Our Collections

Ingenium Library and Archives is working continuously to make new materials available on Digital Archives. For the moment, images are available from the following collections:
 

mattingly

Aubrey Mattingly Transportation Collection

Aubrey Mattingly photographed and collected photographs of the rail networks in Ontario and Quebec from the late 1920s to 1983. The Collection includes black and white as well as colour prints and negatives. There are also colour and monochrome postcards and colour slides.

CN Images of the Canada Collection

CN Images of Canada Collection

The CN Images of Canada Collection consists of 100,000+ photographs (prints, negatives and transparencies) that record the development of Canadian National as it operated freight and passenger trains, hotels and resorts, ferry services and ocean steamships, and telecommunications.

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hawker siddeley fonds

Hawker Siddeley fonds

Hawker Siddeley, a British manufacturer, bought Victory Aircraft of Malton, Ontario, from the Canadian Government in 1945. It was renamed A.V. Roe Canada. The company developed or built the CF-100 Canuck, the C-102 Jetliner, and the CF-105 Arrow, among others.

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hudson

Hudson Strait Expedition Fonds

The fonds consists of photograph albums created by members of the Hudson Strait Expedition.  The images document their mission to determine if the Hudson Strait could be used as an economical way of shipping grain to Europe.

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Ken Molson fonds

Ken Molson fonds

Ken Molson (1916-1996) learned to fly at Curtiss-Reid Flying School in Cartierville while he was a student at McGill University in Montreal.

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medical

Medical Sensations

This group of scans from our collection of medical trade literature and rare books was selected a compliment to the "Surgical Touch" section in the Canada Science and Technology Museum’s exhibition Medical Sensations.

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nmst

National Museum of Science and Technology Photograph series

This series consists of photographs or slides collected or created by the National Museum of Science and Technology over the years 1967 to 1997.

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Trade Literature Collection

Trade Literature Collection

The Canada Science and Technology Museum’s Library and Archives holds more than 40,000 pieces of trade literature, dating from the mid-1800’s to the present.

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