File 01 - Correspondence

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  • Textual record

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CA ON00416 AC08-01

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  • 1931, 1934 (Creation)

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8 hand written letters including typed transcriptions

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Appleby College is a non-profit, independent school for students in Grades 7 to 12. Founded in 1911, by Sir Edmund Walker, a Canadian businessman, philanthropist, and arts patron, and his son-in-law, John Guest, Appleby's first Headmaster, the school began as a Kindergarten to Grade 12 boys' school with one building on a 32-acre parcel of land. The school’s name was changed to Appleby College in 1941. The change resulted from a concern that Appleby might be regarded as simply a ‘prep’ (i.e. elementary) school. In the fall of 1991, the school became co-educational.

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The file consists of correspondence from Appleby College's founding Headmaster John Guest to his administrative assistant about school matters and his retirement. File also contains typed transcriptions.

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  • English

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