Queen's Archives is pleased to announce that we are digitizing early academic calendars. General calendars from 1845-1912, and calendars for the Faculties of Arts 1912-1957, Applied Science 1893-1950, Commerce 1919-1952, Medicine 1856-1950, and the Women's Medical College 1883-1893 will be unavailable to researchers for the month of February while they are being digitized. Please check back soon when we will announce the new online location for these resources.
5th Annual Geraldine Grace and Maurice Alvin McWatters Visiting Fellowship
Commencing 1 January 2017, Queen’s University Archives will no longer accept cash payments for any reproduction services over $5.00. Any such payments can only be made by cheque (made payable to “Queen’s University Archives”); VISA: MasterCard; or American Express. For those reproduction charges of $5.00 or under, please place monies in the ‘Donation Box’ located at the Reference Desk. For more information on our reprographics prices, please visit our Price List page.
34th Annual Queen's University Archives Lecture
Queen's University Archives, Queen's Picture Collection V28 B-OldMed-11
Please be advised that, starting Monday 26 September 2016, Kathleen Ryan Hall will be getting a new roof. During this time, even though the building will be surrounded by scaffolding to support the repairs, Queen's Archives will remain open to the public for our regular operating hours.
Please be reminded that the deadline for submissions to the 5th Annual Geraldine Grace and Maurice Alvin McWatters Visiting Fellowship is Friday, 2 September 2016, at 4:30 p.m. EST. Details surrounding the application, and a copy of the application form itself, are available on the QUA website at http://archives.queensu.ca/about-archives/geraldine-grace-and-maurice-alvin-mcwatters-visiting-fellowship.
In Memoriam: Charles Beer, Queen's First University Archivist
Queen’s University Archives wishes to offer sincere condolences to the family of Edwin Charles Beer on his recent passing. Charles Beer was the first archivist at Queen’s, taking up that role in 1960. He moved on to Dartmouth College in 1966 to undertake a three-year post as Associate Director of the Daniel Webster Papers Project.
Queen's University Archives will be closed for two weeks, from the 2nd to the 12th of August 2016. The Archives will reopen to researchers on 15 August.
4th Annual Geraldine Grace and Maurice Alvin McWatters Visiting Fellowship
33rd Annual Queen's University Archives Lecture
Queen’s University Archives is pleased to announce that Dr. Hugh Grant will be presenting the 33rd Annual Queen’s University Archives Lecture, “W.A. Mackintosh and the Folly of World War I."
This year’s lecture will take place: