Items belonging to R. Alex Sim. 1937- 1996.


Items belonging to R. Alex Sim. 1937- 1996.

Includes an O.A.C. programme listing A. Sim, Toronto University, as a speaker, Oct. 25., 1937; a copy of the National Archives of Canada finding aid (1983) for the large collection that he donated previously to them; photocopied article on Orville Shugg (1996); an article by Terry Crowley entitled "The New Canada Movement: Agrarian Youth Protest in the 1930s" (p. [311]-326 in "Ontario History", Dec. 1988); picture of Myles Horton, founder of Highlander Folk School, Tennessee, with a note to A. Sim, 1982; photographs of A. Sim taken by Don Alexander on tour of Holstein and farmstead, 1990?

1 file.


SNAC Resource ID: 7868834

Related Entities

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Shugg, Orville. (person)

Horton, Myles, 1905-1990 (person)

Myles Horton, founder of the Highlander Folk School (Mounteagle, Tenn.) and civil rights activist. From the description of Myles Horton oral history interview, 1989 Dec. 15. (Georgia State University). WorldCat record id: 38726954 ...

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Crowley, Terence Allan, 1946- (person)