Subseries 2 - Records related to the Centenary

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Records related to the Centenary

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CA ON00357 2000-17-2

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  • 1931-1937 (Creation)

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20 cm of textual records
29 photographs

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(1931-1936)

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The Centenary Committee had been appointed by the Senate on May 1, 1931. The Board of Regents was asked to approve the appointment. The Committee recommended to the Board and to the Senate that on June 7th, 1932, the centenary of the laying of the corner stone of the Upper Canada Academy in Cobourg, a pilgrimage to Cobourg be undertaken in celebration. A sub-committee was appointed to make arrangements for the event. In April of 1935, the Committee presented an interim report, outlining proposals for the celebration to be held in October of 1936.

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Sub-series consists of reports, correspondence and notes of the Centenary Committee and it's sub-committees. Includes class lists, registration lists, clippings, pamphlets, and other material related to the Centenary, including records related to the Pilgrimage to Cobourg that was planned as a celebration of the Centenary. The sub-series also contains an Illuminated address given to King Edward VIII by the University on the occasion of its centennial that expresses gratitude for the Royal Charter granted in 1836 and renews a declaration of loyalty to the Crown; it is signed by the Chancellor and the Board of Regents. Also consists of a letter from the Board of Regents to King George V.

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Photographs are described in the photograph database : http://archival-photos.vicu.utoronto.ca/.

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See the Victoria University Archives Ephemera Collection http://library.vicu.utoronto.ca/archives/ephemera

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Victoria Univesity Archives

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