Series 2015.25.41 - A.H.C. Long Typing Sample Documents

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A.H.C. Long Typing Sample Documents

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CA ON00154 2015.25-2015.25.41

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  • 1898-1899 (Accumulation)
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    Long, Norman Thomas
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    Port Hope, Municipality of

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0.02m textual records

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Series consist of a collection of legal documents likely typed by Alfred Henry Clark Long to showcase his skills as a typist, 1898-1899. It includes: Church v. Baird, Church v. Radcliff (26 Nov 1898); Midland Trust Company assignment of T. Dixon Craig (23 Mar 1898); Church v. Radcliff Examination (29 Nov 1898); Winslow and Miller v. Elliott and Company (28 Sep 1899).

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Alfred Henry Clark Long (1877-1929) was born in Port Hope to Thomas and Sarah Long, on 13 Jul 1877. He married Edna Alice Gibson, and the couple had at least four sons: Herbert Kitchener (1914-1967), Alfred Keith (1913-1943), Norman Thomas (1916-1992) and Frank Gibson (1920-1976). Alfred was an insurance and ticket agent in Port Hope before passing the business (Long Bros.) along to his relatives. He died on 17 Jun 1929 of coronary thrombosis. He is buried at St. John's Anglican Cemetery.

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