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Fonds RC0222 - Toronto Association for Peace

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Toronto Association for Peace

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RC0222

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  • 1945-1978 (Creation)

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67.5 cm of textual records
31 photographs.

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Toronto Association for Peace (1948-)

Administrative history

The Toronto Association for Peace (TAP) was one of the many peace groups under the umbrella of the Canadian Peace Congress (CPC). It was founded at the same time or slightly before the CPC, in December 1948.

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Scope and content

There have been two accruals. The first accrual consists of some correspondence with Eva Sanderson, briefs, speeches, news letters, and other printed materials, including pamphlets by James Endicott. The second accrual consists of two series: administrative records and related organizations and partnerships.

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The first accrual was acquired in the early 1970s from Eva Sanderson, the president of TAP. The second accrual (05-2008) was acquired from Amber Lloydlandston in May 2008.

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Researchers should also consult the Canadian Peace Congress which has a series of Toronto Association for Peace materials.

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Further accruals are not expected.

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RC0222

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