Series 2 - Administrative records

Minutes - McGill C.O.T.C. Association Minute Books of Regimental Committee Meetings, Mess Reports, MGGill C.O.T.C - Volume I Minutes of Annual General Meetings of Officers, Various Reports MGGill C.O.T.C McGill C.O.T.C - Minute Book

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Administrative records

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CA MUA MG 4006-2

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  • 1914-1962 (Creation)

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61.9 cm of textual records and other materials

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The C.O.T.C.’s administrative history is detailed in a series of Minutes and Reports which range from 1941-1959 (20.72 cm). In this series, information is preserved regarding regimental committee meetings, annual general meetings, and C.O.T.C. Association meetings, as well as mess reports. There is also a series of “Commissions for Lieutenants” signed by the Governor General/Surgeon General/Deputy Minister of Militias and Defence (1915-1916, 0.07 cm). The series Directories and Roll Calls details the names of C.O.T.C. members (1917-1946, 26.6 cm) and includes journal entries, orders and newspaper clippings. “Orders” records are comprised of three bound books and includes notices, marching routes, camp orders and newspaper clippings (1914-1929, 14 cm). Further to these more densely populated series regarding the administrative history of the C.O.T.C. are photographs (n.d., 0.01 cm) kept in an envelope and incorporated into directories, as well as a soldier’s handbook (1916, 0.5 cm), a letter to Lieutenant Colonel J.M. Morris from T.S. Morrisey addressing pay (1940, 0.01 cm), mess meetings, staff, publicity and the University of Toronto contingent of the C.O.T.C.’s records.

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