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            Fonds · 1896-1924

            This fonds consists of a day book and ledger. The daybook reflects business conducted at the Cunningham General Store in Glamis, Bruce County, Ontario. The book is organized chronologically from July 1, 1896 - February 1899 and lists under each day: customer names, summary of goods purchased and price. Goods included groceries, hardware and textiles. The ledger reflects business conducted at the A.A. Greer General Store (formerly Cunningham General Store) in Glamis, Bruce County, Ontario from 1922-1924, immediately following the purchase of the store by Albert Arthur Greer (married to Laura Cunningham). The book has an alphabetical index at the front. It is organized by customer and lists the dates and details of their purchases, credits and payments from 1922 to 1924. Purchases are often listed as "goods", but the ledger also shows the purchase of specific grocery and hardware items.

            Includes three "A.A. Greer General Merchant" receipts. Also includes an invoice to A.A. Greer in account iwth Glamis Garage, 1923.

            A.A. Greer General Store
            CA ON00353 AFC 471 · Fonds · 1864-1886

            Fonds consist of business records used by Abbott Brother’s Carriage Works. This includes the company’s order book, accounts and handbill, and illustrations and diagrams. For a detailed transcription of contents, see the preliminary finding aid.

            Abbott Brother's Carriage Works
            A.E. Grant Company fonds
            Fonds · 1905-1919

            The fonds consists of one ledger compiled by Alexander E. Grant, Woodstock Shoemaker between the years 1905 and 1919.

            Grant, Alexander E.
            CA ON00154 2015.25-2015.25.41 · Series · 1898-1899
            Part of Long Family Collection

            Series consist of a collection of legal documents likely typed by Alfred Henry Clark Long to showcase his skills as a typist, 1898-1899. It includes: Church v. Baird, Church v. Radcliff (26 Nov 1898); Midland Trust Company assignment of T. Dixon Craig (23 Mar 1898); Church v. Radcliff Examination (29 Nov 1898); Winslow and Miller v. Elliott and Company (28 Sep 1899).

            CA ON00154 2010.44-995.52.3 · Series · 1853-1970
            Part of Harold Reeve fonds

            Series consists of letterheads and invoices from Port Hope businesses from the nineteenth and early twentieth century.

            Albert Edward Kemp fonds
            CA ON00370 F0336 · Fonds · 1907-1922

            Fonds consists of correspondence of Albert Edward Kemp with political colleagues, government and parliamentary business. There is also financial material relating to Kemp Manufacturing Co., 1909-1923, including financial statements.

            Kemp, Albert Edward, 1858-1929
            Alfred H.C. Long Cash Books
            CA ON00154 2015.25-2015.25.19 · Series · 1899
            Part of Long Family Collection

            Series consists of two (2) cash books purchased and maintained by Alfred H.C. Long, c1899. The books track his expenses per month over a two-year period, including an extended stay in Toronto and Vancouver.

            CA ON00154 994.1-994.1.2.11 · File · 1914-1929
            Part of Tom Long Local History Collection

            File consists of the following: G. A. Outram Invoice, 1914; G. N. Patterson, 1914; F. H. Brown, 1914; Louis E. Hall, 1914; Bryan Sherry, 1914; Knights of Pythias, 1929; Odd Fellows Membership, 1928 and 1929.

            CA ON00154 2015.80-2015.80.8-2015.80.8.20 · File · 2013
            Part of Our Memories: Downtown Port Hope Oral History Project

            File consists of a DVD including Allan White's "Our Memories: Downtown Port Hope" Oral History Project interview; and a paper copy of the interview transcript, 2013. The interview was edited and uploaded to YouTube with the following description: "Join the Port Hope Archives as we speak to local resident Allan White about his time owning Giffen's Hardware and other downtown memories."

            Port Hope Archives
            Amalgamation Process series
            CA ON00279 F01-S099 · Series · 1996-2013

            This series contains records relevant to the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the diocese of London’s amalgamation with the Hamilton, Pembroke, and Peterborough congregations to become the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada. The records are from before, during, and just after the amalgamation. While material concerns all four of the congregations and the Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada, it was created by and primarily concerns the London Sisters.

            The Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada was heavily involved in driving the amalgamation. In 1996 a video was shown to the London Sisters to bring awareness of the prospects of the religious communities and proposed uniting as one congregation. The London Sisters individually wrote reflections on this video. From 2007 to 2009 the Federation operated the Oneness Project which focused on interconnectedness and unity amongst the Sisters of St. Joseph and assessed four potential options of collaboration, one of which was amalgamation. This project resulted in newsletters, presentation slides, and the “Wisdom Gathering” report prepared by Sister Veronica O’Reilly. There is feedback from the London Sisters to the Oneness Project and the options presented at the 2009 Assembly.

            Many of the records involved preparation for the amalgamation and the legal, organizational, and financial concerns related to the amalgamation. Other congregations of the Sisters of St. Joseph in the United States had undergone similar union of congregations. A booklet, timelines of their process, and minutes from meetings with these American Sisters were amassed by the Canadian Sisters in preparation for their own amalgamation.

            Many committees and teams were formed and involved with preparing for and facilitating the transition, creating new goals and organizational structures for the amalgamated congregation, and communicating the process to the Sisters. Prayer pamphlets, minutes, and agendas from meetings as well as correspondence, newsletters, and reports from these teams and committees are present in this series. Those prominently featured are the Core and Local Futuring Teams, the Transitional Team, the Design Team, Chapter Planning Committee, Materials Resource Committee, Lay Advisory Committee, Website Committee, and the General Council. Select major topics include by-laws, insurance, finances, internal organizational structure, future planning, canonical and civil law requirements, and the creation of a website for the amalgamated congregation. There is also preparation for, and reports from, various Chapters and the Assembly where amalgamation and other options proposed by the Federation were discussed and voted on.

            Another report included is “Evolving Design” which was created as part of the amalgamation process to outline the goals, governance, and process of the amalgamated congregation. There are several versions of this document from its creation process. It is based on the Sisters’ feedback on the congregation’s collective vocation and outlines the charism, the leadership structure, the role of the General Chapter, and contains a transitional constitution for the Sisters. It also outlines the duties of the Transitional Team.

            There were many legal and financial issues which had to be addressed during the amalgamation. Forms, agreements, by-laws, acts, and correspondence with the Holy See, the Canadian government, solicitors, and Father Francis G. Morrisey about canonical and civil legal requirements for the amalgamation are present in this series. Some by-laws are internal and concern the operations and structures of the amalgamated congregation. Financial records, including budgets and arrangements for transfer of assets, for both the individual and amalgamated congregation are also included. There are also various iterations of guiding principles for the transition process and the amalgamated congregation.

            The Sisters of St. Joseph of London had their final, binding vote on amalgamation at the Special Chapter in November of 2011 and there is an album of photographs documenting the event. The formal installation of leadership of the amalgamated congregation was held in 2013, and there is an invitation and brochure from the event. There are also correspondence and statements concerning press releases about the amalgamation.

            Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada (London, Ont.)
            CA ON00279 F01-SF17 · Sous-fonds · 1981-2019

            This sous-fonds contains directories, newspaper clippings, financial records, correspondence, presentation talking points, photographs, photo albums, promotional materials, a survey, handbooks, crafts, history timelines, meeting minutes, and reports. These records relate to the administration and operation of the Associates Program.

            Associates Program (London, Ont.)
            CA ON00154 2015.34-2015.34.5-2015.34.5.10 · File · 1965
            Part of Austin Family Collection

            File consists of six (6) printing blocks and one (1) small shipping box, 1965. The printing blocks were produced by Geo. Wilson and Sons (Guide Printing) for Austin Cottages, Shanty Shore, Rice Lake, Keene, Ontario. The blocks contain two (2) maps, and several images of cottages and activities tourists could enjoy at Austin's Cottages; all were used to produce tourism pamphlets for the business. The blocks were originally shipped in the small card board box addressed to: Mr. C. Vardy, Geo. Wilson and Sons, 118 Walton Street, Port Hope, Ontario. The rental cottages were owned by Fred and Hazel Austin of 11 Bloomsgrove Avenue, Port Hope.

            CA ON00154 2007.34-2007.34.1.49 · File · 1860
            Part of George Brogdin fonds

            File consists of a notice of Plead Declaration regarding the Bank of Upper Canada vs. Conger et al, 1860. Alfred Rubidge represented the Bank of Upper Canada; and George Brogdin represented Wilson Seymour Conger, James Ashford, Robert Mitchell (1798-1865) and John Ashford (d. 1869).

            Brogdin, George
            CA ON00279 40 · Series · 1947-1991

            This series contains records concerning the involvement of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Pembroke with St. Joseph’s Hospital in Barrhead, Alberta. The records cover the establishment of the hospital, the administration and operation of the hospital, the transfer of the hospital, and the Sisters’ involvement with the Catholic Hospital Association and the Alberta Hospital Association. Materials include financial records, agreements for the purchase and sale of property, annals, memoirs, pamphlets, booklets, newsletters, lot maps, hospital floor plans, hospital bylaws, correspondence, and photographs. The major topics within the correspondence include establishing and operating the hospital, finances, the purchase and sale of property, construction and renovations, Catholic hospitals and medical ethics in Alberta, the changing role of Sisters in the hospital, and the relinquishing of ownership of the hospital. The photographs are of the hospital and Sisters at various events and locations.

            Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada (Pembroke, Ont.)
            Barrie’s Furriers fonds
            CA ON00334 F324 · Fonds · 1844-1960

            Deeds, blueprint, shareholder registers and other records, mortgages and supplementary letters patent relating to Barrie’s Limited, a furrier business based in Peterborough with branch offices in Saskatchewan.

            A T1: Deeds, blueprints, shareholder registers and other records, mortages and supplementary letters patent relating to Barrie's Limited, a furrier business in Peterborough with branch offices in Saskatchewan. 1844-1960.)

            D map drawer 4: Architect's plan of Barrie's Building, c. 1910; architect Bond and Smith Architects, Toronto; Floor plan for third floor)

            Barrie, Thomas