Cape Croker (Ont.)

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              Joseph Cadot, S.J. Collection
              0700-3031 · Collection · 1919-1936

              The collection contains records that attest to his religious life, including invitations and articles pertaining to his celebration of 60 years in the Society of Jesus, Province of Upper Canada newsletters, newspaper articles about his religious career, handwritten notes on the unveiling of a monument dedicated to him, and memorial cards.

              Many of the records in the collection pertain to Father Cadot’s years in the Northern Missions, including a bound collection of hand-transcribed memoires recounting his experiences there compiled by Father Rolland. It also includes a scrapbook of photos of Father Cadot at Chippewa and Guelph in the 1930s, some featuring community members, and newspaper clippings. Some correspondence from the 1930s between Father Cadot and fellow Jesuits during his time at Chippewa Hill can also be found in the collection, as well as a typed account of his time at Cape Croker and Saugeen, written by him. It also includes postcards from Cape Croker.

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              James Howitt, S.J. Fonds
              0700-3046 · Fonds · 1925-[194-]

              The fonds contains documents pertaining to his religious life including his baptism certificate, a Latin letter from Father Dufresne confirming his ordination, photocopies of mission dates and information, an Upper Canada Province newsletter featuring him, and prayer cards. Additionally, the fonds contains a number of photograph portraits of Father Howitt at various missions, many which feature Indigenous community members, and one negative. A number of correspondence can also be found in the fonds, most of which was produced from the 1920s to 1940s at Spanish, Ontario, as well as Cape Croker, Port Arthur, and Nipigon, and which reports on his mission work.

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