2 edition of guide to items relating to education in newspapers in the Ontario Archives found in the catalog.
guide to items relating to education in newspapers in the Ontario Archives
Errata slip inserted.
|Statement||prepared by Roy Reynolds.|
|Series||Educational records series ;, 3|
|Contributions||Ontario. Dept. of Public Records and Archives.|
|LC Classifications||Z5815.C3 R475, LA418 R475|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||75307745|
book Canadian Family History Resources, lists the various films with these petitions and other related documents found in Land Books, under the heading Land Records, section 6 As well, see our previous section “Geographical Sources” in this provincial guide, for the Ontario Atlas collection – both. As of the date of this guide, they have only been digitized up to Unless indicated otherwise in the Guide to Toronto City Directories That Include Etobicoke, directories that are not available on-line can be found: On microfilm at the Toronto Archives for the years before From onward, the actual physical directories are there.
The Government Document Collection includes numerous documents, mainly from the Ontario Ministry of Education (formerly the Ontario Department of Education) that cover the areas of elementary, secondary and teacher education in the Province from the . The Archives of Ontario is the guardian of Ontario’s documentary memory and since , has been providing innovative leadership in collecting, managing and preserving the records of the Government of Ontario and promoting and facilitating their use by present and future generations. Education -- Ontario Directories, Teachers -- Ontario.
The AAO releases publications related to the subject of archiving, including Carolyn Bart-Reidstra's book Archives for Genealogy: A beginner's Guide. The organization also publishes Off the Record a quarterly publication focused on news and events within Ontario's archival community. In , the Ontario Archives, Library and Archives Canada and CGI Environmental Services reached a compromise agreement according to which the two government institutions would enforce restrictions on reproducing maps less than ninety years old. Since the Wellesley map was created in , it is out of copyright and may be reproduced.
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