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CA ON00362 C61 · Fonds · 1854-1963, predominant 1854-1921

The collection consists of photographs; scrapbooks of correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings; monographs; poetry and prose; biographical information; and other material complied by and about Emily Stowe and Augusta Stowe Gullen. Material relates to their personal and professional lives, and the suffrage movement.

Sans titre
Stevens Family
Fonds · 1926

This fonds consists of one DVD copy of a VHS copy of a film, originally on 16mm.

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Gotthard Booth fonds
CA ON00362 R1 · Fonds · 1915-1982

The fonds consists of publications, papers, manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, rough notes, case files, and other materials created and accumulated by Gotthard Booth.

Sans titre
Flora Roy fonds
CA ON00362 U122, S715 F6-7 · Fonds · 1932-2006

The fonds consists of correspondence, publications, university material, diaries, personal records and other material produced and accumulated by Flora Roy. It is arranged in the following series: Courses; University affairs; University events; Correspondence; Personal; Creative works : published and unpublished; Works by Dr. Roy; University; Local history; Personal interest file; Recollections; Additional deposits.

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Personal Studio fonds
CA ON00362 S719 · Fonds · 1953-1995

The fonds consists of photographs and negatives depicting scenes of Waterloo College (later named Waterloo Lutheran University and Wilfrid Laurier University) and portraits of faculty, staff, and students.

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ON00120 016-.1-1-2-1 · Pièce · [193-?]
Fait partie de Kantokoski (Koski), Koivula & Korpela Family

One annotated print copy of a black and white photograph of Matti Nikolai Kantokoski and his wife Maria Sofia sitting in a horse-drawn cart, while a young boy stands beside them holding a bicycle.

Azilda, centre rural progressif
ON00120 036-2-2-1 · Pièce · [De 1949 à 1960]
Fait partie de Chelmsford Women's Institute

La pièce est un document de quatre pages écrit à la main concernant Azilda, en Ontario. On y traite de l’histoire de l’endroit, de sa géographie, du paysage, des familles canadiennes-françaises et finlandaises formant la majorité de la population, et de l’économie agricole du village.

Part I
ON00120 019-1-1 · Pièce
Fait partie de Jim Dufour