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Archival digitization

Archival digitization

[photos of five Queen's Review covers from 1927 to 1983]

Thanks to the Queen’s University Archives Digitization Fund, back issues of the Queen’s Alumni Review – going back to 1927 – are now available online. Previous phases of the digitization project added issues of the Queen’s Journal (from 1873 to 1974); student registers and academic calendars (from 1841 to 1906); and early Queen’s College, Women’s Medical College, and faculty calendars. The most recent phase adds on the Queen’s Alumni Review (up to 1989), Queen’s yearbooks, and principal’s reports, as well as more recent issues of the Queen’s Journal.

The Queen’s University Archives Digitization Fund was established through a generous donation from the Burleigh family. The fund’s initial priority was the digitization of the collection of genealogical materials of Dr. Herbert Clarence Burleigh, MD 1927. Since the completion of that project, the fund has enabled the Archives to process, digitize, and make publicly available online and free of charge, vital university records held by Queen's University Archives.

Explore these resources at archives.queensu.ca.

[cover image of the Queen's Alumni Review issue 1, 2020, showing two women]