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Down House Mission Temperance Pledge Certificate, 1901


Description
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Certificates
Description:
This 1901 certificate documents Mr. G. Kenward's pledge to abstain from all intoxicating alcoholic drinks in the "Band of Hope" at Scotland's Down House Mission. It is dated May, 1901, and signed by the secretary or registrar H. J. Wood.

The temperance movement was a strong social force in the late 19th and 20th centuries, and this certificate indicates its presence in Scotland at the turn of the century.

This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have any historical items and are interested in helping preserve our county's history online? Contact the Paris Branch at (519) 442-2433 for more information.
Date of Publication:
May 1901
Subject(s):
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0168 Longitude: -80.36637
Donor:
Provided by Richard Shaver
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
Down House Mission Temperance Pledge, 1901, Richard Shaver Personal Collection
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Down House Mission Temperance Pledge Certificate, 1901


This 1901 certificate documents Mr. G. Kenward's pledge to abstain from all intoxicating alcoholic drinks in the "Band of Hope" at Scotland's Down House Mission. It is dated May, 1901, and signed by the secretary or registrar H. J. Wood.

The temperance movement was a strong social force in the late 19th and 20th centuries, and this certificate indicates its presence in Scotland at the turn of the century.

This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have any historical items and are interested in helping preserve our county's history online? Contact the Paris Branch at (519) 442-2433 for more information.