The fonds consists of three handwritten manuscripts. Pierrot sauvé was published under the title La Rédemption de Pierrot in 1903. Le Songe d'une nuit d'hiver was also published in 1903. Pierrot à Stamboul was published by James B. Sanders in the Revue d'histoire du théâtre 1980 (# 3) : 232-247. The manuscripts are 25, 21 and 13 pages respectively. They are undated, but were probably written sometime in the 1880s. The pantomimes are written in French.
This collection consists of letters received by Laura’s brother, Frank Beecroft, a resident of Toronto, during her time in Jerusalem and Cairo. Also included are Christian Missionary Alliance circulars, one letter from Laura to her family in Canada, and correspondence from the Christian Missionary Alliance to Frank Beecroft.
Beecroft, Laura G.
Lease by Hendrick van Aernum of Lansingburgh in Rensselaer Co., New York to Levinus Lansing of Lansingburgh, for five shillings New York money paid, granting to Levinus Lansing the piece of land lying in the patent of Stone Arabia, Rensselaer Co., for one year, paying one peppercorn in rent. Signed by Hendrick van Aernum. Dated 17 Nov. 1794. Witnesses, Daniel Marven and Richard Lansing.
Van Aernum, Hendrick
A letter written to Ernest Jones, 10 April 1941, by Oliver Baldwin. The recipient of the letter, Ernest Jones (1879-1958) was a physician, psychoanalyst, and author.
Baldwin, Oliver Ridsdale
The fonds consists of b&w photographs removed from an album. They are both family and business photographs. The business photographs include one with a group of men standing in front of a make-shift building with the sign “Robert Miller & Sons, General Contractors”. Many photographs show the construction of what appears to be a lock wall with gates. The family photographs include the following: formal family portraits, one of which is captioned “Young Fred”; vacation photographs at the family cottage north of Toronto – one is dated 1904 – with boats; vacation photographs of a trip out West possibly in the mid to late 1910s, including the Yale Hotel and Stanley Park; photographs of various family members in automobiles with one captioned “Packard?”,possibly mid to late 1910s; lakeships, group on a boat, children playing and other photographs. In addition, the fonds contains the marriage certificate of Fred R. Miller and Edna A. Noxon.
Miller, Fred R.
The album contains approximately 95 photographs (silver and albumen prints). There are photographs of the exterior of the sanatorium, the grounds, the lake, and the steamship “Medora”. People are shown canoeing, sailing, swimming, and playing tennis. A few of the women are dressed as nurses. There are several photographs of children and family groups. A few photographs clearly were not taken in Muskoka: i.e., a wagon and oxen in front of a chocolate store, three houses on a city street, and others. There are two “Gregory post cards” at the end of the album. One is of “Moonlight on Milford Bay, Muskoka” and the other of the Cedar Wild boathouse. It is pmk Toronto, Canada 10 Sept. [189-]. Unfortunately none of the photographs are captioned; the creator of the album is not known.
Muskoka Cottage Sanatorium
The first was compiled and annotated by Theodore Henry James Charmbury, who was a photographer in Saskatchewan. It consists of clippings and 41 photographs. A detailed description of the scrapbook and the material found therein is included in the box.
The second scrapbook is a collection of contemporary newspaper clippings about the Rebellion, pasted over the account book of James McDowell, an agent of The Ontario Mutual Life Assurance Co., London. The material was pasted into the ledger sometime after 1883.
Practically all of the partnership certificates in this collection pertain to publishing, printing, book selling, and allied trades. The certificates were all registered at the Registry Office in Toronto.
Ontario publishing partnerships
The fonds contains 11 letters written by and to Paul Nash. Ten of the letters in the collection are written to R. H. Wilenski (1887-), an art critic. The other letter is to Desmond Flower (1907-) of Cassell's. Flower writes about Nash's work on Urne Buriall in his autobiography, Fellows in Foolscap (1991).
Peter Martin Associates
Mitchell, John "Jack"
French rent account books. Both mss. contain names of landholders, details of their holdings and the amounts of rent due.
Coeuillor abrégé des censiers ... tant a dompbre que Hay et les appendences et despendences d'icelles pour une annee osteve[?] a la saint Rémy. Annee[?] mvi trente et un. -- 1632. -- Incomplete manuscript, 11 p.
The playscript, "Remarkable Woman," 123p., was later produced as Vivat! Vivat Regina. This version contains a scene and several passages of dialogue which were subsequently cut from the play. The letter by Bolt is dated 11 November 1969.
Collection consists of 6 poems and 1 letter from Hughes to Mr. and Mrs. Wausbrough.
The collection consists of correspondence, poetry manuscripts, and typescript of part of Memoirs of An Infantry Officer (1930), the second volume of the Sherston trilogy.
The document also contains a partial list of witnesses.
The two booklets, with covers and dues stamps, were issued by the Dominion Executive Committee of the SDPC to Ted Grydzian (spelling varies) of the Ukrainian Local No. 81 in Welland, Ont.
Social Democratic Party (Canada)