Fonds - Kingsmill-Mapleton Women's Institute fonds

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Kingsmill-Mapleton Women's Institute fonds

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  • 1914-2000 (Creation)
    Kingsmill-Mapleton Women's Institute
    Elgin, County of

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41 volumes
29 photographs
2 pamphlets

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The Kingsmill-Mapleton Women’s Institute was organized on February 9, 1907 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Brodie, south of Mapleton. Geographically, the branch covers the communities and rural areas of Kingsmill, Mapleton and Crossley-Hunter. The branch was first known as Mapleton Women’s Institute, “but owing to its rapid growth and extension of the territory the name became changed, in 1912 to ‘Kingsmill-Mapleton’ Women’s Institute.” The branch remains active.

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Fonds consists of records created and maintained by the Kingsmill-Mapleton Women's Institute. Fonds is arranged into the following series:
-Meeting Programs series
-Minutes series
-Photographs series
-Tweedsmuir History series

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The Tweedsmuir Histories compiled by members of the Women's Institutes of Elgin County are available online through the County of Elgin Women's Institutes Tweedsmuir Histories Digitization Project.

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