Sedgwick Migration Photographs
Scope and Contents
A collection of 3 albums (now disbound) containing a small number of original photographs as well as letters, pamphlets, press cuttings and memoranda. The photographs are spread throughout volumes 1 and 2. Volume 3, 1913- (which was marked vol. IV inside) has no original photographs. Images reproduced in cuttings and articles are not listed.
- 1910 - 1912
- Sedgwick, Thomas E, 1929 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Thomas Sedgwick (d. 1929) was a vigorous advocate of juvenile emigration. He led a party of fifty British boys to New Zealand in 1910 to carry out farm work, and took a further fifty boys to Ontario in 1912.
8 archive box(es) (9 images in 8 boxes)
Language of Materials
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
The original scrap-books have been disbound.
Other Finding Aids
The albums are described at RCMS 31 in the manuscripts catalogue, and are stored in the Manuscripts Collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Presented by Thomas Sedgwick in 1928.
This collection level description was entered by KS and RAS using information from the original typescript catalogue.
Sedgwick, Thomas E, d 1929
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