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Finding Aid - C. Ian Kyer fonds (PF191)

C. Ian Kyer fonds

1963-2010

7.7 cm of textual records

Biographical Sketch
C. Ian Kyer is a lawyer in Toronto, Ontario, with the firm of Faskin Martineau. Kyer is also a legal historian, who has written extensively on the history of the firm, as well as co-authored the book "The fiercest debate: Cecil A. Wright, the benchers, and legal education in Ontario, 1923-1957" [Osgoode Society, 1987].
 
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of records documenting the life and research interests of C. Ian Kyer, in particular his work to collect and write about the history of his law firm, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, and its predecessor firms. These records include research materials, memoranda and correspondence pertaining to the Fasken firm and its lawyers. Also included in the fonds are a file pertaining to the activities of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Alumni Association and Kyer's involvement with its Executive Committee and alumni dinners in the early to mid-1980s, as well as a report on the diaries of Edward Marion Chadwick (1840-1921).
 
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Reference Code / Title / Date
2009052-001 U of T Alumni Assoc. correspondence (general). -- 1982-1985, 1988
2010047-001 The diaries of Edward Marion Chadwick 1858-1921: an overview. -- 2010
2013034-001 Fasken Martineau correspondence and promotional materials. -- 15 Nov. 2001
2013034-002 Firm history: memoranda, correspondence and research materials. -- 1963-1985, 2001
2013034-003 Firm history. -- 12 Feb. 1990
2013034-004 Installments. -- 1987-1989
2013034-005 Installments - history of the firm. -- 1985, 1987-1989
2013034-006 Hiram Walker history. -- 1999, 2001
2013034-007 History of the firm filing - July 1, 1989 - Feb. 2, 1990. -- 1989-1990
2013034-008 Seaway Trust material. -- 1983
2013034-009 William C. Graham: new minister of foreign affairs has deep roots at Faskens. -- 2002
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