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Finding Aid - Advocates' Society collection (PF70)

Advocates' Society collection

1994, 1996-1997
 
10.5 cm of textual records

 
Administrative History
The Advocates’ Society was established on November 20th, 1963, with the intention of being a forum for discussion, education and fellowship among advocates. The first meeting was held on May 17th, 1965, where John J. Robinette became the first president. The Society owns and operates Sir William Campbell House, located in downtown Toronto, and produces the Advocates' Society Journal among other publications.
 
Scope and Content
Collection consists of transcripts of interviews conducted by Christine J.N. Kates with members of the Advocates' Society. The collection consists of interviews with The Honourable John Arnup, The Honourable W.D. Griffiths, The Honourable R.E. Holland, Charles McKeon, Barry Pepper, The Honourable R. Reid, and Justice John Sopinka.
 
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No restrictions on access.

PF70-1 Oral History Programme

1994, 1996-1997
10.5 cm of textual records

Scope and Content
Series consists of transcripts of interviews conducted by Christine J.N. Kates for the Oral History Programme of the Advocates' Society. Series consists of typed transcripts of tape-recorded interviews conducted with seven members of the Advocates' Society: The Honourable John Arnup, The Honourable W.D. Griffths, The Honourable R.E. Holland, Charles McKeon, Barry Pepper, The Honourable R. Reid, and Justice John Sopinka.
 
Reference code / Title / Date
998016-001 Interview with Mr. Justice John Arnup. -- 14 Oct. 1994
998016-002 Interview with The Honourable W.D. Griffiths. -- Oct. 1996
998016-003 Interview with The Honourable R.E. Holland. -- 1996-1997
998016-004 Interview with Charles McKeon. – 1996
998016-005 Interview with Barry Pepper. -- 27 Sept. 1994
998016-006 Interview with The Honourable Robert Reid. -- 20 Dec. 1994
998016-007 Interview with Mr. Justice John Sopinka. -- 5 Mar. 1996
 
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