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Dennis Howard fonds
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- Textual record
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- Howard, Dennis
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ca. 10 cm of textual records
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Name of creator
Dennis Howard is a native of Lexington Kentucky. He enjoys fishing and worked as a maintenance worker for a steel company in the United States. He is now retired after thirty six years of employment.
These records were held by Dennis Howard until they were purchased by the Guelph Public Library Archives in October 2009.
Scope and content
Fonds consists of deeds, mortgages, letters, last wills and testaments, and abstracts many associated with Guelph residents including James Goldie. Included are deeds issued by the Canada Company, the City of Guelph, and the James Goldie Company Limited. Other records describe lots or pertain to water levels at the “People’s Mill” in Guelph. There is no further arrangement to these records.
A number of records in this collection are fragile and require care in their handling and use.
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Restrictions on access
Access to these records is restricted for conservation reasons. Please contact the Guelph Public Library archivist to gain access to these records.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Copyright for these records has expired and the records are now in the public domain. Permission of the Guelph Public Library, however, is still required for publication.
To access these records, consult file list F60, to identify specific files for viewing. Order box 1, Dennis Howard fonds, from the Guelph Public Library Archivist.
For related records see C21, Guelph Public Library Land Deeds and Mortgages collection.
No further accruals of records are expected.