Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Harriet A.L. Clark, a Toronto-based lawyer. The records document her studies as a student at Osgoode Hall Law School, her involvement with the Women's Law Association of Ontario, her connection to the Law Society of Upper Canada, and her participation in legal events, such as the Commonwealth and Empire Law Conference of 1955 and 1960. Records in the fonds include lecture notes, examination questions and booklets, certificates, ephemera, and photographs. Fonds is comprised of the following series: Certificates Course materials Ephemera Photographs Women's Law Association of Ontario material
File consists of records relating to hobby shows organized by the Women's Law Association of Ontario and held at Osgoode Hall. The records document some of the activities of the WLAO and the hobbies of participating lawyers. Harriet A.L. Clark is noted as a participant in a newspaper article about the event from the Toronto Daily Star. Included are programmes and newspaper clippings.
File consists of two completed examinations written by Harriet A.L. Clark while a student-at-law at Osgoode Hall Law School. The examinations are in the subject of constitutional law, and wills and trusts. The examinations consist of handwritten answers accompanied by annotations and comments made by the grader.
Item is a typewritten syllabus for a course on evidence, held in the 1946-1947 school year at Osgoode Hall Law School. It details the readings and subjects to be covered in the course, organized by chapter. The item has been annotated in ink.
Series consists of ephemera accumulated and used by Harriet A.L. Clark. Items document her activities at a variety of law-related functions and events, as well as her association with the Law Society of Upper Canada and Osgoode Hall Law School. Included in the series are brochures, programmes, invitations, cards, and tickets.
Item is a photograph of Queen Elizabeth II and George Alexander Gale, Chief Justice of Ontario, taken on the lawn of Osgoode Hall, 26 June 1973, on the occasion of the re-opening of Osgoode Hall after renovations.
Item is an unbound typewritten copy of an unidentified text on torts, likely written by Cecil A. Wright and used by Harriet A.L. Clark during her studies at Osgoode Hall Law School. It details the nature of and issues about torts in law and includes case studies on this topic.
File consists of typewritten notes accumulated and used by Harriet A.L. Clark while a student-at-law at Osgoode Hall Law School. The records pertain to the study of administrative law. Notes have been annotated in ink.
File consists of two holiday cards depicting different images of Osgoode Hall, received or sent by Harriet A.L. Clark. One is signed by H.B. Branscombe, and the other is signed by Harriet A.L. Clark. The items are not addressed or dated.