Originally Posted by joym
Once again thank you all for the suggestions. I will contact LAC after the long weekend and see what I can discover. Keeping my fingers crossed that the file was digitized!
Good luck, some info on visiting LAC for you and a link:
Retrievals and Consultation
Most of our collection must be consulted onsite at 395 Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa. Documents must remain in the consultation rooms.
Ordering materials before your visit will make your trip more efficient, since our documents are stored in closed-stack areas open only to Library and Archives Canada (LAC) staff.
Lockers are available for short-term storage of documents. You can book a locker onsite from staff at a circulation desk on the third floor or in the “Additional Information” field when you order materials in advance.
Our Research Tools will help you identify the material you wish to consult.
If you have any trouble finding what you need, please Ask Us a Question.
Onsite clients can request published material using the AMICUS OPAC catalogue, which is available through the public computers on the 2nd and 3rd floor. Retrievals usually take between two to three working hours. The waiting period may be longer if the requested materials are stored in another building.
Published material is delivered to the Pick-Up Shelves in the Textual Documents Consultation Room on the 3rd floor.
Textual Archival Records
Most of LAC’s archival documents are not stored at 395 Wellington Street.
Onsite clients can request textual archival records using the paper Request for Archival Material form. You can find copies of this form in the Textual Documents Consultation Room on the 3rd floor.
Retrieval of textual archival records usually takes between 24 and 48 hours. Requests are processed only during working hours
Documents are delivered to the Textual Documents Consultation Room on the 3rd floor, or to your locker by request
Certain documents are restricted. Please contact reference services for more details.
Self-service microform in the Microform Consultation Room (3rd floor) includes:
Archival material on microfilm
Select newspapers on microfilm
Self-service microform in the Reference Services Room (2nd floor) includes:
Reference books and sources