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Glengarry Camp, No. 212 records
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1937 - 1989 (Creation)
- Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Glengarry Camp, No. 212
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94 cm of textual records
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(1937 - )
The inaugural meeting of the Glengarry Camp took place on December 10, 1937, and the Camp was officially instituted on December 13, 1937. Out of eighty-three applicants, sixty-seven new members were initiated. Worthy Chief was Mathew Grindley, and John Maclean was the Chieftain. The Camp met monthly at the I.O.O.F. Hall on Hastings Street at Kamloops Street. As of 1944, the initiation fee for active and honorary members was two dollars, and the quarterly fee for active members was one dollar and five cents. In May 1975, the Camp began holding joint meetings with the Montrose Camp. Executive positions were shared between the two camps. The camps continued to hold joint meetings until the Montrose Camp was disbanded on May 31, 1981, and approximately sixty Montrose members were integrated into the Glengarry Camp. As of 2004, the Camp continues to meet monthly, at the I.O.O.F. Hall at 7728 Edmonds St. in Burnaby.
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Series consists of records relating to the Glengarry Camp. Activities, events and topics documented include meetings and other activities of the Camp, its Executive Committee, Entertainment Committee, and Ladies Auxiliary; joint meetings with Montrose Camp, and activities and events of Montrose Camp during that period; the financial management of the Camp; and its relations with other District No. 16 camps. Records include minutes and minute books; financial statements, balance sheets, and financial reports; record books and note books; bylaws; correspondence, reports, and newletters; and lists.
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The records were donated to the Simon Fraser University Archives by the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association in one accession on December 22, 2003.
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