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Dana Porter and Dorothy Parker Family

Series consists of materials relating to the family of Dana Porter, including his wife Dorothy Porter nee Parker, and his sons Dana Jr. and Julian. Also includes materials created about Dana Porter posthumously and collected by his family.

Porter, Dana Harris

Nonesuch Press

Series consists of materials printed by, or about, the Nonesuch Press. Includes prospecti, and information about the press.

Gill, Eric

Ephemera

Series consists of various ephemera created and accumulated by Eric Gill, included printed material that is not related to one of the presses with which Gill was involved. Includes clippings, announcements, advertisements, dust jackets, etc. Also includes materials related to Gill's typefaces.

Gill, Eric

Shakespeare

Series consists of materials relating to Dana Porter's interest in, and study of, Shakespeare with particular emphasis on his Sonnets. Includes essays written by Porter, research notes, clippings, correspondence regarding the publication of his works, and one item of correspondence consisting of a posthumous review of Porter's works by Professor Alan C. Coman.

Porter, Dana Harris

Schantz, Franklin Abram.

Material relating to Franklin Abram Schantz's activities and interests, primarily property records and accounts. Includes ephemera, tax records, property records, a school notebook and a monograph detailing a 1935 hunting trip.

Schantz Russell Family

Correspondence.

Series consists of correspondence from William Lyon Mackenzie King to his nephew Arthur King, also to Arthur's wife Kathleen Marion King, written between January 8, 1923 and July 5, 1950. Although Mackenzie King's first letters are directed towards the interests of a growing boy, over the years he stays involved in Arthur's progress through school, university and ultimately in the workplace. He mentions his own activities although often not in detail, sends thank you letters and holiday greetings. He gives Arthur advice on his career, mentions books of interest, and talks about politics, friends, family and visitors to Kingsmere.
Arranged chronologically.

King, William Lyon Mackenzie

Personal.

Materials relating to the personal life of Harry J. Byers. Includes correspondence, ephemera, clippings, etc.

Byers, Harry J.

Employees.

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains materials relating to employees of the newspaper. Includes staff lists, staff party information, staff newsletters, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Artifacts

Series consists of artifacts created or accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various companies and newspapers that it has owned. Includes one vanity plate from owener J.E. Motz, and two printing plates.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Manuscripts : Poems : Individual

Series consists of ms. and ts. drafts of poems by Rienzi Crusz. Includes photocopies. Some drafts contain ms. corrections or annotations by the author.

Crusz, Rienzi

Administration : Financial Files

Series consists of financial records for Electrohome and its subsidiary companies, including Hawkesville Lumber (acquired 1965), Campbell Electric (acquired 1960), International Electrohome (incorporated 1962), Electrohome Communications (incorporated 1970), and Flexsteel Industries (Canada) (acquired 1972). Series also includes material compiled for presentations to the Canadian government's Enterprise Development Board, which insured part of a $25 million term loan to the company from the Royal Bank of Canada in 1977. Includes financial statements and reports, a ledger, and other material.

Electrohome

Historical Materials

File consists of materials accumulated by Gordon Good relating to local and national history. Includes one map, one programme, two magazines and one World War Two brochure.

Good, Gordon

Photographs.

Three group portraits featuring members of the Augustine, Kaufman, Breithaupt, and Greb families.

Augustine, Ham, Kaufman family

Bowmanville Training School for Boys

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by G. Elmore Reaman relating to the Bowman Training School for Boys. Includes photographs, clippings, correspondence and ephemera.

Reaman, George Elmore

Scrapbooks

Series consists of four scrapbooks containing press clippings, photographs, and ephemera relating to Carl A. Pollock and his activities as Electrohome president and chairman of the board of directors, his involvement in the community, and his personal life. One of the scrapbooks was presented to Pollock by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association in memory of his term as association president (1962-1963).

Electrohome

The Kaufman Rubber Company Ltd.

File consists of materials created and accumulated by Gordon Good while he was an employee at The Kaufman Rubber Company. Includes Good's own work as well as work done by others in the company. File contains catalogues, an accounting manual, clippings, materials relating to strikes, ephemera and a register with cutting room scrap percentage information.

Good, Gordon

Harvey J. Sims : personal business.

Files created and maintained by Harvey J. Sims in the course of daily household business relating to household expenses, personal expenses, and expenses incurred in planning and maintaining his property at Chicopee. These files were also used by Harvey for his personal interests and activities, such as clubs, memberships, investments, and circular letters. They contain correspondence, invoices, receipts, ephemera, and hand-written notes. Many invoices from nurseries or seed suppliers present here relate to those in series 6.

Sims family

Birth Control

Series consists of materials regarding birth control and other related maters. Includes newspaper clippings, articles, and ephemera.

Stopes, Marie

Sunbeam Shoes Limited

Series consists of letters patent, shares, correspondence, shareholders' meeting records, accounts, financial statements, and bankruptcy records. Contains records pertaining to The Humberstone Shoe Company and Sunbeam Shoes Limited. The series is arranged chronologically.

Dare Foods Limited

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Incorporation and Ownership.

Series consists of originals and photocopies of documents which help delineate the history of ownership and incorporation of the company, particularly its beginning, its incorporation in 1911, and its change of ownership in 1928. Included here are abstracts of title from the Registry Offfice for transactions from the 1850's to the 1920's, agreements, by-laws, letters patent and, stock certificates.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Administration

Series consists of material relating to the administration of various aspects of Kaufman Rubber operations from 1927 to 1986. There are many gaps and the files are from several departments. Includes annual production reports from 1933 to 1955, sales reports from 1932-1964, records of special orders, government contracts, memoranda, and cost accounting information.

Kaufman Footwear

Harvey J. Sims : Chicopee

Records relating to the Harvey J. Sims' development of Chicopee, a 45-acre estate near Kitchener, Ont., where he built a home designed by Forsey Page and Steele, Architects, and designed and landscaped the grounds with the help of Carl Borgstrom of Carl Borgstrom and H.M.S. Carver, Landscape Architects. He was instrumental in the reforestation of the contiguous properties in Chicopee Hills, and in only a few years planted on his property more than 700 varieties of trees and shrubs.
Includes correspondence to and from architects, landscape planners, nurseries, and government agencies concerning the development of Harvey's house and grounds, also the reforestation of the surrounding area, dated 1927 to 1941. The correspondence files described in this series are together as found. Harvey's Personal Business Files in Series 8 contain a great deal of supplementary material in the way of correspondence, invoices, lists, time sheets, etc., with seed houses, nurseries, companies, and individuals supplying material and furnishings for the home and grounds, from water heaters and wiring to billiard table lights.
Harvey was particularly interested in collecting as many native species of trees and shrubs as would grow in this climate and his collecting activities are documented by correspondence with arboreta, university horticulture departments, government nurseries, and government officials and employees who were at that time developing botanical garden plans in Hamilton and Niagara.

Sims family

Harvey J. Sims : Library

Records relating to Harvey J. Sims' development of a library of books at his Chicopee home, in which he was aided by Adam Strohm, Librarian at the Detroit Public Library and Charles R. Sanderson, Chief Librarian of the Toronto Public Library. Harvey turned his planned billiard room into a library instead and set about filling it with books. Although this series contains only two files, it represents a significant activity in Harvey's life.

Sims family

Correspondence

Series consists of approximately 2600 pieces of correspondence to and from Dr. J.D. Detwiler. Correspondents include many names prominent in science, conservation and public life, including William A. Albrecht, Ian McT. Cowan, L.A. DeWolfe, J.R. Dymond, Archibald Gowanlock Huntsman , W.W. Judd, Fred Landon, Robert F. Legget, Harrison F. Lewis, Georges Maheux, K.W. Neatby, Ernest C. Oberholtzer, Edward G. Pleva, Dana Porter, D.S. Rawson, A.H. Richardson, R. Omar Rilett, William Rowan, Jacques Rousseau (1905-1970), E.S. Russenholt, T.M. Sonneborn, Robert J.C. Stead, Hugh Templin, Ross B. Willis.

Detwiler, John D.

Sittings : Notes

Series consists of manuscript and typescript notes and summaries of seances belonging to Jenny Pincock.

Maines Pincock Family

William J. Hopp

Series consists of material accumulated by William J. Hopp in his role as a baker and plant supervisor at the Dare Company.

Includes material relating to correspondence courses, conferences, and research activities of the Independent Biscuit Manufacturers' Company of Chicago; recipe books containing cookie and cracker formulae used at Dare and possibly other companies (Perrin's Forest City Confectionery and Biscuit Works in London Ontario, Paulin-Chambers Company in Winnipeg, Manitoba); and material relating to the ingredients and manufacture of cookies and crackers.

Includes lessons and manuals, bulletins, correspondence, recipe books, research reports, article reprints, conference programs, catalogues and brochures, and other material.

Dare Foods Limited

Bowlby Family

Series consists of materials relating to the history and genealogy of the extended Bowlby family. Includes information on the Bowlby, Sovereign, Murphy, and Powell families. Includes clippings, a family crest sample, correspondence, and genealogical notes on the families.

Clement Bowlby Family

Clippings

Newspaper clippings relating to members of the Martin and Wilson families, the involvement of the Martin family and the Lincoln and Welland Regiment in World War II, and other subjects.

Martin, John Gartshore

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Operations: General

Series consists of originals and photocopies of several items which relate to Seagram Co. operations at a level beyond the Waterloo plant. Included is a weekly time book from the Amhersburg plant dated 1928, plot plans and organization charts from several other distilleries owned by the company.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Photographs

Series consists of photographs created and accumulated by the Rieder and Anthes families. Includes ones photograph of a Kiwanis club picnic at Puslinch Lake.

Rieder and Anthes family

Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera created and accumulated by Dana Porter. Includes business cards, programmes and invitations, typed materials, honourary degrees and campaign materials.

Porter, Dana Harris

Manuscripts

Series consists of manuscript and typescript notes for and drafts of works of poetry, fiction and non-fiction by Jenny Pincock and others.

Maines Pincock Family

Visual : Moving Images : Films

Series consists of 8mm and 16mm films accumulated by, and produced for the Grand River Conservation Authority. The majority of these films have been transferred to videocassette and DVD, which are also found in the GRCA fonds. Also contains masters and working prints of a number of films produced for the Grand River Conservation Authority by Summit Film Productions. These films depict scenes along the Lower, Mid and Upper Grand; dam construction outside Guelph, Ontario; GRCA conservation areas; and also contain footage of Grand River flooding.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Kaufman Family

Series is comprised of materials created by members of the Kaufman family relating to their personal interests. Includes genealogy, clippings, ephemera, blueprints and three scrapbooks relating to birth control in Canada.

Kaufman Family

Visual : Moving Images : DVDs

Series consists of DVD transfers from original films and videocassettes, several of which were acquired by the GRCA from donors. Includes transfers of original films made by Hugh Templin, a GRCA commissioner. During the 1940s, Templin took footage of the construction phases of the Shand Dam, near Belwood, Ont. and its subsequent opening and early operation. DVD transfers of slide-show presentations of Grand River Conservation Authority Annual Reports, and Special Recognition Awards.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Administration : Facilities

Series consists of records relating to the properties and buildings of Pollock-Welker, the Phonola Company of Canada, Grimes Radio Corporation, and Electrohome. Includes appraisals, reports, agreements (including drafts), correspondence (some faxed), memoranda, proposals, forms, lot and site plans and surveys, and other material.

Electrohome

Scrapbooks and Clippings

Series consists of clippings and scrapbooks created primarily by Dana Porter. Some books also contain posthumous clippings on Dana Porter and his legacy collected by Julian Porter.

Porter, Dana Harris

Anniversaries, Events, Open Houses.

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains materials relating to anniversaries, events and open houses at the newspaper including correspondence, invitations, clippings, ephemera, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Kaufman, A.R. : Trips

Series consists of autobiographical accounts by A.R. Kaufman of trips taken to England and France in 1929, around the world in 1958, and to Russia in 1963. A.R.K.'s trip accounts contain many personal observations on the economy, architecture, living conditions and way of life in the countries visited.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Photographs

Series consists of 934 slides used by Nancy Lou Patterson to teach about Mennonite and Amish life and art.

Patterson, Nancy-Lou

Leaflets

Series documents anti-war and anti-fascist sentiments during the early 1930s. Includes various leaflets of poems and songs on peace by William E. Dyer, a Toronto-based poet. Other leaflets relate to the 1934 Ontario provincial election and promotion for the Socialist Party of Canada in the Waterloo North constituency There is also a membership advertisement for the “American League against War and Fascism”, based in New York, and a Pax International issue from 1934 about the persecution of pacifists and promotion of peace.

Public Relations Working Files : Photographs

  • SCA207-GA186-23
  • Series
  • [193-?]-1996, predominant [ca. 1950]-[ca. 1980]
  • Part of Electrohome fonds.

Series consists of files of photographs accumulated and used mainly by Robert Lovell in his role as Public Relations Manager (from 1963 to ca. 1988) for internal and external publicity purposes. Many photographs were taken for use in the company newsletters Sparks and Chips, Electrohome World, and Electrohome Update, and include markings for cropping and sizing.

Series includes photographs of production processes, products, events in the life of the company, employees working and participating in recreational activities, employee headshots, and other subjects. Includes photographs, negatives, and other visual material; typed cutlines; news releases; press clippings; and memoranda.

Electrohome

Operations : Product Development Files

Series consists of records relating to the design and development of products, including radios, fans, air conditioners (humidifiers), motors, furniture, Video-Q marketplace television, and others. Includes technical drawings, ms. notes, product literature, correspondence, memoranda, and reports.

Electrohome

Museum and Archives

Series consists of material relating to the development, organization, and operation of a company museum and archives. The museum was originally established in 1967 as a centennial project and part of the 60th anniversary celebration, in order to display products produced by Electrohome since 1907. John Koegler was the company historian and museum curator.

The museum as well as the company archives were given renewed attention in preparation for the company's 90th anniversary and the production of a corporate history book in 1997. At that time, William McGregor (former vice-president of Electrohome) was involved museum administration, and Nicola McLaughlin was hired to research company history and process and manage the archives.

Series includes material relating to the day-to-day operation of the museum and archives, the collection and processing of items, and the recording of historical information. Includes forms, correspondence, memoranda, press clippings, photocopies of historical advertisements and other documents, photographs and slides, ms. notes, meeting minutes, and other material.

Electrohome

Scrapbooks

Series consists of scrapbooks created by Claire Wallace, primarily composed of her writing and materials relating to her work.

Wallace, Claire

Office and Operations Files : General

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains office and operations files from the Record. Includes clippings, advertisements, surveys, inventories, ephemera, correspondence, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Golden Cockerel Press

Series consists of materials printed by, or about, the Golden Cockerel Press. Includes prospecti, specimin pages, and ephemera.

Gill, Eric

Kaufman, A.R. : Photographs

Series consists of photographs, including two studio portraits of A.R. Kaufman and one of a building named in his honour.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Works : Published

Series consists of works published by G. Elmore Reaman. Includes one article by Reaman.

Reaman, George Elmore

Resources : GRCA Library

Contents Works in the GRCA library deemed to be "unpublished". Topics include Watershed Studies (01), Channel Improvements (02), Dykes (03), Erosion Control (04, Stream Flow Data (05), Water Quality (06), Reservoirs (07), Conservation Areas (11), Master Plans and Studies (13), Recreation (16), Floodline Studies (21), Special Events (32), Nature Centres (33), Meetings (42), Water Resources Planning and Management (W01), Engineering Reports (W02), Environmental Studies (W04), Reference Books (W08), Land Resources Planning and Management (W09).

Grand River Conservation Authority

K-W Record History

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains materials relating to the history of the Record. Includes biographical information on the Motz family, clippings, type books, ephemera, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Publications

Series consists of records relating to the planning, history and accomplishments of conservation work on the Grand River watershed. Includes publication files and a working file for a publication issued by the GRCC and the GRCA between 1936 and 1989.

Grand River Conservation Authority

The Kaufman Rubber Company Ltd. : Time Books

File consists of time books for the factory office and industrial engineering department kept by Gordon Good while he was an employee at Kaufman Rubber. Includes time books for the years 1931-1971.

Good, Gordon

Administration : Chairman's Files : Wm. Philip

Series consists of William A. Philip's files accumulated and maintained primarily during his tenure as Chairman of the Grand River Conservation Commission, and relating to its operations and activities. Includes correspondence (some legal), minutes, reports, ms. notes, plans etc., concerning land acquisition, dam projects, reforestation, flood control, agreements and relations with federal and provincial governments.

Grand River Conservation Commission

Political and Legal Career

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Dana Porter during the course of his political and legal career. Includes legal and political notes, legal proceedings and judgements, commissions, etc.

Porter, Dana Harris

Publicity : Clippings : Originals : Large Scrapbooks 1932-1971

Series consists of spiral-bound volumes and scrapbooks of original and photocopies of newspaper clippings relating to the activities of the Grand River Conservation Commission, Grand Valley Conservation Authority and Grand River Conservation Authority. The materials are organized chronologically; scrapbooks of clippings devoted to particular events such as floods on the Grand River are present.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Dare Foods Limited : Subsidiaries

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by subsidiary companies of Dare including those it purchased. Includes ephemera, financial information, operating materials and historical information.

Dare Foods Limited

Hague and Gill

Series consists of materials printed by, or about, the Hague and Gill Press. Includes prospecti, specimin pages, and ephemera.

Gill, Eric

President's Files : Michael Vaughan

Series consists of the working files of Michael Vaughan containing material created, accumulated and used by Vaughan during his involvement with the MLA from 1969 to 1986. Records relate mainly to his role as member (1969-1975), vice-chair (1975-1977), chair (1977-1982), and past chair (1982-1984) of the Committee on Land Use, Taxation, and Highways; and as vice-president (1982-1984) and president (1984-1986) of the association.

Series also includes records relating to various other committees, issues, and events. The Committee on Land Use, Taxation, and Highways was responsible for examining and responding to town planning, development, and other land use issues in the Muskoka region. One of the developments of major concern during Vaughan's tenure as chair was a proposed resort at the Roseneath property on Beaumaris Island, and several files in this series relate to this issue.

Series includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, presentations, meeting agendas and minutes, handwritten and typed notes, newspaper clippings, newsletters, agreements, maps and plans, and other material.

Muskoka Lakes Association

Ratz, Clara, estate.

Series contains materials relating to the estate of Clara Ratz. Includes correspondence, tax records, insurance documents, and lists of assets.

Ratz Family

Personal.

Contents: series consists of materials relating to the personal life of Anne Innis Dagg. Includes correspondence, childhood records, journals, materials relating to her family and more.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Dare Foods Limited : Dare Foods (Biscuit Division) Limited

Series consists of formulas for cookies and crackers, a copy of the Biscuit Division Production Control Procedures Manual, and the Biscuit Division Plant Tour. The records were probably kept at the head office in Kitchener, used in Kitchener and possibly Hamilton.

Dare Foods Limited

Architectural Drawings

Series consists of architectural drawings and specifications for residences commissioned by H.L. Guy. Includes architectural drawings and specifications for his family home at 110 John Boulevard in Waterloo, as well as architectural drawings for the family summer cottage.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Correspondence

Series documents John Walter’s correspondence with William Daum Euler and the Kitchener Daily Record. The correspondence focus on Walter’s request for a public debate with Euler over capitalism and the economy. Other correspondence and newspaper clippings cover the Kitchener Record’s refusal to publish, in their newspaper, the letters Walter sent about challenging Euler. There are also clippings of Euler's speech which Walter references in his letters.

Walter, John

Photographs

Series consists of photographs created and accumulated by Jane Urquhart. Includes photographs of Urquhart's hometown of Little Long Lac, Tilman's bridge and of Urquhart.

Urquhart, Jane

Organizational

Series consists of organizational records pertaining to the Kitchener Waterloo Sales and Ad Club. Includes membership information, financials, minutes, director's files, etc.

Kitchener Waterloo Sales and Ad Club

Photographs and realia.

Photographs and realia created and accumulated by the Schneider Employees' Association. Includes photographs of SEA presidents, a photograph of a company picnic, and artefacts such as wallets, bags, a strike sign, and more.

Schneider Employees' Association

Correspondence: Clark, Roger

Series is comprised of correspondence between Roger Clark (son-in-law of Elizabeth Smith Shortt) and others. Correspondence is organized by surname of correspondent.

Shortt, Elizabeth Smith

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence between G. Elmore Reaman and others. Correspondents are listed at the file level. Correspondence covers such topics as publications of Reaman's works, personal correspondence and research correspondence.

Reaman, George Elmore

Glen Lawrence School

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by G. Elmore Reaman relating to the Glen Lawrence School which he helped found. Includes clippings, yearbooks, correspondence, photographs, and artifacts.

Reaman, George Elmore

Organization and Administration

Series consists of records concerning the organizational structure and functions of the Grand River Conservation Authority and its predecessors, the Grand River Conservation Commission and the Grand Valley Conservation Authority. Includes lists of organization members.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Films

Series consists of film reels and DVD copies of home movies shot by the Guy family. Includes films showing family members and friends participating in various activities both on vacation and at home in Waterloo. Many of the films show 110 John Boulevard and the early development of the Westmount region of Waterloo.

Guy, James Rutherford and George Harrington

Parents' Information Bureau : Financial Records

Series consists of material relating to accounting and financial affairs of the Parents' Information Bureau, Ltd. in Kitchener, Ontario. Includes accounting records, shre certificates, tax returns and year end files. Includes information about the Toronto Clinic as well.

Parents' Information Bureau

Visual : Photographs : Corporate

Series consists of photographs depicting GRCA corporate activities, events and personnel. Many of these had originally been located in other series; they were pulled by GRCA personnel from other files and grouped in new folders for an undetermined purpose.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Centenary Committee : Topical Files

Series consists of material about the history of the Kaufman Rubber Co. collected by or submitted to the Centenary Committee for the purpose of preparing a history for the 100th Anniversary of the company. Includes information about the premises, operations and individuals associated with the company. Consists of articles, clippings, correspondence, ephemera, interviews, photographs, and information from previous anniversaries.

Kaufman Footwear

Kaufman, A.R. : Scrapbooks : Birth Control

Includes Mr. Kaufman's personal scrapbooks he maintained relating to birth control in general, to the Parents' Information Bureau, and to the trial of Dorothea Palmer. Also includes two scrapbooks relating to the Toronto Birth Control Clinic.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence to and from Dana Porter regarding a variety of topics in his personal and professional life. Includes approximately three hundred and thirty-six items. Correspondents are listed at the file level. Note that where applicable items of correspondence have been left in their original file and subsequently correspondence can also be found in : Series 2. Dana Porter and Dorothy Parker Family ; Series 4. Ephemera ; Series 5. Political and Legal Career ; Series 6. Scrapbooks and Clippings ; Series 7. Shakespeare ; Series 8. Speeches and Addresses ;
*Series 9. Visual Materials.

Porter, Dana Harris

Publicity : Articles and Essays 1936-1988

Series consists of spiral-bound volumes and scrapbooks of original and photocopies of newspaper clippings relating to the activities of the Grand River Conservation Commission, Grand Valley Conservation Authority and Grand River Conservation Authority. The materials are organized chronologically; scrapbooks of clippings devoted to particular events such as floods on the Grand River are present.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Administration : Financial

Series consists of incomplete financial records of the Grand River Conservation Commission from 1936 to 1965. Includes bank books, cash journals, journals, cheque registers, ledgers and cost studies.

Grand River Conservation Commission

Exhibit clippings

Series contains clippings documenting memorial exhibits for Homer Watson and articles reviewing his life. There are two scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings between 1936 and 1947. One scrapbook contains mostly newspaper memorabilia and exhibition advertisements, while the other contains clippings focused mainly on announcing exhibits throughout Ontario along with press and editorial comments. There are also files of clippings that discuss the closure of Watson’s art gallery and studio in 1947. One of the clippings is a print, from a magazine, depicting Homer Watson.

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