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Queen's University Library : political papers

File contains a typescript list of manuscript groups in the holdings of the Douglas Library Archives, Queen's University, which involve correspondence and papers of prominent Canadian political figures ca. 1775-1931. Also present is a typescript letter from E.C.Beer, Douglas Library Archivist to Gerald E. Boyce, 21 January 1965, concerning the list of holdings.

Rev. Robert McDowell, Presbyterian minister, 1768-1841

File contains a one-page printed Ontario Historical Society biography of Reverend Robert McDowell first regular Presbyterian Missionary to Upper Canada who served in the Bay of Quinte and Kingston areas from 1798 to 1841. Also contains a printed transcript of a memorial tablet commemorating the career of Reverend McDowall and his role as a founder of Queen's University.

Military photographs from World War I

  • CA ON00156 2017-58
  • Collection
  • 1916

Two photographs:

  1. Canadian Expeditionary Force, 155th O.S. Battalion at Barriefield, July 6, 1916 . A cropped version of the same image is available online here:
  2. Unidentified military unit standing on a large parade ground in an unnamed city, with a water tower in the background carrying an advertisement for Sweet Caporal Cigarettes. This image has been scanned and is available online at


File contains:

  • The Globe, Toronto, ,July 30, 1892, 4 pages of pictures and history of Kingston
  • The Globe Magazine, June 15, 1957, 5 pages of pictures of Fort Henry, Kingston
  • The Telegram, November 7, 1959, clipping: Kingston - City of Gracious Living
  • Globe & Mail, April 11, 1957, clipping - Historic Simcoe House now a pile of timbers
  • Intelligencer, May 15, 1957 - Holleford Crater at Kingston believed caused by meteor over 500,000,000 years ago
  • Pamphlets: Old Fort Henry, Kingston; The Cathedral Church of St. George, Kingston; Queen's University Visitors' Guide
  • two Maps of town of Kingston, 1815 [very small]
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