Bishop Hellmuth Library Catalogue
This is a hand written list of titles contained in Bishop Hellmuth's (1817-1901) personal library. It was purchased by Barnett in 1895, at the sale of the Bishop's library, as stated in Barnett's inscription in the book. Bishop Isaac Hellmuth was the Founder of Huron College, Hellmuth Boys'...
In Cap and Gown student journal
Issues of journal started by the Western University Literary Society that eventually becomes student newspaper, the University of Western Ontario Gazette.
John Davis Barnett fonds
J. Davis Barnett (1846-1926) was an engineer with the Grand Trunk Railway in Canada. He also built a huge library on his many interests and was a noted bibliophile. His library and archives were donated to Western Libraries in 1918, with him acting as our first 'librarian' cataloguing his own...
Kathleen McIntyre Diaries
Two diaries (1922-1926) that concern McIntyre as a young woman, her training as a nurse , and first employment as a nurse at a hospital in Albany, NY.
London and Surrounding Area Records
Contains records created by individuals, families, and organizations created in or related to London and the surrounding area.
Lucy Harris Travel Diary 1897
This diary forms part of the extensive John and Amelia Harris Family fonds held by the Archives and Special Collections. George Harris, Lucy (his wife), and children Ronald and Milly go on extended World Tour in 1897-1898. This is the only travel diary of Lucy Harris where she chronicles their...
Nettie McNaughton Jones Family World War One Letters
Letters 1915-1918 mainly sent to Nettie and other family members from her brother Pte. John Oliver McNaughton, cousin Sgt. John Alexander (Jack) McNaughton and her friend, Pte. David Henry Radcliffe. Review the finding aid for Nettie McNaughton-Jones fonds for more information...
Contains records created by Western University.
Indigenous records for the Chippewas of Sarnia (now known as Aamjiwnaang First Nation) are held within the Wawanosh Sands Mern Family fonds. They were band Chiefs in the 19th and early 20th century.