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1876-10-06
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
, six feet four inches in height,| ‘and is acknowledged to bethe strongest- and ‘most musclar man in’ his dominions. : M. Vicror Hueco: has handedover :the the wives and families ‘ munists.° Weeks Tue Prince of Wales, in agreeing to lay the foundation stone of the new, Post Office building at
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1876-10-06
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Arnprior Review and South Renfrew Chronicle 1876-10-06

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1961-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
. ■ Foot Bridge Suggested * One observer had the vision of a foot bridge at the mouth of 1 the Madawaska River ultimately ‘ linking the two parks. 1 Donor of the $5,000 is J. M. £ Morris, of Morris and Mackenzie < Limited, Montreal 6. • < 83rd Year — No. 7 ■ . /• ARNPRIOR. ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16
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1961-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1961-02-16

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1950-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
i 5 THE CHRONICLE I THE ARNPfUOR CHRONICLE. TH URSDAY. FEBRUARY 16th. 1960 COO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ARNPRIOR LEGION TO LAUNCH DRIVE FOR $51. Local Legion Require Funds To Renovate Building and Purchase Equipment For Legion Hall Town Council To Sell War-Time Houses By-law advancing date at which’Tllc
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Date
1950-02-16
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Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
Series
The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1950-02-16

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1933-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
- ately for the cup; their challenge was accepted and the game will) & The rinks and scores were: - Arnprior—Mrs. T. J. Baker Mose ET. 8.: Church, Mrs. Roy Woods, Mrs. G. W. Moir, skip 16. Pembroke—Mrs, Miller, Mrs..C. ‘M. Rattray, Mrs. E. Rowan, Mrs. . . w. Wallace, skip 7. : Arnprior—Mrs. S. E
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Date
1933-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-16

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1966-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
*etArnprior. will gel under way ui the Aniprfcr V.c Hamm Ug.on Sport* Ot- all Legion rpouand wiB prv- nuir o. leak in ihr monte** alien Aenpilcr and McinckvtUe bdltw- am 11 Preu and At noon Napmo and Lo« At ADHS “Open House” Students Tour The Chronicle �OBITUARIES neely Church St. Andrew's
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Date
1966-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1966-02-16

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1956-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
’, February 18. under tjuns .— .... ............—. Club auspices an entirely new feature will be the skating ol ter ul Mr and Mr. J Lansing Rudd. Ottawa, al the "Minto Four . a famous group now revived ABOVE licit of late S R Rudd, former Mayor ol Arnpnor ARNPRIOR. ONTARIO. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1956 ®t?e
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1956-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1956-02-16

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1939-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
youth, who ordinarily would be keen to set out in pur­ suit ot knowledge—and he must now be prodd­ ed perhaps ever so lightly, in order to get him THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE huge mcreasr in governmental profits, from liquor sales for instance, 620.735,567 was the total profit of tbe Liquor Control Board tn
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Date
1939-02-16
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1939-02-16

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1912-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
- South , Renfrew’8.opportunity. ON THE PLATFORM. Woe pare tis of the ‘Not. onlyisthis gr226 \ Hon. G. -P. Simply: be-. Mr. Few thereare in Arnprior who for- f get Dr. Maloney’s attitude after his | honor of my life to represent this my. own | ifharsh things have been said, and per-. So far
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1912-02-16
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Arnprior Chronicle 1912-02-16

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1972-02-16
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
a survey of the loon fire eqefpment by the Ontario fire marshal's office. Covmcil hat also recommantJed the complrie review ot the organuatsto of the to»r fire department. Old Highway 17 McNab township council has requeued the Depart­ ment <4 Transportation and Comm.nlratkm to re-surface old highway
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Date
1972-02-16
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The Arnprior Guide 1972-02-16

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1964
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McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
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Physical Description
paper - ink
Size: 69 x 75
Reference No.
M010
Date
1964
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reference No.
M010
Reproduction Location
Reading Room Wall
Publication
Dept of Highways, Ontario
Physical Description
paper - ink
Size: 69 x 75
Material Details
Scale: 1 in. = 2 miles
Scope and Content
Shows roads, lots, concessions and townships for Southeast Portion of Renfrew County. Map S-E 52.
Accession No.
1993-0004
Subject Access
Maps - Geographical
Geographic Access
Renfrew
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Renfrew South District Women's Institute Records

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Date
1913 - 2018
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew South District Women's Institute fonds
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Fonds
Physical Description
25 bound volumes; textual material
Date
1913 - 2018
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Renfrew South District Women's Institute fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
25 bound volumes; textual material
History / Biography
The Renfrew South District Women's Institutes was formed in 1913. It is “an organization for personal growth and community action ... of rural women from farms, villages, and towns”. Its objectives are the following: 1. to assist and encourage women to become more knowledgeable and responsible citizens 2. to promote and develop good family life skills 3. to help discover, stimulate and develop leadership and 4. to help identify and resolve needs in the community. These Institutes have often been referred to as “the rural woman’s university, a place for women to gather and learn about things that interest all of us”. The Women's Institutes contributed in many areas such as child welfare, health, libraries, playgrounds, cooking and sewing. The Renfrew South District contains many W.I. branches; at one time over 20 - as of 2013, 6 branches remain. The District forms part of the larger Eastern Area, which forms part of the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario (FWIO); the FWIO joins with the other provinces to form the Federated Women’s Institutes of Canada (FWIC); with the Eastern Area, FWIO and FWIC all part of the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW). The ACWW is the largest rural organization of women in the world. The Dacre-Hyndford Branch was organized September 29 1964. Following the District Annual in 1983, the Branch was disbanded. They had recently suffered a fire at the Women's Institute Hall and were down to four or five women attending meetings. Mrs. Maggie Bruce was President at that time and Secretary Treasurer was Mrs. Viola Merchand. The Madawaska Valley Branch of Renfrew South District was formed in 1964 at a meeting in the Palmer Rapids Hall. Miss Margerie Lentz was its first president. This branch disbanded in July 1973 at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Harvey (Florence) Schutt. She wrote in the minute book "It is with deep regret that the M.V. W. I. has had to disban (sic). But it is my hope that perhaps in the near future, we will again pick up where we have left off to-day. I have felt that to be a member and Presidend in my sixth year it was time well spent with much knowledge gained and friendship renewed. Thank you all".
Acquisition Source
Donated by the Women's Institute of South Renfrew, 1995 (transfer from the museum), 2002, 2008, 2011. In 2014, the Minutes of the Dacre-Hyndford W.I. and Madawaska Valley W.I. were donated. In 2017, Mae Craig donated Tweedsmuir History Binder 1996-1999 and other material for Renfrew South District 2006-2011. In 2018, as District Tweedsmuir Coordinator, Mrs. Irene Robillard donated the Admaston Heritage Book and the Renfrew South District program books from 1997-8, belonging to Jean Denniston, as well as those from 2006 to 2018, several of which belonged to Joan Reid. The programs complete an existing collection in box I9.1. Mrs. Robillard donated the two Horton North cookbooks in 2019.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of four Series;
Series 1 - Minute and Cash Books of the District;
Series 2 -Tweedsmuir Histories,
Series 3 - Other Material
Series 4 - Records of Disbanded Branches.
Series 1) Minute Books: This Series includes bound volumes of minutes for regular and executive meetings held between 1913-2002. District Annual Reports and Financial Statements also appear in these volumes.
Box G6.5
Volume 1 June 1 1913-June 12 1917
Volume 2 May 1st June 12 1922
Volume 3 June 1 1923 - May 7 1926
Volume 4 June 1926 - June 5 1930
Volume 5 June 1 1931 - May 30 1935
Box G7.1
Volume 6 May 20 1936 - September 30 1939
Volume 7 June 14 1940 - November 8 1941
Volume 8 May 29 1942 - June 8 1945
Volume 9 June 9 1945 - Jan 22 1948
Volume 10 May 1 1948 - March 31 1951
Volume 11 April 1 1951 - April 30 1954
Volume 12 April 30 1954 - April 30 1958
Volume 13 May 28 1958 - May 30 1962
Volume 14 May 29 1963 - May 16 1967
Box G7.2
Volume 15 May 14 1968 - November 13 1971
Volume 16 May 17 1972 - May 13 1975
Volume 17 May 1 1976 - November 3 1979
Volume 18 May 15 1980 - October 27 1984
Volume 19 May 8 1985 - March 4 1989
Volume 20 May 10 1989 - May 2 1988
Volume 21 May 11 1998 - May 11 2002 (spiral bound volume also contains correspondence)
Series 2) Tweedsmuir History Books: This Series contains five books which cover 1947-2006. Box L1.6, L1.8
Tweedsmuir History Book No. 1 (1947-1978): Binder contains information first compiled by Edith L. Wilson in 1947 and later by other curators. It contains a list of Women's Institute branches in South Renfrew as well as a hand drawn map of same. Lists of District Officers and a history of the formation of the various South Renfrew branches are included in this first volume. Images of District Presidents and Secretaries with their years of service make this a valuable source of early history of the District. A copy of "A Country Women's Day by Mrs. William H. Hamilton (Glasgow Station) which won first prize at A.C.W.W. competition (1949-1950) is included along with a tribute to Mrs. Hamilton who passed away in 1974. Other members are recorded on "In Memorium" pages for each Branch. A copy of "Golden Jubilee, A History of Renfrew South Women’s Institute, 1913-1963" in included in this binder.
District Presidents throughout the years covered in this book include:
Mrs. J. F. Blane (Burnstown) 1913-1917
Mrs. G. F. Cardiff (Bonnechere Valley) 1918
Miss Janet Yuill (Pine Grove) 1919 also 1928-1930
Mrs. J. C. Cole (North Horton) 1920-1921
Mrs. William Neil (Castleford) 1922-1924
Miss Jessie McIntyre (South Horton) 1925-1927
Mrs. Robert McEwen (South Horton) 1931-1932
Mrs. Alex W. Stewart (Clay Bank) 1933-1934
Mrs. Robert Mullin (Braeside) 1935-1950
Mrs. Walter Galbraith (Bonnechere Valley) 1937-1938
Mrs. J. H. Findlay (Pine Grove) 1939-1940
Miss Kathryn Farmer (Combermere) 1941-1942
Mrs. John E. Miller (Goshen) 1943-1944
Mrs. S. G. Wilson (Arnprior) 1945-1946
Mrs. John Henderson (Bonnechere Valley) 1947-1948
Mrs. C. D. Dewar (Dewars) 1949-1950
Mrs. R. M. MacGregor (Lochwinnoch) 1951-1953
Mrs. Forrest Merrifield (Braeside) 1954-1955
Mrs. Archie Bennet (Arnprior) 1956-1957
Mrs. Gordon Campbell (Pine Grove) 1948-1959
Mrs. Hector Scheel (Stewartville) 1960-1961
Mrs. Harry Stevenson (Combermere) 1962-1963
Mrs. William Buffett (South Horton) 1964-1965
Mrs. J. C. McConnell (Burnstown) 1966-1967
Mrs. H. Collins (North Horton) 1968-1969
Mrs. J. A. Young (Glasgow) 1970-1971
Mrs. T. H. Jones (White Lake) 1972-1973
Mrs. W. H. Richards (Dacre-Hyndford) 1974-1975
Tweedsmuir History Book No. 2 (1979-1988): Binder contains photographs of the interior of the Erland Lee Home and bus trip there in 1986, photographs of various displays, 4-H awards, guest list, photographs and report of the Tweesdmuir History Tea held June 4 1980 in the basement of the Burnstown United Church. The binder contains reports from Arnprior, Balsam Hill (history of Branch), Bonnechere Valley (history of Branch), Braeside, Burnstown, Calabogie, Clay Bank, Castleford, Combermere (history of Branch), Dewars, Glasgow Station, Goshen (history of Branch), Lochwinnoch (history of Branch), North Horton, Pine Grove, Rose Bank (history of Branch), South Horton, Stewartville, White Lake (includes historic notes and photos of displays at Renfrew Fair), Appreciation Tea held in 1983 to honour Mrs. Vera Bedore and others who served at the District Level and Area Convention Reports 1979 -1989. It also contains an "In Memoriam" list.
This Tweedsmuir History contains resumes and photographs for various District Officers including:
Christina L. Burton, President 1976-1978
Eva Mitchell, President 1980-1982
Mary Wallace, Secretary Treasurer 1978-1984
Mrs. Olive Watt, President 1982-1084
Susannah MacMillan, President 1985-1086
Flora Campbell, Secretary 1985-1989
Tweesdmuir History Book No. 3 (1988-1997): Binder contains a profile of Mae Craig, Renfrew South Women's Institute President from 1986-1988 and Marilyn Misener, President 1996-1998. It also contains reports of District Annuals, and various Tweedsmuir History Curator's Reports, list of Officers for 1997-1998, History of South Renfrew District 1897-1917 by Eileen Brydges, 1917-1956 by Doris Humphries, 1957-1970 by Gloria Hamilton which list the highlights of the WI throughout the years. In the summer of 1992 Tweedsmuir Curator Marcie Johston sent all area Tweedsmuir curators a notice that a new "Quilts" section should be added to the Tweedsmuir History books. This Tweedsmuir also contains photographs, newspaper clippings and information about activities of the following branches: Arnprior, Balsam Hill, Bonnechere Valley, Burnstown, Calabogie, Castleford, Combermere (includes tribute to Miss Kathryn Farmer), Dewars, Glasgow, Goshen (includes history of Goshen school), North Horton, Horton South, Lochwinnoch, Pine Grove, Rosebank, Stewartville.
This Tweedsmuir also contains an "In Memorium" Section, Workshop Section and Eastern Ontario Women's Institute News section.
Tweedsmuir History Book No. 4 (1998-2005): Binder is packed full of information and Curator's reports from the various Branches similar to the previous three books. A new section "Grandmother's Legacy" was an opportunity for members to contribute profiles of their grandmothers in an informative and loving manner.
Tweedsmuir History Book No. 5 (2006): Binder contains Annual Tweedsmuir Reports from the various Branches of the District as well as monthly news clippings for activities of the Women's Institute Branches. A Manual for Compiling Tweedsmuir Histories (1987) is also contained in this binder.
File containing Renfrew South District Annual invitations, minutes and reports and misc. correspondence from 2006-2011 was added in 2018.
Series 3) Other Material: Series includes publications and miscellaneous administrative material. Box L1.7, L1.9, I9.1
1. Renfrew South Renfrew Institute Newsletter starting with the first issue of December 2003 and ending with the last printed copy dated December 2012.
2. Home & Country Rose Garden Newsletter, Winter 2008 and Home and Country magazines that contain items from Renfrew South District branches, 1958-2005 with gaps. (Note: all Home and Country Magazines were digitized by FWIO)
3. "Sharing Our Heritage" presented at the Renfrew South, Women's Institute District Annual Meeting of May 2005. Publication contains short histories of the various branches that constitute Renfrew South as a District including Arnprior, Balsam Hill, Bonnechere Valley, Burnstown, Calabogie, Castleford, Dewars, Glasgow, Horton North, Horton South, Lochwinnoch, Pine Grove, Rosebank Stewartville, and White Lake. This publication also contains a history of the Renfrew South District Banner; a commemorative project that produced a colourful banner from quilted blocks contributed by all active branches and embroidered names of disbanded branches of the District. (2 copies)
4. Ontario Women's Institute Story, written in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Women's Institute of Ontario published by the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario in 1972.
File also contains a calendar produced for 100th Anniversary of the Women's Institute 1897-1997.
5. Blue Duotang containing newspaper clippings and photographs for Renfrew South District from 1982-1995. This scrap book is similar to the Tweedsmuir history books of the same period.
6. Scrap book containing clippings, documents and photographs of Renfrew South District Women's Institute's 60th Anniversary celebrations in 1973.
7. Spiral bound notebook containing signatures of South Renfrew District Women's Institute Delegates who attended District Annuals from 1981-1999
8. Binder of material belonging to a District Secretary containing correspondence, reports, draft documents, membership lists, administrative forms etc. (Contents removed from Binder and placed in file by Archivist).
9. Miscellaneous documents including a script for 90th Anniversary bus trip in 2003 which toured the Ottawa Valley from Renfrew, up the Opeongo road to Combermere (visit to Madonna House) and back along Highway 60.
10. The History of South Renfrew 1897-1997 (various contributors).
11. Personal Scrapbook compiled by Mae Craig containing news clippings, photographs, cards, etc. relating to the activities of Renfrew South District Branch between 1986-1989. Mae Craig was President of the Castleford Women's Institute and President of the Renfrew South District, as well as Eastern Ontario Area President at various times. She was also involved with the restructuring of the FWIO as a board member. A profile of her roles is included in the front of the binder.
12. Purple covered folder containing more photographs of WI activities compiled by Mae Craig including a trip in 1986 to the Ontario Agricultural Museum in Milton and Erland Lee Museum, Barnet Cottage visit, 1994 International Plowing Match and members receiving Ontario Volunteer Service Awards 2002-2003.
13. Renfrew South District Women's Institute Program books; 14 books from 1997-8 and 2005-2018 (Box I9.1)
14. "The Admaston Heritage Book," written by Carol Bennett and the Balsam Hill Women's Institute, chronicling the history of Admaston Township. This book is also in the reading room of the AMBA.
Series 4) Records of Disbanded Branches: Box L1.10
1. 1 bound Volume of Minutes for the Dacre-Hyndford Women's Institute April 1981 - March 1983
2. 3 bound Volumes of Minutes for the Madawaska Valley Women's Institute May 1964 - July 1973. Volume 1 (1964 - 1967), Volume 2 (1967-1972), Volume 3 (1972-1973). These Volumes also record Cash Expenditures, a Financial Statement for 1973 and Record of Attendance.
3. 2 bound Volumes of cook books from the North Horton Women's Institute. "It's Fun to Bake it Yourself: North Horton Women's Institute Cookbook," published in 1947, and "The North Horton Women's Institute Heritage Cookbook, 1915 - 1995." Searchable online on the FWIO Virtual Archive.
Notes
Formerly 1995-0014.
Tweedsmuir History Books Vols 1-5, Program books, Mae Craig Scrapbook, North Horton Cookbooks, Madawaska Valley WI Minute Books and miscellaneous files are digitized and searchable online through the FWIO Virtual Archives.
Access Restriction
Tweedsmuir Books, Program books, North Horton Cookbooks, the Madawaska Valley WI minute books and the Mae Craig Scrapbook - please use digitized versions rather than originals. Searchable online through the FWIO Virtual Archives.
Reproduction Restriction
no restrictions
Accruals
Accruals are expected
Related Material
See Glasgow Women's Institute for copies of Programs of the Women's Institutes in South Renfrew District 1947-2018 in Box I9.1 See also Goshen Tweedsmuir History Volume 2 - Programmes of the Women's Institutes in South Renfrew District 1958-1959 A copy of "Golden Jubilee, A History of Renfrew South Women’s Institute, 1913-1963" is available in Reading Room.
Accession No.
1995-0042
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1950-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
. McGonlgal corsage of pink carnations. will lire in Arnprior . Following the reception. Ottawa guests at the wedding which was attended by guests were Miss Mary Jane McGonic- from Almonte, Renfrew Toron- . al and Mrs. J. T. Morrissey to and Ottawa as well as Arn- _____ ' prior. Mr. and Mrs R>y left for
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Date
1950-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1950-02-02

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1939-02-02
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large representation from Arn­ prior. The local church received a banner. Fire destroyed the large continuation school at South Mountain. The building was but four years old, and was considered one of the most modern in the Province. A team of Renfrew boys were declared win­ ners in the inter-county
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Date
1939-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1939-02-02

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1933-02-02
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He: | was one-man of whom it might be |said that he lived a life of useful- ‘~ness and died with the full know- ledge that his:labors had not. been {in ovain. | aaa oye |ae Letters tothe Editor + -|— [> Renfrew,’ Ont., Jan. 25, 1933. Editor The Arnprior Chronicle, surprised to read the
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Date
1933-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-02

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1961-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
k.. ciDal counsel for the Denart- “ 3Ir. Yates said the nnnu- mains and bouse service 'con - aybdividcr. -tbe subdivider bad been drawn HAVE YOU AN OPINION? The Chronicle has done Its < share In endeavouring to foster public interest in the proposed centennial but little enthusiasm has been sbown^to
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Date
1961-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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English
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Arnprior Chronicle 1961-02-02

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1956-02-02
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lo a hospital for incurable crippled children in Johannes burg. South Africa, and were so much appreciated, she u planning to send a larger collec­ tion this year The new prize list tor the W I Department tor Renfrew Fair wu read *&l discussed, with several memtier* indicating their willingness tu
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Date
1956-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1956-02-02

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1966-02-02
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Cuisine. Anti our Prices Will Please You Ion. Try I s Soon. We Cater lo: Banquets Weddings and Private Parties NEU CAMPBELL LTD. TO Madawaska 62.1-1277 "For All Your Insurance Needs" ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE McNab Town &. Country Highway 17w. Phone 62.1-I0S0 Under New Management DAIRY PRODUCTS Milk S a*. |u«a
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Date
1966-02-02
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AMBA Newspaper Collection
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The Arnprior Chronicle
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Arnprior Chronicle 1966-02-02

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1900-02-02
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also received pressing and_ unanimouscalls to ‘South Finch, in the Presbytery of Glen- garry, and White Lake. in the Presbytery lof Lanark and Renfrew. The congrega- | Sion that secures his labors will be fortu- uate, for Mr G, will be able to bring to bear inpon his work wide experience and
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Date
1900-02-02
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Item
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
Language
English
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textual records
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The Renfrew Mercury 1900-02-02

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South Renfrew District Women’s Institute Commemoration Meeting

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Date
4 Jun 1973
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Item
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Date
4 Jun 1973
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Binder 6A P0675
Scope and Content
Photograph of Mrs. John E. Miller (Goshen W.I.) and Mrs. Harvey Nobbitt (Area Pres. Ottawa) at commemoration of South Renfrew Women’s Institute first annual in Burnstown, July 4, 1914.
Accession No.
1996-0075
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South Renfrew District Women’s Institute Commemoration Meeting

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Date
4 Jun 1973
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Women’s Institute fonds
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Item
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Date
4 Jun 1973
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
White Lake Women’s Institute fonds
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Binder 6A P0676
Scope and Content
Photograph of Mrs. John E. Miller, Mrs. Harvey Nobbitt, Mrs Archie Bennett and Mrs. R. McGregor standing beside plaque.
Accession No.
1996-0075
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