Penmans Imported Help Fares paid in 1910
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- This book documents the immigration costs for some of Penmans Limited's immigrant workers in 1910. For much of the early 20th century, Penmans actively solicited workers - primarily women - in England and throughout Canada and assisted them in immigrating to Canada in order to work in the Penmans clothing factories in Paris. The company would pay for their passage, which was treated as a loan; the workers were expected to repay this in installments.
This book contains the accounts of these workers, documenting what payments were received on what day in addition to the worker's names and the names of the ships on which they arrived.
This is the first book for the year 1910, and its numbering is continued by another book for that year. The second book is linked to on the right.
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- Penmans Employee Collection
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Latitude: 43.2 Longitude: -80.38333
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- Penmans Imported Help Fares, 1910, Penmans Employee Collection, 1999.8037.01, Paris Museum and Historical Society
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