J.M.S. Careless History Club Archival Collection
This is a small collection relating to the history and activities of the J.M.S. Careless History Club at King’s, and consists of typical archival material: constitution, correspondence, speakers’ biographies, executive meeting notes, budgetary and financial data, membership lists, etc. The Club’s mandate has been to organize a lecture series focused on historical topics of interest to students at King’s. The club was named in honour of Canadian historian James Maurice Stockford Careless (1919- ), long-time professor at the University of Toronto, friend and mentor of a number of King’s history professors over the years, and a frequent speaker at events held by the College’s History Club.
Location: Archival Storage
Extent: 7 cm. of textual record + 1 video
Finding aid: no