Fonds MG088 - John Alan Jowitt fonds

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John Alan Jowitt fonds

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CA BU MG088

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  • 1948-1952 (Creation)
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    Jowitt, John Alan

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  • 2 cm of textual records
  • 2 artefacts

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(d. 2009)

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J.A. Jowitt graduated from Bishop's University in 1950 with a B.A., where he was the first president of the Canterbury Club. Upon graduation he eventually became a high school teacher in Ontario and retired in 1985 from Pickering High School. John Alan Jowitt died at the Village Retirement Centre on Monday, January 5, 2009 at the age of 81 years.

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Fonds includes:

  • Constitution for Canterbury Clubs, with suggested by-laws and student program, annotated. "The aim of the Canterbury Club is to serve the Mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering among the students of this institution a better undertsanding of the Faith and Practice of the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its corporate life Pro Christo per Ecclesiam", etc.
    • examination questionnaires
    • newspaper clippings (includes Montreal Star account of an a tragic traffic accident which took the life of Graham Knight, 20, a "prominent Bishop's student" being a member of the football team and editor of The Mitre. Dated August 26, 1949)
    • The Athletic Dinner, 1948. Program and menu.
    • receipt: $2.00 for the Bishop's University Extension Fund. March 3, 1948;
    • small "Bishop's Football" pin;
    • an unidentified felt badge;

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Beverley F. Jowitt

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BUA 0396 (small fonds box 2)

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