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Sir Gilbert Parker collection

  • Collection
  • 1902-1915

The Gilbert Parker fonds consists of three folders. The first contains pieces of correspondence, primarily to Col. W.N. Ponton. Amoung the items he sent to Ponton were two propogandist pamphlets by Reverend H.M. Gwatkin and William Archer respectively. The second folder contains two of his publications, of which the poem "Was it Some Golden Star" was put to music by Edward Elgar, and two publications directed towards the United States with the aim of bringing them into World War I on the British side. The final folder contains items from the Gilbert Parker Banquet in 1902 with items including a menu and an invitation.

Parker, Sir Gilbert

Letter from Capital City Chapter Masonic Lodge to W. N. Ponton

  • CA ON00156 2018-113
  • Item
  • 3 Mar 1919

Letter concerning levels of membership in the Capital City Chapter Masonic Temple of Albany, New York, written by Chapter secretary Charles Leonard Myers to William Nisbet Ponton of Belleville, Ontario.

Capital City Chapter No. 242 R.A.M.