This community includes digital collections produced by members of the Queen’s community, as well as digital special collections made available via W.D. Jordan Rare Books & Special Collections.

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  • Contemporary Book Arts in Eastern Ontario 

    Special Collections Staff (2013-03-01)
    Library Exhibit, 1 March - 31 May, 2013 Opening Reception: Thursday, 7 March, 5:00pm - 6:30pm. Contributing Artists: Hugh Barclay, Wendy Cain, Rebecca Cowan, Holly Dean, Roberta Heubener, Mary Kritz, Margaret ...
  • Charles Dickens at 200 

    Special Collections Staff (2012-04-02)
    Charles Dickens at 200 Library Exhibit, 2 April - 31 December, 2012 Queen's Special Collections joins the global celebration of the man and his great achievements by showing some of the treasures in its rare and valuable ...
  • Catherine Parr Traill, Jessie Roy and Annie Boyd - Early Canadian Botantists 

    Crowder, Adele (2001-11)
    The W. D. Jordan Special Collections & Music Library and The Fowler Herbarium at Queen's University, are pleased to present an exhibit & lecture relating to three early Canadian botanists - Catherine Parr Traill, Jessie ...
  • Bookbindings in Paper and Cloth, 1800 - 1925 

    Lock, Margaret (2004-03-03)
    This exhibition featured both utilitarian and quality bindings. Most were publishers’ bindings or edition bindings; that is, one of many copies of the same title given an identical binding by the publisher. Modern book ...
  • Bible through the Ages: an exhibit to honour Dr. Fraikin, Queen's University Theological College 

    Special Collections Staff (2002-12-06)
    Bible Through the Ages Library Exhibit, 6 December 2002 - 26 January 2003 On display are selected items from the Jordan Library's collection of about 1200 Bibles, representing many historically significant versions. ...
  • A Selection of Gifts to Special Collections from Queen's Alumni 

    Special Collections Staff (2001-09)
    A Selection of Gifts to Special Collections from Queen's Alumni Libary Exhibit, September - October 2001 Presented for Homecoming Weekend, September 2001, this exhibition is one way of saying, “Thank you” to all our ...
  • A Dickensian Holiday 

    Sparks, Jillian (2015-12-16)
    A Dickensian Holiday, Dec. 16 – Jan 4, 2016 A Christmas Carol is arguably Charles Dickens best Christmas story, but he wrote several other Christmas stories including two more novellas: The Chimes and A Cricket by ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1910-1911) 

    Unknown author (1910)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1909-1910) 

    Unknown author (1909)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1908-1909) 

    Unknown author (1908)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1907-1908) 

    Unknown author (1907)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1906-1907) 

    Unknown author (1906)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1905-1906) 

    Unknown author (1905)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1904-1905) 

    Unknown author (1904)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1903-1904) 

    Unknown author (1903)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1902-1903) 

    Unknown author (1902)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1901-1902) 

    Unknown author (1901)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1900-1901) 

    Unknown author (1900)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1899-1900) 

    Unknown author (1899)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...
  • Queen's University Journal (1898-1899) 

    Unknown author (1898)
    The Journal has been Queen's main student newspaper since it was founded in 1873. It appears twice a week on campus with a mix of news, sports, and entertainment stories, editorials, letters to the editor, and photographs. ...

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