Series 1 - Personal and family files

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UTA 1597-1


Personal and family files


  • 1959-1994 (Creation)

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0.07 m of textual records

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This small series consists of material relating to Dr. Morton’s education, and to honours awarded him. It includes papers given at Oxford and the London School of Economics and Political Science, a small set of essays written for self-education while at the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps at Camp Borden, Ontario, and a paper prepared while in charge of the officer candidate program at the Officer Training Company of the RCASC College (1962). The series also contains three appointment calendars (1973, 1974, 1976), the survivors of the daily documentation of a busy life, and an extensive press clipping file (excluding book reviews) about Dr. Morton. The series concludes with an obituary of his father, press clippings about his late wife, Janet, and manuscripts of newspaper articles on the local history of the Peel Region written by her.

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