Victoria Historical Collection

Series 9: Articles, lectures and poetry

Title

Articles, lectures and poetry

Dates of Creation

1863–1928

Extent

12 cm. of textual records

Scope and Content

Series consists of articles, lectures and poetry by Victoria staff, faculty and students, 1863–1928, on various topics, predominantly on religion and education.

Box/File List

Acc. No. Box File Title Date
2011.02V 9 22 “A Canadian’s Reply to Mr. Goldwin Smith on the Colonies” 1863
9 23 Correspondence about publication of book by Henry George Tomkins [189–]
9 24 Methodist Education in Canada by Rev. N. Burwash 1891
9 25 S.W.L. Stewart, lecture notes on Hamilton’s Metaphysics [18––?]
9 26 “What the World Owes to China” by C.T. Currelly [19–?]
10 1 Personal papers – Pelham Edgar? [19–?]
10 2 W.T. Brown article – “Three Ideals of Education” [19–?]
10 3 Two mms of Goldwin Smith (?) [1903?]
10 4 Notes on Canadian History by Prof. A.S. Cummings, Wesley College Winnipeg June 1926
10 5 “The Christian View of Suffering” by R.P. Bowles 1928
10 6 Address given by Professor C.B. Sissons at the Convocation of Arts of Victoria University Sept 28 1943
10 7 Poetry. “Understanding,” author unknown n.d.
10 8 Unidentified book of poetry n.d.
10 9 Poetry [various, unidentified] n.d.
10 10 Notes—What is Christianity n.d.
10 11 Philosophy Dept. Printed notes re: “Realism and Idealism” n.d.
10 12 Notebook containing sermons on church renewal (preached in Japan) and Christian perfectionism, unidentified n.d.
10 13 Part of unidentified mss. discussing public education n.d.
10 14 Paper, “A Discussion of [Ferral Perdineran?]” [very old] n.d.
10 15 Sermon notes of John William Fletcher n.d.