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Grand River Conservation Authority fonds.
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Grand River Navigation Act, 1837.

Consists of a ts. (thermograph) Province of Upper Canada act entitled "An Act to Incorporate a Joint Stock Company to improve the navigation of the Grand River,"(Grand River Navigation Act) dated November 18, 1837.

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Grand River Conservation Authority Library

The Grand River Conservation Authority Library was donated in 2005, accompanying the archival records of the Authority and its predecessors.

The Library was maintained at the GRCA headquarters for reference and research use and consists of works by and about the GRCA, including both internal and external reports and studies, periodicals, and monographs.

Unpublished library items are described as part of the GRCA archives while published items are catalogued as print material and are listed in the library catalogue.

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Visual : Slides by Category : Conservation Areas

Series consists of categorized hanging pages and boxes of slides primarily concerned with natural features, buildings and programs associated with Grand River Conservation Authority conservation areas. Also contains slides relating to GRCA water management and land use programs and general topics such as conservation techniques, educational programs and the Grand Valley Conservation Foundation.

The slides are organized topically in hanging pages. A ts. listing of the slide collection by topic including alphabetical codes to the storage system is included. The slides are in no particular order within each topical section; some of the slides are not present.

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Flooding (file 1 of 5).

Folder contains images of flooding, some original and some copy prints and negatives. Includes New Hamburg, Dunnville (1912, 1930), Ayr (1883, 1977), Fergus (1899-1900), Galt (1929, 1936, 1948), Paris (1971), Grand Valley (1972), Preston (1972), West Montrose

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Honour roll citation recipients.

Studio portraits and duplicate prints of identified individuals: H.A. Cameron; Garfield Disher; Hugh Crall Elliott; George E. Fisher; Robert H. Haworth; Perry Richard Hilborn; Charles Henry Janzen; Harold Gordon Mack; Katharine Marston; I.C. Marritt; George Albert McWilliams; William A. Philip (first Chairman, GRCC 1934, first Chairman, Grand Valley Conservation Authority, 1949); Marcel Pequegnat; Robert Pequegnat; Gerald N. Ruhnke; Clarence D. Suter; Oliver Wright.

Includes a photo of a drawing of a Conestogo wagon. The three copy negatives are of Hugh Cameron, Robert Pequegnat and the Conestogo wagon.

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Dunnville, Ontario : Grand River.

Consists of three photographs taped onto looseleaf depicting scenes on the Grand River at Dunnville, Ont. The photographs bear the following identifications printed on recto: Bird's Eye View of River, Dunnville, Ont., Canada; Dunnville, Ont. Long Bridge and Dam; Canal and Lower Lock, Dunnville, Ont.

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Visual : Negatives

Series consists of binders of negatives and contact strips: 14 numbered volumes contain 596 pages, each page holding seven 6-frame strips of 35 mm negatives. On the front of each sleeve is taped the corresponding 35 mm contact strip (page 596 contains only 1 strip). One unnumbered volume contains negatives in a variety of sizes. Includes an index maintained on rolodex cards.

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Grand Valley Conservation Authority : personnel policy.

Consists of a corrected ts. policy statement concerning Grand Valley Conservation Authority personnel matters. Includes regulations and position descriptions. Also present are three ts. (thermal copy) organizational charts of the Grand Valley Conservation Authority. Inserted : ms.(original) and ts.(carbon copy) salary schedules.

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Questions concerning Grand River assessment evidence.

Consists of ts.(carbon copy) list of concerns which appear to be associated with an investigation relating to sewage treatment and disposal by communities located on the Grand River. The document references page numbers in an unidentified assessment report. The document has also been annotated.

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Shand Dam and Belwood Lake Conservation Area, also Conestogo Dam.

Three copy prints: one of construction machinery clearing the lake bed, one a group photograph of six men with a construction trailer[?] behind, and one of two men in a doorway, labelled Russell Faulkner, Sandy MacDonald. Includes 16 copy negatives, one dated 1939 of the GRCC members at Shand Dam, 1939, the others dated 1956 and 1957 of the Conestogo Dam construction.

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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.

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