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Thomas R. Millman fonds

  • CA WCA 2023-03-13/13
  • Fonds
  • 1925 - 1996

Includes: 6 boxes, 0.77m of textual materials, ca. 59 photographs

Millman, Thomas Reagh

William Thompson Hallam Fonds

  • CA WCA 2011-01
  • Fonds
  • 1896 - 1981

The W. T. Hallam fonds consists of records documenting the family life and professional career of W. T. Hallam as an academic, editor, priest and diocesan bishop in the Church of England. Records include the correspondence of W. T. Hallam from 1903 to 1945, and some of the correspondence of his first wife Lillian Hallam; a notebook containing a record of W. T. Hallam’s sermons and addresses for 1908-1917; extensive notes for his sermons, addresses, and reviews; newspaper clippings related to both W. T. Hallam and Lillian Hallam; certificates, invitations, brochures, and pamphlets; 41 photographs from the 1920s showing various Anglican churches and rural life in Saskatchewan; and one illuminated manuscript presented to W. T. Hallam when he left his position as Principal of Emmanuel College in 1927. The fonds has been arranged into five series: personal files; correspondence; notes and addresses; academic career; and religious career.

William Thompson Hallam

R. A. Ward

  • CA WCA 2006-02
  • Fonds
  • 1930 - 1986

Fonds reflects the schooling as a Classical scholar and academic career of Rev. Dr. Ronald Arthur Ward, M.A., B.D., MDiv, Professor of New Testament. Records span five decades of scholasticism, and institutions and correspondence in England, Canada, and to a lesser extent, the United States.

Records include addresses, personal notes, letters, published material, slides, and most predominantly, manuscripts of both his monographs and articles.

Fonds is arranged alphabetically into 6 series:

  1. Addresses and conference material
  2. Manuscripts
  3. Notes
  4. Published materials
  5. School work
  6. Sermons

As well, there is one discrete item, outside of these series, “Upper Canada Bible Society certificate,” which is described at the very end of this finding aid.

Ronald Arthur Ward

Maurice Sydney Flint fonds

  • CA WCA 2006-01
  • Fonds
  • 1936 - 2005

Fonds consists primarily of Flint’s published materials, but also includes diaries written on Baffin Island; correspondence with Wycliffe College; photographs and newspaper clippings about Little Trinity Anglican Church; photographs and bulletins for chapels at Ontario correctional institutions; reports for the City of Toronto, the Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services, and the Bishop of Toronto; teaching guides and lectures on audiocassettes for the course in pastoral counselling in Antigua and Jamaica. The fonds also consists of publications by Flint, owned by Peter R.M. Mogk, the card Mogk enclosed with the donation of the fonds, and paper and electronic versions of Flint’s autobiography, as assembled and completed by Mogk. The fonds is divided into six series: Baffin Island diaries (1936-1939); Little Trinity Anglican Church (1950-1962); Chaplaincy at correctional institutions (1959-1973); Teaching materials (1984-1985); Reports and publications (1968, 1991) and Peter R.M. Mogk research and donor materials (1949-2005). The fonds also contains two loose items: an undated photograph of Flint, a letter regarding his education (1946), and a church bulletin for St. Peter’s Erindale in Mississauga (1993).

Flint, Maurice Sydney