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A.L. Fleming fonds. - 1906-1990

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Main Entry
Fleming, A.L. (Archibald Lang), 1883-1953.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
104 cm of textual records.
438 photoprints
1337 photonegatives
Fonds Number
130
Fonds
Archibald Lang Fleming fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
104 cm of textual records.
438 photoprints
1337 photonegatives
Administrative History
Archibald Lang Fleming (1883-1953), enrolled at Wycliffe College in 1908, and was ordained deacon in 1912 and priest in 1913. Fleming was Archdeacon of the Arctic, 1927-1933 and first Bishop of the Arctic, 1933-1949. Earlier he had served as rector of the Church of St. John The Evangelist, Saint John, New Brunswick. His duration as Bishop, which landed him the name "The Flying Bishop", saw the Diocese of the Arctic add sixteen mission stations, two modern hospitals, nine churches, four residential schools, four chapels and two day schools.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of personal papers created and collected by or about A.L. Fleming. Includes: Notebooks regarding specifications for numerous ships and customs of the Eskimo; a dictionary of translated words; correspondence; financial records; scrapbooks; newspaper and magazine articles; cartographic records; Fleming's diaries, writings and photographs. Fonds consists of the following series: Series 1. Certificates, diplomas and personal documents; Series 2. Diaries, notebooks and journals; Series 3. General files; Series 4. Scrapbooks, clippings, and memorabilia; Series 5. Photographs; Series 6. Maps and drawings; Series 7. Manuscript writings; Series 8. Publications
Related Fonds
Diocese of the Arctic fonds
Main Entry
Fleming, A.L. (Archibald Lang), 1883-1953.
Personal Name
Flaherty, R.J.
Hoyles, N.W.
Sainsbury, S.S.
Parsons, Ralph
Stringer, Isaac O., 1866-1934
Burgett, Arthur Edward, 1869-1942
Anderson, John George, 1866-1943
Westgate, T.B.R. (Thomas Buchanan Reginald), 1872-1951
McKeand, Major
Corporate Name
Lake Harbour, N.W.T. Mission
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Subjects
Arctic regions
Eskimos
Translating and interpreting
Church schools
Accession Number
M70-1
P7516
P9107
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Colonial and Continental Church Society

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Dates
1823-1870
Format
microfilm
Dates
1823-1870
Format
microfilm
Extent
7 reels
Exposure
positive
Dimensions
35 mm
Biographical Sketch
The Colonial and Continental Church Society in Canada began in 1823 as the "Newfoundland School Society". When activities were extended to the mainland, the name was changed in 1829 to the "Newfoundland and British North America Society for the Education of the Poor" and in 1846 to the "Church of England Society for the Education of the Poor in Newfoundland and the Colonies". In 1851, it united with the Colonial Church Society (originally established in 1835 as the Western Australian Missionary Society and the Colonial Church Society in 1838) to form the "Colonial Church and School Society for sending out clergymen, catechists, and schoolmasters to the colonies of Great Britain, and to British residents in other parts of the world". In 1861, the name was changed to "Colonial and Continental Church Society" (Col. and Con. or C.C.C.S.), the name by which it was known throughout the longest part of its history.
Scope and Content
Microfilm consists of the records from the Newfoundland School Society and the Colonial and Continental Church Society.
Reel 1 - Reel A-321 (1824-1853)
Reel 2 - Reel A-322 Vol. 1 (1823-1833), Vol. 2 (1834-1848)
Reel 3 - Reel A-323 Vol. 2 (1834-1848), Vol. 3 (1838-1848)
Reel 4 - Reel A-324 Vol. 4 (1851-1856)
Reel 5 - Reel A-325 Vol. 4 (1851-1856)
Reel 6 - Reel A-326 Vol. 6 cont'd, Vol. 7 (1861-1870)
Reel 7 - Reel A-327 Vol. 7 (1866-1870)
See finding aid for detailed content description.
Finding Aids
Finding aid available.
Restrictions
No copies without written permission from Library and Archives Canada
Related Fonds
Colonial and Continental Church Society fonds
Corporate Name
Society for Education the Poor of Newfoundland
Newfoundland and British North America Society for the Education of the Poor
Church of England Society for the Education of the Poor in Newfoundland and the Colonies
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Colonial Church Society
Colonial Church and School Society
Newfoundland Church Society
Originals and Reproductions
Original microfilming and indexing done by Public Archives of Canada.
Accession Number
Mf 64-2
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The Greater Britain Messenger. - Colonial and Continental Church Society Quarterly Paper

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Dates
London : 1876-1959
Material Type
Periodical
Corporate
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Material Type
Periodical
Place
London
Publisher
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Abstract
Publishing history: The Greater Britain Messenger continued as Outpost starting in 1960.
Notes
Objects of the Society: "To send forth clergymen, catechists and school teachers to all parts of the world wherever OUR COUNTRYMEN are to be found. To send chaplains to minister to the wants of British sailors in foreign parts, the Negroes in Jamaica, the French settlers, the Aboriginal Indians and the Coloured population in Canada...To send Chaplains to minister to residents and travellers on the Continent of Europe."
Dates
London : 1876-1959
Holdings
(1905 Mar.) no.76 ; (1921 Dec.) no.260; (1929 May&June, July & Aug.) no. 306, 307; (1942 Jan.-Oct.) no. 382-384, 386; (1943 Sept.& Oct.) no.392; (1947 Nov.& Dec.) no.412; (1959 Sept. & Oct.) no.466.
Publication Frequency
Monthly
Historical Note
Continued as Outpost (1960-1961)
Other Form
GSA Mf 64-2
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A history of the University of Trinity College, Toronto, 1852-1952

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Publication Date
1952
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
LE 3 T72 R4 1952
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
University of Toronto Press
Publication Date
1952
Physical_Description
xii, 313 p., [38] p. of plates : ill., facsim., ports ; 24.7 x 16.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by T.A. Reed".
Spine title: A history of Trinity College, Toronto, 1852-1952.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"The Founder of Trinity Colleg and those associated with him had certain ideals of education of which we need to be reminded from time to time. It is well also to recall how their successors sought to maintain those ideals in the changed conditions of later days. If these account of our history helps in an measure to prepare for the service the College should render in its second century it will have served a useful purpose". -- Preface.
Editorial Committee: Francis Herbert Cosgrave, Chairman; Philip Arthur Child; William Colgate; James Allenby Philip; Laila Cordelia Scott; Thomas Arthur Reed, General Editor. -- p. [iv].
Contents: Editorial Committee [Members] -- Dedication -- Preface / T.A.R. -- Illustrations -- The Founder -- The Preparation -- The Early Days: 1852-1867 -- Difficulties and Dangers: 1867-1881 -- Growth and Change: 1881-1894 -- The Federation Movement: 1894-1904 -- From Federation to Removal: 1904-1925 -- Trinity at Queen's Park: 1925-1952 -- St. Hilda's College -- Student Life Through the Years -- Trinity in Athletics -- Epilogue -- Appendix: Graduates who became Bishops -- The Fallen, 1914-1918 -- The Fallen, 1939-1945 -- The Arms of Trinity and St. Hilda's -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Names.
Added Entry
Reed, Thomas Arthur, 1871-1958
A history of Trinity College, Toronto, 1852-1952
Subjects
Trinity College (Toronto, Ont.) - History
Strachan, John, 1778-1867
St. Hilda's College (Toront, Ont.) - History
Education - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Universities and colleges - Canada
Call Number
LE 3 T72 R4 1952
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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"Tell me" : "Please tell me; I want to get nearer God" : Sunday School by Post as told "By Mail and Trail"

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Author
Robinson, Ruby
Publication Date
[193-?]
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BV 1515 R6T4 193-?
Author
Robinson, Ruby
Edition
4th ed.
Place
London
Publisher
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Publication Date
[193-?]
Physical_Description
[iv], 67 p. : ill. (front., 3 ll. (pl.) ; 18.2 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"By Ruby Robinson, Sometime Superintendent C.C.C. Society's Hostel, and S.S.P. Office, Saskatoon [and] Margery Godward, Driver and Teacher on the Vans".
"Fourth edition".
An anecdotal description of the work (and history) of the Sunday School by Post in the Anglican Diocese of Saskatoon as narrated by two vanners, "Mary" and "Ray". The beginning of Sunday School by Post is credited to Deaconess Jessie Bolton in 1907 (p. 39).
Contents: Foreword -- Starting Out -- Delivering the Message -- Sowing the Seed -- From Somewhere in the Bush -- Homeward Bound -- Questions and Answers -- Opening the Mail -- "The Church in the House of .." -- A Great Little Missionary -- Packets and Parcels.
Colophon: Church Army Press and Supplies Limited, Cowley, Oxford, England.
Includes two pages of illustrations from Canada, in addition to illustrations from Australia and Africa.
Added Entry
Godward, Margery
Colonial and Continental Church Society
Subjects
Sunday school by post - Canada
Sunday schools - Canada - History
Christian education - Anglican Church of Canada - History
Colonial and Continental Church Society - Canada
Sunday school teachers - Saskatchewan - Anecdotes
Church history - Canada, Western
Vanners - Anglican Church of Canada
Call Number
BV 1515 R6T4 193-?
Location
General Synod Archives
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