File 2015.78.1 - Port Hope Old Boys Association Toronto Branch Minute Book

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Port Hope Old Boys Association Toronto Branch Minute Book

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CA ON00154 2015.78.1

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  • 1923-1928 (Creation)
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    Port Hope Old Boys' Association
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    Toronto

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0.03m textual records

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(1900-)

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The Port Hope Old Boys' (and Girls') Association was found in 1900, during preparations for a big Old Boys reunion to be held in the Town of Port Hope. A reunion souvenir program was published in 1901 with a complete listing of former residents of Port Hope, also known as "Old Boys." Another major reunion of former Port Hope residents was held in 2012. Subsequent branches were founded in Toronto, for example, in the 1920s.

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Donated to the Port Hope Archives by P. Bolton, 2015. Mr. Bolton received the ledger from a Skitch relative, via the Friends of Wesleyville Village.

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File consists of a ledger book including meeting minutes from the Port Hope Old Boys and Girls Association, Toronto Branch, 1923-1928. The book includes many historically important Port Hope Names (i.e. Brockenshire, Snell, Baulch, Merrifield, Skitch, Mackie, Byrne, Davidson, Lockington, Craig, Hacker, McLennan, Clarke, Kelly, McMahon, Wright, Martin, Kerr, etc.). Early meetings were held in the home of William Skitch (311 Jarvis Street, Toronto), with E.C. Merrifield serving as Secretary.

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