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John D. Arnup fonds
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Biographical material

Series consists of biographical material collected by John D. Arnup about D. Park Jamieson and Joseph Sedgwick. The series consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings and magazine articles, correspondence, memoranda, notes, a poem, a speech, and a photograph. The series is divided into two sub-series: D. Park Jamieson material, and Joseph Sedgwick material.

Carol Arnup material

Series consists of two items relating to the life of Carol Arnup, the daughter of John D. Arnup.

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence from John D. Honsberger to John D. Arnup regarding a Law Society Gazette article on Lewis Duncan. The article was written by Honsberger and published in the Law Society Gazette on 1 March 1977.

D. Park Jamieson clippings, memo and letters

  • CA ON00311 PF42-PF42-1-PF42-1-1-990001-001
  • File
  • [1964?], reproduced [198-?], 1989
  • Part of John D. Arnup fonds

File consists of items relating to the legal career, professional accomplishments, relationships, illness and death of D. Park Jamieson. Included in the file are a photograph, a list of publications, newspaper articles, two letters, and a handwritten tribute to Jamieson written by Pauline McGibbon.

D. Park Jamieson material

  • CA ON00311 PF42-PF42-1-PF42-1-1
  • Subseries
  • 1928, [1964?], reproduced [198-?]-1989
  • Part of John D. Arnup fonds

Sub-series consists of biographical material collected by John D. Arnup about the life of D. Park Jamieson. The sub-series consists of memoranda written by Arnup and Pauline McGibbon, photocopies of newspaper clippings, letters from Wilfred P. Gregory to Arnup, and a photograph of Jamieson in his LL.D. robes.

D. Park Jamieson memo

Item is a handwritten biographical note about the life and death of D. Park Jamieson composed by John D. Arnup on 22 December 1988. The item includes information about Jamieson's legal career, as well as personal anecdotes and a list of his closest friends and family including Pauline and Donald McGibbon, Wilfred P. Gregory and John Arnup.

Gale and Arnup unveiling

Item is a photograph of John D. Arnup, Treasurer, and George A. Gale, Chief Justice of the High Court, standing by their respective portraits on the occasion of their unveiling. The photograph was taken in Convocation Hall of Osgoode Hall. One of the Donegal carpets is visible on the floor.

John D. Arnup fonds

  • CA ON00311 PF42
  • Fonds
  • 1928, 1950-2001

Fonds consists of speeches, photographs, correspondence, memoirs and other material relating to the personal life and legal career of John D. Arnup in his role as a lawyer, judge, and bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada. The fonds also contains biographical material about D. Park Jamieson and Joseph Sedgwick, and items relating to the life of Carol Arnup (daughter of John D. Arnup). Fonds is comprised of the following series: biographical material, photographs, speeches and related material, correspondence, Carol Arnup material, and memoirs.

Arnup, John Douglas, 1911-2005

Joseph Sedgwick material

Sub-series consists of biographical material collected by John D. Arnup about the life of Joseph Sedgwick. The series consists of correspondence, a series of stories told by Sedgwick, photocopies of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, notes, a poem, and a speech.

Joseph Sedgwick material

File consists of a speech composed by Joseph Sedgwick in honour of Mr. Justice Roach (16 Nov. 1962), a letter from Sedgwick to John D. Arnup (12 Dec. 1960), a collection of stories told by Sedgwick, and seven newspaper and magazine articles regarding the legal career of Sedgwick. The file also contains genealogical information about the Sedgwick family and correspondence relating to its compilation.

Memoirs

Series consists of two items written by John D. Arnup about his personal and professional life.

Photograph of Canadian Bar Association meeting, Windsor

Item is a photograph of a group of men at the Canadian Bar Association meeting in Windsor, Ontario. Depicted from left to right are: Edson Haines, John J. Robinette, John D. Arnup, George Mitchell, S. Springsteen, and G. Arthur Martin.

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