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Spanish Public Library collection

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30 cm of textual record and graphic material

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History Biographical: 

The first public library was established in Spanish in 1978. The Spanish Public Library offers a variety of services for the local community and travelling tourists. The library has an extensive children's section, access to high speed internet, fax machine, photocopier, and a wide range of books and magazines. The Spanish Public Library also sponsors the annual Spanish Easter egg hunt, which takes place on the Saturday before Easter.

Scope Content: 

Collection comprises material relating to Spanish Ontario, the residential schools which were located in Spanish, and the communities surrounding Spanish. Collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings and full issue newspapers.


Collection includes an oversize box of material.

Custodial History: 

Donated by the Spanish Public Library.

Access Restriction: 

Some restrictions may apply. Consult the Research & Archives Coordinator for more information.

Repro Restriction: 

Permission of the donor is required for reproduction where applicable. Residential School Centre staff must make reproductions. Reproductions are dependent on the fragility of the originals. Researchers must adhere to applicable copyright law and privacy legislation and permission of the copyright holder is required to publish from the fonds. For more information, please contact the Research & Archives Coordinator, Residential School Centre.


Basic conservation done during processing.

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