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Letter Leaflet / Living Message

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/microforms122
Dates
1889-1982
Format
microfilm
Dates
1889-1982
Format
microfilm
Extent
11 reels
Exposure
negative
Dimensions
16 mm
Biographical Sketch
Preceded by Monthly Letter Leaflet, the Letter Leaflet was established November 1888 and ran until October 1922. The Monthly Letter Leaflet was the newsletter of the Church of England's Woman's Auxiliary to Missions. It was renamed The Letter Leaflet when the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society was formed and ran under that title from Feb. 1893 until December 1922. It was followed by the Living Message, 1923 to May 1986, and then the Anglican Magazine, Jan. 1987-Dec. 1991. Volume numbering was continuous.
Scope and Content
Microfilm consists of :
Reel 1 - Letter Leaflet, 1889-1895 [on Reel 6 of Mf 83-9]
Reel 2 - Letter Leaflet, Jan. 1896-Dec. 1904
Reel 3 - Letter Leaflet, Nov. 1904-May 1914
Reel 4 - Letter Leaflet, June 1914-Dec. 1916
Reel 5 - Letter Leaflet, Jan. 1917-Dec. 1922
Reel 5 - Living Message, Jan. 1923-Dec. 1925
Reel 6 - Living Message, Jan. 1926-Dec. 1934
Reel 7 - Living Message, Jan. 1935-Dec. 1943
Reel 8 - Living Message, Jan. 1944-Dec. 1951
Reel 9 - Living Message, Jan. 1952-Sept. 1961
Reel 10 - Living Message, Oct. 1961-Dec. 1973
Reel 11 - Living Message, Jan. 1974-Dec. 1982
Related Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Corporate Name
Church of England's Woman's Auxiliary to Missions
Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Domestic and Foreign Missions of the Church of England in Canada
Woman's Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada
Woman's Auxiliary to the Missionary Society of the Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church Women
Subject
Anglican Church of Canada. Periodicals
Anglican Church of Canada. Woman's Auxiliary
Anglican Church of Canada. Anglican Church Women
Originals and Reproductions
GSA has copies of the originals. See Periodicals Database
Accession Number
Mf 83-10
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Frances Mary Sim fonds. - 1885, 1908, 1912

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Main Entry
Sim, Frances Mary (d. 1912).
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder (6 p.)
1 book.
Fonds Number
117
Fonds
Frances Mary Sim fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder (6 p.)
1 book.
Administrative History
Frances Mary Sim, a church worker in Bledlow and Windsor, England, was the sister of the Yukon missionary, Rev. Vincent C. Sim.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a letter from Bishop Bompas (1885), two from Bishop Stringer (1908, 1912) together with a copy of the book "An Apostle of the North: Memoirs of the Right Reverend William Carpenter Bompas, D.D.", by H.A. Cody. Includes original photographs and a newspaper clipping.
Related Fonds
Stringer family fonds
Bompas family fonds
Main Entry
Sim, Frances Mary (d. 1912).
Personal Name
Sim, Vincent C.
Bompas, William Carpenter, 1834-1906
Stringer, Isaac O., 1866-1934
Subjects
Letters
Arctic regions
Yukon Territory
Accession Number
M61-2
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George Exton Lloyd fonds. - 1883, 1898, 1903-1953

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Main Entry
Lloyd, G.E. (George Exton), 1861-1940.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
13cm of textual records.
67 photographs : b&w.
Fonds Number
119
Fonds
George Exton Lloyd fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
13cm of textual records.
67 photographs : b&w.
Administrative History
George Exton Lloyd (1861-1940), enrolled at Wycliffe College and quit to join the Queen's Own Rifles to fight in the North West Rebellion, 1885. Ordained priest, 1885 and rector of Rothesay, New Brunswick and principal of Rothesay School for Boys. Conducted deputation work for the Colonial and Continental Church Society in London, England until 1903. Lloyd was a leader of the Barr Colony, 1903, and a promoter of the Colonial & Continental Church Society. He was principal of Emmanuel College in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1908-1916 and Bishop of Saskatchewan, 1922-1931.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of correspondence and other papers regarding the establishment of the Barr Colony and a manuscript, "The Trail of 1903". Newspaper clippings, a magazine article on the Barr Colony, miscellaneous papers and photographs arranged by subject matter.
Related Fonds
Other records relating to George Exton Lloyd can be found in the Fellowship of the Maple Leaf fonds in series 3 titled, publications.
Main Entry
Lloyd, G.E. (George Exton), 1861-1940.
Corporate Name
Lloydminster Times.
Subjects
Barr Colony (Alta. and Sask.).
Riel Rebellion, 1885.
Accession Number
M63-2
P7508
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Canadian Church Union fonds. - 1886-1892

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Main Entry
Canadian Church Union.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
5 cm of textual records (approx. 200 letters).
Fonds Number
107
Fonds
Canadian Church Union fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
5 cm of textual records (approx. 200 letters).
Administrative History
In 1886, Charles Jenkins, a businessman and lay delegate to the Synod of Huron, moved a successful resolution calling the Provincial Synod to take immediate action to unite Anglicans in one national organization. A committee was formed to investigate the extension of the existing Provincial Synod's powers in legislating for the Canadian Church as a whole. In 1887, Jenkins, with the help of other laymen founded the "Association for Canadian Church Union". Based in London, Ont., the organization had local branches in every diocese in order to promote the cause of "Consolidation". In 1887, the Rupert's Land Provincial Synod concurred with the principle of consolidation and appointed a committee to prepare for a future conference in Winnipeg that lead to the formation of General Synod and the Church of England in Canada.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of bound correspondence of Charles Jenkins and W.J. Imlach, secretary of the Canadian Church Union, with Canadian diocesan authorities concerning the subject of consolidation of the Canadian Church of Canada. This lead to the formation of the General Synod and the Church of England in Canada.
Related Fonds
Other records relating to the Canadian Church Union can be found in the Charles Jenkins fonds.
Other records relating to the Canadian Church consolidation can be found in (GS75-01) The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada fonds
Main Entry
Canadian Church Union.
Personal Name
Imlach, J.W.
Jenkins, Charles, 1839-1920
Corporate Name
Association for Canadian Church Union
Subjects
Christian union conversations
Church of England in Canada
Accession Number
M55-3
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Edmund James Peck fonds. - 1886-1924

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Main Entry
Peck, E.J. (Edmund James), 1850-1924
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
214.8 cm of textual records.
85 photographs.
Fonds Number
108
Fonds
Edmund James Peck fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
214.8 cm of textual records.
85 photographs.
Administrative History
Edmund James Peck (1850-1924) joined the Church Missionary Society in 1876. While serving at Little Whale River, 1876-1885, he learned the Eskimo and Cree languages and compiled an English/Eskimo grammar book, which went through five major editions. Peck believed it was imperative that Christians read the scriptures. He served in Fort George, 1885-1893, Cumberland Sound, 1894-1905 and became Superintendent of the Arctic Mission Diocese of Moosonee in 1905.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of manuscripts about John Horden's life and an unpublished autobiography of E.J. Peck; Maps of Northern Canada, the Arctic and the Hudson and James Bay; Correspondence; printed materials concerning the Arctic; sermons; notebooks; drawings; journals; Eskimo grammars and notebooks; and photographs.
Associated Material
Other records of E.J. Peck can be found in the Diocese of Moosonee papers (Mf 81-4, Reel 2) and the Moose Factory Mission Church records (Mf 81-5).
Main Entry
Peck, E.J. (Edmund James), 1850-1924
Personal Name
Horden, John, 1828-1893
Boas, Franz
Peck, E.J. (Edmund James), 1850-1924
Corporate Name
Church Missionary Society.
Subjects
Inuit
Arctic regions
Indigenous Peoples - Canada - languages
Accession Number
M56-1
M2016-02
P7502
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Thomas Henry Canham fonds. - 1881-1934 ; 2008 ; 2012

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Main Entry
Canham, Thomas Henry, 1852-1947
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
39 cm of textual records (108 items).
55 photographs : b&w, 13 glass negatives.
printed material
Fonds Number
109
Fonds
T.H. Canham fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
39 cm of textual records (108 items).
55 photographs : b&w, 13 glass negatives.
printed material
Administrative History
Thomas Henry Canham (1852-1947) studied at the Church Missionary Society College at Islington, England and was ordained priest in 1880. He served at Portage La Prairie, Manitoba (1881-1882), St. Matthews Mission, Peel River, McKenzie River, N.W.T. (1882-1887), St. James Mission, Lower Yukon River (1888-1892), Tukudh Mission (1888-1891), St. Andrew, Selkirk, Yukon (1892-1910), St. Saviour, Carcross, Yukon (1910-1922), and Archdeacon of the Yukon (1892-1924). His English-Wood Indian vocabulary was published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K) in 1898. His work in the north was shared by his wife, Charlotte Sarah French Canham (m. 1886).
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of official documents, correspondence, various addresses and clippings, catalogues of books at the Church Missionary Society at Carcross and St. Andrew's Mission, notebooks and diaries, sermons and sermon material, glossaries and hymns in Selkirk Indian, translations of sections of the Prayer Book and Bible, photographs and glass plate negatives of people and places in Canham's missions.
Series on Charlotte Sarah French Canham, T.H. Canham's wife, consists of a biographical profile and articles on Charlotte by her distant relative Marilyn Lappi.
Related Fonds
Henry Alford Naylor fonds
Main Entry
Canham, Thomas Henry, 1852-1947
Personal Name
Canham, Thomas Henry, 1852-1947
Canham, Charlotte Sarah French, 1845-1921
Corporate Name
Church Missionary Society
Subjects
Arctic regions
Missionaries
Indigenous Peoples - Canada - languages
Sermons
Yukon Territory
Accession Number
M56-2
P7510
M2008-07
M2012-03
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W.H. Naylor fonds. - 1882-1908

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Main Entry
Naylor, W.H. (William Herbert), 1846-1918.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
6.5 cm of textual records.
Fonds Number
114
Fonds
William Herbert Naylor fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
6.5 cm of textual records.
Administrative History
William Herbert Naylor (1846-1918) graduated from McGill University with a B.A. in 1872, and M.A. in 1885. He was ordained deacon in1873 and priest in 1874, and served in the parish of St. Armand West, 1874, Clarendon, 1876-1907, and Farnham, 1907-1917. During his career, Naylor planned and selected sites for church buildings, conducted archdeaconry meetings, took missionary journeys through the Deanery of Clarendon and accompanied the bishop on many visitations. His book "History of the Church in Clarendon" was published in 1919.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of correspondence from the Rt. Rev. W.B. Bond dealing mainly with the Deanery of Clarendon, reports to the Bishop of Montreal for Deaneries of Clarendon and St. Andrews, histories for some parishes in the Deanery of Clarendon, and some miscellaneous material.
Main Entry
Naylor, W.H. (William Herbert), 1846-1918.
Personal Name
Bond, William Bennett, 1815-1906
Accession Number
M59-4
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Diocese of Moosonee collection. - 1883-1945

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Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Moosonee.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
32 cm of textual records.
Fonds Number
118
Fonds
Diocese of Moosonee collection
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
32 cm of textual records.
Administrative History
The diocese of Moosonee was founded in 1872. The Synod of the diocese was organized in May, 1920, at Timmins. The diocese covers 350,000 square miles.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists M61-3: letterbook of Archdeacon Thomas Vincent, Fort Albany (1895-1899), the Rt. Rev. John Horden and the Rt. Rev. J.A. Newnham (1892-1904); correspondence of Bishop Horden and Newnham (1883-1904 ); Albany Mission journal (1883-1923); and a memo "Matters prepared by Bishop Horden for consideration with M. Grahame".
M85-7 - Cree translations and sermons by the Rev. R.A. Joselyn when he was missionary at Albany, 1932-1945.
Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Moosonee.
Personal Name
Newnham, Jervois Arthur, 1852-1941
Vincent, Thomas, 1835-1907
Horden, John, 1828-1893
Joselyn, Reginald Alfred, 1906-1982
Corporate Name
Fort Albany, Ont. St. Paul's Church Mission
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada -- Bishops -- Correspondence
Cree language
Cree Indians
Accession Number
M61-3
M85-7
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Gowan Gillmor fonds. - 1884-1928

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Main Entry
Gillmor, Gowan, 1849-1928.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
13 cm of textual records (17 items).
Fonds Number
125
Fonds
Gowan Gillmor fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
13 cm of textual records (17 items).
Administrative History
Archdeacon Gowan Gillmor (1849-1928) came to Canada from Ireland and worked as a lay reader at Algoma Mills. He was ordained deacon in 1884 and priest in 1885. He served as chaplain in the North-West Rebellion (1885), in the Mission of North Bay (1885-1891), in Rosseau (1891-1907), as a travelling missionary (1907-1920), and in St. Peter's, Sault Ste. Marie (1920-1924). Gillmor was married once in Ireland and then again to Laura Gregory of North Bay, Ont.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of pocket diaries noting visits, services, baptisms and other miscellaneous observations. Included are two loose leaves describing Gillmor's service as a travelling missionary in the diocese of Algoma.
Main Entry
Gillmor, Gowan, 1849-1928.
Corporate Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Algoma
Subjects
Diaries
Missionaries
Accession Number
M68-2
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Isaac O. Stringer family fonds. - 1888-1967

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Main Entry
Stringer (family).
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
275 cm of textual records
484 phtographs
Fonds Number
138
Fonds
Isaac O. Stringer (family) fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
275 cm of textual records
484 phtographs
Administrative History
Isaac O. Stringer (1866-1934) received a B.A., 1891 from University College, Toronto, and B.D. from Wycliffe College in 1892. He was ordained deacon in 1892, priest in 1893 and then stationed at Fort McPherson in Peel River from 1892-1897 as a Church Missionary Society (C.M.S.) missionary. In the summer of 1895, Stringer took a leave of absence for a year, returning to Ontario for deputation work and to marry Sarah Ann Alexander (Sadie), March 10, 1896. After graduation from high school, Sadie studied shorthand and later worked as a secretary in New York City. She received a diploma in nursing from Grace Hospital in Toronto and studied at the Toronto Anglican Women's Training School. After spending a year together at Fort McPherson, the Stringers moved to Herschel Island in the Arctic Ocean and lived there among the Inuit from 1897-1901. Suffering acutely from eyestrain, Stringer took his family back to Ontario in the fall of 1901. In 1903, Bishop Bompas of the Diocese of Selkirk called him to serve as a C.C.C.S. (Colonial and Continental Church Society) missionary at Whitehorse, Yukon. Eventually, Stringer became Bompas' successor in the Diocese which changed its name to Yukon, Dec. 17, 1907, serving until 1931 when he became Archbishop of Rupert's Land. He died suddenly on Oct. 30, 1934 at Winnipeg.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of correspondence, manuscript books, sermons, photographs, scrapbooks and miscellaneous manuscript and printed items accumulated by the Stringers during the latter part of the nineteenth century into the mid-fifties.
The fonds is arranged in the following series: Series I. Isaac O. Stringer, 1884-1961 Series II. Sarah Ann Stringer, 1896-1954 Series III. Collected materials, 1872-1967 Series IV. Photographs, 1872-1934 Series V. Scrapbooks Series VI. Printed Items, 1901-1962
Related Fonds
Hiram Alfred Cody fonds
Archibald Lang Fleming fonds
Joe Hodgson fonds
Henry Alford Naylor fonds
Charles Edward Whittaker fonds
Max Friesen fonds
Alfred Campbell Garrioch fonds
Main Entry
Stringer (family).
Personal Name
Stringer, Isaac O., 1866-1934
Stringer, Sarah Ann, 1869-1955
Bompas, William Carpenter, 1834-1906
Cody, Hiram Alfred, 1872-1948
Peake, F.A. (Frank Alexander), 1913-2008
Whittaker, C.E. (Charles Edward), 1864-1947
Young, William D.
Corporate Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Yukon.
Subjects
Arctic regions
Missionaries
Yukon Territory
Accession Number
M74-3
P7517
P2006-04
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Missions to the Jews collection. - 1882-1912

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Main Entry
Missions to the Jews.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
6.5 cm of textual records.
Fonds Number
146
Fonds
Missions to the Jews collection
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
6.5 cm of textual records.
Administrative History
The London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews, a Church of England Society, commenced its operations in 1809. The Church of England in Canada began it's work among the Jews by raising funds for the London Society with Good Friday Appeals. Soon diocesan associations were established and then a Canadian Auxiliary to the London Society. The Diocese of Toronto was the first to appoint an organising secretary in 1882, the Rev. Johnstone Vicars. He established the Toronto Diocesan Association of the London Society and laid the foundations of the Canadian Auxiliary.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of reports, articles and pamphlets outlining the work and aims of the London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews in England, Canada and around the world.
Related Fonds
Nathanael Institute fonds
Main Entry
Missions to the Jews.
Corporate Name
London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews
Toronto Diocesan Association of the London Society
Subjects
Conversion.
Jews.
Missionaries.
Accession Number
M75-18
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Diocese of Saskatchewan fonds. - 1882, 1902, 1920-1921, 1928

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Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Saskatchewan.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Fonds Number
164
Fonds
Diocese of Saskatchewan fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Administrative History
The Diocese of Saskatchewan was founded in 1874 and its Synod was incorporated 1884. It split in 1932 to form the Diocese of Saskatoon.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of legal and financial records of the Diocese of Saskatchewan, including an act from 1882 to incorporate the Synod of the Diocese of Saskatchewan. Trust funds.
Main Entry
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Saskatchewan.
Corporate Name
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Rupert's Land
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Edmonton
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Calgary
Subjects
Land titles
Trusts and Trustees
Endowments
Accession Number
M77-10
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Arthur Sweatman fonds. - 1888, 1892

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/mss70
Main Entry
Sweatman, Arthur, 1834-1909.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Fonds Number
168
Fonds
Arthur Sweatman fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Administrative History
Arthur Sweatman (1834-1909), graduated from Christ's College, Cambridge, 1859. Ordained deacon in 1859 and priest in 1860. Curate of Holy Trinity, Islington, England, 1859-1863 and curate at St. Stephen's Canonbury, England, 1863-1865. Founder of the Islington Youth's Institute. Headmaster of Hellmuth Boy's College, London, Ontario, 1865-1871; rector of Grace Church, Brantford, Ont. (Huron), 1871-1876; priest in charge of the Parish of Woodstock, Ont. (Huron) 1876-1879. Elected Bishop of Toronto and consecrated bishop, 1879. Elected Metropolitan of Canada (sixth), Archbishop of Toronto (first) and elected primate of All Canada (third), 1907. Died Sunday, January 24, 1909.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of correspondence to and from Bishop Sweatman. A letter, dated Apr. 6, 1888, from Arthur Sweatman to Archdeacon Boddy, thanking him for a cheque received from the Ladies of Toronto to be used for his trip to England; and a folder of letters written to Sweatman from E.F. Lipsomb and his wife L.B. Lipscomb relating to the Chinese Mission in Victoria B.C.
Main Entry
Sweatman, Arthur, 1834-1909.
Personal Name
Lipscomb, E.F.
Lipscomb, L.B.
Corporate Name
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada.
Subjects
Missions, Chinese
Accession Number
M78-6
M81-18
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Evangelical Churchman Publishing Company fonds. - 1881, 1887, 1894, 1896

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/mss75
Main Entry
Evangelical Churchman Publishing Company.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Fonds Number
179
Fonds
Evangelical Churchman Publishing Company fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Administrative History
The Evangelical Churchman Publishing Company primarily published The Evangelical Churchman : A Canadian Family Newspaper ... for the Advocacy of the Principles of the Protestant Church of England. It began operation in 1876 and became a widely circulated church newspaper with J.P. Sheraton of Wycliffe College as its predominant editor. The newspaper's operation ended in 1900.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of notices and letters pertaining to stock issues.
Main Entry
Evangelical Churchman Publishing Company.
Corporate Name
J.E. Bryant Company.
Subjects
Stocks.
Accession Number
M79-10
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Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine fonds. - 1885-1960, 2005, 2006

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/mss90
Main Entry
Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 cm of textual material ; 74 photographs ; 2 moving image items
Fonds Number
192
Fonds
Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 cm of textual material ; 74 photographs ; 2 moving image items
Administrative History
The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine was founded in 1884 by a Canadian woman, Hannah Grier Coome. She took her training at an American community, the Sisters of St. Mary in Peekskill, New York, for two years. In 1884 she made her vows and returned to Toronto, where several young women were waiting to join her in establishing the new community. In 1885, the sisters moved into a house on Robinson Street. Shortly after, they acquired the house next door, on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Robinson Street, where they opened the first surgical hospital for women in Toronto. The Sisters of St. John the Divine followed what is known as the mixed Religious Life, of prayer and works of mercy, such as teaching, nursing and caring for the needy.
At its height, the SSJD ran convents in Toronto and Bracebridge; mission houses in Montreal, Toronto, Regina, and Edmonton; schools in Ottawa and Regina; an old age home in Toronto, and hospitals in Springhill, Nova Scotia and Toronto.
Their modern activities include retreats, missions, workshops, conferences, and white work embroidery at St. John's Convent in Toronto; St. John's rehabilitation hospital in Toronto; and diocesan and parish work.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of booklets of historical sketches of the sisterhood, a booklet on St. John's Convalescent Hospital, an annual report (1909), children's choral communion service hymn book (1945), articles on the convent (1953, 1960, 2005), a film entitled 'A Life to Give', photographs, and miscellaneous material.
Related Fonds
GSA also holds copies of St. John's Messenger (1892-1961); The Eagle (1964-2007); and Hilltop and Valley, Bracebridge, Ont. (1948-1959); all official publications of the SSJD.
Main Entry
Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine.
Corporate Name
Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine (Toronto)
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada -- Religious orders
Bishop Bethune College (Oshawa, Ont.)
St. John's Convent (Bracebridge, Ont.)
St. John's Convalescent Hospital (Toronto)
Accession Number
M80-16
P7603, P7811, P84103
AV8614 ; AV2006-07
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Alfred Campbell Garrioch fonds. - 1888

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Main Entry
Garrioch, A.C. (Alfred Campbell), 1848-1934.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Fonds Number
206
Fonds
Alfred Campbell Garrioch fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Administrative History
Alfred Campbell Garrioch (1848-1934) studied theology at St. John's College, Winnipeg. He established the first Protestant mission in the Peace River country in 1877 and helped found an Indian children training school at Fort Vermilion. Published several translations into the Beaver Indian language dictionary while in England and was the author of several novels.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a letter written by Garrioch to John Murray, Hudson's Bay carpenter, describing Garrioch's missionary work at St. Saviour's Mission, Fort Dunvegan and a journey made to Fort Vermillon to attend the first synod of the diocese of Athabaska in 1888. One typescript copy included.
Related Fonds
Isaac O. Stringer family fonds
Main Entry
Garrioch, A.C. (Alfred Campbell), 1848-1934.
Personal Name
Murray, John
Subjects
Missions
St. Saviour's Mission (Fort Dunvegan, NWT)
Accession Number
M80-36
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E.F. Wilson fonds. - 1880, 1882, 1890, 1907. -- Photocopied [1981?], 2000

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/mss126
Main Entry
Wilson, E.F. (Edward Francis), 1844-1915.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Fonds Number
232
Fonds
Edward Francis Wilson fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 folder.
Administrative History
Edward Francis Wilson (1844-1915), enrolled at Huron College, London, Ontario and ordained deacon, 1867 and priest, 1869. Served in the diocese of Algoma and was appointed to the Garden River missionary in Lakehead, where he founded the Shingwauk and Wawanosh homes for Indian boys and girls. Rector of Guilt Spring, British Columbia, 1893 to 1911.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a letter written to Bishop Thorneloe concerning the management of Indian schools and to the Bishop of Ontario. Newspaper clippings from _The Islander_, photographs, photocopied paintings and pictures, and a photocopy of "Our Indians in a New Light", a published lecture by E.F. Wilson.
Associated Material
Autobiography and family history by E.F. Wilson, 1866-1908 can be found in the Archives of Ontario.
Main Entry
Wilson, E.F. (Edward Francis), 1844-1915.
Personal Name
Wilson, Edward Francis, 1844-1915
Corporate Name
Shingwauk Indian Residential School (Sault Ste. Marie, ON)
Wawanosh Girls Home (Sault Ste. Marie, ON)
Subjects
Indian Residential Schools
Indigenous Peoples -- Education
Accession Number
M81-23
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G.J. Low fonds. - 1880-1904. -- Copied 1958

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Main Entry
Low, G.J. (George Jacobs), 1836-1906.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
34 p.
Fonds Number
240
Fonds
George Jacob Low fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
34 p.
Administrative History
The Rev. Canon George Jacobs Low (1836-1906) was educated in England, ordained deacon in 1864 and priest in 1865. He served for over forty years in the dioceses of Ontario and Ottawa. He received an honorary D.D. from University of Queen's College, Kingston, Ont. in the 1880's, a recognition of his work in lecturing there on labour questions. Several of Low's sermons, lectures and essays were published.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of typescript carbon copies of letters to Low, mostly in regard to his writings. A few are from G.M. Grant, principal of Queen's College at the time Low received his honorary D.D.
Main Entry
Low, G.J. (George Jacobs), 1836-1906.
Accession Number
M81-32
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John McLean (family) fonds. - 1884-1887. -- [19--?]

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Main Entry
MacLean, John, 1828-1886.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Fonds Number
236
Fonds
John McLean (family) fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
2 folders
Administrative History
John MacLean (1828-1886) was educated at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland where he received an M.A. in 1851. He came to Canada and was ordained deacon and priest in 1858 by the Bishop of Huron, Ont. MacLean served as curate, St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Ont. (1858-1866), and rector, St. John's Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba (1866-1874). In 1874, he was consecrated first bishop of the newly formed Diocese of Saskatchewan, a post he held until his death.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of photocopied letters written by Jessie McLean Hilton from Prince Albert, Bishop's Court and Fort Macleod, pertaining to her experiences in the west and the death of her father, Bishop John McLean. Also includes an 8p. typewritten biography of MacLean by an unknown author entitled, Bishop MacLean pioneer missionary.
Main Entry
MacLean, John, 1828-1886.
Personal Name
McLean, John, 1828-1886
Subjects
Travel.
Accession Number
M81-28; M81-37
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Daily journal for 1887.. - 1887

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Main Entry
Garland, J.W. (John William), 1836-1910.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 cm of texutal records.
Fonds Number
257
Fonds
John William Garland fonds
Material Type
Multiple media
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
1 cm of texutal records.
Administrative History
John William Garland (1836-1910) was ordained deacon in Central New York, 1871 and priest in Montreal, 1873. He served for three years in the parish of Boscobel, Que. where he built St. John's Church, paid off the debt of the North Ely church, and completed St. John's parsonage. He then moved to the parish of South Stukely, Que., where he remained for twenty-nine years.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of a entries in Garland's handwriting for 1887 while he was in charge of South Stukely. Includes records of visits, financial records, mailings, happenings and various newspaper clippings of historical events, scientific discoveries, marriages and other miscellaneous news.
Main Entry
Garland, J.W. (John William), 1836-1910.
Accession Number
M82-8
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