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Ardnamurchan Club fonds
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- Ardnamurchan Club (central Argyle, Yarmouth County, N.S)
Physical description area
- 30 cm of textual records
- 16 architectural drawings
- 4 film reels
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Fonds consists of family charts; reports; membership lists; minutes (1914-1985); plans and drawings of the club house and grounds; financial records related to the upkeep of the house, grounds and farm; log of farm operations; correspondence to and from employees; guest books; legal correspondence; and four film reels taken by Evan's Clark of the family travelling from Boston to the club. Guest books were loaned in 2002 for photocopying as the 1970- book is still in use.
Film reels are presently being reformatted.
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Harold Starr, President, Ardnamurchan Club in August 2001. Film reels and some additional material donated by Michael Clark, Club member.
Original arrangement has been preserved.
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Further accruals are expected. Over time the Argyle Township Court House and Archives will be copying select images from photograph albums owbned by the Club. Albums will remain with the Club.
A partial copy of the diary of Evans Clark, a founding member, is available in the archives. A photograph of the club house can be found in the Argyle Township and Court House Archives photograph collection.