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  • Celebrating Nurses
    Celebrating Nurses
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  • Family Bibles
    Family Bibles
    GroupTextObject       Prior to the 20th century, the Family Bible was a staple in households and acted as the official place for a family's vital records. These books were often given as gifts to married couples or passed down through generations, allowing members to record their marriage, births of children, family deaths, ...
    GroupTextObject     Prior to the 20th century, the Family Bible was a staple in households and acted as the official place for a family's vital records. These books were often given as ...
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  • Names and News Clippings
    Names and News Clippings
    ImageTextObject       Names and news clipping recorded under 'Deaths' in this family bible.
    ImageTextObject     Names and news clipping recorded under 'Deaths' in this family bible.
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  • Marking a family death
    Marking a family death
    ImageTextObject       Death entry in this family bible for one Catherine .McDonald, late of Glengarry since 1815.
    ImageTextObject     Death entry in this family bible for one Catherine .McDonald, late of Glengarry since 1815.
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  • The Family Bible
    The Family Bible
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  • Margaret C. Macdonald, Letter to Archbishop McNeil
    Margaret C. Macdonald, Letter to Archbishop McNeil
    Text       Margaret C. Macdonald was a Canadian nurse who, during her thirty-year career, served in the Spanish-American War, the Second Boer War, and World War I. When war was declared in 1914, Macdonald was appointed Matron-in-Chief of the Canadian Army Medical Corps (CAMC) and became the first woman promoted to the ...
    Text     Margaret C. Macdonald was a Canadian nurse who, during her thirty-year career, served in the Spanish-American War, the Second Boer War, and World War I. When war was declared in ...
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  • Chrism oil stock
    Chrism oil stock
    ImageObject       Chrism oil stock, used for anointing in Sacraments of Confirmation and Holy Orders. Stock of Sterling silver, makers mark, Benziger Bros. New York. c1875.
    ImageObject     Chrism oil stock, used for anointing in Sacraments of Confirmation and Holy Orders. Stock of Sterling silver, makers mark, Benziger Bros. New York. c1875.
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  • Bronze Plate
    Bronze Plate
    ImageObject       Bronze plate of Bp. Francis V. Allen that had been used as a printer's plate.
    ImageObject     Bronze plate of Bp. Francis V. Allen that had been used as a printer's plate.
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  • Silver Trowel
    Silver Trowel
    ImageObject       Silver Trowel presented to Abp. McGuigan on the occasion of the laying of the cornerstone for the new St. Michael's College, August 27, 1935 (A.W. Holmes, Architect; George A. Fuller Co. of Canada Ltd., General Contractor).
    ImageObject     Silver Trowel presented to Abp. McGuigan on the occasion of the laying of the cornerstone for the new St. Michael's College, August 27, 1935 (A.W. Holmes, Architect; George A. Fuller ...
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  • Silver Trowel
    Silver Trowel
    ImageObject       Silver Trowel (tarnished) presented to Card. McGuigan on the occasion of the laying of the Dedication Stone of St. Joseph's High School, Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, May 31, 1947.
    ImageObject     Silver Trowel (tarnished) presented to Card. McGuigan on the occasion of the laying of the Dedication Stone of St. Joseph's High School, Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, May 31, 1947.
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  • Bugia
    Bugia
    ImageObject       Bugia, or hand-candlestick (carried by a server standing beside a bishop at some liturgical celebrations). Gold or brass plated. Base is quatrefoil shape. 1920s. From the Good Shepherd Sisters.
    ImageObject     Bugia, or hand-candlestick (carried by a server standing beside a bishop at some liturgical celebrations). Gold or brass plated. Base is quatrefoil shape. 1920s. From the Good Shepherd Sisters.
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  • Cameo episcopal ring
    Cameo episcopal ring
    ImageObject       Gold ring with shell cameo carving of the Madonna. The papal coat of arms is inscribed on either shoulder. The inscription on the ring says “Arch’bp N. McNeil to Bp. J. T. Kidd.”
    ImageObject     Gold ring with shell cameo carving of the Madonna. The papal coat of arms is inscribed on either shoulder. The inscription on the ring says “Arch’bp N. McNeil to Bp. ...
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  • Lamp and bell
    Lamp and bell
    ImageObject       Lamp and bell used to signify that the Blessed Sacrament was being carried from the Church to the home of the sick for Viaticum. (Specifically for outdoor use hence the hurricane glass). c. 1920.
    ImageObject     Lamp and bell used to signify that the Blessed Sacrament was being carried from the Church to the home of the sick for Viaticum. (Specifically for outdoor use hence the ...
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  • Death Mask
    Death Mask
    ImageObject       Death Mask of Most Rev. Fergus McEvay. Death masks are typically plaster casts of a person's face taken after death. Before the invention of photography, they were often created as mementoes of the deceased, or as a reference for portraiture. Masks of unknown corpses were also made to help with ...
    ImageObject     Death Mask of Most Rev. Fergus McEvay. Death masks are typically plaster casts of a person's face taken after death. Before the invention of photography, they were often created as ...
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  • Ornate brass crozier
    Ornate brass crozier
    ImageObject       Ornate brass crozier made of four assembled parts.
    ImageObject     Ornate brass crozier made of four assembled parts.
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  • Iron Key
    Iron Key
    ImageObject       Iron Key to the City of Toronto given to Card. McGuigan in 1946 on his return from Rome at a civic reception.
    ImageObject     Iron Key to the City of Toronto given to Card. McGuigan in 1946 on his return from Rome at a civic reception.
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  • Artifacts
    Artifacts
    GroupImage       This group contains a selection of items from ARCAT's collection of artifacts.
    GroupImage     This group contains a selection of items from ARCAT's collection of artifacts.
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  • Boat with spoon
    Boat with spoon
    ImageObject       Boat with spoon, silver; (boat-shaped vessel which holds incense before it is put into a thurible. c 1880's.
    ImageObject     Boat with spoon, silver; (boat-shaped vessel which holds incense before it is put into a thurible. c 1880's.
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  • Large Victorian tilting set
    Large Victorian tilting set
    ImageObject       Large Victorian tilting set: ice pitcher and base with handle. Vessel has a hinged lid, pouring spout, and handle can be hung at either side on the base. Base has a high handle for carrying; silver
    ImageObject     Large Victorian tilting set: ice pitcher and base with handle. Vessel has a hinged lid, pouring spout, and handle can be hung at either side on the base. Base has ...
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  • Viaticum cabinet
    Viaticum cabinet
    ImageObject       Viaticum cabinet, sick call set or last rites box in three pieces: back portion with compartment for liturgical items and a rendition of the "Pieta"; decorated glass front with the words: "Blessed Be Thy Holy Name"; wooden outer frame with hinged door with cloth backing opens to liturgical compartment - ...
    ImageObject     Viaticum cabinet, sick call set or last rites box in three pieces: back portion with compartment for liturgical items and a rendition of the "Pieta"; decorated glass front with the ...
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