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Osgoode Hall Literary and Athletic Society 1928-1929

Item is a group photograph of the executive members of the Osgoode Hall Literary and Athletic Society for the year 1928-1929. Depicted in the photograph are: George Baker, Alexander Stark, Gordon Watson, John Robinette, Frank Turville, Jack McMaster, Janet Gibson, Brian Doherty, John Richard, Russell Smith.

Justices of Appeal. Supreme Court of Ontario Canada

Item is a group photograph of the judges of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Ontario. Depicted left to right are: Justice F.E. Hodgins, Justice John James MacLaren, Chief Justice William Ralph Meredith, Justice James Magee, and Justice W.N. Ferguson. The five men are seated in a courtroom located in Osgoode Hall.

Stevens Family Home Movie

  • ON00120 021-1
  • Item
  • Transferred to DVD in 2009 (original 1926)
  • Part of Stevens Family

One home movie made by the Stevens family after a cave-in. All mining portions of the film have been lost. Remaining scenes include;

Sir Alfred Pickford inspects Sudbury District Boy Scouts 0:00
Rotary and Lion’s Clubs entertain Sir Alfred Pickford 0:04
Boys of Sacred Heart College and the Children of St. Aloyisus School and St. Thomas 0:08
(Golfing) 2:27
(Baseball at Sacred Heart College) 4:08
Circus Day in Sudbury 4:37
“Belrock the home of W. J. Bell.” 6:34
(Downtown) 7:44
Sudbury Churches, street scenes, the Court House and Fire Department, showing the new motor pumper 8:41
(Nurses with babies, May 1926) 10:24
A fine bunch of babies – maybe you know ‘em 11:50
Sudbury Baby Clinic in charge of V.O.N. nurses – Miss Aylward and Miss Lemke 11:53
“R. T. Stevens and Family, Sunday, June 13th, 1926” 11:58
(Dam) 14:48
(Firemen jumping from window into net ) 15:20
(Children playing on street, with dog and wagon) 15:40
(Firemen going down pole) 15:48
(Firemen with trucks) 15:54
(Firemen hosing building) 16:18
(Firemen climbing ladders to window) 16:54
(Firemen jumping from window into net) 17:24

Ticket F.T. No. 69737 Swedish American Line Rederiaktiebolaget Sverige-Nordamerika Gothenburg direct New-York

One ticket for Matti Kantokoski, Aune (Anna) Kantokoski and Eeva Kantokoski to board the S.S. Drottningholm to sail from Gothenburg to Halifax on July 26, 1924. The ticket is dated July 19, 1924, and has on it a Canadian immigration stamp from Halifax, Nova Scotia, dated August 2, 1924.

Reference Letters

Series consists of two handwritten reference letters; one for Anna Koivula (Kantokoski/Koski) and one for her daughter Ann Chisholm (Ann Eva Kantokoski/Koski). The reference letter for Anna Koivula (born 1903) was written by Lydia Lofman, a pharmacist's wife, in Lapua Finland, dated May 1, 1921, regarding work in a kitchen, while the reference letter for Ann Chisholm (nee Koski, born 1924) was written by Mrs. J. Ferrier from Sudbury, Ontario, dated June 14, 1942 concerning her job doing housework.

Canadian Naturalization Certificates and Correspondence

Series consists of a letter dated April 6, 1939, to Matti Kantokoski from E.D. Wilkins, Clerk of the Peace, with his Certificate of Naturalization (dated March 30, 1939) attached; and a certificate of greetings from the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (I.O.D.E.) to Matti Kantokoski on the occasion of him becoming a British subject and Canadian citizen by naturalization in Sudbury, Ontario.

Maki family: Oscar and Julia Koivula (sister of Anna). Lilja sitting on lap. Oiva and Oscar (sons) at back. Missing: Tiami (daughter) Matti Kantokoski with wife Anna (Koivula) and children Eeva Annikki and Veikko Vesa

One annotated print copy of a photograph of the Maki and Kantokoski families. In the front row from left to right are: Oscar Maki, Julia Maki (holding baby Lilja Maki), Eeva Annikki Kantokoski, Anna Kantokoski, and Veikko Vesa Kantokoski. In the back row are Oiva Maki, Oscar Maki, and Matti Kantokoski.

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