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Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC) fonds. - 1890-1990

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Main Entry
Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC)
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
719 cm of textual records and other material.
334 photographs : b&w, 120 slides : glass and 5 printing blocks : wood.
36 audio cassettes and transcripts
Fonds Number
101
Fonds
Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC) fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
719 cm of textual records and other material.
334 photographs : b&w, 120 slides : glass and 5 printing blocks : wood.
36 audio cassettes and transcripts
Administrative History
The Church of England Deaconess and Missionary Training House was established in 1890 as a residential school to prepare women workers for Deaconess and missionary service. In 1947 the name was changed to the Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC). Anglican women from all over Canada came to Toronto to train for work in Christian Education in parishes, medical and teaching services overseas, Indian and Eskimo Residential Schools and reserves, Bishop's Messengers in western Canada, Sunday School by Post and Radio, youth and social work. The Woman's Auxiliary recruits were sent to the AWTC for missionary training for a year or less before being sent out. This was different from the three year diploma program offered to AWTC students. In 1969, the AWTC merged with the United Church's Covenent College to become the Centre for Christian Studies using the former AWTC building on Charles Street, Toronto. In 1997, the building in Toronto was sold and a decision was made to discontinue the traditional residential program in favour of the community based program and to relocate the administrative offices to Winnipeg. In July, 1998, CCS officially moved.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of correspondence, fundraising and insurance records, architectural plans and blueprints, minutes of meetings, Alumnae and student records, daybooks, financial and legal records, annual reports, scrapbooks, pamphlets and other printed materials, photographs, artifacts, and oral history interviews.
Fonds is arranged in 7 series: Series 1: Committee on Deaconesses, 1890-1897. Series 2: Administration Records of the Deaconess House and AWTC, 1893-1990. Series 3: Committees, 1899-1973. Series 4: Associations, 1896-1990. Series 5: Printed and Miscellaneous Material, 1892-1998. Series 6: Anglican Women’s Training College: A Background Document. – 1893-1990. Series 7: Photographs, 1900-1969.
Related Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds
Main Entry
Anglican Women's Training College (AWTC)
Corporate Name
Church of England Deaconess and Missionary Training House
United Church of Canada. Covenant College.
Centre for Christian Studies.
Subjects
Deaconesses
Missionaries - Women
Accession Number
M75-27
M85-3
M90-2
M99-02
M2005-09
M2008-05
M2010-07
M2010-12
P7902
P8411
P9011
P2004-07
AV9002
AV9511
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Diary of a missionary tour. - 1898

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Main Entry
DuVernet, Frederick Herbert, 1860-1924.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
25 p.
Fonds Number
248
Fonds
Frederick Herbert DuVernet fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
25 p.
Administrative History
Frederick Herbert DuVernet (1860-1924) was educated at Wycliffe College, Toronto and ordained deacon in 1883 and priest in 1884. He served a year at St. James the Apostle, Montreal, but spent most of his career in Toronto and British Columbia. From 1885-1895, he was professor of Practical Theology at Wycliffe College. DuVernet was very involved with the Wycliffe Missions and then the Canadian Church Missionary Society. He was the Secretary-Treasurer for the Canadian Church Missionary Society, as well as the editor of The Canadian Church Missionary Gleaner, 1894-1901 and Associate Editor of the New Era, 1901-1904. He also write abd published many Religious and Psychological articles in his later years. In 1904, Duvernet was elected Bishop of Caledonia and moved to Prince Rupert, British Columbia. At the time of his death, DuVernet was Archbishop of Caledonia and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a holograph original diary, Diary of a missionary tour, attributed to DuVernet, outlining a tour of the Rainy River District from July 11-20, 1898.
Main Entry
DuVernet, Frederick Herbert, 1860-1924.
Subjects
Rainy River Valley (Minn. and Ont.).
Accession Number
M81-41
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