Fonds C 105

St. Lawrence Starch Company collection

About these records

St. Lawrence Starch Company collection
Dates of Creation
Physical Description

80 audio disks and scripts

7 film reels

18 centimetres of textual records

Scope and Content

Collection consists of radio programs and films sponsored by the St. Lawrence Starch Company. These include programs including "What Price Loyalty," broadcast by radio station CKOK in Hamilton, as well as "Air Check, Know Your Halifax," broadcast by Halifax radio station CHNS. The scripts of these programs are also included in the collection.

The collection also includes 7 reels of motion picture film, featuring skiing and figure skating.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch

St. Lawrence Starch Company Limited was a major Canadian manufacturer of corn based starch, glucose and feed products, established in 1889 by John Gray, Archie Hutchison, Robert Kilgour, Joseph Kilgour and Jessie Malcolm and based in Port Credit, Ontario.

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St. Lawrence Starch Co.

Restrictions on Access
No access restrictions.
Terms For Use and Reproduction
Copyright for radio broadcasts is in the public domain, and permission of the Archives of Ontario is required for publication. Copyright for films remains with the St. Lawrence Starch Company, and permission for copies or publication must be obtained from the St. Lawrence Starch Company.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was donated to the Archives of Ontario by William Gray of the St. Lawrence Starch Company in 1986.
Related Material

See also F 4392, St. Lawrence Starch Company fonds.

Availability of Other Formats

Videotape copies of audio disks available. Microfilm copies of scripts available. Please contact a Reference Archivist for details.

Title based on immediate source of acquisition.

Former Codes

Accession number 16798.

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