Events, places, and individuals associated with the career of Eugene Forsey as Director of Research and Special Project Director for the Canadian Labour Congress, and as a member of the Senate of Canada.. The following events are documented: tidal wave disaster, Newfoundland, 1929; Fourth World Congress of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Vienna, 1955; investiture of Eugene Forsey as a member of the Order of Canada, Ottawa, 1969; Queen Elizabeth II opening Parliament, Ottawa, ca. 1970-1979; visit of the Prince of Wales to the Senate of Canada, n.d.; Convocation at Trent University, Peterborough, Ont., 1975; inaugural meeting of the Canadian Club, Medicine Hat, Alta., 1976; Sixth Baltic Evening dinner, Ottawa (?), 1978; Eugene Forsey speaking at the opening of the Bytown Museum, Ottawa, 1979; United Empire Loyalists dinner, Ottawa, 1979; Eugene Forsey with Jeanne Sauvé and Brian Mulroney after being sworn in as a member of the Privy Council, 1985; Eugene Forsey visiting CFRN-TV, Edmonton, Alta., n.d.; Eugene Forsey with labour leaders at Club Whitesands, Lake Catchacoma, Ont., n.d.; Eugene Forsey speaking with high-school students, Scarborough, Ont., n.d.; Canadian Labour Congress meeting, Ottawa, n.d.; Eugene Forsey at the Forum for Young Canadians at Tony German's home, Chelsea, Que., n.d.; Commonwealth Parliamentary Association meeting, Charlottetown, P.E.I., n.d., The following places are documented: Grand Bank, St. John's, Nfld.; Ottawa, St. Catharines, Ont.; Lake Louise, Alta.; Esquimault, B.C.; Chapultepec, Mexico; Kiev, Ukraine; Mysore, India., The following individuals are documented: Sir Robert Bond, Ardoin, Mildred, Charlotte and Louise Casgrain; Eugene and Harriet Forsey; Nancy Hatheway Hazen; Curt Heidenreich; Mr. and Mrs. James; Pauline McGibbon; Phiroz and Silvia Mehta; Rose Patten; Don and Nancy Ross; Jason Travers; Xenia Woolner., Photos by unknown photographers and by the following: Andrews-Newton Photographers, Ottawa; Choate, Peterborough; Daniel Gagné; Geological Survey of Canada; S.J. Jarvis, Ottawa; Mike Kerr; Andy McDermott, Toronto; National Library of Canada, Ottawa; S.H. Parsons & Son, St. John's; K.V. Achyuta Rao, Mysore; Shawinigan Water & Power Co.; Van's Studio, Ottawa; Verlag des OGB, Vienna; C.B. Waite, Mexico City., graphic materials Proof etching entitled "Nocturne, Ottawa", 1939 and a reproduction of a painting of the "L.A. Dunton" (J.B. Forte & Sons, Grand Banks). Etching is by L.S. Russell.