards newsletters, newspapers, including The Maple Leaf and The Red Patch and news clippings, programs, invitations, realia, including medals, identification bracelet, and a piece of shrapnel.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
National Research Council of Canada
Description
The fond consists of 51 records containing various biographies and articles directly related to women in science at the National Research Council.  This is an active fond.
STEM Field
Science
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
Photos were collected and taken by Nellie Claire McCurdy. They document her work in the First World War as a nursing sister with the Canadian Army Medical Corps, including the 1st Battalion Nursing Sisters in France, various army hospital and ambulance services, etc.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Mrs. Maria Rubilie-Glenn recorded interviews with Mrs. Nellie Beatty and Mrs. Muriel Shewchuk, and collected textual materials and photographs, as part of her class work in Nursing 550, University of Alberta School of Nursing, Dr. Shirley Stinson, instructor. The interview covers Mrs. Beatty's career from the time she came to the University of Alberta Hospital Operating Room in 1945 until she coordinated the move of the 14-theatre surgical suite into the new Walter C. MacKenzie Health Sciences Centre in 1985. The interview was conducted on November 19, 1992. Included with the oral history are Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn's transcript and essay; research notes, operating room manuals and course materials were donated by Mrs. Beatty and Mrs. Shewchuk. The photographs depict Operating Room staff in action, and include Mrs. Beatty, Mrs. Shewchuk and Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn. The materials were restricted (permission of the donor required for access) until Mrs. Rubilie-Glenn completed her thesis.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
The records of the Newfoundland Outport Nursing and Industrial Association were deposited in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies Archives on January 25, 1991. These records were generated from 1925 to 1990 and reflect the social and business history of the Association. The records, however, are incomplete. The annual reports cover the years 1925 to 1978 but the remainder of the reports and minutes of meetings cover only the years from the 1950s to the present. The collection includes annual reports, Presidents’ reports, financial reports, correspondence, advertising and promotional brochures, records of the NONIA store, records of the Corner Brook branch operations, manuscript histories, and photographs. A very interesting document is the Visitors Guest Book which was kept in the NONIA store from 1933 to 1951 and contains signatures of thousands of customers during that period including the wife of British Prime Minister Ramsey MacDonald. The records were kept intermittently at the NONIA store at 286 Water Street, St. John’s, for a number of years and at the residences of some of the past presidents of NONIA. The records reveal a fascinating insight into nursing history, life in the outports, and a successful business venture of Newfoundland cottage industry.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Calgary
Description
Fonds consists of material gathered and created by Norma Stowe during her time of service during WWII in the South African Military Nursing Service. Stowe sent letters home from both South Africa and Cairo where she was stationed as a nurse working for the South African Army. These letters are arranged chronologically in the Correspondence series. Photographs, which were likely originally sent as enclosures, are arranged in the Photographs series. Other material, including ephemera, certificates, and military documentation, is arranged in thematic series corresponding to the folders in which the material was received into the archives.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
The fonds includes three sous-fonds: 1.1 Toronto General Hospital School of Nursing sous-fonds, 1.2 Atkinson School of Nursing of the Toronto Western Hospital sous-fonds, 1.3 Grace Hospital Training School for Nurses sous-fonds.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
This fonds consists of correspondence from the Canadian National Association of Trained Nurses regarding nursing sisters in the First World War and files on the creation and inauguration of a memorial to Canadian nursing sisters, 1922-1926. Constitution, bylaws, minutes and correspondence of the Overseas Nursing Sisters’ Association of Canada (1928-1944) and the Canadian Nursing Sisters’ Association (1944-1998). Membership directories, lists of executives, nominal rolls and awards, 1926-1986. Material for publications on the history of Canadian nursing sisters. Minutes, reports and correspondence of the Ottawa unit, 1931-1992. Memorabilia from nursing sisters, 1885-1987.
STEM Field
Nursing
Public Health
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
"For the Record" Exhibit installed at the gallery of the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, 7 Sept to 1 December 1986: includes title blocks, scrapbook of graduates from 1920's to 1950's; and microfiche copy of exhibit and scrapbook; correspondence, press clippings relating to Marjorie Hill.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds consists of a paper and a report authored by Pamela Hitchcock.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of textual records which document Dr. Marchak's scholarship and related professional and administrative activities, and includes correspondence, reports, typescripts of speeches and articles, written notes, contracts, journal off-prints, course materials, conference packages, and newspaper and magazine clippings. The fonds is arranged in the following series: Published Works, Unpublished Works, Books Correspondence and Reviews, Universities, Organizations, & Associations, Political Science and Mahmoodi/Dutton Affairs, Correspondence Course, and Conferences. Some series are further divided into sub-series. Within each series and sub-series, the records have mostly been retained in their original order.
STEM Field
Social science
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This collection consists of documents relating to Martens career and research. It consists of the following thirteen series: 1. Research, 2. Grants and Funding, 3. Committee, 4. Award, 5. Conference, 6. Historical (Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 7. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Review, 8. Correspondence, 9. Graduate School, 10. Calendars, 11. Church Directories, 12. Photographs, 13. Legacy Media
STEM Field
Public Health
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Description
This fonds consists primarily of photocopies of the research assembled by Patricia Dell Winans for her Master of Nursing thesis at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, on Georgea Powell Bates as well as a copy of the completed thesis [...]
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Tantramar Heritage Trust
Description
Subfonds contains personal papers of Pauline (Alward) Spatz, including records pertaining to her schooling, her career as a registered nurse, and other personal papers, as well as a group of family photographs dating back to her great grandfather, Isaac Wry, and succeeding generations. Content is divided into four series: Photographs, School Records, Nursing Records, and Other Personal Papers.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
This fonds consists of one accession of personal papers of Prof. Phyllis E. Jones. It contains primarily records relating to her career with the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto and manuscripts of her published and unpublished works relating to community health and nursing education. Among the records relating to her personal life and education (Series 1) will be found certificates, photographs and a scrapbook maintained during her years as a student in the General Nursing and Public Health Nursing, Part 1 diploma programme between 1944 and 1946. Series 2 documents her activities as a faculty member including copies of early planning reports relating to the School of Nursing prepared by former directors such as Helen Carpenter and Florence Emory, as well as records generated during her tenure as Dean of the Faculty. Copies of some of her published and numerous unpublished papers and presentations are contained in Series 3. This fonds unfortunately does not contain any of her lectures or teaching materials or research notes. There is little information relating to her professional activities with the Victorian Order of Nurses, Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario, the Metropolitan Toronto District Health Council or Toronto area teaching hospitals.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file consists of obituary notices, CV, research articles, correspondence, biography, and draft speech by on the occasion of PJM’s receiving the Founder’s Award from the Canadian College of Medical Geneticists posthumously, 1998.
STEM Field
Genetics
Pediatrics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Lynne French interviewed Miss Robinson on January 28, 1994, for the oral history project of the AARN History of Nursing Professional Practice Group. Miss Robinson discusses her basic and advanced academic education in nursing. She spent most of her career in association with the Calgary General Hospital School of Nursing, and speaks of the problems in the administration of both the Hospital and the School in the early 1950s. These were resolved by new administrators, Dr. Lloyd Bradley and Miss Gertrude Hall and the position of the nursing students improved as a result of their changes. In 1959, changes in regulations at all three levels of government put severe limitations on the School's budget -- nurses were blamed for the high costs of medical service -- and once again the administration of the School and the Hospital was restructured. Miss Robinson speaks of Miss Hall's resignation as Director of Nursing and her encouragement for her instructors to go on to advanced degrees in their profession. She describes the closing of the CGH School of Nursing and her transfer to the University of Calgary.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Winnipeg
Description
Fonds is comprised of records from the full lifespan of the Prairie Women’s Health Centre for Excellence, from its early conception as a proposal within the Centres of Excellence for Women’s Health Program, through the full breadth of its career in women’s health research and advocacy, to the end of its funding in 2013 and closure. The majority of the fonds is related to PWHCE’s primary function, sponsoring and producing original scholarship about women’s health and health policy. The organization funded and published over two hundred research projects on a variety of women’s health subjects, and the records include the published reports from this research as well as the background documentation from its planning, administration, and production. In addition to its own research, PWHCE also acted as a supporting partner and funding body for the research of other community and health organizations and as a participant in academic conferences and government advocacy. The fonds includes records from these activities as well. Finally, the fonds includes records related to the administrative and organizational history of PWHCE itself, such as the minutes of its Board of Directors, yearly work plans, policy documents, and strategic planning; as well as records from its relationship to the greater Centres of Excellence for Women’s Health program and the other Centres of Excellence across Canada, and the provincial and federal government bodies that provided their funding.
STEM Field
Public Health
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
These papers reflect Chittick's activities in nursing education, with special emphasis on her role as publicist and consultant. Her typescripts of articles for nursing journals, and her addresses to nursing schools, nursing associations, and graduating classes of nurses cover the years 1950-1966, and are concerned largely with nursing training and nursing philosophy. Her work as a consultant, particularly for the World Health Organization in Australia (1968), and in Ghana and the West Indies, is documented by her reports and addresses, as well as photographs (e.g. of Chittick with Prime Minister Nkrumah of Ghana) and other mementos. Related to this work are some comments by Chittick of a doctoral dissertation on health care in Ghana (1971). Personal material stems primarily from the 1963 Convocation when Chittick was named Emeritus Professor; it comprises photographs and a copy of the citation. 
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Archives of Ontario
Description
Series consists of the personal records of Clara C. Benson; personal correspondence, a scrapbook containing cut-out printed images and note cards, Clara C. Benson's high school certificate, an autograph book, and calling and business cards [...]
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Chemistry
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains papers, reports, and articles authored by Rena Mendelson. Material created by Mendelson in her role as Director of and Professor in the School of Nutrition, Consumer, and Family Studies at Ryerson University.
STEM Field
Nutrition
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
Fonds contains records pertaining to the separate careers and personal lives of both Verna Huffman Splane and Richard Splane, and their life together as a couple. Work records reflect Richard’s work in Alberta, his time in the RCAF, and his lengthy career in the federal government as well as Verna’s work for WHO, the federal government, and as a faculty member at UBC and the University of Victoria. These records include government reports, meeting minutes and agenda, correspondence, articles, course outlines and notes. Personal records reflect both Richard and Verna’s social lives and interest in social welfare outside of their careers. These records include correspondence, curriculum vitae, photographs (print and digital), notes, articles and publications, meeting minutes and agenda, and certificates. The records reflecting Richard and Verna’s joint life has been arranged into eight series: Chief Nursing Officers Study, Home and Social Life, Personal Correspondence, University Hill Congregation, Social Welfare Work, Honours and Awards, Photographs, and Audio-visual. The fonds also includes two sous-fonds: the Richard Beverly Splane sous-fonds and the Verna Huffman Splane sous-fonds.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Concordia University
Description
The fonds provides mainly information on Dr. Rose Sheinin’s research and teaching activities at the University of Toronto and on her career as a university administrator at Concordia University. The fonds includes course material, lectures, research files, reports, articles, press clippings and correspondence.
STEM Field
Biochemistry
Hosting Institution
Trent University
Description
This collection consists of 278 slides taken by Rosemary McConkey during her work as a nutritionist in Malaya (1962) and in Nigeria (1965). McConkey was part of a team of medical personnel and scientists from the University of Ohio who undertook surveys of nutritional needs in these two areas. McConkey has supplied a detailed listing of the slides and has also included a 45 r.p.m. recording of the national anthem of Malaya 'Negara Ku,', six books relating to the two areas and a map of Malaya. A complete listing of all slides prepared by Rosemary McConkey is available in the Reading Room.
STEM Field
Nutrition
Hosting Institution
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Description
This collection consists of a scrapbook with mounted photographs kept by Ruby Ayre during her wartime nursing service in the Ascot Auxiliary Military Hospital, a detachment of the British Red Cross Society. Includes photographs, clippings and mementos of Newfoundlanders in Europe and fellow nurses Janet Ayre, Mary Rendell and Nell Job.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of textual, graphic and cartographic material relating to the work and studies of Dr. Rudolph Martin Anderson and his wife, Mae Bell Allstrand. The records have been divided into six series as follows: correspondence; subject files; diaries; manuscripts and notes; printed material; and family papers.
STEM Field
Zoology
Ornithology
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Guest book, with photographs and correspondence pertaining to her retirement from the Department of Home Economics Education, Ontario College of Education (1964-65); tribute following her death (1980).
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University of Victoria
Description
The fonds consists of Fields' student notebook in Botany I, written during her last year at Victoria College.
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Botany
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains articles written and studies conducted by Sandra McBride.
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Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains articles, correspondence and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies
Description
The Sarah Dekker Thielman fonds consists of a book, created by her, written in the German Gothic script. The first part of the book is a description of the female anatomy and various remedies for illnesses peculiar to women. It could be called a gynaecology manual. The table of contents for this section has been transcribed and is in the fonds. The second part of her book is a record of the births over which Sarah presided, from 1909 to 1941.
STEM Field
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file contains obituary notices, faculty questionnaire, articles, and other material.
STEM Field
Medicine
Pathology
Hosting Institution
University of British Columbia
Description
The fonds consists of records from the School of Nursing, most of which had been accumulated in the course of office administrative activity, and some of which had been collected for the purpose of writing a history of the School. The fonds is arranged in the following series: Office Files (1942-1991), History of Nursing at UBC (1919-1965), School of Nursing Golden Jubilee (1969), Elizabeth McCann's Project Files (1980-1981), and Photographs (including a scrapbook) (1940-1969).
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
York University
Description
Fonds consists of personal correspondence, including those documenting Zimmerman's receipt of a teaching award and her appointment as Advisor to the University on the Status of Women. Fonds also consists of correspondence and other documents regarding Zimmerman's involvement during and after what is known as the Freeman affair while Advisor to the University on the Status of Women
STEM Field
Biology
Biochemistry
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains articles and research studies co-authored by Sharon Wilson.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
This file consists of documents relating to Cantor's life and career. It contains an obituary notice, a CV, a publications list, articles and staff record.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
University of Manitoba
Description
The fonds consists of papers written by several different authors, publications, photocopies of articles, book reviews newspaper clippings, class notes, transcripts of broadcasts and interviews, and Marshall McLuhan's Report to the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare on Project in Understanding New Media. 
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains a single paper written by Shirley Christo entitled 'How Intergenerational Educational Travel Experiences May Facilitate Increased Senior Participation in Education and Decrease Dropout Rates'. Paper presented at the Third Global Classroom Conference.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
Fonds reflects Shirley Goodall's work as a medical illustrator on the service of various McGill physicians. The fonds consists chiefly of sketches in pencil on paper, medical illustrations mounted on board. Also includes reprints of journal articles where many of her illustrations were published. 
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of personal and professional records, including course materials for Masters and PhD studies; materials collected at the Hospital for Sick Children; materials relating to development of the health administration program and the nursing PhD program at the University of Alberta, and to the development of nursing research programs provincially and nationally; correspondence with the Kellogg Foundation; records of work with the World Health Organization; records of her presidency of the Canadian Nursing Association; speeches; publications; photographs.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
McGill University
Description
The archive represents her residential, commercial, and cultural projects in Sweden (1930-50) and Canada (to 1994), including the Malmö City Theatre, interior and furnishings for the Ottawa City Hall council chamber, and one of 12 model units for Moshe Safdie’s Habitat ’67, as well as documentation of her research awards and press.
STEM Field
Architecture
Hosting Institution
Université Laval
Description
This fonds pertains to the creator's academic activities during her graduate studies at Université Laval. The fonds contains sound recordings and videocassettes on ethnographic investigations of the aging process. Participants came from the county of Quebec and the Île de Montréal area. The fonds also contains interviews conducted with Ms. Marie-Paule Laliberté-Rioux. They are about the life and career of Ms. Laliberté-Rioux, one of the first four women to obtain a bachelor’s degree from Université Laval (Social Sciences, Social Service) as well as the story of 'Juliette, la doyenne de la rue Bordeaux' which took place in Montreal between 1989 and 1992. Also included in this collection is a text entitled 'Vieillir hier et aujourd'hui' (Aging yesterday and today), which Tanguay-Collette researched with the help of a group of children in the 6th grade class of École Saint-Michel de Sillery. Led by Tanguay-Collette, the students of École Saint-Michel de Sillery met with seniors in Quebec City County and later transcribed the meetings. These files were used to research and write the creator's master's thesis 'Aging Today'.
STEM Field
Social science
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
The fonds consists of two booklets, Sisters of St. Martha Golden Anniversary: 50 Years of Service, 1929-1979, and The Mineral Springs Hospital and the Sisters of St. Martha: Fifty Years of Service, 1930-1980 (text by Jon Whyte, assisted by Sister Mary Alberta and Sister Lilian Mandryk of the Hospital's administration); two short articles on the Mineral Springs Hospital; and the program for the 20th Anniversary Homecoming of the Lethbridge Community College School of Nursing (1991). The booklets trace the Order's history and association with St Michael's Hospital School of Nursing, the Lethbridge Community College School of Nursing, and the Mineral Springs Hospital in Banff.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
The fonds of the Society comprises records made and received in the course of administering the organization and carrying out its functions and programs. Geographically, SCWIST activities centre primarily on British Columbia. Activities documented include Annual General Meetings and monthly Executive Board meetings; administration of the Resource Centre; funding and financial management; liaison with other bodies; conferences and networking events; educational outreach programs; advisory work; advocacy and public relations. Records include constitution and by-laws; meeting agendas and minutes; correspondence; financial summaries and reports; presentations, reports and briefs; handbooks, manuals and publications; photographs; and audio recordings of Society conferences and workshops.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
The fonds documents the founding, operations and organizational changes of the Society of Chemical Industry. The fonds also contains photographs documenting various activities and people associated with the Society.
STEM Field
Chemistry
Hosting Institution
University of Northern British Columbia
Description
Collection consists of 1 document on lichens entitled 'Common Lichen of the Prince George Area and Their Importance to Caribou,' prepared by Susan Stevenson for Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited, British Columbia Fish and Wildlife Branch.
STEM Field
Biology
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
This fonds contains material relating to the SWAP group from its formation in 1976 until 2008 and is mostly textual along with some electronic records. It contains administrative records such as meeting minutes, correspondence and financial records and reports as well as member award nominations and SWAP Institute conferences.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
University of Saskatchewan
Description
This fonds contains records mainly related to Sylvia’s time as Lieutenant Governor, with correspondence, invitations, clippings, photographs and memorabilia. It also includes documents from her career as a physicist including correspondence, notes, and clippings. Clippings, photographs, and correspondence relating to Sylvia’s involvement in sports is included – predominantly curling and golf, but also fishing, baseball, basketball, and track and field. There is extensive photography and other materials documenting her travels around the world, as well as gatherings with friends and family.
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Physics
Hosting Institution
Library and Archives Canada
Description
Fonds consists of general correspondence, newsletters, subject files, meetings, and membership and material regarding the Canadian Committee on Agricultural Engineering.
STEM Field
Agriculture
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains materials relating to The Wellesley Hospital, The Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing, and The Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association and has been divided into sous-fonds to reflect this.
STEM Field
Nursing
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
Fonds consists of records made or received by Thelma Finlayson. Records reflect Professor Finlayson's research interests, teaching activities, administrative service to SFU, and participation in scholarly organizations. Includes correspondence, referee reports, lecture schedules, midterm exams, final exams, marking schemes, laboratory lessons, newsletters, agendas, publications, press releases, newspaper clippings, drawings and graphs.
STEM Field
Biology
Hosting Institution
University of Montreal
Description
This fonds provides information on Thérèse Gouin-Décarie's career and professional activities. The fonds contains the doctoral thesis and academic and honorary degrees of Thérèse Gouin-Décarie and a diploma awarded to Léon-Mercier Gouin, reprints, articles and newspaper clippings, correspondence, course notes, examinations, research sheets and conference texts delivered by Mme Gouin-Décarie. It also contains an autograph booklet including a drawing by Jean Cocteau and an autograph by Jean Gabin. The fonds also contains session files of the Council of Universities, documents of scientific societies in Canada, the United States and Europe and documents testifying to Ms. Gouin-Décarie's participation on various committees. A sound recording 'Aujourd'hui la science' and video recordings and photographic documents complete the collection.
STEM Field
Psychology
Hosting Institution
City of Vaughan Archives
Description
Fonds constituted of minute books from 1977 to 1997 which record the decisions of executive and district annual meetings, membership lists, lists of meetings held, cash expenditures, financial statements, records of attendance, and lists of officers and directors. Fonds also contains six Tweedsmuir Village Histories which consist of photos, biographies, newspaper clippings, stories and first-hand accounts, a history of the Thornhill Women’s Institute from 1902-1975, meeting minutes for 1976-1989, histories of local churches, schools and other properties, branch contributions, membership lists, 19th century maps, a history of Thornhill from 1794-1942, and a drawing of the Erland Lee Homestead in Stoney Creek where the Women’s Institute began. Home and Country Newsletters (the official newsletter of the Federated Women’s Institute of Ontario) from 1955-1987 are included as well as various food and nutrition guides and recipe booklets issued by the Nutrition Sections of the Women’s Institute Branch, Home Economics Service, and the Ontario Department of Agriculture. Fonds also contains an undated photo album of the Thornhill Women’s Institute as well as two published books on the history of the Women’s Institute and a book on Queen Elizabeth, H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, and their children. Working copies of G. Elmore Reaman’s monograph, A History of Vaughan Township, are also contained within the fonds. Microfilm contains branch minute books delineating deliberations and decisions of the institute; minute books include integral directories of officers and directors, lists of members, dues registers, cash books, and annual financial statements; also includes miscellaneous separate dues register volumes. Branch minute book for 28 April 1977 - 18 March 1982 also available, but only in microform, as original is still in custody of Thornhill Women's Institute. First volume of minute books is missing.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
Fonds consists of a scrapbook started by the Class President of the 1946 September Class, Margaret Smith, as well as a letter to the UHN Archives from class member Joyce Kinslow, outlining the origins of the scrapbook. The scrapbook was originally kept in a binder. Ms. Smith kept the scrapbook up to date for a span of 60 years by having a page or pages dedicated to each graduate. Graduates would send pictures and notes to Margaret throughout the years for inclusion on their page in the scrapbook. The scrapbook would be shared and updated at class reunions and subsequently came to be held by Joyce Kinslow. Affixed to the pages of the scrapbook are photographs, letters, typed and handwritten entries, business cards, announcements, newspaper clippings, obituaries, menus for official gatherings, and a commemorative booklet, The Nurses’ Alumnae Association of the Toronto Western Hospital’s Diamond Jubilee 1898-1958.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University Health Network
Description
Series consists of various records created and maintained by the TWH School of Nursing and the Atkinson School of Nursing at the TWH, and of photographs depicting School staff, students, facilities and activities. The series is divided into six sub-series: TW 5-1 Annual reports to Ontario Department of Health/ College of Nurses of Ontario, TW 5-2 Monthly/ quarterly reports to Ontario Department of Health, TW 5-3 General administrative files, TW 5-4 Photographs, TW 5-5 Scrapbooks, TW 5-6 Yearbooks
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Fonds consists of records documenting the personal, professional, and public life of Dr. Ursula Franklin, physicist, engineer, materials scientists, pacifist and feminist. Records document Dr. Franklin’s early life and career, later employment by the University of Toronto, awards and honorary degrees, teaching, research process and output, publishing activities, travel, service on national scientific boards, work with the CBC, peace work with the Quakers and Voice of Women, as well as other advocacy and activism. A series of chronological files documents Dr. Franklin’s speeches, talks and attendance at a variety of academic and community events. Fonds also includes a significant amount of correspondence with colleagues, family, friends, fellow activists and ordinary citizens, as well as electronic copies of more than 575 pages of surveillance of Dr. Franklin by the RCMP. One series also documents a wide range of matters at the University of Toronto relating to Massey College, Museum Studies, the SLOWPOKE Reactor, and other matters. Yet another series documents Dr. Franklin’s involvement with the Ursula Franklin Academy. Records include day planners, notebooks, correspondence, publications, news clippings, reports, drafts, research data and notes, background material, photographs, sound and moving image recordings and some copies of government documents and records.
STEM Field
Engineering
Metallurgy
Physics
Hosting Institution
University of Ottawa
Description
The collection of documents represents the work that Valerie Overend carried out in order to encourage girls and young women to embrace non-traditional careers. It offers insight into her advocacy work and the training she provided to women in trades, technology, science and engineering. This collection mainly consists of textual documents and videos. It includes publications, training programs, curricula, workshop materials, survey and reports, and essays.
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Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
Simon Fraser University
Description
The fonds of the Vancouver Women in Trades Association consists of records created and received in the course of administering the organization and providing support and advocacy for women working in trades and technology in the Vancouver area. Activities documented include annual and monthly meetings; office administration and funding; liaison with other groups; advisory work on vocational curricula; outreach projects; and advocacy around specific issues. Document types include constitution, minutes, correspondence, logbooks, worksheets, policy statements, briefs, reports, speeches, questionnaires, and photographs and illustrations. The fonds also contains published reference material, whose publication dates in some instances precede the foundation of the Association itself.
STEM Field
Trades and Technology
Hosting Institution
City of Vaughan Archives
Description
Fonds constituted of minute books, 1915-1982, delineating deliberations, decisions, and activities of the Vellore Women's Institute, as well as occasionally citing the names of members and officers; and Vellore Tweedsmuir history (present in original and microform). Main topical subjects addressed in the latter include: Vellore Women's Institute and its contribution to welfare and development of the community; general community history including geography and topography of the locale; municipal government; agriculture; architecture; education; trade and commerce; histories of individual farms and families; religion; experiences of the community in Canada's wars including names of volunteers in both conflicts; the Vellore Literary Society; the Vellore Band; transcribed reminiscences of such individuals as Mrs. Ann Davidson, and Elizabeth Ann Snider; (extensive coverage of Rutherford Barn Raising, 1929; as well as history of hamlet of Teston; and Purpleville School (S.S #11). The 2002 accrual consists of the papers from the Woodbridge Agricultural Fair and the Canadian Association of Exhibitions; minute books of the Vellore Women’s Institute; financial statements; annual reports from 1912-1992; Home and Country Newsletters from 1936-1994; Junior Farmers news and memorabilia; Toronto and Vaughan maps from 1961-1983; Vaughan newspapers from 1935-1979; community posters and pamphlets from 1884-1997; pamphlets regarding home economics, health, education, culture, agriculture, and the Canadian industry; proposals and resolutions put forth by the branch and the parent organization; cemetery plot indexes for Purpleville, Kleinburg, Langstaff, and Sherwood; reports and studies from the Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee; handbooks and manuals; song books; York West District Women’s Institute and Vellore Women’s Institute programs from 1897-1988; Vaughan Township Annual Rural School Fair programs from 1920-1939; insurance policies and procedures; certificates; conference programs; officers and membership lists; stamps and insignias; Tweedsmuir history research; death certificates and burial permits from 1900-1981; a copy of A History of Vaughan Township: The Pioneer Era 1794-1840; a CD with 42 historical pictures of Nashville ON; and photographs and postcards showing the members of the Institute as well as the streets, houses, farms and families of historic Vaughan Township.
STEM Field
Home Economics
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Mrs Vera Gingras reviews her days as a student at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary and her work experience at St Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge and St. Vincent's Hospital, Pincher Creek. Nursing practices during the wartime shortages of 1944-1945 are described. Mrs Gingras records her observations on the changes in medical/nursing/patient relationships, in medication and procedures, and in nurses' professional and union activities, that have taken place during her career.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
Biographical files, photographs, correspondence, drafts of addresses, research notes, manuscripts and articles documenting Dr. Vera Peter's career as a medical researcher and a pioneer in the treatment of Hodgkin's disease and breast cancer.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of Vera's certificates, programs, insurance bulletins, Parpass advertisements, and photographs of herself and Dominion Life events; and Mary's certificates, service records, photographs of student nurses (1913), extensive photographs of nursing in France (1915), photographs of the royal visit to the Colonel Belcher Hospital (1951), and views of herself, friends and holidays.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Glenbow Museum
Description
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, invitations and programs, pamphlets, and newsclippings. Includes photos of nurses and baby clinics.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
This fonds contains a paper and journal articles written by Vivian Caplan, both regarding computer assisted instruction.
STEM Field
Physiology
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains papers, reports, articles, book chapters, correspondence, and a book written by Wendy Cukier. Majority of the topics relate to Information Technology and Telecommunications.
STEM Field
Information technology
Hosting Institution
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
Description
Fonds pertains to Winnie MacLeod and nursing at the Mineral Springs Hospital.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Provincial Archives of Alberta
Description
Mrs Winnie Shandro describes her career in public health nursing, not in chronological order, but in the order that her lively memory decided. She describes the professional relationships between doctors and nurses and the bad behaviour of some doctors toward nurses. One of their first tasks at the East Central Health Unit was to restore discipline to both professions and to improve relations between the public health service and the local hospital. Her main focus is on the health services she offered to the Indian Reserves and the Métis settlements and to Native patients in the Yukon and in northern Alberta. She had good relations with, and respect for, the military medical crews in the Yukon and CFB Cold Lake, Alberta. Mrs Shandro's career covered over 50 years of nursing service.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
University of Northern British Columbia
Description
Fonds consists of 1 copy of a typed transcript featuring Winnifred Emily Warner Russell (née Large) being interviewed by her daughter Bev Christensen. Content of transcript includes the topics of nursing training in Vernon (1923-26) and nursing in Grace Hospital in Vancouver, and General Hospitals in Prince George, Prince Rupert, and Smithers up until 1957.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The collection is comprised of records related to Woman's Medical College and the Ontario Medical College for Women. The collection consists of correspondence and a copy of the 1905 Torontonensis (University of Toronto yearbook).
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Ryerson University
Description
Fonds contains records related to the Women in Engineering Committee and the Discover Engineering camps offered through the committee.
STEM Field
Engineering
Hosting Institution
University of Toronto
Description
For information, contact the host institution. 
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of the records of the Women's College Hospital Board of Directors dating from 1899-2015. The fonds contains minutes of the Women's College Hospital board of directors meetings and board committee meetings, board correspondence, hospital by-laws, board membership lists, annual reports, annual meeting minutes, early board fundraising campaign records and publications, board orientation manuals and hospital event records, including invitations, programs and guest books.
STEM Field
Medicine
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
The fonds consists of the records of the Women's College Hospital School of Nursing. The fonds is arranged into 15 series and contains graduation ceremony invitations, ceremony programmes, yearbooks, minutes, brochures, informational handouts, certificates, lecture notes, policies, newsletters and histories.
STEM Field
Nursing
Hosting Institution
Women's College Hospital
Description
This collection contains the records of graduates of the Women's College Hospital School of Nursing. In addition to material related to their training at the School of Nursing, the collection also includes information related to missionary work and military service. The collection consists primarily of textual records, but it includes a small number of photographs and artefacts. The collection is arranged into 56 series. Individual series are named with the convention of using the married name of the individual plus the maiden name and class year in parentheses.
STEM Field
Nursing
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