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Finding Aid - Bertram Holford Ardagh fonds (PF69)

Bertram Holford Ardagh fonds

0.5 cm of textual records

Biographical Sketch
Bertram Holford Ardagh was born in Barrie, Ontario, on December 7th, 1871. He was admitted to Osgoode Hall Law School in 1890 and was called to the Bar in 1895. He practiced in Gravenhurst and Midland before moving to Toronto in 1902, where he practiced with the firm of Raymond, Ardagh and Honsberger. During the First World War, Ardagh served as Captain of the Osgoode Hall Rifle Association and was a Major with the 124th Battalion. Ardagh was appointed Secretary of the Law Society of Upper Canada on January 19th, 1922, a position he held until his death on October 31st, 1933.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of records relating to Bertram Holford Ardagh in his role as Captain of the Osgoode Hall Rifle Association, a volunteer organization formed in 1914 for members of the legal profession who lacked military training. The fonds includes reports, membership lists, a newspaper clipping and a membership card.
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Reference code / Title / Date
985198-001 Service roll of the Osgoode Hall Rifle Association. – 1914
985198-002 Toronto World newspaper article. -- 1 Sept. 1914
985198-003 Osgoode Hall Rifle Association list of members. -- 1 Feb. 1915
985198-004 Treasurer's statement. -- 21 June 1915
985198-005 Report of Captain. -- 28 Jan. 1916
985198-006 Osgoode Hall Rifle Association financial statement. -- 28 Jan. 1916
985198-007 Membership card of B.H. Ardagh. -- [between 1914 and 1916]
985198-008 Osgoode Hall Rifle Association active members. -- [between 1914 and 1916]
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