Correspondence, Receipts, Newspaper Clippings, Photo's Concerning the Fathers of Confederation. Kingston and Toronto, 1845-1882. 1845- 1882.

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Goodwin-Haines Collection. Correspondence, Receipts, Newspaper Clippings, Photo's Concerning the Fathers of Confederation. Kingston and Toronto, 1845-1882.

Correspondence, Receipts, Newspaper Clippings, Photo's Concerning the Fathers of Confederation. Kingston and Toronto, 1845-1882. 1845- 1882.

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