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F Miscellaneous (file 3 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Foley, J.W., Pasadena, Calif. (1930)
  • Foley, R.M. Publishing Co., Detroit, Mich. (1927-1930)
  • Folks and Fact, New York, N.Y. (1924)
  • Food Controller's Office, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Food Shop News and the Delicatessen Merchant, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1929-1930)
  • Foote, John Taintor, Darien, Conn. (1928)
  • For Me, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • For People Everywhere, New York, N.Y. (1939)
  • Foran, W. Robert, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Forbes & Company Book Publishers, Chicago, Ill. (1909-1913)
  • Forbes Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1929-1939)
  • Ford, Corey, Reedom, N.H. (1939)
  • Ford, Lucy Stone Terrill, Sarasota, Fla. (1934)
  • Ford Dealer and Service Field, Milwaukee, Wis. (1927)
  • Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. (1926-1928)
  • Ford Owner and Dealer, Milwaukee, Wis. (1921)
  • Forecast Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1915-1917)
  • Foreman, J.M., New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Forest and Stream, New York, N.Y. (1909-1917)
  • Fort Dearborn Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1921-1922)
  • Fort Wayne Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. (1912)
  • Fortune, New York, N.Y. (1930-1939)
  • Forty-Third Division, National Guard, New London, Conn. (1937)
  • Forum and Century, New York, N.Y. (1928-1931)
  • Forward, Philadelphia, Pa. (1924-1937)
  • Fosmire, Nena, Whitewater, Wis. (1936)
  • Foster, George B., Chicago, Ill. (1917)
  • Foster, Richard, New York, N.Y. (1930)
  • Foster & Davies, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. (1929)
  • 4 L Lumber News, Portland, Or. (1930)
  • Fournier, Alexis Jean, East Aurora, N.Y. (1919)
  • Forth Estate, New York, N.Y. (1910-1916)
  • Fowler, [?], Mr., New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Foyler, W. & G. Limited, London, England. (1932-1933)
  • France, N.E., Platteville, Wis. (1914-1920)
  • Franciscan, Paterson, N.J. (1938)
  • Franciscan Herald, Chicago, Ill. (1930-1939)
  • Frankenstein and Company, Chicago, Ill. (1928-1934)
  • Franklin Automobile Company, Syracuse, N.Y. (1928)
  • Franklin Book Shop, Philadelphia, Pa. (1917-1919)
  • Fraternity, Schenectady, N.Y. (1927)
  • Frazee's, H.H. Longacre Theatre, New York, N.Y. (1914)

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F Miscellaneous (file 4 of 4).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Freer, Archibald, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1917)
  • French, Allen, Concord, Mass. (1931)
  • French-Stamats Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (1930-1939)
  • Frey, Charles Daniel, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1932)
  • Frick Company, Waynesboro, Pa. (1926-1927)
  • Friday, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1940)
  • Friday Noon, Middletown, Ohio. (1930)
  • Friedman, C., New York, N.Y. (1934)
  • Friedman, I.K., Winnetka, Ill. (1918)
  • The Friend, Minneapolis, Minn. (1930)
  • Friend Newspapers, Bloemfontaine, South Africa. (1937-1938)
  • Friends' Magazine, Detroit, Mich. (1940)
  • Frink, Maurice, Elkhart, Indiana. (1923)
  • Frisbie, W.A., Minneapolis, Minn. (1924)
  • Front Rank, St. Louis, Mo. (1931)
  • Frontier Stories, New York, N.Y. (1927-1930)
  • Fruchey, Clyde H., Flint, Mich. (1926-1927)
  • Frush, Mabel, Chicago, Ill. (1934)
  • Fuller, Charles H. Company, Chicago, Ill. (1912-1914)
  • Fuller, Timothy, Boston, Mass. (1936)
  • Fullerton, Hugh S., New York, N.Y. (1912-1924)
  • Fulpa Pottery, Flemington, N.J. (1918)
  • Fun-Magic-Mystery, Racine, Wisc. (1934)
  • Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York, N.Y. (1917)
  • Furman, Philip H. Co., New York, N.Y. (1919)
  • Furniture Advertiser, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Furniture Age, Chicago, Ill. (1928-1939)
  • Furniture Blue Book, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1927-1928)
  • Furrow, Moline, Ill. (1935-1940)
  • Futura Publications, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • Future, The Magazine For Young Men, Chicago, Ill. (1939-1940)

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F.

Correspondents include C.E. Fischer offering an income plan, Forsey Page enclosing a letter from Bruce C. Matson, who photographed the Sims property in 1933, W. Sherwood Fox, and T.H. Noble.

Sims family

Fagan, John L.

16 pieces of correspondence to and from John L. Fagan, short-hand reporter, relating to trial transcripts. Correspondents include F.W. Wegenast and A.W. Beament.

Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

Familienbriefe: 1947-1957.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Höpken and Sommer families. Includes several candid letters from Eduard Höpken that describe his experiences during and after World War II as well as the political climate in Germany during the 1950s. Of special interest is a family newsletter written in 1971 by Eduard and his wife Elisabeth Höpken that provides biographical information about their children including Gisela Sommer and her husband Ulrich Sommer, Johann Höpken, Walter Höpken, Karl Höpken, Wilhelm Höpken, and Peter Höpken. Records include letters and postcards.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1954-1958.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Ulrich Sommer and his wife Gisela Sommer’s immigration to Canada with their two children Cornelius Sommer and Angelika Sommer in 1954. Also contains letters confirming Ulrich and Gisela Sommer passed an exam designed for new Canadians that was established by the Government of Ontario’s Department of Education Information Branch. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, children’s drawings, pamphlets, hand-drawn floor plans, wallpaper samples, a cross-stitch sampler, and photographs of family members.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1958-1962.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters describing Eduard and Elisabeth Höpken’s impending trip to Canada and letters discussing Ulrich Sommer’s adult adoption by a man named Friedrich Joachim who lived in Germany. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, floor plans, and a wedding invitation.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1962-1966.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Of special interest is a letter written by Eduard Höpken on May 29, 1965 revealing that he was a dedicated member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany since 1930. Eduard claimed that he reinstated his support for the political party after 1945. In this letter, Eduard wrote about the development of laws to provide the state increased control during emergencies. Also contains correspondence between the Sommer family and Friederich Joachim. Friederich Joachim adopted Ulrich Sommer as an adult and he lived in Germany. Records include letters, post cards, birth announcements, and a funeral invitation.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1967-1969.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Ulrich Sommer and Cornelius Sommer’s studies in university, Angelika Sommer’s pending visit with her grandparents, and Lina Neumeyer Raatz’s declining health. Lina Neumeyer Raatz was Ulrich Sommer’s aunt and she lived in Germany. Also contains correspondence between the Sommer family and the Altenmueller family from Cooksville, Ontario. Records include letters, postcards, and pamphlets.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1969-1971.

Correspondence between various members of the Sommer family including letters that describe Cornelius Sommer’s European vacation and Angelika Sommer’s political involvement in Germany, her Marxist beliefs and her plans to pursue post-secondary education in Germany. Some letters also indicate that Angelika Sommer met and was dating Uwe Schriever, who later becomes her husband. Also includes greeting cards, postcards, a pamphlet, and photographs of Uwe Schriever, and the wedding of Friedemann and Petra (surnames unknown) in March 1970.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1971-1973.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters expressing concern for Angelika Sommer because she was increasingly committed to Communist ideologies and involved in politics in Germany during the 1970s. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, and a press clipping.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1973-1975.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Eduard Höpken’s declining health and Angelika Sommer’s relationship with her parents and her husband Uwe Schriever. Records include letters and greeting cards.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1976-1978.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Cornelius Sommer’s university graduation and his plans to open his own law firm as well as Angelika Sommer’s move to Hamburg, Germany. Also contains letters describing Isle Stein’s upcoming visit with Ulrich Sommer and Gisela Sommer in Canada. Records include letters, greeting cards, and postcards.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1979-1980.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters sent between Gisela Sommer and Ulrich Sommer that were written while Gisela visited her parents in Germany. Also contains a copy of the last will and testament of Friederich Höpken. Friederich Höpken was Eduard Höpken’s brother and he lived in Brazil. Records include letters, greeting cards, and postcards.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1981-1982.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters sent between Gisela Sommer and Ulrich Sommer that were written while Gisela visited her parents in Germany. Of special interest are German press clippings about the development of the German Democratic Republic in the 1980s. Records include letters, greeting cards, and press clippings.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1983-1985.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as information related to Angelika Sommer’s partner Gunther (surname unknown) and Cornelius Sommer’s request to his grandmother, Elisabeth Höpken, for a loan of money to buy a house near Toronto, Ontario. Records include letters, greeting cards, and postcards.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1985-1987.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters sent between Gisela Sommer and Ulrich Sommer that were written while Gisela visited her parents in Germany. Of special interest is a letter by Ulrich to Gisela that describes his experience attending Barker Fairley’s birthday celebration at University College in Toronto, Ontario on May 21, 1986. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, funeral invitations, and photographs of family members.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1988-1992.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as Angelika Sommer’s training and participation in a local choir and Cornelius Sommer’s trip to Hamburg, Germany in 1993. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, press clippings, and photographs of family members, events, pets, and a choir.

Sommer family

Familienbriefe: 1993-1999.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters interspersed with details about family life such as information about Angelika Sommer’s partner Gunther (surname unknown) and Angelika’s concern for Isle Stein’s well-being. Isle Stein was a friend of the Sommer family and she lived in Germany. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, press clippings and, photographs of family members, flowers, buildings, Christmas decorations, and art.

Sommer family

Family Letters: 1952-2008.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family and Wilhelm and Helga Höpken. Wilhelm and Helga Höpken are Gisela Sommer’s brother and sister-in-law. Of special interest is a programme for an exhibit presented by the University of Guelph from January 12, 2001 to March 17, 2001 titled, The John & Gisela Sommer Collection: 40 years of collections at Gallery House Sol. The exhibit featured 111 items, mostly books and prints, collected by Ulrich and Gisela Sommer for their art gallery, Gallery House Sol. All of the items featured in the exhibit were subsequently donated to the University of Guelph. Records include letters, greeting cards, post cards, a programme, press clippings and, photographs of family members, friends, plants, art, and animals.

Sommer family

Family correspodence.

File consists of sixteen items of correspondence between Kay Rex and other members of her family, as well as between other family members. Correspondents include:

  • Montgomery, Jennie
  • Montgomery, Jim
  • Rex, Beverly
  • Rex, Grace Montgomery
  • Rex, Kay
  • Rex, Lionel
  • [?], Mill (Aunt).

Also includes a folder of envelopes without correspondence.

Rex, Kay

Family.

File consists of materials accumulated by Kay Rex on the genealogy of her family. Includes photocopies, clippings, correspondence, biographies and photographs.

Rex, Kay

Federal and provincial government.

File consists of correspondence to and from G. Elmore Reaman relating to possible government employment and also to his pension. Includes one letter from Lester B. Pearson.

Reaman, George Elmore

Files from members, 1.

File consists of miscellaneous material probably accumulated by an unidentified association member. Includes correspondence, photocopied materials (article, poem, COAA executive and newsletter information, etc.), association membership lists, art show invitations, photographs of COAA members and events, and other material.

Central Ontario Art Association

Files from members, 2.

File consists of miscellaneous material probably accumulated by association member Linda [last name unknown]. Includes correspondence, photographs of COAA members and of art, an invitation to an art sale, and invitations to Crossection '95 (the annual juried members' show).

Central Ontario Art Association

Files from members, 4.

File consists of miscellaneous material accumulated by association members. Includes correspondence, advertisements, page proofs for a bulletin, COAA letterhead, a completed questionnaire, a newspaper clipping (relating to a sculpture at Wilfrid Laurier University), etc.

Central Ontario Art Association

Files from members, 5.

File consists of miscellaneous material probably accumulated by association member Ruth Camplin (also President, 1969). Includes exhibitors lists for various exhibitions (most but not all by the association), association news bulletins (incomplete, without cover pages and some loose pages), correspondence, flyers, and other material.

Central Ontario Art Association

Forbes, Margaret to Margaret Garden.

Letter from Margaret Forbes dated Inverury, October 4, 1835 addressed to Miss Garden, 204 Gallowgate, Aberdeen, hoping that Margaret will visit after the communion: "It always gives me pleasure to know that you have been favoured with such a Minister, who is likely to be zealous, in the cause of Christ … while God gives much grace to your young minister, he also will be the means of comforting you." She goes on to say, "We at present are well supplied with Gospel ministers, I pray for us, that the Spirit may accompany their labours," and ends by sending love to Jane and Jessy and hopes all can visit or write.

Sims family

Freelance.

File consists of materials relating to Kay Rex's freelance journalism and fiction work. Includes clippings, correspondence, photographs, and research for articles. Also includes the Spring 1961 edition of Echoes the magazine of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire which features the short story Cinderella.

Rex, Kay

French Canadians.

5 pieces of correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to French Canadians. Includes an item from the Totonto Star Nov. 19, 1936 by Claude Dubuc, "The Grievances of Quebec : a memorandum from the Economic Chambers of of Quebec to the Ontario Boards of Trade." Includes correspondence with Claude Dubuc.

Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

G Miscellaneous (file 1 of 3).

Correspondence to or from:

  • G. & R. Furniture Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. (1928)
  • Galahad Press, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • Gale, F.C., New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Gale, Zona, Portage, Wisc. (1915)
  • Gannett, Lottie A., Chicago, Ill. (1912)
  • Gannett Newspaper, Rochester, N.Y. (1933)
  • Gannett Publishing Company, Augusta, Me. (1923)
  • Gardner, Elizabeth Dean, Chicago, Ill. (1915)
  • Gardner, Horace J., Philadelphia, Pa. (1928)
  • Gardner, J. Book and News Dealer, Savannah, Ga. (1915)
  • Gardner's Store, Whitewater, Wisc. (1936)
  • Garland, H.L., New Orleans, La. (1937)
  • Garland, Hamlin, Hollywood, Calif. (1931-1932)
  • Garlick, S.M., Beloit, Wisc. (1915)
  • Garrett Booke Shoppe, Hartford, Conn. (1917)
  • Garvey Literary Society, Loretto, Pa. (1931)
  • Gary, Elbert H., New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Gas Appliance Merchandising, New York, N.Y. (1929)
  • Gaston, Williams & Wigmore, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1919)
  • Gatchell, Charles, Mrs., Ossining, N.Y. (1936)
  • Gay, Harry, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Gay Book Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Gearon-Ray Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • General Alloys Company, Boston, Ill. (1930)
  • General Board of Christian Education, Nashville, Tenn. (1931)
  • General Electric Company, Harrison, N.J. (1929)
  • General Exchange Insurance Corp., Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • General Foods Corporation, New York, N.Y. (1929-1930)
  • General Merchant of Canada, Toronto, Ont. (1927-1928)
  • General Motors Dealers News, Chicago, Ill. (1928-1931)
  • General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Geneva Daily Times, Geneva, N.Y. (1923)
  • Gentle, Lou, Whitewater, Wisc. (1936)
  • Gentlewoman, New York, N.Y. (1927-1928)
  • Geological and National History Survey, Madison, Wisc. (1916-1918)
  • Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. (1913-1918)
  • George, A.R., Mrs. (Louise Bennett Weaver), Des Moines, Iowa. (1923)
  • Georgia Motorist, Atlanta, Ga. (1927-1928)
  • Georgia Power Co., Atlanta, Ga. (1927)
  • Georgian and American, Atlanta, Ga. (1919)
  • Gerard, John, Stockton, N.J. (1916-1933)
  • Gerhardt, C., New York, N.Y. (1914)
  • Germann, Margaret, Fayetteville, Ark. (1930)
  • Gerstenberg, Alice, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Getting On, Chicago, Ill. (1924)
  • Geyer Publications, New York, N.Y. (1928-1930)

International Press Bureau

G Miscellaneous (file 3 of 3).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Grabhorn Press, San Francisco, Calif. (1936)
  • Grace, J.G., Ottawa, Ont. (1928)
  • Graeve, Oscar, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Graf, Nelly, Denver, Colo. (1936-1938)
  • Graffick, M.G., Brooklyn, N.Y. (1915)
  • Graham, A.S., New Brunswick, N.J. (1914)
  • Graham, Bessie, Philadelphia, Pa. (1932)
  • Graham, G., Alameda Calif. (1930-1931)
  • Graham, Gladys Wilmot, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Grand, Stanley, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1931)
  • Grand Central Zone Tab, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Grand Forks Herald, Grand Forks, N.D. (1920)
  • Grand Rapids Herald, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1933)
  • Grand Rapids News, Grand Rapids, Mich. (1914)
  • Granite Monthly, Concord, N.H. (1923-1925)
  • Grant, Charley, Gettysburg, Ohio. (1934)
  • Grant Advertising Company, Dallas, Tex. (1934-1936)
  • Grant, W.T. Company, New York, N.Y. (1929)
  • Graphic, Los Angeles, Calif. (1916)
  • Graves, R.S., Oklahoma City, Okla. (1915)
  • Graves, Ralph H., New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Gray, Albert S., Grand Rapids, Mich. (1916)
  • Gray, E. Detroit, Mich. (1912)
  • Gray, Frances, Berkeley, Calif. (1933)
  • Gray, Henry, London, England. (1919-1921)
  • Grayson, Donna, Santa Monica, Calif. (1931)
  • Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Great Lakes Recruit, Great Lakes, Ill. (1918)
  • Great North Western Telegraph Company, Toronto, Ont. (1917)
  • Great Northern Railway Company, St. Paul, Minn. (1931)
  • Great Northern Semaphore, St. Paul, Minn. (1926)
  • Green, Edward, Winnipeg, Man. (1933)
  • Green, Robert M. & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. (1927)
  • Greene, Anne Bosworth, South Woodstock, Vt. (1931)
  • Greene, Thomas E., Washington, D.C. (1919)
  • Greenfield Times, Greenfield, Ohio. (1932)
  • Greening & Co., London, England. (1913)
  • Gregory, Blanche, New York, N.Y. (1935-1937)
  • Gregory, Esther, Bushnell, Neb. (1918)
  • Gregory, Jackson, Auburn, Calif. (1923-1938)
  • Gregory, K., New York, N.Y. (1934)
  • Gregory Book Store, Inc., Providence, R.I. (1913)
  • Grey, Romer, Los Angeles, Calif. (1937)
  • Grey, Vivian, New York, N.Y. (1932)
  • Grey, Zane, Altadena, Calif. (1927-1938)
  • Griffin, A.J., Chicago, Ill. (1917)
  • Griffith, David W., Los Angeles, Calif. (1917)
  • Griffith, W.F., Pittsburgh, Pa. (1913)
  • Grimes Company, Washinton, D.C. (1928)
  • Grissinger, H.R., Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Groak, Irwin D., Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Grossman, Anton & Son, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Gruskin, Benjamin, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Grustin, George, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Guaranty Trust Co. of New York, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Guest, Union City, Ind. (1922-1923)
  • Guild Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. (1926)
  • Guildsman, Detroit, Mich. (1935-1936)
  • Gulf Publishing Company, Tulsa, Okla. (1927)
  • Gurnee, Odgers T., New York, N.Y. (1926-1931)
  • Guthrie Star Publishing Co., Guthrie, Okla. (1912)

International Press Bureau

G.

Correspondents include the Hon. Mr. Justice Godfrey, Supreme Court of Ontario, V. Evan Gray, Ainslie W. Greene, and Norman S. Gurd.

Sims family

Gallery House Sol: correspondence, press clippings and related material.

Correspondence primarily between members of the Sommer family. Includes letters discussing Gallery House Sol, an art gallery opened by Ulrich Sommer on Saturday, July 21, 1962. The gallery was located inside Ulrich Sommer’s home at 45 Charles Street in Georgetown, Ontario. Records include letters, greeting cards, postcards, press clippings, children’s drawings, a matinee program and a photograph possibly of Elisabeth Höpken reading on a ship in 1961.

Sommer family

Garden, John to Margaret, Jane, and Jessie Garden.

Letter to Margaret, Jane, and Jessie dated London, September 11, 1835 from their brother John Garden, in which he reports on the sad state of his health and wardrobe, asks for shirts and collars, but particularly for "flannel drawers and a surcoat." He reports that on reading Jessie's letter "an overpowering sort of sensation thrilled through me, such as I have not felt since I came here … never did I wish so much to be home" (includes envelope).

Sims family

Garden, Robert to Margaret, Jane, and Jessy Garden.

Partial letter from [Robert?] Garden dated London, 31 October, 1833, to "Dear Sisters," followed by a long disquisition on the proper response of women to changes in their circumstances: "It is the smile of contentment which ought to be on your lips even in the midst of the greatest difficulty." It is not made clear whether actual changes in circumstance in the financial or social standing Garden family are behind this well-meaning attempt to stave off discontent in the sisters. This is possibly from Garden sisters' brother Robert Garden.

Sims family

Garvin, John W.

Date: 1935.05.07 Place from: Toronto, Ont. To: Catley, Elaine M. From: Garvin, John W.

Response to letter from Catley regarding her poetry. Includes praise for "a marked improvement in [her] verse" and a request to have include some of her poems in a revised edition of Canadian Poets and Humorous Verse by Canadian Authors.

Catley, Elaine Maud

General : correspondence.

15 pieces of correspondence and correspondence copies to and from F.W. Wegenast, mostly relating to borrowed or acquired books and printed material. Correspondents include Mary Hawkins, Birth Control Society of Hamilton. Also includes one unsigned, undated document: Information and complaint on oath of Constable Emile Martel.

Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

Geneva Park : art shows & artists : 1989-1990s.

File consists of material relating to programs organized by the COAA, and mainly the annual workshops at Geneva Park (Longford Mills, Ontario) for 1994-1996 and the annual juried exhibition called Crossection for 1980-1982. Material relates to the organization and arrangement of the events. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, flyers and invitations, brochures, programs, exhibition lists, minutes, budgets, draft workshop descriptions, etc.

Central Ontario Art Association

Gerrie, Maria and John to father and Nancy [Samuel Bowman and Nancy Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Maria and John Gerrie to her father Samuel B. Bowman and sister Nancy Bowman. The letter is dated and addressed July 2, 1878, Hamilton. In the letter Maria discusses recent Dominion Day celebrations in Toronto and taking the boat from Hamilton to their. She also mentions strawberry picking, friends visiting and that she is planning on going to the Mechanic's Institute Library. She also entreats her father to come visit her soon by taking the Great Western and Hamilton line.

Bowman family

Gerrie, Maria to father and Allan [Samuel B. Bowman and Allan Bowman].

One item of correspondence from Maria Gerrie to her father Samuel B. Bauman and brother-in-law Allan Bowman (husband of sister Nancy). The letter is dated and addressed March 18, 1878, Hamilton. In the letter Maria mentions that she has recently married John Gerrie and that they have just moved from Stratford to Hamilton. She also describes their new home in detail and compares it to the previous one.

Bowman family

Giraffe book 1980 update by Anne Innis Dagg.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's update of The giraffe for reprint. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg, notes, and editorial changes. Outgoing going correspondence includes numerous carbon copies of letters to officials in various African countries requesting updates to the distribution of giraffe populations (see File 37 for distribution information solicited for first version of book). File also inlcudes works by Anne Innis Dagg: "second edition update" (1980), ts. 43 [5] leaves, photocopy.

Incoming correspondents include:

  • J. Bristol Foster (1980-1994)
  • Robert E. Krieger - Krieger Publishing Company (1980-
  • Scott White - Swarthmore College (November 8, 1978) [includes copy of article by White regarding giraffe behaviour]
  • [illegible] - Republique du Senegal Ministere du Development Rural (May 17, 1980)
  • Yusuf Mohamed Ahmed - National Range Agency Wild Life Department, Somalia (August 30, 1980)
  • Vaughan A. Langman - Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (May 22, 1980)
  • L. Karstad - Ministry of Agriculture, Veterinary Services Department, Kenya (May 29, 1980)
  • Ngog Nje Jean - Republique Unie du Cameroun Organisation pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (May 30, 1980; October 13, 1980)
  • N. J. Dippenaar - Transvaal Museum (June 6, 1980)
  • Elizabeth O. Wangari - Ministry of Environmental and Natural Resources, Kenya (August 1, 1980)
  • Vaughan A. Langman - University of Nairobi, Department of Animal Physiology (July 31, 1980)
  • Gail Ryan - University of Waterloo, Department of Physics (July 30, 1980)
  • S. C. J. Joubert - Kruger National Park, South Africa (July 14, 1980)
  • S. Heather-Hayes - African Wildlife Leadership Foundation (July 7, 1980)
  • D. C. D. Happold - Australian National University, Department of Zoology (July 3, 1980)
  • Kakiese Onfine - Republique de Zaire Institut Zairos pour la Conservation de la Nature (August 5, 1980)
  • J. E. Lensing - Department of Agriculture and Nature Conservation, South Africa (July 2, 1980)
  • D. K. Andere - Ministry of Environment and Natural Resouces, Kenya (June 26, 1980)
  • C. J. Lightfoot - Department of National Parks and Wild Life Management, Zimbabwe (June 30, 1980) [includes abstracts and map from M.Sc. thesis by Lightfoot related to Dagg's area of interest]
  • Jaime Tora - Republica Popular de Mocambique Ministerio da Agricultura (June 26, 1980)
  • P.W. Sichone - Chilanga, Zambia ([June 1980])
  • Teshome Ashine - Wildlife Conservation and Development Team, Ethiopia (June 5, 1980)
  • E. Mukasa - International Livestock Centre for Africa, Ethiopia (June 9, 1980)
  • [Unopened returned letter from Dagg to the Department of Wild Animals in Chad] (1980)
  • M. Cisse - Department de Zoologie des Vertebres Terrestres, West Africa (n.d.)
  • F. S. Njau - United Republic of Tanzania Ministry of Natural Resources and Animal Production (July 29, 1980)
  • O. Bourquin - National Parks, Games and Fish Preservation Board, South Africa (July 8, 1980)

Dagg, Anne Innis

Giraffe book : distribution letters.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's research on the distribution of giraffe populations in various African countries. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg, notes, 2 maps of South Africa, 1 ca. 1960 map of Mocambique, and 1 map of Rhodesia with hand colouring and annotations.

Incoming correspondents include:

  • H. Sandon - University of Khartoum (December 23, 1959)
  • Dr. Ing. Franz Losimfeldt Heske - Department of Forestry and Game, Ethiopia ([December?] 24, 1959)
  • H. F. Lamprey - Game biologist, Tanganyika (December 30, 1959)
  • P. [illegible] - Ministere de l'economique rurale et de la cooperation, Senegal (December 31,1959)
  • [illegible] - Game Department, Nairobi (January 4, 1960)
  • E. B. Edney - University of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (January 4, 1960)
  • J. Meester - Transvaal Museum (January 4, 1960)
  • [illegible] - Northern Rhodesia Office of the Headquarters Game Officer (January 5, 1960)
  • [illegible] - South West Africa Office of the Administrator, Windhoek (January 7, 1960)
  • E. Davison - Office of the Chief Game Warden Federal National Parks Dept., Southern Rhodesia (January 12, 1960)
  • P. L. Dekeyser - University de Dakar Institut Francais D'Afrique Noire (January 19, 1960)
  • R. Hault - Congo Belge Direction Generale (January 19, 1960)
  • J. J. Lawrie - Ministry of Natural Resources, Somaliland Protectorate (February 4, 1960)
  • P. F. Bromfield - Bechuanaland Protectorate (February 10, 1960)
  • Eduardo de Castro Amaro - Provincia de Mocambique (February 10, 1960)
  • Solad Abdi Mohamud - Minister of Agriculture & Livestock of Somalia Government (February 11, 1960)
  • [J. E.?] Webb - University College of Ibadan (February 24, 1960)
  • George A. Petrides - Michigan State University (July 5, 1961)
  • H. K. Buechner - Washington State University (September 29, 1961)
  • Allan C. Brooks - Game Department, Uganda (October 14, 1961) [includes hand drawn map of Uganda]
  • Reay H. N. Smithers - National Museums of Rhodesia (June 4, 1968)
  • W. F. H. Ansell - Chilanga, Zambia (March 10, 1971)
  • Abdirahman Haji Noor - Republica Democratica Somalia Ministry of Rural Development & Livestock (March 15, 1971)
  • Alexandre de Sousa Dias - Provincia de Mocambique Direccao Dos Servicos Veterinaria (March 17, 1971)
  • A. C. Campbell - Republic of Botswana Department of Wildlife & National Parks (March 18, 1971) [includes map showing distribution of giraffe populations in Botswana]
  • Fraser Tong - Demoncratic Republic of the Sudan, Ministry of Animal Resources, Game & Fisheries (March 23, 1971)
  • Mabratu Fesseha - Imperial Ethiopian Government Wild Life Conservation Department (March 30, 1971)
  • Paul Pierret - Republique Demoncratique du Congo Institut National Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (March 31, 1971)
  • J. H. Grobler - Department of National Parks and Wild Life Management, Rhodesia (April 14, 1971)
  • R. I. G. Attwell - Department of National Parks and Wild Life Management, Rhodesia (April 21, 1971)
  • Julio Lopes - Safrique (April 29, 1971) [includes 1967 map of Mocambique]
  • A. A. Ferrar - Kyle National Park Wildlife Research Unit (May 11, 1971) [includes map of South Africa with hand draw annotations]
  • Vasco Antunes Sousa Dias - Direccao Provincial dos Servicos de Veterinaria (August 30, 1971)
  • Elizabeth M. Nesbit Elliott - East Rudolf National Park, Kenya (April 1974)

Dagg, Anne Innis

Giraffe book, 1976.

Contains material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's book The giraffe. Includes correspondence to and from Anne Innis Dagg, notes and editorial feedback, a chapter index, book jacket, documents relating to the publication, royalty receipts, and reviews. Includes 7 slides, 2 photographs.

Incoming correspondents include:

  • Anne [no last name] (July 10, 1950)
  • Major A. N. Weinman - Zoological Gardens of Ceylon (April 22, 1960)
  • Peter Mann - Ontario Veterinary College (September 21, 1965)
  • Prof. Dr. H. Hediger - Jahre Zurcher Zoo (January 14, 1975)
  • A. J. Hall-Martin - University of Pretoria (March 7, 1974)
  • [J. Camphus?] - Transvaal Museum (October 12, 1973)
  • J. Bristol Foster (1956-1979)
  • Oliver G. Jones - Zoological Society of London (October 10, 1956)
  • L. Harrison Matthews - Zoological Society of London (1957-1969)
  • C.S. Churcher - University of Toronto (? 27, 1958; January 7, 1974)
  • Knut Schmidt-Nielsen - Duke University (November 9, 1960)
  • F. Bourlière - Faculté de médecine de Paris (December 23, 1960; July 3, 1961)
  • E. J. Barden - University of Edinburgh (February 21, 1961)
  • R. J. Ortlepp - Union of South Africa Department of Agriculture (April 4, 1961)
  • R. F. Dasmann - Museum of Vertebrate Zoology University of California (June 16, 1961)
  • Dr. D. Serfontein (June 24, 1961; August 28, 1961)
  • Fred H. Ellins - Star Weekly (December 15, 1964)
  • Richard Greene - Grolier (September 9, 1964)
  • R. F. Ewer - Rhodes University (November 11, 1964)
  • William Stephenson (November 30, 1964)
  • William Feindel - McGill University (December 7, 1964; December 18, 1964; January 8, 1965)
  • Richard Carrington - [Zoological Society of London?] - (May 18, 1965 )
  • Laurance Wallace - Reed College (1965-1966)
  • B + A + E + now M [Bristol, Anne Eric and Mark] (May 19, 1966)
  • Isobel M. Clark - W. J. Gage Limited (May 1, 1968)
  • Miriam Rothschild (October 29, 1968)
  • Ronald R. Reuther - Recreation and Park Department Golden Gate Park (March 28, 1969)
  • Julian Shuckburgh - George Weidenfeld & Nicholson Lmited (May 12, 1969)
  • Richard Carrington (May 19, 1969)
  • J. Bristol Foster (August 11, 1969)
  • [OA?] (February 2, 1970)
  • Harry Hoogstraal - U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3 Medical Zoology Department (March 5, 1971; March 25, 1974)
  • Bob [Robert] Bateman - ([ca. 1972])
  • J. Bristol Foster (May 15, 1973)
  • Vaughan A. Langman (May 19, 1974)
  • C. A. Spinage - College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka (June 6, 1974)
  • J. Bristol Foster (December 21, 1974)
  • Vernon N. Kisling, Jr. - Metropolitan Dade County Florida Park & Recreation Department (January 17, 1975) [slides clipped to letter]
  • Georgia Narita - Van Norstrand Reinhold Company (January 28, 1975)
  • Rachel Davison - Van Norstrand Reinhold Company (1975)
  • Alberta Gordon - Van Norstrand Reinhold Company (1975-1976)
  • Ashak M. Rawji - Van Norstrand Reinhold Company (1976)
  • J. Bristol Foster - Lands Branch Department of Lands, Forests and Water Resources Victoria, B.C. (1976)
  • D. F. [Poplin?] - Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle (1978)
  • J. Bristol Foster (1979)
  • H. G. Vevers - Zoological Society of London (1974)

Dagg, Anne Innis

Goldie, Alex R. to Harvey J. Sims.

Typewritten letter from Alex R. Goldie dated May 13, 1937 to Harvey J. Sims, concerning the visit of the Governor-General to Kitchener on May 19, 1937.

Sims family

Governor-General's awards board.

File consists of correspondence between G. Elmore Reaman and Frank Stiling, chair of the Governor-General's Awards Board, concerning the former's role as one of the judges for the award for creative non-fiction in 1953 and 1954.

Reaman, George Elmore

Graeff, Arthur D.

File consists of correspondence between G. Elmore Reaman and his friend historian Arthur D. Graeff concerning their mutual interest in Pennsyvania German history.

Reaman, George Elmore

Grandma : correspondence received.

Four pieces of correpondence addressed to "Grandma." It is not clear who this refers to.

Date and Place from: n.d. s.l. To Grandma From Wismer, Johnny.

Date and Place from: March 20, 1875 Landisville, N.J. To Grandma From Wismer, J.E.

Date and Place from: June 1, 1884 Campden, ON To Grandma From Moyer, Ella Notes: Includes letter from Burness Moyer.

Date and Place from: October 4, 1885 Cedar Falls, Iowa To Grandma ? From Moyer, Sophie.

Schantz Russell Family

Grasshopper I : publishers' correspondence.

File consists of forty one items of manuscript and typescript correspondence between Bernard Suits and publishers regarding his book "The Grasshopper: Games, Life and Utopia." Also included are royalty statements and a signed Memorandum of Agreement between Suits and the University of Toronto Press dated September 29, 1977.

Correspondents include:
• Basic Books Inc.;
• Bayliss, Catherine;
• Carver, Catharine;
• Davidson, R.I.K.;
• Epton, Arli;
• Ferris, April;
• Fitchen, Allen N.;
• The Free Press;
• Godine, David R.;
• Gray, Lisa;
• Green, Ashbel;
• Harper and Row;
• Isay, Jane;
• Jamieson, Jean C.;
• Livernois, Audrey M.;
• Marshall, Hilary S.;
• Mirrieless, James F.;
• Parker, Margaret;
• Peroni, Gwen;
• Stallworthy, Jon;
• Stokes, John;
• Wilson, N.W.

Suits, Bernard

Greenham, Henry.

Date: 1927.05.25 Place from: Banff, Alberta To: Catley, Elaine M. From: Greenham, Henry

Response to letter from Catley regarding a poem by Greenham.

Catley, Elaine Maud

H Miscellaneous (file 1 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Haeger Potteries Inc., Dundee, Ill. (1947)
  • Haessler, Carl, Chicago, Ill. (1933)
  • Hagen, Frank E., Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kan. (1932)
  • Half-Century Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Half Pint, Pasadena, Calif. (1928)
  • Halifax Herald, Halifax, N.S. (1920)
  • Hall, Baird, New York, N.Y. (1944)
  • Hall, Clarence W., Chicago, Ill. (1941)
  • Hall, Frederick, Berea, Ky. (1942)
  • Hall, Gilman, New York, N.Y. (1918)
  • Hall, Lyman B., Upper Darby, Pa. (1949)
  • Hall, Wilbur, San Anselmo, Calif. (1926-1937)
  • Hamiltonian, Chicago, Ill. (1921-1930)
  • Hammer, K.L. Advertising, Oakland, Calif. (1926)
  • Hammermill Paper Company, Erie, Pa. (1946)
  • Hammond, Hilda Phelps, New Orleans, La. (1946-1951)
  • Hancock, La Touche, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Hanlon, Brooke, Philadelphia, Pa. (1937-1940)
  • Hanna, Mark, New York, N.Y. (1952)
  • Hannum, Robert M., Peoria, Ill. (1940)
  • Hansen, Robert R., Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Harben, Robert, London, England. (1952)
  • Harding, A.R., Columbus, Ohio. (1916-1918)
  • Harding, Walter, Bridgewater, Mass. (1946)
  • Hardless, Charles R., Calcutta, E. India. (1913)
  • Hardware Age, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Hardware Retailer, Indianapolis, Ind. (1929)
  • Hardy, R. Wesley, Chicago, Ill. (1917)
  • Hargreaves, George T., Jamaica, N.Y. (1917)
  • Harkey, J.W., Matthews, N.C. (1947)
  • Harlem Book Company, New York, N.Y. (1949)
  • Harmon, Marie M., San Francisco, Calif. (1948-1949)
  • The Harmonizer, Ft. Wayne, Ind. (1930-1931)
  • Harmsworth, Alfred, London, England. (1914)
  • Harper, Marguerite E., New York, N.Y. (1931-1936)
  • Harries, Houser & Jones, Toronto, Ont. (1950-1951)
  • Harriman, E.E., New York, N.Y. (1922-1945)
  • Harriman, Joseph, Wolverhampton, England. ([19--])
  • Harriman, Karl Edwin, New York, N.Y. (1930)
  • Harris, Arthur M., Olympia, Wash. (1923)
  • Harris, H.E., Boston, Mass. (1931)
  • Harris, Lane W., Boston, Mass. (1916)
  • Harrison, Edith Ogden, Chicago, Ill. (1920-1921)
  • Harrison, Henry Sydnor, New York, N.Y. (1926)
  • Harrison, Melvin, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1951)
  • Harrison Company, Atlanta, Ga. (1939)
  • Hart, Jerome A., San Francisco, Calif. (1924)
  • Hart, Leo, Rochester, N.Y. (1934)
  • Hart, Ruth, Olive View, Calif. (1949)
  • Hartford Agent, Hartford, Conn. (1927)
  • Hartford Courant, Hartford, Conn. (1920)
  • Hartford Publishing Corp., New York, N.Y. (1930)
  • Hartford Times, Hartford, Conn. (1919-1921)
  • Hartford Women, Hartford, Conn. (1929)
  • Hartman, C.L., Canoga Park, Calif. (1952)
  • Harvester World, Chicago, Ill. (1926-1928)
  • Harvey, Fred, Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Hasbrouck, Louise Seymour, Woodstock, N.Y. (1931)
  • Hass, Robert, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Hatch, Eric, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (1935-1941)
  • Hatler, Margaret Butler, Parsons, Kan. (1952)

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H Miscellaneous (file 2 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Haverfordian, Haverford, Pa. (1926)
  • Hawkins, Frederick B., Westwood, N.J. (1913)
  • Hawkins, Glenn W., Lansing, Mich. (1927)
  • Hawkins, Lucy Rogers, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Hawkins, Willard E., Denver, Colo. (1917-1918)
  • Hawley, Harriet S., Brookfield Center, Conn. (1950)
  • Hawthorn, John L., Nashville, Tenn. (1943)
  • Hawthorne-Oehrle-Kempshall, Inc., Omaha, Neb. (1922-1926)
  • Haycox, Ernest, New York, N.Y. (1935-1944)
  • Hayden, John L., Schenectady, N.Y. (1927)
  • Hayes, D.B., San Francisco, Calif. (1927)
  • Hayes, Will, New York, N.Y. (1929)
  • Hayes, William Edward, Elkton, Md. (1936-1941)
  • Hayloft Book and Print Shop, West Cornwall, Conn. (1947)
  • Hayn, Fred H., Washington, D.C. (1912)
  • Heynes, Nelma, Nashville, Tenn. (1953)
  • Hayward, Jane Screven, Hendersonville, N.C. (1926)
  • Hayward, Leland, New York, N.Y. (1938)
  • Headlight, Toledo, Ohio. (1927)
  • Health and Beauty Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Heart of the Home, Camden, N.J. (1930)
  • Heartmen, Charles F., Metuchen, N.J. (1927)
  • Heath, A.M. & Company Limited, London, England. (1926)
  • Hecht, Lucille, Aurora, Ill. (1932)
  • Hedrick, Gertrude H., Arkansas, Kan. (1946)
  • Heerlein, Phil, Denver, Colo. (1948)
  • Heffer, S. and Sons, Ltd., Cambridge, England. (1937)
  • Heinemann, William, London, England. (1930)
  • Heinen, Ralph, Toledo, Ohio. (1947)
  • Heinlein, Robert A., Colorado Springs, Colo. (1950)
  • Heming, Arthur, Toronto, Ont. (1922)
  • Hench, Horace B., Chicago, Ill. (1936)
  • Hendryx, Doris, Denver, Colo. (1952-1953)
  • Hendryx, James B., Sutton Bay, Mich. (1935-1942)
  • Henkels, Stan V., Philadelphia, Pa. (1927)
  • Henkle, Rae D. Co., Inc., New York, N.Y. (1927-1928)
  • Henley, Norman W. Publishing Co., New York, N.Y. (1921)
  • Henri, Hurst and McDonald, Chicago, Ill. (1941)
  • Henry, Bruce, L., Detroit, Mich. (1935)
  • Henry, Joseph C.B., Los Angeles, Calif. (1936)
  • Henshaw, R.S., Chicago, Ill. (1932)
  • The Herald, Franklin, Pa. (1917)
  • Herbert, Arthur, New York, N.Y. (1951)
  • Herford, Oliver, New York, N.Y. (1927)
  • Hergesheimer, Joseph, West Chester, Pa. (1926)
  • Herman, William A., New York, N.Y. (1946)
  • Hermann, Jean, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Hershman, Morris, New York, N.Y. (1948)
  • Hervey, Michael, Prittlewell, England. (1948)
  • Heselton, John, Washington, D.C. (1947)
  • Hewes, Madeleine, Newtown, Conn. (1946)
  • Heywood, Rosalie, Victoria, B.C. (1951)
  • Hicks, Clinton M., Miami, Fla. (1949)
  • Hicks, John Edward, Kansas City, Mo. (1950)
  • Hift, Fred, New York, N.Y. (1949)
  • Higgins, Aileen Cleveland, Palo Alto, Calif. (1932)
  • Higgins, Ruth Holway, London, Ont. (1940)
  • Higgs, Alfred E. G., Bar Harbor, Me. (1930-1931)
  • High Road, Nashville, Tenn. (1928)
  • Hill and Peters, New York, N.Y. (1936)
  • Hill Bernard, Detroit, Mich. (1949)
  • Hill, Carolyn Bailey, Temple, N.H. (1947)
  • Hill, Eldon C., Oxford, Ohio. (1950)
  • Hill, Geroge M., Denver, Colo. (1931-1932)
  • Hill, John D., Oak Park, Ill. (1928)
  • Hill, Walter M., Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Hill's National Reporting Co., Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Hillman, H., Chicago, Ill. (1915)
  • Hinkle, Douglas P., Kankakee, Ill. (1947)
  • Hinkley, N.B., [?]. (1913)
  • Hinkley & Schmitt, Inc., Chicago, Ill. (1927-1946)
  • Hincks, Carroll C., New Haven, Conn. ([19--])
  • Hinde & Dauch Paper Co., Sandusky, Ohio. (1915)
  • Hinds, Sylvia F., Livermore Falles, [M?]. (1942)
  • Hinsdale Sanitarium, Hinsdale, Ill. (1934)
  • Hippler, S.W., Buffalo, N.Y. (1910-1912)

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H Miscellaneous (file 3 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Hoards Dairyman, Fort Atkinson, Wis. (1921-1927)
  • Hobart, Alice Tisdale, Martinez, Calif. (1940)
  • Hobbs, George C., South Bend, Ind. (1925)
  • Hobby, Laura Aline, Dallas, Tex. (1949)
  • Hobson, Frances, Kansas City, Mo. (1945)
  • Hochshild, Kohn & Co., Baltimore, Md. (1926)
  • Hodge, William, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1914)
  • Hodges, Hazel L., Detroit, Mich. (1914-1936)
  • Hodgins, Eric, New York, N.Y. (1949)
  • Hodiamont Herald, St. Louis, Mo. (1922-1923)
  • Hodkinson Corporation, New York, N.Y. (1919-1922)
  • Hoehling, A.A., Noroton Heights, Conn. (1950)
  • Hoffman, Arthur Sullivant, Carmel, N.Y. (1937)
  • Hoffman, Richard H., New York, N.Y. (1949)
  • Hogan, Ray, Albuquerque, N.M. (1952)
  • Hogg, John, Jackson, Mich. (1947)
  • Holbrook, Weare, Detroit, Mich. (1927)
  • Holding, Elizabeth Sanxay, New York, N.Y. (1937-1949)
  • Holiday, New York, N.Y. (1930)
  • Holiday, Heather, Seattle, Wash. (1945)
  • Holland, Rupert Sargent, Wayne, Pa. (1931)
  • Holland & Johnson, Boston, Mass. (1946-1947)
  • Holland Bros., Birmingham, England. (1928-1931)
  • Hollander, A.M., Pasadena, Calif. (1930)
  • Holliday Book Shop, New York, N.Y. (1942)
  • Holly, F.M., Sarasota, Fla. (1918-1944)
  • Holly Book Store, Philadelphia, Pa. (1916)
  • Hollywood Film Enterprises, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. (1930)
  • Holmes, Blanche, San Francisco, Calif. (1923)
  • Holmes Book Company, Oakland, Calif. (1927-1932)
  • Holton, Edith Austin, Deland, Fla. (1943)
  • Home and Field, New York, N.Y. (1930)
  • Home Correspondence School, Springfield, Mass. (1921)
  • Home Instructor, Quincy, Ill. (1919)
  • Home Insurance Company, Chicago, Ill. (1915-1916)
  • Home Life, Chicago, Ill. (1913-1914)
  • Home News, Indianapolis, Ind. (1929)
  • Home Sector, New York, N.Y. (1920)
  • Home Talk-Item and Home Talk-Star, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1930)
  • Homemaker, Little Rock, Ark. (1930-1931)

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H Miscellaneous (file 4 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Hood Extension Garment Hanger Co., Inc., Dallas, Tex. (1936)
  • Hooven Letter Service, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Hooper, Charles Edward, Middle Haddam, Conn. (1916)
  • Hoosier Motorist, Indianapolis, Ind. (1927)
  • Hoover, [?], Mr., New York, N.Y. (1919)
  • Hope Fire Company, Great Barrington, Mass. (1947)
  • Hopkins, John H. & Son, Publishers, New York, N.Y. (1935-1937)
  • Hopkins, R.S., Hinsdale, Ill. (1936)
  • Hopkins-Burmeister Co., Chicago, Ill. (1928-1929)
  • Hopson, William L., Oro Grande, Calif. (1952)
  • Horan, Kenneth, Evanston, Ill. (1937-1942)
  • Horch, Franz J., New York, N.Y. (1951)
  • Horder, H.G., Chicago, Ill. (1936-1944)
  • Horn, Holloway, Berkhamsted, England. (1946-1953)
  • Horn, John J., Chicago, Ill. (1935)
  • Horn, Roy De S., Atlanta, Ga. (1924)
  • Horner, Inis L., Eaton Rapids, Mich. (1951)
  • Horse Review, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Horseman's Book Shop, Freeport, Ill. (1945)
  • Horsley, David, Los Angeles, Calif. (1915)
  • Horton, Clara A., Long Island, N.Y. (1935-1936)
  • Hosiery Retailer, Boston, Mass. (1928)
  • Hot Dog, Cleveland, Ohio. (1924)
  • Hotel Monthly Press, Chicago, Ill. (1929)
  • Hough, Clarence, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Hough, Donald, Laguna Beach, Calif. (1941)
  • Hough, Emerson, Chicago, Ill. (1918-1919)
  • Houghton, Carolyn Wells, New York, N.Y. (1923-1937)
  • Houghton, E.F. & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. (1929)
  • Hougland, Walter G., Paducah, Ky. (1947)
  • House Organ Review, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1928)
  • Houston, Margaret Bell, Los Angeles, Calif. (1934-1940)
  • Houston Chronicle, Houston, Tex. (1915-1925)
  • Hovey, Frederick S., Philadelphia, Pa. (1916)
  • How To Sell, Mount Morris, Ill. (1924-1930)
  • Howard, Joseph, Pittsfield, Mass. (1951)
  • Howard, Vernon, San Francisco, Calif. (1950)
  • Howden-Smith, Arthur D., Brooklyn, N.Y. (1938)
  • Howe Publishing Society For the Blind., Cleveland, Ohio. (1928)
  • Howell, New York, N.Y. (1918)
  • Howell, John, San Francisco, Calif. (1926-1927)
  • Howell, Joseph E., Tulsa, Okla. (1935)
  • Howes, Wright, Chicago, Ill. (1927-1950)
  • Howland, H.H., New York, N.Y. (1935)

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H Miscellaneous (file 5 of 5).

Correspondence to or from:

  • Hubbard, Loyala Lee, Miami, Fla. (1953)
  • Huddleston, Blanche, Rowe, N.M. (1944)
  • Hudson Bay Company, Winnipeg, Man. (1917)
  • Hudson City Savings Institution, Hudson, N.Y. (1928)
  • Hudson Observer, Hobken, N.J. (1912)
  • Hudson River Day Line, New York, N.Y. (1947)
  • Hudson Theater, New York, N.Y. (1947)
  • Hueston, Ethel, Hill City, S.D. (1932-1933)
  • Huey Company, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1937)
  • Huff, M. Wells, Princeton, N.J. (1949)
  • Huffman, W.F. Printing Co., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. (1930)
  • Hughes, Howard, Hollywood, Calif. (1932)
  • Hughes, Rupert, Los Angeles, Calif. (1927-1941)
  • Hughes Massie & Co., New York, N.Y. (1924-1927)
  • Hugli-Guy, Ethel, Bern, Switzerland. (1915)
  • Hume, Fergus, Rayleigh, England. (1916)
  • Humphries, Bruce Inc., Boston, Mass. (1932)
  • Hundley, S.P., Champaign, Ill. (1931)
  • Hunt, Caroline O., Washington, D.C. (1915)
  • Hunt, Ruth, Chicago, Ill. (1931-1932)
  • Hunter, Everett Boat Co., McHenry, Ill. (1920-1922)
  • Hunter, Paul, Nashville, Tenn. (1914)
  • Hunting, Gardner, Bethel, Conn. (1932)
  • Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, W.Va. (1917)
  • Huntting, H.R. Company, Springfield, Mass. (1936-1950)
  • Hurley, Edward N., Chicago, Ill. (1927-1928)
  • Hurschler, Lee, New Orleans, La. (1946)
  • Hurst, E.A., Baxter Springs, Kan. (1929)
  • Hurst, Fannie, New York, N.Y. (1935-1942)
  • Hurst and Blackett, Limited, London, England. (1913)
  • Hussey, Ruth B., Bridgeport, Conn. (1947)
  • Huston, A.J., Portland, Me. (1914-1943)
  • Hutchington, Mahlon, Milford, Del. (1913)
  • Hutchinson, S.S., San Antonio, Tex. (1916)
  • Huth, John F., Cleveland, Ohio. (1949)
  • Hy Art Film Corporation, New York, N.Y. (1920)
  • Hyde, Robert, Santa Barbara, Calif. (1948-1951)
  • Hydro Electric Power Commission, Toronto, Ont. (1929-1930)
  • Hygrade Lamp Co., Salem, Mass. (1928)
  • Hyland's Book Store, Portland, Or. (1916)
  • Hyman, Frank W., New York, N.Y. (1916)
  • Hwass & Ishoy, Chicago, Ill. (1912)

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Correspondents include Lieut. L.K. Harrison (Director of Music, Royal Canadian Regiment), Sir A. Wilson Hungerford, Belfast (fellow bowler), Elizabeth M. Harper (Fellow of the Royal Empire Society and Men of the Trees), Homer Heard (to and from concerning work done at Chicopee), Allison Heasley, and "Harry."

Sims family

Haida book material.

Correspondence from Kenneth H. Pearson, Vice-President, Publishing at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding a proposed series of books about Indigenous peoples in Canada. In the correspondence, Kenneth Pearson proposed that the books be published for the British Columbia Ministry of Education for the grade 4 social studies curriculum. Also includes correspondence from Jocelyn Smith, a staff member at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding an edited manuscript.

Additionally contains manuscript notes and typescript draft chapters of a book titled, "The Haida: People of the Land and Sea" by E Palmer Patterson and Nancy-Lou Patterson. Also includes photocopied curriculum documents from the British Columbia Ministry of Education.

Patterson, E Palmer

Hailer, John Jacob to Jacob Wagner.

Correspondence from John Jacob Hailer to his son-in-law Jacob Wagner and daughter Margaret Hailer Wagner. The letter discusses the health of their family and local families, including an eye sickness that is going around. As well, John Jacob talks about the plight of their church and the bountiful summer crops. He ends the letter by sending greetings to new born Louis Henry Wagner and infant Catherine Wagner, and a post script indicates that Catherine Wirtz is supposed to come into a sum of money.

Wagner Hailer family

Hancock, Irene to Ray Strachey.

Correspondence from Irene Hancock to Ray Strachey, largely discussing the health of, and plans for, Barbara. Irene indicates that Barbara does not want to stay in Vienna but that she may again change her mind on this. As well, Irene states that Barbara has been unwell for the week and suspects that she may be anemic.

Hancock, Irene

Hauch, J.R. to Louis Henry Wagner.

Correspondence from J.R. Hauch to Louis Henry Wagner. The postcard discusses Hauch having to go before a tribunal and would Louis Henry attend, and also bring a basket of grapes.

Wagner Hailer family

Holland : correspondence.

7 pieces of correspondence and transcripts of documents relating to birth control in Holland. Correspondents include Mary Hawkins, Birth Control Society of Hamilton; and others.

Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

Hoster, Constance to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Constance Hoster, owner of Mrs. Hoster's Typewriting, Shorthand and Translation Offices stating that Irene Hancock took a six month course in secretarial training and recommending her for a position.

Hancock, Irene

Hoster, Constance to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Constance Hoster, owner of Mrs. Hoster's Typewriting, Shorthand and Translation Offices stating that Irene Hancock took a six month course in secretarial training and recommending her for a position.

Hancock, Irene

Hubback, Eva Marian to Irene Hancock.

correspondence from Eva Marian Hubback. Letter states that Mrs. Horton has been hired by the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship at a salary of 250

Hancock, Irene

Hubback, Eva Marian to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Eva Marian Hubback. Letter indicates that Irene Hancock will be stepping down from her position as General Secretary with the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship, of which Hubback was Chairman of Parliamentary Committee at the time.

Hancock, Irene

Hughes, Hester S to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Hester S. Hughes. The letter states that Hester will miss Irene at the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship and wishes her luck in her future.

Hancock, Irene

Hutton, Dr. W.L. : correspondence. :

Correspondence to and from W.L. Hutton, Medical Officer of Health, Brantford, Ont. and President, Eugenics Society of Canada, F.W. Wegenast, and others, mostly regarding books and printed material.

Wegenast, Franklin Wellington

I Miscellaneous.

Correspondence to or from:

  • I Confess, New York, N.Y. (1926)
  • Ideal Publishing Corp., New York, N.Y. (1943)
  • Idlewild Turkey Ranch, Whittemore, Mich. (1936)
  • Illinois Book Exchange, Chicago, Ill. (1909)
  • Illinois Central System, Chicago, Ill. (1921-1936)
  • Illinois Farmer and Farmer's Guide, Quincy, Ill. (1918)
  • Illinois Guardsman, Chicago, Ill. (1937)
  • Illinois Motorist, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Illinois State-Journal, Springfield, Ill. (1915)
  • Illinois State Register, Springfield, Ill. (1917)
  • Illustrated Campanion, New York, N.Y. (1918-1919)
  • Illustrated Detective Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1931-1932)
  • Illustrated Home Sewing Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • Illustrated Love Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1931-1933)
  • Illustrated News, Los Angeles, Calif. (1933)
  • Illustrated Daily News, New York, N.Y. (1919)
  • Illustrated News Mirror, Toronto, Ont. (1923)
  • Illustrated World, Chicago, Ill. (1922-1923)
  • Imperial Press, Sugar Land, Tex. (1928)
  • Independent, Kansas City, Mo. (1929)
  • Independent, Lowry City, Mo. (1914)
  • Independent Pressroom, Minneapolis, Minn. (1932)
  • Independent Salesman, Cincinnati, Ohio. (1927)
  • Independent Woman, New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • Indiana Catholic & Record, Indianapolis, Ind. (1930)
  • Indiana Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind. (1914)
  • Indianapolis Times, Indianapolis, Ind. (1918)
  • Industrial Banker, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Insdustrial Distributor & Salesman, Chicago, Ill. (1928)
  • Industrial Dixie, Dallas, Tex. (1928)
  • Industrial Executive, New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Industrial Pioneer, Chicago, Ill. (1923)
  • Industrial Power, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Industrial Record, Chicago, Ill. (1930)
  • Infantry Journal, Washington, D.C. (1931)
  • Information, A Digest of Current Events, New York, N.Y. (1915)
  • Inland Poultry Journal, Indianapolis, Ind. (1932)
  • Inland Printer, Chicago, Ill. (1915-1930)
  • Inland Topics, Chicago, Ill. (1934-1936)
  • Institutional Jobber, New York, N.Y. (1929)
  • Instructor, Rochester, N.Y. (1933)
  • Insurance Bulletin, San Francisco, Calif. (1927)
  • Insurance Field, Louisville, Ky. (1927-1928)
  • Insurance Register, Philadelphia, Pa. (1927)
  • Insurance Salesman, Indianapolis, Ind. (1927)
  • Interlaken Mills, Providence, R.I. (1918)
  • The International, New York, N.Y. (1912)
  • International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, Pa. (1929-1931)
  • International Feature Services, New York, N.Y. (1922)
  • International News Service, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • International Nickel Co. of Canada, Copper Cliff, Ont. (1936)
  • International Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill. (1934)
  • International Railway Co., Buffalo, N.Y. (1927)
  • International Railway Journal, Philadelphia, Pa. (1913)
  • International Syndicate, Baltimore, Md. (1931-1933)
  • International Trade Papers, Inc., New York, N.Y. (1928)
  • Investment Banking, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Interurban Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1916)
  • Iowa City Daily Press, Iowa City, Iowa. (1915)
  • Iowa Guardsman, Des Moines, Iowa. (1937)
  • Iowa Homestead, Des Moines, Iowa. (1918-1929)
  • Iron Age, Chicago, Ill. (1912)
  • Irving-Cloud Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Islander Magazine, Staten Island, N.Y. (1928)

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Innis Family fonds.

  • SCA329-GA373
  • Fonds
  • [195-]-2002

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by members of the Innis family including by Anne Innis Dagg, Donald Innis and Harold Innis. Includes essays, photographs, clippings, and materials relating to the Mary Quayle Innis Foundation.

Innis family

International Platform Association (file 1 of 4).

File consists of correspondence to and from G. Elmore Reaman during his tenure as the first Canadian president of the International Platform Association, a non-profit organization for promoting to the public "high grade platform presentations." (Flyer, ca. 1950). The correspondence is mostly to and from other members and is concerned with internal affairs of the organization. Includes two letters from John Diefenbaker dated Nov. 3, 1949 and Jan. 28, 1950. Also includes a small amount of ephemera from individual artists.

Reaman, George Elmore

International Press Bureau fonds.

  • SCA2-GA1
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1953

Fonds consists of approximately 100,000 letters dating between 1904 and 1953 to and from authors, publishers, agents, film studios, journals, newspapers, etc. concerning the use of articles, stories, and manuscripts. Some of Chapman's personal correspondence is included.

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Inuit manuscripts.

Notes and chapter outlines, as well as manuscript and typescript draft articles, for a book about Inuit written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes correspondence from Kenneth H. Pearson, Vice-President, Publishing at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding the possibility of Patterson publishing books about Indigenous peoples in Canada for the Ontario Ministry of Education. In the correspondence, Kenneth Pearson proposed that the books be used in the Ministry's of Ontario Intermediate History programme.

Patterson, E Palmer

J Miscellaneous.

Correspondence to or from:

  • Jackson, Fred, New York, N.Y. (1917-1918)
  • Jackson, G.A., Boston, Mass. (1914)
  • Jackson, Hall N., Cincinnati, Ohio. (1915)
  • Jackson, Margaret Weymouth, Spencer, Ind. (1937-1941)
  • Jackson Citizen Patriot, Jackson, Mich. (1919)
  • Jacksonville Metropolis, Jacksonville, Fla. (1917)
  • Jacksonville News, Jacksonville, Fla. (1913)
  • Jacksonville Times-Union, Jacksonville, Fla. (1917-1918)
  • Jacobsen Publishing Company Inc., New York, N.Y. (1931)
  • Jahn & Ollier Engraving Co., Chicago, Ill. (1915)
  • Jahnke, William A., Yongstown, [Ohio]. ([19--])
  • Jameson, Helen F., Chicago, Ill. (1915)
  • Jamkowski, T. Books, Detroit, Mich. (1946)
  • Jansson Brothers Company, Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Janvier, Meredith, Baltimore, Md. (1925)
  • Jarvie, Robert R., Evanston, Ill. (1936)
  • Jasper, Thomas, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Jeffersonian, Chicago, Ill. (1922)
  • Jenkins, Charles Christopher, Toronto, Ont. (1924)
  • Jenks, Tudor, Bronxville, N.Y. (1917)
  • Jepson, Edgar, London, England. (1936)
  • Jerger, F., Martins Ferry, Ohio. (1916)
  • Jillson, Frank A., Providence, R.I. (1945-1946)
  • Johnson, Brevet, Elkhorn, Wis. (1936)
  • Johnson, Burges, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (1921)
  • Johnson, Dorothy, Chicago, Ill. (1946)
  • Johnson, E.W., New York, N.Y. (1917)
  • Johnson, Martyn, Los Angeles, Calif. (1920)
  • Johnson, O.S., Salt Lake City, Utah. (1947)
  • Johnson, Ryerson, Toronto, Ont. (1942)
  • Johnson, W.E., Westerville, Ohio. (1913-1915)
  • Johnson's Bookstore, Springfield, Mass. (1917-1918)
  • Johnson's Fish Market, Long Island, N.Y. (1936)
  • Johnston, Charles, Bergensfield, N.J. (1914)
  • Jones, D.A., Lakewood, Ohio (1931)
  • Jones, Edward Lee, Richmond, Va. (1948)
  • Jones, Francis Arthur, New York, N.Y. (1923)
  • Jones, Nard, Bellevue, Wash. (1941)
  • Josephinum Weekly, Columbus, Ohio. (1930-1931)
  • Josselyn, Talbert, New York, N.Y. (1944)
  • Journal of American Commerce, Chicago, Ill. (1920-1921)
  • Joyce, James, Zurich. (1919)
  • Judd, Edward P. Company, New Haven, Conn. (1923)
  • Judy, Will Publications, Chicago, Ill. (1944)
  • Judy Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Juergens & Andersen Company, Chicago, Ill. (1916-1917)
  • Junior Home Magazine, Chicago, Ill. (1923-1930)
  • Junior Safety Patrol, Chicago, Ill. (1931)
  • Junior Yanks, Chicago, Ill. (1919)
  • Juvenile Journal, Minneapolis, Minn. (1912)

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James Hoyes Panton letter.

  • SCA65-GA37
  • Fonds
  • April 16, 1884

Contains one holograph letter from James Hoyes Panton to Drinkwater (C.P.R.) requesting a pass to travel free during the summer in order to do geological research, dated April 16, 1884.

Panton, James Hoyes

Job history and union history.

File consists of materials created and accumulated by Kay Rex relating to her work history. Includes staff lists, ephemera, pension information, correspondence, and written histories of her work life primarily at the Globe and Mail and also with CBC.

Rex, Kay

John Galt letter.

  • SCA61-GA35
  • Fonds
  • [18--]

File consists of one holograph letter from John Galt addressed to "Croker." The letter requests that Croker publish the enclosed items in his magazine if they are not too late reaching him.

Galt, John

John Keble fonds.

  • SCA75-GA45
  • Fonds
  • 1860-1862

Fonds consists of two holograph letters from John Keble addressed to Henry Thomas Ellacombe [?]. The fonds also includes one photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Keble.

Keble, John

John Walter's letter to the editor clippings

Clippings from The Weekly Advertiser from October and November 1933 regarding the Kitchener Record's refusal to publish a letter by Walter requesting a public debate with William Daum Euler following his comments regarding private profit at an address in London, Ontario.

John William Dawson correspondence

  • SCA26-GA15
  • Fonds
  • 1878 April 17

Contains of a single holograph letter, dated April 17, 1878, written by Sir John William Dawson to an unidentified recipient about the conflict between science and religion.

Dawson, John William, Sir

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