Prince WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2: 1959
Publication
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1959]-[1991]
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Creator
Prince Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type
Text
Item Type
Scrapbooks
Description
Prince WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2: 1959

- Envelope, with FWIC logo commemorating the ACWW stamp, first day of issue, 1959
- Announcement, "Commemorative Stamp Issue, A.C.W.W. Special First Day Covers"

Throughout volume, newspaper articles and programs from 1959-1988 about Branch meetings, District Annuals and Area Conventions for the following:
- Central Algoma District
- Algoma North Shore District
- St. Joseph Island District
- North Central Area
- Combined districts of Algoma, Sudbury, Manitoulin Island, and St. Joseph Island
- East Algoma
- Also 4-H Meetings, award ceremonies, and banquets
- Articles about various resolutions made by local WI branches, districts, and the area

- Article, "Women's Institute Project: Seek Home-making Scholarship," about 4-H clubs, 1959
- Article, "Women's Institute Project: Tweedsmuir Histories on View," 1959
- Article, "By Pasteurizing: Farm Women Said Too lazy to Guard Against Disease," 1959
- FWIO Pamphlet that outlines the structure of the organization
- Photo of representatives from two new branches, Wesley Subdivision and Bay View, 1960
- Article, "Frontier Women: Institute in the Yukon Aids Indians, Eskimo," 1960
- Photo of three pioneer women: Mrs. Jack Fantham, Mrs. Lucy Bovington, and Mrs. Gus Holmberg, 1960
- Article, "Tour Takes 23: Ottawa Tulips Attract Korah WI," 1961
- Article about 4-H Homemakers club, WI members, and Club Leaders meet for a Gala Social Gathering, 1960
- Article, "WI Branches in NWT Open Up New Horizons," 1962
- Article about new FWIO President, Mrs. J.H. Chivers, 1961
- Article, "WI Members will Know Meaning of Centennial," 1960s
- Article, "Block Printing Course Attracts WI Leaders of Central Algoma," 1961
- Photograph of Patricia WI of Bruce Station, 1961
- Article, "Winner Known Soon: Lilly Petty Pioneers 4-H Clubs," 1961
- Photo of Patricia WI's annual "Grandmothers' Day," and article about the history of the WI in the area, 1961
- Articles about FWIO 65th anniversary, 1962
- Article, "National Board member Plans Canadian Tour to Australia," 1962
- Article, "Mrs. Alec Ironsides Finds Lost Book of Minutes," 1962
- Article, "Rural Wife More of a Partner Mrs. Trivers Tells Women," 1962
- Article, "Open House: Hundreds Tour Home for Aged Institute Branches Serve Tea," 1962
- Article about Antique Bazaar held by Central Algoma WI branches, 1962
- Article, "4,000 Canadian Pennies marked Top Donation at WI World Meet," 1962
- Article, "History of Algoma," 1962
- Articles about new FWIO President, Mrs. Leonard Trivers, 1963
- Article about group tour to the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, 1963
- Article, "Lily Petty Scholarship Won by Student Nurse," 1962
- Article, "Adult Education: Make Canada Lovelier for Centennial with Suggested Face Lifting Projects," 1963
- Group photo of women at the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- Article about 15th Women's Institute Officer's Conference, 1963
- Article, "Cornwall Girl Begins Club Supervisory Duty," 1963
- Article, "Central Algoma WI Hosts: Guests Tour F.J. Davey Home for 14th Annual Open House," 1964
- Article about bazaar held by Central Algoma WI District, 1964
- Article, "Mrs. P. Weir Organizes another WI Branch," 1964 (Thessalon)
- Articles about winners of WI Scholarship, 1964
- Article, "Mrs. Leonard Trivers: Algoma Woman Represents Ontario at Peace Conference," 1964
- Article about 4-H Achievement Day, 1965
- Officers' Conference Program, 1965
- Article, "Guelph University Adopts Semester Study Program," 1965
- Group Photo of Institute Officers attending the Officers' Conference, 1965
- Article about 4-H Banquet, 1965
- Article, "East Algoma WI Meet: Women Ask for Mail Improvement," 1965
- Article, "Queen Entertains British WI at Party to Celebrate Jubilee," 1965
- Articles about 50th anniversary of WI in the UK, 1965
- Photo of presentation of silver tea service being presented to Mrs. Leonard Trivers, 1965
- Article about new FWIO President, Mrs. Everett Small, 1965
- Article, "Agriculture Complex Slated for Guelph Campus," 1965
- Article, "Why Not Educate About How to Live?"
- Guelph University Pamphlet
- Article, "Area Seamstresses Study Fabrics," 1966
- Photo of WI members planting flowering plum trees in the local cemetery, 1966
- Article, "Prince WI Acquired Own Hall," 1966
- Article, "Historical Programs Suggested for WI's During Centennial Year," 1966
- Article, "Stories of Pioneers Capture Mold of Country's Century of Progress," 1966
- Article, "Teaching Agriculture in Schools Suggested to Halt Farm Exodus," 1966
- Article about Tweedsmuir meeting to gain and exchange new ideas for compiling history books, 1966
- Article, "Hoodless Homestead Objective Reached," 1967
- Article, "A Chat with Farm Folk: McKercher Clan Operates Successful Unit; Predicts Bright Future for Family Farm," 1968
- Song Sheet, "Canadian Girls in Training," 1924
- Article about disbandment of Sailors Encampment WI branch, 1968
- Article, "Home Economists Teach 'Baking with Yeast,'" 1968
- Article about monument dedication at site of the Wawanosh Residential School, 1968
- Article, "Cooks Exchange Fancy Breads," 1968
- Photos of West Korah WI Charter Members and Life Members, 1969
- Article about funeral held for Mrs. H.P. Van Wagner, one of the last surviving Charter Members of Stoney Creek WI, 1970
- Articles about the 75th anniversary of WI, 1972
- Pamphlet for the Shrine of The Snowshoe Priest: A Tribute to Bishop Frederic Baraga (Michigan)
- Article, "WI here supports change in abortion law," 1974
- Obituary for Hazel (Bishop) Egglesfield, 1975
- Article, "Lorna Rudolph explains women's rights," 1975
- Article, "FWIO President Spoke: Quilt Kits Requested," 1976
- Article, "FWIO Marks 80th Anniversary milestone," 1977
- Article, "WI urged to give true farming picture," no date
- Article about Helen McKercher's induction to the Agricultural Hall of Fame, 1978
- Article about "Discover Your Local Heritage" exhibit held at the Station Mall
- Article, "Institute Struggles with 'tea sippers' Image," 1982
- Photo of the hand-quilted wall hanging presented to Ontario's Deputy Premier, Robert Welch, 1980s
- Article, "FWIO Project: Wall quilt for Bicentennial," 1983
- List of FWIO Scholarships
- Proclamation from Mayor Joseph M. Fratesi that June 2nd to 8th, 1991 would be Women's Institute Week
Dates
[1959]-[1991]
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 46.55007 Longitude: -84.51667
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Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
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Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 fwio@fwio.on.ca
 
 
552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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Prince WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2: 1959


Prince WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2: 1959

- Envelope, with FWIC logo commemorating the ACWW stamp, first day of issue, 1959
- Announcement, "Commemorative Stamp Issue, A.C.W.W. Special First Day Covers"

Throughout volume, newspaper articles and programs from 1959-1988 about Branch meetings, District Annuals and Area Conventions for the following:
- Central Algoma District
- Algoma North Shore District
- St. Joseph Island District
- North Central Area
- Combined districts of Algoma, Sudbury, Manitoulin Island, and St. Joseph Island
- East Algoma
- Also 4-H Meetings, award ceremonies, and banquets
- Articles about various resolutions made by local WI branches, districts, and the area

- Article, "Women's Institute Project: Seek Home-making Scholarship," about 4-H clubs, 1959
- Article, "Women's Institute Project: Tweedsmuir Histories on View," 1959
- Article, "By Pasteurizing: Farm Women Said Too lazy to Guard Against Disease," 1959
- FWIO Pamphlet that outlines the structure of the organization
- Photo of representatives from two new branches, Wesley Subdivision and Bay View, 1960
- Article, "Frontier Women: Institute in the Yukon Aids Indians, Eskimo," 1960
- Photo of three pioneer women: Mrs. Jack Fantham, Mrs. Lucy Bovington, and Mrs. Gus Holmberg, 1960
- Article, "Tour Takes 23: Ottawa Tulips Attract Korah WI," 1961
- Article about 4-H Homemakers club, WI members, and Club Leaders meet for a Gala Social Gathering, 1960
- Article, "WI Branches in NWT Open Up New Horizons," 1962
- Article about new FWIO President, Mrs. J.H. Chivers, 1961
- Article, "WI Members will Know Meaning of Centennial," 1960s
- Article, "Block Printing Course Attracts WI Leaders of Central Algoma," 1961
- Photograph of Patricia WI of Bruce Station, 1961
- Article, "Winner Known Soon: Lilly Petty Pioneers 4-H Clubs," 1961
- Photo of Patricia WI's annual "Grandmothers' Day," and article about the history of the WI in the area, 1961
- Articles about FWIO 65th anniversary, 1962
- Article, "National Board member Plans Canadian Tour to Australia," 1962
- Article, "Mrs. Alec Ironsides Finds Lost Book of Minutes," 1962
- Article, "Rural Wife More of a Partner Mrs. Trivers Tells Women," 1962
- Article, "Open House: Hundreds Tour Home for Aged Institute Branches Serve Tea," 1962
- Article about Antique Bazaar held by Central Algoma WI branches, 1962
- Article, "4,000 Canadian Pennies marked Top Donation at WI World Meet," 1962
- Article, "History of Algoma," 1962
- Articles about new FWIO President, Mrs. Leonard Trivers, 1963
- Article about group tour to the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, 1963
- Article, "Lily Petty Scholarship Won by Student Nurse," 1962
- Article, "Adult Education: Make Canada Lovelier for Centennial with Suggested Face Lifting Projects," 1963
- Group photo of women at the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- Article about 15th Women's Institute Officer's Conference, 1963
- Article, "Cornwall Girl Begins Club Supervisory Duty," 1963
- Article, "Central Algoma WI Hosts: Guests Tour F.J. Davey Home for 14th Annual Open House," 1964
- Article about bazaar held by Central Algoma WI District, 1964
- Article, "Mrs. P. Weir Organizes another WI Branch," 1964 (Thessalon)
- Articles about winners of WI Scholarship, 1964
- Article, "Mrs. Leonard Trivers: Algoma Woman Represents Ontario at Peace Conference," 1964
- Article about 4-H Achievement Day, 1965
- Officers' Conference Program, 1965
- Article, "Guelph University Adopts Semester Study Program," 1965
- Group Photo of Institute Officers attending the Officers' Conference, 1965
- Article about 4-H Banquet, 1965
- Article, "East Algoma WI Meet: Women Ask for Mail Improvement," 1965
- Article, "Queen Entertains British WI at Party to Celebrate Jubilee," 1965
- Articles about 50th anniversary of WI in the UK, 1965
- Photo of presentation of silver tea service being presented to Mrs. Leonard Trivers, 1965
- Article about new FWIO President, Mrs. Everett Small, 1965
- Article, "Agriculture Complex Slated for Guelph Campus," 1965
- Article, "Why Not Educate About How to Live?"
- Guelph University Pamphlet
- Article, "Area Seamstresses Study Fabrics," 1966
- Photo of WI members planting flowering plum trees in the local cemetery, 1966
- Article, "Prince WI Acquired Own Hall," 1966
- Article, "Historical Programs Suggested for WI's During Centennial Year," 1966
- Article, "Stories of Pioneers Capture Mold of Country's Century of Progress," 1966
- Article, "Teaching Agriculture in Schools Suggested to Halt Farm Exodus," 1966
- Article about Tweedsmuir meeting to gain and exchange new ideas for compiling history books, 1966
- Article, "Hoodless Homestead Objective Reached," 1967
- Article, "A Chat with Farm Folk: McKercher Clan Operates Successful Unit; Predicts Bright Future for Family Farm," 1968
- Song Sheet, "Canadian Girls in Training," 1924
- Article about disbandment of Sailors Encampment WI branch, 1968
- Article, "Home Economists Teach 'Baking with Yeast,'" 1968
- Article about monument dedication at site of the Wawanosh Residential School, 1968
- Article, "Cooks Exchange Fancy Breads," 1968
- Photos of West Korah WI Charter Members and Life Members, 1969
- Article about funeral held for Mrs. H.P. Van Wagner, one of the last surviving Charter Members of Stoney Creek WI, 1970
- Articles about the 75th anniversary of WI, 1972
- Pamphlet for the Shrine of The Snowshoe Priest: A Tribute to Bishop Frederic Baraga (Michigan)
- Article, "WI here supports change in abortion law," 1974
- Obituary for Hazel (Bishop) Egglesfield, 1975
- Article, "Lorna Rudolph explains women's rights," 1975
- Article, "FWIO President Spoke: Quilt Kits Requested," 1976
- Article, "FWIO Marks 80th Anniversary milestone," 1977
- Article, "WI urged to give true farming picture," no date
- Article about Helen McKercher's induction to the Agricultural Hall of Fame, 1978
- Article about "Discover Your Local Heritage" exhibit held at the Station Mall
- Article, "Institute Struggles with 'tea sippers' Image," 1982
- Photo of the hand-quilted wall hanging presented to Ontario's Deputy Premier, Robert Welch, 1980s
- Article, "FWIO Project: Wall quilt for Bicentennial," 1983
- List of FWIO Scholarships
- Proclamation from Mayor Joseph M. Fratesi that June 2nd to 8th, 1991 would be Women's Institute Week