Fonds F 1080
3.3 metres of textual records
9 maps : photoreproductions
ca. 15 photographs : prints
Fonds consists of records relating to Percy James Robinson's historical research, including correspondence, bookproofs, addresses, articles, clippings, and photographs.
Fonds contains the following series: Correspondence, 1920-1953 (Series I); Toronto during the French Regime, 1615- 1793 (Series II-a); Simcoe's York and Simcoe's Yonge Street, 1793- 1796 (Series II-b); Manuscripts of Shorter Papers (Series III); Toronto and its Origins (Series III-A); Huronia (Series III-B); History of Kingston and Fort Frontenac until 1758 (Series III-C); The Kente Mission (Series III-D); Campaigns and Explorers Around Lake Ontario (Series III-E); Detroit (Series III-F); Du Creux's Historia Canadensis and Translation (Series IV); Indian Languages (Series V); Religious Papers (Series VI); Photographs and Newspaper Clippings (Series VII); Pamphlets (Series VIII); Documentary and Miscellaneous (Series IX); Maps (Series X)
Percy James Robinson (1873-1953), was a teacher, historian, and scholar of native Indian languages in Ontario.
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Accession Numbers: 1365, 1379, 1418, 1466.
MU 2402 - 2435.
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