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Accession Number: 05-1005


Mark Robinson letter. -- [Photocopied after 1953]. -- 1 item.

Biography / History

Mark Robinson was Superintendent and Ranger of Algonquin Park between 1908 and 1941. He served as an Army officer with the Canadian Militia during the First World War. He resided in Barrie and Elmvale, Ontario with his wife and children but spent many months each year in Algonquin Park.

Custodial History

Item was in the custody of Taylor Statten of Camp Ahmek before it was donated to Trent University Archives in 2004 via Mary Garland.

Scope and Content

Item is a photocopy of a letter written 10 December 1953 by Mark Robinson, Superintendent and Ranger of Algonquin Park, to Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Statten, parents of Taylor Statten of Camp Ahmek.


Title based on a description of the item.
This item was acquired from Mary Garland in 2004.
Original may be in the custody of Ottelyn Addison's estate.
Restrictions: N
For related records see: 77-1022 and 97-011.