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3 edition of Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario found in the catalog.

Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario

Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario -- Archival resources -- Catalogs,
  • Ontario -- History -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Barbara L. Craig, Richard W. Ramsey.
    ContributionsCraig, Barbara., Ramsey, Richard W., Ontario. Ministry of Citizenship and Culture.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination9 microfiche (1201 p.)
    Number of Pages1201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16997256M


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Archives of Ontario. Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario. Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Lazenby Craig; Richard W Ramsey; Archives of Ontario.

Inthe Archives of Ontario published its first, Guide to the Holdings of the Archives of Ontario. It was edited by Barbara Craig and Richard W. Ramsey and reflected the holdings of the Archives at the time of publication. "The entries in this Guide represent the complete holdings of the seven dioceses in the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario, the Anglican Church of Canada as of October 1,along with holdings pertaining to the Ecclesiastical Province and the Diocese of Moosonee held at the General Synod Archives in Toronto.

Selected holdings held in the archives of Wycliff College and Trinity College. Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario / edited by Barbara L. Craig, Richard W.

Ramsey. CD O57 A73 V.2 From warehouse to powerhouse: toward an archival system in Ontario / Anne MacDermaid. CD O57 M33 Guide to Published Transcriptions and Indexes of Pre Marriage Records - Word, PDF.

This guide has been created to assist researchers in accessing and using published transcripts and indexes to registrations of pre marriages, that are available in the Archives of Ontario’s reading room.

Archives of Ontario Research Guide Most Recent Update: April This research guide will help you find newspapers in the Archives of Ontario collection as well as locating newspapers that are not in our collection.

The Archives of Ontario’s newspaper holdings include: newspapers, in both original and microfilm format, from most Ontario cities andFile Size: 78KB.

In fact, I’ve spent many hours over the last few months looking at treasures from the J.J. Talman Library at the Archives of Ontario. The name is new, but the library collection dates from the beginnings of the AO over a hundred years ago.

Gathered to compliment the archival holdings of the Archives, the library provides context. For information about the Archives’ holdings, as well as access to research guides and other customer service materials available through the Archives of Ontario.

Click here to visit our website. Customer Service and Research Guides The Archives of Ontario has published a series of in-depth research guides on a variety of specific Size: KB. Archives of Ontario Directories, Telephone Books and Voters lists Research Guide Most Recent Update: April This guide will help you find county and city directories, phone books and voters’ lists that are in the Archives’ collections.

The records that this guide describes will be ofFile Size: 79KB. Guide to the holdings of the archives of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario. [Anglican Church of Canada.

Province of Ontario.;] -- "The entries in this Guide represent the complete holdings of the seven dioceses in the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario, the Anglican Church of Canada as of October 1,along with.

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Microfiche and Microfilm. Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario edited by Barbara L. Craig, Richard W. Ramsey. CD O57 A73 A Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario / edited by Barbara L. Craig, Richard W.

Ramsey. Archives of Ontario, Ian Macdonald Blvd, Toronto This research guide is maintained by Richard Carter (@).

It was last updated January If you’re interested in historical newspapers outside Toronto, try the Ontario Archives ( Ian Macdonald Blvd., near Keele Street on the York University campus). Guide to the holdings of the Archives of Ontario / edited by Barbara L. Craig, Richard W.

Ramsey. CD O57 A73 V.2 From warehouse to powerhouse: toward an archival system in. Welcome to the Canadian Libraries page.

The Toronto scanning centre was established in on the campus of the University of its humble beginnings, Internet Archive Canada has worked with more institutions, in providing their unique material(s) with open access and sharing these collections the world over.

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Taylor Library & Archives provide a research context for the collection, exhibitions and public programs of the Art Gallery of Ontario. In addition to supporting general art research, the library’s ,+ volumes include rare books and artists’ books and multiples.

The Archives of Ontario is the guardian of Ontario’s documentary memory and sincehas been providing innovative leadership in collecting, managing and preserving the records of the Government of Ontario and promoting and facilitating their use by present and future generations.

Our. Ontario Land Record Index cc (microfiche) Index to the Upper Canada Land Books edited by Susan Smart (CD) Upper Canada Land Books Index, Nos. [Online Index at OGS] Belleville, Sidney & Thurlow Township Papers, Indexed; Canada Company Remittance Books, Genealogical Extraction & Index, Archeion is a service provided by the Archives Association of Ontario (AAO).

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Agincourt, Ontario: Generation Press, (Family History Library book K23g.) Further information is available from the Diocese of Ontario Archives website. Guide to the Holdings of the Archives of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario Baptists There have been several Baptist denominations in Canada, including the Regular Baptists and Particular Dependent Closed Communion Baptists.

Inventory of Ontario Newspapers,First Edition, Toronto, Ontario: Micromedia Ltd., (Family History Library book B33i.) This is a survey of libraries across Canada and the British Newspaper Library in London, England.

It lists their holdings of 2, Ontario newspapers (original and microfilm copies). The Internet Archive offers o, freely downloadable books and texts. There is also a collection of million modern eBooks that may be borrowed by anyone with a free account.

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CD O5 A54 Opened in and named for John Robarts, the 17th Premier of Ontario, the library contains more than million bookform items, million microform items andother items.

The library building is one of the most significant examples of brutalist architecture in. EXPLORE a selection of images drawn from the holdings of the Archives of Ontario which document the richness and diversity of the province's history and landscape. Images are continually being added to the database, so be sure to visit frequently.

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List of the archives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Canada: microfilmed by the Archives of Ontario (MS) / prepared by R. Nickerson. CD O5 N63 Suggested Books 1. The Archive of Modern Conflict is an organisation dedicated to the collection and preservation of vernacular photographs, objects, artefacts, curiosities, and ephemera.

Founded inthe archive began as a collection of photographs relating to war and conflict but has since expanded its remit to become the vast and thematically diverse.

The Archives of Ontario Library is invisible. Researchers can’t visit the Library, but must access holdings through the BiBLION can request material on site, or via email in advance, and you books will be delivered to the Reading Room.

The Mennonite Archives of Ontario has its origins in the research undertaken by Lewis J. Burkholder in the early s for his book "A brief history of the Mennonites in Ontario." The rare documents he gathered were placed in a "Mennonite box" at the Archives of Ontario in Toronto.

The Archives of Ontario (French: Archives publiques de l'Ontario) are the archives for the province of Ontario, d in as the Bureau of Archives, the archives are now under the responsibility of the Ministry of Government and Consumer main offices of the archive are located at York University in arters: Ian Macdonald Boulevard, Toronto.

Seneca Archives and Special Collections identifies, preserves, and makes available for use Seneca's documentary heritage and special collections.

We collect inactive records of long-term value produced by the departments and offices of Seneca, as well as private donations of records of individuals and organizations closely associated with : Sean Hayes.

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Craig, Barbara Lazenby., Ramsey, Richard W. Toronto, Canada: Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture. ISBN OCLC Alma mater: University of London. Guide to Birth, Marriage and Death Records at the National Archives of Canada. Ottawa: Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, Ottawa: Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, (Family History Library book K23c ) The edition is on microfilm at the Family History Library under the title Parish Registers Held at.

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