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Name Harrington, Albert
Born 09/12/1893
Birthplace Smith Falls, ON
Places of residence 18 Morris St.
Spouse Married August 14, 1918
Children Albert George born June 18, 1919
Leonard born April 22, 1922
Occupation Sept 12, 1916 employed at IMICO

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2010.2.23 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 10, 1965. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . There were then an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all th

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2010.2.21 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 6, 1963. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . There were then games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that t

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2010.2.4 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Fields Golf Club on May 13th, 1952. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by speeches by the Chairman, the reception of new member, and the presentation of the Quarter Century Award. This was followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and games. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.17 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 11, 1959. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the remarks by the members. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . Then there was an election of officers and finally there was games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.38 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 15, 1985. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.30 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at Steelworkers Hall on November 19, 1977. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.14 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on May 16, 1958. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman. To follow was the reception of new members and the presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . Games were then held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members

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2010.2.33 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 14, 1980. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.11 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 7th, 1956. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman. To follow were remarks by the members, the old and new versions of O Canada, and the entertainment provided by a soloist, accompanist, and an accordionist. Then came the election of officers and games were held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the ye

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2010.2.36 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 18, 1983. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.20 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 7, 1962. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by the old and new versions of O Canada and the entertainment . There were then games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members

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2010.2.26 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 13, 1968. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by entertainment . There was then an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became member

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2010.2.29 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at Steelworkers Hall on December 11, 1971. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.37 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 16, 1984. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.2 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Fields Golf Club on May 22nd, 1947. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with two toasts, one to "his gracious majesty" and the second to "the president of the U.S.A". The toasts were followed by speeches by the Chairman, remarks from members, and finally the old and new versions of O Canada. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.25 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Co-Op Hall on Speedvale Avenue, on December 15, 1967. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by entertainment . There was then an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became member

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2010.2.39 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Italian Canadian Club on November 14, 1986. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand side lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman and the reception of the new members and presentation of the Quarter Century Awards. Followed by an election of officers and games held to finish off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.3 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Inaugural Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Fields Golf Club on May 21st, 1948. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with two toasts, one to "his gracious majesty" and the second to "the president of the U.S.A". The toasts were followed by speeches by the Chairman, remarks from members, and finally the old and new versions of O Canada. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.9 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 2rd, 1955. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a speech by the Chairman. To follow were remarks by the members, the old and new versions of O Canada, and the entertainment . The election of officers and games finished off the night. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that they became members.

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2010.2.8 - Program

Program of the International Malleable Iron Company's Quarter Century Club Christmas Dinner. The dinner was at the Cutten Club, on December 3rd, 1954. Inside the program on the left hand side is listed the menu for the evening. The right hand sides lists the evening program beginning with the Blessing and then a toast to "her gracious majesty the Queen". The toast was followed by a moment of silence for a deceased member and speeches by the Chairman. To follow were remarks by the members, the old and new versions of O Canada, an accompanist presentation , and the election of officers. The night was finished off with games. The back of the program lists all the members and the years that th