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Finding Aid - Cecil Synder fonds (PF117)

Cecil Snyder fonds

[between 1926 and 1930]

5.5 cm of textual records (3 v.)

Biographical Sketch
Cecil Logue Snyder was born on June 10th, 1900, in St. Thomas, Ontario. Snyder graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1926, and was admitted to Osgoode Hall Law School later that year. Snyder was called to the Bar in 1930. Snyder worked as an Assistant Crown Attorney in Toronto, and later served as Deputy Attorney General of Ontario from 1938 to 1948. Snyder died on August 24th, 1974, in Ottawa, Ontario.
 
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of three note books maintained by Cecil Snyder while attending Osgoode Hall Law School during the period 1926 to 1930. The note books contain case notes for courses in constitutional law, trusts, and wills and administration of estates.
 
Restrictions
No restrictions on access.
 
Reference Code / Title / Date
2008027-001 Constitutional law. -- [between 1926 and 1930]
2008027-002 Trusts. -- [between 1926 and 1930]
2008027-003 Wills. -- [between 1926 and 1930]
Terms or Concepts Explained