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"A new equation had to be found:" The emergence of St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Catholic Secondary School

Item is a student oral history project containing research ethics forms, oral history consent forms, transcripts, interview summaries, newspaper clippings, photographs of the exterior and interior of the school building, as well as a report, bibliography, and a CD containing videos, photographs, and a presentation.

2004-2005 Student projects - Volume I: North Bay

Item is a bound collection of student projects which is arranged into three sections: Database projects (includes "General documents of the land registry" by Rob Shields and Scott McInnis, "North Bay land registry project" by Lisa Bell, and "French families in North Bay" by Carol Russell), Buildings and Monuments (includes "Empire building project" by Paul Servos, "Gateway to North Bay's monuments" by Anna daSilva"), and Communities and community groups (includes "The Italian community of North Bay" by Christine Orlando, "The Indians of Nipissing Land Reserve Number 10" by Carolyn Stone, and "The Orange Order and its early history in North Bay" by John Sawdon). Item also includes an introduction, appendices, and 2 CDs and 1 DVD containing interview recordings, photographs, presentations, and spreadsheets relating to the student projects.

2006-2007 Student projects - Volume I: Geneaology

Item is a bound collection of student projects including: "The life and times of John William Deegan" by Kara Stopper, "Genealogy narrative of J.W. Richardson" by Theresa Parise, "Robert Rankin: A genealogical narrative" by Lea Palfrey, "Patrick M. Bourke: A genealogical narrative" by Megan Ridley, and "Early pioneers of North Bay: The Milne Family" by Kendall Burtch. Also includes a CD containing photographs, documents, and presentations relating to the projects.

2006-2007 Student projects - Volume II: General projects

Item is a bound collection of student projects including: "Cold War kinship: Military culture in North Bay" by Colin Archbell, "The diversity of North Bay during the boom years" by Brent Campbell, "Municipal politics in North Bay" by Krystal Forsythe, "St. Andrew's Women's Association and their contribution to World War Two" by Allison Hunt, "Teacher education in North Bay: The transition years" by Allison Linney, "Dear Santa: Letters to Santa Claus, 1933" by Natalie Priest, "North Bay and the Depression: How the City survived" by Nathaniel Smith, and "A pretty little wedding in June: Weddings in North Bay, 1930-1935" by Amy Toms. Item also includes a CD containing scanned documents, photographs, video recordings of interviews, presentations, and spreadsheets.

Cold War society: North Bay in the shadow of NORAD

Item is a student oral history project that examines the impact that the establishment of the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) facility had on North Bay. The project contains an ethics application, oral history consent forms, transcripts, interview summaries, a report, and a CD containing videos, photographs, and presentations.

Community history projects (HIST 4375) - 2004-2005

File contains student projects from the course HIST 4375 (Community History: Approaches, Sources and Methods) which contain reports, oral history consent forms, and interview notes. Projects include: "Early Mattawa Project" by Heather Barkley, "North Bay land registry project" by Lisa Bell, an untitled project about monuments in North Bay, an untitled project about the Empire Hotel by Paul Servos, "The Italian community of North Bay" by Christine Orlando, "The Orange Order and its early history in North Bay" by John Sawdon, and an untitled report about Aboriginal land ownership on Nipissing Land Reserve #10 by Carolyn Stone.

Database

File documents the administration of the ICSOH's accession database. File contains a protocol relating to the acceptance of new submissions, web page view statistics, a task list, correspondence, notes, and an inventory of interview recordings.

Donated projects

File contains three student oral history projects donated to the ICSOH, as well as articles and clippings donated by Doug Mackey. The student projects are "The family tree and other tales of wood: A perspective of forestry and opportunity through two generations in Northern Ontario" by Joel Young, "An even dozen: An oral history about Rosemary McKinnon" by Karen Graham, and "North Bay Normal School : 1935-1953" by Heather Dunn.

General forms and surveys

File contains oral history consent forms, release forms, and forms from a survey of North Bay Normal School reunion attendees. File is divided into three sections: Association for Community Living consents, Normal School consents, and general consents.

HIST 4375 - Local history projects

File contains 8 student projects from HIST 4375 (Community History: Approaches, Sources and Methods). Reports include: "A Pretty Little Wedding in June: Weddings in North Bay, 1930-1935" by Amy Toms, "North Bay and the Depression: How the City survived" by Nathanial Smith, "Dear Santa: Letters to Santa Claus, 1933" by Natalie Priest, "Teacher education in North Bay: The transition years" by Allison Linney, "The Diversity of North Bay during the boom years" by Brent Campbell, "Cold War kinship: Military cultures North Bay and abroad" by Colin Archbell, "St. Andrew's Woman's Association and their contribution to World War Two" by Allison Hunt, and "Municipal politics in North Bay" by Krystle Forsythe.

Institute of Community Studies and Oral History fonds

  • CA ON00408 F046
  • Fonds
  • 1886-2009, predominant 2003-2009

Fonds consists of local history materials about North Bay and the Near North area that were collected or created by the Institute for Community Studies and Oral History (ICSOH) including: oral history recordings, student projects, archival records, publications, and ephemera. The fonds also documents some of the ICSOH's activities as a research institute including outreach, the organization of conferences and other events, and its administration.

Fonds is arranged into four sub-series: Events and outreach, minutes, oral and community history research collection, and student projects.

Nipissing University. Institute for Community Studies and Oral History

Normal School res[earch?]

File documents Francoise Noel's interviews of North Bay Normal School alumni at their class reunion at Nipissing University. File contains news clippings, correspondence, interview notes (?), and copies of photographs (of the class of 1952-1953) and an itinerary from a 1953 class trip to Ottawa that were likely donated by alumni.

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