Mary G. Peters fonds. — 1913-1941.
3 folders.

Admin/Biographical:

Mary Gladys Peters (1883-1969) graduated from the Church of England Deaconess and Missonary Training House, 1914.  She studied nursing at the Toronto General Hospital, 1914-1917.  Served at St. Paul’s Hospital, Kweiteh, Honan, China until 1938.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of notebooks concerning Mary Peter’s experience living in Honan, China, letters written to Mary Peters and a paper recollecting Mary Peter’s experiences in Honan, China.  Also includes Diaries written during training in Canada and service in China.

Notes:

  • Title based on contents of fonds.
  • Handwritten.
  • Typescript.

Related fonds:

Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Geographic Names:

Honan (China)

263 CHRISTOPHER R.M. WILSON FONDS

Christopher R.M. Wilson fonds. — [1969?]

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Christopher Wilson, graduated from St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge, England and Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Ordained deacon, 1960 and priest, 1961.  Assistant curate of Morden Parish Church, London and moved to the United States in 1963 to first serve as junior assistant, assistant and later Chief Chaplain Resident of the Medical College of Virginia.  Rector of the Parish of Holy Trinity Church, Merlin; St. Paul’s, Erieau, and Christ Church, Ouvry in 1965.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a paper titled, “An Internship in Parish History”, which analyses post graduate professional training and whether assistant curates are an integral part of the educational process.  Copied reports on post-ordination training and the role of assistant curates.  List of deacons ordained and places and durations of assistantships in the Diocese of Toronto from 1964-1968.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Xerox.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

264 STEPHEN F. HOPKINS FONDS

The Anglican Fellowship For Social Action. — 1982.

175 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Stephen Hopkins earned his M.A. degree in Arts in Theology at the University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology, 1982.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a copy of Hopkin’s thesis concerning Christian social efforts.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

General Notes:

Copy acquired from Stephen Hopkins.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

265 LLOYD DELANEY FONDS

Lloyd Delaney fonds. — 1935-1996.

360 cm of textual records

50 lantern slides

2 audio reels.

Admin/Biographical:

Lloyd Jackson Delaney (1917-2002) was educated at Trinity College, Toronto.  He was ordained deacon in 1941 and priest in 1942.  Delaney served parishes in the Diocese of Toronto including Perrytown with Gores Landing and Harwood, 1943-1948; Lakefield, 1948-1957; and Midland, 1957-1968.  Delaney wrote a book about the church in Gores’ Landing (Small but Bountiful) and several articles about rural ministry in Canada.  He was involved with rural ministry associations and was a Canadian national representative on the Rural Workers Fellowship, an American organization.

Custodial History:

M83-2 donated by the Rev. Lloyd J. Delaney

Records in the custody of Paul Delaney donated in several deposits.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of Delaney’s personal papers, writings and publications, and research files on Rice Lake, Gore’s Landing, Ont., the Rural Workers Fellowship and other files related to national rural ministry and related associations.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

Related fonds:

Council for Social Service fonds

General Notes:

GSA holds publications by Delaney in the historical library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Rural Workers Fellowship

Geographic Names:

Gore’s Landing (Ont)

Rice Lake (Ont.)

266 ANN C. MACAULAY FONDS

Ann C. Macaulay fonds : 1841 — Photocopied [1983?].

4 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Wife of The Reverend William Macaulay, rector of St. Mary Magdalene Church, Picton, Ontario.

Custodial History:

Aquired from Pat Clarke.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a letter to her sister in-law, Helen Macaulay.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Transcript.

Many crossouts.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Macaulay, Helen.

250 JOHN HUDSPITT TURNER FONDS

John Hudspitt Turner fonds. — 1930, 1933.

7 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Jack (John Hudspitt) Turner (1905-1947) was trained at the B.C.M.S. College, Bristol, England.  He was ordained deacon and priest in Canada in 1929.  He was a B.C.M.S. missionary at Pond Inlet, NWT (1929-1945) and Moffett Inlet, NWT (1945-1947) in the Diocese of the Arctic. He was involved with translation of portions of the Prayer Book and the Bible into Eastern Arctic Eskimo.  Turner was Honorary Canon of the Arctic, 1939-1947.  He died December 6, 1947 after a tragic gun accident and dramatic rescue mission documented in Operation Canon, by Maurice S. Flint.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Frank J. Petrie.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists photocopies of two holograph letters written by Turner from Ponds Inlet, Baffin Land to F.J. Petrie, concerning his work in the north.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Related fonds:

Diocese of the Arctic fonds

General Notes:

GSA holds microfilm copies of the Canon John Turner Diaries, 1928-1946 (Mf 70-1)

GSA has publications by and about J.H. Turner in the historical library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Turner, John Hudspitt, 1905-1947

Petrie, Frank J.

Corporate Names:

Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society (B.C.M.S.).

Geographic Names:

Baffin Island (N.W.T.).

268 C.E. WHITTAKER FONDS

C.E. Whittaker fonds. — 1945.

1 manuscript.

Admin/Biographical:

Charles Edward Whittaker (1864-1947) graduated from Wycliffe College and was ordained deacon in 1895 and priest in 1898 by Bishop Reeve of Mackenzie River.  He was a missionary in the Arctic for 23 years, 1897-1920, serving at Fort McPherson, Herschel Island, and Whitehorse.  He did a lot of translation work (Western Eskimo) and was Archdeacon of Mackenzie River, 1914-1918.  He finished his career serving in several parishes in the Diocese of Toronto, 1921-1934.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Agnes Whittaker.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a manuscript by Archdeacon Whittaker entitled, Sunrise in Eskimo Land or Dawn Among Eskimo.  This manuscript outlines his missionary work in the north and in Ontario until the mid 1930’s.  Manuscript includes information about Archdeacon Robert McDonald, Bp. Isaac O. Stringer, W.D. Young, W.H. Fry, Edward Hester, Herbert Girling, G.E. Merritt, W.H.B. Hoare, and John Firth.  Also includes reference to Indian Residential Schools at Hay River and Carcross.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Chapters stapled together.

Some stained pages.

Related fonds:

Diocese of the Arctic fonds

Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) fonds

Isaac O. Stringer family fonds

James Richard Lucas fonds

Herbert Girling fonds

General Notes:

Whittaker’s translation files and many of his photographs are in the Diocese of the Arctic fonds

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Whittaker, C.E. (Charles Edward), 1864-1947

Fry, William Henry, 1885-1921

Girling, Herbert, 1891-1920

Hester, Edward, 1882-1945

Hoare, William Henry Beer, 1890-1948

McDonald, Robert, 1829-1913

Merritt, Gabriel Eldon, 1888-1940

Stringer, Isaac O., 1866-1934.

Young, William D.

Corporate Names:

Chooutla Indian Residential School (Carcross, YT)

St. Peter’s Indian Residential School (Hay River, NWT)

Geographic Names:

Mackenzie River Delta (Man.).

267 SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS FONDS

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts fonds. — 1788-1867.

1 folder.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of extracts from the Society’s journals and printed reports, making reference to the history of the Diocese of Quebec.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Handwritten.

Pages ripped.

General Notes:

See microfilm reels (Mf 78-14) for the Society’s operations from 1630-1889.  See finding aid for contents of each reel.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

252 STUART ANDREW WETMORE FONDS

Stuart Andrew Wetmore fonds. — 1978.

189 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Stuart Andrew Wetmore (1950- ) received a B.A. in 1976 from the State University of New York and graduated in 1977 with Master of Divinity from the Atlantic School of Theology, Halifax.  He was ordained deacon in 1978 and priest in 1979.  He was  curate (1978-1979) and then Incumbent (1980-1984) of Great Whale River, Diocese of the Arctic.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a typescript copy of a paper entitled, Divine discontent : Anglicans and social action in Nova Scotia, 1945-1965.  This paper was presented by Wetmore for the degree of Master of Divinity, written under the supervision of Rev. Dr. Gordon E. MacDermid.

Notes:

General Notes:

See also entries under this heading in classified catalogue.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Geographic Names:

Nova Scotia.

269 WILLIAM BOULTON FONDS

William Boulton fonds : 1830, 1833. — Photocopied [1983?].

3 p.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Margaret S. Machell, archivist of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of an oath of subscription, declaring Boulton’s confirmation to the liturgy of the United Church of England and list of sermon topics.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

General Notes:

Original notebook listing baptisms administerd by Boulton are at the Metropolitan Toronto Central Library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

270 SORRENTO CENTRE FONDS

Sorrento Centre fonds. — 1983.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Sorrento Centre was established in 1963 on Shusway Lake in Sorrento, British Columbia as a spiritual retreat for people to learn the teachings of Christianty.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a manual outlining the policies and standards of the centre, pamphlets, brochures and pledge cards.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Printed.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

271 FLORENCE LI TIM-OI FONDS

Florence Li Tim-oi fonds : 1983. — Photocopied [1983?].

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Florence Li Tim-oi (1907-1992) was born in Hong Kong.  She was educated in a Chinese government school and attended middle school in Hong Kong.  While in middle school she and the rest of her family were baptised Anglican.  The Rev. Li had the opportunity to attend Guangzhou Union Theological College and graduated in 1938.  She served in Macao during the war years.  She was ordained deaconess in 1941 and priest in 1944 by Bishop R.O. Hall, of Hong Kong and South China.  This made her the first woman to be ordained priest in the world-wide Anglican Communion.  After the war, she participated in the Three-Self Patriotic Movement, separating the Chinese Church from its image as a foreign church, making Christians truly a part of their country.  The Rev. Li retired in Canada where her relatives lived.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Rhea Whithead, “China & Ourselves”.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of two articles on the life and ordination of Florence Li Tim-oi.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

General Notes:

GSA holds a copy of, The Raindrops of my life : The Rev. Florence Tim Oi Li, First ordained Anglican woman priest, 1993 & 2010 (MM52.7 .L53)

GSA holds photographs and articles regarding Florence Tim Oi Li in the Portraits Collection (P9304).

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Li Tim-oi, Florence, 1907-1992

272 ST. AUGUSTINE FOUNDATION FONDS

St. Augustine Foundation fonds. — 1957-1967.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

The St. Augustine Foundation was established to encourage Canadian students to pursue university level education and provide financial aid to students who had a sense of Christian vocation.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Mrs. E.G. Moogk.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of an annual report (1957), correspondence, membership lists and financial records including an audited financial statement.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

273 RONALD F. SHEPHERD FONDS

Ronald F. Shepherd fonds. — 1978.

23 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Ronald Shepherd, graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1948 and associate of King’s College, London,  1952.  Ordained deacon in 1952 and priest in 1953.  Rector of All Saints, Sydney, Sussex, 1959-1965, dean and rector of All Saints Cathedral, Edmonton, Alberta, 1965 -1969 and rector of Montreal and dean of Christ Church Cathedral, 1970-1978.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Christ Church, Montreal.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of six sermons pertaining to social issues preached during Lent.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

255 ST. PETER’S ANGLICAN CHURCH (MIDLOTHIAN, ONT.) FONDS

History of St. Peter’s Midlothian. — [18–].

5 p.

Admin/Biographical:

St. Peter’s Church, Midlothian was built in the summer of 1880.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Ann Story.

Scope and Content:

Consists of a photocopy of handwritten entries describing the history of the church from 1879-1915.

Notes:

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Algoma.

Geographic Names:

(Midlothian, Ont.)

275 CONFERENCE ON CANADIAN MISSIONARIES & EAST ASIA FONDS

Conference on Canadian Missionaries & East Asia fonds. — 1983.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Conference on Canadian Missionaries & East Asia was held at Croft Chapter House, University College, University of Toronto from April 22-23,1983.  The conference speakers included Cyril Powles, M. Gewurtz, A. Austin, J. Grant, and others.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Margo Gewurtz, associate professor at York University.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of edited transcripts of proceedings of the conference, with lists of participants and presentations.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

General Notes:

See page 1 for listing of presentations.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Powles, Cyril Hamilton, 1918-1993.

276 JOHN S. LONG FONDS

John S. Long fonds. — 1984-1986.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

John Stephen Long (1948- ), historian and educator, was graduated with an Ed.D. from the University of Toronto – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in 1986.  His research and writing has concentrated on the Western James Bay Cree and the impact of European missionary contact and Treaty No.9.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of articles by John S. Long including:  Rev. E.A. Watkins: Missionary to the Cree: 1852-1857 (1985); Kitche Manito Re-Examined: Some Eastern Cree notions of a Supreme Being, based on an interview with Richard J. Preston; Re-introducing Christianity to the Western James Bay Cree: their own Accounts of Early Missionary Activity (1985); “People use to be Fine when Everybody had their own Pews”: The Politics of Education in Moose Factory, Ontario (1986); and John Horden Biography, a brief biography with an extended bibliography.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

1 folder.

Acquired from John S. Long

Related fonds:

Diocese of Moosonee collection

General Notes:

GSA holds publications by John S. Long in the historical library.

GSA holds Cree language dictionaries written by the Rev. E.A.  Watkins.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Horden, John, 1828-1893.

Watkins, Edwin Arthur, 1827-1907

Preston, Richard J.

256 MARJORIE POWLES FONDS

Marjorie Powles fonds. — 1953, 1982.

18 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Marjorie Agnes Powles (née Watson) (1913- ) was educated at the University of Manitoba and Wesley College (now the University of Winnipeg), where she received a B.A., English in 1934.   Marjorie was active in the Student Christian Movement and in 1942, moved to Toronto and attended Covenant College (the United Church training college, now part of the Centre for Christian Studies), and Emmanuel College. After graduation, she served as SCM Secretary at McGill University, Montreal (1943-1946), while continuing to take theology courses at Divinity Hall.  In 1946, she married the Anglican priest Cyril Hamilton Powles and went to Japan with him as a missionary with the M.S.C.C.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a typescript copy of a paper prepared for a class presentation entitled “Women in Anglicanism” (1982), and a copy of the “Bulletin and Newsletter of the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth” which is an essay written by Marjorie Powles entitled “Women too have vocation”, concerning sexual love and Christian theology (vol. 1, Dec. 1953, no. 3).

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Acquired from Marjorie Powles.

Related fonds:

Powles family fonds

General Notes:

GSA holds publications of Marjorie Powles in the historical library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

277 PHILIP SUTHERLAND FONDS

The Woodland Cree. — 1984.

29 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Philip Sutherland was originally from Moose Factory.  He studied at the Centre for Christian Studies, Toronto.

Custodial History:

Acquired from the Centre for Christian Studies.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a manuscript entitled “The Woodland Cree”, concerning the Cree’s religion, social units and survival habits.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

278 CARL BENN FONDS

The Church of England in York, Upper Canada : 1793-1820. — 1983.

175 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Carl Benn was a student in the Faculty of Divinity at Trinity College, Toronto in 1983.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of an honour’s thesis on the role of the Anglican Church in York and the history of St. James Cathedral.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Toronto, Ont. St. James Cathedral.

279 BERYL M. MORRIS FONDS

Beryl M. Morris fonds. — 1981.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Beryl M. Morris, an honours student at Atkinson College, York University, North York.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of two essays, entitled “Self Sacrifice: The Christian Concept in Light of Psychoanalytic Theory” and “Interpretations of Miracles”.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Xerox.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

257 J.W. GARLAND FONDS

Daily journal for 1887.

1 item.

Admin/Biographical:

John William Garland (1836-1910) was ordained deacon in Central New York, 1871 and priest in Montreal, 1873.  He served for three years in the parish of Boscobel, Que. where he built St. John’s Church, paid off the debt of the North Ely church, and completed St. John’s parsonage.  He then moved to the parish of South Stukely, Que., where he remained for twenty-nine years.

Custodial History:

General Theological Seminary from Sandhills Community College.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a entries in Garland’s handwriting for 1887 while he was in charge of South Stukely. Includes records of visits, financial records, mailings, happenings and various newspaper clippings of historical events, scientific discoveries, marriages and other miscellaneous news.

Notes:

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Geographic Names:

South Stukely (Que.).

274 ACCRA DIOCESAN ASSOCIATION FONDS

Accra Diocesan Association fonds. — 1972-1975.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Diocese of Accra is located in the province of West Africa.

Custodial History:

Acquired from Mrs. E.G. Moogk.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of membership lists and correspondence to E.G. Moogk.

Notes:

Title based on contents of fonds.

Typescript.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Moogk, E.G.

258 JOHN ANTLE FONDS

Memoirs of Dr. John Antle. — [193-]

123 p.

Admin/Biographical:

John Antle (1865-1949) was the founder and first superintendent of the Columbia Coast Mission.  He was educated at Normal School and taught for three years before entering Queen’s Theological College, Halifax, graduating in 1890.  He was ordained deacon in 1890 and priest in 1892.  Before establishing the Mission in 1905,  Antle served in the parishes of Greenspond and Catalina (1890-1897), Roslyn and Anacortes, Washington State (1898-1899) and Holy Trinity, Fairview, Vancouver (1899-1904).

Custodial History:

Copy of original acquired from R. Garth Walker, Archivist, Anglican Provincial Synod of British Columbia.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a photocopy of Antle’s typescript autobiography describing his youth, entry to the church, founding of the Columbia Coast mission and experiences while acting as superintendent.

Notes:

Related fonds:

Columbia Coast Mission fonds

General Notes:

GSA holds publications of John Antle in the historical library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Columbia Coast Misson.

260 ST. JOHN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH (PETERBOROUGH, ONT.) FONDS

Episcopal New Church, Peterboro’, in the district of Newcastle, Upper Canada. — 1838.

2 p.

Admin/Biographical:

Bishop John Strachan consecrated St. John’s church in 1843.  Finances were a problem throughout the building of the church, as pew revenues fell short of expectations and members of the congregation did not offer regular support.  As a result, several efforts were made to seek financial assistance from England, Ireland and various Christian societies.

Custodial History:

Unknown.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a photocopy of a circular letter issued by Charles T. Wade, rector and missionary, to raise funds in England to pay off the debt incurred in the building of the first stone church in the mission of Peterborough.

Notes:

General Notes:

See also entries under this heading in classified catalogue.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

St. John’s Anglican Church (Peterborough, Ont.)

Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto

Geographic Names:

Peterborough (Ont.)

283 HENRY BUDD FONDS

Henry Budd Letters. — 1841-1851.

17 letters.

Admin/Biographical:

The Rev. Henry Budd ([ca. 1812] – 1875) was the first aboriginal person of the Americas to be ordained an Anglican priest.  He was born at Norway House, Rupert’s Land and named Sakacewescan (Going-up-the-Hill).  His name was changed when he was baptised by John West July 21, 1822.   He was educated at the Church Missionary Society school at Red River Settlement.  Budd left the school about 1827 to become a clerk for the HBC.  He married in 1936 and returned to Red River with his wife and bought farm land near St Andrews. In 1837 he was persuaded by David Thomas Jones and William Cockran to teach at the Upper Church (St John’s) parish school.  He went to The Pas in the spring of 1840 as school teacher and catechist.  In 1850 Henry Budd and his son returned to Red River where Henry was taught theology by Bishop David Anderson.  Budd was ordained deacon in December 1952 and priest in June 1953 in Christ Church, The Pas.  Soon after, he was sent to Nepowewin (Nipawin, Sask.) where he remained in charge there until 1867, when he returned to minister at The Pas.  Budd remained in The Pas until his death and is buried there.  There is a Christian Leadership Training School named after Henry Budd in The Pas.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of photocopies of 17 letters written by Henry Budd primarily while he was at The Pas to someone at the Red River Settlement.

Notes:

Finding Aids: Item level finding aid available.

General Notes:

GSA holds several articles and publications about Henry Budd in the historical library.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada General Synod Archives

Personal Names:

Budd, Henry Sakacewescan, [ca. 1812] – 1875

Geographic Names:

The Pas, MB

284 THE INTERNATIONAL ANGLICAN LITUGICAL CONSULTATION FONDS

The International Anglican Litugical Consultation fonds.–1984-1999.

24 cm. of textual records.

Admin/Biographical:

The International Anglican Liturgical Consultations were established in 1983, first meeting in Boston in 1985.  The primary task of the Consultations is to foster mutuality, scholarship and understanding, to respond when particular issues arise and to assist in clear communication, but not impose any program on the Anglican Communion.

Members of the Anglican Liturgical Consultation include Anglican liturgical scholars, liturgical officers of Anglican provinces and nominees from the Anglican Consultative Council and Primate’s meetings.  Membership is encouraged from developing countries.  The business of the Anglican Liturgical Consultations is conducted by the steering committee that determines the theme for each meeting. There is a close link with the work of the Societas Liturgica and the Consultation on Common Texts (English).

Consultations were initially held biennially.  In 1991 it was decided to hold an informal conference every two-years and a quadrennial consultation.  Both are planned to promote access to development in liturgical scholarship and practice; adequate representation of provinces and regional churches; contributions of those with expertise in particular areas; mutual exchange, cross-fertilization and encouragement.

Topics of the meetings have included:

Children and Communion, Boston, USA, 1985

Liturgy in Liturgy in the Life of the People of God, Brixen, Italy, 1987

Inculturation, York, England, 1989

Theology of Initiation, Toronto, Canada,1991

The Eucharist, Untermarchtal, Gernmany, 1993

Principals for Liturgical revision and renewal, Dublin, Ireland, 1995

Ordering of Ministry and Ecumenism,Jarvenpaa, Finland, 1997

Ordination, Kottyam, India, 1999

Custodial History:

Acquired from Rev. David Holeton by the archives in 1996.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of records crated or accumulated by the Secretary of the Steering Committee of  the International Anglican Liturgical Consultations.  Records include minutes, correspondence, and papers from the meetings of the consultation.

Notes:

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

handwritten

typescript

Deposited by the Rev. David Holeton who served as secretary from 1985-1996.

Restrictions to Access: none
Finding Aids: finding aid available

Related fonds:

Primate’s Office fonds and the Liturgical Office fonds

285 DE WOLF FAMILY FONDS

De Wolf family fonds.– 1954 -[196-?]

5 cm. of manuscript and photographic records.

Admin/Biographical:

This collection was set up in anticipation of materials being contributed to the General Synod archives as part of a pastoral outreach from the General Secretary’s office related to the response to residential schools litigation.

The fonds consists primarily of the material was donated by the DeWolf family.  The Rev. James Edward (Teddy) Dewolf (1916-1981) was principal at St. Paul’s Indian Residential School, Blood Reserve, Cardston, Alberta from 1953-1963 and LaTuque Indian Residential School, LaTuque, Quebec from 1963-1969.

Custodial History:

Donated by the De Wolf family

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of records created or accumulated by former staff of the Anglican Residential Schools and their families.  Records include newsletters, Dewolf family memorabilia, and photo slides from St. Paul’s IRS, Cardston, AB.

Notes:

Supplied title.  Formerly titled, Residential Schools Staff collection.

1954-[196-?]

Restrictions to Access: none
Finding Aids: Finding aid available.

Related fonds:

Missionary Society of the Church in Canada fonds

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada General Synod Archives

Personal Names:

DeWolf, James Edward, 1916-1981

Corporate Names:

St. Paul’s Indian Residential School, Blood Reserve, Cardston, AB

Geographic Names:

Cardston, AB

286 MAX FRIESEN FONDS

Max Friesen fonds. — 2004.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Max Friesen is a professor of Anthropology at the University of Toronto.  He has done extensive research into Isaac Stringer’s missionary work in the Mackenzie Delta in the 1890’s.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of one article in typescript 35p. in length about the village of Kittigazuit.  The article is a description and interpretation of Bishop Stringer’s account of Kittigazuit, the largest and most important Inuvialuit site of the 19th century.

Notes:

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Related fonds:

For related material see the Stringer family fonds M74-3

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Stringer, Isaac O., 1866-1934.

Geographic Names:

Kittigazuit, NWT

287 IAN R. DALTON FONDS

Ian R. Dalton fonds. — 2004.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Ian R. Dalton is the great grand nephew of the Rev. William Arthur Johnson and the son of  F. Keith Dalton who originally wrote an article on The Life of the Rev. William Arthur Johnson.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of 1 article in typescript 53 p. in length entitled, The Life of the Reverend William Arthur Johnson (1816-1880) Clergyman, Schoolmaster, Scientist, Artist and Master-Builder.  Founder of Trinity College School, Weston & Port Hope.  It is the expanded version of the short biography compiled by F. Keith Dalton in 1965 and published in The Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society, Vol. III, No. 1, March 1966.

Notes:

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

June 2004

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Personal Names:

Johnson, William Arthur, 1816-1880

Corporate Names:

Weston, ON – Trinity College School

Port Hope, ON – Trinity College School

288 SYLVIA BROWN FONDS

Sylvia Brown fonds. — 2005, 2006.

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Sylvia Brown is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Alberta.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of one article in typescript 26 p. in length entitled, The Pilgrim’s Progress among aboriginal Canadians: Missionary translations of Bunyan into Cree and Inuktitut.  The article was prepared by Dr. Sylvia Brown (Inuktitut) and Arlette Zinck, The King’s University College.  File also contains an offprint copy of the article printed in 1650-1850 : Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 13 (2006), 201-223.

Notes:

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Related fonds:

For related material see The Arctic fonds M96-7,  the Fleming fonds M70-1

Personal Names:

Flint, Maurice Sidney, 1913-2000

Vincent, Thomas, 1835-1907

Geographic Names:

Pond Inlet, NWT

289 CHARLES PEAKER FONDS

Charles Peaker fonds. — [2005]

1 folder.

Admin/Biographical:

Charles Peaker was a church organist at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Bloor Street in Toronto (1944-1975), music teacher and examiner with the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Custodial History:

Book and cd-rom originally given to Hugh D. McKellar who knew Charlie Peaker by T.J. Hillier.  Hugh donated to the GSA in the name of T.J. Hillier.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of one book 108p in length and one cd-r containing recordings of Dr. Peaker’s recitals.

Notes:

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives

Personal Names:

Peaker, Charles, 1899-1978

Geographic Names:

Toronto

290 EMILY COWALL FONDS

Emily Cowall fonds. — 2005, 2006.

2 folders.

Admin/Biographical:

Emily Cowall Farrell is a medical historian.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of two articles 1. The work we have done: relationship, investment and contribution The Inuit workers of St. Luke’s Hospital, Pannirtuuq, 1930-1972.  Prepared by Emily E.S. Cowall Farrell and Meeka Alivaktuk. (2005), 15 p.

2. Take your medicine: the knowledge of resourcefulness : Inuit, nurse missionaries, medical doctors and sanitary science (2006) 45 p.

Notes:

Title based on the content of the fonds.

Related fonds:

Related materials can be found in the Arctic fonds and the Woman’s Auxilary fonds

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada.  General Synod Archives

Corporate Names:

St. Luke’s Hospital, Pangnirtung, NWT

Geographic Names:

Pangnirtung, NWT

291 J.R. MILLER FONDS

J.R. Miller fonds. — 2009.

23 p.

Admin/Biographical:

James Roger Miller, F.R.S.C. is the Canada Research Chair and Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan.  His published works in the area of Indian Residential Schools includes Shingwauk’s Vision (1996), Sweet Promises: A Reader of Indian-White Relations in Canada (1991), Skyscrapers hide the heavens : A history of Indian-White relations in Canada (1989 , revised 1991)

Scope and Content:

File consists of Archivists, historians, and residential schools : The opening keynote address to the Association of Canadian Archivists, Palliser Hotel, Calgary, Alberta. May 15, 2009

Notes:

Personal Names:

Miller, James Roger, 1943-

292 ROBERT SHAW LOCKE FONDS

Robert Shaw Locke fonds. — 1869-1911.

90 cm of textual records and printed materials.

Admin/Biographical:

The Rev. Robert Shaw Locke, M.A. was born at Balbrigan, County Dublin, Ireland, April 28, 1837.  He received the degree of B.A. in 1866 and M.A. in1870 from St. Stephen’s, Annendale, N.Y.  He was ordained deacon in the Church of the Transfiguration, New York City, May 23, 1869 and priest in St. Peter’s, Albany N.Y., June 12, 1870.  He served at Caldwell, Diocese of Albany in 1869; Fishkill, N.Y., 1870; Carthage, Mo., 1872-74; Cayuga, ON, 1874-80; Norval, ON, 1880-87; Elora, ON, 1887-89.    He retired in the Diocese of Niagara in 1889 and died in Toronto, March 20, 1911.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of the sermons of the Rev. Robert Shaw Locke over the years of his ministry.  The sermons are arranged by church calendar, Saints days, New Testament, Old Testament, topical, confirmations, and funerals.  There a memorial booklet and printed items as well.  Books of his theological library and a certificate.

Notes:

Sermons acquired from Laurie Wallace great granddaughter of Florence Adelaide Locke (nee Sheldon).

Second accession received 2011

Personal Names:

Locke, Robert Shaw, 1837-1911

280 ADELAIDE JANE BUTLER FONDS

Adelaide Jane Butler fonds. — 1932-1936.

6 cm.

Admin/Biographical:

Mrs. Adelaide Jane Butler went to teach at Shingle Point Indian Residential School.  She was there from September 1932 to 1936.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of correspondence from A.J. Butler to her sister, Dollie/Dolly and Mary Butler.  There are some letters and drawings from the students after she left.  One file contains a typescript and printed article entitled, Missions to the Canadian Eskimos written by A.L. Fleming published in Arctic News, 1929.

Notes:

Personal Names:

Butler, Adelaide Jane

Geographic Names:

Shingle Point (YT)

299 BERNICE LOGAN FONDS

Bernice Logan fonds. — 1940-1991.

405 photoprints and photonegatives : b&w ; col.

1 cd-rom.

Admin/Biographical:

Bernice Logan worked at Shingwauk Indian Residential School in Sault Ste. Marie, ON and the All Saints Indian Residential School in Prince Albert, SK.  In 1993 she published a three volume book entitled, The Teaching Wigwam, with the intention to show the life at the Indian residential schools.  In the course of gathering material for the book Bernice Logan collected copies of hundreds of photographs taken at the Residential Schools.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of photographs, cd-rom of Hay River Centennial Choir singing, and photonegatives.

Notes:

Acquired by the archives in 2004.

General Notes:

GSA holds a copy of The Teaching Wigwam in the historical library.

293 EILEEN SCULLY FONDS

Eileen Scully fonds. — 2009.

1 certificate.

Scope and Content:

Letters of Orders – certificate of ordination performed by the Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Nov. 30, 2009

Notes:

282 TERRY BROWN FONDS

Terry Brown fonds. — 1965-2013.

243 cm of textual records ; graphic material ; audio visual material.

Admin/Biographical:

The Right Rev. Dr. Terry Michael Brown (1944- ) was born in Iowa City, Iowa, USA.  He earned his Master of Divinity at Trinity College, Toronto School of Theology in 1974.  He was ordained deacon 1974 and priest in 1975 with the Anglican Church of Canada.  The Rev. Terry Brown was lecturer at Bishop Patteson Theological Centre in the Solomon Islands from 1975-1981.  From 1981-1984 he was Divinity Tutor of Church History at Trinity College, Toronto and then Asia/Pacific Mission Coordinator for the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, 1985-1996.  He travelled extensively in the Asia Pacific region and formed many relationships there.  In 1996, he was elected and consecrated Bishop of Malaita, Anglican Church of Melanesia, a position he held until 2008 when he retired.  Terry Brown earned a Th.D. in church history from Trinity College, 1987.  His thesis was entitled, Metacosmesis: The Christian Marxism of Frederic Hastings Smyth and the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth”.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of the personal papers of Terry Brown; including personal papers, travel journals, correspondence, audiotapes, and audio-visual materials created and collected by Terry Brown.

The archival records and research files related to Terry Brown’s thesis on F.H.Smyth and the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth are in the Society of the Catholic Commonwealth fonds.

Notes:

Accruals: Further accruals are expected.

Related fonds:

Society of the Catholic Commonwealth fonds.

Personal Names:

Brown, Terry Michael, 1944-

Smyth, Frederic Hastings, 1888-1960

281 SOCIETY OF CATHOLIC COMMONWEALTH FONDS

Society of Catholic Commonwealth fonds. — 1880-1983.

654 cm of textual material and other materials.

Admin/Biographical:

Society of Catholic Commonwealth (S.C.C.) was founded by the Rev. Frederic Hastings Smyth (1888-1960) in 1939.  The S.C.C. was a religious order based on Christian Marxism.  The Society’s main house was The Oratory of St. Mary and St. Michael in Newburyport, New York, but was international in scope having cells in Canada and Japan.  It was not long after Smythe’s death in 1960 that the SCC sold the Newburyport house.  The last service was held in August 1967.  The Society of Catholic Commonwealth soon ceased to exist after this date except for a few cells in Japan.

Custodial History:

Originally under the custody of the Rev. Terry Brown for the purposes of writing his Th.D.  He meticulously catalogued each folder to the item level and included the lists he deposited them in the General Synod archives.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of the archival records of Frederic Hastings Smyth and the Society of Catholic Commonwealth (SCC) intermingled with the research files of Terry Brown.   The SCC records include the papers, correspondence, publications, liturgy, library, and photographs of Frederic Hastings Smyth and the Society of Catholic Commonwealth. Terry Brown’s research files include subject files, audio-cassettes, correspondence, interviews, thesis and chapter writing files.

Notes:

Finding Aids: Item level finding aids available.

Related fonds:

Marjorie Powles fonds

Powles family fonds

Robert Bruce Mutch fonds

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives

Personal Names:

Smyth, Frederic Hastings, 1888-1960

Corporate Names:

Society of Catholic Commonwealth

295 GRACE REED FONDS

Grace Reed fonds. — 1953-1955.

36 cm of graphic material ; printed material.

Admin/Biographical:

Grace Reed worked at Gordon’s Indian Residential School, Gordon’s Reserve, Punnichy, AB, 1953-1955

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of a photograph album (73 photos), 1 envelope of 25 loose photographs, a memorial booklet for Randy Ayoungman, a copy of The Spirit Lives On (Elkhorn IRS), and a copy of These Too Were Pioneers (Key Indian Reserve No. 65)

Notes:

Photo album has many empty spaces because donor removed photos of POIs.

Finding Aids: Finding aid available.

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives

Corporate Names:

Gordon’s Indian Residential School, Gordon’s Reserve (Punnichy, AB)

Elkhorn Indian Residential School, Elkhorn (MB)

Geographic Names:

Punnichy (Alta.)

296 SARAH ELIZABETH PAGE FONDS

Sarah Elizabeth Page fonds. — 1956-1959.

36 cm of textual and graphic materials.

Admin/Biographical:

Sarah Elizabeth Page was a nurse who went to work at the Bishop Horden Memorial School in Moose Factory, Ontario (1956-1957) and Shingwauk Indian Residential School, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (1957-1959).

Custodial History:

Betty Page, Sarah Elizabeth Page’s daughter, had the scrapbook and slides.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of 1 scrapbook (111pg. : 54 photos and text) of Mrs. Page’s time at the Moose Factory School; typescript copy of some of the handwritten pages of the diary; and 21 slides of her time at the Shingwauk School.

Notes:

Acquired from Betty Page, daughter of Sarah Elizabeth Page

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Bishop Horden Memorial School, Moose Factory, ON

Shingwauk Indian Residential School, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Geographic Names:

Moose Factory (Ont.)

Sault Saint Marie (Ont.).

297 ANGLICAN RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES COLLECTION

Anglican Religious Communities collection. — 1965-2006.

3 cm of printed material.

Admin/Biographical:

Religious communities of men or women vowed to God have existed in the Church for many centuries and do exist today in many parts of the world, in the Anglican Communion as in other Christian traditions.  Many of these Communities have existed in the United States and Canada since 1870.  In 1948, 40 religious from 21 religious orders in North America met in New York City to discuss the formation of an Advisory Council for Anglican Religious Communities in the United States and Canada.  On  November 4, 1949 a constitution was adopted giving birth to what eventually became The Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas.

Member religious orders hold in common a commitment for life or and agreed term of years, holding possessions in common, celibate life in community, and obedience to a Rule and Constitution.  The purpose of the Conference is to coordinate the interests and experience of its members and to speak as an advocate for the religious orders of the Church.

Custodial History:

Community of the Sisters of the Church

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of directories of the members of the Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas (1965-2006) and a paper presented to the Advisory Council of the Conference in 1970.

Notes:

Related fonds:

Community of the Sisters of the Church

Society of St. John the Evangelist

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Corporate Names:

Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas

298 DONA PAUL MASSEL FONDS

Dona Paul Massel fonds. — 1982.

21 p.

Custodial History:

Community of the Sisters of the Church

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of one play.

Notes:

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

294 CHERYL GAVER FONDS

Cheryl Gaver fonds. — 2006-2009.

6 cm of textual records.

Admin/Biographical:

Cheryl Gaver was a Ph.D. candidate when she researched and wrote papers and a thesis on the relationship between Euro-Canadians and First Nations people in the post-residential school era.

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of several papers and one bound thesis. Titles include: Two solitudes in a shared space: Aboriginal and EuroCanadian Anglicans in the Northwest and Yukon Territories in the post-residential school era (2009) [MM29.7 .G38]; Local attitudes on the relationship between aboriginal and non-aboriginal christians within the Anglican and United Churches in the Northwest Territories in the Post-Residential School Period (2006); Dialogue on the relationship between aboriginal and non-aborignal christians within the Anglican and United Churches in the Northwest Territories in the post-residential school period (2007); Three Narratives: Residential Schools and Aboriginal & Eurocanadian Anglicans in Canada’s North (2011).

Notes:

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.

Geographic Names:

Northwest Territories

Yukon Territories

300 JAMES KNIGHT FONDS

James Knight fonds. — 1971.

6 cm of textual records.

Scope and Content:

Research paper re: controversy re: Bp. A. Bethune

Notes:

Repository:

Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives.