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Enderby Agricultural and Horticultural Society fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1911-1915

The fonds consists of a minute book (including constitution), from Oct. 6, 1911 to Nov. 5, 1915, and a cashbook, 1914-1915.

Enderby Agricultural and Horticultural Society

Ernie Skyrme fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1912-1944

Fonds consists of one journal, dated 1912, kept by Ernie Skyrme when he was the foreman of the L & A Ranch. Entries include quantities of livestock, hardware, feed, grain or hay purchased or sold by the ranch, plus notations of new employees. Entries in the back of the book, dated 1928, record the breeding and calving of cows and sows on Hazelmere ranch. Fonds also includes one letter written by George Heggie to Ernie Syrme, 1944, where he explains his reasons for moving to Victoria and recounts memories of their experiences on the Stepney & L & A Ranch.

Skyrme, Ernie

Farmer's Union Mid Island Local fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1943-1944

The fonds consists of printed circulars including bylaws and constitution, and notices to members.

Farmer's Union. Mid Island Local (Cedar, B.C.)

Iona Station Women's Institute fonds

  • Fonds
  • October 18, 1928-1991

Fonds consists of records of the Iona Station Women’s Institute.
Fonds includes the following series:
-Minutes, 1928-1990
-Programmes, 1929-1978
-Tweedsmuir History, 1929-1984
-Scrapbooks, 1958-1990

Iona Station Women's Institute

Concerned Farm Women fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1981 - 1988

This fonds consists of materials reflecting the concerns, research and activities of Concerned Farm Women from 1981 to 1988.
It consists of administrative records including documents reflecting the group’s aims and objectives, meeting minutes (primarily 1983), membership lists (1983-1988), pamphlets, newsletters (1982-1988), project activity reports, and correspondence. Scrapbooks and folders of newspaper clippings reflect the group’s activities as well as the financial crisis facing farmers in the 1980s. Two videocassettes also review the history and accomplishments of the organization. Correspondence, conference materials and speech scripts reflect the group’s lobbying efforts. Books, reports, articles and promotional material from other agricultural organizations concerning the financial state of agriculture in Ontario and across North America informed the group’s research and activities. Finally, two books published by the group: (1) The Farmer Takes a Wife: a study by Concerned Farm Women, resulting from a 31-page survey of approximately 600 Bruce and Grey County farm women, and (2) To Have and To Hold: a guide to property and credit law for farm families in Ontario” are included in the fonds.

Concerned Farm Women

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