Archives

A glimpse into our history

The AMS unveiled a 40-piece collection of framed archival photographs distributed throughout the JDUC.Continue...

A grave history

When someone’s buried six feet under, it’s assumed they’re dead and gone.Continue...

Kathleen Ryan Hall: ‘the paths of which we have come’

It was the opening ceremony of Kathleen Ryan Hall on May 14, 1982. Principal Ronald Watts stood onstage in the old Medical Quadrangle behind Summerhill while a string quartet performed. The speeches, music, and light wind of that afternoon are captured on one cassette tape, kept carefully in the building its audio commemorates.Continue...

Queen's LGBTQ+ Archives aim to preserve historical records

In the fifty years following the Stonewall riots, the LGBTQ+ community has been advocating for acceptance. Some Queen’s archivists want to make sure those steps aren’t forgotten.Continue...

Queen's Homecoming: 90 Years in 90 Seconds

A look back through the years of Queen's Homecoming celebrations.Continue...

A Decade of Editorials

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Social histories get a voice

For the past eight months, CFRC and Queen’s Archives have been collaborating on a revitalization of the Archives’ “Speaking Stones” website guide to the social history of Kingston.Continue...