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Accession Number: 71-005


Cruthers scrapbook. -- Microfilmed [ca. 1971]. -- 1 microfilm reel.

Biography / History


Custodial History

This documents on the microfilm were compiled between 1850 and 1870 by a woman from the London, Ontario area. It remained in the custody of the Cruthers family until it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

Scope and Content

The item is a microfilm copy of a scrapbook compiled by D.S. Cruther's grandmother containing obituaries and pictures of all kinds of events, from such journals as the Illustrated London News, Harper's Weekly, etc. The scrapbook is a good study of the social, architectural, art and other interests of a Mid-Victorian Canadian woman.


The title based on creator of the original records.

The item was donated by Mr. D.S. Cruthers, grandson of Mrs. Cruthers.

Original records remain in the custody of the Cruthers family.

Restrictions: N

Microfilm. Set 2.