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Accession Number: 96-1008


Rye receipts fonds. -- 1934. --2 items.

Biography / History

"Harold B. Rye, Otonabee Boat House","Harold B. Rye boat builder and paddle mfr", and "Rye'sPavilion & Boat Livery, Harold B. Rye, prop" appear inVernon's City of Peterborough Directory for 1926. The locationof the business is listed at Lock Street, Peterborough. Again,"Harold B. Rye paddle factory", and "Rye's Pavilionand Boat Livery" appear in Vernon's City of PeterboroughDirectory for 1936. These are listed as being situated at 628Lock Street, Peterborough.

Custodial History


Scope and Content

This fonds consists of two receipts datedin 1934, one of which relates to a license for Rye's Paviliongranted by the Canadian Performing Right Society, Ltd., and theother to fees charged by W.H. Cunningham for tuning Mr. Rye'spiano.


Title based on the contents of the fonds.

The fonds was donated from an unknown source.

Restrictions: N