Fonds 96-004 - Rev. Lloyd Delaney fonds

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Rev. Lloyd Delaney fonds

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  • 1926-1992 (Creation)
    Reverend Lloyd Delaney

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6.5 cm of textual records
2 photographs

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Rev. Lloyd Delaney was a minister who had charge of Perrytown, Harwood and St. George's Anglican Church, Gore's Landing. He was ordained in 1941 and in addition to his historical research and writing on the Rice Lake area, he was the author of "Small but Bountiful" and also of historical sketches published in the Cobourg Sentinel-Star as "Echo From the Past." At one time he was chaplain at Lakefield College School and he retired near Midland, Ontario. He was an avid canoeist and worked with Boy Scouts teaching canoe safety.

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This fonds was created by and in the custody of Rev. Lloyd Delaney before it was donated to Trent University Archives.

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This fonds consists of newspaper clippings, notes, etc. regarding a canoeing accident at Balsam Lake Camp in 1926, as well as correspondence, articles, etc. on Balsam Lake. This fonds also contains two photos, one of Rev. Delaney, and one of the northwest shore of Balsam Lake.

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This fonds was donated by Rev. Lloyd Delaney. See also [05-008]: and [Isolated Manuscripts #18]: .


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