Item 89-1032 - John Bertram & Sons, Dundas, Ontario, daily journal

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John Bertram & Sons, Dundas, Ontario, daily journal

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89-1032

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  • 1918-1920 (Creation)
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    John Bertram & Sons

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1 item

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John Bertram & Sons was a business in Dundas, Ontario in the early Twentieth Century.

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This item was once a diary from 1893. Later John Bertram & Sons used it to keep track of daily transactions and orders. This they did over top of the diary. At an even later date someone started to use the book as a scrapbook by pasting newspaper clippings over top of the John Bertram & Sons entries. These clippings were removed sometime later before the journal was donated to the Trent University Archives.

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This item is a ledger used by John Bertram & Sons to keep track of daily transactions and orders.

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This item has been placed in a mylar sleeve due to active mold on the inside back cover. Wear gloves and mask when handling.

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This item was donated from an unknown source.

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