Fonds C 81
9.22 metres of textual records
4 photographs : black and white prints
3 photographs : colour prints
2100 audio cassettes
Fonds consists primarily of oral history interviews of lawyers, judges and others in the legal profession, relating to various aspects of legal history in Ontario and Canada. These interviews comprise the sole activity of the Osgoode Society's Oral History Programme. Most interview documentation consists of audio cassette recordings with accompanying transcripts, although one interview on videocassette is also included.
Fonds also includes photographs of interviewees and textual research materials pertaining to several individuals involved in the Canadian legal profession, such as copies of articles, speeches and news clippings.
Fonds has been arranged into five series.
The Osgoode Society is an organization that studies, researches and promotes public interest in the history of the law, the legal profession and the judiciary in Ontario and Canada.
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Title is based on contents of fonds.
Osgoode Society's annual reports were considered as the definitive source of information when identifying within which oral history programme and sub-programme an interview was conducted. The interviews were categorized into their respective series based on the information in these reports.
Future accruals are possible.
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|Reference Code||Series Title|
|C 81-1||Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - General Programme interview files|
|C 81-2||Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Topical Programme interview files|
|C 81-3||Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Regional Programme interview files|
|C 81-4||Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Special Projects interview files|
|C 81-5||Osgoode Society Oral History Programme research files|