|2||Edmison, J Alex||
Dates: 1690s to 1990s, chiefly 1920s to 1970s
Fonds consists of correspondence, ephemera and photographs relating to the career of J. Alexander Edmison from childhood through a remarkable series of careers.
Access Points: Edmison (family); Edmison, J. Alex (1903–1980); Edmison, the Rev J. H. (1857–1928); Edmison, Alice (1915–2002); Criminology; Taylor Statten Camps; Camp Ahmek; Trent University; Queen’s University; Jarvis Collegiate; YMCA; World War II; Hyde Park, Speakers’ Corner; Peterborough; Grove, Lakefield College; National Parole Board; Jack Bilbo; Criminology Centre, University of Ottawa
The fonds consists of the working files and drawings of J.P. Cahorn Engineering, which are arranged chronologically and alphabetically and filed according to his project numbers, which start with the year (although there are some conflicts in his system). They include information from other sources. He acted as a consultant on a variety of very different sites and/or buildings, mostly in the City of Peterborough but also throughout Peterborough County and beyond. Most of his work was related to structural engineering of new and existing sites and buildings for residential, industrial and commercial projects. He dealt with small and large projects, from someone’s garage addition to a 4-story condominium building. He consulted for residents, businesses, industries, cities, townships and public organizations. His approach to projects was always diligent, thorough, and consistent.
Access Points: Norwood; Collingwood; YMCA; All Saints Church, Peterborough; Millbrook; Hope Sawmill, Lang; Ennismore; 40 Auburn St. Condominium Building; Campbellford; Indusmin; Peterborough Club; Bobcaygeon; Peterborough Courthouse; Omemee; Nephton; Buckhorn; Warsaw
Fonds consists of the papers of Peter Adams relating to his work at McGill & Trent Universities, in the community and as an Ontario MPP and federal MP from Peterborough.
B. Community Initiatives, Programmes, Campaigns
C. Political Life
Access Points: Peterborough, Ontario; Trent University Geography Department; Peterborough Collegiate Institute; St. John’s Church; Peterborough Historical Society; Peterborough Politics; Provincial Government; Federal Government; Canadian Arctic
|630||Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School||
Dates: January 11, 1960 to April 11, 1960
Fonds consists of seven issues of PoCket VerSion, a newspaper published by students from the Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational school. The issues date from January 11, 1960 to April 11, 1960 and are numbers 1-7 of volume 10. The newspaper includes information about activities happening in the school, interviews with students and staff, editorials, reviews and advertisements for local events and local businesses.
Access Points: Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School; Adam Scott Collegiate and Vocational Institute; Sandy’s Department Store; Black’s Department Store; Empress Pharmacy; Rendezvous Restaurant; YMCA; CHEX Television; Peterborough Theatres
|898||YMCA Friday Night Club|