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Correspondence and other papers of William Walsh, Anne (Weir) Walsh, Esther (Slonimsky) Steele-Walsh, and Dick Steele [textual record (microform)]. 

Date(s)

1932-1946

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

3 microfilm reels positive.

Scope and content

Series consists of microfilmed correspondence between Dick Steele and his wife Esther Slonimsky Steele when Dick Steele was interned in the Don Jail and later when he served in the Canadian Army; correspondence between William Walsh and his wife Anne (Weir) Walsh during the same period; other incoming and outgoing correspondence of these individuals; and miscellaneous materials such as clippings and print matter. The correspondents include several individuals active in the labour movement, the Labour Progressive Party, and other organizations. Available on microfilm reels M-5445 to M-5447.

Textual records: microform
Microfilm reel M-5445
90: Open
Textual records: microform
Microfilm reel M-5447
90: Open
Textual records: microform
Microfilm reel M-5446
90: Open
Textual records: microform
96: Restrictions vary
Microfilm reel
from M-5445 to M-5447
90: Open
Former archival reference no.

Finding aid MSS1566 (part 1) includes, as an appendix, a copy of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario's finding aid. Included are: biographical information on William Walsh, Esther (Slonimksy) Steele-Walsh, Anne (Weir) Walsh, and Dick Steele; and a listing of the papers, annotated to include National Archives of Canada microfilm reel numbers. MSS1566 (part 1) (Paper)

Additional information

Acquired in 1980 from the Multicultural History Society of Ontario.

Related materials
For related material, see also another series in the Walsh fonds: "Personal correspondence and other papers, pins, and banner".

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