Series 5 - Correspondence

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UTA 1276-5

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Correspondence

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  • 1978-2014 (Creation)

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0.26 m of textual records
2 photographs

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Series consists of Laurel MacDowell's correspondence which primarily documents MacDowell's professional activities within universities (the majority of the records pertain to the University of Toronto, however there is also correspondence regarding York and McMaster universities as well). The correspondence documents other aspects of MacDowell's life as well, such as her role as editor of the Ontario History journal and as a publishing academic. Additional correspondence can be found throughout other series within this accession as they pertain directly to the content of those files.

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/013(05) contains two photographs that were sent to MacDowell in a greeting card. Photographs and card have been placed in a separate folder within this file but have not been removed to a separate photograph box.

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B2015-0002/012, /013

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