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William Jackson Little Fonds

Fonds #

2108

Title

William Jackson Little fonds

Dates of Creation

1905–1951

Extent

23 cm of textual records
2 photographs

Biographical Sketch

William Jackson Little (1890–1951) was Bursar of Victoria University, 1932–1951, and prior to that an accountant. He was also a graduate of Victoria University (Class of 1913).

Scope and Content

Fonds consists of personal correspondence files, 1926–1949, photograph, and files re the W.S. Dyer Syndicate, which was formed to exploit an oil claim in the Northwest Territories, 1921–1930; minutes, financial records, correspondence regarding the O.R.B. Club, which was founded as a literary and dramatic organization in Toronto in 1908, 1929–1937; scrapbook including clippings about Victoria University, 1905–1918.

Notes

Source of Supplied Title

Title based on the contents of the fonds.

Access points

  • Little, William Jackson, 1890–1951
  • Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.)—Bursars
  • Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.)—Students

Subjects

  • College administrators
  • Scrapbooks
  • Universities and colleges—Finance
  • Young men—Societies and clubs

Box/File List

Acc. No. Box File Title Date
1987.060V 1 1 Record book 1924–1930
1 2 Items found in O.R.B. club record book [correspondence] 1928–1930
1 3 O.R.B. reunion dinner 1931–1932
1 4 O.R.B. reunion and member lists 1932–1937
1 5 O.R.B. [re: death of founder and Honorary President, Dr. Frank Adams] 1933
1987.063V 1 1 Correspondence 1926–1927
1 2 Correspondence 1929–1930
1 3 Correspondence 1932–1933
1 4 Correspondence 1935–1936
1 5 Correspondence 1939–1940
1 6 Correspondence 1940–1941
1 7 Correspondence 1941–1942
1 8 Correspondence 1942–1943
1 9 Correspondence 1943–1944
1 10 Correspondence 1944–1945
1 11 Correspondence 1945–1946
1 12 Correspondence 1946–1947
1 13 Correspondence 1947–1948
1 14 Correspondence 1948–1949
1 15 W.S. Dyer Syndicate 1921–1923
1 16 W.S. Dyer Syndicate 1930
1 17 Honorary degree for Chancellor Brown 1943
1997.068V TR Scrapbook 1905–1918