Fonds 80-1000 - Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole fonds

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Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole fonds

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80-1000

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  • 1928-1953 (Creation)
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    Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole

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1 folder.
20 photographs

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Biographical history

C.E. Cooper Cole was marrried to Sarah Kenwick Tucket. They had four sons and one daughter. His one son is Alfred O.C. Cole, who has played a major role in the history of Trent University.

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This fonds was created by Dr. C.E. Cole and in the custody of his family until it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

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This fonds consists of letters between Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole and his life-long friend, Frank Morris (classics scholar and botanist) related to Ontario wildlife, wildflowers (especially orchids), camping and cottaging.

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The fonds was donated by Alfred O.C. Cole of Indian River, Ontario.

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For related records see: 74-008 and 80-034.

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1.Letters, mostly from Frank J.A. Morris:
1928, 31 March
1929, 4 June
1933, 18 June
1937, 4 June
1938, 12 January
1939, 9 letters
1940, 20 August
1941, 3 letters
1942, 20 and 26 Feb.
1943, 28 Feb.
1950, 3 Jan (from Mrs. Morris, thanking Dr. Cole for his letter of condolence at the time of Frank Morris' death)

20 black and white photographs of varying sizes of wild flowers

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