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A.C. McCullum fonds
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- Source of title proper: Formerly known as Reverend Arthur Creighton McCullum fonds. Title based on provenance of the fonds.
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CA yuk yuk-162
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Copied 1982, 1999 (originally created 1925-1943) (Creation)
- McCullum, A.C., 1896-1970
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8 photographs : b&w copy negs.;.03 m of textual records
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Reverend Arthur Creighton McCullum was an Anglican Parish Priest in the Yukon Territory from 1925 to 1940. Born February 22, 1896 in Ontario Rev. McCullum received his Licentiate in Theology (L.Th.) from Wycliffe College in Toronto, in 1925. He began as a young deacon in 1925 on Herschel Island and Shingle Point, and a year later was ordained priest in the mission of Old Crow. He served in northern Yukon until 1928, in Mayo from 1929 to 1934, and in Dawson City from 1935 to 1940. In 1929 he married Charlotte Emogene Nicholson and they had three children. Rev. McCullum died in Kingston, Ontario in October 1970.
The photographs were donated by Nora Garside. The original diaries were loaned to Colin Beairsto who then brought them to the Archives for copying.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of photographs of the Anglican missions at Rampart House, Old Crow, Lapierre House, Shingle Point, and Herschel Island. Also included are shots of Rev. McCullum and congregations and the building of a new church at Old Crow, Yukon. The fonds also includes copies of three diaries belonging to Reverend Arthur Creighton McCullum covering the periods: January 1, 1928 to December 31, 1932; January 1, 1933 to December 29, 1937; and January 1, 1938 to January 7, 1943. The diaries cover Rev. McCullum's assignments at Old Crow, Rampart House, Mayo and Dawson City.
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There are no donor-imposed restrictions on the photographs (82/337). General copyright or institutional or legal restrictions may apply. The diaries (99/7) may only be accessed with written permission from the donor, Rev. Jim McCullum.
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The Anglican Church, Diocese of Yukon fonds contains photographs which were donated by Mrs. A.C. McCullum in 1985 (86/61).