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Fonds · [19-], 1913-2008

The fonds consists of minute and cash books, Tweedsmuir history books, a guest book for the 25th anniversary, the account book for the Victoria W.I. Red Cross Society, membership cards, certificates, programmes and multiple publications including history books, songbooks and handbooks of the Women’s Institute. The Tweedsmuir histories of Victoria II contain histories of Selby, Forest Mills, Bath, Napanee, Sharp’s Corners and some local Churches. There are also a number of farm and house histories. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Series 1: Minutes Series 2: Tweedsmuir history book Series 3: Publications Series 4: Programmes Series 5: Certificates Series 6: Objects Series 7: Membership cards Series 8: Conference Series 9: 25th Anniversary Series 10: Victoria W.I. Red Cross Society

Victoria II Women’s Institute
Waters Women's Institute
ON00120 001 · Fonds · 1897-2000, predominant 1936-1970

This fonds consists of the scrapbooks created by the Waters Women's Institute.

Waters Women's Institute
Fonds · 1911-1988

Fonds contains the records of the Waubaushene Women's Institute.

Fonds is arranged in the following series:

Minute Books
Newsclippings
Correspondence
Printed Materials
Miscellaneous

Waubaushene Women's Institute
Fonds · 1905-2016

Fonds consists of scrapbooks and Tweedsmuir Histories compiled by members of the West Elgin District Women's Institute.

West Elgin District Women's Institute
Fonds · 1902-2006

Fonds contains the records of the West Simcoe District Women's Institute.

Fonds is arranged in the following series:

Administrative Records
Tweedsmuir Histories & Scrapbooks
Publications
Newsclippings
Histories
Miscellaneous

West Simcoe District Women's Institute
CA ON00353 AFC 198 · Fonds · 1975 - 2003

Fonds consists of records created and acquired by Western's Caucus on Women's Issues. Included are newsletters, minutes, financial records, various versions of their constitution, correspondence, documentary field tapes and reference materials as well as records relating to the Caucus' efforts to establish women's studies as a discipline, promote employment equity and contribute a women's perspective to the policy and planning processes at the university.
Also included in the fonds are the research materials of Constance Backhouse, law professor and member of the Caucus, who researched the history of women at Western as part of several projects including her report, “Women faculty at UWO: reflections on the employment equity award”, the establishment of UWO law archives and 100 years of women at Western.

Western's Caucus on Women's Issues
CA ON00329 F18 · Fonds · [ca. 1912-1988]

The fonds consists of the Whitby WI's minute books, one Tweedsmuir history, and event programmes. Records are arranged chronologically in subject files.

Whitby Women's Institute
Whit-Knit Club fonds
CA ON00329 F07 · Fonds · 1940-1946

Fonds consists of records generated by the members of the Whitby Knitting Club. Records represent club operations associated with fundraising, knitting, distributing packages overseas, and the resulting incoming and outgoing correspondence. Fonds consists of two series: Administrative records and Correspondence.

Whitby Knitting Club
Fonds · 1890-2012

The fonds consists of minute books, cash books, Tweedsmuir history books, photographs, house histories, and correspondence pertaining to the activities of the Wilton Women’s Institute. Fonds is comprised of the following series:
Series 1: Minutes
Series 2: Tweedsmuir History Books
Series 3: Correspondence
Series 4: Programming
Series 5: By-laws, handbooks and songbooks of the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario and Canada
Series 6: Guest Books
Series 7: Publications
Series 8: Ceremonial Items
Series 9: Photographs and video

Wilton Women’s Institute
Wingate's Raiders IODE fonds
Item · 1945-2007, nd.

The fonds consist of various materials related to the activities of the Wingate’s Raiders Chapter of the IODE and is arranged into the following series and subseries:

Series 1: Administration
Subseries A: Charter and By-laws
Subseries B: Reports
Subseries C: Memberships
Subseries D: History

Series 2: Communications

Series 3: Special Events
Subseries A: Events/Functions
Subseries B: Anniversaries
Subseries C: Newspaper Clippings
Subseries D: Scrapbooks
Subseries E: Photographs
Subseries F: Local Involvement/Community Functions
Subseries G: Miscellaneous

Wingate Raider's Chapter IODE
CA ON00370 F0494 · Collection · 1973-2006

Collection consists of publications, policy statements, research reports, conference and educational documents, and newsletters accumulated by Professor Linda Briskin in the course of her research on women and equity in organized labour in Canada. The documents were published by or about local, provincial, and national organizations, including the Canadian Labour Congress, provincial federations of labour, Canadian and United Auto Workers, Canadian Air Line Employees' Association, Canada Employment Immigration Union, the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada, the Committee for Cleaners' Rights, International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Metro Labour Council, Union of Provincial Government Employees, Canadian Union of Public Employees, Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation, Public Service Alliance of Canada, United Steelworkers of Canada, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, and the Windsor Hospital Clerical Workers Union of Canada. The collection deals with equity in collective bargaining units, including issues of sisterhood and solidarity, education, human rights, anti-racism, aboriginal issues, affirmative action, violence against women, and the impact of technological change. The documents are arranged into files by organization, and they reflect the equity initiatives undertaken by unions to transform organizational practice and culture in order to ensure fairness and representation for women and members of other equity-seeking groups.

Briskin, Linda
Fonds · 1934-1956

The fonds consist of records related to the history of the Woodstock Liberal Women’s Association. They are arranged into the following series and subseries:

Series 1: Minutes and Reports
Series 2: Membership
Series 3: Newspaper Clippings
Series 4: Liberal Campaign Materials

Woodstock Liberal Women's Association
Workshops and Events series
CA ON00279 F01-S140 · Series · September 1953- December 2006

The series consists of records concerning reunions, festivals, workshops, and anniversaries. These records comprise of address books, booklets, ceremony schedules, correspondences, event schedules, liturgy and prayer booklets and sheets, mailing lists, former Sisters membership lists, music sheets and hymns, newspaper clippings and photocopies, postcards with envelopes, photographs, and programs.

Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada (London, Ont.)
Fonds · 1886-1958

The fonds consists of minute and cash books, Tweedsmuir history books, photographs, house histories, local histories, and subject files pertaining to the activities of the Yarker-Colebrook Women’s Institute. There are two Tweedsmuir histories in the fonds. One of the Tweedsmuirs is more traditional in scope; it focuses on the history of the villages and the Women’s Institute. The traditional Tweedsmuir contains photographs of the village of Colebrook, including pictures of Main Street before the fire, newspaper articles, information and photographs of boys who served in World War II, information from the Canada Directory pertaining to the area, from 1857 and 1858, pictures of past Yarker-Colebrook Presidents, a history of Yarker, including its settlement and the evolution of the Simcoe Falls, and a history of Colebrook. The second Tweedsmuir is a collection of newspaper clippings and was mainly assembled by Mrs. William Jackson. It contains a number of articles about the Royal Family, including photographs from magazines. It also has some history of Women’s Institute work, articles about World War I and World War II, a history of Brookside School, as well as photographs of members and programmes. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Series 1: Minutes Series 2: Tweedsmuir history books

Yarker-Colebrook Women’s Institute