Fonds 1316 - Frederick Barber Goodwillie fonds

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UTA 1316

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Frederick Barber Goodwillie fonds

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  • 1892-1894 (Creation)

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0.02 m of textual records (1 box)

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Biographical history

Originally from Georgetown, Ontario. BA (University College) 1894; became a lawyer practicing for many years (from about 1902) in Melfort, Saskatchewan and later (1939-1942) in Cayuga, Ontario. Died 18 July 1951.

Archival history

Found in Hagersgville Secondary School; briefly were in the custody of the Grand Erie Education Archives and were turned over, along with other material relating to Frederick Barber Goodwillie, to the Law Society of Upper Canada Archives which transferred Goodwillie's course notes to UTARMS.

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Two volumes of course notes taken by Frederick Barber Goodwillie while a student in the Faculty of Arts at University College. The first is of notes on lectures in Medieval History delivered by Charles Allan Stuart, who took over from Sir Daniel Wilson at the beginning of March, 1892 and taught for the remainder of the term. The second volume contains notes of the complete set of lectures delivered by Professor William John Alexander to fourth year honours students in English (October 1893 to April 1894).

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B2006-0010

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