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The Sisters of the Precious Blood fonds

  • CA ON00408 F054
  • Fonds
  • 2007

Fonds consists of a booklet created by the Sisters of the Precious Blood about the history of their monastery in North Bay.

The Sisters of the Precious Blood

The scribe

File contains the first two issues of The Scribe, a student magazine founded by Erin Bouman and Letlotlo Gariba which they described as "a collaborative youth effort to combat apathy in our own little community of North Bay."

The sash

Item is a colourful printed banner featuring a poem entitled "The Sash" beneath an illustration of King William III of England on horseback.

The old Woodburn schoolhouse

Item is a booklet containing poems and photographs, possibly created for the anniversary celebration of a school in Woodburn that Cummings attended.

The Northland Echo

File contains 15 yearbooks of the Algonquin Composite School/North Bay Collegiate Institute and Vocational School titled "The Northland Echo." The file contains yearbooks from: 1923, 1928-1929, 1933, 1936, 1939, 1940-1941, 1946-1949, 1954-1955, 1957, 1961-1962.

The Northern Patriot

Item is a wartime magazine "published by the Woman's Canadian Club for patriotic purposes." Magazine contains: articles about the war effort and local military units; an honour roll of local men serving in the armed forces; local news and sporting news; advertisements for local businesses; descriptions of local clubs, churches, schools; and excerpts of letters from servicemen and nurses.

The Northern Connection

Series documents Surtees' research for his book <i>The Northern Connection: Ontario Northland Since 1902</i> (published 1992), a history of the Ontario Northland Railway/Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway. Series is arranged into four subseries: interview audio recordings, interview files, maps and plans, and photographs. Series also contains other records created or collected by Surtees in the course of his research including correspondence, newspaper clippings, photocopies of archival records, Ontario Northland reports and newsletters, and ephemera.

The Nipissing University Review editorial board

File documents the work of the editorial board which oversaw the publication of the Nipissing University Review magazine. File is arranged into the following sections: reports; agendas, issues, minutes; review info; letters; and e-mail. File contains correspondence, minutes, agendas, and Editor's reports.

The Nipissing Drug Store fonds

  • CA ON00408 F047
  • Fonds
  • 1895-1933

Fonds documents the Nipissing Drug Store's filling of pharmaceutical prescriptions for customers. Fonds consists of prescription ledgers and one framed analytical chemistry certificate.

The Nipissing Drug Store

The monastery of the Sisters of the Precious Blood through the years

Item is a booklet featuring a "short photo history of the monastery of the Sisters of the Precious Blood" in North Bay. The booklet was created by the Sisters and was presented to the faculty and students of Nipissing University on 30 November 2007, presumably on the occasion of the monastery's purchase by Nipissing University. The booklet contains photographs and descriptions of the monastery's construction (beginning in 1961), its facilities, and grounds.

The Learning Library Campaign ephemera and memorabilia

File contains ephemera from the Learning Library Campaign, a fundraising campaign to support the construction of a new library. File contains brochures, an invitation to the grand opening, as well as a bookmark and magnetic lapel pin bearing the campaign's butterfly logo.

The Lac O'Connor Story

Item is a narrative history prepared by the Harris Learning Library's Data and Documents Coordinator Tom Power about a wartime rescue operation in Northern Quebec that inspired Ernest Gann's novel (and a subsequent John Wayne film) "Island in the Sky." The narrative history also covers a mineral exploration project by Fockler, his associates, and Inco that later took place in the same area. The history provides background and context for the other files and items in the series.

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