Fonds 05-1009 - Smith-Ennismore Historical Society collection

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Smith-Ennismore Historical Society collection

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  • Sound recording

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05-1009

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  • 2003-2004 (Creation)
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    Smith-Ennismore Historical Society

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3 compact disks

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Smith-Ennismore Historical Society was formed in 1983 and incorporated in 1985. The Society actively publishes historical works on the local area and provides research assistance to genealogists and school children.

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This collection was in the custody of W. John Harris, president, before it was donated to Trent University Archives in 2004.

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Collection consists of 3 compact disks of speeches given at various Smith-Ennismore Historical Society meetings. One of the CDs is of a speech called "Follow the Dream," about millwright Adam Scott, given by Robert Scott Dunford in September 2003. Another CD is of a speech called "Running a Living Mill," about Tyrone Mills, given by Robert Shafer in March 2004. The third is of a speech called "The Roy Collection of Chemong Park," given by Mary Lavery in May 2004.

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This collection was acquired from W. John Harris

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