Fonds F 1095
1.1 metres of textual records
1 photo album (5 photographs)
1 architectural drawing
Fonds consists of the records of Alexander Herbert Douglas Ross. Fonds predominantly includes transcriptions of Ross's essays such as: The Canadian Society of Forest Engineers; High School Teachers; Inspectors and University Professors; A Canoe Trip to James Bay; Explorers of Canada; Queen's University Graduates and Alumni Arts Class of 1888; and Observations on the Bridges of the Falls of Chaudiere on the Ottawa River. In addition, fonds contains newspaper clippings and correspondence pertaining to Queen's University, military matters, and forestry.
Fonds also includes photographs of various classes at Queen's University, Kingston. Also included is a plan and brief rough specification of a bridge, at Chaudiere on the Ottawa River, signed by Colonel By, 1827.
Alexander Herbert Douglas Ross (fl. 1827-1945) was an M.A., M.F., surveyor, forester and author in Ontario.
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Title based on contents of the fonds.
Accession Number: 4233
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