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Glenn J. Lockwood collection
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[ca. 1821]-1980 (Creation)
- Lockwood, Glenn J.
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18 m of textual records, ca. 600 photographs
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Glenn J. Lockwood was born on May 17, 1954 in Smiths Falls, Ontario. From 1973 to 1977 Mr. Lockwood attended the University of Ottawa, where he received he Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours), 1977 and the Master of Arts degree in 1981. From 1977 to 1978 he was a student at the McArthur College of Education, Queen's University where he received a Bachelor of Education degree. He attended the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Ottawa and received the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1988. Mr. Lockwood has been involved with numerous committees and executive positions of the Ontario Historical Society and has been involved in several projects involving research on the history of Montague and Kitley Townships. He is author of "Kitley: 1795-1975" (1974); "Montague: A social history of an Irish Ontario Township, 1783-1980" (1980), "Joshua Bates: The hidden tragedy of the Smiths Falls Heritage House" (1985) and "Beckwith: Irish and Scottish identities in a Canadian community, 1816-1988" (in press). In addition to a number of other compiled works, he has been author of numerous articles on Ontario and Canadian history. Mr. Lockwood received the Canadian Historical Association Regional Certificate of Merit in 1982.
Scope and content
The collection consists of subject files, court records, diaries and photographs. The material illustrates many aspects of the history of Montague and Kitley Townships as well as the activities of Lockwood Family. The files also contain a great deal of research material relating to the Loyal Orange Lodge and the Rural Telephone Company of Kitley Limited. Petitions to the Montague Township Council and Township Assessment rolls are invaluable for a study to the early history of this township. A large collection of photographs illustrate the social history of the area.
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Donated by Glenn Lockwood - 1989
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Restrictions on access
Box 22 and Box 23, folders 1through 6 are closed until 2019 without the permission of Glenn J. Lockwood.
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No further accruals are expected