Subseries -01 - Hellmuth College

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Hellmuth College

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CA ON00279 F01-S137--01

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  • 1949-2007, predominant 1983-2007 (Creation)

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1 drawing : b&w ; 20.5 x 28 cm
5 photographs : b&w
4 photographs : col.
1 photograph : b&w ; 15.5 x 20.5cm in mat 20 x 25 cm
3 cm of textual records

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The subseries includes a general history of Hellmuth College. Included are specifics about the donation of one brick and approximately 15 pieces of glass from the windows of Hellmuth College to the Anglican Diocese of Huron. The document lists the students from the late 1800’s who carved their names into the glass with diamond rings. There is correspondence in the form of reference inquiries, including one about the Dufferin Medallist recipients from Hellmuth Ladies’ College. There is a photocopy of the rules for the pupils attending Hellmuth Ladies’ College from 1869. There are photographs showing the front view of the College building. There is an A.B. Dick Company mimeograph depicting the Hellmuth Ladies’ College. Articles are included from The Free Press and Western Gazette and London Magazine about Bishop Hellmuth.

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