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Key Man Developing SRIM, "Pop" Fotheringham, Dies
Publication
Chronicle-Journal, 21 Mar 1973
Description
Media Type
Newspaper
Description
former president of Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd. ; Morson S. (Pop) Fotheringham ; graduated in 1931 from University of Toronto ; mining engineeer ; began association with Steep Rock seven years later ; town of Atikokan developed under his guidance ; retirement in 1967 ; member, former director of Canadian and American Institutes of Mining and Metallurgy ; in 1971 received permanent miner's licence from Hon. Leo Bernier ; awarded International Nickel Company of Canada Ltd. platinum medal ; born in Quebec ; resided in Atikokan from 1937 until retirement ; wife Elizabeth
Notes
Full text available in Newspaper Clipping File
File subject: LF - Thunder Bay - Biography - Fotheringham, Morson S. (Pop)
Full text available on microfilm
Date of Publication
21 Mar 1973
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.4001 Longitude: -89.31683
Copyright Statement
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Contact
Thunder Bay Public Library
Email:reference@tbpl.ca
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Key Man Developing SRIM, "Pop" Fotheringham, Dies


former president of Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd. ; Morson S. (Pop) Fotheringham ; graduated in 1931 from University of Toronto ; mining engineeer ; began association with Steep Rock seven years later ; town of Atikokan developed under his guidance ; retirement in 1967 ; member, former director of Canadian and American Institutes of Mining and Metallurgy ; in 1971 received permanent miner's licence from Hon. Leo Bernier ; awarded International Nickel Company of Canada Ltd. platinum medal ; born in Quebec ; resided in Atikokan from 1937 until retirement ; wife Elizabeth