Fonds F 40
21 centimetres of textual records
17 photographs : black and white prints
6 architectural drawings
Fonds consists of business records of William Mack, and political correspondence of William Mack and his son, William R. Mack. Fonds also includes diaries, published material, historical notes, miscellaneous records, architectural drawings, and photographs.
Fonds has been arranged into seven series.
The William Mack family were involved in business and politics in Cornwall, Ontario in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
William Mack (1828-1897) was a businessman and politician in Cornwall, Ontario in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
William R. Mack (fl. 1904-1930) served as sheriff of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario from 1904 to 1930.
Click on the link(s) below for more information.Mack, William, 1828-1897 Mack, William R., fl. 1904-1930 Mack, William (family)
The Archives of Ontario also holds the records of G.D. Atkinsons and Sons (F 241), which took over Express Roller Mills and retained some of its records.
Title based on content of fonds.
Accession Numbers: 2219, 3938, 12712
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|Reference Code||Series Title|
|F 40-1||William Mack family political correspondence|
|F 40-2||William Mack family business records|
|F 40-3||William Mack family diaries|
|F 40-4||William Mack family published material|
|F 40-5||William Mack family historical notes|
|F 40-6||William Mack family miscellaneous records|
|F 40-7||William Mack family photographs|