Fonds F2233 - Clerical Alumni of Trinity College Fonds

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CA ON00335 F2233

Title

Clerical Alumni of Trinity College Fonds

Date(s)

  • 1896-1963 (Creation)

Level of description

Fonds

Extent and medium

5 cm of textual records

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Name of creator

(1896-1985)

Administrative history

A committee was formed in November 1896 at a meeting of the Missionary and Theological Association to make arrangements for a January Reunion of Divinity Students of Trinity College. This became a yearly event known as the Clerical Alumni and Associates Conference and Reunion. From 1922 the Conference was held in September, except in the years 1931 and 1943 when the General Synod met in Toronto. The lectures endowed by the late Dean George Lothrop Starr were an important feature of these conferences. For nearly 20 years Rev. and Mrs. Harry S. Musson gave a reception for delegates and their wives at the Toronto Hunt Club.

In 1985 the Clerical Alumni became the Trinity College Divinity Associates.

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Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Materials assumed from the Office of Convocation at Trinity College

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Scope and content

Fonds consists of Conference programmes for some years. Also included is the first minute book of the group from its inception until 1913.

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None expected.

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Materials have been arranged by the archivist.

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A photocopy of the minute book is included for the use of researchers, due to the frailty of the original.

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  • English

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