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Fontbonne Hall sous-fonds

  • CA ON00279 F01-SF06
  • Sous-fonds
  • 1900-1995

The sous-fonds contains policy manuals, newspaper clippings, intake procedures, photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, meeting minutes, financial records, as well as the record book and cash book of the Fontbonne Auxiliary. It also contains information about the history of the building, the children who were at Fontbonne Hall and the people who were involved in their care. There is also information about how the purpose of Fontbonne Hall changed throughout its time in operation.

Fontbonne Hall

St. Mary's Orphanage sous-fonds

  • CA ON00279 HF01-SF01
  • Sous-fonds
  • 1852-2015

This sous-contains fundraising documents pertaining to rural collections and the Orphans’ Festival which show that the Sisters needed support from the surrounding community in order to operate the orphanage. Articles, tickets, programmes, and receipts from the annual Orphans’ Festival show the importance the event held, not only to the Sisters but also to Hamilton citizens. Financial records further illustrate how much money was needed to care for the orphaned children. The account books detail the necessary items Sisters purchased to successfully run the orphanage. The fee books show how much parents paid to foster their children. These records also demonstrate the needs the Sisters had on outside resources, like government grants and surrounding community funding. Documents pertaining to regulatory compliance are also found, including the 1965 Children’s Institutions Act and Regulations which outlines the rules the orphanage had to follow in order to operate within the law. Correspondence on a variety of topics is also present in the collection, including finance, education, and daily operations. There are photographs which offer a “snapshot” into the life of the orphanage. These images depict Sisters working in the orphanage, the Orphans’ Festival, children’s communion celebrations, and the dining hall. The sous-fonds also contains records created by the Advisory Committee of Mount St. Joseph Orphanage. These records outline the types of work the committee did, including structural changes to the building. There are several summaries of the history of St. Mary’s Orphanage, and a brief summary of the history of Mount St. Carmel Infants’ Home. The registers offer significant information about the children who remained in the care of the orphanage. These list information such as the orphan’s name, date of birth, religious denomination, nationality, date of admission and discharge, date of death [if applicable], and who took the child after he or she was discharged. There are also registers that list information about children who stayed for day stays, as well as children who were moved into foster homes. The sous-fonds contains information about orphans who received their religious sacraments, as well as baptismal records. Also found personal folders and admission cards, which provide information about application and departure, correspondence and parental addresses and occupations.

St. Mary's Orphanage

Mount St. Joseph Centre fonds

  • CA ON00279 HF02
  • Fonds
  • 1944-2010

This fonds contains records produced during the time the Sisters administered and worked at Mount St. Joseph Centre in Hamilton. It also consists of records which were produced by the Woodview Children’s Centre and Cool School in Burlington and Hamilton. These institutions grew out of Mount St. Joseph Centre after it ceased its functions. The records that encompass this collection are of historical importance because they offer a snapshot of special needs education during the latter half of the twentieth century. The fonds consists of bylaws and policies, correspondence, proposals and reports, a scrapbook, meeting minutes, financial records, newspaper clippings, photographs, publications, invitations, addresses, and legal documents.

Mount St. Joseph Centre

Northwestern Ontario Regional Child Care Committee fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1974 - 1996

The Northwestern Ontario Regional Day Care Committee / Child Care Committee operated from the 1970s to the 1990s. The Committee was a grassroots organization made up of child care workers, administrators, parents, and others concerned with the provision of child care in the region. The Committee was engaged in advocacy work, as well as supporting the work of child care centres and professionals.

Records of the Committee include reports, newsletters, minutes, correspondence, lobbying documents, and more.

Jamaican Self-Help (Peterborough) fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1977-2015

Fonds is comprised of textual documents and photographs pertaining to Jamaican Self-Help (Peterborough). Included are student papers and Jamaican-generated research papers, mission statement, constitution and by-laws, manuals, tributes to John Ganley, Rosemary Ganley lectures, photographs, reports, policies, press clippings, research, correspondence, and papers relating to several partner developmental organizations.

Jamaican Self-Help (Peterborough)

Doherty Collection

  • CA ON00154 2014.74
  • Collection

Fonds consists of various materials created and collected by donor over the course of growing up, volunteering and working in Port Hope; including material from the Boy Scouts of Canada. Please refer to series, file, and item-level descriptions for more detailed information.

Elizabeth Thorn fonds

  • CA ON00408 F036
  • Fonds
  • 1917-2002, predominant 1970-1995

Fonds reflects Thorn's work as a Professor of Education at Nipissing University. Arranged into two series, the fonds contains publications that Thorn authored, co-authored, or contributed to; videocassettes of her lectures and awards ceremonies; and children's books that she collected.

Elizabeth Thorn

Ella N. Martin fonds

  • CA ON00259 SC 82
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1988

Fonds illustrates Ella N. Martin’s work as a senior lecturer at the Royal Ontario Museum and her interest in improving museum education. The fonds is arranged into twelve series, which span her entire career from the late 1930s to the mid 1970s. The fonds includes correspondence, publications, photographs, personal papers and journals, lecture notes, drafts of a book, student reports, course instructions, teacher evaluation forms, interpretative text, film and radio scripts, worksheets for children and other materials. The fonds also contains an accession record.

Martin, Ella N.

Marjorie Sorrell Oral History Project Interview

File consists of a DVD including Marjorie Sorrell's "Our Memories: Downtown Port Hope" Oral History Project interview; and a paper copy of the interview transcript, 2013. The interview was edited and uploaded to YouTube with the following description: "Join the Port Hope Archives as we speak to Marjorie Sorrell about local businesses, moving to Port Hope, Opportunity for Youth, Olde Tyme Christmas, her ballet school and bed and breakfast, and her husband, Brian Sorrell."

Port Hope Archives

Port Hope High School Roll of Honour

Series consists of a Roll of Honour marking the contributions made by the students and staff of Port Hope High School during both World War I and World War II, 1914-1945. The Roll of Honour contains the following inscription: "For King and Country: Members of Port Hope High School who have volunteered for active service with Canada's Fighting Forces." It has been made into two (2) large cardboard pages because of the amount of names entered.

Port Hope High School

Port Hope High School War Work Records

Series consists of various records documenting "war work" undertaken by the students of Port Hope High School, 1939-1945. It includes: small ledger noting "cash receipts," listing of contributions (i.e. funds raised, items knitted and sewn to be sent overseas, and material donations), "Financial Statement of War Work Display," handwritten note, and newspaper clippings.

Port Hope High School

Port Hope High School Student Records

Series consists of individual student records created by Port Hope High School, c1930-1940s. They contain basic personal information on the student and their parents, as well as grades in each course and attendance record. The series has been arranged alphabetically by surname.

Port Hope High School

Port Hope High School Photographs

Series consists of eight-one (81) black and white, and colour, photographs created by the Port Hope High School to document clubs, sports teams, and classroom activities, 1960-2004. Photograph numbers 6213-6294.

Port Hope High School

Port Hope High School Cheerleader Uniform Jackets

Series consists of two (2) varsity cheerleader blazer-style jackets from Port Hope High School, c1950s. One jacket is cream with blue piping, one is royal blue with white piping; both have the PHHS crest on the chest pocket.

Port Hope High School

Port Hope High School Yearbooks

Series consists of Port Hope High School Yearbooks (also known as "The Blue and White") for the years: 1920 (Christmas), 1921 (Spring), 1940-1941, 1953-1980, 1982-1987, 1991-1997, 2000-2004, 2006-2007, 2010-2014. There are duplicate copies for the years: 1983, 1986, and 1987; as well as one edition of "The Blue and White Anniversary Issue, 1853-1982." Some of the yearbooks contain inscriptions to specific individuals, including: Emma Dickinson (1920-1921), M. Anderson (1940-1941), Keith G. Rose (1955), E.D. Jones (1970, 1974-1979), and "Sherry" (1991, with signatures and notes from classmates).

Port Hope High School

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