Fonds P136 - John O'Neill Gallery fonds

John O'Neill Gallery

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John O'Neill Gallery fonds

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P136

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  • 1913-1919 (Creation)
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    Gallery, John O'Neill

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5 cm of textual records
3 photographs

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John O'Neill Gallery graduated from Loyola College in 1917.

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The fonds provides information on sports at Loyola College and McGill University, real-estate transactions in Montreal, and Canadian history.

The fonds consists of a scrapbook of press clippings documenting student sports activities at Loyola College; the clippings were gathered by John O'Neill Gallery while he was a student. Also included are early 20th-century legal documents, primarily related to real estate transactions conducted by the O'Neill / Gallery families; nine late 19th- / early 20th-century books on Montreal and Canadian history; a 1904 book entitled Irish Literature, and a photograph of the 1919 McGill University rugby team .

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The scrapbook of clippings has been photocopied onto acid-free paper.

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The documents were kept by John O'Neill Gallery's son, Brian O'Neill Gallery, who gave them to the Concordia University Archives in 1998 and 1999.

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