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1965 Dean Gooderham Acheson RSVPs to the family reunion
1965 Dean Gooderham Acheson RSVPs to the family reunion
Describing how Dean Gooderham Acheson is connected to our family, his early years and his response to our 1965 reunion.
 
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2. Inventory of Archival Sources
2. Inventory of Archival Sources
The Gooderham and Worts Distillery was redeveloped and renamed The Distillery District. The site is designated a National Historic Site. In the process, the developers created a website to capture the sites history, including that of its founders, at www.distilleryheritage.com
The source material relating to the Gooderham family on this site is listed in this document.
 
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3. Archive re: Bertram Sturrup collection
3. Archive re: Bertram Sturrup collection
65 banker's boxes of documents and photos pertaining to Gooderhams were donated to the Community History Project by Bertram Sturrup. Bertram Sturrup was a descendant of William Gooderham.

Additional artifacts are held by the executor of Bertram Sturrup's estate, Bob Szagala (reputed to include a rocking chair that belonged to William Gooderham (1790 - 1881)).
 
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504 Jarvis St., Toronto, the home built by George Horace Gooderham
504 Jarvis St., Toronto, the home built by George Horace Gooderham
Rogers TV show Structures about the architecture of 504 Jarvis Street, Toronto, built by George Horace Gooderham in 1891. Other Gooderham buildings in Toronto and are also discussed as are some personal stories about the Gooderhams who lived there.
 
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A Canadian Philanthropist by Donald Jones
A Canadian Philanthropist by Donald Jones
About Sir Albert E. Gooderham who, among other achievements helped fund the creation of Connaught Labs.
 
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Acheson Country by David Campion Acheson published by WW Norton
Acheson Country by David Campion Acheson published by WW Norton
This is a personal memoir of Dean Acheson, written by his son, who, in writing the book, wished readers to see the personal side of the statesman. The memoir shows us Dean Acheson at home with his wife, Alice, his friends and children, before and after his tenure as President Truman's Secretary of State.
 
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Acheson: The Secretary of State Who Created the American World by James Chace
Acheson: The Secretary of State Who Created the American World by James Chace
Acheson is the first comprehensive biography of the most important and controversial secretary of state of the twentieth century. More than any other of the renowned "Wise Men" who shaped America's vision of the world in the aftermath of World War II, Dean Acheson was the quintessential man of action, the driving force behind the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and NATO. James Chace has given us an important and dramatic work of history chronicling the momentous decisions, events, and fascinating personalities of the most critical decades of the American Century.
 
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Adam Armstrong
Adam Armstrong
 
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Adam Armstrong with son Holly
Adam Armstrong with son Holly
 
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Aerial image from 1946 near Scole, Norfolk
Aerial image from 1946 near Scole, Norfolk
Aerial image from 1946 of the heritage listing property where it looks like William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up
 
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Albert Gooderham and Connaught Labs by Donald Jones
Albert Gooderham and Connaught Labs by Donald Jones
 
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Albert Gooderhams 1913 Wolseley
Albert Gooderhams 1913 Wolseley
 
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Alcohol in Industry
Alcohol in Industry
by Gooderham & Worts, limited.
Year/Format: 1938, Book , 26 p. :
Subjects: Alcohol.
Private Press and Fine Printing Collection : PPFPC
Publication information: Toronto : Gooderham & Worts, ltd., [c1938].
Language: English
Corporate Author: Gooderham & Worts, limited.
Added author: Brigdens (Firm)
 
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Alfred Morgan Cosby
Alfred Morgan Cosby
A M Cosby married the second daughter of Sarah and JG Worts.
 
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Alice Worts won the first Toronto skating competition in 1863
Alice Worts won the first Toronto skating competition in 1863
 
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Alice Worts won the silver trophy on the right
Alice Worts won the silver trophy on the right
Alice won Toronto's first skating competition and won this prize
 
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All the Journey Through [University of Toronto Press Incorporated: Toronto, 1997] 
by C.M. Blackstock (Author)
All the Journey Through [University of Toronto Press Incorporated: Toronto, 1997] by C.M. Blackstock (Author)
All the Journey Through is also the story of the making of a Toronto family, though much of the narrative takes place outside the city. Recollecting her childhood in the 1920s and 1930s, the author begins with the large weekly family dinner parties and the Sunday afternoon teas for the children held at her grandmother's house in Toronto, and the happy times spent at that grandmother's summer house on Lake Simcoe. Then, quoting extensively from the letters, which date from 1817 to 1919, the author reaches further back into the past.
 
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Angus Walters, Bluenose skipper, with Norman R. Gooderham
Angus Walters, Bluenose skipper, with Norman R. Gooderham
Bluenose skipper is guest of R.C.Y.C. When the dinghy fleet set off for the season's first race; Captain Angus Walters watched with Norman R. Gooderham; commodore of the yacht club; and for years one of the outstanding racing captains on the Great Lakes.
 
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Annals of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club 1852 - 1937
Excerpts describing the history of the Gooderham's at the RCYC and the Oriole.
Annals of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club 1852 - 1937 Excerpts describing the history of the Gooderham's at the RCYC and the Oriole.
by Snider, C. H. J. (Charles Henry Jeremiah), 1879-1971.
Year/Format: 1937,
Subjects:
Royal Canadian Yacht Club--History.
Yachting--Ontario--Toronto.
Publication information: Toronto : Rous & Mann, 1937-
Language: English
Format: Regular Print Book
More creator details: compiled by C.H.J. Snider.
Contents note: [v. 1.] 1852-1937
 
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Archibald Gooderham
Archibald Gooderham
 
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Article about the history and renovation of the King Edward Hotel
Article about the history and renovation of the King Edward Hotel
Toronto Calendar Magazine April 1981
 
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Bank of Toronto branch in Rossland BC
Bank of Toronto branch in Rossland BC
 
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Bank of Toronto S.W. corner of King and Bay St completed in 1913
Bank of Toronto S.W. corner of King and Bay St completed in 1913
 
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Bank of Toronto that was at 58 Wellington St in Toronto (now torn down)
Bank of Toronto that was at 58 Wellington St in Toronto (now torn down)
 
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Bank of Upper Canada
Bank of Upper Canada
The Bank of Upper Canada was established in 1821 under a Charter granted by the legislature of Upper Canada in 1819 to a group of Kingston merchants. This charter was appropriated by the more influential Executive Councillors to the Lt. Governor, the Rev. John Strachan and William Allan and moved to Toronto.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Biography of William Gooderham jr.
Biography of William Gooderham jr.
The Dictionary of Canadian Biography is linked here.
 
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Blackfoot Agency House.
Blackfoot Agency House.
John Hamilton Gooderham and George Hamilton Gooderham residence. 1906 through 1954. This House Belongs to the Government.
 
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Booze Boats and Billions by C.W. Hunt
Booze Boats and Billions by C.W. Hunt
Year/Format: 1988, Book, 351 p., [16] p. of plates :
Subjects:
Distilling industries--Ontario--History.
Hatch family.
Prohibition--Ontario--History--20th century.
Prohibition--United States--History--20th century.
Smuggling--Ontario--History--20th century.
Smuggling--United States--History--20th century.
Publication information: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, 1988.
ISBN: 0771042647
Language: English
 
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Bruce Napier Simpson jr, architect.
Bruce Napier Simpson jr, architect.
Bruce Napier Simpson jr, a descendant of William Gooderham, was a well respected architect.
 
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Buckboard wagon
Buckboard wagon
George Hamilton Gooderham, his parents and sister traveled by buckboard to the Piapot reserve in 1889, when George was just 3 years old.
 
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Building 83
Building 83
The main administration building on Sanofi Pasteur Canada’s Connaught Campus.
 
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Building in Scole near James and Sarah Gooderham's homestead
Building in Scole near James and Sarah Gooderham's homestead
 
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By Golly the old dowager looks good
By Golly the old dowager looks good
Article by John Brehl in Toronto Star about renovation of the King Edward Hotel
 
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Canadian Whisky, Second Edition: The New Portable Expert
Canadian Whisky, Second Edition: The New Portable Expert
Davin de Kergommeaux takes readers on a journey through the first systematic presentation of Canadian whisky: how it's made, who makes it, why it has its own unique flavours, its history, culture and the rich centuries of folklore surrounding it. One chapter discusses the contribution of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery to this early history.
 
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Charles Beatty
Charles Beatty
 
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Charles Horace Gooderham house on Sherbourne at Selby St.
Charles Horace Gooderham house on Sherbourne at Selby St.
 
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Charles Horace Gooderham's home in Meadowvale
Charles Horace Gooderham's home in Meadowvale
 
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Charles Horace Gooderham's home on Sherbourne at Selby St.
Charles Horace Gooderham's home on Sherbourne at Selby St.
Now a historic building relocated to the far eastern edge of the property to make way for a new condominium
 
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Charlotte Louisa Worts Beatty
Charlotte Louisa Worts Beatty
Charlotte was the eldest daughter of James G and Sarah Worts. She married Wm H Beatty, and together they became significant figures in Toronto. Their residence was named "The Oaks", which was located on Queens Park Circle.
 
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Charlotte Wheeler Taylor Gooderham
Charlotte Wheeler Taylor Gooderham
 
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Clara Worts
Clara Worts
Clara Worts was the second child born to Sarah and James G Worts. Clara married Alfred Morgan Cosby and lived in Toronto.
 
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Closeup of birth dates in Sir Albert Edward Gooderham's Family 'Devotional'
Closeup of birth dates in Sir Albert Edward Gooderham's Family "Devotional"
 
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Closeup of dates of death written in Sir Albert Edward Gooderhams Family 'Devotional'
Closeup of dates of death written in Sir Albert Edward Gooderhams Family "Devotional"
 
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Club: Toronto Hunt
Club: Toronto Hunt
This is a composite or collage pasted together out of many individual photographs against a painted background. The JRR Catalogue attributes the photograph to Notman & Fraser but this one is signed Stanton and Vicars, Photo[graphers].

At the Toronto Hunt is a list identifying 45 people in the picture. They include James G. Worts and George Gooderham, who were Masters of Foxhounds for several years, as wells as James G. Worts Jr and Frederick Worts (possibly Thomas Frederick Worts b. 1857}, and also Mrs. Harriet Anne Leys, George Gooderham's daughter.
 
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Coat of Arms of the Bank of Toronto
Coat of Arms of the Bank of Toronto
The Bank of Toronto headquarters that was built at Bay and King had the Coat of Arms of the city of Toronto in the pediment.
 
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Coat of Arms of William George Gooderham
Coat of Arms of William George Gooderham
Granted to William George Gooderham of Alverthorpe in Rosedale in the city of Toronto and dominion of Canada on 9 August 1912. The grant is recorded at the College of Arms in the UK: reference Grants 81/245.

The coat of arms was granted for the use of the grantee and his descendants, and for that of the other descendants of his father, all according to the laws of arms. This is called an ‘extended limitation’, i.e. extended back by (in this case) one generation. That means male-line descendants – men and women, but male-line only (except in those circumstances when a coat of arms can pass in the female line as a quartering).

The coat of arms appears as follows: Helm (symbol of an esquire and gentleman): Black,topped with a black ridge from front to back emblazoned with 3 pairs of white stripes
Motto Scroll: Toujours En Avant (meaning "forever forward")
Arms: Two masted ship (symbolizing a remarkable expedition by sea) with 5 oars and 4 red flags surmounted by three wheat sheafs (symbol of a miller) on a blue (signifying truth and loyalty) background
Crest: A black raven (symbol of knowledge and divine providence) with wings spread standing atop a wheat sheaf lying horizontally on top of the helm
Mantling: a series of four leaves on either side (Ivy leaves symbolize strong and lasting friendship), alternating black and white, cascading down from the top of the helm to the midpoint of the arms.
Supporter: none
Compartment: none
 
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Comparing our homestead layout to Ordinance map
Comparing our homestead layout to Ordinance map
Our cousin Matt Ross compared the building layout from homestead photos to an 1884 Norfolk Ordinance map to pinpoint the location of the home where William, Ezekiel and Elizabeth grew up.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Connaught Farm and Laboratories
Connaught Farm and Laboratories
Contributed to the laboratory by Sir Albert. E. Gooderham
 

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