Fonds F 1081

Ferdinand Brock Tupper fonds

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Ferdinand Brock Tupper fonds
Dates of Creation
1804-1950; 1906-1942
Physical Description

8 centimetres of textual records

Scope and Content

Fonds consists of incoming correspondence dealing with F.B. Tupper's research on Sir Isaac Brock. Correspondents include: J. Hillyard Cameron, J.B. Glegg, James Fitzgibbon, John B. Robinson, R.N. Sheaffe, Edward Ellice, and others. Fonds also includes letters to Sir Isaac Brock from Lt. General George Prevost, George Glasgow, Henry Proctor, and others regarding the preparation against American hostilities c. 1812. Also included are manuscript extracts from private and public sources providing information and comment on Brock's life and death, as well as clippings from Toronto newspapers regarding Tupper- Brock family history, 1906- 1942, and the centennial of the Battle of Queenston Heights.

Fonds is arranged chronologically.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

Ferdinand Brock Tupper (b.1795) resided in Guernsey, Channel Islands and was the author of two books concerning the life of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock.

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Tupper, Ferdinand Brock, b.1795

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Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright held by creator. These materials cannot be published without permission of the copyright holder.
Availability of Other Formats

Records are available on microfilm.
Former Codes

MU 3027.MS 496.

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