CA ON00034 1988.1.1
Burlington Spectator fonds
- 1986-1988 (Creation)
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(1986 - 1988)
The Burlington Spectator was published as a section of the Hamilton Spectator [Ontario, Canada] between 8 September 1986 and February 1988. Its launch on 8 September 1986 followed the takeover and closing of the Burlington Gazette which had been published since 1896. Originally published six days a week, the Burlington section began to appear less frequently. Its office at 534 Brant Street was closed in 1988 and remaining staff moved to the Spectator offices in Hamilton.
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Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Collection was donated to the Archives of the Burlington Historical Society by the Hamilton Spectator when the offices of the Burlington Spectator were closed in 1988.
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Scope and content
The collection consists of 107 photographs in a binder. Information about the photographs is hand-printed on the reverse. The photographers have not been identified. The subjects illustrated a number of “lifestyle” stories of local Burlington interest: community service organizations, awards, independent business owners, and cultural activities.
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The photographs are filed in archival sleeves within a binder.
The photographs have been scanned and are available through the Local History page shared with the Burlington Public Library.http://images.burlington.halinet.on.ca/
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