Subfonds 11 - 67th University Battery Chapter records

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67th University Battery Chapter records

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CA ON00131 00952-11

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  • 1926-1978 (Creation)
    Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. 67th University Battery Chapter

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20 cm of textual records and other material (8 volumes)

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This chapter was named in honour of William Alexander Denison Sutterby who gave up his studies at the University of Toronto to enlist in the Battery and serve overseas. He was killed in the battle of Passchendaele on October 30, 1917. He was the only child of William John Sutterby (d.1956) and Margaret D. Wilkinson Sutterby (d.1953). She served as the Regent of the Chapter from 1926 until 1943. It received its charter October 5, 1926. It had been a Children of the Empire (COE) chapter called the Bartonville Chapter until it received its charter as a primary chapter in 1926. The chapter's motto was "For Others." The 67th University Battery Chapter was disbanded in 1987.

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Subfonds consists of the following series: minute books, annual reports, and scrapbooks.

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