Accession B2009-0047 - Clark/Moogk Family 2009 accession

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UTA 1150-B2009-0047

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Clark/Moogk Family 2009 accession

Date(s)

  • 1925-[196-] (Creation)

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0.07 m of textual and graphic records (2 boxes)

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(1906-1979)

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Personal records of Ernest George Moogk; his wife, Virginia Marguerite Clark Moogk; and his daughter, Marguerite Emma Moogk Hunt.

Ernie Moogk : paper, “The Germans in Canada” (ca 1930), photographs he took a University of Toronto Settlement camp that he organized (15 April 1956), list of 'professional engineering affiliates of The Company' (nd.), and list of support staff (?) at U of T (195-?).

Virginia Moogk : a list (post-1961) of names of 1929 graduates in Household Science and Household Economics, and a draft of the seating plan for a dinner (unidentified) with a list of speakers, including George Sidney Brett, W. J. Dunlop, and Virginia Moogk.

Marguerite Hunt : preliminary notes by A. S. P. Woodhouse for 'English 4K: Nineteenth century thought' (1955) and a letter (1925-12-18) from him to Maurice [unknown].

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B2009-0047/001

Retrieval code (photographs)

B2009-0047/001P

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