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Series F 4378-14

Fiorente Lodge records

About these records

Fiorente Lodge records
Dates of Creation
Physical Description

20 centimetres of textual records

7 volumes

4 brass plates

1 photograph

Sub-series forms part of

F 4378 Order Sons of Italy of Canada fonds

Scope and Content

Series consists of records created by officers of the Fiorente Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy of Canada in the administration of membership and other lodge activities.

These records document the following functions of the lodge: local-level administration of membership in the Order Sons of Italy and the Mutual Benefit Society; administration of lodge finances including payment of dues; organization of and participation in conventions, special events and meetings; participation in charitable activities; advocacy for the Italian-Canadian community, and regulatory activities, such as the creation and amendment of the constitution and bylaws.

Series has been arranged in to categorical groupings by record type. These categories are: correspondence (1937-1971), financial records (1951), membership lists (1958-1973), membership admission forms (1934-1982), insurance records (1936-1968), wills (1967), ephemera (1964-1991), pamphlets (1954-1986), minutes (1959-1977), and photographs (1968).

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

The Fiorente Lodge is a Toronto-based lodge for women of the Order Sons of Italy of Canada

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Order Sons of Italy of Canada. Fiorente Lodge (Toronto, Ont.)

Restrictions on Access
There are no access restrictions.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright, where held by the donor, has been transferred to the Archives of Ontario. There are no restrictions on reproduction. Permission of the Archives of Ontario is required for publication. Submit a Request for Permission to Publish, Exhibit or Broadcast Form to the Archives of Ontario. Single copies may be reproduced for study purposes.
Availability of Other Formats

Series is also available on microfilm.

Photographs have not been microfilmed.

Series was arranged into sub-groupings under a previous custodian; in this arrangement, the term "ephemera" was employed to refer to all miscellaneous items in a series.

Finding Aid
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