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Scottish Centre Fonds
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Series consists of administrative documents, including treasury receipts, by-laws, information sheets for the Centre, records related to building renovation, and financial records.

Artifacts and activities

This series consists chiefly of artifacts used or created by the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association at the Scottish Centre in Verdun. The artifacts include commemorative plaques, badges, and sash pins worn by members and officers during meetings and functions, a gavel, a trophy, and framed photograph of Queen Elizabeth II. Some of the artifacts are related to administrative activities, including two embossing machines and blank letterhead and stationery.There is also some textual ephemera representing social activities of the Scottish Centre, such as a list of Christmas carols.

Bowling trophy

President of Sons of Scotland May Cook's carpet bowling trophy from 1986 Ladies Bowling Cup.


One broach depicting flowers. Donated by chieftain May Cook from the early 1960s.

Commemorative plaque, 1954-1978

One plaque from Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association, Annual Ritual Award, Montreal District, presented by Robert Lewis, Grand Secretary Treasurer, 1955.

Commemorative plaque, 1928-1953

One plaque from Sons of Scotland Benevolant Association, Annual Ritualistic Competition, Montreal District, presented by F. S. Mearns, Grand Secretary, 1928.

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