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Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole fonds
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- Dr. C.E. Cooper Cole
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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.
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.
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